[HARDWARE] But why?
pksugar at otenet.gr
Fri Sep 4 01:15:24 EDT 1998
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From: Phillip Chambers <pj.technology at virgin.net>
To: hardware at lists.distributed.net <hardware at lists.distributed.net>
Date: Πέμπτη, 3 Σεπτεμβρίου 1998 1:42 πμ
Subject: Re: [HARDWARE] But why?
>That's a interesting theory...the only thing I've noticed is that my old
>file works and updates with the 2.71 client, but freshly installed versions
>of it as you've all said won't generate logs - no graph :o(
>However - e-mail logs seem to work fine...!
>Phil Chambers, UK
>From: PANTHERS95 at aol.com <PANTHERS95 at aol.com>
>To: hardware at lists.distributed.net <hardware at lists.distributed.net>
>Date: 02 September 1998 20:25
>Subject: Re: [HARDWARE] But why?
>>>My win32 GUI client says when I'm trying to view keyrate graph that it
>>not load >any data for graphing. but why the client can read data from the
>>>My Question is why it cant produce graph?
>>>how much completed block data does it wants to show graph?
>>I think this has to do with the comma in the reported key per second that
>>added in the 2.7100.416 client.
>>[Sep 01 18:46:25 GMT] Completed RC5 block 716BDB9A:D0000000 (805306368
>>[Sep 01 18:46:25 GMT] 0.00:20:47.42 - [645,577.56 keys/sec]
>> There it
>>I do not think it is in previous clients. This may cause the client to
>>recognize the figures.
>>Hope I helped,
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