[rc5] Is there going to be Personal Proxy for OS/2?
SHuffman at Atl.Carreker.Com
Tue Jul 1 09:40:09 EDT 1997
On Tue, 01 Jul 97 23:52:02 +1200, dan carter wrote:
>Does anybody know if there are any plans for the personal proxy to be
>implemented on the OS/2 platform?
>I could get many more machine cruching if this were developed.
I have several systems crunching even though only one has a TCP/IP connection. Here is how I do it.
Set up a shared network directory and install the client on it.
>From the connected PC run one block in that directory. I am not sure that this is necessary, but it served as a good test.
>From the connected PC reconfigure the client to run fifty blocks at a time.
Start the client on the connected PC. It will fetch fifty blocks and get to work.
Start the client on the non-connected PCs at the shared network drive. They will start crunching the stored pool of blocks.
>From the connected PC run -FLUSH and -FETCH on a regular basis. I use a REXX script to automate this. I will attach it to this message.
You are cranking.
PS Do this for Team Warped. Warped at ionet.net
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