[rc5] Client configuration question

Glen Mcbride Glen_Mcbride at BayNetworks.COM
Fri Oct 24 14:25:17 EDT 1997


You could use "-runoffline" until your next connection session. I use this successfully with my home PC which connects once every 2-3 days.

Glen

At 19:41 23/10/97 -0700, you wrote:
>I am connecting through an ISP, so most of my keycracking is happening
>off-line. I would like to configure the client to report completed blocks
>when I go on-line and retain enough blocks to continue working off-line for
>12 hours.
>
>I have tried various threshold settings (10:2, 2:2...) but the client
>doesn't seem to be inclined to report until the lower limit has been
>exceeded. No problem there, but it stops checking keys when the lower
>boundary is crossed regardless of how many blocks are left in the 'in' cache
>file. I might be missing something here. Can anyone help me understand this?
>TIA.
>
>- Jim Ewald
>
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