[RC5] Who cracked that block ??

Christopher Hodson (Consultant) cmh at fpk.hp.com
Wed Jul 8 12:08:22 EDT 1998


Bruce D. Meyer wrote:
> 
> Ok, here I go again, mis-understanding things. I set up several computers
> all using wingui clients. Then I set up a server using a pproxy. In order to
> be able view the keyrate graph and all, and also to see the various email
> messages. My concept was that only the pproxy got my email address. Each
> client got the local network email address. (No dot com or anything. ) So my
> scanning workstation name is 'scanner' , it had 'scanner' as it's email
> address, because that is the machine that the blocks were cracked on (when I
> send email to that machine, I address it as scanner, I address my self on
> the local net as bmeyer, not bmeyer at rocsoft.net.) So what you're telling me,
> is that all those blocks on all those different machines are not being
> credited to my email address? (The pproxy email address?) This would mean
> that every machine needs to have my email address in the setup, or I don't
> get credit for it. In this case, someone is getting a lot of free, unclaimed
> blocks. (Where do these mystery blocks go anyway? I lost a full days worth
> of about 600 blocks a week or two ago due to a screw up on my config file)
>         Bruce D. Meyer

http://rc5stats.distributed.net/cgi/emsummary.idc?EM=scanner

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Christopher M. Hodson
System Admin (Consultant)
Hewlett Packard Engineering Services Group
cmh at fpk.hp.com
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