[RC5] Coordinating the use of the NT CLI and GUI Clients

Hoffbrinkle hoffer+ at pitt.edu
Thu Apr 1 14:13:28 EST 1999


    If you're going to use the CLI to crack blocks, why not just install it
as service so that it's running all the time?  Use the command:
rc5des -install

hoffer
----- Original Message -----
From: Robert A. Rosenberg
To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
Sent: Monday, March 29, 1999 2:51 PM
Subject: [RC5] Coordinating the use of the NT CLI and GUI Clients


I am currently using the Windows NT GUI RC5 Client. When/If I log off NT,
the client obviously gets stopped. I would like to have my machine continue
to crack keys while I'm not logged on. My question is if I can use the CLI
Client to run (using the same buff-in.rc5 file the GUI uses when running)
while no-one is logged onto my machine and have it terminate when a logon
is done so that the GUI Client can start-up and continue cracking from
where the CLI client left off (and vice a versa when the logoff is done and
the CLI fires up again to continue the work the GUI was doing).

If so, how do I set this up?

Thank you.


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