[RC5] seti project - MAKE IT STOP!
logan at pt.lu
Fri May 21 11:45:10 EDT 1999
I agree that there's too much seti-specific chat, but can we still continue
to include anything that relates to how to run combinations of rc5, seti and
others such as prime95 etc on the same machine as this has to be a
significant requirement for d.net if it is to compete with the seti's.
From: Tom Cooper <tom_cooper at bigfoot.com>
To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Date: Thursday, May 20, 1999 5:56 PM
Subject: Re: [RC5] seti project - MAKE IT STOP!
>Sorry to sound an alarm based on Paul's particular message, but I'm
>involved in RC5 project. Since SETI at home is not of any interest to me, I'd
>appreciate it if SETI at home-specific info could be moved off of this list.
>Thank you for your cooperation...
>>From: Paul Benjamin [mailto:pben at pobox.com]
>>Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 1999 1:30 PM
>>To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
>>Subject: Re: [RC5] seti project
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>>They had a discussion on slashdot.org about the SETI at home and someone
>>there said that the windows client uses Direct 3D for drawing the
>>graph across the bottom half of the screen. If that is true that is
>>why it is spending so much time in the kernel of NT.
>>I also found that the windows client of SETI is a poor background
>>task. That is odd because the Linux client goes unoticed by me once I
>>added some more memory. The windows client is much slower also. I
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