[RC5] Hiding the client

Arne Heizmann ajh65 at hermes.cam.ac.uk
Wed Jan 10 12:11:18 EST 2001


> >I have a question: If I hide the client (-quiet or -hide option), why is
> >there no command line option that shows it? Why do I have to shut it down
> >and then restart it to see the window? Sometimes I would just like to look
> >at the keyrate after I have heavily used the computer or something.
> >Currently I have to remember to have it running visibly while I use the
> >computer in order to be able to see the keyrate afterwards.
> You could just look at the tail end of the log file to see what the
> client's been doing recently.

Hm, I've never used a logfile. Doesn't that reduce the client's overall
speed?

Arne

--
To unsubscribe, send 'unsubscribe rc5' to majordomo at lists.distributed.net
rc5-digest subscribers replace rc5 with rc5-digest



More information about the rc5 mailing list