[RC5] How can I get my clients to ONLY work on RC5?
jeffdl at mn.mediaone.net
Sun May 20 16:41:37 EDT 2001
You should put a :0 or =0 after OGR in dnetc.ini. The modified version
would then look like this:
I'm not quite sure why your linux computers don't work on ogr automatically.
I am guessing that the client thinks your computers aren't fast enough for
ogr, so it only works on rc5.
I find that a better way to configure the clients is by running
"dnetc -config". All the options are nicely expained and it is easy to use,
so you might try it sometime :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Billy Hutton" <huttonb at home.com>
To: <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Sunday, May 20, 2001 9:07 AM
Subject: [RC5] How can I get my clients to ONLY work on RC5?
> I have a modest rc5 network at home. It consists of four Linux boxes
> with old hardware, and one Windows 98 machine. My best number of blocks
> a day was almost 2,000. Yesterday it was only 73!
> I know update times and buffer content have a lot to do with a rate, and
> not too worried about tweaking those settings. What does concern me
> is that when my windows box is done with rc5, it starts working on OGR. I
> don't want to work on OGR. I don't care about OGR. I want my cpu cycles
> go to rc5! :)
> My Linux boxes have this in dnetc.ini, and not a trace of OGR in their
> Unfortunately, they're also my oldest, slowest computers, so when my '98
> quits doing OGR, it shows.
> Both configs look the same. How can I tell my '98 box to just work on
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