[RC5] FW: Supressing distributed.net client Output window.

distributed at rharmsen.nl distributed at rharmsen.nl
Tue Sep 30 04:25:26 EDT 2008


 
It doesn't have to do with the dnetc program, but rather how Microsoft handels dos stuff in windows.

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Onderwerp: Re: [RC5] Supressing distributed.net client Output window.

Have you tried running dnetc.com, rather than .exe?

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[mailto:rc5-bounces+thejet=gmail.com at lists.distributed.net] On Behalf Of Philippe Faure
Sent: Monday, September 29, 2008 8:31 PM
To: D.net Discussion; Mike Reiprich
Subject: Re: [RC5] Supressing distributed.net client Output window.

Thanks Mike,

I see what you are doing.  You are sending the output screen to "another user" which isn't logged in.  Which would have the effect of  
not appearing on your screen.  I believe that that will work for me.   
will give it a try.

Thanks for the suggestion.  It would be nice to have it hidden completely with the command line option, but I guess not.

Philippe



Quoting "Mike Reiprich" <reiprim at hotmail.com>:

> I have a fairly similar command in a .bat file.  If I run the file
manually,
> I get the 15 second window as you mention.  However, I run the bat 
> file several times a day in a scheduled task and get no screen output.  
> The scheduled task runs as a different user than the one I am logged in as.
> Hope this may be an option for you?
>
> Gus
> Team Monkey Up
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Philippe Faure" <philippe at faure.ca>
> To: "D.net Discussion" <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
> Sent: Monday, September 29, 2008 1:58 PM
> Subject: [RC5] Supressing distributed.net client Output window.
>
>
>> I am running a dos script that runs force_unlock to make sure that 
>> all buffers are available to be used by my clients.
>>
>> Every time the script runs, it opens up the distributed.net client 
>> window for 15 seconds. then closes and then opens a new window for 
>> the next buffer.
>>
>> I was wondering I was wondering if there was a way to avoid that 
>> output window from opening? I am outputing the results to a log file 
>> already, so it isn't showing me anything.
>>
>> I have tried to use the -quiet and -hide parameters, but that doesn't 
>> help.  Here is the command that I am running.
>>
>> dnetc.exe -forceunlock buff-in.r72 -l forced_unlock.txt
>>
>> thank you
>>
>> Philippe
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