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    I've seen screenys like the one below used by the Folding@home team members, but I could not find the source. So I decided to dig into it and finally found it at: Folding @ Home Stats.

    There is another Team stats page at: Folding@Work, but it is a bit limited. IMO.
    :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by elrado1
    I've seen screenys like the one below used by the Folding@home team members, but I could not find the source. So I decided to dig into it and finally found it at: Folding @ Home Stats.

    There is another Team stats page at: Folding@Work, but it is a bit limited. IMO.
    yes, us folding guys are all too familiar with those sites :)

    btw, you know you could have asked, I'd willingly part with the url's

    :cheers:
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    Quote Originally Posted by minibubba
    yes, us folding guys are all too familiar with those sites :)

    btw, you know you could have asked, I'd willingly part with the url's

    :cheers:
    Oh no, that would have been too easy. You know, the hunt is half the fun. You never know what you might learn along the way. Kind of like looking up a word in the dictionary. I often learn 3 or 4 new words on the way to finding the one I meant to look up. :wave:
    :-(

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    fair enough, too bad more people are not like that :)
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    I know. I've seen a lot of "Please do a search before starting a thread like this. This question has been answered several times already." or some such statement as that. : omg:
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    Here's a shot of my monster, 3 layers tall, runs Overclockix for the OS. I used 6-32 threaded rod,nuts, and plastic washers. 3 in a stack and 3 in box's for now.:cool::cheers:

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    Oyerclockix live CD.
    He's working on 2 new ISO's. The first is going to be Jollix, a Gentoo based LIVE cd, then a Knoppix 3.4(with the new kernel, jollix also)

    the Knoppix cd should be good for PXE netboot, ill keep ya posted.

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    very nice waynebot, very nice indeed :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by waynebot
    Here's a shot of my monster, 3 layers tall, runs Overclockix for the OS. I used 6-32 threaded rod,nuts, and plastic washers. 3 in a stack and 3 in box's for now.:cool::cheers:
    Ah. now I can see the pics. Looks good waynebot. What are the specs on the monster? Is this a diskless-boot? Do you really need the opticals? What mobo's, cpu's, mem, os? That kind of thing. Thanks.
    :-(

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    Yeah, hey no problem, specs:

    Motherboard= MSI KM4M-L x3
    Ram= Kingston 333, 256mb x3
    CPU= XP2500 x1, XP2800 x2
    CDRom= Liteon 52x x2, used slower x? x1
    PSU= no name 300w x3
    OS= Overclockix Live CD
    UPS= APU back-up 470w
    KVM= Zonet 4 port x1, Belkin 2 port

    Im not using netboot yet, i have the hardware, the mobo's have the boot ROM's, and the software is out there but i dont have the know-how to make it all work yet. That new ClusterKnoppix ISO may be just what im looking for whenever its ready.

    I like to use a KVM because i can go into the BIOS if i need to and i can check and see if anything is locked-up and stuff.

    The UPS is because no hdd, so if they go off they get wiped out.
    :cheers:

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