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Thread: Linux & Seti




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    ANyone know which version of Seti@home to run with Linux Mandrake 9.1? I also want a Seti Driver type program, Am really Gnew to the Linux stuff so go easy on me :D Just got a system up and running with linux and wantto get seti running on it. help!!!!!:?:

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    i could tell you how to fun folding@home on linux ;)

    :cheers:
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    now that would take all the fun out of it, oh wait, you meant RUN folding, naaaa I like SETI, gotta find Wiggo's relo's, who knows when we do some of them might be Relo's of mine

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    There seem to be a few: i686-pc-linux-gnu:
    x86_64-pc-linux-gnu:
    alpha-unknown-linux-gnu:
    powerpc-unknown-linux-gnu:
    ppc64-ibm-linux2.4:
    sparc-unknown-linux-gnu:

    Some obviously are not what you're after. The first one looks like your best bet. The SETI@home page provides www.linux.org as a reference.

    Good luck!
    :-(

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    I think the 1st one is the one that I downloaded, but i guess its just my ignorance of Linux cause I cant seem to get it to run, i will just wait till there are some linux people here in seti that can help me out


    can yourun Seti Driver in Linux? if not what is a like program? if there isn't one (and I hope there is) how do i get seti to run? :D just happy to slowly get rid of windows!

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    i have no experience with SETI but i am trying anyways.
    first of all download the file ftp://alien.ssl.berkeley.edu/pub/set...-linux-gnu.tar

    have a look at Unix README on seti@home site.

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