I would just like to see it work

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Message 4961 - Posted: 7 Jul 2004, 10:31:01 UTC

I would just like to see the servers up and working. I have been able to get 3 wu from day 1 on this. I had 3 machines running beta and went to 3.19 when it came out and have not been able to log on with 2 machines. The one that did get in got 3 wu. If this is the way boinc works guess i'm out of here. I have better things to do with my time than this. I've been working seti from Nov 1999, and have 11 machines running 24/7. Just not very happy with the poor planning on this. It would help if it would do something but be down for maintance.
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Message 5162 - Posted: 8 Jul 2004, 5:31:56 UTC

If you've been running beta, then you should know this isn't how it's supposed to work.

If you feel it's a waste of time, then stop. I'm willing to give it the benefit of the doubt. And witnessing that beta was running fairly well, I believe it'll shape up, so I'm sticking with it.

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Message 5273 - Posted: 8 Jul 2004, 14:14:10 UTC

everything is working now.... It took me 4 days to get my first wu but sine then I havent had any problems. just be patient and remember you are competing with 5 million other users, many with multiple machines. make sure your pref's are set high enough to download some wu's as well!!!
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