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Message 85650 - Posted: 13 Mar 2005, 10:47:12 UTC

Why do messages say processed with version 4.09 when the gui properties (both) say version 4.13

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Message 85664 - Posted: 13 Mar 2005, 12:28:14 UTC

4.09 is the version of the seti science application. The current core client version is 4.25, 4.13 was about 3 versions ago. The versions are updated seperately since a change in one does not automatically mean a change in the other. Also a change in the seti app does not mean a change in the LHC app.
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Message 90522 - Posted: 24 Mar 2005, 21:22:04 UTC - in response to Message 85664.

> 4.09 is the version of the seti science application. The current core client
> version is 4.25, 4.13 was about 3 versions ago. The versions are updated
> seperately since a change in one does not automatically mean a change in the
> other. Also a change in the seti app does not mean a change in the LHC app.
>
I don't understand.

What is the LHC app?

Why did the gui client not update automatically? Was not this one of the reasons for change?

Further enquiry shows seti major version 3 and minor version 8 (in version.sah). how does this tie in?
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Message 90747 - Posted: 25 Mar 2005, 4:20:48 UTC - in response to Message 90522.

> What is the LHC app?
>
> Why did the gui client not update automatically? Was not this one of the
> reasons for change?
>
> Further enquiry shows seti major version 3 and minor version 8 (in
> version.sah). how does this tie in?
>
BOINC is more than just S@H. Since each of these projects is developed independently, there is no attempted coordination of version (except that the major version of everything must be the same or major trouble ensues).

S@H = SETI@Home - applicatons S@H with AP (AstroPulse) comming
PP@H or P@H = Protein Predictor @ Home - applications MFold and CharMM
CPDN = Climate Prediction.Net - only one application (possibly more in the future)
Pirates - about a dozen different applications
LHC = Large Hadron Collider - only one application.
Einstein - only one application.
BURP = Big Ugly Rendering Project (in Pre-Alpha) - don't know what applications there are.
Alpha = BOINC Alpha testers (by invitation only)

One of the future projects has about a dozen applications.

There are more comming. Join the ones that strike your fancy. Joining more than one will allow you to ride out outages better than a large queue.

There is a list here or in the left pane if you click my sig.
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