HELP PLEASE BOINC WONT CONNECT

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Message 749480 - Posted: 7 May 2008, 15:45:36 UTC

ubuntu 8.04
boinc from stock repository
celeron 2.8 ghz
1 gig ddr.


i just cant get it to connect, so that i can attach a project. am i missing something?


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Message 750366 - Posted: 9 May 2008, 10:18:50 UTC - in response to Message 749480.

ubuntu 8.04
boinc from stock repository
celeron 2.8 ghz
1 gig ddr.


i just cant get it to connect, so that i can attach a project. am i missing something?


thanks shane


Can you ping the berkeley site, and get a response, then try the project servers (IP address at the end of this message) can your system find them in DNS?, can you find your own local ISP?. you may need to make entries in your local "hosts" file to point to the berkeley servers so you can locate the setiboinc.ssl.berkeley.edu server and the boinc2.ssl.berkeley.edu these are from memory 208.68.240.16 and 208.68.240.13 but you better do a ping and make sure its been quite a while since I setup my hosts file

is your firewall stopping you
do you have "permissions" set so you can run the apps in the folder... I seem to remember ubuntu likes to lock users down to minimal operational levels.

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Message 759436 - Posted: 27 May 2008, 16:13:36 UTC

I have the same issue.

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p4 3ghz
1.5 gig ddr
boinc from seti download page, v5.10.45

I can't get the boinc manager to connect to localhost.

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Message 759497 - Posted: 27 May 2008, 21:35:52 UTC

What error message do you get ?
Have you started the BOINC client with the option "--allow_remote_gui_rpc" ?
Is a password set in gui_rpc_auth.cfg ?
Have you started the BOINC manager from the same directory, where the BOINC client is located ?


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Message 759926 - Posted: 28 May 2008, 15:42:12 UTC - in response to Message 759436.

I have the same issue.

FC8
p4 3ghz
1.5 gig ddr
boinc from seti download page, v5.10.45

I can't get the boinc manager to connect to localhost.

Keith


Try this as root:
xhost +localhost

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Message 783864 - Posted: 18 Jul 2008, 11:42:54 UTC

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I have the following problem when running the boing client:

Authorization failed connecting to running client.
Make sure you start this program in the same directory as the client.
What is the problem?

TIA
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Message 783949 - Posted: 18 Jul 2008, 15:40:45 UTC - in response to Message 783864.

Authorization failed connecting to running client.
Make sure you start this program in the same directory as the client.
What is the problem?

Excatly what the error message say. do a "cd" in the directory where the BOINC client is installed and then start the BOINC manager.

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Message 808650 - Posted: 15 Sep 2008, 22:22:29 UTC

I have almost the same problem.It says BOINC manager is not able to connect to a BOINC client
Would you like to try to connect again?

I just don't understand it,My BOINC manager won't connect up.


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