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Message 894646 - Posted: 14 May 2009, 17:24:32 UTC

Optimized Applications and Other Binaries - Read Only

There are several threads that offer links to various Optimized Applications and Other Binaries (Applications) for various platforms (computers/OS) to keep things running. Sometimes sorting through the various threads gets to be a bit much. At this time we are going to roll the various threads into One Read Only Thread and as the various Developers have something new it will be posted here. The Goal is to have one place to look that has the quick information for Seti Applications for Windows, Mac, Nix. What should be shown is the only the Latest Information by the various developers and other Helpful Links.

There are other message threads to ask specific questions or report problems.

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Message 894856 - Posted: 15 May 2009, 4:35:46 UTC

Hi Everyone!!!

Lunatics is pleased to announce an RSS Feed for New S@H Optimized Applications releases. Click and bookmark the link below to receive News via your browser or RSS reader & get the latest updates as they are announced.

Special Thanks!!! to John37309 @ Lunatics for the technical & coding help!

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Message 895058 - Posted: 15 May 2009, 19:22:29 UTC

At http://www.dotsch.de/seti are binaries for serveral platforms available :

- AIX (Power/PowerPC) : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27)

- Dragon Fly BSD i386 : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.28)

- FreeBSD Alpha : SETI Enhanced (5.15)
- FreeBSD i386 : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.28), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00
- FreeBSD SPARC : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (6.03)
- FreeBSD x64 : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.28), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00

- HPUX 10.20 (PARISC 32 Bit) : SETI Enhanced (5.15)
- HPUX 11.0 (PARISC 32+64 bit) : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27)
- HPUX 11i (PARISC 32 bit) : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27)
- HPUX 11i (PARISC 64 bit) : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.00
- HPUX 11i (Itanium IA64) : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27)

- IRIX : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27)

- Linux (Alpha) : SETI Enhanced (5.15)
- Linux (MIPS) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)
- Linux (HP PARISC) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)
- Linux (Itanium IA64) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00
- Linux (Power/PowerPC) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00
- Linux (PS3 SPE) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.00
- Linux (SPARC) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)
- Linux (zSeries/S390) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)

- MacOS 10.x (Intel) : Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00
- MacOS 10.x (PowerPC) : Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00

- NetBSD (i386) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00
- NetBSD (MIPS EL) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)
- NetBSD (PowerPC) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)
- NetBSD (x64) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00

- OpenBSD (Alpha) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (6.03)
- OpenBSD (i386) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00

- SCO UnixWare+Openserver (i386) : Howto for use Linux SETI applications

- Solaris (SPARC) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.00
- Solaris (SPARC) : Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00

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Message 895423 - Posted: 16 May 2009, 14:29:45 UTC - in response to Message 894853.

Optimized Astropulse 5.03 for Windows Updated 2.21.09 w/ new Application 5.03 version & revision r112
This is a REQUIRED UPGRADE if you are currently running optimized application 5.00, r69 or r103

Optimized Astropulse_v5 5.03 for LINUX 64 & 32 Bit, & Mac OSX (Intel) based computers
Updated 3.01.09 w/ new Application_v5 5.03 & revision r112
This is a REQUIRED UPGRADE & a TRANSITIONAL release if you are currently running optimized application 5.00, r69 or r103

Optimized Multi-Beam for Windows of Alex Kan's v8.0 Science App Release Updated 7.17.08 w/Win32 SSE
Optimized Multi-Beam for Windows of Crunch3r's 2.4V x32 MMX Intel & AMD Older release for MMX-limited Intel & AMD CPUs

Optimized Multi-Beam for LINUX of Alex Kan's v8.0 Science App Release
Optimized Multi-Beam for LINUX of Crunch3r's 2.4L x32 MMX Intel & AMD Older release for MMX-limited Intel & AMD CPUs

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Message 897286 - Posted: 20 May 2009, 16:15:43 UTC
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A collection of the available SETI application ports from the BOINC third party download site http://boinc.berkeley.edu/download_other.php :

SummoneR.mikrocomp.hu http://www.mikrocomp.hu/seti/
- OpenBSD (x64) : SETI Enhanced (5.15)

Yuri Dario http://web.os2power.com/yuri/SetiAtHome
- OS/2/ECOM Station : SETI Enhanced (5.13)

Tobias Neumann http://tobias-neumann.eu/boinc/
- OpenBSD PowerPC/Power : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.28)

Stefan Urbat http://www.lb.shuttle.de/apastron/boincDown.shtml
- Solaris x86 : SETI Enhanced (5.13)
- Solaris SPARC : SETI Enhanced (5.13)
- Solaris x64/AMD64 : SETI Enhanced (5.13)
- Obsolated versions of AIX, FreeBSD (Alpha+x86) , HPUX, Linux (Alpha, IA64, Linux PPC/Power, SPARC), NetBSD x86, OpenBSD x86. Newer version are available at http://www.dotsch.de/seti

Nekochan http://www.nekochan.net/nekoware/index.php?path=current
- Irix 6.5.x : SETI Enhanced (5.13)

Debian http://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=boinc-app-seti
- Linux on Alpha, AMD64, ARM, ARM Little Endian, HP PARISC, i386, ia64, MIPS, MIPS Little Endian, PowerPC, S390/zSeries, SPARC : SETI Enhanced 5.13
Available in the Debian .deb package format

FreeBSD http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/ports/astro/boinc-setiathome-enhanced
- FreeBSD i386 : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (6.03) and Astropulse 5.00
- FreeBSD x64 : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (6.03) and Astropulse 5.00
Available via the FreeBSD ports

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Message 897697 - Posted: 21 May 2009, 9:22:24 UTC - in response to Message 895058.
Last modified: 21 May 2009, 9:23:07 UTC

I've released a SETI@home Enhanced Mutlibeam application (6.03) for Solaris 10 x86 / OpenSolaris x86.
Also corrected wrong FreeBSD x64 applications in the list...

At http://www.dotsch.de/seti are binaries for serveral platforms available :

- AIX (Power/PowerPC) : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27)

- Dragon Fly BSD i386 : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.28)

- FreeBSD Alpha : SETI Enhanced (5.15)
- FreeBSD i386 : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.28), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00
- FreeBSD SPARC : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (6.03)

- HPUX 10.20 (PARISC 32 Bit) : SETI Enhanced (5.15)
- HPUX 11.0 (PARISC 32+64 bit) : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27)
- HPUX 11i (PARISC 32 bit) : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27)
- HPUX 11i (PARISC 64 bit) : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.00
- HPUX 11i (Itanium IA64) : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27)

- IRIX : SETI Enhanced Multibeam (5.27)

- Linux (Alpha) : SETI Enhanced (5.15)
- Linux (MIPS) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)
- Linux (HP PARISC) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)
- Linux (Itanium IA64) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00
- Linux (Power/PowerPC) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00
- Linux (PS3 SPE) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.00
- Linux (SPARC) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)
- Linux (zSeries/S390) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)

- MacOS 10.x (Intel) : Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00
- MacOS 10.x (PowerPC) : Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00

- NetBSD (i386) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00
- NetBSD (MIPS EL) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)
- NetBSD (PowerPC) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27)
- NetBSD (x64) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00

- OpenBSD (Alpha) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (6.03)
- OpenBSD (i386) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00

- SCO UnixWare+Openserver (i386) : Howto for use Linux SETI applications

- Solaris (SPARC) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (5.27), Astropulse 5.00
- Solaris (x86) : SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam (6.03), Astropulse 5.03 and 5.00

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Message 901470 - Posted: 30 May 2009, 9:20:28 UTC
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I have released Astropulse 5.03 applications for FreeBSD x64/AMD64 and OpenBSD x64/AMD64.
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Message 903878 - Posted: 5 Jun 2009, 5:13:47 UTC

I've released a SETI@home Enhanced Mutlibeam application (6.03) for FreeBSD on IA64(Itainum)

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Message 910814 - Posted: 24 Jun 2009, 19:08:15 UTC

I have released a Astropulse 5.05 application for MacOS Intel and PPC.

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Message 918480 - Posted: 16 Jul 2009, 16:38:18 UTC

Optimized AstroPulse 5.05 for Windows
Updated 7.15.09 w/ new Application 5.05 version & revision r168

More information available at Lunatics HERE

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Message 918553 - Posted: 16 Jul 2009, 22:19:20 UTC
Last modified: 16 Jul 2009, 22:24:53 UTC

Lunatics Unified Installer for Windows v0.2
Three Windows OS specific editions available now at Lunatics

This release is designed to install optimised Seti@Home applications on your Windows PC, that already has Boinc installed, is attached to, and is processing work for the Seti@Home project.

These installers are specifically designed to minimise the effort, confusion and difficulty sometimes encountered with installing Lunatics' third party optimised applications for Seti@Home, while not impeding further customisation & enhancements.

Choose From 3 editions.

Lunatics welcomes your comments and suggestions as to current ease, difficulty, functionality, and suggested improvements for future versions.
Please feel free to post here on the boards or @ Seti Main Number Crunching board.

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Message 934199 - Posted: 18 Sep 2009, 4:42:25 UTC

Optimized AstroPulse_v5 5.06 for Linux 64 & 32 Bit OS
Updated 9.17.09 w/ new Application_v5 5.06 & revision r168

Five Linux OS specific editions available now at Lunatics.

Hi Everyone,

A SETI@Home AstroPulse optimized application for Linux has been released.

This release offers significantly improved performance for SSE, SSE2 & SSE3 capable computers running 64 and 32 Bit versions of Linux.

Thanks to Urs Echternacht!!! for his Linux port of r168 by Jason G & Raistmer.

Special thanks once again go to Josef W. Segur, Sunu, the Alpha Testers, & all the Lunatics members who performed final Beta testing for their expertise, input & assistance.

To all of you we value your input and would like to hear from you at Lunatics'

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Message 945695 - Posted: 7 Nov 2009, 16:49:09 UTC

HYBRID ATI GPU/CPU Optimized AstroPulse_v505 5.05 for Windows OS (r280)
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Hi Everyone,

A SETI@Home AstroPulse optimized application for Windows has been released for use w/ HYBRID ATI GPU and CPU hardware.

This build uses ATI GPU as coprocessor to perform some part of AstroPulse algorithm on GPU instead of CPU. This will free CPU for other tasks.

Thanks to Raistmer for introducing a new ATI GPU-compatible optimized application.

Special thanks go to Jason G and Josef W. Segur for app features, algorithm discussions and useful hints, alpha testers: Arnulf, arkayn, heinz and Urs Echternacht for early spot of some app issues and useful comments about app behaviour, Gipsel for sharing some MW design approaches about sharing GPU between apps and all beta testers who tried app usability on their hosts.

To all of you we value your input and would like to hear from you at Lunatics'

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Message 947158 - Posted: 14 Nov 2009, 13:10:11 UTC

I've released a SETI@home Enhanced Mutlibeam application (6.03) for Linux MIPS EL (Little Endian).

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Message 949758 - Posted: 25 Nov 2009, 18:54:22 UTC

I have released a Astropulse 5.06 binary for HPUX on PARISC 2.0 (64 Bit).

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Message 952293 - Posted: 4 Dec 2009, 11:47:03 UTC

I have released a Astropulse 5.06 binary for Linux on IA64 and Power/PowerPC/Power64/PowerPC64 and PS3 (as PPE only application with not ideal performance).

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Message 953558 - Posted: 10 Dec 2009, 8:32:39 UTC

I've released Astropulse 5.06 binaries for MacOS 10.4x and 10.5.x on Intel and PowerPC.

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Message 969998 - Posted: 12 Feb 2010, 14:50:52 UTC

Optimized AstroPulse_v505 5.06 for OSX (Intel) x64 & x32 OS & FreeBSD x64 OS
Updated 2.10.09 w/ new Application_v505 5.06 & revision r237 available now at: Lunatics

Hi Everyone,

SETI@Home AstroPulse optimized applications for Mac OSX (Intel) and FreeBSD (Intel/AMD) have been released.
This release offers significantly improved performance for computers running 64 and 32 bit versions of Mac OSX and 64 bit versions of FreeBSD.

Thanks to Urs Echternacht for updated source improvements and porting to FreeBSD and OSX, derived from original r112 by Crunch3r, Jason G & Raistmer.

Special thanks once again go to zvonas for motivating the FreeBSD builds, Arkayn and Gecko_R7 for OSX alpha testing & all the Lunatics members who performed final Beta testing, for their expertise, input & assistance.

To all of you we value your input and would like to hear from you at Lunatics'

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Message 971194 - Posted: 18 Feb 2010, 14:28:40 UTC

REPOST from older thread.

Linux x32 & x64 Multibeam applications and x64 Multibeam_CUDA aps are hosted at below links on Crunch3r's site
NOTE: x32_Multibeam_ CUDA ap link is dead & was withdrawn due to unresolved bugs/issues.

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Message 1029335 - Posted: 28 Aug 2010, 22:44:36 UTC
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Updated Unified Installers, v0.37 for Windows are at:
http://lunatics.kwsn.net/index.php?module=Downloads;catd=9

For Windows 32 & 64 bit (Nt/XP/Vista/Win7, x86 & x64 versions), changes since last release (v0.36) are:


- Fermi compatible Cuda 3.0 build introduced. Supports all Cuda enabled GPUs (theoretically)
- Slightly lowered video RAM Usage. Should run more happliy on integrated GPUs and lower VRAM cards.
- Minimum driver version 197.13+ (256+ series recommended, Current 258.96 WHQL driver highly reommended )
- V12 builds (both VLARKill & noKill) are deprecated.
- reduced susceptibility to '-12' errors over all prior releases (stock & opt). They still occur, but fairly rarely.
- Some mild Fermi optimisations applied. The reliability and performance make this the currently recomended build for Fermi.
- Some internal restructuring & testing of experimental code, applicable to future optimisation (All Cuda GPUs)

For Windows 98/ME:
- No changes. nVidia does not support Cuda on these operating systems, so no changes are applicable. Installer revision remains at last release 0.36.

WARNINGS:
- As always USE at YOUR OWN RISK, and 'Your mileage may vary'
- A Cuda Installation will install application support for 6.08(cuda), 6.09(cuda23) , and 6.10(cuda_fermi) app_versions. Which one Boinc actually chooses to mark yourr work doesn't matter, the tasks are all the same. Unlike stock, this build is intended to run on a wide range of hardware, so all versions are the same. This has consequences if your current tasks cache is marked with something other than any of the 3 stock standard version/plan_class labels, in that you would need to drain your cache first, to avoid losing work.

- Though not 'essential', <flops> app_info entries are highly 'recommended', but this installer doesn't put them in. We haven't come up with a good way for the installer to do this automatically yet, but when we do you can be sure there'll be another installer update.

Known Issues:
- Not Comaptible with Marius' Rescheduler 1.9. It is recommended to either stop rescheduling (due to server changes) or use Fred's variant which allows prevention of '-177' errors. Those errors are a feature of server side changes to the way task elapsed tiimes are estimated, rather than internal to the science application. Fred's variant has some support to prevent these errors if they become a problem for you.

FAQ -
- Todo (Keep this post bookmarked)
- Will be added here as your questions arise, so please check back to see if your issues have been answered.
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