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Message 1508778 - Posted: 26 Apr 2014, 9:36:02 UTC

How to get advanced view in Ububtu 13.10


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Message 1510383 - Posted: 30 Apr 2014, 18:50:22 UTC

I installed Ubuntu server 12.04, on it i installed Seti. It can see the web page, the stats, etc... But it can't get any unit of work, so the machine is sleeping. This system is in a DMZ.
Can somebody help me? i'm pratically a newbie to linux.


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Message 1510661 - Posted: 1 May 2014, 7:44:37 UTC - in response to Message 1510383.  

Did you install boinc manage ? This program is needed and you have to add the seti project in it.


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Message 1510888 - Posted: 1 May 2014, 19:45:23 UTC - in response to Message 1510661.  

Yes, it's by that way that i open the home page and see ststistic , other machine , etc...
but no work unit want to bring to my system.
I did the installation 2 times.


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Message 1511044 - Posted: 2 May 2014, 0:52:47 UTC
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I am running Ubuntu 12.04 Desktop as a Virtual Machine on my SuSE Linux host. It has BOINC 7.2.42 installed and runs Test4Theory@home, which needs Virtual Box installed on it. I have no problem with it, but it has too many icons for my taste. It is being updated automatically.
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