V10 of modified SETI MB CUDA + opt AP package for full multi-GPU+CPU use

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Message 893169 - Posted: 9 May 2009, 21:17:34 UTC - in response to Message 893166.  
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"team" packs (V10 included) became obsolete now. To simplify life for users who can't read whole this thread to stay tuned with latest changes (not too latest already though, BOINC 6.6.20 exists as recommended version more than month already AFAIK) I ask moderators to lock this thread.
All my own support of "teamed" packs now ceased (until I get some example why "teamed" pack should be used instead of BOINC 6.6.20 native GPU scheduling at least)

"teamed" packs were temporary solution and well served their aim during lifespan. But now this period is over.

What should be used instead:
1) BOINC 6.6.20
2) latest CUDA MB build (can be found in this thread and will be posted in new thread devoted optimized CUDA MultiBeam app).
3) appropriate app_info.xml
some examples can be found in this thread: http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=52589

2) and 3) could be replaced by using Jason's Lunatics installer (currently in beta stage, can be found in beta area of this forum: http://lunatics.kwsn.net/installer-testing/index.0.html )

What should not be used
1) ncpus field in cc_config.xml
2) app_info.xml supplied with obsolete "team" packs.
3) "teamed" modification of AK_v8 (was part of "team" packs).
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