Tasks won't start on Raspbian

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Message 1870207 - Posted: 30 May 2017, 8:19:08 UTC
Last modified: 30 May 2017, 8:27:03 UTC

I installed boinc on my raspberry pi from apt-get and setup my account. When I run boinccmd --get_state i get the following:

   name: 
   master URL: http://setiathome.berkley.edu/
   user_name: 
   team_name: 
   resource share: 100.000000
   user_total_credit: 0.000000
   user_expavg_credit: 0.000000
   host_total_credit: 0.000000
   host_expavg_credit: 0.000000
   nrpc_failures: 2
   master_fetch_failures: 5
   master fetch pending: yes
   scheduler RPC pending: no
   trickle upload pending: no
   attached via Account Manager: no
   ended: no
   suspended via GUI: no
   don't request more work: no
   disk usage: 0.000000
   last RPC: Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970

   project files downloaded: 0.000000
   jobs succeeded: 0
   jobs failed: 0
   elapsed time: 0.000000
   cross-project ID: 

======== Applications ========

======== Application versions ========

======== Workunits ========

======== Tasks ========

======== Time stats ========
  now: 1496132288.718279
  on_frac: 0.997287
  connected_frac: -1.000000
  cpu_and_network_available_frac: 0.999839
  active_frac: 0.999839
  gpu_active_frac: 0.999839
  client_start_time: Tue May 30 02:17:10 2017

  previous_uptime: 902.323408
  session_active_duration: 26294.966810
  session_gpu_active_duration: 26294.966810
  total_start_time: Tue May 30 01:36:03 2017

  total_duration: 29454.157277
  total_active_duration: 28613.081910
  total_gpu_active_duration: 28613.081910



Also the pi won't show up in my seti@home profile. Did i not connect my account correctly or is the problem something else?
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Questions and Answers : Unix/Linux : Tasks won't start on Raspbian


 
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