boinccmd raspberry pi and major headaches

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Message 2032720 - Posted: 16 Feb 2020, 22:33:14 UTC

I've recently setup a few of my no longer in use single board computers to do seti@home work. They are all working headless and I converse with them via ssh. I have one raspberry pi 3 that I overclocked and had working until the sd card dies. After I reinstalled everything no matter what options I try with boinccmd I can't seem to get any work? Is there a way to maybe present this device as a totally new machine and get some work?
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Message 2032925 - Posted: 18 Feb 2020, 23:39:09 UTC

Issue finally discovered. The sd card the os was on normally resizes itself to utilize the entire space. Unfortunately it didn't this time causing me days of searching for an answer. Not enough storage.
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