1) Message boards : Multicore CPUs : I got a "redundant result" many days ago and since then it doesn't process anything (Message 8872)
Posted 1944 days ago by ayla_y_osezno_
Hi Osezno_,

it seems you are getting WUs now.
Let us know if there are problems and thanks again,
T

Yeah, that seems.

I gotta another "redundant", and a very short WU. While current will take (according to the task manager, which is pretty unreliable) more than 100h.

571219 405687 23 Apr 2009 22:12:16 UTC 24 Apr 2009 1:53:33 UTC Over Success Done 7,857.26 326.35 326.35
564718 402424 23 Apr 2009 22:49:15 UTC 24 Apr 2009 11:54:54 UTC Over Redundant result Cancelled by server 47,139.00 45.07 --

Regards and thanks for your interest

osezno_
2) Message boards : Multicore CPUs : I got a "redundant result" many days ago and since then it doesn't process anything (Message 8757)
Posted 1946 days ago by ayla_y_osezno_
Hi, all

I installed YDL and it started working perfectly from day one.

Until I got a "redundant result":
257000 191828 16 Apr 2009 23:01:14 UTC 21 Apr 2009 3:35:17 UTC Over Redundant result Cancelled by server 0.00 --- ---

I understand a "redundant result" is a decision from the server to withdraw a given task for whatever reason (perhaps it's no longer useful or even incorrect), that is, that it hadn't anaything to do with me.

The problem is that, since then, it hasn't downloaded or processed anything. Internet connectivity seems to work correctly from the console (Firefox). I tried "retry communications" many time, to no avail.

This is my page:

http://www.gpugrid.net/results.php?hostid=31702

Any clue?

Thanks

Osezno_
3) Message boards : Multicore CPUs : Changing resolv.conf in pendrive installation (Message 8387)
Posted 1955 days ago by ayla_y_osezno_
I fianlly installed YDL. Not so hard, after all (though I took many attempts, because I burnt the DVD incorrectly the first time).

My PSĀ· y crunching OK now (well, not considering these days the project seems to have halted)

Thanks
4) Message boards : Multicore CPUs : Changing resolv.conf in pendrive installation (Message 7963)
Posted 1970 days ago by ayla_y_osezno_
Hi,

I know nothing about linux, so I went for pendrive solution.

I got it all right (in several attempts) and now it can't connect to the internet.

The problem is my router doesn't act as DNS server, I rather type in DNS servers in TCP/IP in my computers at home. (Most likely I don't know how to configure the router correctly)

In either case, I need to tell linux where to look for DNS, and, after a long while googling, I found that I need to include them in etc/resolv.conf

The problem is I can't save the modifications because it says I don't have enough pormissions to do it.

I guess I need to login as root (sure?)(how should I do it? which is the password?) or perhaps I can edit the pendrive from another non-linux i.e. Windows computer (how?)

Regards

Osezno_