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Posted 2008-09-13, 09:59 AM in reply to Xenn's post starting "I'm trying to run it as I leave my..."
Bump! We're in 28,665th place out of 141,248. We need to get into the top 100 for it to significantly help Zelaron's popularity, so keep curing diseases with your computers and PS3's!
"Stephen Wolfram is the creator of Mathematica and is widely regarded as the most important innovator in scientific and technical computing today." - Stephen Wolfram

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Posted 2008-09-14, 01:24 AM in reply to Chruser's post starting "Bump! We're in 28,665th place..."
Haha, we need 29 million to crack the top 100. We have about 5500.
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Posted 2008-10-11, 08:59 PM in reply to Xenn's post starting "Haha, we need 29 million to crack the..."
Bump: Start folding people!
 
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疲れていますから 寝むってありますね。 むずかしいです。 また、ケーキ屋で ケーキを食べていました。

I've considered being a translator, but I dunno. It feels like a lot of work. If someone gets angry then I have to deal with it, you know? I'd rather just relax.

 
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Posted 2008-10-11, 09:08 PM in reply to Goodlookinguy's post starting "Bump: Start folding people!"
I tried it and got lost somewhere so gave up.
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Posted 2008-10-11, 09:18 PM in reply to Kazilla's post starting "I tried it and got lost somewhere so..."
Well, I guess I started folding. Hope it doesn't take up too much RAM, don't want my laptop running slowly as a result.
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Posted 2008-10-12, 05:56 PM in reply to Goodlookinguy's post starting "Bump: Start folding people!"
Can't do it at Uni - can't get my PS3 past the block, which is a bitch, and any heavy usage of intarwebs gets one blocked (I got a warning for uploading a gig of videos to Facebook!).
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Posted 2008-10-12, 08:19 PM in reply to Lenny's post starting "Can't do it at Uni - can't get my PS3..."
So far, Zelaron's folding team consists of:

Chruser
GoodLookingGuy
Spector
Xenn
And yours truly

We need more peoples!
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Posted 2008-10-13, 04:31 PM in reply to Wallow's post starting "So far, Zelaron's folding team consists..."
I am trying to get my comp to do it but can't find out if it is working. I don't think I am even connecting.
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Posted 2008-10-13, 04:35 PM in reply to Asamin's post starting "I am trying to get my comp to do it but..."
I'll start running the program again in a week or so; I'm having computer-related problems at the moment.
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Posted 2008-10-13, 05:59 PM in reply to Chruser's post starting "I'll start running the program again in..."
I seem to not be able to connect. All it does is say "(Auto-start)"
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Posted 2008-10-14, 02:33 PM in reply to Asamin's post starting "I seem to not be able to connect. All..."
Sorry, I would like to join but my comp won't connect and it is making my comp lag like there is no get out. I couldn't even force quit D2.
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Posted 2008-10-17, 02:31 PM in reply to Asamin's post starting "Sorry, I would like to join but my comp..."
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Sorry, I would like to join but my comp won't connect and it is making my comp lag like there is no get out. I couldn't even force quit D2.

That's strange. Is CPU or memory usage causing your computer to lag? The CPU usage should be adjusted automatically to prevent problems. I'm running Folding@home on a Windows XP system at the moment, and only 60 MB of RAM has been assigned to the program.

I'm setting up an old 2.4 GHz Ubuntu system to run Folding@home as well. Join the Zelaron team, guys!
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Posted 2008-10-17, 04:50 PM in reply to Chruser's post starting "That's strange. Is CPU or memory usage..."
My second Folding@home client is up. Soon I'll be in the lead yet again.

Zelaron folding statistics:

Active CPUs within 50 days: 3
Grand Score: 8721
Work Unit Count: 44
Team Ranking (incl. aggregate): 25767 of 145102


Rank (within team)UserScoreWork Units
1Goodlookinguy510728
2Xenn265711
3Zelaron9104
4Wallow471
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Posted 2008-10-17, 05:27 PM in reply to Chruser's post starting "My second Folding@home client is up...."
Dang I suck. I guess I need to fold some more. Yet the experiments never end and I usually turn off my computer before they're finished.

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Posted 2008-10-18, 12:13 AM in reply to Chruser's post starting "My second Folding@home client is up...."
Chruser said: [Goto]
Rank (within team)UserScoreWork Units
1Goodlookinguy510728
2Xenn265711
3Zelaron9104
4Wallow471

Wow, I didn't know about that bbcode.

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Soon I'll be in the lead yet again.

Sorry, but I doubt that. I'll get my PS3, and other three computers started.
 
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疲れていますから 寝むってありますね。 むずかしいです。 また、ケーキ屋で ケーキを食べていました。

I've considered being a translator, but I dunno. It feels like a lot of work. If someone gets angry then I have to deal with it, you know? I'd rather just relax.

 
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#02 Trigun {Maximum}
#03 Koi Kaze
#04 Berserk
#05 Outlaw Star
#06 Slayers
#07 Desert Punk
#08 Spirited Away
#09 Fullmetal Alchemist
#10 Shakugan no Shana
#11 Death Note
#12 FLCL
#13 Tokyo Magnitude 8.0
#14 Toradora
#15 Gunslinger Girl

 
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Posted 2008-10-18, 07:01 AM in reply to Goodlookinguy's post starting "Wow, I didn't know about that bbcode. ..."
I am still trying to get one started
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Posted 2008-10-19, 07:37 PM in reply to Asamin's post starting "I am still trying to get one started :p"
Dangit, each simulation takes like 36 hours! I had my computer turned on for almost all of Sunday, and it progressed to only a little bit above 1/3 of the simulation. I wish there was a save button so I could restart a simulation I stopped a previous day.
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Posted 2008-10-22, 06:45 PM in reply to Wallow's post starting "Dangit, each simulation takes like 36..."
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Dangit, each simulation takes like 36 hours! I had my computer turned on for almost all of Sunday, and it progressed to only a little bit above 1/3 of the simulation. I wish there was a save button so I could restart a simulation I stopped a previous day.

It should resume on its own once you start it up the next time.

Anyway, it's time for another update!


Zelaron folding statistics:

Active CPUs within 50 days: 4
Grand Score: 9983
Work Unit Count: 49
Team Ranking (incl. aggregate): 24762 of 145102


Rank (within team)UserScoreWork Units
1Goodlookinguy596131
2Xenn265711
3Zelaron13186
4Wallow471


GLG has completed an additional 3 work units while I have completed another 2 since the last update. No-one else on the Zelaron team has contributed with work units since then.

We have also gained 1005 positions on the ranking ladder.


Perhaps this will be updated automatically:

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Posted 2008-10-22, 08:19 PM in reply to Chruser's post starting "It should resume on its own once you..."
It's statistically impossible, given our current (or even projected) rate of progress, to get to a high rank.
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Posted 2008-10-23, 01:31 AM in reply to Xenn's post starting "It's statistically impossible, given..."
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It's statistically impossible, given our current (or even projected) rate of progress, to get to a high rank.

Linear progression does not apply in this case.
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