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Message 31152 - Posted: 28 Oct 2007, 15:56:43 UTC

Hi 2 all

I have several computers,
first is my desktop(windows xp) and BOINC is working good.
Just installed BOINC on linux (fedora7) and try to start client. I want increase numbers of computer on my account. I have no GUI on second (
linux) and manage with SSH (Putty).
try:
#./boinc -attach_project climateprediction.net xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Where xxxx.. is my account (32 bit key)

But always error is:
\" Message from server: Invalid or missing account key. Visit this project\'s web site to get an account key.\"

Where is my bad?
may be account key?
where i can see it?

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Message 31153 - Posted: 28 Oct 2007, 16:11:58 UTC

http://boinc.berkeley.edu/trac/wiki/UnixClient

The authenticator line (account key) should be in the

account_climateprediction.net.xml

file in the BOINC directory of your Windows PC.

the command line option is

--attach_project URL account_key

where the URL should be http://climateprediction.net
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Message 31154 - Posted: 28 Oct 2007, 22:09:20 UTC

I usaully copy the account_*.xml file over in this case. Once it is in BOINC\'s directory the next time BOINC starts it will automatically attach to the project.

The other method I use is attaching to an account manager. Do that once and then you can attach to projects using a web page.
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Message 31161 - Posted: 29 Oct 2007, 9:23:48 UTC - in response to Message 31154.  

Thank you very much, it`s work!

And now i\'m trying to start BOINC on another pc (freebsd)
But there is another trouble. All that i see is:
\"
Number of CPUs: 2
1387 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
3544 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU
Resuming computation
\"
A started BOINC on freebsd yesterday, but there is no changes.
Can\'t find anythink in wiki and google.
Can you help me, where is my bad ?
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Message 31167 - Posted: 29 Oct 2007, 13:52:08 UTC


Another way of doing it is to use the Boinc manager on one PC to control the Boinc client on another PC. You need to set up the remote authentication stuff to do that.

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Message 31170 - Posted: 29 Oct 2007, 15:05:42 UTC - in response to Message 31167.  
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Another way of doing it is to use the Boinc manager on one PC to control the Boinc client on another PC. You need to set up the remote authentication stuff to do that.


Just started boinc as client with -allow_remote_gui_rpc
All good, but climateprediction.net does\'t know platform i386-portbld-freebsd

\"
Message from server: platform \'i386-portbld-freebsd\' not found
Deferring communication for 1 days 0 hr 0 min 0 sec
Reason: requested by project
\"

Thats reason because my boinc on freebsd can\'t recieve task.
Can i update my boinc or change platform label?

And i have another question.
For example: i calc climatprediction
and connect to SETI@home
How can i group this projects on my account?
As i know there is email and password,
if my email in SETI = email in climatprdiction then all of this projects we\'ll be on my account ?
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Message 31174 - Posted: 29 Oct 2007, 20:12:51 UTC

Message from server: platform \'i386-portbld-freebsd\' not found

The name that you use MUST be \"general\". i.e. \"linux\" something something.


For example: i calc climatprediction
and connect to SETI@home
How can i group this projects on my account?

To start with, ALL projects Must be \"Attached\" using the same \"user name/email address\" combination. (These can be changed on a project\'s web site under your Account.)

Second, as ALL projects are completely separate to each other, it\'s not possible to have them show up on your Account page in one place on any given project.
To see all of them in one place you need to visit an external stats site, such as BOINCstats. AND to have used the same identifier, as mentioned above.


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