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Old September 29th, 2012, 01:51 PM   #157 (permalink)
Shane2943
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So, I installed the 64 bit linux client on my Opensuse 64-bit server. Not sure if I'm doing this right. When I run it from console, I get this:

Code:
server@ibm-server:~/Folding@Home> ./fah6 

Note: Please read the license agreement (fah6 -license). Further 
use of this software requires that you have read and accepted this agreement.


The file FAHlog.txt has been locked by the operating system and cannot be
 opened for writing (possibly because it is open in another application).
Before you next run F@H, please ensure FAHlog.txt is not open anywhere,
 or simply delete it. For now, FAHlog2.txt will be used.


--- Opening Log file [September 29 13:43:31 UTC] 


# Linux Console Edition #######################################################
###############################################################################

                       Folding@Home Client Version 6.34

                          http://folding.stanford.edu

###############################################################################
###############################################################################

Launch directory: /home/server/Folding@Home
Executable: ./fah6


[13:43:31] Configuring Folding@Home...

User name [Anonymous]?
Am I doing this right? When I try to log in, it just takes me through the configuration again which I don't think is right. I've configured the FAH several times and it's like it never saves the config. It doesn't really matter what I input into it.

EDIT: NEVERMIND. I'M A DUMMY. I HAD TO RUN IT AS ROOT. It's working.

Y'all got yourselves a dual quad-core Xeon IBM enterprise server on your side now. 8-cores crunching numbers and this server is idle most of the time.

Now I just gotta figure out how to start the F@H program on boot...
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