If You Guys Don't Mind

Can we go and stomp The Planetary Society now please

Difference between teams is 41,087

Load up Seti on every pc you can lay your hands on and PUSH :smiley:

Now that will be a nice stomp! :stomp:

Indeed :smiley:

Mind you, EVERY team we :stomp: is nice :lol:

Originally posted by M@tt
Load up Seti on every pc you can lay your hands on :smiley:

I install setihide where ever I find the opportunity. :nod:

coworker gone on leave for a month - now churning out a wu every 5 hours in his absence…heheh…old box sitting gathering dust, not even connected to LAN…crunching a couple a day, uploading via floppy…all for the cause :stomp:

:frowning:

I’ve had to shut down my Barton3200 due to BSODs twice in the same day - overheating I suspect.

Originally posted by O’Borg
[B]:frowning:

I’ve had to shut down my Barton3200 due to BSODs twice in the same day - overheating I suspect. [/B]

Perhaps you need a bit of suckage

.

I’m always crunching at Warp Factor 9 Mr Sulu (aka M@tt :p)

Was thinking about building (yet) another cruncher tho :smiley:

Originally posted by MrTFWitt
Perhaps you need a bit of suckage

Nothing like a good bit of suckage to sort your problems out :devil:

EDIT: Weird Time Warp Double Post Syndrome ™ :confused:

assuming its windows the easiest way is just to copy a shortcut of setidriver (assuming thats what your using) to the startup folder fo the start menu :slight_smile:

Originally posted by efaill
assuming its windows the easiest way is just to copy a shortcut of setidriver (assuming thats what your using) to the startup folder fo the start menu :slight_smile:

I second the motion… That’s the way I run SETI on all the machines I have it installed on. :smiley: :smiley:

That’s how I run it on all of my Windows PCs.

Yep same here…but isn’t there a way to run it as a service in case the machine reboots itself overnight then you come back and see it at the logon screen but don’t have to worry because its running as a service?

Tom, you’re absolutely correct. And after getting home last night, I discovered that THIS is how mine are set up. My Win2k machines are running it as a service, it’s my Win98 machines that are running it through the Startup folder.

To run as a service, you must set it up as automatic in the Services portion of the Administrative Tools. For Win2k the way I know is Start>Settings>Control Panel>Administrative Tools> Services.