Setting up f@h on a Xeon Server running Ubuntu

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Setting up f@h on a Xeon Server running Ubuntu

Postby Spud1200 » Thu Jan 05, 2017 12:19 am

I was curious if this could be done and if anyone has done it.

What would be involved and how would I go about the whole set up in regards to the installation of the client under a CLI set up and the configuration of the Client.

Can anyone help with regards to the set up even if its just an overview of what I'll be facing.

EDIT: Apologizes folks. I just found an on line guide and its excellent and very well written hear on the forums. A quick google search done the trick.

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Re: Setting up f@h on a Xeon Server running Ubuntu

Postby Crazy-Logic » Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:04 am

yes - I have done this on my blade server. there is a guide online, https://folding.stanford.edu/home/guide ... ide/#ntoc8. but i went a different route and customised the .deb installer, then just 2 lines in the terminal and i can monitor remotely over network. http://www.crazy-logic.co.uk/archives/766
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Re: Setting up f@h on a Xeon Server running Ubuntu

Postby bruce » Tue Jan 10, 2017 5:13 pm

The FAHClient software contains a remote monitoring and control capability allowing you the same management capabilities over the network as it provides locally. (That presumes that you've completed a local installation on each client.)
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Re: Setting up f@h on a Xeon Server running Ubuntu

Postby Crazy-Logic » Thu Jan 12, 2017 1:27 pm

bruce wrote: (That presumes that you've completed a local installation on each client.)



and enabled remote access for the client.
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