Posts by Coleslaw

1) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Kings Distributed Systems - Alpha Registration (Message 88148)
Posted 23 Jan 2018 by Profile Coleslaw
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accidental posting
2) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Kings Distributed Systems - Alpha Registration (Message 87689)
Posted 14 Nov 2017 by Profile Coleslaw
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3) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta and Android (Message 79023)
Posted 8 Nov 2015 by Profile Coleslaw
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Hi,
can I use my Asus Zenfone 2 for crunching?

4Gb RAM, quad core Intel Atom x86 and a lot of space!

Boinc for Android doesn't find works...


You can however use it for SETI and Collatz (and I believe WUProp as long as you are attached to another project supporting apps).
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Rosetta and Android (Message 77531)
Posted 1 Oct 2014 by Profile Coleslaw
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It is disappointing that SETI is the only project with an x86 Android app. I am hoping to see more project get these because it is only a matter of time before Google offers a true 64bit version. Being a Linux variant, it should see many of the same gains as other Linux distros at various projects. Now, I know many will say to just use the other Linux distros. However, Android is the only OS to have a version of BOINC that can auto update and do so easily. This is a huge feature in my eyes as I like to keep my clients somewhat up to date. With AMD starting to offer ARM cores in their upcoming servers, it will just be a matter of time before more people consider this as an option. I would run it from a VM as I have done in the past.

Just my $.02
5) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : DC-Vault Ongoing Challenge for Multiple Projects (Message 76860)
Posted 22 Jun 2014 by Profile Coleslaw
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DC-Vault

The Vault Admins have posted a list of projects to be added to, and removed from the Vault. Now is your chance to have your say on what is being proposed. Here are a couple of links to the public discussion about what the Admins have come up with.

Additions

Removals






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