Posts by Bob Kuntz

1) Questions and Answers : Windows : "rosetta python projects needs more disk space" (Message 104218)
Posted 14 Jan 2022 by Profile Bob Kuntz
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And now as I write this, the message reads no work available to run. Why no Python tasks? I am about to say the hell with this project and go to another.
2) Questions and Answers : Windows : "rosetta python projects needs more disk space" (Message 104215)
Posted 13 Jan 2022 by Profile Bob Kuntz
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All previous said the same. As of today I am getting tasks marked as 4.20. Nothing using Python. Tasks are very big taking 24 +/- hrs to run.
3) Questions and Answers : Windows : "rosetta python projects needs more disk space" (Message 104179)
Posted 11 Jan 2022 by Profile Bob Kuntz
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Says Project is requesting delay
4) Questions and Answers : Windows : "rosetta python projects needs more disk space" (Message 104142)
Posted 10 Jan 2022 by Profile Bob Kuntz
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i have 16gb of ram and 400+ gb of disc space. I allocate 100% to Rosetta. I downloaded Python to my computer. Nothing. So, what's the problem?
5) Message boards : News : Thank you! (Message 103987)
Posted 1 Jan 2022 by Profile Bob Kuntz
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Okay, found it finally and hit "Allow" and all appears well with the World. Thanks for your help. Running Rosetta means much to me personally if it can contribute in any way towards advancing the research to help find cure for Alzheimer's.
6) Message boards : News : Thank you! (Message 103985)
Posted 1 Jan 2022 by Profile Bob Kuntz
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BOINC is installed and I included Virtual Box when I did it. I am logged in my user account and am running another project.
When you say "hit the Allow button on the Computer's page" I do not know to what page you are referring.
Thanks for your help.
7) Message boards : News : Thank you! (Message 103984)
Posted 1 Jan 2022 by Profile Bob Kuntz
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i believe I have it installed.
8) Message boards : News : Thank you! (Message 103975)
Posted 1 Jan 2022 by Profile Bob Kuntz
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I have not received any work in weeks. Is there a poblem?






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