Posts by duanra

1) Message boards : Number crunching : Suggestion (Message 45493)
Posted 26 Aug 2007 by Profile duanra
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Thanks for your quick answer, Mod. Sense !

I must admit that I didn't know (or had forgotten... same result !) about this particular aspect of developping the rosetta app.
Sorry about that !

So let them just not forget to put some explanation when it eventually (one day) comes to a specific disease.

Thanks again.
Duanra
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Suggestion (Message 45484)
Posted 26 Aug 2007 by Profile duanra
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Hello !

Well... looks like this has been a little forgotten lately...
Since the appearance of the "beta" app, in fact.
No doubt scientists and informaticians are putting their best efforts in making an excellent science application.

But PLEASE do not forget "simple" crunchers (like me) who'd very much like to know why and for what they actually are crunching !

Just let us now if it's for Alzheimer, cancer or whatever else.
Not something like "ab initio followed by full-atom refinement"... I think we nearly all know this (if not, just read the "graphics explanation" section).
Or worse...... nothing at all !

Thanks in advance.
Duanra
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Suggestion (Message 38101)
Posted 21 Mar 2007 by Profile duanra
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Hello !

I'd just like to make a suggestion concerning the workunit's graphics.
Some of them contain a text, explaining what the workunit is actually doing (e.g. "a low resolution search followed by a full atom refinement").
I think it would be great if every workunit could contain this text within the graphics, and it would be even greater if the text could mention about the science it's working on (HIV, Alzheimer, ...)

Thank you.
Duanra.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : What happens after CASP? (Message 21466)
Posted 31 Jul 2006 by Profile duanra
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Hello !

While we're speaking over "what happens after CASP7" : when is CASP7 due to stop ?
Because I'm now actually only crunching for rosetta@home (part of the CASP7 effort !) and I'd like to know when I shall be able to crunch for other projects again ?

Thank you.
Duanra
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Report Problems with Rosetta Version 5.25 (Message 19741)
Posted 3 Jul 2006 by Profile duanra
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I've got this message for an error with rosetta 5.25 :

3/07/2006 21:52:07|rosetta@home|Unrecoverable error for result FRA_t329_CASP7_hom001_6_t329_6_2ah5A_IGNORE_THE_REST_814_858_3_0 (<file_xfer_error> <file_name>FRA_t329_CASP7_hom001_6_t329_6_2ah5A_IGNORE_THE_REST_814_858_3_0_0</file_name> <error_code>-161</error_code></file_xfer_error>)

If it can help the techs .... there it is !

I don't know if the problem comes from the application or from the workunit.

Hoping to help the project.
Duanra
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Report Problems with Rosetta Version 5.16 I (Message 16851)
Posted 22 May 2006 by Profile duanra
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Hello!
I've got a problem with the graphics of the rosetta application.
Each time I let the graphics' window open more than a minute or so, the graphics stop and my screen go black.
Then the screen reopens again and I have to quickly close the graphics' window or it continues all the time.
Any idea of what might cause this "crash"?

Thank you.
Duanra

PS: my PC is a 1.73 GHz Intel Centrino with 1 Gb RAM, Windows XP SP2 and an ATI Mobility Radeon Graphics Card
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Report Problems with Rosetta Version 5.07 (Message 15769)
Posted 10 May 2006 by Profile duanra
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Hello !
Using Rosetta@home v. 5.07, windows XP ant ATI Mobility Radeon Graphics card ; each time I open the rosetta screensaver to look at the graphics, it stops after a couple of minutes, my screen becomes black then it reopens again and I've got to close quickly the window of the screensaver or it continues all the time.
Conclusion : I cannot see the graphics without my screen crashing down.

(sorry for my poor English)
Duanra
8) Questions and Answers : Windows : Full atom relax (Message 11860)
Posted 10 Mar 2006 by Profile duanra
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Hello !!

Rosetta@Home's graphics show me that my computer is sometimes running at "full atom relax".
I'd just like to know if this is something "normal", seeing that I bought my computer quite recently (it's a 3.0 GHz with 1024 MB).

Thank you in advance.
Duanra






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