Posts by Niehaus

1) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Bug reports for Ralph 5.20 (Message 1755)
Posted 3 Jun 2006 by Niehaus
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My Ralph calculates the WUs to 100% but doesnt send them, and they are still \"active\" but there is no further calculation, the programm continues with my rosetta WUs...


Oh it DID send the WU after some time, sry!!!
2) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Maximum disk usage exceeded (Message 703)
Posted 27 Feb 2006 by Niehaus
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Several errors on this computer due to this error.

http://ralph.bakerlab.org/show_host_detail.php?hostid=611

Ralph would have to exeed either 1 gig HD, or 600 Meg of virtual storage to get this error.



I SOLVED the problem by installing the BBC Version of BOINC, which is more advanced (at least in Ver.No.) than the windows client provided by BOINC itself.

Strange, very strange.
But works without changing any settings!

Do I have to compile win32-binaries by myself to get the newest version, or what?
3) Message boards : Feedback : \"No work from Server\" (Message 693)
Posted 27 Feb 2006 by Niehaus
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I always get this message when i try to run it
Also got Rosetta in Boinc but not running simultaniously.
No older WUs present, just Rosettas
4) Message boards : Feedback : Difference F@H and R@H??? (Message 689)
Posted 27 Feb 2006 by Niehaus
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Thanks!

I think i have now understood what the difference is:


\"
Rosetta: Faster but less accurate(Bakers analogy sounds to me like he uses kind of brute-force-like methods as used in passwordcrackers); still in development to get more precise answers without losing the speed-advantage, basing on Bakers & team development

F@H, much much slower, but precise enough to do research with it, based on GROMACS
\"


Is this right?

I still think it would be a nice idea to implement F@H in BOINC.
Or is it already?
-
And what means troll?
My English is horrible, sorry...
5) Message boards : Feedback : Difference F@H and R@H??? (Message 686)
Posted 26 Feb 2006 by Niehaus
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hehe
I just hear that they are so different, but no-one is able to explain the difference...
(because there is none...???)


BTW, what u mean by troll?
hey i\'m a noob
but i\'m interested!
i was just looking for answers, didnt want to critizie the project!

it would be nice if someone could explain it, instead of saying look there and there...
i checked the pages but couldnt find a difference...
wouldnt it be better to share the workload of both projects to one comunity, as they both have the same aim (prediction of prot-folds). And dont tell me they dont! you can read it from their Websites!
6) Message boards : Feedback : Difference F@H and R@H??? (Message 682)
Posted 26 Feb 2006 by Niehaus
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they are not just the same in nature but they do EXACTLY the same!

They predict how Prots fold...or do they use different algorithms?

a dumb waste of computing time...
7) Message boards : Feedback : Difference F@H and R@H??? (Message 668)
Posted 26 Feb 2006 by Niehaus
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Hi,

i have been looking on their pages but i wasnt able to figure out what the differences are.

Seems to me that both have same aims...
isnt it a waste to do this in 2 seperate projects?
8) Message boards : Current tests : WinXP 64bit/AMD64bit-Support? (Message 644)
Posted 25 Feb 2006 by Niehaus
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Hi,
is there an optimization for 64 bit CPUs in process?

Sorry for my bad english..



no-one answers my posts,
is my english so bad?^^
9) Message boards : Current tests : WinXP 64bit/AMD64bit-Support? (Message 491)
Posted 22 Feb 2006 by Niehaus
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Hi,
is there an optimization for 64 bit CPUs in process?

Sorry for my bad english..
10) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : High \"Accepted Energy\"-Peaks @ full atom relax (Message 489)
Posted 22 Feb 2006 by Niehaus
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After the \"low-res scan\", which shows normal values between +/- 200 energy, the Full atom relax initiates with strange values like 2000 or 899,0 accepted energy.

Is this normal?






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