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  1. Sorry, I don't know the answer to your question, sjbwiii but here's an update on team stats for people: Stats: Top Folders: Hak.5 Team Page
  2. Probably the easiest method for you would be iTunes, you can get iPod, SD and the HD versions through iTunes. Search for 'Hak5', or 'Revision3', and you should find it.
  3. Windows XP Desktop: Click to enlarge image... iPod:
  4. I think if you read it he's not hating on people for wanting to keep personal data personal - he's defending the people who want to keep their personal data personal.
  5. If you don't put each image code on a different line, you can have 2 bars per line, taking up less space.
  6. Yes pretty much, and you can set a percentage processor use for it to adhere to, but if you keep it at 100% it is designed to drop it's resource usage when you use the PC. (I can even play Call of Duty and CS:S with it running in the backgorund, because it adjusts depending on what you are doing.)
  7. I didn't even know that :o . I just presumed it would use both cores. As for running two units, thanks for the help, I will give it a shot when I get some time to play about. And as for the suggestion of using two users on Linux, would this be also possible on Windows, as I can see that the F@H directory is stored in the App Data folder in C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\Folding@home-x86\work, which would presumably be in a different user's folder if i was logged on as that user. Well i'm still running Windows at the moment, but i'm seriously considering migrating to Ubuntu 9.10 when it comes out for my actual working computer, so I might let you know at some point in the future. :D
  8. http://folding.stanford.edu/ - Official Folding@Home Site http://folding.stanford.edu/English/FAQ-main - Official Folding FAQ http://hak5.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=14321 - Thread about the 'Hak.5' folding team. http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.p...;teamnum=172248 - Hak.5 Folding@Home Team EDIT: Whoops, forgot to include the Hak.5 Folding wiki page which actually has a background to the folding process, and the reasons for it. --> http://wiki.hak5.org/wiki/Folding%40Hak5 Just some links to get you started :D .
  9. Running Samsung 1TB disk (Can't remember model) on Win7 with Ubuntu in VirtualBox, and Firefox, Winamp, iTunes etc open most of the time. I didn't notice too much performance degradation during the use of apps after TrueCrypting the drive, but noticed a significant change in the loading time of apps, ie. when the drive is loading most of the prog. into memory. I do have my games on a non-truecrypted drive, along with some other larger programs like Photoshop and Sony Vegas, but when Win7 is running from the encrypted drive, and you have all the programs already loaded into memory, I saw very very little performance difference, yet I do expect that this would be different for running games.
  10. I know you've resolved the issue now, but wasn't there a defrag program based on one of the linux distros that you could run as a LiveCD before Windows loaded? I can't remember the name of it now. I wonder if anyone else can remember what I mean.
  11. Really nice setup. Good stuff. :D I am curious as to how you run a process in each core. Is that using both cores for one unit, or running a seperate unit in each core, as I have a Core 2 Duo E4500 overclocked to 2.6GHz running 24/7 which (as far as I know) is only folding a single unit with both cores. Also, are you using the standard F@H client from the F@H site, or something else, like BOINC?
  12. I think it's something to do with the work involved folding the unit, since units can be of different lengths. I've had some which take a few hours, and some which take a few days depending presumably on the molecule actually being folded. PS3's tend to get given the smaller units, as they are designed to be able to fold a unit overnight, so usually it takes 5-9 hours on a PS3. The larger computer units take me a few days, although I don't leave my main system on all the time, I do however fold on a slower older system 24/7, which still takes a few days to complete a unit, because it's a bit slow.
  13. Well this isn't the 'official' team, just one I created, but there are no other Hak5 teams at the moment, so we could make this the 'new official team'. Stats so far: Green=Score Red=No of Units Folded @erik: you must have some serious power to have folded 61 units already, what system are you using?
  14. I like your wallpaper. Where can I find it? Thanks
  15. I like this, it's quite useful. I love how Google has it's own site listed as containing 2 scripting exploits. http://google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=google.com
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