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http://hayes.nodium.net:8000/boincserver/

Applications
boincserver currently has the following applications. When you participate in boincserver, tasks for one or more of these applications will be assigned to your computer. The current version of the application will be downloaded to your computer. This happens automatically; you don't have to do anything.

finds prine nunbers
Platform, Version, Created, Average computing
Microsoft Windows, running on an AMD x86_64 or Intel EM64T CPU, 2.03 22 Mar 2021, 3:05:01 UTC 30 GigaFLOPS
Linux, running on an AMD x86_64 or Intel EM64T CPU 2.04 29 Mar 2021, 6:41:23 UTC 10 GigaFLOPS
64-bit ARM running Linux, 2.04, 29 Mar 2021, 6:57:08 UTC 2 GigaFLOPS
Total average computing: 43 GigaFLOPS

BOINC Synergy: http://hayes.nodium.net:8000/boincserve ... p?teamid=2

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Re: beef@home

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Thanks to everyone!
I've been meaning to thank everyone for their contributions so far. I was blown away by how many people showed up, and so was the server, apparently. It's upgraded now and we're planning on doing more interesting programs in the future.

Oh, also, we've got a discord! https://discord.gg/pPEYEWrzJz
15 Apr 2021, 20:34:08 UTC · Discuss

Project rework complete
i've just finished doing a pretty big refactor of the website and the project. it should look all nice and pretty now. the project should also work properly, which is pretty important. we're still doing prines right now, but with much longer workunits (the smaller workunits were cramming the DB full of stuff).

New URL: https://www.nodium.net/beefathome
15 Apr 2021, 17:13:56 UTC · Discuss

WHAT IS THIS?
this BOINC project is an alpha/beta testing environment, for computing whatever we all feel like computing
feel free to suggest distributed computing project ideas!
we may also end up doing some minecraft seedfinding stuff that's too small to go on the official minecraft@home BOINC
NOTE: if we add any future projects i'll be sure to add a project selector so you can choose which ones you want to do. anything other than basic compute (such as network, or sensors, etc. or something if we do that) will be OPT-IN and there'll be announcements here and in the boinc client notices board when we add new projects

HOW TO CONTRIBUTE YOUR PROCESSING POWER:
boinc url is https://www.nodium.net/beefathome
put this URL into the boinc client when it asks you what project you want to add
to download the boinc client, go here https://boinc.berkeley.edu/download.php (ignore the one with virtualbox, the normal one is fine)

WHAT APPS ARE WE RUNNING RIGHT NOW?
- prines - kind of boring, just a really basic test. it just finds prime numbers - results here: https://www.nodium.net/beefathome/downl ... esults.txt
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WHAT PROJECTS DO WE HAVE PLANNED?
i wanna do some more interesting stuff in the future. potentially mersenne primes or fibonacci primes (see how high we can get), or just really big normal primes.
there have also been talks about putting some one-chunk stuff on here. if you don't know what one-chunk is, it's basically trying to find a world seed where you can beat the ender dragon without leaving the chunk you spawn in

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Re: beef@home

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Contact wrote: Mon Apr 05, 2021 10:50 am http://hayes.nodium.net:8000/boincserver/

Applications
boincserver currently has the following applications. When you participate in boincserver, tasks for one or more of these applications will be assigned to your computer. The current version of the application will be downloaded to your computer. This happens automatically; you don't have to do anything.

finds prine nunbers
Platform, Version, Created, Average computing
Microsoft Windows, running on an AMD x86_64 or Intel EM64T CPU, 2.03 22 Mar 2021, 3:05:01 UTC 30 GigaFLOPS
Linux, running on an AMD x86_64 or Intel EM64T CPU 2.04 29 Mar 2021, 6:41:23 UTC 10 GigaFLOPS
64-bit ARM running Linux, 2.04, 29 Mar 2021, 6:57:08 UTC 2 GigaFLOPS
Total average computing: 43 GigaFLOPS

BOINC Synergy: http://hayes.nodium.net:8000/boincserve ... p?teamid=2

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