Here is the place where you can download any Boinc version that has ever been made: http://boinc.berkeley.edu/dl/
Oh how sad, when someone starts to respond to his posts
There are a few Boinc versions that I didn't know existed, like an Ubuntu specific version. I wonder in what that differs from the standard Linux version. My guess is the Boinc Manager GUI.
You can install boinc on Ubuntu with the package manager , this version is mostly the ubuntu/debian specific version (mostly it's not the most recent version).
Which boinc version gives the most credit or is there no difference ?
Which version crunches the fastest?
The Boinc software has no influence on the speed of the science applications. At least it shouldn't. Although there were a few older Boinc versions that themselves used a lot of cpu time. That of course decreased the daily output of the machine.Which version crunches the fastest?
A simple question
Already hear something about that ?
It seems to be a client that claims more credit for the same WU.
Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses.(Chinese Proverb)
But as kdr_98 said, the v3 often crashes/blocks on some machines. That is why I stopped using it after our Leiden stampede. Maybe a newer version solves that.
I just installed it over an older version of it ! The old version was not allowed for the "Pirates@home" project.
So far no problems with the new version. Didn't try it on Pirates@home.
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