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Unread postby yoyo » 19.12.2009 18:30

Hello,

here you can download a evo app for Linux. It runs evolution@home in Wine. You must have Wine installed in /usr/bin/wine.

How to install the app:
1) If not yet done attach to yoyo@home
2) Shutdown Boinc
3) Download the app and extract the content into projects/www.rechenkraft.net_yoyo
4) start boinc
5) download a evo wu.

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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby Erkan Yilmaz » 19.12.2009 19:07

started on two linux32 + evolution@home WUs received (evolutionathome 0.01). So they keep running now with:
- wine 1.1.27 / boinc 6.10.17
- wine 1.1.29 / boinc 6.10.24
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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby m0nngis » 20.12.2009 02:57

Is there any way to continue to participate in d.net and ECM and still run evo? They got removed when I followed your installation procedure.
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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby yoyo » 20.12.2009 08:21

Hello,
on Linux you can't run evo and muon in parallel. I'll investigate if this will be possible.
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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby Erkan Yilmaz » 21.12.2009 01:29

yoyo is investigating the following:

linux32 with this WU:
<file_xfer_error>
<file_name>evo_A1260989704-56-0_34.3MB_63.84_1_0</file_name>
<error_code>-161</error_code>
</file_xfer_error>

besides this: the known progress bar anomaly (>100%) appears
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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby yoyo » 23.12.2009 22:35

Evo should now run without problems on linux + wine.
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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby Erkan Yilmaz » 23.12.2009 22:54

Thanks.

the two linux32 from above created WUs with success :-)
also (still) works on win7 RC64
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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby yoyo » 24.12.2009 14:57

Hello,
I put now evo and muon in one archive and one app_info.xml. If you extract this in your project folder you should be able to run muon and evo on Linux with Wine.

http://www.rechenkraft.net/yoyo/downloa ... ine.tar.gz

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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby Txt.file » 24.12.2009 23:35

looks like its working

I have now one PC thats runs evo and muon (and PrimeGrid AP26 @CUDA) at the same time (headless).

Very nice xmas-gift from you. I hope you didn't let your friends and family down for this gift. :wink:
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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby Roland Schneider » 27.12.2009 23:49

yoyo wrote:I put now evo and muon in one archive and one app_info.xml. If you extract this in your project folder you should be able to run muon and evo on Linux with Wine.


Now you can crunch these two under linux, but now boinc under linux isn't getting anymore ogr or ecm wu's.
I think that is, because these apps are not in the app_info.xml
Last edited by Roland Schneider on 17.09.2010 20:02, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby trigggl » 15.08.2010 21:20

Has anyone got this working on Gentoo 64? Wine keeps failing by looking for the .wine folder in /root/ I tried to create it in /var/lib/boinc, but that just crashed my boinc client. Do I just need to move on or is there a way to get around this?
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Re: evo for linux

Unread postby Txt.file » 17.08.2010 20:34

I don't know how stable WINE64 is actually but a few month ago winehq.org wrote that it is recommended to use 32bit WINE cause WINE64 is not really ready to use.

source: http://wiki.winehq.org/Wine64
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