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Re: evo for linux

#13 Ungelesener Beitrag von trigggl » 19.08.2010 19:19

I am using 32 bit wine. I have multi-libs installed. It doesn't matter. I have the same problem on my 32-bit machine. Perhaps it's the version of wine I'm using, but things work as stand alone. For some reason the boinc user tries to open a config file at /root/.wine.

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Re: evo for linux

#14 Ungelesener Beitrag von yoyo » 19.08.2010 19:21

Boinc doesn't open anything from wine. It just runs
wine evo.
You can see it in the job.xml
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Re: evo for linux

#15 Ungelesener Beitrag von trigggl » 22.08.2010 03:27

I didn't say boinc, I said the boinc "user". In Gentoo, the boinc program is run by the boinc user. The default for the Wine config file is '~/.wine', but the home of the boinc user is /var/lib/boinc. However, the system is still trying to open it up in root's home folder.

Anyways, I got it working by changing wine's prefix to '/usr/local/boinc/.wine' and made sure the ownership of /usr/local/boinc was boinc. It's an ugly hack, but a pretty result.

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Re: evo for linux

#16 Ungelesener Beitrag von dividedbymyself » 16.10.2010 13:14

I just installed Wine and evo yesterday on my Xubu-box. I don't know if it works though, because of I did a fresh install and all the DCFs have to be determined again, so other projects are panicking first. But a Wu is downloaded, so far so good.
But what's known about the performance of Evo under Wine? I have no experience with Wine, so I don't know how it affects performance. Does evo run as fast as on Windows or much slower because of Wine-intervention?

And what about evo- application updates. Will they be reported in this thread so a subscription to this thread will suffice and we (I ;) ) don't have to regularly visit this thread to get the latest version?

Thanks,
Bart

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Re: evo for linux

#17 Ungelesener Beitrag von Aillas » 17.08.2011 09:23

Hi,

all my evo wu are in error.
<core_client_version>6.12.34</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<message>
couldn't start Can't link input file: -108
</message>
]]>
In Event Log:
mer. 17 août 2011 10:04:04 CEST | yoyo@home | [error] Can't copy projects/www.rechenkraft.net_yoyo/S005_Preferences_1.02_Win32.txt to slots/7/S005_Preferences.txt: fopen() failed
mer. 17 août 2011 10:04:05 CEST | yoyo@home | Computation for task evo_A1313419804-16-0_17.2MB_95.76_0 finished
mer. 17 août 2011 10:04:05 CEST | yoyo@home | Output file evo_A1313419804-16-0_17.2MB_95.76_0_0 for task evo_A1313419804-16-0_17.2MB_95.76_0 absent
Any suggestion?

PS: latest wine 1.3 installed.

Thanks.
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Re: evo for linux

#18 Ungelesener Beitrag von Aillas » 17.08.2011 11:27

Probably found the fix:

cd /var/lib/boinc-client/projects/www.rechenkraft.net_yoyo
sudo chown boinc:boinc *

It seems its a problem of rights.
After decompressing the files, they all belong to my user.

It seems this is not a problem with muon project but it failed with evo project.

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Re: evo for linux

#19 Ungelesener Beitrag von Oncle Bob » 13.10.2016 19:53

Hello,

I tested the two apps for Evolution@home (the evo alone and the combined app).

In the two cases, the WU are downloaded but immediately stop and display error.

I run the following OS, with the last wine and boinc-client provided.

Code: Alles auswählen

3.16.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.36-1+deb8u1 (2016-09-03) x86_64 GNU/Linux

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