I at one point was able to compile the boinc client to work and get
past the initial benchmark timeout problem I was having. The issue I
had was that none of the projects had any work units that would work
on an arm chipset. I looked into get qemu running to emulate i386 but
had no success.
On Sun, Jul 6, 2008 at 10:28 AM, mbogelund <mbogelund@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jase_radioastronomy"
> <jase_radioastronomy@...> wrote:
>> You are quite correct that the NSLU2 probably won't make a good seti
>> cruncher but it was more about seeing if it would work. Seeing what
>> the NSLU2 was capable of. If it can crunch a work unit or two whilst
>> being on 24/7 for other duties and still be within the deadline then
>> it may as well crunch away.
> It could be fun to see if this could work.
> Maybe you can make it crunch for Pirates@home (which is really the
> seti@home Alpha-test project), or seti@home Beta Test (which is - you
> guessed it - the seti @home Beta-test project.)
> I think they don't have the 32MB minimum limitation.
> Good luck!
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