|Mar 6, 2003, 07:39 PM||#1|
Two users - One folding folder?
I am running the GUI OS X Folding@Home application on one of my machines. There are two users of this machine, both want to run Folding@Home sharing the same 'work' folder. Neither wants to run the console client. I am wondering if there is a way I can get Folding@Home to solve their problem. I have tried, although am not sure I did it quite right, making an alias to Folding@Home in each of their Library folders that points to Folding@Home in a shared directory, but this didn't work. Any ideas?
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|Mar 6, 2003, 07:53 PM||#2|
As we have stated in the past the console is the best way to do this.
We have heard no sucess stories with sharing a folding folder, sure you can try, but the definate way is console.
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