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2010/02/18 16:00:03 (permalink)
In good spirit of this BAD*** TEAM and such an awesome group of people here on the team I thought with all the new people coming in for the Chimp Challenge and even better, the NEW PROMOTION for EVGA bucks that this amazing company is providing for us yet again, I would make a guide SHOWING how to simply and dumbed down get the VMware player to use -bigadv. I hope EVERYONE that is currently deciding to do the -BIGADV for this team to check out this thread and witness how simple it is. I know some are intimidated to try it out cause of all the work. But hopefully this is easy for EVERYONE to see and use!!!

FOLD ON TEAM 111065!!!!

Alright so here we go:

STEP 1: Download the FAH image from Linuxrouters page here


http://forums.evga.com/tm.aspx?m=4464    its about mid page... 




OR download from mirrors below....



VMware Images                                 
Linux FAH Image v1.1 -  Includes folding client 6.29 
Mirror 1  
Mirror 2 




STEP 2: Make sure you have the new VMware Player also on Linuxrouters page


http://forums.evga.com/tm.aspx?m=4464



OR download from link below...




VMWare Player Download 

VMWare Player 3.0 



MAKE SURE YOU DOWNLOAD THIS ONE IF USING WINDOWS 32 OR 64!!!! 

Its the VERY FIRST ONE on the list as shown in pics below:











STEP 3: Make a folder on hard drive for you to extract the image to. Mine is located in Start > Computer > SimC33 (X:) > FAH














STEP 4: Extract the FAH image to that folder using WinZip or w/e you prefer to use and place it in the FAH folder we created a second ago...








After extracting, you should see something like this in your FAH folder you created on your hard drive...



*NOTE* You should see whats in the RED BOX...the other stuff will appear once you start the client










STEP 5: NOW that we have all that ready to go...open the VMware player by double clicking on the application in the FAH folder that is in.














STEP 6: Your VMware Player will load and this is what it should look like when it STOPS doing its loading...loading usually take about 10-20 seconds...










*NOTE* PAY ATTENTION HERE ON THIS STEP BECAUSE THIS IS WHERE YOU SEE THE IP TO SET UP FAHMON OR HMF.NET!!! In the red, you will see the given information to setting up either FAHMON or HFM.NET












STEP 7: Enter the following command where it says "root@FAH: ~#"............shown in red in pic


./fah6 -smp 7 -bigadv










STEP 8: Setting up your VMware client with the right information...


Enter your:

1. Username:  "         "


2. Team Number: 111065    <--- DUH!!!


3. Passkey: MUST HAVE!!!  To get the passkey specifically FOR YOU, go here:   http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/getpasskey.py


4. Ask before sending/fetching work yes or no?  MAKE SURE IT SAYS NO


5. Use proxy? MAKE SURE IT SAYS NO


6. Acceptable size of work assignment and work result packets blah blah... MAKE SURE YOU TYPE "BIG"


7. Change advanced options? TYPE "YES"


8-10.   HIT ENTER!!! NO NEED TO CHANGE ANYTHING


11. Set -advmethods flag always, requesting new advanced scientific cores and/or work units if availabe? yes or no?  



TYPE "YES"


12-13. HIT ENTER!!! NO NEED TO CHANGE ANYTHING


14. The following options require you to restart the client before they take effect. Disable CPU affinity lock? yes or no? 


 I TYPE "YES"


15-16. HIT ENTER!!! NO NEED TO CHANGE ANYTHING










STEP 9: Reset the client because as it said, "Changes will not take effect until restarted"...just simply go to the top of the VMware Player and look for then click...


VM > Power > Power Off and Exit      OR     VM > Power > Reset      




STEP 10: THIS IS IT!!! Now, just go back into the FAH folder on your hard drive, click the app to open the VMware player as stated earlier, let the player load, then simply add in again the following command:


./fah6 -smp 7 -bigadv




AND OFF YOU GO!!! SHOULD LOOK LIKE THIS ONCE YOU HAVE LET IT LOAD AND THEN ENTERED THE COMMAND:


After you enter the command and hit ENTER and it loads, MAKE SURE!!!, that it shows the numbers:  7 x 1 x 1












*THATS IT!!! YOUR DONE SETTING UP -BIGADV!!!*




Once you have done all this and see that, go setup FAHMON and make sure you reward yourself in SOME sort of way for going through that...


Thanks go out to Linuxrouter as well for providing and keeping all of our behind the scenes info, links, mirrors, downloads, images etc CURRENT AND UP TO DATE 


Again, Linuxrouter's amazing link to EVERYTHING -Bigadv can be found here....   http://forums.evga.com/tm.aspx?m=4464






SimC





































post edited by SimC33 - 2010/02/21 17:43:25


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    amishbobinc
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 16:10:59 (permalink)
    Thank you for the good, simple and straight forward guide for the less technically minded among us.

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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 16:16:01 (permalink)
    That is great, would have been nice to have it when I started lol.



    BTW you removed some info but left your passkey out in the open.

     
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 16:22:38 (permalink)
    slowb00st

    That is great, would have been nice to have it when I started lol.



    BTW you removed some info but left your passkey out in the open.





    didnt need to cover up the passkey...its MINE and if others use it then those points go to me...

    But ill prolly cover it up anyways, but im glad you like the guide...sorry it wasn't there when you started...thats what im trying to prevent with all the new folders that are flooding in here...haha

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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 17:08:47 (permalink)
    This is only for Core i7's correct?  Is there some way of configuring this to run on a Core 2 Quad?

                                 
      
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 18:46:38 (permalink)
    Thanks alot for this step-by-step comprehensive guide to install bigadv. Even though I already got it to work a couple of days ago, its nice to see this for the other new guys. Thanks again Linuxrouter & Simc33



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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 19:33:57 (permalink)
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    slowb00st

    That is great, would have been nice to have it when I started lol.



    BTW you removed some info but left your passkey out in the open.





    didnt need to cover up the passkey...its MINE and if others use it then those points go to me...

    But ill prolly cover it up anyways, but im glad you like the guide...sorry it wasn't there when you started...thats what im trying to prevent with all the new folders that are flooding in here...haha

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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 19:55:20 (permalink)
    metal_god69

    This is only for Core i7's correct?  Is there some way of configuring this to run on a Core 2 Quad?

    You would just change "./fah6 -smp 7 -bigadv" to "./fah6 -smp 4 -bigadv" or "./fah6 -smp 3 -bigadv" to use 4 or 3 cores respectively. However, I'm not sure how well smp or -bigadv will work on a quad core, or if it is even possible to.
     
    Anyone else know if it is possible, or worth the work to set this up on a quad core?
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 19:59:28 (permalink)
    Oh and thank you SimC. I have not used smp yet, but have been reading a little on it and planning to start as soon as we get Afterburner to the 10mil mark.
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 20:13:01 (permalink)
    You can use this setup to run the SMP A3 cores on other processors but you cannot run -bigadv on anything less than 8 cores or it will not finish in time to get bonus points. Wha tyou do is open the file that has the three blue squares with note pad and change the entry that says numvcpu = "8"   you want to change the "8" to the number of cores your processor actually has.




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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 20:20:56 (permalink)
    Thank you for the clarification Horvat.
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 20:37:40 (permalink)
    Thanks for the great guide SimC33! If you like, I can add a link to your guide in the vmware folding thread.

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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/18 21:21:03 (permalink)
    Thanks very much for the great guide on how to setup BIGADV
     
    Would it be possible that seeing as this guide is for the brand new folders without any experience could you please add hardware requirements eg: CPU i7920 stock or OC'd  how much memory has to be allocated .

     




      

     
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/19 14:55:40 (permalink)
    F_I_N

    Thanks very much for the great guide on how to setup BIGADV
     
    Would it be possible that seeing as this guide is for the brand new folders without any experience could you please add hardware requirements eg: CPU i7920 stock or OC'd  how much memory has to be allocated .




    Yea Ill gladly add that in there for ya! 

    Linuxrouter, that sounds good. Add the link in your page where you please to do so...THANKS AGAIN



    Mods, is there anyway we can get this stickied? I was hoping so, just for those who will need it in the future for those who decide to join this team. THANKS!!


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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/19 20:38:35 (permalink)
    I have been trying to follow these guides but i keep getting this error "This virtual machine is configured to run with 8 CPUs, but VMware Player only supports up to 4 CPUs. The virtual machine cannot be powered on."





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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/19 21:39:31 (permalink)
    mikeric

    I have been trying to follow these guides but i keep getting this error "This virtual machine is configured to run with 8 CPUs, but VMware Player only supports up to 4 CPUs. The virtual machine cannot be powered on."



    Horvat 

    You can use this setup to run the SMP A3 cores on other processors but you cannot run -bigadv on anything less than 8 cores or it will not finish in time to get bonus points. Wha tyou do is open the file that has the three blue squares with note pad and change the entry that says numvcpu = "8"   you want to change the "8" to the number of cores your processor actually has. 
     



    There ya go mikeric! Horvat already answered your question in the same thread!

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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/20 13:02:59 (permalink)
    Well for those of us who have 8 cores how do we run it? Mine does the same thing, is there something i'm missing?

     


       
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/20 14:43:06 (permalink)
    So for my i7 I should be able to leave that at 8 shouldnt I?





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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/20 20:47:15 (permalink)
    I found out it was the new version of vmware that is causing it. Now I have it all set up but just keep getting attempt to get work failed and no other work to do.





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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/20 20:51:29 (permalink)
    mikeric

    So for my i7 I should be able to leave that at 8 shouldnt I?


    Yes, since the i7 is an 8 core processor.
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/20 20:53:27 (permalink)
    mikeric

    I found out it was the new version of vmware that is causing it. Now I have it all set up but just keep getting attempt to get work failed and no other work to do.


    That error has been popping up every so often all afternoon. Apparently this is being caused by a lack of wu to handle all of the requests. Give it a bit of time and it should pick one up.
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/20 21:02:23 (permalink)
    Sorry for all the posts, i have just one more question. When it starts up before i start getting the no work message it says username: anonymous (team 0). Does that mean the settings i set at first didnt work? if so how do i change that?





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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/20 21:26:06 (permalink)
    It does look like it did not take. This information should have been entered in the first three parts of STEP 8 in the guide above. Did you restart VMWare after finishing the setup like it states in STEP 9? If you did, I believe you can go back through that portion of the setup and re-enter the info. Someone else may know a better way for you. Good luck.
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/21 20:21:38 (permalink)
    How could i get back into the settings to try and change them again?





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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/02/21 21:34:26 (permalink)
    I was thinking of you restarting the client with just the flag -configonly, but that may only be for the Windows SMP client. If you can get to the directory where the client resides, you may be able to find a .cfg file there that you can edit in notepad and it should have the username and team info contained in it. I am just trying to pass on what I am seeing elsewhere as I have not yet started SMP folding.
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/03/12 18:44:31 (permalink)
    Thank you so much this post saved me!!!!

     
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/04/08 13:05:21 (permalink)
    Excellent guide, I got thru ok at least I think so anyway as it's been awhile. Mine just sits and does nothing, cursor blinking and no progress:



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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/04/08 13:33:15 (permalink)
    Welcome back Governator!
    Those bigadv take 2 days + to complete, so tpf is over 30 min, depending on your overclock. Did you see any change yet?


     
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/04/08 13:43:06 (permalink)
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    Welcome back Governator!
    Those bigadv take 2 days + to complete, so tpf is over 30 min, depending on your overclock. Did you see any change yet?


    Thanks buddy, good to see you too.  I seem to recall before I quit last March that you were coming up quick, but boy did you blow up!

    Anyhow, yeah I just restarted a few moments ago and she's still sitting there but now I understand why

    I've also forgotten how to set it up in FAHMON, FAHSpy, can you help? BTW I'm on a 980X clocked at 27x (3.7GHz) and went with -smp 8 for now.

    Edit: all working now with HFM, I love this app
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    Re:Guide to DLing/Installing/Running the -BIGADV on Windows *Pics Included* 2010/05/03 23:17:04 (permalink)
    Easy and straight foward guide.  Thanks!






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