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    Question Monitoring Folding in Linux?

    I use FahSpy in windoze, but is there an equivalent app for Linux?
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    Re: Monitoring Folding in Linux?

    what exactly does fahspy do?

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    Re: Monitoring Folding in Linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen View Post
    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    Re: Monitoring Folding in Linux?

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    what exactly does fahspy do?
    Monitors progress of workunits & point value, est time for completion etc, on local machines & across a network.
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    Re: Monitoring Folding in Linux?

    Not that I am aware of. I just switch to the virtual console where FAH is running and calculate it from the time each % takes - and guestimate the points from the number of steps.
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    Re: Monitoring Folding in Linux?

    looks like fahmon needs you to mount the remote fah folder (e.g. with sshfs) to work over a network

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