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Parp/Stomp Babyface_uk

Discussion in 'Team OcUK Distributed Computing Projects' started by bam0, 28 Jul 2006.

  1. bam0

    Soldato

    Joined: 28 Oct 2002

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    It was always coming, only a few thou to go to the magic 50k, looks like I might beat you there afterall. What was the prize again? ;)

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  2. babyface uk

    Wise Guy

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    Location: Lazytown

    NOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooooooo.......................
     
  3. shadowscotland

    Sgarrista

    Joined: 31 May 2006

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    Location: West London

    :D - my production up and I've eye's on 20 more PC's so watch out you two
    Can't catch you before 50K but 100k my target overtake :D
     
  4. Stan_Lite

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    Hahahahahahahaha - the Firefox Skype plugin thinks the numbers in yellow is a phone number and highlights them blue - I'm almost tempted to phone it to see if it is a real number :D

    Back on topic - STOMP THE SLACKER!!! :D

    Stan :)

    Edit: I tried it but it's invalid. Should have realised there's too few numbers (so should Skype :rolleyes: ).
     
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  5. shadowscotland

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    stan - Bit harsh calling babyface a slacker ;)

    he's got nearly twice your output and three times mine (well this week anyway) :D
     
  6. Stan_Lite

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    Not in 3 weeks time he won't ;)

    Once I get those 3 errant cores back running and the dual core goodness of the new laptop and possibly another 4000 SD on the go, that should keep the young whippersnapper at bay for a while :D

    .......and anyway, it's traditional, if anyone gets parped, they're automatically a slacker regardless of their output.
    When Babyface and bam0 (and Gazzzzzzzzzzzzzzzza) get on my tail, I fully expect to be called a slacker - and deservedly so ;)

    Stan :)
     
  7. babyface uk

    Wise Guy

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    I can't wait :p
     
  8. shadowscotland

    Sgarrista

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    Hey stan - better add me and magman to that list - us 'young whippersnapper' all have eye for the top 20 :D
     
  9. Stan_Lite

    Man of Honour

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    Go for it guys - the competition is good for the team :D

    You do realise, don't you, that I have no intention of lying down and letting you young-uns stomp all over me with your size 4 stomping boots :p

    I was going to cut down the size of the farm and take a back seat but now that there is a bit of competition going, I think not ;)

    Due to lack of borging potential, I may not be able to fend off the big time borgers amongst you but I'll put up a fight and will thrash any other private farms to within an inch of their lives :D

    Stan :)
     
  10. Mattus

    Capodecina

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    Home farmers, I salute you. It takes a special kind of addiction to build new rigs specifically to fold, especially in the quantities I've seen here! It's the corporate folders who get the highest outputs, but to me you guys are the true heroes :cool:
     
  11. SiriusB

    Capodecina

    Joined: 16 Dec 2005

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    Location: Manchester

    I am considering writing an email to my Uni's IT department to ask if we can set up [email protected] on the machines.

    From what I am told there are about 1000 PCs doing nothing :D

    Although the IT department are a bit useless - sometimes typing in your username and password makes the network cry lol.

    SiriusB
     
  12. Mattus

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    That would be fun :D Being a Uni and having that many rigs, I'd imagine they'd probably want them folding under their own account rather than a team like OcUK?

    Either way it would be good news for the project!
     
  13. SiriusB

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    I'll blind them with science and convince them to let me set it up :D Some of the IT bods struggle with Notepad!

    SiriusB
     
  14. shadowscotland

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    1000 pc would be perminantly up & downloading WU's :eek: - I think some one here tried once at their UNI but it only lasted 2 days before the connection melted and the ip's were blocked perminantly. :(

    Edit: SB if IT can't deal with notepad are you sure that can open an e-mail???
     
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  15. bam0

    Soldato

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    Unlucky, I am the winnar of the 50k race too :D Something up with your machines, or you just preparing a mega drop?

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  16. SiriusB

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    Had no reply from uni yet. Which probably means they are in fact struggling to open an email :p

    I don't hold out much hope for getting my uni on board unless I can come up with a really good reason [other than helping mankind, but there's no money in that!]

    SiriusB
     
  17. babyface uk

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    Well done sunshine, I will except any punishment you feel is worthy of my slacking. I ain't got a clue whats happened to my pc's, most of them are borged so I can't see whats happening with them.

    Babyface UK
     
  18. bam0

    Soldato

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    Unstomping time, my whole farm was offline from around 8pm yesterday until I get back in on Monday morning :( damn power.
     
  19. babyface uk

    Wise Guy

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    stomped ya back, sure it won't be for long

    Babyface UK