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    Team AntiOnline (FAH)

    We are closing up to the top-100 but we do still need new AO'ers to help out and join Team AntiOnline at Folding@Home.

    A big thanks to our three top contributors:

    1. qwerty_smith
    2. bluebeard96
    3. souleman

    And also a big thanks to the rest of the team members .

    Latest stats:

    Teampage url: http://folding.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/...tailed?q=11416
    Fast teampage url: http://folding.stanford.edu/teamstats/team11416.html
    Team active since: 2001-08-29 17:00:03
    Date of last work unit: 2003-03-02 08:00:30
    Active processors (within a week): 27
    Team id: # 11416
    Score: 13582.889739692
    WU: 1752
    Team Ranking: 214
    homepage: http://www.antionline.com
    We have today 28 members and of these have 10 been active the last week. Good work everybody, hopefully will we bring team AntiOnline to the top-100 this year .

    ~micael

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    Don't forget our SETI team! Join up and help in the search for little green men.....

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    What all do you have to do to join for some reason it wont let me. Why not?

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    banananuts > first you need to download the appropriate client for your operating system which you can find by following the link below

    http://folding.stanford.edu/download.html

    Once you have downloaded the right client, start the installer. You should be prompted for a Username and a Team Number. The Username can be anything, and the Team Number needs to be 11416. You also will be aksed some general system questions, along with how much priority you want the Folding client to have on you system, which I would advice to keep less than 50% just so you dont encounter lots of problems. If none of this helped, then go to the help page below.

    http://folding.stanford.edu/mail.html
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    I have never heard of this before what exacly does it do?.


    -Dominaterx

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    Yay! We're 213 in F@H now!

    BTW, to get to the top 100 right now, we need to more than double our current score. By then, the other teams would rise up too, but I'm confident that we can outpace them if we have enough folders... Keep up the good folding!


    Dominaterx: We're folding various proteins on our computers so that scientists at this university can find interesting ones to try in a real lab. They then publish results (on their website and magazines) so that everyone can learn/benefit. It is better to have the schools find it and keep it free (like Folding@Home) than a big company finding it with their own research and selling it to us...

    It takes a while to get through your first full WU, so don't worry if it takes a day or two (or more). It usually takes me about 1.5-3 days to fold a 400 part WU on a P3 800 with 896MB/RAM. Then again, I run it about 24x7 at 100% and when I'm not home... My longest WU so far took about a week full time without me interrupting it at all...


    -Tim_axe

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    Now, RFC Compliant! Noia's Avatar
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    ok....If I get this new machine I might be building, with about 1.4 GHz and 384 Mb ram, then I'll leave that online all the time...so I might join up we'll see what happens....
    Cross you fingers and hope I can revive the Mobo...

    - Noia
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    Welcome Noia and all other who has joined Team AntiOnline.

    I got curious to hear what kind of Folding monsters the team members have, I will start with my single and only mini-monster .

    I am running Folding@home on one Dell Precision powered with a P4 2Ghz processor and 1024mb ram.

    ~micael

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    http://www.outwar.com/page.php?x=474498 this is a tight site...just click the link..if you dont like it then fine but i guarrantee you will

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    P 3 733 mhz 192 mb ram

    and somewhere this week a mini atx[p 3] 800 256mb ram
    i m gone,thx everyone for so much fun and good info.
    cheers and good bye

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