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BOINC

Postby ZeroT » Sun Aug 10, 2008 12:49 am

I coundnt find this mentioned anywhere else on the site.

I like millions of others run various projects on BOINC, i think it would be great to have a client on the nas boxes. Mine is the TS-209-II which would run it great.
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Re: BOINC

Postby silvermouse » Mon Aug 11, 2008 4:00 pm

ZeroT wrote:Mine is the TS-209-II which would run it great.

Do you really believe, that a non-x86-CPU with no floating point unit on 500 Mhz will run a client for distributed computing great? :shock:
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Re: BOINC

Postby lfehlberg » Fri Aug 13, 2010 10:49 am

ZeroT wrote:I coundnt find this mentioned anywhere else on the site.

I like millions of others run various projects on BOINC, i think it would be great to have a client on the nas boxes. Mine is the TS-209-II which would run it great.


I'm interested in installing the BOINC client in my Qnap (TS-409) as well. I'd like to contribuite with the project Einstein@home (http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/)...

Would be great if the Qnap gurus could show us how...
My QNap as a lot of "spare time"...
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Re: BOINC

Postby pateism » Sun Nov 11, 2012 2:39 am

Silvermouse

Surely, it doesn't need to "run great" as long as it can complete a unit in the prescribed time, it would be enough.
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