- Mar 8, 2009
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Folding is pretty much hardware driven. If you are Linux savvy you have a head start.I'm thinking of joining this cause, looks like a few dedicated or "devoted" members towards this...
I was going to test this on my Linux distro, as I run Arch and Mint on another computer of mine, but it might take me some time to figure all that out. I don't quite have as great of a CPU on that machine, but lots of RAM. If I got it working on my Mac that would be good.
Unfortunately I only use Mint and Arch, Ubuntu is horrible in my opinion. You need to have used the other ditro's to know that it's not good. It uses up way more computer resource than it should in comparison to something like Mint. Ubuntu is just the most popular Linux unfortunately. I could test it, or just decide to give up and run this thing on my Windows I guess.
lol Ubuntu however, is for people that don't know a lot about the other Linux distro's, it's way too bulky. Mint and Arch are better packages, however Arch is a very advanced Linux distro and isn't meant for beginners. Ubuntu is just simple to understandFolding is pretty much hardware driven. If you are Linux savvy you have a head start.
Ubuntu seems to be the popular flavor for folders not using windows.
We would love to have you contribute to our relatively young team. (just over a year old and climbing.)
stats at stanford update on the hourI'm not showing up on the team list for some reason on folding. I have already done around 1000 i'm sure, I got it up to 700 and quit, and now it's up to 700 again around.
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