View Full Version : Command line seti caching???
08-19-01, 07:13 PM
does anyone know a good commandline seti cacher, because all the ones I can find use guis and stuff....
Don't know of any cachers that run from the command line. What's wrong with something like seti driver?
08-20-01, 12:17 AM
yup, i would recommand SETI Driver. :cool:
There is at least one command line cacher, though I hated it when I got it. It is about 4 different .bat files, and I didn't get how to set them up. What's wrong with GUIs? Currently I am using SETIMonitor (GUI) as a cache and WU data recorder (GUI SETI). Though I also like annother one (forgot the name) which keeps track of your processing rate thoughout each WU (also GUI).
08-20-01, 04:51 AM
Hey guys...yeah i use setiDriver on my other two windows boxes but i only telnet to the Linux machine and hence only get commanline access.....
So I need a command line cacher...
08-20-01, 09:06 AM
u can just use SETI Driver to cache the WU for u. under SETI Driver, u'll see "Cache Size", and u can enter whatever WU u would like to cache. that's what i'm doing on all of my mahcine 'cos i'm using dail-up. :cool:
Forget telnet - get VNC and you can control the entire machine remotely just like having a kvm switch over the internet.
08-23-01, 04:24 AM
Umm any idears cause I'm still after a command line proggie...
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