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Just found out that Chrome Remote Desktop is a thing. Now I can manage my machines for free and without knowledge of the techno-wizardry. Just wish it didn't involve selling another portion of my soul to our greedy, sadistic benevolent overlords, but c'est la vie when you're 'poor' and not well-versed in the dark arts.

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Wish I'd known about it during the Covid-19 event and Folding Month. Would've kept me from going dark a bunch of times, but oh well. 

 

Edit: To keep Google from holding too much of my soul, I switched to a different VNC. Thanks to @Bitterand @LazyDevfor giving me the idea.

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1 minute ago, Bitter said:

If it's within your home network just use a VNC client/server if you want GUI remote control.

Would that work for when I'm out of town? I travel a lot.

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Just now, jctappel67 said:

Would that work for when I'm out of town? I travel a lot.

You may have to setup port forwarding, but it can be done.

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9 hours ago, LazyDev said:

@cbigfoot I bet your rig was easier to cable manage than mine. It's crammed in there for me.

 

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well...as i bought the same exact psu...and was 100% modular...i disconnected cables from "bad" psu and connected to new psu...just another PSA REMOVE The PLASTIC STICKER COVER from your PSU fan Hub if it has one...i normally do but apparently i was in a hurry when building calculon and mistakes happened...

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- Leela: Dell Inspiron AIO 7775 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | Ryzen 1700 | 16GB Micron DDR4-2400
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- iZac (Server): Fractal Design Node 804 | SVR 2019 std | Ryzen 2600 | 32GB DDR4-3200MHz Crucial CL22 4x8GB | AMD Wraith Prism
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Useful stuff i may mention

F@H Babysitter | F@H in the Dark | HFM Setup

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11 hours ago, Bitter said:

If it's within your home network just use a VNC client/server if you want GUI remote control.

Why not just use the FAHControl program?  I use that to control a remote machine in my network and it works just like if I was sitting there.  

 

This is for local network control, I have not done anything to allow outside control.

 

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I've decided due to the end date confusion to extend the prize claiming period to the 29th to make sure everyone has a chance to claim their prize.

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3 minutes ago, vsteel said:

Why not just use the FAHControl program?  I use that to control a remote machine in my network and it works just like if I was sitting there.  

 

This is for local network control, I have not done anything to allow outside control.

 

FAHControl is only for FAH, VNC gives you a remote desktop to do anything you need to do via GUI which is handy for Windows since remote CLI stuff isn't as good for Windows as it is for Linux OS's especially if you're using Home versions of Windows.

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4 minutes ago, Bitter said:

FAHControl is only for FAH, VNC gives you a remote desktop to do anything you need to do via GUI which is handy for Windows since remote CLI stuff isn't as good for Windows as it is for Linux OS's especially if you're using Home versions of Windows.

That makes sense, I thought we were only in the context of folding.  I only use Linux so again, helps the picture come in view.

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Morning folks,

 

going to have to halt folding for a couple of days, my 4G wifi puck here has now become unstable to the point it won't stay running for an hour before it locks up, i've gone from having to reset it once per day, to two, to three, yesterday was 7 and i've reset it three times this morning each about 45m-1hr apart so i'm not sticking around for 24 resets a day.

 

Proper internet will arrive on the 30th i hope

 

cheers

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R9 3900x 4.25GHz All-Core // X570 Aorus Ultra // 32GB Predator 3200MHz // 3090 FTW3 Ultra // Meshify S2 White/Black (Foam Filter Delete)

(Upgrade in consideration: R9 5900x)

 

Folding Station - Polaris.

i7-4790k 4.8GHz // Z97X-UD5H // 32GB Dominator Platinum 2133MHz // 2080Ti Lightning Z // Define R6 (Front Panel Mod/Delete)

 

TV / LAN / VR machine - The Hiss.

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1 hour ago, yaboistar said:

going to have to halt folding for a couple of days, my 4G wifi puck here has now become unstable to the point it won't stay running for an hour before it locks up, i've gone from having to reset it once per day, to two, to three, yesterday was 7 and i've reset it three times this morning each about 45m-1hr apart so i'm not sticking around for 24 resets a day.

Well you can still fold, there will be some downtime and fewer points but what matters is some work is done :)

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1 hour ago, Kilrah said:

Well you can still fold, there will be some downtime and fewer points but what matters is some work is done :)

i'll be holding the project up as i'm at work for 10 hours a day and if it only does one unit and then spends 9 hours waiting for me to get home for it to send, y'know. Same with overnight.

get money, acquire catgirls, fold proteins

 

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Main - Zenith.
R9 3900x 4.25GHz All-Core // X570 Aorus Ultra // 32GB Predator 3200MHz // 3090 FTW3 Ultra // Meshify S2 White/Black (Foam Filter Delete)

(Upgrade in consideration: R9 5900x)

 

Folding Station - Polaris.

i7-4790k 4.8GHz // Z97X-UD5H // 32GB Dominator Platinum 2133MHz // 2080Ti Lightning Z // Define R6 (Front Panel Mod/Delete)

 

TV / LAN / VR machine - The Hiss.

R5 3600 4.25GHz All-Core // B450i Aorus Pro Wifi // 16GB Predator RGB 3200MHz // Vega64 Silver (Air) // Phanteks Evolv ITX (Front Panel Mod)

(Upgrade in consideration: R9 3900x 4.25GHz All-Core // B550i/X570i Aorus Pro Wifi // RTX 3080 XC3 Hybrid or 3080 Aero)

 

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i7-8750H // Asus FX705GM // 32GB 2400MHz // 1060 6GB

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On 11/26/2020 at 12:50 AM, jctappel67 said:

Would that work for when I'm out of town? I travel a lot.

Port Forwarding your inside systems at home to the Internet is a bad idea especially in light of some recent issues found in older folding client software.

 

You'd be better off setting up a home VPN (OpenVPN) on a NAS if you have one or use a service like Go to my PC etc.

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On 11/25/2020 at 4:11 AM, Juggy said:

Interesting, I run my 3070 and 3950X with 24 threads for Folding and my overall average score is around 3 million.

 

Remove the CPU slot and overall average is above 3.5 million. 

 

Seems the new 3xxx series cards may like a lot more horsepower from the CPU

 

I will have to monitor this for a few days/WU's to get a better idea

 

On 11/25/2020 at 11:20 AM, Gorgon said:

This will depend on the WU. Some of the recent newer WUs require calculations (Double Precision Floating Point? AVX?) that only can be done on the CPU so your GPU will block (sit idle) while the CPU does the necessary work. The more threads you have available (free) the faster these intermediate calculations can be done so the GPU can get back to work.

With my 3900x and 2070 I have found it seems that it is good to fold at around 21/24 threads on the CPU, though I am not as sure about those newer WU's. (This is on Windows 10) At least from what I have seen, I get around 2.1 Mil PPD w/o CPU folding, but around 2.3-2.4 Mil PPD with it. Should I perhaps adjust it to something more like 18 threads in light of those newer WU's that need more CPU?

 

 

On 11/26/2020 at 12:32 AM, jctappel67 said:

Just found out that Chrome Remote Desktop is a thing. Now I can manage my machines for free and without knowledge of the techno-wizardry. Just wish it didn't involve selling another portion of my soul to our greedy, sadistic benevolent overlords, but c'est la vie when you're 'poor' and not well-versed in the dark arts.

image.jpeg.aeb276808f7d6dfb3676c9c91d635f74.jpeg

 

Wish I'd known about it during the Covid-19 event and Folding Month. Would've kept me from going dark a bunch of times, but oh well. 

 

Edit: To keep Google from holding too much of my soul, I switched to a different VNC. Thanks to @Bitterand @LazyDevfor giving me the idea.

I love Chrome Remote Desktop. It's free, is pretty reliable across many different network setups, and works across tons of different platforms, including access from iOS. Plus CRD has some handy features like the ability to transfer files between the client and host pretty easily. I also like to use Parsec, but that can only be hosted on Windows 8.1+, though the client exists for Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and Android.

 

 

 

23 hours ago, vsteel said:

Why not just use the FAHControl program?  I use that to control a remote machine in my network and it works just like if I was sitting there.  

 

This is for local network control, I have not done anything to allow outside control.

 

 

23 hours ago, Bitter said:

FAHControl is only for FAH, VNC gives you a remote desktop to do anything you need to do via GUI which is handy for Windows since remote CLI stuff isn't as good for Windows as it is for Linux OS's especially if you're using Home versions of Windows.

 

5 hours ago, Gorgon said:

Port Forwarding your inside systems at home to the Internet is a bad idea especially in light of some recent issues found in older folding client software.

 

You'd be better off setting up a home VPN (OpenVPN) on a NAS if you have one or use a service like Go to my PC etc.

I have set up SSH and Port Forwarding for my stuff when I am outside of my network. That is secure where I won't have to worry about that issue they mentioned right?
I am planning to make a tutorial for the SSH stuff when I get done with setting up everything with the help from a computer engineer on the FAH Discord.

 



Question to you HFM experts: Can you transfer an entire HFM config and all of its records between computers and/or OS's? If so, how do you do that?

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10 hours ago, Collin_S said:

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Question to you HFM experts: Can you transfer an entire HFM config and all of its records between computers and/or OS's? If so, how do you do that?

C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\HFM

 

is where it appears to keep the database on my server...as it runs under the administrator account. i would assume you would copy that folder and your config file from the old computer and put in the same spots haven't had to do that yet thou.

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My EOC F@H stats | My F@H Stats | My Real time F@H Production | My Boinc Stats

My team in point Generation order:

- Bender: Corsair CARBIDE 600C | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 2600 | 32GB DDR4-3200MHz Crucial CL22 4x8GB | Noctua NH-U14H
256 GB NVME Toshiba | EVGA 2060 KO Ultra | MSI 2060 Gaming Z | Gigabyte X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING | Seasonic FOCUS Plus 1000 Gold SSR-1000FX | 55" Samsung 120Hz 3D TV

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

- Calculon (MainTower): Fractal Design Meshify S2 White |  Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 3900x | 64GB DDR4-3200 TridentZ RGB | NH-D15
2x 1TB NVME Samsung 970 Pro | AMD 5700XT XFX Rx-57XT8OFF6 | Gigabyte X570 WiFi Pro | Seasonic FOCUS Plus 750 Gold SSR-750FX | Dell U2719W & 2x D3218HN

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

- Flexo: Fractal Design Focus G | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 1400 | 32GB DDR4 3200 Team Group T-Force Dark Za

256 GB NVME Hynix | AMD RX580 XFX RX-580P8DFWR  | Gigabyte X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING | Seasonic FOCUS Plus 750 Gold SSR-750FX | Dell U2414G & U2917W

 

Honorable Mentions:

- Leela: Dell Inspiron AIO 7775 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | Ryzen 1700 | 16GB Micron DDR4-2400
1 TB NVME Crucial P1 | AMD RX580 | 330Watt ACadapter | 4K 27" LCD

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

- iZac (Server): Fractal Design Node 804 | SVR 2019 std | Ryzen 2600 | 32GB DDR4-3200MHz Crucial CL22 4x8GB | AMD Wraith Prism
1x256GB NVME TeamGroup MP33, 1x512GB NVME TeamGroup MP33, 9x4TB SATA R6 | ASROCKRACK x470D4U | RM650i PSU | NO Monitor

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

- Scooty-Puff SR: Dell G5 5505 | Windows 10 Pro | AMD RYZEN R7-4800H | 16GB DDR4-3200 | 2xPM981 1TB NVME | AMD RX5600M | 240 Watt ACadapter

- Scooty-Puff: Dell XPS 9575 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | Intel i7-8705 | 16 GB RAM DDR4-2400 (intg) | 2TB NVME Intel 660p | AMD RX VEGA M GL | 130Watt ACadapter

- Scooty-Puff-JR: Dell Latitude 5179 | Win 10 Pro 20H2 | Intel m5-6y57 | 8GB Ram | 512 GB Toshiba NVME | Intel HD Graphics 515 | 30 Watt Acadapter

 

Useful stuff i may mention

F@H Babysitter | F@H in the Dark | HFM Setup

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16 minutes ago, cbigfoot said:

C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\HFM

 

is where it appears to keep the database on my server...as it runs under the administrator account. i would assume you would copy that folder and your config file from the old computer and put in the same spots haven't had to do that yet thou.

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Thanks! But what about changing OS's? There's HFM for Linux right? Anyone know where that stores it?
I am planning on switching my PC over to linux for a bit to try and get ahead of Lucas...

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12 minutes ago, Collin_S said:

Thanks! But what about changing OS's? There's HFM for Linux right? Anyone know where that stores it?
I am planning on switching my PC over to linux for a bit to try and get ahead of Lucas...

@GorgonWould be the linux guru with HFM.

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My team in point Generation order:

- Bender: Corsair CARBIDE 600C | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 2600 | 32GB DDR4-3200MHz Crucial CL22 4x8GB | Noctua NH-U14H
256 GB NVME Toshiba | EVGA 2060 KO Ultra | MSI 2060 Gaming Z | Gigabyte X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING | Seasonic FOCUS Plus 1000 Gold SSR-1000FX | 55" Samsung 120Hz 3D TV

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

- Calculon (MainTower): Fractal Design Meshify S2 White |  Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 3900x | 64GB DDR4-3200 TridentZ RGB | NH-D15
2x 1TB NVME Samsung 970 Pro | AMD 5700XT XFX Rx-57XT8OFF6 | Gigabyte X570 WiFi Pro | Seasonic FOCUS Plus 750 Gold SSR-750FX | Dell U2719W & 2x D3218HN

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

- Flexo: Fractal Design Focus G | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 1400 | 32GB DDR4 3200 Team Group T-Force Dark Za

256 GB NVME Hynix | AMD RX580 XFX RX-580P8DFWR  | Gigabyte X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING | Seasonic FOCUS Plus 750 Gold SSR-750FX | Dell U2414G & U2917W

 

Honorable Mentions:

- Leela: Dell Inspiron AIO 7775 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | Ryzen 1700 | 16GB Micron DDR4-2400
1 TB NVME Crucial P1 | AMD RX580 | 330Watt ACadapter | 4K 27" LCD

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

- iZac (Server): Fractal Design Node 804 | SVR 2019 std | Ryzen 2600 | 32GB DDR4-3200MHz Crucial CL22 4x8GB | AMD Wraith Prism
1x256GB NVME TeamGroup MP33, 1x512GB NVME TeamGroup MP33, 9x4TB SATA R6 | ASROCKRACK x470D4U | RM650i PSU | NO Monitor

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

- Scooty-Puff SR: Dell G5 5505 | Windows 10 Pro | AMD RYZEN R7-4800H | 16GB DDR4-3200 | 2xPM981 1TB NVME | AMD RX5600M | 240 Watt ACadapter

- Scooty-Puff: Dell XPS 9575 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | Intel i7-8705 | 16 GB RAM DDR4-2400 (intg) | 2TB NVME Intel 660p | AMD RX VEGA M GL | 130Watt ACadapter

- Scooty-Puff-JR: Dell Latitude 5179 | Win 10 Pro 20H2 | Intel m5-6y57 | 8GB Ram | 512 GB Toshiba NVME | Intel HD Graphics 515 | 30 Watt Acadapter

 

Useful stuff i may mention

F@H Babysitter | F@H in the Dark | HFM Setup

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I'm #1600 on the LTT team finally. With the Vega56 off the climb has slowed substantially. I scored the R5 2600 for the stepmother build so when that comes in the 1650 goes into that computer, there may be a slide down in the ranks with just the P106-100 folding. I've been looking off and on for something, there's been a few really cheap P106-90's but they're not very good I hear.

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Setting up SSH or a vpn work great for F@H.  I personally run SSH with port forwarding to my local system when I want to check on the control.  Then I never have to open anything else on the remote box, and it acts as if it is local, so the remote system can keep everything completely blocked in the firewall, as well as only the single port forward to ssh.

 

ssh -p <ssh_port_here> user@remote.server.com -L 36331:localhost:36330

 

Then just add it locally in the FAHControl program with port 36331 (the default local one is 36330).

If the ssh connection is up, you see and can control it as if it were local in FAHControl.  If the ssh is down, it shows as connection inactive.

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34 minutes ago, Bitter said:

I'm #1600 on the LTT team finally. With the Vega56 off the climb has slowed substantially. I scored the R5 2600 for the stepmother build so when that comes in the 1650 goes into that computer, there may be a slide down in the ranks with just the P106-100 folding. I've been looking off and on for something, there's been a few really cheap P106-90's but they're not very good I hear.

go cheap turing. second hand 2060

get money, acquire catgirls, fold proteins

 

systems:

Spoiler

Main - Zenith.
R9 3900x 4.25GHz All-Core // X570 Aorus Ultra // 32GB Predator 3200MHz // 3090 FTW3 Ultra // Meshify S2 White/Black (Foam Filter Delete)

(Upgrade in consideration: R9 5900x)

 

Folding Station - Polaris.

i7-4790k 4.8GHz // Z97X-UD5H // 32GB Dominator Platinum 2133MHz // 2080Ti Lightning Z // Define R6 (Front Panel Mod/Delete)

 

TV / LAN / VR machine - The Hiss.

R5 3600 4.25GHz All-Core // B450i Aorus Pro Wifi // 16GB Predator RGB 3200MHz // Vega64 Silver (Air) // Phanteks Evolv ITX (Front Panel Mod)

(Upgrade in consideration: R9 3900x 4.25GHz All-Core // B550i/X570i Aorus Pro Wifi // RTX 3080 XC3 Hybrid or 3080 Aero)

 

Laptop / Mobile Workstation

i7-8750H // Asus FX705GM // 32GB 2400MHz // 1060 6GB

Spoiler

Partner's Bastard Box - Sundae.

i5-8600K // Asus Prime Z370-M Plus // 16GB Vengeance LPX 3200MHz // 1080Ti FE // Meshify C Mini (Foam Filter Delete)

 

 

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9 hours ago, justpoet said:

Setting up SSH or a vpn work great for F@H.  I personally run SSH with port forwarding to my local system when I want to check on the control.  Then I never have to open anything else on the remote box, and it acts as if it is local, so the remote system can keep everything completely blocked in the firewall, as well as only the single port forward to ssh.

 

ssh -p <ssh_port_here> user@remote.server.com -L 36331:localhost:36330

 

Then just add it locally in the FAHControl program with port 36331 (the default local one is 36330).

If the ssh connection is up, you see and can control it as if it were local in FAHControl.  If the ssh is down, it shows as connection inactive.

That's basically what I am doing, but with the way my stuff is set up I had it going through a 1 core linux droplet for now until I have something else set up, and I am using keys and such. Plus I am using Putty some and doing things so that stuff can be controlled on both my desktop and laptop. 

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11 hours ago, yaboistar said:

go cheap turing. second hand 2060

There aren't any cheap 2060's until the 3060 is restocked twice because scalpers and miners. Won't be till a few months I expect.

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