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Message 543250 - Posted: 9 Apr 2007, 17:53:12 UTC

Some litte failure...
Alex has optimized clients for G4, G5, Intel Core and Intel Core2Duo(and Xeons like the MacPros).
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Message 577592 - Posted: 29 May 2007, 1:04:35 UTC - in response to Message 326140.  

Some people did not know of the existance and state of the different ports for other, not offical supported ports of SETI Enhanced for other platforms.



Thank you so MUCH!!! It was giving me the bogus error that my platform was unrecognized.
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Message 577934 - Posted: 29 May 2007, 14:49:46 UTC - in response to Message 577592.  

Hi,

Here are some new optimized apps for alternative platforms based on the 2.3A source tree of the "chicken app".

They were ported to 64-bit Linux by me and have produced reliable and accurate results in all tests.

Performance is far better than any 64-bit app on IA64 and Alpha.
Improvements are in the range of 30 to 60%.

The IA64 app beat's the one from stefan urbat by allmost 50% and the alpha app is 50% faster than a build from the 5.17 source tree.

for Alpha EV67 runing Linux (EV6) This one runs on EV67 cpus and might run on EV6,but it's untested.

for Intel ITANIUM running Linux This one runs on any Itanium CPU.

Both downloads include a text file about the host it was build on and the library dependencies. Make sure you have a look at it first !

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Next one will be SPARC64 running linux.

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Message 580529 - Posted: 3 Jun 2007, 0:14:40 UTC - in response to Message 577934.  
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Hi,

Here are some new optimized apps for FreeBSD based on the 2.3A source tree of the "chicken app".

They were ported to 32-bit FreeBSD 6.2, all compiled with ICC 9.1, FFT is FFTW3 3.1.2 Alpha.

Here are the links:

FreeBSD SSE

FreeBSD SSE2

FreeBSD SSE3


P.S. i would appreciate some comments about those in this thread.

Porting 2.2B "chicken app" to alt. platforms

Thanks.


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Message 588809 - Posted: 18 Jun 2007, 22:30:47 UTC - in response to Message 580529.  
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Hi,

Here is a new optimized app. for HPUX 11.11 on PARISC based on the 2.4 source tree of the "chicken app" ready for Multi Beam WUs.


1. Ported to HPUX on PARISC 2.0 , all compiled with HPs native C++ (aCC), FFT is FFTW3 3.1.2 Alpha.

2.4 MultiBeam for HPUX PARISC 2.0

2. Ported to HPUX on Itanium, HP-GCC 4.1.0 vectorization enabled, FFT is FFTW3 3.1.2 Alpha.

2.4 MultiBeam for HPUX Itanium IA64


P.S. i would appreciate some comments about the app. in this thread Porting 2.2B "chicken app" to alt. platforms
or over at Lunatics.at
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Message 616964 - Posted: 9 Aug 2007, 13:30:03 UTC
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The new multibeam applications are released for Windows and Linux which do a lot of more finer analysis of the data.

From a post from Matt from the technical news forum :
Jeff returned today and we all tackled getting the new multibeam client out. So the Windows version has been released, in case you haven't noticed. A Linux version, and a working Mac version (should be recompiled eventually) are also available. This client will chew on classic work until multibeam data becomes available. Speaking of that, Jeff and I are working on the splitter now. We actually fired one up, and a few hundred multibeam workunits went out to the public, but we're still doing work on the automation backend and otherwise, so don't expect a flood of new work just yet. Besides, we really should get the formal press release in order before we dive all the way into the new data. In any event: Woo-hoo!!
- Matt



I have build binaries for the new multibeam applications for HP-UX (11i V.1..V.3) on PARISC 32 bit, 64 bit and IA64. Till Stefan has notput them on his website, the binaries are available from my site.
Other plaforms following asap...
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Message 618012 - Posted: 11 Aug 2007, 13:53:34 UTC - in response to Message 616964.  
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HPUX 11.0 PARISC 32 bit, 64 bit and Linux IA64 binaries ready to use.
More ports for other platforms following asap...
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Message 622292 - Posted: 18 Aug 2007, 23:42:44 UTC

I have build binaries for the new multibeam applications for HP-UX (11i V.1..V.3) on PARISC 32 bit, 64 bit and IA64. Till Stefan has not put them on his website, the binaries are available from my site.
Other platforms following asap...

HPUX 11.0 PARISC 32 bit, 64 bit and Linux IA64 binaries ready to use.
More ports for other platforms following asap...

NetBSD i386 binaries are available now, too.
Also a new frontpage with links to all binaries is now avaiable : www.dotsch.de/seti .
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Message 664989 - Posted: 23 Oct 2007, 10:10:15 UTC
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hello everybody,

I'm always dreaming about a Boinc client for Aix systems ;)

If you have a little time, maybe you could try to compile the sources here : http://www.polarhome.com/service/shell/aix/index.php3

It gives an access to an Aix 5L server ... hoping there are gcc libs or whatever installed !

thanks a lot for your attention :)

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edit : mmmm I didn't see but it costs 10 local currency to access the developpement environnement :/
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Message 665285 - Posted: 23 Oct 2007, 22:46:05 UTC - in response to Message 664989.  

The AIX problems resulting not from a missing account. There was a lot of problems with the BOINC client and the SETI application. The BOINC client was compilable and running with some modifications, but the SETI application never did worked correctly, so we never released the binaries. But we are still working on it...
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Message 665635 - Posted: 24 Oct 2007, 9:31:00 UTC

Hello Dotsch, thanks for your answer.

Ok I thought it was also the boinc client that was not compilable ! Sorry :)

Then maybe other projects clients could be more easily compilable like Hydrogen@Home and so on ? I know I'm asking a lot but it would be wonderfull if my Aix systems could crunch again :)


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Message 691750 - Posted: 15 Dec 2007, 15:04:20 UTC
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I was able to compile the BOINC client and SETI Enhanced Mutlibeam application for AIX 5. The binaries are now avialable at www.dotsch.de/boinc.
Special thanks to [AF>HFR>RR] jm@rc !
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Message 691925 - Posted: 16 Dec 2007, 9:31:02 UTC
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I thank you too Dotsch :)
My Aix servers are crunching again !

ps : maybe you should edit the first post too.
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Message 693775 - Posted: 22 Dec 2007, 18:31:04 UTC
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Time to make another update...


Stefan Urbat ; BOINC clients and SETI Enhanced applications
http://www.lb.shuttle.de/apastron/boincDown.shtml :
- Solaris x86 (i686 and AMD64)
- Solaris SPARC BOINC client 5.4.9 and SETI App for UltraSPARC I/II and IIIi
- Linux on AMD64 (Opteron), Itanium (IA64), PPC and Power CPUs, SPARC and Alpha
- HPUX 10.20/11.0/11i (V1 and V2.) on PARISC
- HPUX 11i (V.1 and V.2) on IA64 (Itanium)
- FreeBSD i386 and Alpha
- NetBSD i386
- OpenBSD i386

FreeBSD Ports ; BOINC Clients and SETI Enhanced Multibeam applications
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/ports.cgi?query=boinc-setiathome&stype=all
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/ports.cgi?query=boinc&stype=all
- FreeBSD, source via the FreeBSD Ports

Yuri Dario ; BOINC Client and SETI Enhanced application
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/seti-warp/message/1467
- OS/2 i386

Nekochan ; BOINC Client and SETI Enanched application
http://www.nekochan.net/nekoware/index.php?path=current/
- Irix

Chicken/Lunatics ; SETI Enhanced Multibeam and SETI Enhanced applications
http://lunatics.kwsn.net/index.php?module=Downloads
- FreeBSD i386
- HP-UX PARISC and IA64
- Linux Alpha, IA64, x86, x86_64
- Windows IA64, x86, x86_64

Alex Kan ; SETI Enhanced Multibeam applications
http://tbp.berkeley.edu/~alexkan/seti/
- MacOS X optimized for G4 and G5, Intel CoreDuo, Core2Duo and Xeon

Debian Linux ; BOINC and SETI Enhanced applications
Ports for all platforms which are supported
- BOINC Client : http://packages.debian.org/boinc-client
- BOINC manager : http://packages.debian.org/boinc-manager
- SETI application : http://packages.debian.org/boinc-app-seti

SETI@SummoneR.mikrocomp.hu ; BOINC client and SETI Enhanced application
http://www.mikrocomp.hu/seti
- OpenBSD on AMD64 (Opteron)

smlug@seti ; SETI Enhanced Multibeam applications
http://seti.smlug.net/downloads.php?lang=en
- Solaris x86 on AMD64 and Pentium4
- Solaris SPARC for UltraSPARC II or better

Gaurav Khanna ; SETI Enhanced application
http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=39910
- Linux on PS3. The application uses the SPEs of the PS3.

Lars Bausch ; BOINC Clients, SETI Enhanced Mulitbeam and SETI Enhanced applications
www.dotsch.de/boinc
- AIX 5.x on Power and PowerPC
- FreeBSD Alpha and i386
- HP-UX 11.0 and 11i on PARISC and IA64
- Linux Alpha, HP PARISC, IA64, Power/PowerPC/PS3, SPARC
- NetBSD i386
- OpenBSD i386
- SCO UnixWare and OpenServer LKP
- Solaris x86 and SPARC


The ports for TRU64 and OpenBSD SPARC are still in work.


The most third party binaries are listed on the boinc third party site (boinc.berkeley.edu/download_other.php), too.
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Message 765325 - Posted: 9 Jun 2008, 17:13:44 UTC - in response to Message 693775.  
Last modified: 9 Jun 2008, 17:14:57 UTC

Time to make another update...


Stefan Urbat ; BOINC clients and SETI Enhanced applications
http://www.lb.shuttle.de/apastron/boincDown.shtml :
- Solaris x86 (i686 and AMD64)
- Solaris SPARC BOINC client 5.4.9 and SETI App for UltraSPARC I/II and IIIi
- Linux on AMD64 (Opteron), Itanium (IA64), PPC and Power CPUs, SPARC and Alpha
- HPUX 10.20/11.0/11i (V1 and V2.) on PARISC
- HPUX 11i (V.1 and V.2) on IA64 (Itanium)
- FreeBSD i386 and Alpha
- NetBSD i386
- OpenBSD i386

FreeBSD Ports ; BOINC Clients and SETI Enhanced Multibeam applications
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/ports.cgi?query=boinc-setiathome&stype=all
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/ports.cgi?query=boinc&stype=all
- FreeBSD, source via the FreeBSD Ports

Yuri Dario ; BOINC Client and SETI Enhanced application
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/seti-warp/message/1467
- OS/2 i386

Nekochan ; BOINC Client and SETI Enanched application
http://www.nekochan.net/nekoware/index.php?path=current/
- Irix

Chicken/Lunatics ; SETI Enhanced Multibeam and SETI Enhanced applications
http://lunatics.kwsn.net/index.php?module=Downloads
- FreeBSD i386
- HP-UX PARISC and IA64
- Linux Alpha, IA64, x86, x86_64
- Windows IA64, x86, x86_64

Alex Kan ; SETI Enhanced Multibeam applications
http://tbp.berkeley.edu/~alexkan/seti/
- MacOS X optimized for G4 and G5, Intel CoreDuo, Core2Duo and Xeon

Debian Linux ; BOINC and SETI Enhanced applications
Ports for all platforms which are supported
- BOINC Client : http://packages.debian.org/boinc-client
- BOINC manager : http://packages.debian.org/boinc-manager
- SETI application : http://packages.debian.org/boinc-app-seti

SETI@SummoneR.mikrocomp.hu ; BOINC client and SETI Enhanced application
http://www.mikrocomp.hu/seti
- OpenBSD on AMD64 (Opteron)

smlug@seti ; SETI Enhanced Multibeam applications
http://seti.smlug.net/downloads.php?lang=en
- Solaris x86 on AMD64 and Pentium4
- Solaris SPARC for UltraSPARC II or better

Gaurav Khanna ; SETI Enhanced application
http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=39910
- Linux on PS3. The application uses the SPEs of the PS3.

Lars Bausch ; BOINC Clients, SETI Enhanced Mulitbeam and SETI Enhanced applications
www.dotsch.de/boinc
- AIX 5.x on Power and PowerPC
- DragonFly BSD on i386
- FreeBSD Alpha and i386
- HP-UX 10.20, 11.0 and 11i on PARISC and IA64
- Irix >6.5.22
- Linux Alpha, HP PARISC, IA64, MIPS, Power/PowerPC/PS3, SPARC, zSeries
- NetBSD i386, Power/PowerPC, x86_64
- OpenBSD i386
- SCO UnixWare and OpenServer LKP
- Solaris x86 and SPARC
- TRU64

Tobias Neumann ; BOINC Client and SETI@home Enhanced Mutlibeam
http://tobias-neumann.eu/boinc/
- OpenBSD PPC/Power

Rechenaugust ; BOINC Clients for SuSE Linux
http://www.rechenaugust.de/boinc/
- SuSE Linux 10.x on x86 and x86_64

The ports for TRU64 OpenBSD SPARC are still in work.


The most third party binaries are listed on the boinc third party site (boinc.berkeley.edu/download_other.php), too.
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Message 790508 - Posted: 31 Jul 2008, 18:29:51 UTC
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Since 25th July a additional new application for the SETI@home project was released.
For the binary availability for other platforms, have a look into this forum thread
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Message 834860 - Posted: 27 Nov 2008, 10:58:37 UTC

I've released a SETI@home application (and a BOINC client) for FreeBSD on SPARC64.
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Message 836190 - Posted: 1 Dec 2008, 17:45:17 UTC

I've released a SETI@home application for OpenBSD on Alpha CPUs, and Solaris SPARC on v8 (HyperSPARC/SuperSPARC) and v9 (UltraSPARC) CPUs.
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Message 855600 - Posted: 20 Jan 2009, 1:04:19 UTC - in response to Message 326140.  

Why such focus on x86?
What would be nice would be an x64 port for OpenBSD

TIA...
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Message 855721 - Posted: 20 Jan 2009, 11:14:29 UTC - in response to Message 855600.  

Why such focus on x86?
What would be nice would be an x64 port for OpenBSD

A SETI application for x64 is still available. The Astropulse application for x64 openbsd is in work. - The cause for the delay is that x64 on OpenBSD not so common would be used in the past.
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