Can't keep BOINC from deleting the aarch-64-Linux cpu application?

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Message 2029110 - Posted: 25 Jan 2020, 3:41:40 UTC

I had to reload the software on the Nano. Made sure to backup the Einstein and Seti directories first which have my app_info.xml configurations.

I am running fine on both the cpu and gpu application for Einstein.

I am running fine on the gpu application for Seti.

But for some reason every time I start BOINC, it deletes the Seti aarch64-Linux cpu application. Without the app, it won't ask for cpu work.

I have even edited the app_version section for the cpu into both the client_state.xml and client_state_prev.xml before restarting BOINC. I have checked for typos. I can not figure out why the client_state and the app_info don't agree and causes the client to delete the app.

The app is the setiathome_8.02_aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu application.

Is this still the current application or has the project changed it within the past week?
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