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There is an SMP client for multiple processor/core machines that will result in much higher point totals. I can post some more details if anyone is interested. It looks like the "Easy" way to do it is using a virtual machine with Linux running on it. This seems like a little more effort than I want to go for, but the points are dramatically higher.

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    Originally posted by Guru Zim
    I can post some more details if anyone is interested.


I am interested.



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http://folding.stanford.edu/FAQ-SMP.html

Ok, so they support two platforms: MacOSX and 64 Bit Linux.

You can run the 64 bit Linux version inside of a virtual machine on a Windows machine. Both Microsoft and VMWare have free virtual machine software that you can use.

Looks like this is supposed to be a good reference for getting this set up:

http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=494925





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Welcome to the team, brick!




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Thanks,

would have been here much sooner if I had figured out that shutting my new laptop, also shut down the hardrive.

Its plugging away now.
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