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Originally Posted by fishtoprecords
OK, there has to be some graphical display utilities that can show cool folding progress. Years ago SETI had some screensavers that showed the FFT output.
I can't figure out what the eqivalent thing is for F@H.
Where should I look?
Ubuntu/debian hosts, usually, altho I may fire up a Windoze box or two that are laying arround unused.
There are some graphical displays for the older clients, and the newer beta ones are not sorted out yet.
If you are trying to fold in earnest then do not run any graphical client, they just take up resources that slow your folding down. If you want to track progress on your folding run something like fahmon that gives you progress stats on your client(s).