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gamepyrate wrote:Stability is awesome, at least with the FAH client. (The Slave.exe that I am running on it from Remote-Anything crashes occasionally when I'm accessing the computer from this one, but nothing else slows down). It is rather slow though, taking like I don't know how long to finish 1 wu--24 hours-36hours? Nothing bragable, but it runs coolly and is very stable. I actually already set those exact settings on it hehe.
Oh--and is running the graphical client faster/slower/indifferent to running the console client (in service mode)?
you should seriously consider getting behind a firewall. do you have cable broadband, that is through a gateway, and ethernet via cat5/ rj45 plugs? or is there a cable modem in a pci slot?
gamepyrate wrote:you should seriously consider getting behind a firewall. do you have cable broadband, that is through a gateway, and ethernet via cat5/ rj45 plugs? or is there a cable modem in a pci slot?
I run ADSL and I do have a Linksys BEFSR11 (or something) router/firewall, hooked up to a 5-port D-Link Switch. I do however leave at least one computer on the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ area) so that WAN computers may connect directly to it, and on that computer (which is currently the XP2400+ because my Dell is down) I have Windows' firewall blocking all ports but through port 80, which is the port to my remote access program. I will definitely look into this ultra VNC program though, thank you much.
gamepyrate wrote:I have friends' computers connect to mine so that I can check up on their comps and do whatever whenever they've got problems... using Remote-Anything slaves connecting to the directory server computer at my house. I hope to have a webserver eventually, if my Dell ever works again (I just have been too lazy to work on it hehe)
gamepyrate wrote:Well sodsm live, here is my full system specs:
Shuttle AK37GT/R KT400 board
Athlon XP 2400+
256mb of Kingmax RAM, 256mb of I can't remember, like Tiny or something RAM.
GeForce1 w/ 32mb SDR
Two 80gig 8mb cache WD's on RAID
One Quantum 40gig 2mb cache
That's about it I guess.
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