[Wine] Re: Wine's seti@home team
cave.dnb at tiscali.fr
Mon Dec 19 18:40:37 CST 2005
On Tuesday 20 December 2005 01:23, Ivan Leo Puoti wrote:
> Nigel Henry wrote:
> > Ivan. I thought you were looking for folks to join the team. I know I
> > can
> > install from a source tarball, but with no GUI.
> Both seti at home boinc and classic have linux binary versions, with GUI, I'm
> not sure why you would want to rebuild it yourself.
> I'm waiting on a reply from
> > the Seti at Home forum for a URL for KBoincSpy. I'd prefer to be running
> > Boinc on Wine. Is it possible to install Boinc on Wine using another
> > browser, presumably for the GUI, rather than being forced to install MS
> > IE on Wine. I would like to join the wine team running Boinc, but have no
> > intentions of insulting my Linux install by installing the webrowser with
> > the most severe security problems on the planet anywhere near any of my
> > Linux distro's.
> Then use the linux version, it provides a gui and doesn't require any
> browser at all.
Hi Ivan. This is just fine. If I can get a binary install of Boinc with GUI, I
will run that. But, excuse me if I've lost the plot here, but your initial
posting to wine-users at winehq.com said.
Hello, I would like to ask all users running seti at home to join wine's team.
Now I may just be very stupid, but seeing a post to the wine-users list asking
for folks running seti at home to join wine's team. Logically you appeared to be
asking for folks who were running the Windows version of Boinc under Wine on
a Linux based machine to join Wine's team as a sort of challenge to the
Windows users that are running Boinc.
I would still prefer to run Boinc on Wine, more to try out Wine's
capabilities. I'm also trying various music apps left over from my Windows
days. Some work on Wine, Some don't. It's all a bit of an academic exercise,
but definately without IE coming into the equation. Nigel.
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