> I'm trying to run setiathome here through a proxy but only one is
> allowed to register itself at a time it seems. Any time a second
> machine tries to work, it fails. Anyone having this problem? It's
> irregardless of the linux or windows client.
I have about 100 machines, including 40-odd Linux boxes, running
SETI at Home at the moment. Almost all of them are going through a proxy,
with no problems.
They do have to be run from separate directories, of course.
Colm Buckley B.A. B.F. # colm at tuatha.orgcolm.buckley at tcd.iecolm at computer.org
Department of Computer Science # +353 87 2469146 # whois cb3765
Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland. # http://www.tuatha.org/~colm/
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