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Yoyo@home distributed computing project brings existing distributed computing projects to the Boinc world using the Boinc Wrapper technology. Join our community grid.

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  • Chemnitz Linux Days 2014
    I will be on the Chemnitz Linux Days 2014 from ...

    Chemnitz Linux Days 2014

    I will be on the Chemnitz Linux Days 2014 from 15.-16.3. in Chemnitz Germany. Rechenkraft.net has a booth in the main hall where you can meet me and other Rechenkraft.net people. The "Chemnitz Linux Days" is a conference that deals with Linux and Open Source Software. It is open for everyone, novices and experts alike.
    Created: March 13, 2014, 11 p.m. (modified): March 13, 2014, 11 p.m.

  • OWS: Optimized Version for Sandybridge
    We released an optimized version for Intel Sandybridge architecture. Read ...

    OWS: Optimized Version for Sandybridge

    We released an optimized version for Intel Sandybridge architecture. Read more about it in our forum.
    Created: April 13, 2014, 10 p.m. (modified): April 13, 2014, 10 p.m.

  • OGR-27: official results
    Dear friends, distributed.net is proud to announce the completion of ...

    OGR-27: official results

    Dear friends, distributed.net is proud to announce the completion of OGR-27! It is almost five years ago to the day that we began on this exciting journey. Almost 20,000 of you joined us.. without whom, it would have been impossible. We have proven conclusively by the exhaustive search of all possible rulers that the previously predicted 27-mark ruler is indeed the most optimal one. We were confident that we would find a more optimal ruler during this search, but it was not to be. We expected it to take us seven years to complete this awesome task but thanks to your efforts recruiting your friends and co-workers to our effort and a little help from Moore’s Law, we did it in five. The best known ruler is 27/3-12-26-25-29-2-9-36-10-68-1-4-17-53-35-8-16-28-6-14-13-71-18-19-23-7 (length 553). Represented the other way, this is marks at positions 0 3 15 41 66 95 97 106 142 152 220 221 225 242 295 330 338 354 382 388 402 415 486 504 523 546 553. In total, we verified 302,621,586 unique stubs (2,526 with 3-diffs, 179,120 with 4-diffs, 6,457,815 with 5-diffs and 295,982,125 with 6-diffs), requiring each to have been completed at least two times independently and with an identical node count. Additionally, due to a client implementation bug in some early clients, we required all stubs to have been verified at least once by a client greater than v2.9109.518. This delayed us by a few weeks towards the end of the project but was necessary to ensure that no work was skipped. The shortest ruler was sent to us 11 times, with one user completing it twice. I will be writing to this user directly for some help picking lottery numbers! We will be sending some distributed.net swag to the lucky winners and hope that you will join us as we move on to our next challenge! (from http://blogs.distributed.net/2014/02/25/16/09/mikereed/)
    Created: Feb. 26, 2014, 11 p.m. (modified): Feb. 26, 2014, 11 p.m.

  • OddWeirdSearch continues
    I released some workunits for Linux 64 systems as test. ...

    OddWeirdSearch continues

    I released some workunits for Linux 64 systems as test. We now attack a range up to 1028.
    Created: Feb. 22, 2014, 11 p.m. (modified): Feb. 22, 2014, 11 p.m.

  • OddWeirdSearch: report on new stage of our search
    Check the posting about information from the author about the ...

    OddWeirdSearch: report on new stage of our search

    Check the posting about information from the author about the next stage.
    Created: Feb. 26, 2014, 11 p.m. (modified): Feb. 26, 2014, 11 p.m.

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Supported platforms

  • linux-32-bitDistributed computing supported client platform. Linux (32-bit) Yoyo@home can run on Linux (32-bit).
  • linux-64-bitDistributed computing supported client platform. Linux (64-bit) Yoyo@home can run on Linux (64-bit).
  • mac-os-x-1040Distributed computing supported client platform. Mac OS X (10.4.0+) Yoyo@home can run on Mac OS X (10.4.0+).
  • windows-2000xpvista7-32-bitDistributed computing supported client platform. Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 (32-bit) Yoyo@home can run on Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 (32-bit).
  • windows-2000xpvista7-64-bitDistributed computing supported client platform. Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 (64-bit) Yoyo@home can run on Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 (64-bit).

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