- Fixed a problem that made lin-seti crash when starting
as daemon on system power up...
- lin-seti-status.sh script has been updated.
- Added detection of AMD Athlon64 processors.
Only bug fixes:
- Craigs Medley <email@example.com> fixed
a bug that prevented lin-seti to work correctly with
user home installations... Bug also reported by
Frank Bax <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Craigs Medley <email@example.com>
updated the lin-seti-status.sh script to its
latest revision, added configuration options
for it into the lin-setirc file.
A few bug fixes in here,
as well as various enhancements...
grab it shile it is hot!
- updated redhat script
(script provided by Jing Tuo <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
- added debian init script
(script and debian info by Matthias Grimm)
- removed ALL memory leaks
lin-seti 0.7.4 introduced a nasty bug that made lin-seti
segfault under certain circumstances. So I released bugfix release 0.7.5.
Sorry folks, it was my fault. Credits for finding the bug go to
Jay Zach <email@example.com>.
- Fixed a bug that made lin-seti segfault because of
missing checks when reading files from disk, thanks
to Jing Tuo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Fixed a bug in cache enlargement: directories created
had wrong permissions, thus preventing non-root
users that installed lin-seti to access them, thanks to
Matt Barras <email@example.com>
Bugfix (and feature) release.
Hopefully this version fixes all crashes and segfaults.
This release fixes a bug introduced in version 0.7.1 that prevented it from funning on Sparc (and maybe other) machines. lin-seti is a command-line program allowing to mantain a cache of work units for the Seti@Home client. Written in C, it should run on most unix-like systems, including linux. It is designed to be cache-compatible with 'Seti Driver' for Windows.
performance release, rewrote many internal functions in order to improve speed and reduce overhead.
This version sports major changes in the cache management system in order to achieve 100% compatibility with SETI Driver.
I also tweaked the Makefile to make it aware of Gentoo Linux CFLAGS.
Note: SETI Driver must be version 188.8.131.52 or higher for this to work. Previous versions were not aware of other cache managers.
This includes only minor tweaks in Makefile to add support for the Gento Linux ebuild system
This is a bugfix release...
Also adds support for Makefile, with automatic detection of CPU for compilation optimizations and different install for root/normal users.
This is the first public release of lin-seti