Boinc Cannot Connect To Localhost
This happens only with 7.2.33, if I downgrade boinc to 7.0.65 "localhost" works, so I don't think to a firewall/hostnames configuration problem. [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1048545] Migrated-From: http://boinc.berkeley.edu/trac/ticket/1335 romw self-assigned this Feb 4, 2015 Comment 4 Fedora Update System 2013-12-27 00:58:53 EST boinc-client-7.2.33-2.git1994cc8.fc20 has been pushed to the Fedora 20 stable repository. There ain't no Sanity Clause!ID: 28008 · AgelessVolunteer moderatorProject administratorHelp desk expertSendmessage Joined: 29 Aug 05Posts: 11150 Message 28177 - Posted: 20 Oct 2009, 21:53:50 UTC Last modified: 20 Oct 2009, I have a debug version of BOINC that should catch the crashing client... this contact form
Provide read/write access for all files and directories under /var/lib/boinc (and this directory itself) to users belonging to boinc group. 4. Message #5 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Julien Palard <[email protected]> To: Debian Bug Tracking System
Boinc Unable To Connect To The Core Client
Could you bear to go back to the machine (without being tempted to throw a brick through the screen), and use Task Manager to examine what BOINC or boinc-project tasks might SortOldest firstNewest firstHighest rated posts first Author Message fazelSendmessage Joined: 14 Feb 13Posts: 50 Message 47789 - Posted: 17 Feb 2013, 10:46:42 UTC Last modified: 17 Feb 2013, 11:17:47 UTC Hello Though it works easily enough here. Last modified: 23 Apr 2007 6:22:18 UTCIf you are running Ubuntu, you need the boinc-client as well as the manager.
Could it be the wrong system date and time that is causing the trouble? I'll forward this post to the developers. 9. Then I did a yum update. You only have to put a password if you're trying remote access.
I have tried several means to \"bring up\" the project; nothing works. No, create an account now. Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Software > Distributed Computing https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/linux-boinc-cant-connect-to-localhost.2133499/ I've never created then attached to a project via boinccmd, but the manual says: Step 1) --create_account URL email password name which in full could be boinccmd --create_account www.myproject.org [email protected] mypassword
I also tried to open the same port for UDP (I haven't seen specified whether it's an UDP or TCP port, though I guessed it was TCP). I got my other PC reinstalled with Linux. Install last stable version of boinc client and manager from official Fedora 19 repositories. 2. It seemed to install okay, so I checked the "Launch BOINC Manager" check box and clicked the Finish button.
Boinccmd Can't Connect To Localhost
Reply With Quote 28-Apr-2013,05:59 #2 akaper View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Busy Penguin Join Date Jan 2009 Location The Netherlands Posts 371 Re: How to start The time now is 22:42. © 2015 SUSE, All Rights Reserved. Boinc Unable To Connect To The Core Client In a terminal I used the following command to check that a BOINC process was running: Code: ps aux | grep boinc username 23036 0.0 0.0 8328 860 pts/1 S+ 22:47 Boinc Command Line Run boincmgr.
How vivid is the letting go of knowledge, where experience ends. weblink Am using free mail account, so, no spam filter. ____________ ID: 17675 | Rating: 0 | rate: / Reply [AF>Linux]Arnaud Linux]Arnaud a private message>Send message Joined: Sep 17 05Posts: 38ID: 300Credit: Unfortunately, up to now, no one else successfully reproduced this bug. This time no mentions of "could not connect to localhost".
If you want to be 100% sure, just reboot the system after everything is done. 8. Oh and by the way, never received any email with password. Copy sent to Debian BOINC Maintainers
by typing |/usr/sbin/usermod -G boinc -a username| 3. *with older versions* the procedure is a bit more complicated: Boinc (the user named boinc) owns /var/lib/boinc/ and all the files and directories After I manually deleted all the WU data for the project, and restarted the BOINC Manager, Boinc.exe started up and nestat shows it sitting on TCP port 31416. I opened the Windows Firewall and allowed program access for both the BOINC Client and the BOINC Manager.
I figured that I could then safely (re)install the most current version (6.6.38).
If you elected to have Linux start the daemon at boot time (see step 3 in section Basic installation), logout and reboot Linux now and login under your normal user account. In more detail: after loading the BOINC Manager from a terminal the first time, it displays in its window "retrieving current status". If you do only the basic installation as described above, BOINC manager will not be able to automatically connect to the client. Jakub Just asked someone to find it and no luck.
disable the password at all [*not recommended*] To make the GUI passwordless, do "echo > /var/lib/boinc/gui_rpc_auth.cfg" (which replaces the contents of the file with a newline) and then restart boinc-client (with You signed out in another tab or window. The last time this happened, I rolled back to an earlier version. http://cmptp.com/connect-to/bb-msn-cannot-connect-to-server.html Send a report that this bug log contains spam.
It did work for a short while, but for some reason, it has stopped working again. I opened Internet Explorer --> Tools --> Internet Options --> Connections tab --> LAN settings. Is it because it's the Home Basic version of Vista? Desktop AMD A6-3650 APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics, Leap 42.1 Laptop HP Compaq 6710b, 64-bit, openSUSE Tumbleweed Reply With Quote 05-May-2013,13:16 #8 MikeRgs View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries
It would be easy with WinXP, but not the case. So, this bug is for the bogus message "Cannot connect to client". I am running The Lattice Project as one of my 35 projects, but it has no active tasks at this moment, so I don't know if I should still delete its Set up your accounts To use the GUI to set up your accounts and monitor progress: * Start "boincmgr" on the command line or select Applications -> System Tools -> Boinc
Maybe reinstalling the GPU driver will make it work #2 somethingsketchy, Jan 7, 2011 Ken g6 Programming Moderator, Elite Member Moderator Joined: Dec 11, 1999 Messages: 12,050 Likes Received: 117 It displays the headings, but never finishes or returns to the command prompt, even after 15 minutes. Message #25 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: MestreLion