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This package contains the BOINC Manager, a graphical monitor and control utility for the BOINC core client. It gives a detailed overview of the state of the client it is monitoring, for example it shows attached projects, running tasks or file transfers between the client and project servers. It also shows statistics about granted credits and disk usage of the client and the projects. The BOINC Manager has two modes of operation, the "Simple View" in which it only displays the most important information and the "Advanced View" in which all information and all control elements are available.
For active participation in any BOINC project the recommended boinc-client package, not the boinc-manager, is required for every machine contributing.
BOINC Manager for Debian ======================== This README file discusses some topics that are specific to Debian's version of the BOINC Manager. Additional information is available on the Debian Wiki: http://wiki.debian.org/BOINC Setting the default web browser ------------------------------- Debian's BOINC Manager uses a more reliable way to determine the web browser by using the sensi more»
boincmgr(1) boincmgr(1) NAME boincmgr - The graphical BOINC manager for the core client. SYNOPSIS boincmgr [--verbose] [-s] [-b BOINC_ARGS] [-i] boincmgr [-h | --help] DESCRIPTION The BOINC manager (boincmgr) is a controling and monitoring utility for the BOINC core client (boinc(1)). OPTIONS A full summ more»
boinc (6.10.58+dfsg-3) unstable; urgency=low [ Steffen Moeller ] * Bumped policy to 184.108.40.206 * Added the first graphical libraries as suggested dependencies of the boinc-manager package. [ Daniel Hahler ] * debian/boinc-client.init: wait until BOINC has ended for "stop" action. This fixes the post-removal script to be run too early, when the system user might be still logged more»
Charlie 6 Jan 2010 - client: Eliminate x86_64 Mac client; i386 client determines if sy more»
This package was debianized by Steffen Moeller <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sat, 13 Nov 2004 23:2 more»