Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of ServerIntro


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Feb 4, 2008, 7:57:20 AM (15 years ago)
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    33= Setting up a BOINC server = #ServerIntro
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    5 == Using a virtual machine == #VM
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    7 The easiest (and recommended) way to set up a BOINC server is
    8 in a [VirtualMachines virtual machine] that we've created for that purpose,
    9 with all the necessary software already installed.
    10 You can run this virtual machine using the [http://www.vmware.com/download/player/ VMWare player]
    11 and any Intel-based computer (Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X).
    12 If you take this approach, skip the rest of this page.
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    14 Otherwise, you can use any Unix system as a BOINC server;
    15 we recommend using a recent Linux release.
    16 General instructions are given below, followed by a
    17 [#cookbook-debian40 a cookbook for setting up a BOINC server on a Debian 4.0 system].
     5There are several ways to create a BOINC server:
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     7 * The easiest (and recommended) way to set up a BOINC server is to use a [VirtualMachines virtual machine] that we've created for that purpose, with all the necessary software already installed.  You can run this virtual machine using the [http://www.vmware.com/download/player/ VMWare player] and any Intel-based computer (Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X).  If you take this approach, skip the rest of this page.
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     9 * A BOINC server package is available for [http://svn.debian.org/viewsvn/pkg-boinc/branches/boinc/experimental/debian/ Debian].  If anyone is interested in helping maintaining a boinc-server package for Debian, please contact pkg-boinc-devel@lists.alioth.debian.org.
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     11 * You can use any Unix system as a BOINC server; we recommend using a recent Linux release. General instructions are given below, followed by a [#cookbook-debian40 a cookbook for setting up a BOINC server on a Debian 4.0 system].
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    1913== General instructions == #general