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Only a begineer. Now credit exceeds 1000, still a far cry to reach the experts` level. Astropulse is a good app. You can earn more points in a short time than SETI@home original app. But both are always giving the wrong remaining time. The remaining time isn`t very accurate(it should be close to reality) but the percentage is more reliable.

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Hi everyone,

 

For the people, that want to help science move forward.

 

There is a platform for distributed computing.

 

It's called BOINC = http://boinc.berkeley.edu/

 

You can sign up there and calculate tasks when you're computer is idle and you can do this with you're;

Gpu, Cpu, mobile phone,....

 

This helps universities and other (sometimes underfunded) scientists around the world.

 

You can even get rewarded for it with Gridcoin.

 

Check it out everyone!

 

Altruist1

Team Gridcoin.

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Hi there, EdEarl

 

You should visit my teams forum, type in google = reddit + gridcoin

 

And just post you're questions there, they can surely help you.

 

 

Check out what we are all about = http://www.gridcoin.us/

 

Take care!

A search didn't find anything on reddit gridcoin about openSUSE. I've found links on the internet about the problem, and a workaround that is supposed to work. If all else fails I'll ask on reddit gridcoin. ty

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