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  1. I knew that was going to start happening when Microsoft started buying up game studios.
  2. With the cryptic transmissions and "War is the only way home", it could be an alien invasion.
  3. Change the ip range to just the ip of the machine and try again. Remember to restart the service after editing the config.xml.
  4. I think this would be the first new nuclear power plant to be built in the US since the accident at Three Mile Island back in the 70's. I remember when it happened. I was only about 6 years old. On TV they kept calling it a Power Plant...I remember asking my father, Why did they grow that thing?
  5. It's easier if you just edit the config.xml to allow remote access to the folding client. <!-- Web Server --> <web-allow v='127.0.0.1 192.168.1.0/24'/> This would allow access from all machines on your network, assuming your subnet is 192.168.1. In your browser, you just enter the ip of the machine you want to access the same as you would on the local machine.
  6. Though, technically that is headless, which should work with the Tesla's, the ideal would be to boot with no GPU installed....but since we're talking about folding...there's going to be a GPU anyway. All MSI AM4 boards since AGESA 1.0.0.6 support headless. I first found out about it when someone posted this in r/linux last year. Many Asrock boards also work without a GPU. I came across a user list of boards that boot without a GPU probably this time last year. I've been researching for a while.
  7. Yep, Nixie tubes are crude, but still elegant.
  8. It seems odd that a threadripper board would complain about no GPU, it's almost a server. I guess that's why MSI made a point to advertise that sometime last year they updated their AM4 bios's to work headless. Most don't advertise the feature, but there are ones that do work headless.
  9. Or you can remove the GT710, making the system headless, and manage the system remotely.
  10. Genuine Soviet made Nixie tubes from Ukraine. These would look good in @iamjanco Frankenstein dungeon.
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