2.8008.459 new: x86: new rc5 K7 core thanks toSean Stanek <email@example.com>
new: all: the “update frequently (-frequent)” has been superceded
by “additional buffer-level checking”. The new option
provides better control and supports one new mode
“update on per-project buffer exhaustion” which enables
old-style single-contest crunching (disables rotation).
See also: http://www.distributed.net/faq/cache/176.html
new: all: out-buffer thresholds have been removed entirely;
use the “additional buffer-level checking” to support
updating/flushing more frequently than buffer exhaustion.
chg: all: time threshold uses fetch work threshold > 0 as minimum number of workunits to be fetched.
new: all: -btime <pn> <n> complements time-driven threshold
chg: all: -b[in] <pn> <n> now clears time threshold for <pn>.
new: all: exit flagfile filename is now configurable.
chg: macos: now supports all variants of System 7 fix: Linux: dynamic import of dns resolution functions for better glibc/libc cross compatibility (one shoe fits all again). fix: winnt: pause on process handling optimized and rewritten. chg: all: checkpointing now done at 10% or 10 minute intervals, instead of 10% with 10 minute minimum. fix: all: project switchover no longer 'hangs'. fix: all: OGR nodecount network packet ordering fixed. fix: all: reported OGR noderate is no longer unacceptably high. fix: all: partially complete OGR stubs are now loaded first. fix: all: will now flush to a proxy/server that is empty. fix: all: setting clock back during network ops could hang. fix: all: block counts during fetching do not fluctuate anymore. fix: FreeBsd: timezone use for automatic keyserver pick works. chg: many: file system locking on buffers where supported.
Set your “Core selection” to automatic to
get this new core to work with your Ahlon !
[This message has been edited by Badtobone (edited 07 June 2000).]