Most likely an out of memory issue - can you run something to monitor memory usage when it launches?FinnDoggo wrote:Having just acquired my RasPi my first wish was to run BOINC on it.(The main reason for its purchase was to use less power for grid computing than my current old Pentium 4s)
I updated from the Debian Squeeze supplied and the BOINC Manager seems to work fine - except when you try to attach to a project and then it exits.
I'm sure there are loads of programs that haven't been tested on the distro's - 1,000's even.FinnDoggo wrote: If BOINC Manager is supplied pre-loaded on Squeeze for the Pi shouldn't it allow for grid project attachment
FloGer wrote:Ok, I see…
That is the same answer I got on the DotschUX forum and why they will not make an ARM version of it…
So I will try to run it on Debian and see how it runs – with taking into account the low power consumption.
I keep you posted as soon as I get my hands on one of those ?"s (that"s supposed to be a "pi")
PS: Just stumbled on this. Boinc may be working on ARM, but you need a project that works on it too! I do NOT think that the table is complete, but a clear trend can be seen… Edit: Here is a project that supports ARM with linux
PPS: And stumbled on this.