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Shadowmeph November 6, 2012 10:39 AM

is there a Linux fah terminal command list?
 
is there a list of commands for linux fah so that I can use to Pause or stop my folder via terminal?

enaberif November 6, 2012 10:58 AM

Use a program called screen and run fah in it

Shadowmeph November 7, 2012 09:26 AM

screen?I never heard of that program before

enaberif November 7, 2012 11:16 AM

Screen allows programs to continue running even after you close out of your ssh or terminal session. Been around forever.

dandelioneater November 7, 2012 11:19 AM

Here ya go:

To install Screen, type:
Code:

sudo apt-get install screen
Depending on your version it may be installed already.

So.. to start the folding client using screen:

you will go:

Code:

cd fah
screen ./fah6

Once you see that it is starting up. You will push and hold control + A + D. (Releasing all keys on D)
It will say that the screen was detached and you can go about doing other things in terminal with FAH still running.

To reattach the screen go:

Code:

screen -r
to make sure it is still running after detaching you can view your running processes by typing top into the terminal.

Shadowmeph November 7, 2012 02:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dandelioneater (Post 669215)
Here ya go:

To install Screen, type:
Code:

sudo apt-get install screen
Depending on your version it may be installed already.

So.. to start the folding client using screen:

you will go:

Code:

cd fah
screen ./fah6

Once you see that it is starting up. You will push and hold control + A + D. (Releasing all keys on D)
It will say that the screen was detached and you can go about doing other things in terminal with FAH still running.

To reattach the screen go:

Code:

screen -r
to make sure it is still running after detaching you can view your running processes by typing top into the terminal.

hmm ok so how do I pause fah and of course other fah terminal commands?

Tim_H November 7, 2012 02:27 PM

the way that is being proposed here works very well with the V6.34 client. if you are using the V7 client, that is a whole other ball game.

if it is running as a service you can type
Code:

sudo /etc/init.d/FAHClient stop
to stop the service and
Code:

sudo /etc/init.d/FAHClient start
to resume

The V7 client will also accept telnet communication as well but I haven't looked into that. I use the V7 FAHControl running on one machine to remotely control (and HFM to monitor) my clients

Shadowmeph November 7, 2012 03:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tim_H (Post 669248)
the way that is being proposed here works very well with the V6.34 client. if you are using the V7 client, that is a whole other ball game.

if it is running as a service you can type
Code:

sudo /etc/init.d/FAHClient stop
to stop the service and
Code:

sudo /etc/init.d/FAHClient start
to resume

The V7 client will also accept telnet communication as well but I haven't looked into that. I use the V7 FAHControl running on one machine to remotely control (and HFM to monitor) my clients

Thse commads don't seem to work for me.
I cannot believe how much I have forgotten with Linux commands

I can't even access my Linux machine to monitor it remotely

Tim_H November 7, 2012 09:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shadowmeph (Post 669256)
Thse commads don't seem to work for me.
I cannot believe how much I have forgotten with Linux commands

I can't even access my Linux machine to monitor it remotely

no worries,

I have a couple questions for you.

1. what version of the client do you have installed?
2. Are you using Ubuntu? if so is it a server version (no GUI) or desktop?
3. did you follow a guide of any kind?
4. do you have ssh installed on your Linux machine?

I have written a CLI guide for linux that I find works quite well. (i think, but I wrote it so i guess I would:bleh:) you can check that out if you want. I cover remotely controling from another machine in it as well. let me know what you think.
NCIX FORUMS - Advanced: Ubuntu - CLI Install of V7 Fo...

Cheers


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