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    You can do a search here to make sure you have a unique username: http://vspx27.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/m...type=userstats

    Download the client from here, create a folder for it, drop it in (it will create a bunch of files, so I put it in its own folder), make it executable, and run it.
    http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandeg...H502-Linux.exe
    The client will ask you for your username and team number (44942). It will keep this information after the first time it's run.
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    Re:

    Do you think running the client in runlevel 3 would increase performance?

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    Maybe. Since it dynamically allocates unused CPU cycles, if you don't have a graphics system taking away those CPU cycles it should be a bit faster (of course, I've taken to running window managers instead of desktop environments again lately, so for me it wouldn't make much of a difference).
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    Re:

    Such as flux, black, enlightment, and ice?

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    I've been using enlightenment (dr16) for a while now on my primary box and blackbox and fluxbox on my "test" machines (you know, the ones I try to destroy on a daily basis )

    Enlightenment is really, really configurable and I've got just the right mix of performance and eye candy
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    Eye Candy

    Yeah. I have modified my session list for either fluxbox, or KDE. All dependent upon how iam feeling and what type of apps i plan to be running. But I absolutely love the new KDE look. Its the bomb..

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    Yeah, 3.4 is VERY nice. I can't wait for KDE 4...so...much...eye...candy.
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