Folding@Home Team 45

Welcome to AOA's Folding@home Team Pages

A distributed computing project by Vijay Pande and Stanford University

Folding@Home is quite possibly one of the most important things your computer, or Playstation 3, will ever be used for. It is hoped that the study of how proteins within the body "fold" will eventually lead to cures for at least some the most prevalent illnesses in the world today, such as certain cancers, Alzheimers, CJD, and the Flu. A great deal of progress has already been made but with your help it may happen that little bit quicker.

So, if you want to put your computer's spare MHz to good use all you need to do is join us! Everyone is welcome. If you need to know more, please check out the Frequently Asked Questions.

Need help?

Need some one-on-one help to get up and running? Jump in to our dedicated forum topic and ask for some assistance.

Get folding for AOA's folding team - Team 45!

"Our goal: to understand protein folding, misfolding, and related diseases"

64-bit LINUX setup guide for GPU client under WINE
Written by ccperf721p   
Saturday, 10 October 2009 16:41

This is the finished version of the linux GPU2 folding guide. I've tested it on a couple of rigs and can verify it does work.

Dual Windows SMP Clients on Quadcores
Written by Samuknow   
Monday, 31 December 2007 06:39

AOA member ThunderRd has just put up a Guide to Quad Core folding for windows.

Posted by ThunderRd:

This is a companion to ccperf's Dual Linux SMP clients how-to, for the LINUX-impaired.

Dual Linux SMP clients on Quadcore
Written by Samuknow   
Monday, 31 December 2007 06:20

ccperf721p has put up a How To for Quad core folding on Linux. It is worth a look if this is your cup of tea.

Posted by ccperf721p:

This is a 64 bit Linux How To, it will not work with VMware..

Folding@Home makes Guiness Book of Records
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 02 November 2007 16:54

Thanks to the power of Sony PS3

From the BBC:

A project that harnesses the spare processing power of Sony's PlayStation 3 (PS3) to help understand the cause of diseases has entered the record books.

SMP trouble shooting
Written by Samuknow   
Thursday, 27 September 2007 13:13

Some of the members from team 45 put up a good trouble shooting thread for SMP. There is a lot of information here if your having issues with SMP client. Even if your not, it's a good read.


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