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do u have the script ?
 

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ORIGAMI(1)																ORIGAMI(1)

NAME
Origami - command-line management tool for Folding @ Home clients. SYNOPSIS
origami {install | archive | restore | erase | name | status | monitor | proxy | start | stop | version | help} [<options>...] origami {deploy | network-archive | network-restore | network-name | network-monitor | network-name | network-start | network-stop} [<options>...] origami help origami version DESCRIPTION
Origami allows you to install, monitor, archive or restore Folding @ Home data on your local machine. It also allows for central deployment, monitoring, archiving, restoration and updating the username and team data via the network to ssh-accessible machines. Origami supports cron-based scheduling, 32bit or 64bit and network proxy settings. Install Stanfords Folding @ Home client to a single machine or network of machines. COMMAND-LINE ACTIONS The first argument which does not begin with a hyphen ("-") is considered to be an action that the program should perform. If an action is not specified Origami will display the help output. The following actions are available to the local machine: install Install Folding @ Home to the local machine. This action will create a dedicated user, storage location for Folding @ Home data, startup script and request a work unit. deploy Install Folding @ Home to remote machines as listed in the ~/.origamirc file. This action will create a dedicated user, storage location for Folding @ Home data, startup script and request a work unit on the remote machine. SSH access as the root user is required for the deploy action. archive Archive Folding @ Home data for the local Folding @ Home client. This action will stop the Folding @ Home client, archive the current progress into a <hostname>-<date>.tar.bz2 format and store the data in ~/.origami/. network-archive Archive Folding @ Home data on the remote Folding @ Home client as listed in the ~/.origamirc. This action will stop the Folding @ Home client, archive the current progress into a <hostname>-<date>.tar.bz2 format and store the data in ~/.origami/. restore Restore Folding @ Home data on the local machine. This action will require previously archived data (as generated by the archive action). network-restore Restore Folding @ Home data on the remote Folding @ Home clients as listed in the ~/.origamirc. This action will require previously archived data (as generated by the network-archive action). erase Erase current Folding @ Home installation. Anything generated by the install function will be removed and all Folding @ Home progress will be lost. name Update the username and team information for the local Folding @ Home client. It is generally preferred to define username and team at installation with the install action. network-name Update the username and team information for the remote Folding @ Home clients. It is generally preferred to define username and team at installation with the deploy action. status|monitor Display the current progress of the local Folding @ Home client. network-status|network-monitor Disploy the current progress of the remote Folding @ Home clients as listed in the ~/.origamirc. proxy Update the proxy settings for the local Folding @ Home client. This action requires a port and hostname. It is generally preferred to define the proxy port and hostname at installation with the install action. start Start the local Folding @ Home client. (This calls /etc/init.d/origami start) network-start Start the remote Folding @ Home clients as listed in the ~/.origamirc. stop Stop the local Folding @ Home client. (This calls /etc/init.d/origami stop) network-stop Stop the remote Folding @ Home clients as listed in the ~/.origamirc. version Display the Origami version. help Display the Origami help output. OPTIONS
-u|--user=value Define the USERNAME that Folding @ Home data should credit. Default is Anonymous. -t|--team=value Define the TEAM NUMBER that Folding @ Home data should credit. Default is 0. -c|--cron=boolean Activate cron scheduling for the Folding @ Home client. Default is off (0). -p|--proc=value Define i386 or amd64 Folding @ Home client. Default is i386. -P|--port=value Define the port to be used in conjunction with a proxy. Default is 8080. -H|--host=value Define the IP or hostname to be used in conjunction with a proxy. Default is localhost. EXAMPLES
origami install This example will install the Folding @ Home client to the local machine, reporting data as the default Anonymous user and default 0 Team. origami install -u Joe -t 45104 This example will install the Folding @ Home client to the local machine, reporting data as the Joe user as part of the 45104 (TeamUbuntu) Team. origami deploy -u Joe -t 45104 This example will install the Folding @ Home client to all machines listed in the ~/.origamirc file, reporting data as the Joe user as part of the 45104 (TeamUbuntu) Team. origami install -u Joe -t 45104 -p amd64 -c1 This example will install the Folding @ home client to the local machine, reporting data as the Joe user as part of the 45104 (TeamUbuntu) Team, using the amd64 Folding @ Home client and toggling the cron option to auto-stop between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm. origami network-status This example will display the current status of the Folding @ Home clients on all machines listed in the ~/.origamirc file. BUGS
To find a list of current bugs, or to report a bug new bug please see https://bugs.launchpad.net/origami. AUTHORS
Origami was written by Christer Edwards <christer.edwards@ubuntu.com>. This manual page was written by Christer Edwards <christer.edwards@ubuntu.com>. Both are released under the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later. 2010-06-16 ORIGAMI(1)

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