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Here you can find random-folder.pl, a Perl script to manage the Folding@Home
client on Linux and Mac OS X.
It will run the FAH client with -oneunit and reconfigure and restart the
FAH client after each completed work unit.
The FAH client will be reconfigured with a randomly chosen username/team
combination from the config.xml configuration file.
Status and progress monitoring of the current work unit is done with
Dick Howells qd.
See the README file for more information on random-folder.pl, and for
installation, configuration and usage instructions.
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