You would have to share the folder in which the work files are located in your virtual machine. However I have not done this on Linux or a virtual machine. I know a couple of members here have tried folding on Linux, and would know more than I.Is there a way of monitoring folding done with linux & virtual machine under windows?
Thanks for the suggestion. I thought I mentioned it in the folders section of the first post. I'll quote it below:Hey chris, you might want to add, how to used FAHmon for the console version too, it took me at least a hour googling to find out that you select the whole folders for it to show PPD for the console version
Was the above quote what you mean?The above directories are for the "System Tray" client. If you installed the Console client (when you run it you see a small black "Dos" like window), you need to point FahMon to the folder in which you downloaded and ran the [email protected] console client. This could be anywhere on your computer. For example, if you are like me, you may have put this download on your "Desktop". In that case, you would have to point FahMon to C:\Users\(yourusername)\Desktop\[email protected]
If you use the SMP beta client, and used Xilikon's excellent guides on the FaH site or [H]ordeguides, you should point FahMon to C:\FAH . This is a suggested folder, especially in Vista, to avoid permissions issues.