SETI@home: Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence at Home

Here are the SETI@Home Utilities we Highly Recommend!

SETIBuf 3.0.3 by Terry Lee
SETIBuf Windows95/98/NT/2K/ME/XP/2003
WU Caching utility for CLI (Command Line Interface)

SETIBuf is a set of *.bat files and instructions, created by
Terry Lee. They are offered on an as-is basis without charge, and
may be freely redistributed as long as the integrity of the
installation package is preserved If you wish to distribute
SETIBuf with modifications, please include the unaltered file along with your modifications in your own
package, and call it anything other than SETIBuf.

The batch files provided rely on SETIWatch and SETILog from Mark
Loukko (because they are such nice tools!) However, instructions
for doing the work unit buffering without using these programs
are part of the SETIBuf.doc document.

CheckSETI 2.3.17 by Kerry Goodin
CheckSETI Windows95/98/NT/2K/ME/XP/2003
WU Monitoring Utility

CheckSeti.exe is a program that checks the percent completed and speed of the SETI command line and graphical programs. Download the program, place in the Seti folder and run. No other programs are needed. It will show the Percent Completed, Instantaneous speed over the last 60 seconds, and the Average speed of the work unit. CheckSeti now will look in the SETI directory from running on the command line. Just start with the directory listed after checkseti.exe. Also, it will now minimize to the system tray with the right mouse button on the tray icon and be restored by the left mouse button.
This utility will monitor up to 10 computers as well as output HTML.

SETIMonitor 3.21a by Lior Fainshil
SETIMonitor Windows95/98/NT/2K/ME/XP/2003
WU Caching utility for GUI (Graphical User Interface)

SETI Monitor is a free add-on for SETI@home. It allows you to
monitor the activity of your SETI@home client and see what it
finds using almost no CPU power. SETI Monitor shows the signals
found by your SETI@home client and saves information about
completed work units. You can see the signals found in your
current work unit, browse through previous results and see the
totals. I used SETI@home for days with SETI Monitor and without
it and couldn't see any difference in performance. SETI Monitor
is highly optimized and its effect on performance is so
insignificant that it is very hard to measure. SETI Monitor works
with both the graphic and the text clients.

SETIQueue 3.03 by Ken Reneris
SETIQueue 3.02
WU Caching utility for GUI (Graphical User Interface)

Seti Queue is a utility that adds queuing to the SETI@home application. It's a fun project that allows people to take part in the great search for stray radio
signals from space by using spare computer power on machines across the globe. Unfortunately demand for the tiny bits of radio signals from the now
millions of SETI@home applications running throughout the world occasionally seems to outpace the ability to get them. Seti Queue puts a buffer between
the SETI@home application and the Seti Server.

SETILog 3.2.0 by Mark Loukko
SETILog Windows95/98/NT/2K/ME/XP/2003
SETI utility

Many people have ask me to include a way to record completed work
units in SETIWatch. This task turned out to be a lot harder than
I thought it would. I wanted a method that works every time, even
when SETIWatch is not running. It turned out SETIWatch is not the
place to capture completed work units. Instead, I developed a
small (8k) program called SETILog.

SETIWatch 4.00 by Mark Loukko
SETIWatch Windows95/98/NT/2K/ME/XP/2003
SETI utility

After using SETI@home for the last few months, I recently
downloaded the command line version for NT. While the command
line version is running it just displays the percentage
completed. I wanted to know a little bit more, so I wrote a
program called SETIWatch. It turns out if you're using the screen
saver version of SETI@home you can also benefit from SETIWatch.
SETIWatch has been tested on Windows NT and 98.

SETISpy 3.33 by Roelof Engelbrecht
SETISpy Windows95/98/NT/2K/ME/XP/2003
SETI utility

SETI Spy is a little program I wrote to "spy" on the progress and
performance of the SETI@home client. I initially developed it for
my own use, but I have decided to make it available to the
general public free of charge.

The graphical SETI@home client displays the progress and status
of the analysis, but generating the graphics uses 60% or more of
the available computing power. Some folks, including myself,
would much rather use all of the available power to crunch data
quicker than look at the pretty pictures. Enter a new type of
software -- the SETI@home tracker -- that displays that progress
and status of the analysis without having to generating the
time-consuming graphics. There are some good SETI@home trackers
available, but I wanted something to display the information I am
interested in -- the progress and especially the performance of
the SETI@home client. This is why I wrote SETI Spy.



Link to SETIMonitor ... click here
Link to SETIQueue ... click here
Link to SETISpy ... click here
Link to SETIWatch ... click here
Link to SETILog ... click here
Link to SETIBuf ... click here
Link to SETIBuf Quickstart ... click here
SETIBuf Quickstart
Link to SETIBuf Zip ... click here
Link to SETIBuf Doc ... click here
Link to SETIGate ... click here
Link to SETIStats ... click here
Link to TaskInfo ... click here
Link to ProcessSwitch ... click here

Web site designed by
LAN Solutions, Inc. - Internet Solutions

Web site design copyright LAN Solutions, Inc 2003