Folding@home is a distributed computing project started by Stanford University to help understand protein folding, misfolding, and related diseases. The project uses the idle processing resources of thousands of personal computers belonging to people that have installed the Folding@home software on their systems. In this post I will describe how to install and configure the Folding@home client software on Ubuntu server.
All rights and credits reserved to Tania Rascia. This is a rewrite (kind of) just for sake of simplicity.
linux-headers, depending on which kernel is used.
Surveillance, advertisements, tracking,.. are everywhere. Have you ever wonder how to cut those nasty sneakers from your digital life? Wonder how you could go reading some news, listening to music, shopping while keeping your privacy and personal interest from prying eyes? I’m no professional but I’m mindful enough to care about my privacy and this is how I do while trying to achieve it.
This is my degoogled-setup for my phone, following up to this post. This android phone is powered with a custom rom and has no GAPPS pre-installed which means no Google Play services, no spyware.
As you can guess, I’m an open source advocate. I tend to avoid close source software and services. That includes Google. This is my tournament on getting rid of Google from my digital life.