About the program
SETI@home Keeper 2.1 is a program for easier SETI@home units computing and managment.
Here are some screenshot from the program:
This is thefirst page where the units can be inserted into the Keeper. You can also see the current state of units and their direct path.
The second page below shows the current progress of the each unit and mainly you can control each unit with Play, Stop and Pause button.
The last screen shows Options page. Here you can set everything about Seti Keeper (of course, only in registered version). For example, you can start Seti Keeper at Windows start up using Start together with Windows tick. You can manage the units computing using the context menu from the system tray.
Note: Remote control is still under development, so in this version you may find some bugs. We'll be very glad if you send the message about it.
What to do to get the unit processing working ?
1. Download the Seti@home command-line client (current version is 3.08) from the following
2. Start the Seti@home client and register, then close the client, if it is still running
3. Copy files user_info.sah into some directory, where you want to store units. If work_unit.sah
exists, then copy it also, it is your first workunit. If you have registered our monitoring
client and you want to process more units, then copy user_info.sah to some other directory.
Example: Just registered and I have files work_unit.sah, user_info.sah in the directory where
I executed the client. So I create a directory C:\Program Files\Seti@home. Because I
want to process more units, I create directory Unit 1 and Unit 2 in the directory
above. In Unit 1 directory copy work_unit.sah and user_info.sah. In directory Unit 2
copy only user_info.sah, but NOT work_unit.sah. You would be processing same unit two
times, if you do so.
4. Copy the Seti@home client to some location, I choose for example C:\Program Files\Seti@home
5. Run our monitoring client, on the options page select the Seti@home client copied in the step
above and select the options you want
6. Add units, that are the directories Unit 1 and Unit 2
7. Control execution and check progress using our client
8. Please report bugs, if you find any (see below for details).