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Ray
 
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2006-08-22 02:48:23
last modified: 2006-08-22 02:49:48

Whare in BAM do you enter your CPID so it knows what accounts to connect up to? Without the CPID there are no houst, projects or anything listed.

I have had the BAM account for a few days, and my CPID has not changed, so it can not be automatic.

Cheers
Ray
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2006-08-22 16:17:29
last modified: 2006-08-22 16:18:40

Did you attach your hosts to BAM as outlined here? http://www.boincstats.com/bam/

Once you've done that, everything else just happens.

After attaching a host to BAM, check that the list of projects for that host is correct in BAM.
Mike Gelvin
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2006-09-12 00:06:50

I have just tried to attach a host to BAM, and my client (5.4.9) is asking for an "account key" rather than username/password. I looked in my BAM account emails I got when I set up the account, and I see no key.... what now?
Saenger
 
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2006-09-12 04:26:26

I have just tried to attach a host to BAM, and my client (5.4.9) is asking for an "account key" rather than username/password. I looked in my BAM account emails I got when I set up the account, and I see no key.... what now?

Little fault in the wording of the BOINC manager, just use the password.
Rytis
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2006-09-12 08:43:15

I think you are trying to attach BAM! as a project. There is a separate menu item for attaching account managers.
Mike Gelvin
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2006-09-12 16:53:28

I think you are trying to attach BAM! as a project. There is a separate menu item for attaching account managers.


Yes, that is exactly what I was doing. I see the error of my ways, thank you!
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