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  • gsetit
    GNOME SETI Tracker is an applet with a progress bar for one work unit and a remain time (you can have more than one running). It has also dialog boxes to show information about the work unit and the user.
  • krunseti
    krunseti is a KDE application that starts seti@home in background and displays its status. It displays how many percent of the workunit have been done, how many workunits you have completed and the CPU-time for the current and for all workunits. If there isn't enough space to display everything, it'll only display how many percent are done.
  • lin-setibuf
    lin-setibuf is a port of Terry Lee's SETIBuf. It's a frontend to the SETI@Home Project client for Linux.
  • Mseti
    Mseti is a graphical package to monitor seti activity that may be running on multiple computers over a network or multiple instances on the same computer. It is the first program to monitor multiple PC's without having to cross mount file systems.
  • MultiSeti
    MultiSeti is Seti@Home utility for multiple Seti@Home work units. With MultiSeti you can download multiple work units and work on each one after another. It helps a lot when you are on vacation and you have dial up connection to the internet and you want to analyze Seti@Home work units.
  • Open SonATA
    Open SonATA stands for Open SETI on the Allen Telescope Array and is the open source version of the software used for signal detection by the SETI Institute on the Allen Telescope Array (ATA).
  • Remote Seti
    Remote Seti helps to build a client-server application that will send summaries from Seti@Home clients distributed all across a network to a central host, allowing that way to a monitoring program to show results and statistics for multiple c.
  • SETI@Home Client
    SETI@Home is a scientific experiment that will harness the power of hundreds of thousands of Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI).
  • seti_applet
    The seti_applet is an applet which plugs into the gnome panel and displays the current status of any running seti@home client.
  • setirotate
    setirotate is a perlscript which automatically spawns the SETI@Home command-line client, rotating it through work units in a work unit cache.
  • SETIState
    SETIState is a terminal based Perl/Curses application for tracking the progress of one or more SETI@home client(s).
  • Squeuer
    Squeuer is a queueing proxy for the Seti@home client written by Phil Kernick. It provides a rich set of features to assist in using the Seti@home client.
  • TkSETI
    TkSETI is a GUI front-end to the SETI@home client for UNIX. It is fully customizable with lots of cool features.
  • wmseti
    wmseti is a nice little dockapp for Window Maker that displays some statistics on your SETI@home client.
  • X-SETI
    X-SETI is a front end for the UNIX SETI@home client, based on Tk and Expect. It displays the client's progress and personal best detections and handles all interaction with the client including account setup and login.

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