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  • #11
    Can't enter the prize draw.

    Ubuntu 13.04 32bits with nvidia optimus, tested a lot of options, all fail.

    Code:
    phoronix-test-suite benchmark pts/doom3
    Doom 3 1.3.1:
        pts/doom3-1.1.0 [Resolution: 1024 x 768 - Quality: Low]
        Test 1 of 1
        Estimated Trial Run Count:    3
        Estimated Time To Completion: 4 Minutes
            Started Run 1 @ 13:53:53
            The test run did not produce a result.
            Started Run 2 @ 13:53:55
            The test run did not produce a result.
            Started Run 3 @ 13:53:57
            The test run did not produce a result.
            E: Sys_Error: Couldn't load default.cfg
    Code:
    phoronix-test-suite benchmark pts/video-cpu-usage
    [PROBLEM] pts/video-cpu-usage-1.1.0 is not installed.
    Code:
    phoronix-test-suite benchmark pts/supertuxkart
    SuperTuxKart 0.8.1:
        pts/supertuxkart-1.2.1 [Resolution: 1920 x 1080]
        Test 1 of 1
        Estimated Trial Run Count:    3
        Estimated Time To Completion: 7 Minutes
            Started Run 1 @ 13:09:21
            The test run did not produce a result.
            Started Run 2 @ 13:09:23
            The test run did not produce a result.
            Started Run 3 @ 13:09:25
            The test run did not produce a result.
            E: ./supertuxkart: 3: ./supertuxkart: ./bin/supertuxkart: not found
    Code:
    primusrun phoronix-test-suite benchmark pts/tf2
    Team Fortress 2:
        pts/tf2-1.0.1 [Resolution: 1920 x 1080]
        Test 1 of 1
        Estimated Trial Run Count:    3
        Estimated Time To Completion: 8 Minutes
            Started Run 1 @ 13:06:24
            The test run did not produce a result.
            Started Run 2 @ 13:06:30
            The test run did not produce a result.
            Started Run 3 @ 13:06:36
            The test run did not produce a result.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by castlefox View Post
      I forgot my OpenBenchmarking.org user name.

      Is there any way to see what my user name is?? Or do I just need to make a new account with a different email address name?
      Did you hit the forgot password link at OB?
      Michael Larabel
      http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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      • #13
        Originally posted by GreatEmerald View Post
        Same here. I'm confused and a bit disappointed as to why it's needed (wouldn't forums be enough?). I don't use any social websites and if everything goes well I never will. I'm sure there are more people like us.
        By posting to social networks you end up promoting your benchmark results and in turn PTS/OB, to gain broader coverage/exposure of PTS.
        Michael Larabel
        http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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        • #14
          Originally posted by vitorgatti View Post
          Can't enter the prize draw.

          Ubuntu 13.04 32bits with nvidia optimus, tested a lot of options, all fail.

          Code:
          phoronix-test-suite benchmark pts/doom3
          Doom 3 1.3.1:
              pts/doom3-1.1.0 [Resolution: 1024 x 768 - Quality: Low]
              Test 1 of 1
              Estimated Trial Run Count:    3
              Estimated Time To Completion: 4 Minutes
                  Started Run 1 @ 13:53:53
                  The test run did not produce a result.
                  Started Run 2 @ 13:53:55
                  The test run did not produce a result.
                  Started Run 3 @ 13:53:57
                  The test run did not produce a result.
                  E: Sys_Error: Couldn't load default.cfg
          Code:
          phoronix-test-suite benchmark pts/video-cpu-usage
          [PROBLEM] pts/video-cpu-usage-1.1.0 is not installed.
          Code:
          phoronix-test-suite benchmark pts/supertuxkart
          SuperTuxKart 0.8.1:
              pts/supertuxkart-1.2.1 [Resolution: 1920 x 1080]
              Test 1 of 1
              Estimated Trial Run Count:    3
              Estimated Time To Completion: 7 Minutes
                  Started Run 1 @ 13:09:21
                  The test run did not produce a result.
                  Started Run 2 @ 13:09:23
                  The test run did not produce a result.
                  Started Run 3 @ 13:09:25
                  The test run did not produce a result.
                  E: ./supertuxkart: 3: ./supertuxkart: ./bin/supertuxkart: not found
          Code:
          primusrun phoronix-test-suite benchmark pts/tf2
          Team Fortress 2:
              pts/tf2-1.0.1 [Resolution: 1920 x 1080]
              Test 1 of 1
              Estimated Trial Run Count:    3
              Estimated Time To Completion: 8 Minutes
                  Started Run 1 @ 13:06:24
                  The test run did not produce a result.
                  Started Run 2 @ 13:06:30
                  The test run did not produce a result.
                  Started Run 3 @ 13:06:36
                  The test run did not produce a result.
          Just picked a bad selection of tests...

          - Doom 3 depends upon the game retail files.
          - Team Fortress 2 depends upon Steam (See my many articles about it).
          - Super Tux Kart isn't the best test in the world.
          Michael Larabel
          http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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          • #15
            Done

            Posted 3 testes in 3 networks(actually 4 as in twitter I post ligtmark with and without kwin). Hope to win some

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            • #16
              Originally posted by Michael View Post
              Did you hit the forgot password link at OB?
              Yes. And then it says "The supplied user-name and e-mail did not match for resetting the account password."

              So.... now I dont know what to do. I never get an email resetting my password or telling me what my user name is.

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              • #17
                Is there a reason you're insisting on 32bit versions of libraries & programs? It's resulting in a lot of additional package installations that don't seem entirely necessary. Besides which I think there would be some arguments for a 64bit/32bit play off.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by Garp View Post
                  Is there a reason you're insisting on 32bit versions of libraries & programs? It's resulting in a lot of additional package installations that don't seem entirely necessary. Besides which I think there would be some arguments for a 64bit/32bit play off.
                  Huh? There's no 32-bit requirement... The only time 32-bit packages are being called upon from a 64-bit environment is for tests that require certain 32-bit libraries, which mostly come down to some older Linux games.
                  Michael Larabel
                  http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by Michael View Post
                    Huh? There's no 32-bit requirement... The only time 32-bit packages are being called upon from a 64-bit environment is for tests that require certain 32-bit libraries, which mostly come down to some older Linux games.
                    When I first run pts/gaming it grabs around 65 32bit packages. It also goes on to try and run etqw.x86 instead of etqw, which required me to go off and grab libsdl1.2debian:i386 and libjpeg62:i386 in addition, as they hadn't been installed. etqw was basically ready-to-run.

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by Garp View Post
                      When I first run pts/gaming it grabs around 65 32bit packages. It also goes on to try and run etqw.x86 instead of etqw, which required me to go off and grab libsdl1.2debian:i386 and libjpeg62:i386 in addition, as they hadn't been installed. etqw was basically ready-to-run.
                      That would be with trying to fetch all the packages previously supplied by ia32-libs as the easy replacement for the older games, such as ETQW. Some games might not require all those packages but that's the common target without having a better way to fetch all the precise dependencies without manually checking each of them. Again, if you're dealing with the other game tests that are proper x86_64, the files aren't needed.
                      Michael Larabel
                      http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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