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      Latest Stable OpenComputers Version   11/26/16

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  2. @BrisingrAerowing Extreme Reactors is capped at 50B/t ( 50000 mB/t ). @Gavote is right: This looks like either you're running just one turbine off this reactor or your steam transfer is simply too slow. There're not many blocks that can handle the throughput required for larger turbine setups. Thermal Dynamics, WHERE ARE YOU???
  3. BrisingrAerowing I can say with certainty that Extreme Reactors is not capped at 2000mB per tick. 2000 B per tick maybe. Try checking the max throughput of your steam transport. Make sure you are supplying plenty of water to the reactor as well. How many turbines do you have connected? If you only have 1 it will try to make exactly 2000mB. 2 turbines will set a target of 4000mB, 3 : 6000, etc.
  4. I just set this up to control my 15 x 15 x 15 reactor with 61 control rods. Although it seems that Extreme Reactors has a bug that caps the steam generation at 2000 mB / t, which this thing gets to easily.
  5. Last week
  6. Hi, I was wondering how to make a RAID read-only. I want it to show up 100% full and you can't modify it. I made a lot of RAIDs and I want one of them to contain driver software. That one RAID is only 6MB instead of 12MB and I want that to be read-only. How can I do this?
  7. Thanks, I will try reinstalling and see if I do have the file. For now I did something a little more brutal but working and I simply edited the init.lua file and added an "os.execute ("brgc_gui")" command just under the motd startup and it is working fine. Thanks for the help
  8. I just verified that I also have /etc/profile. What Version of OpenComputers are you on? 1.5? Have you been using 1.5 in the past and upgraded from 1.6 later? If so you might need to reinstall OpenOS on your computer.
  9. Big Reactors Grid Control Version 4.2.3 has been released! Only difference to 4.2.2: Experimental support for RFTools Power Cells!
  10. Consider it done
  11. @XyFreak How about adding power storage support for RFTools Powercells? Those are the only power storage system available on 1.11 that I know of (there may be others). RFTools does have built in computer support, so it shouldn't be all that difficult to add it in (famous last words there...).
  12. Hello, I want a program for a 3x2 screen for monitoring power, input/output from a draconic energy core. I have 0 knowledge of programming. Any help/tutorials appreciated
  13. @Didz I am not sure what you mean as I have not find a file in /etc/profile on the computer..
  14. @DemolitionDerby You can have the GUI run at startup by editing the /etc/profile file on the computer. This is the bottom of the default file: cd $HOME clear /etc/motd source $HOME/.shrc -q And here's how I've changed that to be now: cd $HOME brgc_gui clear source $HOME/.shrc -q (A clear comes after the brgc_gui because the GUI doesn't seem to perform its own clearing when it exits)
  15. Hello there :), Just successfully setted up the whole thing and it is working great! Is is possible to have the GUI run on startup so I dont have to start it manually on every computer startup? Thanks!
  16. Hi, I have looked around for a way to do it but I have not find anything about it. I would like to know if it is possible to password protect a computer so that it asks for either a username and a password or simply a password. Also, is it possible to remove the possibility for the user to terminate the program using CTRL-ALT-C? Thanks!
  17. Already solved it, for some reason the cable was glitched or maybe the screen was and it didn't turn on
  18. Big Reactors Grid Control Version 4.2.2 has been released! The version 4.2.1 was supposed to be.... Changelogs: - Actually fixed "brgcctrl recalibrate" - Fixed an issue where the grid controller would fail to suspend turbines - Fixed an issue where the grid controller would ignore reactors/turbines being disabled and still use them - Fixed an issue where turbines always enter CALIBRATION state after KICKOFF - Fixed an issue where turbine calibration would finish too soon
  19. Copy+pasted the lua into pastebin and it seems to work Calibrating rn
  20. Are you playing in singleplayer? If so can you access this website: https://xypm.tenyx.de ? Also can you provide a screenshot of the error? Or does it litteraly only say "HTTP error" ?
  21. All 3.5 ram
  22. First. You can use an analyzer to see the error message Second. if you open the gui of the rack (not of the server itself) you can connect the component network to one of the 5 sides (front not counted). You have to make sure the Screen is connected to the corresponding side. EDIT: You can open the Rack gui if you click anywhere except the places on the from where you can see a server. In my case the first slot / row
  23. Can you provide more information please? It works perfectly fine on my end. If you didn't do that already, please try to run the installer again after installing more ram. The installer is eating it atm ^^;.
  24. Keep getting HTTP error while installing this
  25. The controller CAN change the steam input to the turbines but with the grid controller running properly, this should never happen. As such, the turbines should always run with 25mB * #blades steam per tick. The controller expects you to build a well balanced turbine. If your turbine doesn't get fast enough with the amount of steam provided then there's nothing I can do (Please correct me if I misunderstood you). Anyways - The 1750 RPM during calibration is hardcoded. If rpm drops a bit then that's to be expected: It's a value I arbitrarily chose so very efficient turbines calibrate more quickly. The 1666RPM is not perfect but still fine if you ask me (the bar is still green after all ). There's also going to be another bugfix release today with the stuff I found while debugging @Didzs setup.
  26. Exactly what I needed! Thank you!
  27. That fixed it! Awesome. But now my next issue. Does the controller change the steam input to the turbines at some point? Mine always asks the 25mB per blade amount. With some setups it overspinns during just after kickoff and other times it reaches 1750 but then the coils engage and the rpms drop. With just a bit more steam it would work... See screenshots for my designs. The reactor is a 7x7x5 with 4 rods in the middle (like an X). middle column is cryo and so is the rest. Turbine 1 (the fast one) is 5x5x8 with one enderium coil and 20 blades. Turbine 2 is 7x7x11 with 2*8 enderium coils and 32 blades. Steam goes through the enderio tesseract thingys. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0-IEW7Ie26dV3RvOG1SMnpfT3c/view?usp=sharing
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