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    Wow. Good ideas and suggestions all around. A few...

    Wow. Good ideas and suggestions all around. A few replies and/or additions:

    Portability -- I bet the percentage of cycles contributed by Windows users is a bit higher than 90%, actually. And your...
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    A few comments on the "JVM" issue. Sun provides...

    A few comments on the "JVM" issue. Sun provides something called the Java 2 Runtime Environment, or JRE. The JRE is the collective name for both the Java virtual machine (JVM) *together with* all of...
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    It's entirely up to you, of course, whether or...

    It's entirely up to you, of course, whether or not you want to open your code. We'd certainly benefit from seeing or even using your existing stuff. We'd of course like to see your queue, or at least...
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    Re: so what?

    I don't at all understand the question. Can you clarify what you're asking?
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    The "secret" account won't exist in the new...

    The "secret" account won't exist in the new system -- there won't be any need. Preferences like that can be handled serverside. Although, it might still be nice to have the ability to control what...
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    Re: Re: Re: how about another

    Sorry! You caught me in a grumpy mood this morning. I should probably avoid reading messages until I'm fully awake and able to exercise social restraint. :)

    Anyway, for now, we're sticking with...
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    Re: how about another

    Maybe not.
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    One parting note. Some of you may be wondering...

    One parting note. Some of you may be wondering why it's called "version 3" when it really seems like version 2. To us, it really is version 3 -- it's the second major rewrite of the system. The first...
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    SB v3 in Active Development

    The next generation of the Seventeen or Bust network, or Version 3, is under active development. I'll cut right to the chase. First, some design goals.

    Open development.
    The new system will be...
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    More information on the Factor submission...

    More information on the Factor submission problems thread.
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    Factor submission problems [FIXED]

    All,

    I've looked long and hard at the broken factor submission script. We've ruled out code / scripting problems, but still don't know for sure what's going on. The submission script's Perl...
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    A few quick notes: 1 - Louie's back in Ann...

    A few quick notes:

    1 - Louie's back in Ann Arbor now. But don't run to your email boxes just yet. I talked to him earlier, and he is aware of the client issues. He and Mike (alien88) are going to...
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    sb.pns.net (note: NOT sob.pns.net -- this may...

    sb.pns.net (note: NOT sob.pns.net -- this may someday be removed) is the "authoritative" address, and where the server is actually running. sbp.pns.net listens on several other ports running...
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    To the best of my knowledge, yes. I know I sound...

    To the best of my knowledge, yes. I know I sound like a broken record, but I haven't gotten my point across. I haven't been involved with client development in a very long time, and I'm not...
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    1.2.1 has completely broken network code. Broken,...

    1.2.1 has completely broken network code. Broken, meaning, it had a serious memory leak and, more seriously, it isn't able to connect to the server at all. Louie made some changes to it in an attempt...
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    As far as I know there were no changes to the...

    As far as I know there were no changes to the cache file format between 1.2.0 and 1.2.1, so I don't see why not ... but, again, only Louie could say for sure.

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    David Norris...
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    As do I. For the sheer unadulterated insanity of...

    As do I. For the sheer unadulterated insanity of it, did you manage to do any debugging on the broken client in Wine? Can you tell if it's causing a GPF or something, or just simply exiting on its...
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    Yeah, GIMPS (mersenne.org) is a good place to...

    Yeah, GIMPS (mersenne.org) is a good place to start. The following link talks about trial division and P-1 factoring, both of which are mostly done as sub-projects by people here on the forums (from...
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    I wonder if the Windows client would run inside...

    I wonder if the Windows client would run inside Wine? Is anybody on the forum crazy enough to have actually tried it? =P

    Yeah, it's pretty sad and unfortunate that we don't have a...
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    Read...

    Read <http://www.free-dc.org/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=5162>.

    The previous version for Linux (1.0.2) is available at <http://www-personal.engin.umich.edu/~lhelm/sb102-Linux.tar.gz>, but you...
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    On hyperthreading -- the client has no support...

    On hyperthreading -- the client has no support for it, so it won't make a difference in the client's performance except possibly better responsiveness when other processes are sharing the CPU, but...
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    Yeah, I see your point. I had envisioned...

    Yeah, I see your point. I had envisioned implementing some mechanism for the client to generate a unique identifier for each physical machine it runs on, and then send that information to the server....
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    For the most part I agree. It'd be nice to have...

    For the most part I agree. It'd be nice to have other programmers around with direct access to the code base. Another big step forward would be to bring the code up to a level of organization and...
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    Welcome to Life. -- David Norris...

    Welcome to Life.

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    David Norris
    danorris@seventeenorbust.com
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    Oh, and: HAPPY 2004! :cheers: -- David...

    Oh, and:

    HAPPY 2004!

    :cheers:

    --
    David Norris
    danorris@seventeenorbust.com
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