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    101284*5^92044+1 is prime!

    Congrats PCZ.

    Carlos

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    Youre doing a number on those primes PCZ! Way to go!

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    Quite enjoying this project.

    The primes found are steadily increasing in size.
    Looking forward to a top 1000 prime, well one can only hope

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    Nice job PCZ!

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    Sweet!

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    How to run this thing?

    Are you'all running seiving or LLR, and which client do you use for Windows on an AMD XP2600?
    (Never quite took the time to understand the math and processes behind these projects) - Just tell me which client to load and what to do. I'm sick of BOINC again...

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    Angus,

    LLR/PRP on P4 architecture, sieving on Athlons.

    Pretty simple though others know much more than me about it.

    This guide is pretty good I think.

    Bok

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    Angus,

    I do prp'ing client because it is automated and I dont have to babysit it. With the sieving you have to reserve the ranges and all of that other stuff. I dont know which works better for the computers you have though. Good luck!

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    How do I get into the stats? I've been crunching for a day or two now, and don't appear anywhere.

    I tried submitting a post to the "Join a Team" thread but it never appeared.

    Not very impressed so far....

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    They have moderator approval over at mersenne.org, so your first post has to be approved. It takes a couple of days, but bear with it

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    It takes Mod approval to get added to a team? BARF!

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    Things are OK now.

    Everything seems to have sorted out finally.

    Now - where are the primes hidden?

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    Angus

    If you want to find the Primes do LLR tests.
    Choice is Riesel or Sierpinski.
    Same Client just a different setting in the Config.
    http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=6270


    BTW
    Here's one i found earlier http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=79167

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCZ
    Angus

    If you want to find the Primes do LLR tests.
    Choice is Riesel or Sierpinski.
    Same Client just a different setting in the Config.
    http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=6270


    BTW
    Here's one i found earlier http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=79167
    I'm using the LLRNet client, with the Riesel port opened in the config file.

    Is that all?

    Code:
    LLR tests only k*2^ną1 numbers, so, we will do a PRP test of 239062*5^170221-1
    239062*5^170221-1 is not prime.  RES64: 969B62E50312BED9  Time: 2565.750 sec.
    Result 239062/170221 succesfully sent to the server.
    LLR tests only k*2^ną1 numbers, so, we will do a PRP test of 134266*5^170257-1
    Last edited by Angus; 01-11-2007 at 05:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angus
    I'm using the LLRNet client, with the Riesel port opened in the config file.

    Is that all?

    Code:
    LLR tests only k*2^ną1 numbers, so, we will do a PRP test of 239062*5^170221-1
    239062*5^170221-1 is not prime.  RES64: 969B62E50312BED9  Time: 2565.750 sec.
    Result 239062/170221 succesfully sent to the server.
    LLR tests only k*2^ną1 numbers, so, we will do a PRP test of 134266*5^170257-1
    Looks like you've figured it out.

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    birdman, you just find a new prime 2 days ago ... but you didn't submit it ...

    let's take a look at your PM in mersenne.org forum !

    by the way, i've found 2 of these primes in the last 2 weeks ...

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    I think he's flying....

    BTW, tnerual, there's a project with easy primes to find, it's called Riesel Prime Search, just above Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 forum...you should try it.

    Carlos

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    Yeah, as a matter of fact, I was flying. I had some military training the past two weeks. I got in today and was able to post it this afternoon. Lets find some more!

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