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MyDogBuster 2009-04-24 06:23

[QUOTE]EDIT: I hope the files are going through. Reviewing the email, Gmail states the files are 102KB, but upon downloading them from Gmail, they're the proper size (both are close to ~275KB).[/QUOTE]

I've sent files thru gmail that were 10mb zipped to Gary and it works.
He will let you know if he doesn't get them.

Svenie25 2009-04-24 10:48

[QUOTE]As usual, all top-5000 primes should be reported with a project ID of 'NPLB'.[/QUOTE]
What about "srsieve"? Should we use this tag also?

Flatlander 2009-04-24 11:18

Yes, I used srsieve for sieving. So please include that in the proof code. :smile:

Svenie25 2009-04-24 12:36

Okay, will do so, if I find a prime. ;)

MyDogBuster 2009-04-24 20:49

The instructions in this thread are up to date about entering a prime.

[url]http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=11246[/url]

gamer007 2009-04-26 15:52

New prime within 430.4K-431K: [B]3183*2^430554-1[/B]

Svenie25 2009-04-26 16:55

Just back from home. ~4300 Test done. No prime so far.

Congrats gamer to the new prime.

MyDogBuster 2009-04-26 17:07

[QUOTE]New prime within 430.4K-431K: [B]3183*2^430554-1[/B][/QUOTE]

Nice one gamer. Chris stopped just a bit too soon on that range.

mdettweiler 2009-04-27 17:07

Reserving 428K-429K for PRPnet G2000 (a beta test server which I will announce in more detail shortly). :smile:

henryzz 2009-04-27 17:09

[quote=mdettweiler;171171]Reserving 428K-429K for PRPnet G2000 (a beta test server which I will announce in more detail shortly). :smile:[/quote]
just make sure it doesnt use a buggy version of phrot

mdettweiler 2009-04-27 17:26

[quote=henryzz;171172]just make sure it doesnt use a buggy version of phrot[/quote]
That shouldn't be a problem for this server--since it will be doing k*2^n-1 numbers, it will just use LLR anyway. :smile:


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