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kar_bon 2010-09-30 16:30

[QUOTE=mdettweiler;232061]In addition to the link Karsten posted, you can download all the LLR 3.8.2 versions at:
[URL]http://jpenne.free.fr/Development/[/URL][/QUOTE]

That's the same link I gave and Gary quoted in post #163.

gd_barnes 2010-09-30 23:53

Thanks guys. I don't know why the link wasn't working for me last night. I tried it twice 15 mins. apart and waited 5 mins. for it to pull up each time. Oh well. Maybe the web page was down or in the process of being updated temporarily.

Whew, it is speedy! Very nice. :smile:

Thanks for your hard work in getting the Windows client working in a variety of situations Karsten!

em99010pepe 2010-12-04 22:56

My do.bat settings:

[code]@echo off
set op_Iterations=200000
set op_Timeout=250
set op_Beep=FALSE
set op_indPrimeLog=TRUE
set op_connect=TRUE[/code]Running a private llrnet server and when my dynamic IP changes the clients keep looping without sending or getting new wu's. This happens under Win 7 64 bits and XP 64 bits.
With prpclient I don't have these problems. What's the difference between the two when they connect to the server?

Edit: I am using legal university copies of windows and have all updates.

em99010pepe 2010-12-08 22:45

[code]
+-------------------------------------+
| LLRnet client V0.9b7 with cLLR V3.8 |
| K.Bonath, 2010-05-15, Version 0.73 |
+-------------------------------------+

Current configuration:
server = "xxxx"
port = xxxxx
username = "xxxxx"
WUCacheSize = xxxx

recv error res=-1, errno=2
Could not log on to the server
No pairs are available at this time.
Either the server has dried out or there is a connecting problem.
Sleeping 360 seconds before trying again. [/code]

This is the error I get from a machine with xp 64 bits. The llrnet server is up and running and receiving work from another machine (win 7 64 bits)


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