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Mini-Geek 2009-10-02 19:40

[quote=rogue;191726]I will leave that hacking to someone else because I'm not a big fan of perl.[/quote]
aliqueit is written in C++, not Perl. I'd do the modification myself, (or at least try...my lack of C++ experience could be a problem there) but I can't get GMP included properly so it can compile. :sad: Anyone know how to get it all to work? (I'm on Windows, Cygwin is available if needed)

RichD 2009-10-02 21:08

C++ & ECM
 
[QUOTE=Mini-Geek;191727]aliqueit is written in C++, not Perl. I'd do the modification myself, (or at least try...my lack of C++ experience could be a problem there) but I can't get GMP included properly so it can compile. :sad: Anyone know how to get it all to work?[/QUOTE]

The original factorization_worker used execlp in the program.

rogue 2009-10-03 00:45

8608 bites the dust. That's three for me today.

Mini-Geek 2009-10-03 12:13

[quote=RichD;191732]The original factorization_worker used execlp in the program.[/quote]
First off, aliqueit is completely different from either factorization worker script. Second, it needs GMP to be able to handle large numbers, not GMP-ECM. Like the worker scripts, it calls GMP-ECM externally. (which is completely separate from what I'm trying to do)

Taking 1315, 1316, and 1328 to a c100 (at least).

RichD 2009-10-03 13:30

C++ & GMP
 
[QUOTE=Mini-Geek;191784]First off, aliqueit is completely different from either factorization worker script. Second, it needs GMP to be able to handle large numbers, not GMP-ECM. Like the worker scripts, it calls GMP-ECM externally. (which is completely separate from what I'm trying to do)[/QUOTE]

Sorry, I thought that might be an easier implementation.

For GMP you need to include GMP headers in the source.
#include <gmp.h>

During the linking process you need to include the GMP library.
gcc hp.cpp -O3 -lgmp hp.out
Notice the -lgmp above.

Anything more specific I won't be of help, maybe others.

mataje 2009-10-05 12:20

Home prime base 10: 2104 finished.

gd_barnes 2009-10-05 13:05

I extended 10 of the base 10 home prime sequences. I found a prime for 6069. I'm not reserving these. Final statuses:

6069, i=47, sz 89 prime

2114, i=57, sz 94, C90
6785, i=50, sz 89, C83
6812, i=48, sz 84, C76
8890, i=38, sz 80, C75
8949, i=53, sz 88, C78
9773, i=55, sz 95, C75
10031, i=60, sz 111, C99
10052, i=51, sz 103, C70
10094, i=60, sz 107, C102


I chose these because they all had a remaining factor of C<70 before I started on them. There are still 10 more of them in the DB. I'll finish them up later today if no one else has done so.


Gary

mataje 2009-10-05 17:22

Home prime base 10: 1855 finished.
I have seen that 1539 is finished too.

Mini-Geek 2009-10-05 18:27

[quote=Mini-Geek;191784]Taking 1315, 1316, and 1328 to a c100 (at least).[/quote]
Done, all have a moderate amount of ECM (several Quick ECMs at least), but not a full battery.

mataje 2009-10-05 20:25

Home prime base 10: 2480 and 2484 finished.
I have seen that 2248 is finished too.

mataje 2009-10-05 22:45

Another one: 3102


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