[QUOTE=Batalov;607552]I will run a smallish [STRIKE]Phi(36547,10)[/STRIKE]. It is [URL="https://mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=515872&postcount=90"]a Unique number[/URL].
[B]Done as of 6/19/2022.[/B][/QUOTE] Can you also run the PRP of the form Phi(n,2)? You ran many PRP of the form Phi(n,10) and [URL="https://oeis.org/A061446"]Phi(n,alpha)[/URL] (alpha is a quadratic irrational number, and Phi(n,alpha) is exactly the primitive part of Fibonacci(n)). 
[QUOTE=sweety439;609411]Can you also run the PRP of the form Phi(n,2)? You ran many PRP of the form Phi(n,10) and [URL="https://oeis.org/A061446"]Phi(n,alpha)[/URL] (alpha is a quadratic irrational number, and Phi(n,alpha) is exactly the primitive part of Fibonacci(n)).[/QUOTE]
I can run and I [I]have [/I]run anything I wanted. What about you? You want something? Run it! [B][COLOR="Red"]Fair warning: [/COLOR][/B]one more time we will hear "But I... But I... Win$ows doesn't work! There is no binary!"  you will receive an educational ban for 7 days. Then for 30 days, then for a year. It's better that you reply nothing (that's what we advise), than one more time on top of dozens that you have already done: "Run this for me!" [B][COLOR="Red"][/Warning][/COLOR][/B] 
[QUOTE=sweety439;609411]Can you also run ....[/QUOTE]
[CODE]10 install WSL2 20 IF NOT installed(WSL2) THEN GOTO 10[/CODE] 
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Here are 5+ more possible numbers for proving....
Thread: Five or Bust [url]https://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=145066&postcount=1[/url] 
[QUOTE=Cybertronic;610664]Here are 5+ more possible numbers for proving....
Thread: Five or Bust [url]https://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=145066&postcount=1[/url][/QUOTE] You want to prove the numbers in this list up to what number? 2^176177+60947? 
[QUOTE=sweety439;610667]You want to prove the numbers in this list up to what number? 2^176177+60947?[/QUOTE]
Hi sweety439, this was not a request from me to other people. It was only a memory. BTW, 1st I have not the equipment to prove such numbers, 2nd we have a catastrophic energy situation here in europe... I mean, in next months it is not sure to continue a normal life... best 
[QUOTE]BTW, 1st I have not the equipment to prove such numbers, 2nd we have a catastrophic energy situation here in europe...[/QUOTE]Very true, my contract was up for renewal and shot up to 36 c/kWh... A 200 W computer is now 50€/month just in electricity.
Fortunately for some reason the dedicated server I use (located in Frankfurt) didn't get more expensive and I hope it stays that way. It might be worth looking into it, considering the cost of hardware, it's not much more expensive than running your own hardware at home now. Unless you happen to have solar power. 
See [url]https://mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?p=611140#post611140[/url] posts 446 and 447. You may need to resubmit any certificates submitted in the last two days.

Euler irregular [URL="https://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=134337"]E(11848)/7910215[/URL] (40,792 digits) has been certified prime by me.
I will have another attempt at R86453 soon. 
[QUOTE=paulunderwood;612097]
I will have another attempt at R86453 soon.[/QUOTE] I got an error message. Instead I am reserving the [URL="https://www.mersenne.ca/exponent/173867"]M173867 cofactor[/URL] (prp52326). 
[QUOTE=paulunderwood;612175]I got an error message. Instead I am reserving the [URL="https://www.mersenne.ca/exponent/173867"]M173867 cofactor[/URL] (prp52326).[/QUOTE]
After running about 1 hour per test for the first 10 tests, the program terminated after 3 days. I am now attempting the slightly larger [URL="https://www.mersenne.ca/exponent/174533"]M174533 cofactor[/URL] (prp52494) instead :smile: 
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