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Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2016-10-14, 22:26
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Posted By henryzz
Now the problem is hiding from me. This could...

Now the problem is hiding from me. This could take a while to figure out.
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2016-10-14, 19:36
Replies: 228
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Posted By henryzz
I am very sorry to be a nuisance but I have just...

I am very sorry to be a nuisance but I have just discovered that my new pc is unstable and is outputting incorrect results. NPLB9000 has been my backup server and a few tests have been run. I would...
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2010-05-04, 16:39
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Posted By henryzz
sorry for missing something that obvious i am...

sorry for missing something that obvious
i am more familiar with the server ini than the client 1:blush:
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2010-05-04, 06:32
Replies: 228
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Posted By henryzz
can i suggest that the retry time for clients is...

can i suggest that the retry time for clients is either changed from 10 minutes to something less or is made adjustable in the ini file
waiting 10 minutes is quite extreme a lot of the time
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2009-12-03, 20:44
Replies: 228
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Posted By henryzz
AFAIK CLLR is just a console version for windows...

AFAIK CLLR is just a console version for windows so things like PRPnet can call it from the commandline(it is identical to the latest linux llr)
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