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Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-02-28, 13:40
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Posted By nuggetprime
k=325 n=1000K-1100K completed. No primes found.

k=325 n=1000K-1100K completed. No primes found.
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-01-15, 19:23
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Posted By nuggetprime
thanks! Just noticed that I'll be able to LLR...

thanks!
Just noticed that I'll be able to LLR more than 80 candidates per day ,so it will probably take less than three months to get to 1.1M
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-01-15, 11:19
Replies: 271
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Posted By nuggetprime
Machine configured to use new private LLRnet...

Machine configured to use new private LLRnet server,it's completing pending tasks on port 9000 now.
BTW,why have you added me to team ROLP:razz:?
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-01-14, 19:53
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Posted By nuggetprime
Yes,please set up a PRPnet server for that! But...

Yes,please set up a PRPnet server for that!
But I doesn't need it to be private,everybody should be allowed to put his/her cores on it.
As long as it doesn't run dry,I'm fine:smile:
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-01-14, 15:19
Replies: 271
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Posted By nuggetprime
Taking k=325 to 1.1M:coffee: please send...

Taking k=325 to 1.1M:coffee:
please send candidates split into 8 parts to ilikelinustorvalds AT gmail DOT com
should take me 5-6 months if thats okay

thanks
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