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Old 2009-05-04, 08:01   #40
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To be more specific: To start it, go to the command prompt and type:

./LLR -m

It will allow you to enter the same info. that you would from Window's LLR.

To run sr2sieve in Linux, all the commands are identical except that you'd put the ./ before everything on the command line, i.e.:

./sr2sieve -P xxex -i xxxx.txt (etc.)

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