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Old 2005-11-04, 11:53   #3
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Originally Posted by garo
Yes you can get a large exponent like this. Download the nofactor.zip file from http://mersenne.org/gimps/ Also download the decomp.exe uncompress the former and then run decomp -t begin_range end_range This should give you a set of numbers to test. Note even with the fastest computer a 77M exponent will take a year or so.

Also make sure you post your choice in the LMH forum.
LMH forum is also to reserve exponent for LL testing of such exponents ?
I have not to email to Woltman or fill the manual test form on primenet ?

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