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Old 2013-01-31, 05:15   #1
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Default Prime95 cli for Mac?

So I'm running SoB and one of the machines I have access to is a Mac. On my Linux boxes, the mprime command is easy to start and stop from the command using cron (for scheduling), but the Mac client completely lacks any scheduling options. Furthermore, I tried running it from the command line and it failed.

Is there a version of Prime95 that has time of day/week scheduling for Mac? Or is there a command line version for Mac?
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Old 2013-01-31, 13:22   #2
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You may be in luck. I rarely build these, but apparently did recently. Download ftp://mersenne.org/gimps/mprime277-MacOSX64.tar.gz
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You may be in luck. I rarely build these, but apparently did recently. Download ftp://mersenne.org/gimps/mprime277-MacOSX64.tar.gz
Thanks!!

Is there much you need to do to compile the cli version?
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Old 2013-02-04, 13:04   #4
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I am the other lucky user of the mprime for mac binary, makes it a lot easier to run without logon.
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