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Old 2003-09-29, 18:06   #45
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M3326400 has a factor: 1063150123327043443201
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Old 2003-09-30, 06:55   #46
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Think this is a new one:

ECM found a factor in curve #14, stage #2
Sigma=2038949248521455, B1=11000, B2=1359460.
M3326400 has a factor: 40870850164964526247201
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Old 2003-09-30, 07:00   #47
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wblipp, can you post a link to your page here? I have it at home, but can't access my e-mail from the office.
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Old 2003-09-30, 15:08   #48
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wblipp, can you post a link to your page here?
I guess it's ready for more eyeballs to look for problems. ElevenSmooth now has a web site at

http://home.earthlink.net/~elevensmooth

The Factors Page has been updated with Sander's factor above, and also with a factor I found:

154766194226477262001
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Old 2003-09-30, 16:55   #49
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Martin, aka McBryce, and Jason have just checked in with sets of Special Project curves. Martin found a number twice that nobody else has yet found:

14918069099878561

It's also unusual because it belongs to a primitive that is NOT a multiple of 25. There are only three such primitives that are not in the ECM server because they are over 10,000 digits. This belongs to one of those, M(166320).

It's now easy to see if a factor is new. Go to the web site,
http://home.earthlink.net/~elevensmooth

Go to the Factors page (upper right navigation box).
Sort on primes. This gives a string sort, so you can quickly look for factors with the same leading digits.
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Old 2003-09-30, 20:19   #50
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It's now easy to see if a factor is new. Go to the web site,
http://home.earthlink.net/~elevensmooth
btw a bit off-topic. But on your page you mention on the downloads page a call for developing a other frontend, with detection and so on. and even te logo.

I also run an ECM server and had a go (altho at the moment because of work and private things i have not much time for it) in making a new wrapper for the core.

For the ones that are intressted look also at http://www.interlog.com/~tcharron/ecmdetail.html to see the whole details of the ECMNET program and especially the protocol document.

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Personally i was thinking of a client wich can be used with every ECM server around here these days. But still be visual and beable to run as a good service by it self. With out the help of firedeamon or other products. and possibly use more than one server? If one gets down that an other one can be used to replace the previous one (altho it would give maybe probs with the numbers loaded on different ecm machines) so not to waste valuable time.

And ofcourse open-source and without the need of extra huge dependancies and prefferably cross-platform.
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I will have a go when i get more time again and personal things get cleared so i can devote my time to get into things (altho there are more things laying here that need to be done that can have more urgent priority)

But anyway ;) indeed a new GUI and service for ECM with backwards compatibility is a good idea ;)
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Old 2003-10-01, 21:28   #51
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I would be interested in a new version of the server which takes into account the new optimal bounds for ecm5. Either hard coded or set in the cfg file.

It would be great if someone could write a win32 version of the server which can be configured using a GUI and just has an icon in the systray instead of either a command box or nothing at all.
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Old 2003-10-01, 21:52   #52
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Making a new version of the server si really easy. the source is freely available and the number of curves are just hardcoded in one section. And there are free compilers around that make a new server executable.
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But anyway ;) indeed a new GUI and service for ECM with backwards compatibility is a good idea ;)
It's easy to gererate a large wish list. I'd like alternate servers so that if wblipp.dynu.com is down, clients could automatically check into mandelbrot.dynu.com. And perhaps a "repeat last" functionality so that if both were down, the client would repeat the last work unit (that probably needs a limit so that people eventually notice a permanently broken internet connection). Some way to automate using Prime95 instead of ecm for cases like ElevenSmooth's special project would be nice, too.

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Making a new version of the server si really easy. the source is freely available and the number of curves are just hardcoded in one section.
But rather than pine for a cornucopia of features, I'd be grateful for this single improvement. My one stab at compiling the source code failed. I'm sure it's a solveable problem, but it would require a time and energy commitment that I'm not ready for yet. If you, or someone else, makes this one change and produces a Windows 2000 executable, I'll use it.
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Old 2003-10-02, 12:35   #54
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Making a new version of the server si really easy. the source is freely available and the number of curves are just hardcoded in one section. And there are free compilers around that make a new server executable.
I've seen the source, and it's easy to change that.

But I've got no C experiance at all. Can you point me to a free and easy to use compiler which i can use?
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Old 2003-10-02, 16:05   #55
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Can you point me to a free and easy to use compiler which i can use? [/B]
Ok one of the free good compilers for C (and C++ and FORTRAN) is Open Watcom.

Homepage:
http://www.openwatcom.org/

Downloads:
http://openwatcom.mirrors.pair.com/watcom/

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