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Old 2005-09-21, 07:06   #1
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Hi all. Here are my guides to various distributed computing-projects in PDF. They include instructions to ECM, NewPGen, LLR, the mersenneforum-projects and other stuff. I will update them when needed / when I have the time
You may use them, edit them, post them other places or do whatever you want with them.
As always, if you find something missing, please tell me!

For the glory of Distributed Computing!

Here you go.

Last revision: Septemper 21st 2005
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File Type: pdf 100MDPP and Operation Billion Digits.pdf (349.2 KB, 544 views)
File Type: pdf 321 Search.pdf (94.2 KB, 334 views)
File Type: pdf ECMclient.pdf (76.7 KB, 583 views)
File Type: pdf How to check for SSE2.pdf (168.0 KB, 423 views)
File Type: pdf How to compile GMP-ECM.pdf (565.6 KB, 434 views)
File Type: pdf How to factor with Prime95.pdf (178.2 KB, 594 views)
File Type: pdf How to hide your clients.pdf (134.3 KB, 517 views)
File Type: pdf LLR.pdf (152.1 KB, 640 views)
File Type: pdf LLRNET.pdf (78.3 KB, 326 views)
File Type: pdf Lists.pdf (34.9 KB, 338 views)
File Type: pdf Lone Mersenne Hunters.pdf (241.5 KB, 429 views)
File Type: pdf NewPGen.pdf (249.2 KB, 373 views)
File Type: pdf Phase2 of the 15k.pdf (115.7 KB, 299 views)
File Type: pdf Prime Sierpinski Project.pdf (86.3 KB, 314 views)
File Type: pdf Seventeen or Bust.pdf (239.1 KB, 358 views)
File Type: pdf Sierpinski-Riesel Base 5.pdf (86.7 KB, 304 views)
File Type: pdf The Sierpinski Problem.pdf (47.7 KB, 381 views)
File Type: pdf index.pdf (64.9 KB, 328 views)
File Type: pdf indexmersenne.pdf (63.4 KB, 314 views)
File Type: pdf proth_sieve.pdf (314.1 KB, 397 views)

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Old 2005-09-29, 22:49   #2
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Would you please add Riesel Sieve to the list?

It is similar to Seventeen or Bust, except while 17orBust is k*n^2+1, Riesel is k*2^n-1. It seems like a minor difference, but while 17orBust has about 12 k's left, Riesel Sieve has about 78. Also the Riesel number(the lowest k that causes composites for ALL n) is 509203, while I believe the Sierpenski number(which pertains to 17 or Bust) is 78 thousand-something. Very different problems.

The site can be found here. The differences between the problems are subtle, especially to those who don't understand the math(like me), but it's enough to create a totally different problem. And that totally different problem would appreciate users.
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Old 2005-09-30, 01:30   #3
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Jasong, I know it is a trivial matter, mostly, but i just thought I would mention that Riesel Sieve has 76ks left.
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Old 2005-10-01, 19:46   #4
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Hi Jasong

I'm working on a guide for Riesel Sieve. Right now I'm however busy with 100mdpp and some other things. I will finish it when I get the time.

OH
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Old 2005-10-02, 03:11   #5
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Quote:
Originally Posted by OmbooHankvald
Hi Jasong

I'm working on a guide for Riesel Sieve. Right now I'm however busy with 100mdpp and some other things. I will finish it when I get the time.

OH
I appreciate it. Thanks.
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Old 2005-10-18, 10:16   #6
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good work, Ombo. May I make a little request, please ?
Could you change the background color ? It is difficult to read the red and the blue text. Thanks
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Old 2005-10-22, 13:16   #7
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Actually, this PDF-stuff is only temporary. I'm looking for someone to host the files in HTML.
Originally I though of Xyzzy, but with all the pictures and updates now and then, it seemed too complicated at that moment.

Can anyone here think of a possible solution? I know of the mersennewiki, but the way the guides are written/the screenshots are placed makes it impossible to place properly in a wiki.

@ppo: Can you eventually suggest another combination? I felt that white/black was too boring and I got inspired by Uncwillys 100mdpp design
I use Word for editing (yes, I know I should use a WYSIWYG-thing, but I like to keep it simple).
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Old 2005-10-22, 16:18   #8
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Quote:
Originally Posted by OmbooHankvald
Actually, this PDF-stuff is only temporary. I'm looking for someone to host the files in HTML.
I have a 1-week holiday now -- so I have free time. I find PDFs great for offline browsing. If someone suggests a linux tool to create pdfs (preferably, something commandline which translates intermediate merkup into pdf) and some instructions on using that -- I will try to translate them into good pdfs.

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I know of the mersennewiki, but the way the guides are written/the screenshots are placed makes it impossible to place properly in a wiki.
Why do you think that images will be a problem? Look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Picture_tutorial -- you can place images as you wish. I can convert one guide to wiki and we will look at it., just ask me.
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Old 2005-10-23, 00:48   #9
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Why do you think that images will be a problem? Look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Picture_tutorial -- you can place images as you wish. I can convert one guide to wiki and we will look at it., just ask me.
This is the best I could do, but it looks neat (really)
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Old 2005-10-23, 01:04   #10
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This is the best I could do, but it looks neat (really)
Look great to me! And since it is on the wiki, updating it will be a snap...
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Old 2005-10-24, 16:07   #11
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Quote:
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@ppo: Can you eventually suggest another combination? I felt that white/black was too boring and I got inspired by Uncwillys 100mdpp design .
I think that the background color used by Uncwilly for the tables, in the same document, is better, it is possible to see easily a number of different foreground colors. Thanks
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