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Old 2008-12-20, 14:24   #12
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Not that I know. Have you got the following pairs I processed:341/698370 and 341/698390?
Yes.
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Old 2008-12-20, 14:58   #13
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Did you process this candidate?

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341*2^698258-1 is not prime.

That was me

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Old 2008-12-20, 15:08   #14
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LLRNet(linux) seems to be unable to resolve hostnames(when I give "nplb.dynip.telepac.pt" as server, it prints: "unknown host nplb.dynip.telepac.pt" but when I enter the IP adress it works. The same is for "localhost" vs "127.0.0.1". Well,since Carlos' server has dynamic IPs, I can't simply give a fixed IP.
Are you also having these problems?

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This is a known bug in the Linux version of LLRnet that shows up on Debian- and Red Hat-based distros. The solution is to recompile the client from source on an affected system, or at least use a client compiled on another affected system.

A while back I compiled one on my Ubuntu (i.e. Debian-based) system; I don't know why I never bothered to post it over here at NPLB. It's for the SR5 version, so it will work with any type of numbers. The only disadvantage is that is doesn't have a working GUI (this is not due to it being an SR5 version, but simply because I don't have the necessary libraries installed on the machine I compiled it from); however, there is a workaround that I have discovered. Send me a PM if you'd like the workaround.

You can download the Debian-compiled client here.

Edit: Hmm, I just re-read Nugget's post, and I realized that he was saying that the SR5 version worked. In that case, Nugget, would you just happen to be using my above-linked build already? (It's the same one I linked to over in the SR5 forum.)

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Old 2008-12-20, 16:04   #15
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Yes,I was using that one. Also,Greenbank's build from the SR5 forum works.
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Old 2008-12-20, 16:59   #16
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Yes,I was using that one. Also,Greenbank's build from the SR5 forum works.
Really? Hmm...surprising. I always get a segfault when I try to run Greenbank's build (as reported in the same thread over at SR5).
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Old 2008-12-23, 07:46   #17
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Yes but Gary managed under linux to get, test and send a candidate to C6000.

No, that was on my Windows laptop that I have with me on a business trip. I haven't tried to connect to port 6000 with a Linux machine yet.


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