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Old 2011-08-05, 17:18   #1
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Default Two questions:

One: When I run the CUDALucas Windows executable, nothing happens except I get a blank command prompt. I have both CUDA .dll's in the the same directory. mfaktc works fine.
Edit: Tried launching from an actual command prompt, and got -h to work. Still not really sure how to interact with the program. Is there a readme somewhere that I missed? (I'll go check the source code right now for that.)

Two: How can I compile either mfaktc or CUDALucas for use in Linux? (Ubuntu 11.04)

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Edit: I got a LL test started, but how do I tell it to resume a test? Also, is there any way to automate it when it finishes one test?
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