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Old 2003-08-26, 21:21   #1
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Default Other DC projects (non FPU machines)

I have an old 486slc2/50. It does not have an FPU. Are there any DC projects that could use it? I normally boot to DOS Win3.1, but I can also boot it into Linux. I would have to sneakernet any results, etc. for submission.

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Old 2003-08-27, 11:35   #2
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Distributed.Net clients run well under LINUX, and don't have any interest in a FPU (both the RC5-72 and the OGR projects are *strictly* integer operations).

I don't think they support Win 3.x in the current client, but not sure - I plan to check once I get my DOS/WFWg 3.11 "old games and backup mail reader" machine put back together and running again.
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Old 2003-08-30, 07:37   #3
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try this
http://www.aooq73.dsl.pipex.com/

it is the sieve of seventeenorbust
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