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 2016-03-10, 00:27 #1 PawnProver44     "NOT A TROLL" Mar 2016 California 197 Posts Srsieve Application failed I was installing the executable file for Srsieve and when I tried to run it a command window came up for just a split second and left? I also used a Srsieve format file and tried to run it using Pfgw but did not recognize it. Does anyone know what went wrong? (or if that was normal)
 2016-03-10, 01:01 #2 paulunderwood     Sep 2002 Database er0rr 118716 Posts You need to open a terminal. I am not familiar with Windoze. I think you need to open the run dialog box and issue the command cmd. Alternatively, search for a terminal launch in the menus. Once you have a terminal open you will need to change directory with the cd command entered into the terminal like this cd \blah\blah\srsieve_directory and then run srsieve as per the manual. As regards to the PFGW file format problem: we can cross that bridge when we get to it. Last fiddled with by paulunderwood on 2016-03-10 at 01:05
2016-03-10, 01:59   #3
PawnProver44

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by paulunderwood You need to open a terminal. I am not familiar with Windoze. I think you need to open the run dialog box and issue the command cmd. Alternatively, search for a terminal launch in the menus. Once you have a terminal open you will need to change directory with the cd command entered into the terminal like this cd \blah\blah\srsieve_directory and then run srsieve as per the manual. As regards to the PFGW file format problem: we can cross that bridge when we get to it.
Well see, I extracted the zip folder to a different folder and does not specify the path found, and after that I need an input file and I don't know how to make srsieve sieve it just yet.

2016-03-10, 05:55   #5
PawnProver44

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Thanks! You are very helpful! Everything you said worked, however gave me this Error:

ERROR: Line 2: Malformed Line in candidate sequence format file 'mysieve.txt'

How is that fixable?

 2016-03-10, 06:45 #6 LaurV Romulan Interpreter     "name field" Jun 2011 Thailand 10,273 Posts Ignore it, if it was sieving properly. Your file should have a single line, ended with a CR, like this. Code: 60*79^n+19 Some text editors add a ctrl+Z or other "end of the file" character, which you have in the second line, but that won't influence the sieving, each line is sieved separately. You can add more lines into the file, with different k and c, or learn the ABC format. Last fiddled with by LaurV on 2016-03-10 at 06:47
2016-03-10, 07:15   #7
PawnProver44

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by LaurV Ignore it, if it was sieving properly. Your file should have a single line, ended with a CR, like this. Code: 60*79^n+19 Some text editors add a ctrl+Z or other "end of the file" character, which you have in the second line, but that won't influence the sieving, each line is sieved separately. You can add more lines into the file, with different k and c, or learn the ABC format.
If I am supposed to ignore that, then where are my results going to?

 2016-03-10, 08:04 #8 LaurV Romulan Interpreter     "name field" Jun 2011 Thailand 240418 Posts Did you see any numbers running on screen? Did a file called srsieve.out was created? There are your results. It looks like: Code: pmin=1000000000 60*79^n+19 1011 1027 1033 1035 1041 1048 1053 1071 1086 1089 1122 1125 1126 1128 1176 1179 1195 1201 1216 1221 1242 1245 1267 etc... If not, then is there a file called srsieve.log? (errors and history/log messages) What does it say? Did you use -h switch and maybe found out about -o switch and renamed the output? How about using a GOOD text editor and create a file without garbages in the second line? (just open notepad, copy/paste the line from my previous post, save with your favourite name?) Then run again the sieving?
 2016-03-10, 16:05 #9 PawnProver44     "NOT A TROLL" Mar 2016 California 197 Posts There is an .out file and has the list of exponents in that range. So I am just supposed to manually PRP test those ones (not on the file) from there, right?
 2016-03-10, 17:14 #10 paulunderwood     Sep 2002 Database er0rr 118716 Posts Copy the ".out" file to input1.txt (or something else) and, in the copy, precede the list of numbers with ABC 60*79^\$a+19 instead. Then you can run with the new file directly in PFGW. Last fiddled with by paulunderwood on 2016-03-10 at 17:21
 2016-03-10, 18:52 #11 PawnProver44     "NOT A TROLL" Mar 2016 California 19710 Posts I am still unsure weather the numbers listed in the .out file are eliminated candidates or not.

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