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Old 2003-05-16, 16:37   #1
stealthaxe
 
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Default prime95 linux

Hi,

Wondering where the best complete documentation is for
linux version of prime95. I want to know everything there
is to know about configuration, optimization, etc...

I think this one is running a little slow for me (I have a P3
coppermine 650 that is doing about 1800 ms/iteration) and I
want to see if I can figure out what's up. Also it seems like
some of the features might be missing from this version
(like the torture test?) ... just want some doc on whether/how
this is implemented.

stealthaxe@hotmail.com (5 machines on primenet)
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Old 2003-05-16, 17:55   #2
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Hi,

Have you tried mprime?. Is the Official Prime95 version for linux. It runs at same speed than its windows brother.

You can download it at
http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft.htm

Guillermo
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