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Old 2022-06-29, 16:55   #529
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The latest build of xyyxsievecl is in the mtsieve page. This assume you have an OpenCL compatible GPU. You might need to d/l drivers.
RTX 2080 with recent drivers. I got it to run, somewhat. There was very little GPU utilization. I will take a look at the page you mention above.

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Old 2022-06-30, 17:53   #530
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I cannot find any references to what needs to be ran, so I will just run the below using pgfw as something to do:

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ABC2 $a^$b+$b^$a
a: from 3 to 999
b: from 3 to 999
It should last a few hours.
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Old 2022-06-30, 18:00   #531
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I cannot find any references to what needs to be ran, so I will just run the below using pgfw as something to do:

It should last a few hours.
You have mtsieve + OpenPFGW, can I request you to build the list of generalized repunit primes?

Code:
ABC2 ($a^$b-1)/($a-1)
ABC2 ($a^$b+1)/($a+1)
a: from 2 to 2048
b: primes from 3 to 1000000
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I cannot find any references to what needs to be ran, so I will just run the below using pgfw as something to do:

It should last a few hours.
Reach out to pxp.
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Old 2022-06-30, 18:13   #533
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You have mtsieve + OpenPFGW, can I request you to build the list of generalized repunit primes?

Code:
ABC2 ($a^$b-1)/($a-1)
ABC2 ($a^$b+1)/($a+1)
a: from 2 to 2048
b: primes from 3 to 1000000
Why are you asking someone else to do something that you can do easily?
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mtsieve is an archive with 27 binaries inside. There must be an error here somewhere.

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Why are you asking someone else to do something that you can do easily?
She's asking me to do it because I have a grasp how to do it. I have no problem with the ask.
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Old 2022-06-30, 23:46   #535
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You have mtsieve + OpenPFGW, can I request you to build the list of generalized repunit primes?
Code:
ABC2 ($a^$b-1)/($a-1)
ABC2 ($a^$b+1)/($a+1)
a: from 2 to 2048
b: primes from 3 to 1000000
Running the first sequence. I put it on a Xeon which sits a lot. This will take some time. When someone asks me to do something, I feel bound to do it, regardless of how long it will take.

All I wanted to do is participate, even at a low level. All this would be much easier if individuals would be more forthcoming and not act as a tight little circle where no one can enter. e.g. "The good ole boys club." A person is in or on the far side of the moon.
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Old 2022-07-01, 03:26   #536
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All I wanted to do is participate, even at a low level. All this would be much easier if individuals would be more forthcoming and not act as a tight little circle where no one can enter. e.g. "The good ole boys club." A person is in or on the far side of the moon.
Nothing Sweety requests should bind you in any way- they know how to do the work, they just don't like to do it. Asking others to do simple work for pet projects is one of the many things that has Sweety receiving bans on occasion around here.

As for the "good ole boys club", have you considered reading the first page of posts in threads where you don't know what is going on? Most of the questions you've asked recently were things I didn't know either (particularly about this project), but I can read old posts and locate links to sites that track the work and then I know what's going on. You could do the same. When I've found a new project of interest around here, I'll spend a couple hours reading the old posts about the project. The info is there, you just have to read it.
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You have mtsieve + OpenPFGW, can I request you to build the list of generalized repunit primes?

Code:
ABC2 ($a^$b-1)/($a-1)
ABC2 ($a^$b+1)/($a+1)
a: from 2 to 2048
b: primes from 3 to 1000000
Hi Sweety-pie.

How are you getting on with the agreement we came to? You do ECM work for me under Windows in return for me working on you primality proving.


Reason I ask is that I have not yet seen any connections from you to my ECMNET server.
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Nothing Sweety requests should bind you in any way- they know how to do the work, they just don't like to do it. Asking others to do simple work for pet projects is one of the many things that has Sweety receiving bans on occasion around here.
I don't mind doing the work. It's just going to take a really long time. I am using OpenPFGW exclusively. A reference made to mtsieve makes no sense. It is an archive. If they were trying to point to something inside the archive, then it should have mentioned.

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As for the "good ole boys club", have you considered reading the first page of posts in threads where you don't know what is going on? Most of the questions you've asked recently were things I didn't know either (particularly about this project), but I can read old posts and locate links to sites that track the work and then I know what's going on. You could do the same. When I've found a new project of interest around here, I'll spend a couple hours reading the old posts about the project. The info is there, you just have to read it.
Yes. The first half-dozen pages, or so, are always helpful and I look at them closely. I went quite a way beyond that. More current information is in the last few pages. Many of the links I looked at as well. IMHO, a great deal of prior knowledge is assumed when it should not be. Not just in this particular topic either. I struggled like this with Riesel as well, but after much criticism, I found my way. I will here too, as well.

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Old 2022-07-01, 14:34   #539
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The mtsieve README.txt points to http://www.mersenneforum.org/rogue/mtsieve.html, which I admit is a little out of date. None of the programs sieve that specific form.

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