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Old 2010-06-15, 17:12   #1

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Default Running mprime on fedora

Hi, I am running mprime I have downloaded in the mprime2511.tar.gz package for linux on a Fedora Release Kernel Linux GNOME 2.28.0. However after I have followed the instruction in the readme.txt to for manual method, downloaded a worktodo.txt file and run mprime, it only gave a futex_wait_queue_me waiting Channel status and refused to run. What could have gone wrong?
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Old 2010-06-16, 04:42   #2
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Can you post the content of the worktodo file? (Please 'X' out the assignment ID and last six digits of the exponents, to keep your assignments private.) That would help us diagnose the problem.

By 'X' out the assignment ID and last six digits of the exponents, I mean change your assignment lines like this:


but include all lines, not just the Test= lines, if there are other types.

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