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Old 2018-07-04, 09:02   #1
tdulcet
 
Jun 2018

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Default Install Scripts for Linux

I wrote some scripts to download, setup and run Prime95 on Linux for distributed computing: https://github.com/tdulcet/Distribut...#prime95mprime and stress/torture testing: https://github.com/tdulcet/Testing-a...#prime95mprime The scripts are completely automated and useful when installing on multiple computers.

If the required dependency (Expect) is already installed, it should work on any Linux distribution. Otherwise, it will install the required dependency on Ubuntu. Pull requests are welcome!

There is also a separate script to download, setup and run CUDALucas on Linux.
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Old 2020-05-19, 18:47   #2
danc2
 
Dec 2019

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Default Useful Scripts

I've used these scripts on multiple systems and with never a problem encountered.

These are worthy of being on the homepage of Mersenne.org IMO.
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Old 2020-06-26, 14:17   #3
GalebG2
 
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Tested on Linux Mint, it works fine.
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