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pakaran 2015-09-12 09:44

Apparent aliqueit issue with specifying factors
 
The good news is that I've, as far as I can tell, fully factored my current sequence term. The bad news is that I can't figure out how to get aliqueit to continue with two of the factors (I ran NFS manually on the "hardest" c96).

I've tried specifying factors manually on the command line: [CODE]nice ./aliqueit 419760 -y -f92059460617951 -f21717769813221145570247417 -f39135011959831215189436845933954537856395665964321673481596702363650857
[/CODE]

However, this gives an error:
[CODE]ERROR: bad/no number given after -f92059460617951
[/CODE]

The last few lines of my sequence file (which I'm a bit worried I messed up in attempts at hand-editing) read:

[CODE]632 . 6273364785062464005428439739293159611265325983413746564749224034687858239242770570191806604057428660201138295411316027664 = 2^4 * 31 * 571 * 631 * 3617 * 32251 * 669578369605822274410103530193 * 449428167743545088041657390246966041103429269255426338236799348731649241889
633 . 6319127591447475699033301528452876172137256942638249654876942512924652656506717632794070633292735443123810650251500556016 = 2^4 * 31 * 1913 * 34255046120332909499 * 473097553419256865473863779850172599928709627 * 410946436829509000693170127166571347279173236887329
634 . 6325734102259234691246698733058706589835234652191361022069263525813335883130146775118575585512988069009518268938724083984 = 2^4 * 31 * 111478613 * 126222600541 * 362382201527[/CODE]

What am I missing?

schickel 2015-09-12 14:25

[QUOTE=pakaran;410138]The good news is that I've, as far as I can tell, fully factored my current sequence term. The bad news is that I can't figure out how to get aliqueit to continue with two of the factors (I ran NFS manually on the "hardest" c96).

I've tried specifying factors manually on the command line: [CODE]nice ./aliqueit 419760 -y -f92059460617951 -f21717769813221145570247417 -f39135011959831215189436845933954537856395665964321673481596702363650857
[/CODE]

. . . .

What am I missing?[/QUOTE]I think the issue is no <space> after the "-f". Also, if the composite splits into two factors, you only really [i]need[/i] to provide one of the factors.

BTW, welcome to the forum!

pakaran 2015-09-12 23:10

[QUOTE=schickel;410144]I think the issue is no <space> after the "-f". Also, if the composite splits into two factors, you only really [i]need[/i] to provide one of the factors.

BTW, welcome to the forum![/QUOTE]

That worked, thanks. On to the next term.

And thank you! I'm having fun.


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