20200727, 00:28  #4918  
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20200727, 01:39  #4919  
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I tried it and here is what it did:
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Line 142: my ($Line) = $_; Line 147: if ($Line =~ /no factor for (M\d*)/  $Line =~ /(M\d*) has a factor/  $Line =~ /(M\d*) no factor from/) { Line 147 tries to use $Line but cannot. "Uninitialized" it says. This would point back to line 142. Perhaps Strawberry does not understand the declaration. 

20200729, 15:37  #4920  
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At november SRBase will most likely have cleared a big chunck of the 7374 bit level and next year, I expect (if the firepower remains) that SRBase will have cleared all n's to at least 76 bits (hopefully more). With your BOINC project there will at least be a breadth first and much more emminent wavefront first Really looking forward to see your BOINC project An advice in regards to BOINC, remember badges as seen at Primegrid and remember to have enough badges, such that you can maintain the badge chasing users 

20200729, 16:02  #4921  
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"Chris Halsall"
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I'd provide an independent virtual machine, and handle the GPU72 side of the IPC. The VM, Software stack, IP, DNS, "trust", etc is already set up. I just need someone who's done BOINC before to set up the worktypes and the badges. (And then extensive beta testing, of course.) Appreciate the knowledge. And yup, already modeled. Also, the credits need to be modeled to reward wavefront work, while at the same time not being inflationary. 

20200729, 16:22  #4922  
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"Chris Halsall"
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I don't have any time at the moment to drill down. But I'll program to look at that over the weekend on my Wincows development box. 

20200729, 16:55  #4923  
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The very top line, appearing as a comment, references Linux folders. I didn't change it. If it is just a comment, then it should have no affect. Another item, appearing in (Windows) Strawberry scripts, is $=1; What this does, I haven't a clue. It appears below the use statements. 

20200729, 17:59  #4924  
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This project has a 10% long job credit bonus and a 10% conjecture credit bonus. (Extended Sierpinski Problem) This project has a 35% long job credit bonus and a 10% conjecture credit bonus. (Prime Sierpinski Problem) This project has a 50% long job credit bonus and a 10% conjecture credit bonus. (Seventeen Or Bust) This project has a 10% conjecture credit bonus. (Sierpinski Riesel base 5) This project has a 10% long job credit bonus and a 10% conjecture credit bonus. (The Riesel Problem) Maybe these direct copy paste from PG, can offer you a hint to non inflated wavefront credit. The reason behind the "inflated" credit, was to stimulate users to offer ressources they might otherwise spend on non conjecture work or a lot of small n testing. It sure did seem to help the conjectures with these bonuses and I sure do expect the much needed 7778 bit work would benefit from a 5060% long duration bonus If you have any questions or need any suggestions or experienced advice, feel free to reach out. 

20200729, 18:18  #4925 
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20200730, 04:56  #4926 
"Tony Gott"
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Can't seem to grab any exponents from the 332000000 range and up at present, although there seem to be plenty available.
Can you advise? 
20200730, 09:47  #4927 
"Tony Gott"
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20200730, 14:32  #4928 
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"Chris Halsall"
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Yup. The work to 76 is exhausted, so 77 is the next "cheapest" available WU.
The webbased UI was updated shortly before the 76 work was fully assigned. The Colab select statement is FactTo ascending, Exponent ascending, so it should have given out the last score of work to 76, and then automatically moved to 77. BTW... Since very few people were actually going to 81, I've set GPU72 to release 332M candidates at 79 bits. Those who are serious about this kind of work and are using Colab might consider choosing "LMH Depth First", to get them off our books. 
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