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Old 2014-01-31, 11:30   #562
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Ugh... this is going to be so much more difficult than I imagined...

1) I need a static IP - I can do that but it'll be a little difficult to manage
2) PRPNet server binaries don't really sem to exist...
3) BOINC projects are annoying to start with w.r.t setting up on Ubuntu - maybe I can test on a VM.

I'd say maybe a day at the least to get the static IP and the VM set up. Do you think Ubuntu/variants or Debian would be better for me to use? I believe the best way to do it might just be to get the VM running on my home server and then push it to Amazon EC2, but I don't have the funds for that.
I'm afraid I can't help at all on any of these things! it is all Double-Dutch to me.
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Old 2014-01-31, 12:09   #563
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Ugh... this is going to be so much more difficult than I imagined...

1) I need a static IP - I can do that but it'll be a little difficult to manage
2) PRPNet server binaries don't really sem to exist...
3) BOINC projects are annoying to start with w.r.t setting up on Ubuntu - maybe I can test on a VM.

I'd say maybe a day at the least to get the static IP and the VM set up. Do you think Ubuntu/variants or Debian would be better for me to use? I believe the best way to do it might just be to get the VM running on my home server and then push it to Amazon EC2, but I don't have the funds for that.
1) Try using DynDNS (http://dyn.com/dns/ )
2) http://uwin.mine.nu/PRPNet/
3) http://www.primegrid.com/forum_thread.php?id=1215
4) Enjoy...

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Old 2014-01-31, 22:17   #564
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I might use freedns.afraid.org, but apart from that I can't actually find a server binary for PRPnet. Is there anyone here that has a link?
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Old 2014-02-01, 08:53   #565
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I might use freedns.afraid.org, but apart from that I can't actually find a server binary for PRPnet. Is there anyone here that has a link?
Did you check under lennart directory at http://uwin.mine.nu/PRPNet/lennart/ ?

In particular here and here?

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Old 2014-02-01, 20:40   #566
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Ah, thanks very much.
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Old 2014-02-11, 23:39   #567
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(apologies for the double post)

I have been trying to find a PRPNet Linux binary and succeeded, however I can't find any of the configuration files - should I just rip them from the Windows binary & files that I have on my system? I need to get this sorted, preferrably on my Raspberry Pi - but how much trouble that will cause me is probably immeasurable; as such I need to take a good look at this. I would estimate I can get this done by the end of the week if I put a few hours in each day, so I will put some status upfdates on here to keep everyone up to date.

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Old 2014-05-05, 19:01   #568
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Riesel k=84860788837570244711087486636025 reaches 100 primes at n=3154
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Old 2014-05-06, 09:12   #569
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Welcome Jarek. It does indeed! Thank you for putting your considerable computing resources to play to try to find the fasted Riesel or Sierpinski series to 100 primes.

The candidate, which in the format of this group is
R 10173461099743267305 61 breaks all sorts of records. It is certainly the fastest Riesel, and I think it is also the fasted Sierpinski unless Thomas11 has one better. The fastest Sierpinski I could find was 3167, held by S 73647651306083 52

I have a few records of my own recently, the most important of which are:

the first R210 VPS

R 180066546266041599 210 100/8969 101/10000

and the first R316

R 63046658150993833 316 66/10000 100/62843
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Old 2014-05-14, 18:11   #570
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S 25320576989821784981 60 100/3076 119/7211 125/9983
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S 25320576989821784981 60 100/3076 119/7211 125/9983
OMG!!! That is amazing.

I'm running the remaining 1200 or so of Jarek's 88 and +/3000 up to 10000 to see if there are other stars.
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Old 2014-05-16, 12:54   #572
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