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Old 2005-12-17, 08:20   #45
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We'll see... my encrypted guess os 0x1CB4FB.

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Old 2005-12-17, 08:30   #46
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ok, I will guess 0x1CB487
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Old 2005-12-17, 08:43   #47
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Looks like you're using a different encryption method.

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Old 2005-12-17, 09:48   #48
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Originally Posted by drew
What's the story with 29862029? The date and time don't match the others.

Drew
Sorry about that. I cut out the wrong number. the actual number was 29862409 which was factored
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Old 2005-12-17, 10:32   #49
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Hello all,

Many time since last time I posted in the forum. My current work and family are occuping almost all my time.

Fortunately, I'm still suscribed to prime mail-list and read the new

Hope it will be a true Mersenne Prime. Glucas is awaiting to verify it

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Old 2005-12-17, 12:47   #50
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Hi Guillermo,
Quote:
Originally Posted by gbvalor
Hello all,
Hope it will be a true Mersenne Prime. Glucas is awaiting to verify it
Guillermo
I'm really happy you're back !
I could test this candidate Mersenne prime thanks to your great multi-threaded GLucas program !
And also thanks to my company who has given me again the authorization to use a big Bull NovaScale machine, if one of them is available.
I'll know Monday morning if I can use a 32 CPUs or (more likely) a 16 CPUs machine.
Using Montecito chips (2 cores a chip, HT) would be nice ! But I guess only machines with Madison CPUs may be available.
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Old 2005-12-17, 12:52   #51
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Originally Posted by ixfd64
We haven't heard from ewmayer ...
I think I saw Ernst connected yesterday. Maybe he has not seen the thread or he is busy with more important stuff ...
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Old 2005-12-17, 13:29   #52
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I could test this candidate Mersenne prime thanks to your great multi-threaded GLucas program !
I've uploaded to my server the last snapshot I recall to run. It had only improvements for G5 machines. I don't know whether itanium or alpha's had problems with it

http://www.oxixares.com/pub/glucas/s...0050711.tar.gz

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Old 2005-12-17, 16:09   #53
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Quote:
Originally Posted by T.Rex
Hi Guillermo,
I'm really happy you're back !
I could test this candidate Mersenne prime thanks to your great multi-threaded GLucas program !
And also thanks to my company who has given me again the authorization to use a big Bull NovaScale machine, if one of them is available.
I'll know Monday morning if I can use a 32 CPUs or (more likely) a 16 CPUs machine.
Using Montecito chips (2 cores a chip, HT) would be nice ! But I guess only machines with Madison CPUs may be available.
Tony

sounds like you got some fun toys at your work -_-
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Old 2005-12-17, 16:13   #54
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Ok I dont know if this is against the rules but I just thought someone else out there might want one of these shirts! (I just bought two!)

http://www.cafepress.com/cp/search/s...spx?q=mersenne
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Old 2005-12-17, 16:43   #55
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I guess I'm back in!

I hope it's another false positive.
Ofcourse my opinion is completely subjective. heha
If it is prime, there WILL NOT be another one, for a few years.

I did predict the last false positive, which was against the odds.
Curiously I also predicted my last name would be fixed to a Mersenne prime, and behold Josh Findley!
The kicker is that my sons name is Joshua, named after the computer from war games.

What a quantam world we live in...

PS, if it's false, then it may not nessesarily be a hardware problem, even if George says it may be. I would know.

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