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Old 2020-09-12, 11:59   #276
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Test > Status... dialog... ETA for all the Cert work is exactly the same.
I'll see if I can't to better for build 6.
Much better in 30.3b6, thank you.
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Old 2020-09-13, 14:03   #277
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Much to my dismay, I accidentally re-ran a PRP on 107972569 that I had already completed with proof now verified. Prime95 will not upload the second proof file. Instead, it throws error 409, proof already uploaded. My guess is this is working as intended to save space and prevent redundant computations sever side, but I thought it might be worth posting since I doubt anyone else has made the same dumb mistake that I did. Thanks!
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Old 2020-09-13, 14:23   #278
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This is probably going to be off-topic, but I don't know where else to put it. I am having a difficulty with mprime and I suspect it may have something to do with my recent forced update to Windows 10 v2004. This is for the latest mprime build. I am trying to run it with Ubuntu on Windows. In the past, I have been able to get it started like so:

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sudo ./mprime -d
Using "sudo" has something to do with permissions which I don't know how to set. If I don't use it then I get a permission denied message. I get the following result:

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sudo ./mprime: command not found.
I know I am in the right folder because I can give it a "ls" command and I can see the binary is there. I know my password is correct because I tried one which was incorrect and it refused.

I really don't know where to go with this...
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Old 2020-09-13, 14:47   #279
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For v30.3b5, same applies to Windows Vista Business 32-bit on Pentium M 2GB ram.
And XP 32 bit on Pentium M 2GB ram says it is not a valid Win32 application.
Will retry with b6 when time allows.
V30.3build 6 resolved:
..EXA issue, on both Vista Home Basic 64 bit and Vista Business 32 bit.

V30.3build 6 did not resolve:
Prime95 failure to launch on Windows XP 32bit. (v29.8b6 runs fine there.)

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Old 2020-09-13, 15:07   #280
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I know I am in the right folder because I can give it a "ls" command and I can see the binary is there.
Would you mind posting the result of ls -lah in that folder? Maybe it's a issue of rights. Normally, mprime should not need root privileges (i.e. "sudo").
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Old 2020-09-13, 15:08   #281
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Using "sudo" has something to do with permissions which I don't know how to set. If I don't use it then I get a permission denied message.
I'm guessing mprime doesn't have "execute" permission. I'm also guessing mprime's owner is not your login account.

If you do ls -l and paste it here, we can confirm.

Use sudo chown to change the ownership of the files in that folder. And chmod to set the execute bit for mprime
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Old 2020-09-13, 15:43   #282
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V30.3build 6 did not resolve:
Prime95 failure to launch on Windows XP 32bit. (v29.8b6 runs fine there.)
Same "KERNEL32.dll!K32GetModuleFileNameExA" error message?
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Old 2020-09-13, 17:37   #283
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Same "KERNEL32.dll!K32GetModuleFileNameExA" error message?
No, completely separate.
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For v30.3b5
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And XP 32 bit on Pentium M 2GB ram says it is not a valid Win32 application.
Will retry with b6 when time allows.
Here's what it looks like, and v29.8b6 on the same system.
(Old slow system, low priority, but there it is. I have older...)
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Old 2020-09-13, 21:39   #284
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Much to my dismay, I accidentally re-ran a PRP on 107972569 that I had already completed with proof now verified. Prime95 will not upload the second proof file. Instead, it throws error 409, proof already uploaded. My guess is this is working as intended to save space and prevent redundant computations sever side, but I thought it might be worth posting since I doubt anyone else has made the same dumb mistake that I did. Thanks!
Try again with the proof upload. I think it will now work.
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Old 2020-09-13, 23:02   #285
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No, completely separate. Here's what it looks like, and v29.8b6 on the same system.
(Old slow system, low priority, but there it is. I have older...)
A quick scan of VS2019 documentation shows no easy or obvious solution. I don't intend to work on this any more. As you can imagine 15 year old 32-bit OSes are not a high priority, but I do appreciate the test. We at least found and fixed a bug for the remaining one or two Vista users.
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Old 2020-09-14, 04:13   #286
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I hope this question is ok because I didn't have time to read all of the current 26 pages. Is there a speed increase at all from version 29.8 build 5? Thank you in advance!
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