Package Details: mprime-bin 303b6-1

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Package Base: mprime-bin
Description: A GIMPS, distributed computing project client, dedicated to finding Mersenne primes. Precompiled binary version.
Upstream URL:
Licenses: custom
Conflicts: mprime
Provides: mprime
Submitter: graysky
Maintainer: graysky
Last Packager: graysky
Votes: 106
Popularity: 0.014380
First Submitted: 2012-01-22 12:11
Last Updated: 2020-10-04 19:31

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Dylan14 commented on 2020-12-23 16:49

@graysky - Stuff regarding the changes in 30.4:

And the post where I got the link from:

As stated, it's a prerelease, and the source is not yet available for download, so probably best to hold off updating the package.

graysky commented on 2020-12-23 16:32

@Dylan14 - not interested in packaging shit off dropbox... I see no official notes about it. Do you have a link?

Dylan14 commented on 2020-12-23 14:39

There is a 30.4 build here:

Note, it is in prerelease.

jugs commented on 2017-03-25 03:25

It seems the hash has changed for the bin as well. Version 29.1 is stable and official.

graysky commented on 2017-03-20 11:19

Upstream needs to update their website ( which is advertising 2810 as the current... as we sure that 29.1 is considered stable?

graysky commented on 2016-02-10 23:23

@Waifod - Why out of date? shown 287 as current.

Anonymous comment on 2015-08-26 11:48

New version released on the forums, website still not updated. Only mprime-bin has been updated.

zer0def commented on 2015-05-29 09:58

On native i686 gcc-libs suffice. In case of running i686 on x86_64, just install gcc-libs-multilib or lib32-gcc-libs.

graysky commented on 2015-05-28 21:38

As to the the comment about multiarch md5sum, yes I can, but the issue with i686 is that it requires extra deps and I do not have an i686 install to test that it works. You are welcome to explore that and let me know at which point, I can update.

graysky commented on 2015-05-28 21:22

Upstream really needs to get their shit together. Dropping back to 286.