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post #11 of 17
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can we get a copy of the code?
probably as its open source, afraid i cant give you a link for it though (i did look)
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probably as its open source, afraid i cant give you a link for it though (i did look)
then we cannot believe your time. we dont know if it has a modded version we wont know.
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sorry i dont follow you, what is the source for what?
post #14 of 17
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ahh i see, got super pi through this link
ftp://pi.super-computing.org/Linux/super_pi.tar.gz

and at the moment there is no super pi mod for linux (like there is for windows) with a validator or anything, and i know if there is no screenshot, then it didnt happen but this is all i can offer at the moment (until they release a validator)

post #15 of 17
SuperPi has always always significantly faster under linux.

Ive been using redhat/fedora/centos/ubuntu for years and Ill bench 14.1s sec in win xp - 14.8s in vista 64 and 11.1s in fedora 8 at 3.6Ghz Q6600.

I havent ever cared enough to look at the code but its always been faster in linux. Its not even a comparable test as the execution is much faster
(Note im not saying Linux reports it incorrectly.... Im saying that there is some vary major difference in either glibc or elf binaries execution)
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Does it use the exact same algorithm or whatever as it does in the windows version?
    
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Does it use the exact same algorithm or whatever as it does in the windows version?
yes you can even run the windows version in WINE and it will still be significantly faster
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