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Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« on: 08 Jun 2007, 05:05:48 pm »
This thread is intentionally locked; if you want to be notified of new releases, please click on the "NOTIFY" icon above.

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This way, you'll get notified of new released versions - it works like this: only one notification will be sent, even if more than one version is released. That is, unless you visit this thread in the meantime, then it'll get sent again. It's made to be as unobtrusive as possible, as you wouldn't want to receive an email for each post on a high-volume thread.

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Release version 2.4
« Reply #1 on: 10 Aug 2007, 07:02:19 pm »
Hi folks,

Code Revision 2.4 of the KWSN/Lunatics.at SETI@Home optimized apps has been released.

This new revision supersedes all previously released app revisions (1.x-2.2) for all systems.

The people responsible for this new version are, in no particular order, Josef W. Segur, Ben Herndon, Crunch3r and Alex Kan. A great big "thank you", guys!

All versions except Windows 32 bit were compiled by Crunch3r. Danke! These apps should be Vista compatible. The 32-bit Windows ones (mea culpa) may still have some issues - only on Vista! - please let us know if so.

Thanks also belong to the tireless members of the prerelease test community!

There are various different optimized apps. Please use a program like CPU-Z to find out exactly what your system supports.

Choose the first, in order, your system supports among the two lists (AMD/Intel or Intel only).

32-bit Windows apps

Update: these apps are not fully Vista compatible! New apps will be uploaded shortly. Vista users please stay with either 64-bit 2.4 apps or the 2.2B 32-bit ones for now.

Intel-only apps (do NOT run these on AMD systems!)

Core 2 SSSE3-optimized app (Conroe, Woodcrest, Clovertown, Kentsfield, Merom, but NOT Core Solo/Duo!)
Pentium M/Core Solo SSE2-optimized app
Only use this app on Pentium M-based systems like Dothan, Banias or Core Solo/Duo (NOT Core 2 Duo!).
Pentium 4/Pentium-D SSE3-optimized app
Pentium 4 SSE2-optimized app



AMD and Intel-compatible apps
SSE2-generic optimized app
SSE-optimized app
MMX-optimized app


As always, use these apps at your own risk. A pre-edited app_info.xml has been included with all files. Please unpack the files to a temporary location using 7-Zip (get it from http://www.7-zip.org), then read Instructions.txt in the folder it creates.

An Auto-Installer for these versions will come soon, along with versions including graphics. Everyone who used the auto-installer until now, you could just check which version it installed for you last time and grab that one.

Happy crunching!
Regards,
Simon
« Last Edit: 12 Aug 2007, 06:57:15 pm by Simon »

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #2 on: 10 Aug 2007, 07:07:18 pm »
Hi,

continuing on from the last post, here are the Rev-2.4 apps for X64 64-bit Windows:

Choose the first, in order, your system supports among the two lists (AMD/Intel or Intel only).

X64 64-bit Windows apps

Intel-only apps (do NOT run these on AMD systems!)

Core 2 SSSE3-optimized app (Conroe, Woodcrest, Clovertown, Kentsfield, Merom, but NOT Core Solo/Duo!)
Pentium 4/Pentium-D SSE3-optimized app

AMD and Intel-compatible apps
[/u]
SSE2-AMD optimized app

..continued..
« Last Edit: 10 Aug 2007, 07:17:17 pm by Simon »

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #3 on: 10 Aug 2007, 07:15:31 pm »
Hi,

continuing on from the last post, here's the Rev-2.4 app for X64 64-bit Windows:

IA64 (Itanium) 64-bit Windows

Intel Itanium/Itanium II-optimized app

..continued..
« Last Edit: 10 Aug 2007, 07:17:42 pm by Simon »

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #4 on: 10 Aug 2007, 07:37:21 pm »
...continuing from last post:

32-bit Linux apps for Linux Kernel version 2.4

Intel-only apps (do NOT run these on AMD systems!)
Pentium 4/Pentium-D SSE3-optimized app
Pentium 4 SSE2-optimized app[/b]


AMD and Intel-compatible apps
SSE2-generic optimized app
SSE-optimized app
MMX-optimized app


...continued below...

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #5 on: 10 Aug 2007, 07:54:41 pm »
...continuing from last post:

32-bit Linux apps for Linux Kernel version 2.6

Intel-only apps (do NOT run these on AMD systems!)
Pentium 4/Pentium-D SSE3-optimized app
Pentium 4 SSE2-optimized app[/b]


AMD and Intel-compatible apps
SSE2-generic optimized app
SSE-optimized app
MMX-optimized app


...continued below...

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #6 on: 10 Aug 2007, 07:56:03 pm »
Hi,

continuing on from the last post, here are the Rev-2.4 apps for X64 64-bit Linux:

Choose the first, in order, your system supports among the two lists (AMD/Intel or Intel only).

X64 64-bit Linux apps

Intel-only apps (do NOT run these on AMD systems!)

Pentium 4/Pentium-D SSE3-optimized app

AMD and Intel-compatible apps[/b]
SSE2-AMD optimized app

..continued..
« Last Edit: 10 Aug 2007, 08:00:55 pm by Simon »

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #7 on: 10 Aug 2007, 07:59:28 pm »
Alternate hardware platforms on Linux

Intel IA64 Itanium/Itanium II

Alpha EV67[/b]

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« Last Edit: 10 Aug 2007, 08:06:07 pm by Simon »

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #8 on: 10 Aug 2007, 08:04:08 pm »
FreeBSD 6.2 on X86

SSE3
SSE2
SSE[/b]

...ddd..d...d.d....dat's all, folks!

Regards,
Simon.

P.S. HPUX will follow.

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #9 on: 24 Aug 2007, 04:30:10 pm »
New Win32 builds

Crunch3r has made new 32 bit Windows Vista compatible builds of the 2.4 lunatics.at optimized applications, available from http://calbe.dw70.de/seti.html. His testing indicates some increase in speed as well as the Vista compatibility.

When Simon has time, these will be listed at lunatics.at. For now they are only available from Crunch3r's page.

For those running Pentium-M or Core Solo/Core Duo (not Core 2), the Windows_x32_SSE2 version should be best, the specific Pentium-M build option (xB) has been deprecated in the Intel Compiler.
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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #10 on: 12 May 2008, 09:10:37 am »
Windows Port of Alex Kan's v8.0
Science App Release
Updated 7.17.08 w/ Win32 SSE
Hi Everyone,
      A Windows port of Alex Kan's version 8 (nographics) SETI@Home optimised application has been released.

This release offers significantly improved performance for SSE capable (or Higher) PC's Running either 32 or 64 Bit versions of Windows.

You can find all the files in the Windows downloads section at Lunatics
Here are individual links for all the initial release builds:

Win32 SSE Intel Compatible Science App:
Intended for Intel Pentium 3 CPUs, running 32 bit windows,  limited to SSE capability.

1 - Windows 32 bit AK v8.0 SSE (Pentium 3)

Win32 SSE AMD Compatible Science App:
Intended for AMD CPUs, running 32 bit windows,  limited to SSE capability.

2 - 2.4V_Windows_x32_SSE_FFTW

Win32 SSE2 AMD/Intel Compatible Science App:
Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running 32 bit windows,  that have SSE2, but no SSE3 capability.

3 - Windows 32 bit AK v8.0 SSE2 (AMD/INTEL)
 
Win32 SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1 AMD/Intel Compatible Science App:

4 - Windows 32 bit AK v8.0 SSE3 (AMD/INTEL)
5 - Windows 32 bit AK v8.0 SSSE3x (Intel Only)
6 - Windows 32 bit AK v8.0 SSE4.1 (Intel Only)

Win64 SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1 AMD/Intel Compatible Science App:

7 - Windows 64 bit AK v8.0 SSE3 (AMD/INTEL)
8 - Windows 64 bit AK v8.0 SSSE3x (Intel Only)
9 - Windows 64 bit AK v8.0 SSE4.1 (Intel Only)


This is not a required update, and there will be some known issues and warnings to be aware of:
- Ensure you choose a build that your CPU/OS will support.  If you are unsure, you can DL CPU-Z 1.44 Utility to check.  Ask for help If you need assistance determining this.
- Ensure Boinc & seti@Home applications are already properly functioning on your machine, read carefully the documentation readmes and installation instructions.
Known issues:
- There is no graphics support at this time
- There is no support for CPUs below SSE capability
- Borderline OC'ers be aware that you may need to back off to maintain stability, the increased throughput of this application will stress all system components more. 
- As Always, OC and use these apps AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Please read the information for "Windows Port of Alex Kan's v8.0
Science App Release" also for more relevant details.

And most Importantly of all:
A very long list of people have helped with this build. Top of the list, of course, I'd like to thank Alex for, not only the excellent sources that form the basis for this build, but the critical help in tracking down some important issues early on, and the helpful suggestions and advice throughout this challenging port.

While myself (Jason G), Raistmer and JDWhale ported the code, the true Authors are Alex Kan in combination with the Legacy of development knowledge and history at  http://lunatics.kwsn.net . Fragments of knowledge and code from previous lunatics' authors including Simon, Joe, Ben Herndon, Crunch3r and other Contributors been used to make this work.   Indeed special thanks go to Joe Segur, whose experience and advice was ever present and helpful throughout, and to Crunch3r for inciting the port in the first place.

Extra thanks go to JDWhale for providing the SSE2 compatibility adjustments, which at this end took, all told (in no particular order):
          - 1/2 hour to integrate into the source tree,
          - 1 day to locate testers with old enough AMDs to verify that it works, and
          - 4 days to clean off the margaritas stains

Great thanks go also to the members of the prerelease test community, who have stuck through countless builds and proved invaluable in refinement. Along with mods & admin over at Lunatics ( Hi Gecko_R7 & KWSN - jonnyv !  ;D)

To all of you we value your input and would like to hear from you at Lunatics'

Regards,
Jason
« Last Edit: 13 Dec 2008, 04:56:09 pm by Gecko_R7 »

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #11 on: 04 Jun 2008, 01:59:36 am »
Linux Port of Alex Kan's v8.0
Science App Release


Hi Everyone,

A Linux port of Alex Kan's version 8 (nographics) SETI@Home optimised application has been released.

This release offers significantly improved performance for SSE3 capable (or Higher) PC's Running either 32 or 64 Bit versions of Linux.

Here are individual links for all the initial release builds:

Linux 32 SSE3, SSSE3 Science App:[/color][/b]

Linux 32 SSE3 AMD/Intel Compatible Science App:
Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running 32 bit Linux,  that have SSE3 capability.

1 - Linux 32 bit AK v8.0 SSE3 (AMD/INTEL)   or (Mirror)

Linux 32 SSSE3 Intel-only Compatible Science App:
Intended for Intel CPUs, running 32 bit Linux,  that have SSSE3 capability.

2 - Linux 32 bit AK v8.0 SSSE3x (Intel Only)  or (Mirror)

Linux 64 SSE3, SSSE3 Science App:[/color][/b]

Linux 64 SSE3 AMD/Intel Compatible Science App:
Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running 64 bit Linux,  that have SSE3 capability.

3 - Linux 64 bit AK v8.0 SSE3 (AMD/INTEL)  or (Mirror)

Linux 64 SSSE3 Intel-only Compatible Science App:
Intended for Intel CPUs, running 64 bit Linux,  that have SSSE3 capability.

4 - Linux 64 bit AK v8.0 SSSE3x (Intel Only)  or (Mirror)

This is not a required update, and there will be some known issues and warnings to be aware of:
- Ensure you choose a build that your CPU/OS will support.  Ask for help If you need assistance determining this.
- Ensure Boinc & seti@Home applications are already properly functioning on your machine, read carefully the documentation readmes and installation instructions.
Known issues:
- There is no graphics support at this time
- There is no support for CPUs below SSE3 capability (for now)
- Borderline OC'ers be aware that you may need to back off to maintain stability, the increased throughput of this application will stress all system components more. 
- As Always, OC and use these apps AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Please read the information for "Windows Port of Alex Kan's v8.0
Science App Release" also for more relevant details.

And most Importantly of all:
A very long list of people have helped with this build. Top of the list, of course, Alex, not only the excellent sources that form the basis for this build, but the critical help in tracking down some important issues early on, and the helpful suggestions and advice throughout this challenging port.

Extra thanks go to JDWhale, Raistmer, Ned Slider, Urs Echternacht & especially Crunch3r for tirelessly providing the special expertise, coding mods, testing, countless compiles, and hosting of the final release Linux aps. 
Great thanks go also to the members of the prerelease test community, who have stuck through countless builds and proved invaluable in refinement. Along with mods & admin over at Lunatics ( Hi Gecko_R7 & KWSN - jonnyv !  ;D)

To all of you we value your input and would like to hear from you at Lunatics'

Regards,
Jason & Gecko
« Last Edit: 04 Jun 2008, 11:02:58 pm by Gecko_R7 »

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #12 on: 22 Nov 2008, 01:18:26 am »
Optimized Astropulse 5.00 for Windows Updated 11.21.08 w/ newer version

This is a REQUIRED UPGRADE if you are currently running optimized version 4.35

Hi Everyone,

A SETI@Home Astropulse optimised application has been released.

This release offers significantly improved performance for SSE & SSE3 capable (or Higher) PC's running Windows.

Here are individual links for all the initial release builds:

Windows AP_v5.0 SSE3 Science App:[/color][/b]
Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running Windows that have a minimum of SSE3 capability.

1 - Astropulse Windows ap_5.00r69_SSE3(AMD/INTEL)

Windows AP_v5.0 SSE Science App:[/color][/b]
Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running Windows that have a minimum of SSE capability

2 - Astropulse Windows ap_5.00r69_SSE(AMD/INTEL)

Build source is located HERE

PRE-COMBINED PACKAGES: Windows 32 bit Multi Beam AK v8 + Astropulse_v5.0 Science Apps:[/color][/b]

Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running 32 bit Windows that have a minimum of SSE capability.
These packages contain BOTH science applications & an integrated app_info.xml file, grouped by SIMD supported.  Please note AMD/INTEL compatibility at end of link.

1 - Windows 32 bit AK v8 SSE_P3 + AP_v5.0 SSE (Intel-ONLY)
2 - Windows 32 bit AK v8 SSE2 + AP_v5.0 SSE (AMD/Intel)
3 - Windows 32 bit AK v8 SSE3 + AP_v5.0 SSE3 (AMD/Intel)
4 - Windows 32 bit AK v8 SSSE3x + AP_v5.0 SSE3 (Intel-ONLY)
5 - Windows 32 bit AK v8 SSE4.1 + AP_v5.0 SSE3 (Intel-ONLY)

PRE-COMBINED PACKAGES: Windows 64 bit Multi Beam AK v8 + Astropulse_v5.0 Science Apps:[/color][/b]

Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running 64 bit Windows that have a minimum of SSE3 capability.
These packages contain BOTH science applications & an integrated app_info.xml file, grouped by SIMD supported.  Please note AMD/INTEL compatibility at end of link.

6 - Windows 64 bit AK v8 SSE3 + AP_v5.0 SSE3 (AMD/Intel)
7 - Windows 64 bit AK v8 SSSE3x + AP_v5.0 SSE3 (Intel-ONLY)
8 - Windows 64 bit AK v8 SSE4.1 + AP_v5.0 SSE3 (Intel-ONLY)

VERY IMPORTANT!!! Note that these applications are meant for ADVANCED USERS.[/color][/b]
A customized app_info.xml file will need to be properly created and edited according to how you run Astropulse i.e. alone, or with a version of the S@H multi beam application.

Instructions: AP app_info.xml advanced user instructions

Remember to take into account that these instructions were written for stock AP release. Be sure that you using AP part of app_info.xml downloaded with this opt app release binaries and not sample part that posted on AP advanced users page.

There will be some known issues and warnings to be aware of:

- As mentioned above, you WILL need to edit or create an appropriate app_info.xml file.
- Ensure you choose a build that your CPU/OS will support.  Ask for help If you need assistance determining this.
- Ensure Boinc & seti@Home applications are already properly functioning on your machine, read carefully the documentation readmes and installation instructions.
Known issues:
- There is no support for CPUs below SSE capability
- Borderline OC'ers be aware that you may need to back off to maintain stability, the increased throughput of this application will stress all system components more. 
- As Always, use these apps AT YOUR OWN RISK.

And most Importantly of all:
Several people have helped make this build possible.  First and foremost, Raistmer & Jason G  for leading this effort!!!

Special thanks go to JDWhale & Josef W. Segur, Urs Echternacht & Richard Haselgrove for their expertise, input & meticulous testing of the countless development builds.

To all of you we value your input and would like to hear from you at Lunatics'

Regards,
Gecko
« Last Edit: 14 Dec 2008, 11:18:01 pm by Gecko_R7 »

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #13 on: 24 Dec 2008, 11:31:45 am »
Optimized Astropulse 5.00 for Linux 32 Bit & Mac OSX (Intel) based computers


Hi Everyone,

A SETI@Home Astropulse optimized application has been released.

This release offers significantly improved performance for SSE & SSE3 capable computers running 32 Bit versions of Linux or Intel-based Mac OSX.

Here are individual links for all the initial release builds:

Linux 32 Bit Science App:[/color][/b]

Linux 32 Bit SSE Intel/AMD Compatible Science App:
Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running 32 bit Linux that have SSE capability.

1 - Linux 32 Bit Astropulse v5.0_SSE (Intel/AMD)

Linux 32 Bit SSE3 Intel/AMD Compatible Science App:
Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running 32 bit Linux that have SSE3 capability.

2 - Linux 32 Bit Astropulse v5.0_SSE3 (Intel/AMD)

Intel-Mac OSX Science App:[/color][/b]

Mac OSX (Intel) SSE3 Compatible Science App:
Intended for Intel CPUs, running Mac OSX that have SSE3 capability.

3 - Mac OSX (Intel) Astropulse v5.0_SSE3 (Intel-ONLY)

NOTE:[/color][/b] The Mac package includes a folder w/ pre-made app_info.xml “combo” files for use w/ multi-beam AK_v8 science applications for Core, Core2 or Core2/Quad-based Xeon processors.

VERY IMPORTANT!!! Note that these applications are meant for ADVANCED USERS.[/color][/b]

There will be some known issues and warnings to be aware of:

- Linux users may need to edit or create an appropriate “combo” app_info.xml file if wanting to run both the multi-beam & Astropulse science applications.
- Ensure you choose a build that your CPU/OS will support.  Ask for help If you need assistance determining this.
- Ensure Boinc & seti@Home applications are already properly functioning on your machine, read carefully the documentation readmes and installation instructions.
Known issues:
- There is no support for CPUs below SSE capability.
- Borderline OC'ers be aware that you may need to back off to maintain stability, the increased throughput of this application will stress all system components more. 
- As Always, use these apps AT YOUR OWN RISK.

And most Importantly of all:
Several people have helped make this build possible.  First and foremost, Raistmer, Crunch3r & Jason G  for leading this effort!!!

Special thanks go to  Urs Echternacht & Richard Haselgrove   for their expertise, input & meticulous testing of the development builds.

To all of you we value your input and would like to hear from you at Lunatics'.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2009!!!

Regards,
Gecko
« Last Edit: 24 Dec 2008, 11:56:56 am by Gecko_R7 »

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Re: Releases - all released versions are announced here.
« Reply #14 on: 21 Jan 2009, 10:01:27 am »
Optimized Astropulse 5.00 for Windows  Updated 1.21.09 w/ newer version r103

This is an optional UPGRADE if you are currently running optimized version 5.0

Hi Everyone,

A SETI@Home Astropulse optimised application UPDATE has been released.

This release offers significantly improved performance for SSE & SSE3 capable (or Higher) PC's running Windows.

Here are individual links for all the initial release builds:

Windows AP_v5.0 SSE3 Science App:[/color][/b]
Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running Windows that have a minimum of SSE3 capability.

1 - Astropulse Windows ap_5.00r103_SSE3(AMD/INTEL)

Windows AP_v5.0 SSE Science App:[/color][/b]
Intended for Intel & AMD CPUs, running Windows that have a minimum of SSE capability

2 - Astropulse Windows ap_5.00r103_SSE(AMD/INTEL)

Build source is located HERE

VERY IMPORTANT!!! Note that these applications are meant for ADVANCED USERS.[/color][/b]
A customized app_info.xml file will need to be properly created and edited according to how you run Astropulse i.e. alone, or with a version of the S@H multi beam application.

Instructions: AP app_info.xml advanced user instructions

Remember to take into account that these instructions were written for stock AP release. Be sure that you using AP part of app_info.xml downloaded with this opt app release binaries and not sample part that posted on AP advanced users page.

There will be some known issues and warnings to be aware of:

- As mentioned above, you WILL need to edit or create an appropriate app_info.xml file.
- Ensure you choose a build that your CPU/OS will support.  Ask for help If you need assistance determining this.
- Ensure Boinc & seti@Home applications are already properly functioning on your machine, read carefully the documentation readmes and installation instructions.
Known issues:
- There is no support for CPUs below SSE capability
- Borderline OC'ers be aware that you may need to back off to maintain stability, the increased throughput of this application will stress all system components more. 
- As Always, use these apps AT YOUR OWN RISK.

And most Importantly of all:
Several people have helped make this build possible.  First and foremost, Raistmer & Jason G  for leading this effort!!!

Special thanks go to  Josef W. Segur & Richard Haselgrove   for their expertise, input & meticulous testing of the countless development builds.

To all of you we value your input and would like to hear from you at Lunatics'

Regards,
Gecko
« Last Edit: 21 Jan 2009, 02:43:39 pm by Gecko_R7 »

 

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