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Author Topic: Any new 2.4V for linux?  (Read 4691 times)

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Any new 2.4V for linux?
« on: 02 Sep 2007, 03:10:37 pm »
Thank you very much, all of the team, for your continued efforts!  :)

As I'm more interested in the linux versions, especially 64bit, are we going to see new versions for linux also?

Moreover is there going to be a Core 2 optimized version as there was for 2.2?

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Re: Any new 2.4V for linux?
« Reply #1 on: 02 Sep 2007, 03:23:57 pm »
Thank you very much, all of the team, for your continued efforts!  :)

As I'm more interested in the linux versions, especially 64bit, are we going to see new versions for linux also?

Yes. There will be new releases for linux too. Unfortunately i didn't have the time to start with them.

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Moreover is there going to be a Core 2 optimized version as there was for 2.2?

For Linux, probably but i can't promise anything. The latest Linux tests have shown no difference between a SSE3 and SSSE3 build. IOW no speed gain at all.




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Re: Any new 2.4V for linux?
« Reply #2 on: 02 Sep 2007, 05:08:19 pm »
Ok, thank a lot!

Take your time with the linux soup. We want it well cooked and tasty.   ;)

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Re: Any new 2.4V for linux?
« Reply #3 on: 03 Sep 2007, 01:38:48 pm »
Ok, thank a lot!

Take your time with the linux soup. We want it well cooked and tasty.   ;)

In addition to that i'm planing a GFX release for linux too.
Besides that there will be no more difference between Kernel versions like in previous relases (32 bit).

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Re: Any new 2.4V for linux?
« Reply #4 on: 03 Sep 2007, 02:05:07 pm »

In addition to that i'm planing a GFX release for linux too.
Besides that there will be no more difference between Kernel versions like in previous relases (32 bit).

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Good news keep on coming!!!

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Re: Any new 2.4V for linux?
« Reply #5 on: 03 Sep 2007, 04:03:26 pm »
2.4V for linux 32/64 bit contains 5.15 versioned executables. Some glitch with naming ?

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Re: Any new 2.4V for linux?
« Reply #6 on: 03 Sep 2007, 04:07:38 pm »
2.4V for linux 32/64 bit contains 5.15 versioned executables. Some glitch with naming ?


There's no 2.4V for linux atm. So there's no glitch at all.
However, the optimizations you'll see in the S@H stock application for both linux and windows are ALL based on 2.2B source code( wich is, again based on a very old 5.15 stock s@h app.)

For later relased 2.4V linux apps there will posibbly be the same version thag on the executables ... 5.15... So all in all no need to worry about that at all.
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Re: Any new 2.4V for linux?
« Reply #7 on: 03 Sep 2007, 04:31:37 pm »
ah, 2.4_Linux64_kernel_2.6_generic_SSE2.tar.bz2, not 2.4V .. my mistake, sorry  ::)
BTW, is this version faster than latest stock one?
« Last Edit: 03 Sep 2007, 04:33:40 pm by Raistmer »

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Re: Any new 2.4V for linux?
« Reply #8 on: 05 Sep 2007, 08:05:47 pm »
However, the optimizations you'll see in the S@H stock application for both linux and windows are ALL based on 2.2B source code( wich is, again based on a very old 5.15 stock s@h app.)

Let's see, main group of developers took some code optimizations from this site and put them into the new version of seti application code... and called it 5.21.  Then, they fixed some bugs and called it 5.28.  But you've been running the optimized code (even more optimized due to a specialized compiler) all along.

 

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