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Message 245 - Posted: 12 Apr 2015, 13:06:08 UTC

now that the raspberry pi 2 is out any plans on maybe an app for that
runs linux :)

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Message 250 - Posted: 22 Apr 2015, 8:10:13 UTC - in response to Message 245.

Hi NATE1
Thanks for your message
I have successfully created a RPi app and am in the final(hopefully) stages of testing this on my test project - so watch this space! :)
[I'll let you know if anything untoward happens in these final stages - I haven't actually got any credit yet from my Pi on my test project, as one wu looks like it's going to take about a day to run, but it is so far at least successfully running apparently just now - I just hope my current value for fpops_bound will be high enough and it won't time out...]
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Message 253 - Posted: 4 May 2015, 18:16:54 UTC

so watch this space! :)


I keep checking but no post,
just happen to look under the apps off the main page and found that you added the pi app on the 27th.

Linux/ARM(hf) (unknown) 1.15 27 Apr 2015, 11:41:38 UTC

so attached my 6 rpi 2, running at 700 mhz stock,
looks like maybe 12 to 15 hours or so to do a task.

so far 9.5 hours and 73.5% done. according to the progress bar...

thanks...

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Message 254 - Posted: 4 May 2015, 18:27:11 UTC

spoke too soon, just minutes after posting they started finishing and reporting back, so make that 9 hours and about 42 minutes...


12863605 6595669 27118 4 May 2015, 8:39:40 UTC 4 May 2015, 18:22:37 UTC Completed, waiting for validation 34,916.01 34,887.13 pending Random-base WEP Factorization v1.15
12863612 6595673 27118 4 May 2015, 8:39:40 UTC 4 May 2015, 18:22:24 UTC Completed, waiting for validation 34,905.40 34,879.34 pending Random-base WEP Factorization v1.15
12863614 6595674 27118 4 May 2015, 8:39:40 UTC 4 May 2015, 18:22:11 UTC Completed, waiting for validation 34,895.00 34,870.07 pending Random-base WEP Factorization v1.15
12863496 6595615 27117 4 May 2015, 8:39:39 UTC 4 May 2015, 18:21:56 UTC Completed, waiting for validation 34,904.14 34,871.68 pending Random-base WEP Factorization v1.15
12863581 6595655 27120 4 May 2015, 8:39:27 UTC 4 May 2015, 18:22:15 UTC Completed, waiting for validation 34,894.35 34,879.52 pending Random-base WEP Factorization v1.15

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Message 418 - Posted: 3 May 2020, 20:18:15 UTC - in response to Message 254.

With a PI 4 it is much better.

3 May 2020, 16:25:18 UTC 3 May 2020, 19:09:58 UTC Terminé et validé 9,858.94 9,028.03 29.51 Random-base WEP Factorization v1.15

3 May 2020, 16:25:18 UTC 3 May 2020, 19:10:44 UTC Terminé et validé 9,903.09 9,027.30 30.15 Random-base WEP Factorization v1.15

3 May 2020, 16:25:18 UTC 3 May 2020, 19:11:23 UTC Terminé et validé 9,946.65 9,032.41 29.65 Random-base WEP Factorization v1.15

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Message 434 - Posted: 5 Jun 2020, 13:35:28 UTC - in response to Message 253.
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rpi 2, running at 700 mhz stock


700 MHz is stock speed for the ARM11 equipped Raspberry Pi 1!

There are two different models of the Raspberry Pi 2:

    1. The original Raspberry Pi 2 v1.1 with a BCM2836 SOC, featuring a 32-bit ARM Cortex-A7 @900 MHz (stock)
    2. The later Raspberry Pi 2 v1.2 with a BCM2837 SOC, featuring a 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 @900 MHz (stock)



Basically the model 1.2 is the same as the original Raspberry Pi 3B, but without wifi, so it can easily be 'overclocked' to the same speed as the original 3B: 1200 MHz. Be sure to apply a heatsink though!
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