RC5 Client bug in version v2,8010.*

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#1

I just posted the article RC5 Client bug in version v2,8010.*.

Our friends at Distributed.net gave us the following important news.

We had to back rev the latest set of clients. V2.8012.466 contains a bug that will produce bad results. Please downgrade…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/1295-RC5-Client-bug-in-version-v28010_.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/1295-RC5-Client-bug-in-version-v28010_.html)

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#2

Sorry Lads… can’t be arsed to down grade, I’m gonna have to drop out the team. L8rs Pigemeister


#3

Pige -> i think you’re not even infected with this bug, because many people have the correct version!!! only a few have bad ones, so please it first before quitting!


#4

I have been using the same client for over 1 year now but recently I switched to an AMD Thunderbird CPU and now the CPU is not recognized at startup… Is it wise for me to upgrade or has it no effect on my codes???

[Feb 28 10:53:46 UTC] Automatic processor detection found 1 processor. [Feb 28 10:53:46 UTC] Automatic processor type detection did not recognize the processor (tag: “7541:0642”) [Feb 28 10:53:46 UTC] RC5: Running micro-bench to select fastest core… [Feb 28 10:54:12 UTC] RC5: using core #3 (RG Cx re-pair). [Feb 28 10:54:12 UTC] Loaded RC5 4*2^28 packet 11F25F27:80000000 Packet was from a different core/client cpu/os/build. [Feb 28 10:54:12 UTC] 101 RC5 packets (327 work units) remain in buff-in.rc5


#5

You can try i’m not sure :slight_smile: The installing of a new client takes 2 mins so :slight_smile:


#6

You can download the latest version from the link above. This is the good version.


#7

gamefreak, i would definitly(???) upgrade your client i did it to and i made 10% difference when i got my T’bird