christophe at garault
Dec 10, 2011, 4:18 AM
Post #1 of 5
I'm in the process of generating a moduli file under Linux
with 5.9p1 version which in fact takes quite some time for
the big primes to be tested.
So I've checked both portable and current source code but am unable to
find the -K option wich is documented in the man page of OpenBSD site.
This option is supposed to add a checkpoint file when screening the
candidates with -T option which would be very helpful in my case.
Can someone give me a hint as of when this was added and where do I
get some patch for this option ? I've quickly checked this list and the
Changelog but can't figure when this option was added.
Thanks in advance.