[ros-dev] Have anyone tried, stress prime on ReactOS?
ashuaria at gmail.com
Tue Dec 16 06:14:41 CET 2008
Thanks, Zachary ;-)
2008/12/16 Zachary Gorden <drakekaizer666 at gmail.com>:
> Wine has a relatively stable OS running under it. Several of ROS' key
> components are very iffy, such as the memory manager. That by itself is
> liable to cause major problems.
> On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 9:05 PM, Ashuaria Lee <ashuaria at gmail.com> wrote:
>> running with wine works fine.
>> I wonder why ReactOS doesn't run
>> 2008/12/12 Ashuaria Lee <ashuaria at gmail.com>:
>> > Hi,
>> > Guys(and Girls) did you heard about a program called "stress prime"?
>> > It was developed to calculate prime numbers. And it is very sensitive
>> > to small errors.
>> > Since it has some kinda detecting errors, many overclockers are using
>> > it to confirm overclocked H/W stability.
>> > Yes, I tried to run this program, just for fun, and surprise! The
>> > system is not overclocked, nor has problem when running stressprime on
>> > WindowsXP.
>> > The rounding error amount was huge. I saw the source code of the
>> > stress prime and I'm sorry it was assembly language, so I couldn't
>> > check what could make such prolem under ReactOS. It was all about the
>> > math, and I'm not good at both(asm,math)
>> > But, one thing sure, is something is not working properly(maybe
>> > kernel?) and it is affecting ReactOS stability.
>> > What is your opinion? any comments?
>> > --
>> > Regards,
>> > Ashuaria Lee
>> Ashuaria Lee
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