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  •  10 Jun 2011 06:42
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    Release Notes: Security holes relating to temporary files have been fixed. The BEOLIN architecture was updated and HPIA64 was Added. A console output bug was fixed. Running PVM as root was disabled. Shared library support was added. Assorted compiler warnings were fixed. Typographical errors in man pages were fixed.

    •  09 Nov 2004 01:59
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      Release Notes: Linux 64-bit support now works. A pvmtmpnam() segfault has been fixed. Various AIX5 architectures have been added. There are numerous other tweaks and bugfixes.

      •  12 Apr 2002 18:15
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        Release Notes: New architectures supported: Darwin/MacOS X, Cygwin, and Beoscyld. There are many bugfixes and a couple of new features. One new feature is the concept of a "Virtual Machine ID". You can now set the PVM_VMID environment variable to an arbitrary string (or use the "id=" option in a host file), and this will distinguish multiple virtual machines all running on the same set of hosts under the same userid.

        •  06 Apr 2000 00:39
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          Release Notes: A self-diagnostic install and input from RedHat Linux and NASA for improved use on Beowulf clusters, communication contexts, message handlers, persistent messages, and interoperablity between NT and Unix clusters.

          •  18 Sep 1999 09:39
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            Release Notes: This release fixes the setting PVMDPATH in the hostfile, the "readline" compile error in Linux, and a compile error on HP-UX. New features in PVM 3.4.x include communication contexts, message handlers, persistent messages, and interoperablity between NT and Unix clusters. It also includes a new faster port to shared-memory multiprocessors, and PVM 3.4 works much better with Linux than PVM 3.3.11.

            •  01 Apr 1999 16:04
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              Release Notes: Version 3.4 provides a big leap forward in capabilities of heterogeneous distributed programs. New features include communication contexts, message handlers, persistent messages, and interoperablity between NT and Unix clusters. It also includes a new faster port to shared-memory multiprocessors, and PVM 3.4 works much better with Linux than PVM 3.3.11.

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