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    New GPU Project

    There is a new Nvidia project HERE.

    It may be driver sensitive ... Sphynx had problems on some of his GPUs. Scole is having good results on 7xx, 9xx, and 10xx cards using 372.9. I'm running it on my 1080 using 375.7.


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    Re: New GPU Project

    Runs fine on 375.70 on any 500 series or 750ti.

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    Re: New GPU Project

    They don't even have the forums set up yet. Would it be inappropriate to PM the admin and ask about getting badges

    It is showing up in WuProp so you can get a star for it.


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    Re: New GPU Project

    Mine error out immediately after starting. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, 1060 6GB, driver 367.35

    <core_client_version>7.6.31</core_client_version>
    <![CDATA[
    <message>
    process exited with code 127 (0x7f, -129)
    </message>
    <stderr_txt>
    ../../projects/parlea.ru_andersonattack/anderson_attack_a5_02_x86_64-pc-linux-gnu__cuda_fermi: error while loading shared libraries: libcudart.so.7.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    </stderr_txt>
    ]]>

    Why does error message say cuda_fermi for a pascal card?



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    Re: New GPU Project

    Quote Originally Posted by nanoprobe View Post
    Mine error out immediately after starting. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, 1060 6GB, driver 367.35

    <core_client_version>7.6.31</core_client_version>
    <=!=[=C=D=A=T=A=[
    <message>
    process exited with code 127 (0x7f, -129)
    </message>
    <stderr_txt>
    ../../projects/parlea.ru_andersonattack/anderson_attack_a5_02_x86_64-pc-linux-gnu__cuda_fermi: error while loading shared libraries: libcudart.so.7.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    </stderr_txt>
    ]=]=>

    Why does error message say cuda_fermi for a pascal card?
    Upgrade your driver to at least 375.70 or the latest one.

    The application is called (Cuda_fermi) so I think it why that sows up. Both Scole and I aren't having any trouble with GTX 10xx cards. I'm running under Windows .... I don't know about Scole.


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    Re: New GPU Project

    Synaptic package upgraded to 370.10 but they still error out. I wonder if 375 is out for Linux. They seem to lag behind windows.



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    Re: New GPU Project

    Downloaded the 375.10 driver but as usual with me and linux there's a snag. Terminal says I have to exit x server to install driver but when I do that all I have is a black screen with a flashing cursor. *face palm*



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    Re: New GPU Project

    Quote Originally Posted by nanoprobe View Post
    Synaptic package upgraded to 370.10 but they still error out. I wonder if 375 is out for Linux. They seem to lag behind windows.
    There is 1 Linux host on the 1st page of "top computers" that is running Linux. The driver is 367.44 and the GPU is a 750TI. There are only a couple of Linux hosts on the following couple of pages and they aren't having any luck.


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    Re: New GPU Project

    Quote Originally Posted by nanoprobe View Post
    Downloaded the 375.10 driver but as usual with me and linux there's a snag. Terminal says I have to exit x server to install driver but when I do that all I have is a black screen with a flashing cursor. *face palm*
    You need to log out of your GUI and use one of the character only Multi-Screens...

    Logout.
    Hit Ctrl-Alt-F1 to get to a character only login prompt.
    Login and get to a root prompt. I normally go with "sudo bash" so all the rest of that session is in admin mode.
    Not sure which gui you are using, but you need to stop it.
    service lightdm stop
    Will handle the default Unity interface
    Then you can run the installer
    When that's done, the best idea is to reboot the system.
    You can restart the GUI by
    service start lightdm
    Or, again, whichever DesktopManager you run. (Like maybe gdm...)
    From the character Multi-Screen, you can always hit the Ctrl-Alt-F7 to get back to your GUI if you haven't stopped it. On Linux, you always have a number of "terminals" available if you need a command prompt. F1-F12 are commonly used, with F1-F6 commonly having Character terminals started and F7 normally being the GUI.

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    Re: New GPU Project

    Quote Originally Posted by Mumps View Post
    You need to log out of your GUI and use one of the character only Multi-Screens...

    Logout.
    Hit Ctrl-Alt-F1 to get to a character only login prompt.
    Login and get to a root prompt. I normally go with "sudo bash" so all the rest of that session is in admin mode.
    Not sure which gui you are using, but you need to stop it.
    service lightdm stop
    Will handle the default Unity interface
    Then you can run the installer
    When that's done, the best idea is to reboot the system.
    You can restart the GUI by
    service start lightdm
    Or, again, whichever DesktopManager you run. (Like maybe gdm...)
    From the character Multi-Screen, you can always hit the Ctrl-Alt-F7 to get back to your GUI if you haven't stopped it. On Linux, you always have a number of "terminals" available if you need a command prompt. F1-F12 are commonly used, with F1-F6 commonly having Character terminals started and F7 normally being the GUI.
    Followed your directions but I get a new error that says nvidia-uvm kernel module is still running and the driver install fails. Can't figure out how to get nvidia-uvm to unload.



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