Category Archives: Unix
If you do CUDA programming, you will be happy to learn that Nvidia has released a great working Cuda 8 release – download from here, for Ubuntu 16.04 !!! Click here for my test simulation
Reference: Installing MOVES2014a on Linux Operating System: Ubuntu 16.04 click on any image below for large version. Text – movesconfiguration file: defaultServerName = localhost defaultDatabaseName = movesdb20151028 executionServerName = localhost executionDatabaseName = MOVESExecution outputServerName = 127.0.0.1 outputDatabaseName = MOVESOutput nonroadExePath … Continue reading
Below is a screenshot of options choosen while installing Cuda on Linux Mint 17 distro. I also needed to go to administration, driver manager and select the 340 driver.
Comparing 3 machines l use/own: Benchmarks from Boinc manager. In Pictures In detail Linux Workstation – running Linux Mint 16 ========================================= Intel Q8200 @2.33Ghz 4 core 8gb ram 1567 floating points MIPS whetstone per CPU 12633 integer MIPS Dhrystone per … Continue reading
Installing CUDA from Nvidia on ubuntu, linux mint 16 etc, mainly for gpu programming, boinc, blender etc, click here for this great article. My OS version: steve@c3p0 ~/Downloads $ uname -a Linux c3p0 3.11.0-12-generic #19-Ubuntu SMP Wed Oct 9 16:20:46 … Continue reading
Ubuntu open source operating system does not come with restricted/non open source software. To install these, type below in a terminal window. 1st installs the previous but useful package manager. The 3rd installs nvidia current driver [if your pc/laptop has … Continue reading
To create a linux usb drive, try Linux Live usb creator – click here for source website – as shown below imaging Fedora onto a 8Gb thumb drive. “LinuxLive USB Creator is a completely free and open-source software for Windows … Continue reading
Ordered a Raspberry Pi micro computer from Newark Electronics [$35] and l just received it. It came with 513Mb RAM. Click here for the Raspbian – Debian OS distibution website. Home page for Raspberry Pi can be found here. “The … Continue reading
“World Community Grid brings people together from across the globe to create the largest non-profit computing grid benefiting humanity. It does this by pooling surplus computer processing power. We believe that innovation combined with visionary scientific research and large-scale volunteerism … Continue reading
Google IO Developers Conference Video. Click here for website link.