openvoid wrote:Hello, got successfully rununng client on Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS.
Everything is done by viewtopic.php?f=54&t=6793
Exept one small thing - wine refused to search .dll's wrapper and symlinks in system32 folder, so i just copied cu*.dll* nv*.dll to working folder of folding client.
This working even with additionaly installed in different directory cudatoolkit 4.2 for other calculation software, and both added to ld.so.conf
Noticed FahCore_11.exe uses around 40% of some core, which drops to around 20% when second GPU is loaded by another calculation.
Don't tested yet how much it affect folding speed.
openvoid wrote:The sad part:
Have a big problem with Tesla S1070 with PCI-E x8 interface cards.
With only single card it works ok. Any combination of interface cards, cables, slots.
But when i connect with two cards it halts system or hangs just few secounds after computation started.
GA-Z68A-3DH-B3 motherboard. It have 3 PCI-E x16 connectors, one in x4 mode, two in x16 or x8 mode, depending on both populated or first only.
Well, probably those x8 mode is somehow incorrectly routed on motherboard, so i tried
Asrock Z68 Extreme7 motherboard with 5 PCI-E x16 with special chip to warrant enough lanes, one PCI-E in x4 mode, one x8, and two x16
received following result
only one card is visible after boot, and only in sli preffered slots both visible but hangs system when calculation starts.
Can someone suggest something?
Hyperlife wrote:Thanks for letting us know -- I need to experiment with 12.04 and update my guide. Are you using Wine 1.4?
Hyperlife wrote:Did this work under previous versions of Ubuntu? I have gotten multiple cards to run, but they were both older cards (9600 GSOs). Are both cards visible in /dev (i.e. /dev/nvidia0, /dev/nvidia1)?
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