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Thread: How to GPGPU in Linux?

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    Thumbs down Re: How to GPGPU in Linux?

    New update for you, just saw this and your post today.
    http://developer.nvidia.com/object/opencl-download.html.
    I hope you like.
    X-rated movies are all alike ... the only thing they leave to the
    imagination is the plot.

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    Re: How to GPGPU in Linux?

    Hi,

    I forgot about this thread! I'm in university now and they're forcing me to use Windows >

    Cool post. I haven't done any programming for a while.
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    Wink Re: How to GPGPU in Linux?

    I know the feeling. I couldn't even apply at one of our local banks unless I used Ie 5 or later ON a ms os. But strangely user agent switcher forced the site to let me use FF in ubuntu. I HATE sites that blindly require microsoft, especially those that don't really need it.

    On a side note, I also hate sites that actually do require microsoft. Like netflix. There is NO way that they can't make it work in linux. They are half done, it already works in ff.
    X-rated movies are all alike ... the only thing they leave to the
    imagination is the plot.

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