Last night I was working on a project and needed to transfer some files from one of my Windows computers at home to my laptop at the computer shop. I was pretty sure that I could do this using Remote Desktop and after a bit of testing figured out how to do this. Below are instructions on how to transfer files between computers via Windows 7 Remote Desktop.
oclHashcat64.bin: /usr/lib64/libOpenCL.so: no version information available (required by ./oclHashcat64.bin)
I have been working on a project using oclHashcat this afternoon and started to look into an error that has existed on a development server where we use oclHashcat for quite some time. After some digging around I am confident that regardless of the error existing there is not an issue but I wanted to post an article related to the error in case anyone else looked for a resolution to the error. Below is information on the libOpenCL.so error and my thoughts regarding the error.
Today I was doing some testing with OpenCL and needed to install ATI Stream for one of the tests I was performing but I ran into an error during the compile process. The error related to glu.h which was not found during the compile process using make. Below I describe the error in more detail as well as what was done to resolve the error and make the glu.h file available on the server.
Recently we have been doing a lot of testing of oclHashcat on CentOS Linux servers. The oclHashcat application takes advantage of the GPU’s, or Graphical Processing Units, of Nvidia graphics cards or ATI graphics cards. Anyhow one of the servers we have been testing with has four Nvidia 295 GTX’s and at times was receiving an error stating the kernel was disabling the IRQ. Below we describe the error in more detail along with a kernel parameter that was added to resolve the error. Even though we experienced this issue with oclHashcat specifically the error could happen with other applications and/or Linux Operating Systems so the resolution could be the same.
RPMForge: Could not retrieve mirrorlist http://apt.sw.be/redhat/el5/en/mirrors-rpmforge error was [Errno 12] Timeout: urlopen error timed out
Earlier today I was having trouble on one of my development servers reaching the RPMForge repository which I use on CentOS Linux servers. I believe the issue to be some form of odd network issues either at the development servers location, on the repos end, or somewhere in between. Regardless of the issue at hand there is a work around that can be used which is described in more detail below.