Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 00:22:34 +0100 From: Rafael Waldo Delgado Doblas <lord.rafa@...il.com> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Parallella: OpenCL Hello, I'm Rafael, the student from GSoC, today I added a arm32-opencl option to the make file. In order to be able to compile it, I had to remove "opencl_pwsafe_fmt" because if not it returns this linker error: opencl_pwsafe_fmt.o: In function `get_salt': opencl_pwsafe_fmt.c:(.text+0x432): undefined reference to `alter_endianity' Now I have an executable of JtR but when I try to execute (as super user) with the --test parameter, it returns the next error: root@...allella-16:~/john-1.7.9-jumbo-7/src# ../run/john --test  clmesg CRITICAL: libocl.c(849): Linux mmap does not support MAP_NOSYNC, demand a work-around _libocl_clproc_state 0xb6fcc000  clmesg WARNING: libocl.c(149): cannot read ocl.conf, using ICD fallback (/etc/OpenCL/vendors Segmentation fault It looks kind of similar to other error that I got in this example http://forums.parallella.org/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=42 ./out  clmesg CRITICAL: libocl.c(849): Linux mmap does not support MAP_NOSYNC, demand a work-around _libocl_clproc_state 0xb6f6b000  clmesg WARNING: libocl.c(149): cannot read ocl.conf, using ICD fallback (/etc/OpenCL/vendors coprthr-1.5.0-RC1 (Marathon)  clmesg info: cmdsched.c(88): cmdqx0: run  clmesg info: cmdsched.c(88): cmdqx0: run Plotting from (-2.206667, -1.280000) to (1.206667, 1.280000)  clmesg WARNING: ../coprthr-common/ocl_program.c(215): clBuildProgram: warning: unsupported  clmesg WARNING: ../coprthr-common/ocl_program.c(275): clBuildProgram failed with err -11 Segmentation fault I'm awaiting for help in the forum, I suppose that this is a problem with the opencl sdk (libocl) and hopefully the same fix that solve the problem with the example would sove the problem with JtR. What I must to do now?. Best regards, Rafa. Content of type "text/html" skipped
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