Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 00:47:55 -0800 From: Dan Tentler <dan@...nlabs.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Do the precompiled binaries for windows support CUDA? because I lack the experience to do so. I'm no developer. -Dan On 2/24/12 12:43 AM, Samuele Giovanni Tonon wrote: > On 02/24/12 02:25, Dan Tentler wrote: >> It's just helpful - since this is mostly a hobby (meaning my work >> doesn't fund hardware, I have to use my own) I don't spend enough time >> cracking passwords to warrant a separate machine with teslas and fermis >> to run linux on. It saves me the trouble of continually having to reboot >> a machine for just one purpose. >> >> That being said, I'm happily using JtR on both mac osx and linux using >> MPI - I'd just love to be able to remotely hit a command prompt on my >> windows machine to leverage that card. >> I suspect that if a build did surface that supported cuda on windows a >> huge tide of new users would appear in the community. > I may sound harsh with this reply but, since you'd really love to see > jtr with CUDA OpenCL on windows, since john is open source and is based > on the effort of many people working in their free time and coding for > hobby, why not trying to compile and port it by yourself ? In this way > you'd help both yourself and john community. > > Cheers > Samuele
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