No but they do have lovely pre-installed spyware and tracking for you instead.
Recently fired up the original Quake and I have to agree, turning enemies into gibs with the shotgun is still as satisfying as ever :D
I'm also running Debian 10.
Current nvidia drivers are needed (apt install nvidia-drivers)
Also require both the cuda dev lib and opencl lib....
32 core threadripper is now running WU's as well :)
Between 500-700K PPD it seems
Unfortunately that didn't work, used both apt remote and apt purge to remove the drivers however neither seemed to completely remove the driver...
Will give that a shot and report back, thank you for the quick reply.
Thanks in advance for your help and hope all are doing well in this crazy time.
I'm current running Debian 10 (Buster) with nVidia driver 418.74...
Got my main rig Ryzen 2700x and a 1080ti in the fold and hopefully will have a 32 core threadripper in the fold in the next 24 hours.
As previous people have pointed out it appears to be a server end issue due to the influx of new folders. Restarting the client does sometimes...
Next update will put me in the 100mil club :rock:
Sorry to hear it, I hope all is well and that we see you back in the fold.
Passed 30 million this week.
My current daily rig is doing ~550K PDD on a 2700x with a 1060. I have another 1060 on route and some other hardware...
Just upgraded my main PC and it mostly went without a hitch. Seems a bit snapper and having some more up to date packages is always nice...
Folding @ Home rig type - Daily use/Folding
Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - Ryzen 7 2700x
Make & Model of GPU(s) - Gigabyte GTX1060 Windforce OC...
I'd just like to know what sort of internet connection someone had to upload 75TB of data :O
I'd be long dead before I could upload that much....
So a whole heap of people waving at their router to make the downloads faster when the limitation is going to be their internet connection......
While continued research into such tech is good it's not going to produce speeds anything like that in a rural area.
The copper here in country...
Didn't work for me either until I manually installed the Unity web player:
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