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May 23, 2008

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flippenflappen

I too would love to have a linux GPU2 client. Many of my linux only render machines would be donors in down time instead of just sitting around.

mark

you should wait till OpenCL hits linux/windows/Mac OS X.
and folding@home should write a unified code-base.

this way all platforms can enjoy, gpu folding.

Tore Andre Fossdal

I'd really like a gpu2 folding client for my linux.

I really hope its soon here.

Anon

You can currently run the GPU2 client for Nvidia cards (not ATI) on wine!

Its even in wines appdb!

http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=8605

Mark Smith

While having the ability to run the Windows client on Linux is nice, it's far preferable for F@H to release a real nvidia/linux core. I use Windows only as a guest OS in a VM. For everything else (INCLUDING GAMING!) I run Linux. WANT. GPU2. FOR. LINUX! :)

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