yo Zermelo, I am curious if by chance you've tried and had any success in higer performance with aircrack-ng-cuda using the command-line switch "-p 4"??
Originally Posted by Zermelo
as I mentioned earlier I have 2x GPUs, and a quad-core CPU Q6600 -- according to the README.CUDA file from aircrack-ng-cuda it says something to the effect that "-p 1" will run on GPU (what happens if you have 2x GPUs or in yr case = 2x GPUs on the same PCI-E slot), and supposedly any # higher then 1 will run on CPU... for me, I nearly DOUBLE my keys per second with "-p 4", I just know this can't be a near 2x increase from plainly using my CPU cores?#!!
give `er a shot, and lemme know what u get! btw, thats pretty schweeet #'s in pyrit! w00t
I get this error on compile
/bin/nvcc --compiler-options -fno-strict-aliasing --host-compilation=C -I. -I/include -DUNIX -maxrregcount 12 -o cudacrypto.o -c cudacrypto.cu
sh: nvopencc: command not found
make: *** [cudacrypto.o] Error 255
make: Leaving directory `/cuda2/aircrack-ng-cuda/src'
make: *** [all] Error 2
once i get things straight on my new computer i'll be joining this project. I'm curious will this work with older xp machines? I see alot of quad and dual core gpus.