In an earlier article I covered how I got the NVIDIA Tesla K10 GPU cards working under Ubuntu 20.04 with CUDA. In this article I will cover how I got Blender working to allow me to use them.Continue reading “Getting Blender to use CUDA in a render farm”
Late last year I got a couple of ASUS 2U server’s off eBay which are now racked in my home lab. They came with some Nvidia Tesla K10 GPU compute cards in them, 4 in each, and I wanted to get them setup so that I could use CUDA & potentially rendering with either Blender or Davinci Resolve as a render farm.
As I installed Ubuntu 20.04 in them, I thought it was going to be as simple as just installing CUDA – which it was with a minor setback. The current version of CUDA is 11 which Nvidia decided to remove support for compute level 3.0 devices including the K10’s I have, so I had to install the earlier version.Continue reading “Installing CUDA 10.1 on Ubuntu 20.04 to support older GPU cards”
I’ve spent a large amount of time trying to configure a Juniper SRX-240H security appliance with no luck. For some reason a simple config change just won’t work.
Right now I’ve stopped looking at it & will come back to it later, but I’m writing this just in case someone else knows what’s causing it to fail.Continue reading “Failing to configure Junos on an SRX-240H”