Does this project still support Linux ?

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Message 5267 - Posted: 18 Jun 2017, 11:06:10 UTC

My Linux systems (Raspberry Pi) have not received any work for weeks.
According to the server status page work is only available for Enigma AV, but there are no Enigma AV applications for Linux.
Will there be work for Linux systems in the (near) future or should I detach my systems from this project ?

Thanks,

Tom
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Message 5268 - Posted: 18 Jun 2017, 11:20:02 UTC - in response to Message 5267.  

My Linux systems (Raspberry Pi) have not received any work for weeks.
According to the server status page work is only available for Enigma AV, but there are no Enigma AV applications for Linux.
Will there be work for Linux systems in the (near) future or should I detach my systems from this project ?

Thanks,

Tom

I would ask the same for Android as well.
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Message 5299 - Posted: 26 Jun 2017, 21:44:33 UTC - in response to Message 5267.  
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My Linux systems (Raspberry Pi) have not received any work for weeks.
According to the server status page work is only available for Enigma AV, but there are no Enigma AV applications for Linux.
Will there be work for Linux systems in the (near) future or should I detach my systems from this project ?

Thanks,

Tom


When Enigma AV came out, it was WIndows only, though TJM has promised to eventually release a Linux version. The CUDA version is Windows only as well.

I have been using a self-compiled Enigma AV from source code and with customized XML files given to me by user oh2hyt. It works great. Ask him for the files and the source code. Unfortunately it doesn't cover CUDA, which is a real loss from me to the Enigma@Home project.

I hope TJM releases an official Linux version of both CPU and CUDA at least soon. Especially CUDA as my machines can go through them really fast.
-Dan Q

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