OSX A complete PHLX Oil Service Index index overview by MarketWatch. View stock market news, stock market data and trading information. Project Description. Fluent Bit is a fast Log Processor and Forwarder for Linux, Windows, Embedded Linux, MacOS and BSD family operating systems. It's part of the Graduated Fluentd Ecosystem and a CNCF sub-project. This update of GpuTest is available with two new features. The first one is a new OpenGL benchmark that draws the popular Julia fractal in a GLSL pixel shader. The interesting thing is that the Julia fractal is available in two flavors: FP32 and FP64.
1 – GpuTest 0.7.0 Downloads
New Macos Update
Windows 64-bit (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10)
Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10
Linux 64-bit (Ubuntu-based, openSUSE)
2 – GpuTest 0.7.0 Release Highlights
This update of GpuTest is available with two new features. The first one is a new OpenGL benchmark that draws the popular Julia fractal in a GLSL pixel shader. The interesting thing is that the Julia fractal is available in two flavors: FP32 and FP64. The Julia FP32 (fp32 = single precision floating point) test should run on any OpenGL 2 or OpenGL 3 capable hardware. The Julia FP64 is limited to OpenGL 4.0 capable hardware and draws the Julia fractal using FP64 (fp64 = double precision floating point) variables. Some scores are available in this article.
On NVIDIA GPUs, the Julia FP64 test runs perfectly on all platforms (Windows, Linux and OS X 10.9). On AMD GPUs, the Julia FP64 test runs fine on Windows, has some trouble on Linux (tested with FGLRX drivers on Linux Mint 16), and does not work on OS X…
I didn’t tested the FP64 demo on Intel GPUs.
GpuTest 0.7.0, Julia FP64 OpenGL 4.0 test – GeForce GT 650M – Mac OS X 10.9
The second feature is the possibility to submit scores to an online GPU database. This database stores all possible (platform-dependent) GPU data (device IDs, clock speeds, temperature, drivers, etc.) as well as OpenGL and OpenCL information (extensions, version, etc.). This GPU database is also used by the latest GPU Caps Viewer.
Ranking / comparative tables will be available shortly!
GpuTest 0.7.0 comes with new textures to change a bit the look of the other 3D tests:
GpuTest 0.7.0, FurMark test
GpuTest 0.7.0, TessMark X32 test
GpuTest 0.7.0, GiMark test
For Linux users, an Python/Tkinter interface is available. To launch it, justr open a terminal in GpuTest folder and type:
Depending on the state of your distro, maybe you will need to install the python-tk package:
Do not hesitate to improve this interface and send me your work. I will add it in GpuTest (with your credits!).
GpuTest 0.7.0, Linux Python/tkinter GUI
In the Windows and Linux versions, I added the temperature graph when GPU core temperature sensor is available. The temperature graph can be displayed with the OSI (On Screen Info) checkbox or via the command line:
The temp graph is not available in benchmark mode for performance reasons.
Update (2014.04.25): for Linux users, here is an alternative front-end (gtk+/glade/python):
The front-end require GTK+ 3.10.
A forum is available HERE for feedbacks or bug-reports.
3 – GpuTest 0.7.0 Changelog
- added online score database.
- added temperature graph (OSI) when available.
- added new Julia FP64 fractal test (OpenGL 4.0).
- added new Julia FP32 fractal test (OpenGL 2.1 / 3.0).
- updated with latest 3d framework.
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New Linux Updates
- Ability to use the OpenSC framework to enable SmartCard based authentication for the initial SSH connection.
- Ability to use a variety of different proxy types.
- Ability to fetch session configuration files via http (read only)
- Ability to disable configuration controls by providing a read only configuration file.
- Dynamic use of libsmbclient, libcups, libopensc and pulseaudio (no static dependencies).
- Uses libjpeg-turbo for speed improvement (if available).
Using wxWidgets for multi platform capabilities, OpenNX runs on Unix systems, Mac OSX and Windows. Currently, binaries are available for various Linux distributions as well as Mac OSX and Windows. Binaries for OpenBSD are available in the official OpenBSD ports tree. For those, who want to build OpenNX from source, we recommend building from SVN. Build instructions can be found in the Wiki.
Because OpenNX uses NX technology for providing a remote desktop display, in order to use OpenNX you must have access to a NX server installation. In addition to NoMachine's commercial server, there are several open source implementations available. The most prominent one is FreeNX. Another one is Google's NeatX, which however does not yet provide the full feature set.
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Until September 2010, I had access to an old iMac running OSX 10.5 at my employer. Unfortunately, that machine died and my employer does not see the need to purchase a new machine (we don't do Mac Software at that company). When the machine died, I was able to virtualize a backup of it and used that for development. Until now. With Apple's release of OSX 10.7 (Lion), the situation has changed. Lion does not support 32bit anymore and they apparently changed the keyboard handling of their included X11 server. For OpenNX, this means: I can't test/fix the keyboard handling until I get my hands on a real 64bit Mac with 10.7. Therefore, I now enabled SF's donation system in order to collect money for the appropriate hardware.
Update: My employer announced to double the collected amount! A macmini costs approx. 599 EUR, so the goal is now approx 300 EUR.
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