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Im trying to use hashcat in mode 11300 for an old darkcoin wallet, but version 4.1 doesnt find a known password for a test wallet I made, but version 3.5 does. This would not normally be a problem but it seems version 3.5 has a password length max of 40 characters.

So to better explain I made a new test wallet, with a known password that I just added to a small wordlist. I tested hashcat version 3.0, 3.5, and 4.1. Using the same command on all 3 versions, only version 3.5 recovers the known password.

On version 4.1 I am getting this error "
* Device #1: ATTENTION! OpenCL kernel self-test failed.

Your device driver installation is probably broken.
See also: https://hashcat.net/faq/wrongdriver "

I am using AMD RX580s and ROCM drivers.

Is there a way to disable the OpenCL kernel self test?
If the ROCM drivers work on version 3.5 shouldnt they work on 4.1?
Sometimes OpenCL runtime are a bit buggy. You may need to wait for a later version of rocm and retry.
There is no solution to getting 4.1 working right now with AMD hardware on linux? Ive followed the instructions and installed ROCm version 1.8.1 which is listed as the requirement. Can I recompile it with the openCL headers used with ROCm? Im not understanding the problem right now, Is there a bug tracker so I can read on current issues with 4.1?
I've debugged the kernel and found out it's not a problem in hashcat. You can read here about the details: https://github.com/hashcat/hashcat/issues/1596