Not a native Intel OpenCL runtime
#11
Now I've purged all packages, that I should install, following the faq/wrongdriver. Tried to reinstall the NVIDIA original driver, but it didn't work, because there's a kernel-module still using NVIDIA.
I'm going to have an intensive look next week, now I haven't enough time for it.
Thank you all very much for your help Smile! I'm sure, I'm going to solve the problem, however Wink.

Best regards,
Miksch
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#12
(02-03-2019, 04:07 PM)Miksch Wrote: Now I've purged all packages, that I should install, following the faq/wrongdriver. Tried to reinstall the NVIDIA original driver, but it didn't work, because there's a kernel-module still using NVIDIA.
I'm going to have an intensive look next week, now I haven't enough time for it.
Thank you all very much for your help Smile! I'm sure, I'm going to solve the problem, however Wink.

Best regards,
Miksch

did you ever find the solution? Just started down the CLI career path and am cracking md5 passwords for national Cyber League and am running across the same issues. Fresh install of The-Distribution-Which-Does-Not-Handle-OpenCL-Well (Kali) and Hashcat was already installed on the OS
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#13
Hi I'm having basically the same problem but mine isn't using my CPU with the GPU so I'm getting the speed loss message. I installed everything hashcat says to the only platform I can get the GPU to work on is windows 10 pro, I've tried The-Distribution-Which-Does-Not-Handle-OpenCL-Well (Kali) 2019.3, Unbuntu 16.04 and 18.04. Someone on HCforums said to run grep it is showing opencl for my amdgpu and opencl for my Intel 5i CPU. The Intel opencl on the intel site wouldn't load so I found a way around it and got it  but the problem hasn't changed any ideas? And would the speed difference be that big if the CPU was running too? If not I give up I'm going on two weeks I went from 5000 some H/s to 79000 some if it's only going to add five I give up.  I enter --self-teat-disable and it works I'll live with the extra command if you tell me that's all it will add. Thank you.
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#14
I hope everyone here is reading their own messages and seeing "The-Distribution-Which-Does-Not-Handle-OpenCL-Well (Kali)" and understanding that we say that for a good reason. It does not handle OpenCL runtimes gracefully and getting it to work consistently is a huge pain. It would probably be a good idea to note that and try something else.
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