CUDA Nvidia GT 325M
Hello, I have problems for hashcat to recognize my Nvidia card in the The-Distribution-Which-Does-Not-Handle-OpenCL-Well (Kali) Linux environment

I have the latest version of The-Distribution-Which-Does-Not-Handle-OpenCL-Well (Kali) Linux installed

I proceeded to execute the following command: apt-get install nvidia-driver

As my card is an Nvidia GEFORCE GT 325M I went to the following page:

Where it says it is supported by that package

Then I executed the following commands:

apt-get install nvidia-legacy-340xx-driver
apt-get install nvidia-legacy-340xx-smi
apt-get install nvidia-legacy-340xx-opencl-icd

but, anyway, when executing: hashcat -b

That says it doesn't recognize the graphics board

I appreciate all the help you can give me

well, for Starters, the Card you have does not support CUDA ( but as Hashcat does use OpenCL for quite some Time now, this shouldn't be the relevant Part.

I would guess that the 340.xx Driver is simply too old. As mentioned on the Front Page of the Hashcat Website the GPU Requirements are "NVIDIA GPUs require "NVIDIA Driver" (367.x or later)".

What exactly is the Output when you try to run Hashcat? Maybe I am wrong (to all others, please correct me, if so), but I would guess, that the Card you're trying to use is not supported anymore.

Hashcat 5.1 requires driver 367.x or later. You might want to try it with an older version of hashcat, though i'm not sure about those driver requirements (like version 4.xx of hashcat).

That card is ~10 years old and really ancient...