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Disableing GPUs on Ubuntu

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Posted · Original PosterOP
 

I am trying to move a mining farm on to Ubuntu... because of stability Issues on windows, I can disable GPUs to help with troubleshooting and checking for stability. I looked through the Ubuntu forums, and I wasn't able to find anything way of disabling them without tweaking the BIOs. If it's not possible to disable the GPUs with a command like "Nvidia-setting GPU[2]=off" then mabey a way for the GPU to be ignored by the mining software? Windows device manager Running 8 Nvidia GPUs per Rig all Nvidia and I am currently using Claymore miner. Anything helps or just pointing me in the right direction

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The mining software should let you choose what GPUs to use and which ones not to use, right?

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

The mining software should let you choose what GPUs to use and which ones not to use, right?

 

-Moved to Programs, Apps, and Websites-

yea I must have missed it lol, thanks!

 

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