From: Ismail, Mohd F. (
Date: Sun May 22 2011 - 02:22:23 CDT

I don't know what happened, but this time the install works fine. I must have made a mistake somewhere.

Another question I have is, in another system, I have Nvidia GPUs, but if I don't want VMD to use them to reserve for computation. Is there a way to start VMD without making it use the Nvidia GPUs?

Thank you.

From: John Stone []
Sent: Saturday, May 21, 2011 10:22 PM
To: Ismail, Mohd F.
Subject: Re: vmd-l: Non-cuda version of VMD on Linux?

  The CUDA version should work fine even if you don't have an NVIDIA card.
Let us know if you have trouble running it for some reason. If so,
please try running it like this and let us know what happens:
  vmd -dispdev text

  John Stone

On Sun, May 22, 2011 at 03:02:01AM +0000, Ismail, Mohd F. wrote:
> Is there a way to get a non-cuda version of vmd on Linux like the Windows version? I have a machine with only integrated Matrox 200w chipset.
> --Farid

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