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Kali Linux 2.0 Tutorials : Install NVIDIA Driver

How To Install NVIDIA Driver on Kali Linux 2.0:

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This guide explains how to install proprietary “NVIDIA Accelerated Linux Graphics Driver” or NVIDIA driver on Kali Linux system. If you are using Kali Linux and have NVIDIA graphics card then most likely you are using open source NVIDIA driver.


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We will explain to you How to make use of NVIDIA video hardware and
install the drivers on a Kali Linux system. The first step is to fully
update your Kali Linux system and make sure you have the kernel headers
installed.

apt-get update
apt-get dist-upgrade
apt-get install -y linux-headers-$(uname -r)
apt-get install nvidia-kernel-dkms
The next step is to disable the nouveau driver. Nouveau is a open source NVIDIA driver project, however it lacks the 3D graphics acceleration needed to run Cuda pentest tools.
sed ‘s/quiet/quiet nouveau.modeset=0/g’ -i /etc/default/grub
update-grub
reboot
Once the system boots back up, you may
see a NVIDIA splash screen, which will indicate that the drivers
installed correctly, however, this is not always the case. In order to
check if the drivers are working properly, execute the following
command.
root@kali:~# glxinfo | grep -i “direct rendering”
direct rendering: Yes
Although utilizing the Cuda tools
included in Kali is beyond the scope of this article, checking to make
sure that they are working properly is always a good idea. The following
command uses Oclhashcat-plus with some of the example files included in
the package.
cd /usr/share/oclhashcat-plus/
./cudaHashcat-plus.bin -t 32 -a 7 example0.hash ?a?a?a?a example.dict
cudaHashcat-plus v0.14 by atom starting…

Hashes: 6494 total, 1 unique salts, 6494 unique digests
Bitmaps: 16 bits, 65536 entries, 0x0000ffff mask, 262144 bytes
Workload: 256 loops, 80 accel
Watchdog: Temperature abort trigger set to 90c
Watchdog: Temperature retain trigger set to 80c
Device #1: GeForce G210M, 511MB, 1468Mhz, 2MCU
Device #2: GeForce 9400M G, 253MB, 1100Mhz, 2MCU
Device #1: Kernel ./kernels/4318/m0000_a1.sm_12.64.ptx
Device #2: Kernel ./kernels/4318/m0000_a1.sm_11.64.ptx

Generated dictionary stats for example.dict: 1210228 bytes, 129988 words, 129988 keyspace

27b797965af03466041487f2a455fe52:mo0000
a48dd0f09abaf64324be83ce86414b5f:ap2300000
7becb9424f38abff581f6f2a82ff436a:sail00
1459ccf0940e63051d5a875a88acfaaf:pigi00
3baa3048651a65d1260eb521ab7c3bc0:ek110
7a7a8220266f71f54f85685969ce999f:davi0123456789
98c627ca129e64dfff3bf08fbaab6c86:fire01man

 As you can see in the output above, the cards are recognized and the passwords are being recovered successfully.


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