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'contrib/metapackages' section


Fast, open framework for Deep Learning (Meta)

Caffe is a deep learning framework made with expression, speed, and modularity in mind. It is developed by the Berkeley Vision and Learning Center (BVLC) and community contributors. . This metapackage pulls CUDA version of caffe: * caffe-tools-cuda * libcaffe-cuda* * python3-caffe-cuda And suggests these packages: * libcaffe-cuda-dev * caffe-doc . Note, this CUDA version cannot co-exist with the CPU_ONLY version.


Installs hashcat and its dependencies for users with NVIDIA GPU

Hashcat is an advanced CPU/GPU-based password recovery utility supporting seven unique modes of attack for over 100 optimized hashing algorithms. . This metapackage makes it easy to install the required dependencies when you want to use hashcat with your NVIDIA GPU (via OpenCL).

/contrib/zfs-linux/spl

Solaris Porting Layer user-space utilities for Linux (dummy)

The Solaris Porting Layer (SPL) is a Linux kernel module which provides many of the Solaris kernel APIs. This shim layer makes it possible to run Solaris kernel code in the Linux kernel with relatively minimal modification. The Solaris Porting LAyer Tests (SPLAT) is a Linux kernel module which provides a testing harness for the SPL module. . SPL can be particularly useful when you want to track upstream Illumos (or any other OpenSolaris fork) development closely and don't want the overhead of maintaining a large patch which converts Solaris primitives to Linux primitives. . This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.

/contrib/zfs-linux/spl-dkms

Solaris Porting Layer kernel modules for Linux (dummy)

The Solaris Porting Layer (SPL) is a Linux kernel module which provides many of the Solaris kernel APIs. This shim layer makes it possible to run Solaris kernel code in the Linux kernel with relatively minimal modification. The Solaris Porting LAyer Tests (SPLAT) is a Linux kernel module which provides a testing harness for the SPL module. . SPL can be particularly useful when you want to track upstream Illumos (or any other OpenSolaris fork) development closely and don't want the overhead of maintaining a large patch which converts Solaris primitives to Linux primitives. . This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed. SPL dkms files had been merged into zfs-dkms as of ZFS 0.8.X series.