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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #34 - 07/08/19 at 21:47:56
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brabo wrote on 06/28/19 at 14:51:37:
tony37 wrote on 06/28/19 at 14:43:01:
@brabo: I also would assume that the more recent networks should be better than number 42000, and yet I see on the rating list that for example number 42600 has 25 elo less, while having a much higher ordo elo. Maybe I'm misunderstanding something here. And of course not all the networks are on that list.

Have you also tested some version of Leelafish?


No, I have only limited resources available. In fact I wouldn't do those tests if there were good benchmarks available. Progress of Lc0 is so fast that any tests are quickly becoming outdated.

the LCZ rating list now finally gives network number 42700 as better than 42000, so I'm definitely switching to that one
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #33 - 07/05/19 at 10:36:43
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I do know that you have to compile it yourself to run it with Linux. If that helps, I have no experience with Linux, hope this helps. You are welcome.
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #32 - 07/04/19 at 16:41:14
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I don't cover Linux installs, only Windows -> Chessbase.
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #31 - 07/04/19 at 10:17:57
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Thank you for answering.
  

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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #30 - 07/04/19 at 09:30:06
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John Hartmann (sp?) has a youtube clip about installing LcO that looks very useful.
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #29 - 07/03/19 at 15:31:08
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Jupp53 wrote on 07/03/19 at 10:20:40:
Is there any forum with help for running Lc0 under Linux? Couldn't find it by my search, in the Lc0-blog or the github-site. Which hardware should I get, as I have only at least five yo pc's without extra graphic card?

I've managed to compile and run it on Linux. But if you want to buy new hardware I suppose you want some Nvidia card and I have no experience with that. But when I google I find several guides how to install proprietary Nvidia drivers.
In my case it helped installing a recent Linux kernel (5.0 or 5.1), otherwise my mouse was hanging while running Lc0.
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #28 - 07/03/19 at 11:14:27
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I think some people run LcO with an internal graphics card. The best place I know of is LcO.org. There is a getting started section. There may be something on youtube of course.
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #27 - 07/03/19 at 10:20:40
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Is there any forum with help for running Lc0 under Linux? Couldn't find it by my search, in the Lc0-blog or the github-site. Which hardware should I get, as I have only at least five yo pc's without extra graphic card?
  

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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #26 - 06/30/19 at 16:36:35
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Leon_Trotsky wrote on 06/27/19 at 22:00:03:
In the run box I received a lot of message saying this:

warning: Linking two modules of different target triples: ' is spir64' whereas '<origin>' is 'vISA_64'

and some warning with repeated numbers on base 2 like 8:8:8:64:8:8:1024

I updated drivers because I saw how old drivers can mess up the process, so drivers are not problem.

Those warnings *are* from the OpenCL drivers though. What video card is this? I don't remember seeing this on AMD.
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #25 - 06/28/19 at 14:51:37
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tony37 wrote on 06/28/19 at 14:43:01:
@brabo: I also would assume that the more recent networks should be better than number 42000, and yet I see on the rating list that for example number 42600 has 25 elo less, while having a much higher ordo elo. Maybe I'm misunderstanding something here. And of course not all the networks are on that list.

Have you also tested some version of Leelafish?


No, I have only limited resources available. In fact I wouldn't do those tests if there were good benchmarks available. Progress of Lc0 is so fast that any tests are quickly becoming outdated.
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #24 - 06/28/19 at 14:43:01
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@brabo: I also would assume that the more recent networks should be better than number 42000, and yet I see on the rating list that for example number 42600 has 25 elo less, while having a much higher ordo elo. Maybe I'm misunderstanding something here. And of course not all the networks are on that list.

Have you also tested some version of Leelafish?
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #23 - 06/28/19 at 12:46:05
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tony37 wrote on 06/27/19 at 21:17:42:
personally I'd take number 42000 (link) as this still appears to be the best one according to this table, but you can't go very much wrong if you take a recent one with a high elo.

I think that file is already a bit old.
The 42000 network has an ordo of 3140.
I tested last month the network 42372 with ordo 3200. That network achieved on my mediocre computer 44-56 against Komodo 11 with tempo 15 minutes + 10 seconds increment.
I just finished a new match over 100 games with the network 42626: 3259 ordo and that one scored 50-50 with same settings and positions.

I know 100 games isn't much but I do get the impression that progress has been made so I would consider instead of network 42000 the most recent one with the highest ordo.

I also think on a slower tempo the results would even improve for Lc0 not to mention what kind of gain you could get running it on a much stronger Nvidia card.
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #22 - 06/28/19 at 10:35:38
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Oh ok, I did because the blog said "run the client".
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #21 - 06/28/19 at 08:59:47
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Pawnpusher wrote on 06/28/19 at 02:18:33:
Shouldn't he run the client before he tries to install the engine? I thought that was a prerequisite.

I think the client is only needed if you want to contribute to the networks
  
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Re: New version of LcO
Reply #20 - 06/28/19 at 02:18:33
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Shouldn't he run the client before he tries to install the engine? I thought that was a prerequisite.
  
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