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  1. From Nvidia's website today: "Apple's recently released macOS 10.14 (Mojave) does not support CUDA. For CUDA developers who are on macOS 10.13, it is recommended to not upgrade to Mojave. Developers may not be able to use Xcode 10 to build GPU applications or run CUDA applications. Both macOS 10.13.6 and Xcode 9.4 support CUDA and work great with CUDA 10. NVIDIA is working with Apple to get Mojave to support CUDA". Lou
  2. ^^^^Nothing new about that. You'll find it in the first post on the first page. Lou
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    No NV web drivers for High Sierra Build 17C2205

    Call me Lou
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    No NV web drivers for High Sierra Build 17C2205

    It is Build No. 17C205 for all real Macs except for the iMacPro, that model carries a Build No. of 17C2205. Nvidia's Web Driver for C205 is here: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/129756/en-us Don't think we'll ever see one for C2205, since the iMacPro is not available with an Nvidia GPU. Lou
  5. I made my Mavericks install USB Flash Drive with this: http://liondiskmaker.com I used the previous version with ML to make both a DVD and USB install Drive, but the USB Drive is much faster than a DVD. It Works like a charm. Lou
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    Microsoft office Mac question

    Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac. Version 14.3.5. Lou
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