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NVPTX is only for "nouveau" based systems or also for x11-drivers/nvidia-drivers based systems ?

and there is some explanation about BPF ?

BPF is ever a good choice ?

 

Thanx for any suggestion :)

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BPF stands for Berkeley Packet Filter, with this target enabled, llvm will have specific code for this, which is used in some firewalls, etc. It's enabed for generic purposes, you can disable it. 

NVPTX is rather about nvidia-drivers, not nouveau. It enables specific code needed for CUDA, OpenCl and other code that can be used by gpu chips (nvidia in this particular case). Not sure nouveau does that.

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