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2013 Apple Mac Pro 2.7GHz 12 Core/64GB/256GB Flash/Dual AMD FirePro D700 6GB 6,1


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2013 Apple Mac Pro 2.7GHz 12 Core/64GB/256GB Flash/Dual AMD FirePro D700 6GB 6,1

Hey MacPro users.

I just bought a refurbished 13-Core MacPro with 64GB of RAM for a cybersecurity gaming project I'm working on. Could not wait for the new MacPro in 2019, so this will have to do:

2013 Apple Mac Pro 2.7GHz 12 Core/64GB/256GB Flash/Dual AMD FirePro D700 6GB 6,1

Now, I'm thinking about which eGPU to buy.

Yes, I know it's only Thunderbolt 2 versus Thunderbolt 3, but that's OK for now.

I'm looking at a number of eGPUs and various eGPU enclosure setups.

Does anyone here have a 2013 Mac Pro with an eGPU?

Thanks!
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UPDATE-FLASHPLUGIN-NONFREE(8)				      System Manager's Manual				     UPDATE-FLASHPLUGIN-NONFREE(8)

NAME
update-flashplugin-nonfree - program to get the newest Adobe Flash Player
SYNOPSIS
update-flashplugin-nonfree --install update-flashplugin-nonfree --uninstall
DESCRIPTION
The program update-flashplugin-nonfree takes care of downloading last minute information from Debian about suitable versions, removing the installed Adobe Flash Plugin if it has been reported as insecure, or, if a newer suitable version is available, downloading a newer Adobe Flash Player and its installer from the Adobe download site, run the downloaded installer to install the Adobe Flash Player on the local system, and then move the installed files to where they fit on a Debian system. A copy of the downloaded .tar.gz is saved in /var/cache/flashplugin-nonfree for later reuse. The program update-flashplugin-nonfree is used in the postinst and prerm scripts of the Debian package, but this program can also be run manually by root.
OPTIONS
--install To install, update or remove the Adobe Flash Player depending on downloaded last minute information from Debian about suitable ver- sions. --uninstall To remove the Adobe Flash Player. --verbose Produce detailed information about what's happening. --quiet Produce no informational output.
SEE ALSO
http://wiki.debian.org/FlashPlayer If you subscribe to this wiki page, then you will receive updates via e-mail. http://www.adobe.com/ The Adobe homepage. August 15, 2007 UPDATE-FLASHPLUGIN-NONFREE(8)

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