Re: non working CUDA x86_64 with Home Edition x86
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- Subject: [mg114658] Re: non working CUDA x86_64 with Home Edition x86
- From: Bert RAM Aerts <bert.ram.aerts at gmail.com>
- Date: Sun, 12 Dec 2010 05:41:22 -0500 (EST)
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On 11 dec, 07:52, Bert RAM Aerts <bert.ram.ae... at gmail.com> wrote:
> My laptop is running Mandriva 2010.1 x86_64 Linux.
> It has an nVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT, which supports CUDA.
> CUDA 3.2.16 is installed with the latest display driver 260.19.21
> Compiled examples from CUDA SDK are working fine.
> I have Mathematica Home Edition 8.0.0 which is 32 bit.
> I can install the 32 bit CUDAResources-Lin-18.104.22.168.paclet fromhttp://www.wolfram.com/CUDA/CUDAResources.html
> But trying to install the 64 bit variant
> does not work.
> CUDAInformation::invdriv: CUDA was not able to find a valid CUDA
> driver. Refer to CUDALink System Requirements for system requirements.
> Is there a way to couple 32 bit Mathematica to 64 bit CUDA?
> (It is not possible to install 32 bit CUDA in Mandriva.)
First of all Mandriva's CUDA packages contain libraries for both /usr/
lib and /usr/lib64.
I could get CUDA and OpenCL to work by reading following tutorial
1 symbolic links
ln -s libnvidia-tls.so.260.19.21 libnvidia-tls.so
ln -s nvidia-current/libOpenCL.so libOpenCL.so
2 script mathematica.sh to start Mathematica
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