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Erik Itter
02/09/13 5:08pm

[Moved here so the thread would be together - FM]

Subject: CUDAFunctionLoad fails - cannot get CUDA to work
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I tried the example

doubleFun = CUDAFunctionLoad["
__global__ void doubleVec(mint * in, mint length) {
mint index = threadIdx.x + blockIdx.x * blockDim.x;

if (index < length)
in[index] = 2*in[index];
}", "doubleVec", {{_Integer}, _Integer}, 256]

but it throw an error:

CUDAFunctionLoad::target: Target system specification "TargetSystemID" -> Windows-x86-64 is not available for NVIDIA CUDA Compiler installation C:\Users\Erik\AppData\Roaming\Mathematica\Paclets\Repository\CUDAResources-Win64-9.0.0.0\CUDAToolkit\bin\. >>

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CUDALink does not see compilers Erik Itter 02/09/13 02:14am
Re: CUDALink does not see compilers Forum Modera... 02/09/13 4:44pm
Re: Re: CUDALink does not see compilers Erik Itter 02/10/13 07:05am
Re: Re: CUDALink does not see compilers Erik Itter 02/10/13 07:31am
Re: CUDALink does not see compilers Erik Itter 02/09/13 5:08pm
Re: Re: CUDALink does not see compilers Forum Modera... 03/16/13 8:40pm
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