Re: need help with CUDA setup on my MacBook Pro
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- Subject: [mg114920] Re: need help with CUDA setup on my MacBook Pro
- From: Stefan Wolfrum <metawops at gmail.com>
- Date: Thu, 23 Dec 2010 03:51:34 -0500 (EST)
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Hi Patrick, no I didn't try to compile & start the examples. I just downloaded the CUDA driver from Nvidia & didn't get any examples. I downgraded the driver to 3.1.17 now (used to have 3.2.17, the latest from Nvidia for the 9600M GT). However, still the same: CUDAResourcesInstall immediately gives a $Failed as result and I can't manage to get the CUDA resources installed manually: In:= CUDAResourcesInstall["/Users/stefan/Downloads/CUDAResources-OSX-184.108.40.206.p= aclet"] During evaluation of In:= Message::name: Message name CUDAResources paclet path `1` is not valid. is not of the form symbol::name or symbol::name::language. >> Out= $Failed As mentioned I just renamed the downloaded file, which came in as ..paclet.zip to .paclet . Still clueless, Stefan. On 2010-12-19 11:11:52 +0100, Patrick Scheibe said: > Hi, > > did you try to compile and start the examples which come with CUDA? > Which version of the CUDA Toolkit do you use? If you're using 3.2, > please use 3.1. > > Cheers > Patrick > > On Fri, 2010-12-17 at 23:48 -0500, Stefan Wolfrum wrote: >> Hi all, >> >> my MacBook Pro (MBP) is running OS X 10.6.5 and Mathematica Home >> Edition 220.127.116.11 (32bit). >> It's a MBP with two graphics chips: an Nvidia GeForce 9400M and a 9600= M >> GT -- the latter one is listed as a support chipset for Mathematica's >> CUDA functionality. I activated the 9600M GT chip and verified that >> it's the currently used one. >> I, too, downloaded and installed Nvidia's CUDA driver. >> However, I still get "False" from the CUDAQ query. >> I thought that's because of the missing CUDA Ressources so I tried >> >> In:= CUDAResourcesInstall >> >> but I immediately got >> >> Out= $Failed >> >> Mathematica never even tried to download that from it's paclet server >> -- despite the fact that I allowed Mathematica to access the Internet >> in the settings. >> >> So I downloaded the paclet manually (which worked). >> >> However, on a Mac, the downloaded file ends in .zip: >> CUDAResources-OSX-18.104.22.168.paclet.zip >> >> Now I tried several different variations of the path to this paclet in >> the CUDAResourcesInstall command: >> - gave it the full path including the zip filename >> - unpacked the zip file, got a folder "CUDAResources-OSX-22.214.171.124" >> (without the ".paclet"), and used the path to this folder >> - just removed the ".zip" suffix from the downloaded file and gave >> CUDAResources-OSX-126.96.36.199.paclet as parameter >> >> .... but none worked. :-( >> >> The "best" I got (with the last variation mentioned above) was this: >> >> In:= >> CUDAResourcesInstall["/Users/stefan/Downloads/CUDAResources-OSX-8.0.0.= 6.p= >> aclet"]=E2=80=A8 >> >> Message::name : "Message name "CUDAResources paclet path >> `1` is not valid." is not of the form symbol::name or >> symbol::name::language. >> Out= $Failed >> >> Any help on how I can install this paclet? >> And why doesn't the normal (automatic) installation via >> CUDAResourcesInstall work??? >> >> Thanks a lot! >> Stefan.