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Old 08-21-2012, 01:54 AM
Ric Moore
 
Default FYI nVidia's CUDA works!

I just installed the latest 5.0 version, which contains everything you
previously had to install separately. You still have to add the paths
for it to go, and remove your old nvidia driver completely. It will
install the latest driver specific to running CUDA. Yeah, I know ...that
part is scary. But, it didn't work with the latest from Ubuntu / Jockey.


There's a bunch of howto's and if you add the suggested ubuntu .deb
packages that they mention and set your paths, you will be good to go.
just say "yes" to all the questions and take the default install
location (/usr/local/cuda)


I wish nVidia would allow a packager to make a CUDA package. But, I'm
not holding my breath. There was one demo that allowed you to run it on
your CPU and then your GPU for comparison. The CPU chugged along at 1
FPS while the GPU session ran at 60 FPS. Darn thing works.


Now, if I could kill some space aliens with a CUDA enabled game, that
would be something. Ric




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