If you are reliant upon NVIDIA's CUDA computing parallel computing platform, hopefully you're running 64-bit Linux. NVIDIA announced their plans on Friday to deprecate the 32-bit Linux x86 CUDA Toolkit and the 32-bit Linux CUDA driver...
NVIDIA has announced that it has dropped support for the 32-bit Linux-x86 CUDA and OpenCL applications.Removing the 32-bit support is not really a problem for Linux users, given the fact that there are very few people who are still running 32-bit systems with the new Nvidia cards.According to NVIDIA, the Linux-x86 version of the CUDA toolkit is still available and supported, today, but future vers
Nvidia announced the availability of the production release of its CUDA (compute unified device architecture) Toolkit 3.2. This provides performance increases, new math libraries, and advanced cluster management features for developers creating next-generation applications accelerated via GPUs (graphics processing units), the company says....
NVIDIA® CUDA™ is a general purpose parallel computing architecture
that leverages the parallel compute engine in NVIDIA graphics
processing units (GPUs) to solve many complex computational problems in
a fraction of the time required on a CPU. I don't know why but there is
still no CUDA Driver/Toolkit/SDK Package for Debian.
I installed CUDA toolkit few days ago. Everything was working fine. But then from additional drivers option I activated post release updates. . But that caused the low-graphics-mode-error. I solved it somewhat by pressing Ctrl Alt F1 and uninstalling nvidia-319-updates.
i originally installed nvidia driver 319.49 (x86_64) using the .run file, which was working well. But i wanted to try out the cuda toolkit. So i tried to install over it using the rpm. I installed successfully but there were some issues with the nvidia kernel and driver components not being the same version. so i have removed all nvidia and cuda related packages from the system.
fantasticzr wrote:I solved the problem by commenting out lines involving the SDK related files, and I successfully compiled the cuda-convnet with only cuda 5.5 toolkit provided by pacman. Seems that no individual SDK is provided for linux and Mac OS, because the provided toolkit has already included the libraries from SDK with updated file names in some cases, e.g.