[PyCuda] Complete recipe for PyCUDA?
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Fri May 8 11:11:03 PDT 2009
On Freitag 08 Mai 2009, Andrew Wagner wrote:
> Is there a recipe out there for getting PyCUDA (including
> dependencies!) up and running that is known to just work?
> I'm hopeful that if I can get PyCUDA installed properly, it will
> become my primary research tool. I used MATLAB exclusively for years
> and loved it. Once that became impossible for performance reasons I
> switched to C++ and CUDA. Now my code runs a lot faster, but I'm only
> about 1/20th as productive as I was with MATLAB. Since I'm hoping
> this will be my primary research tool, I'm willing to do a clean
> install of any OS (though I prefer anything but windows, and have a
> slight preference for mac or debian).
> Even if there is no well-tested recipe, I'd appreciate guidance on
> what platforms, package managers, library versions, etc... are best
> supported. I already spent a couple days tinkering with this, and I
> plan to devote up to a week more, starting in about one week. I've
> been using cuda on OS X for about a semester, but I'm pretty new to
on Debian Lenny or Ubuntu 8.10 should "just work", as in, copy and paste the
commands, wait, and you're done. I use Debian myself.
On that note, any news with respect Ubuntu 9.04? Is that working ok now? Or
are there still issues?
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