[PyCUDA] question from a lazy person : *** CUDA_ROOT not set, and nvcc not in path. Giving up.
mrule7404 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 4 07:24:35 PDT 2010
Thanks, nvcc is actually on the path, which is why I found the message
confusing. I can type nvcc in bash and it runs and everything. I also did
"CUDA_ROOT='/usr/local/cuda'" in bash such that "echo $CUDA_ROOT" prints
"/usr/local/cuda". Also, usr/local/cuda definitely exists. So, it would seem
that I have taken care of both error conditions, and yet the message
On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 10:53 PM, Bogdan Opanchuk <mantihor at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> The error message is sort of self-explanatory. You need to make 'nvcc'
> (cuda compiler) available to installer. There are two ways to do it:
> either add path to it (usually /usr/local/cuda/bin) to your $PATH
> variable (by modifying bash profile, for example), or pass the path to
> CUDA (usually /usr/local/cuda) as --cuda-path to configure.py of
> Best regards,
> On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 8:42 AM, Michael Rule <mrule7404 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > hello,
> > I recently upgraded CUDA on an Ubuntu machine, and, well, everything
> > I thought I had it working, but now scripts that I remember being fine
> > crashing ( actually, most scripts are crashing with 'launch failure').
> > likely my own **** fault, but I went ahead and tried to upgrade PyCUDA to
> > see if that would fix anything. Well, I went back and tried the usual
> > and got
> > *** CUDA_ROOT not set, and nvcc not in path. Giving up.
> > when I tryed to do "sudo make install".
> > So, I apologize for the spam but at the moment I'm just too tired to be
> > to figure out what to do myself. Anyone have any links or solved this
> > problem before ?
> > --mrule.
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