Phillip David <phrodod(a)gmail.com> writes:
I'm trying to work through the examples in the PyCuda
on the wiki, and I run into trouble right away.
When I try demo.py, I get the following error message:
phillip@phillip-P5E:~/pygpu/pycuda/examples$ python demo.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "demo.py", line 22, in <module>
line 289, in __init__
self.get_surfref = self.module.get_surfref
AttributeError: 'Module' object has no attribute 'get_surfref'
I've tried to solve this problem myself in several ways. First, I
upgraded my Linux distro to Ubuntu 12.04 (Oops -- too far -- Cuda
doesn't officially support this yet), then I upgraded to Cuda 4.2, which
seems to work. But neither of these changes helped this error message.
So finally, I tried building PyCuda from git, but even that didn't help.
I'm not sure what to make of this message, and it doesn't seem to matter
what's in my cuda code (I even tried an empty cuda code, but it didn't
help). My GPU is compute capability 1.3, so it's an older GPU.
I'm guessing you CUDA upgrade was incomplete and the old CUDA C headers
hung around for some reason. Be that as it may, I think I've just fixed
your issue in PyCUDA git. I'd appreciate a quick note on whether that's
actually true, or if I've made anything worse...