Hello, thank you very much for your hint. It seems not to be related
with my cuda 9 installation as the cuda samples compile well.
but anyway i have the impression that the hos compiler gcc6 makes a lot
of trouble so I purged my cuda installation installed the debian
cuda-toolkit packages(cuda 8)
and compiled a version of gcc4.9 as cuda 8 is incompatible to gcc6. now
it seems to work!
will test it further.
On 12/16/2017 12:09 AM, Andreas Kloeckner wrote:
christoph <christoph.macho(a)gmx.at> writes:
I am new to pycuda and would love to to install
pycuda, but I fail to use
it because of the following message.
ExecError: error invoking 'nvcc --version': [Errno 13] Permission denied
This points to an issue with your CUDA installation. See if you can
compile and run a CUDA C example like the following:
using CUDA C. If you can, then PyCUDA should work for you. If you can't,
then something is wrong with your installation that is independent of PyCUDA.
and when I try to run the test script i get the
following error although
pytest is installed.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "test_driver.py", line 964, in <module>
from py.test.cmdline import main
ImportError: No module named 'py.test.cmdline'; 'py.test' is not a
This is known and will need to get fixed eventually. In the meantime,
python -m pytest test_driver.py