On Friday, May 27, 2011, Andreas Kloeckner wrote:
On Fri, 27 May 2011 10:33:12 +0200, Tomasz Rybak
> Dnia 2011-05-26, czw o godzinie 09:27 -0400, Neal Becker pisze:
> > Just trying a new install on fedora 15.
> > pycuda-0.94.2
> > cudatoolkit_4.0.17_linux_64_fedora13.run
> > I think cuda is not usable on this setup. If I run make test in
> > pycuda, I see:
> > E CompileError: nvcc compilation of /tmp/tmp8bom2S/kernel.cu
> > failed E [command: nvcc --cubin -arch sm_11
> > -I/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-
> > packages/pycuda-0.94.2-py2.7-linux-x86_64.egg/pycuda/../include/pycuda
> > kernel.cu]
> > E [stderr:
> > E In file included from
> > /opt/cuda/bin/../include/cuda_runtime.h:59:0, E
> > from <command-line>:0:
> > E /opt/cuda/bin/../include/host_config.h:82:2: error: #error
> > -- unsupported GNU version! gcc 4.5 and up are not supported!Traceback
> > (most recent call last):
> > But I don't think an older gcc4 is available - the only old compat
> > packages are for gcc34.
> I have similar problem on Debian.
> Fortunately Debian still provides packages for gcc-4.4,
> but default gcc is 4.6.
> I have sent message describing this problem (and my attempts at
> solving it) to Debian mailing list - will let you know when
> final solution is found.
Regarding Debian: thanks to snapshot.debian.org
, old compilers remain
available nearly indefinitely.
What happens if you just comment out that "#error" directive?
Seems all tests passed
Also I might point out that Open CL, by definition, cannot have such
I am thinking of trying pyopencl rather than starting with pycuda. It seems
pycuda has more activity (judging from the mail lists). Which do you
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