--- Comment #15 from Duncan Innes <duncan(a)innes.net> 2009-08-25 10:42:28 ---
My current testing has shown the following:
We're running CUDA 2.3 at the request of our developers, so we are currently
having to use Nvidia beta drivers 190.18
I've not managed to get CUDA working at all on my workstation if I install any
of the nvidia-beta RPMs. Not been able to nail this down, but if I install the
binary driver downloaded from nvidia things run OK. This is confusing as I
thought the RPM builds were a complete version of the official nvidia binary
The server attached to the Tesla box is installed with the
cudadriver_2.3_linux_64_190.18.run and cudatoolkit_2.3_linux_64_rhel5.3.run
binaries from Nvidia.
The CUDA 2.3 SDK is installed on some systems at the moment, but not all.
Our developers are writing test apps to push to the Tesla boxes & suitable
workstations. I will update with more information about that when it's
My RPM building skills are somewhat limited, but I'd like to help if I can.
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