You're right, I found the lib in /usr/lib64/nvidia/ and it is also
Unfortunately Boinc still does not use it, restarting the client or
the whole computer does not help...
Is there an other variant of Boinc available from RPMFusion or can I
use the original Fedora packages?
On Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 11:47 PM, <mmamiga6(a)gmail.com> wrote:
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Satz
Sent: Friday, March 08, 2013 4:21 AM
Subject: NVidia-Drivers / libcuda.so?
I want to use the NVidia drivers together with libcuda.so to use my graphics
card for calculations (for SETI@Home to be more exact).
After I installed the related graphics-driver-packages from RPMFusion I
found some programs like nvidia-cuda-proxy or nvidia-cuda-server-control but
no libcuda.so. Amazingly these NVidia-CUDA-daemons are not started.
Google told me libcuda was part of the NVidia xorg-drv-package at least for
earlier versions than Fedora 18. So what happened to it? Is there a reason
why it is no longer part of that package?
It could be that the libcuda.so is in lib64
Try sudo service boinc start to start the daemon
Sudo service boinc stop to stop the daemon
Sudo service boinc restart to restart it