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Topic: OpenCL yes, Cuda no
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Bill Rowe

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Re: OpenCL yes, Cuda no
Posted: Mar 19, 2013 1:51 AM
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On 3/18/13 at 5:36 AM, janos@lobb.com (J=C3=A1nos L=C3=B6bb) wrote:

>This is a Centos 6.3 machine with Mathematica 9.0 Home Edition. The
>Cuda 5.0 toolkit with the 304.54 driver was installed. When I first
>issued Needs["CUDALink`"], it downloaded lots of stuffs from some
>Wolfram Server, although the cud a 5.0 driver was already installed.
>It is true that not in the expected location, but the needed soft
>links are all set at the right places. For example all samples from
>cuda5 are compiled and those wo need just OpenCL 1.0 or 1.1 are
>executing at the Linux prompt. So I am wondering why CUDAQ[] is
>unable to tell a True.


When I encountered a similar problem, I used
CUDAResourcesUninstall to clear things out then did
CUDAResourcesInstall to set it back up. This cleared the problem
for me. YMMV






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