There are several ways and steps you could check which CUDA version is installed on your Linux box
Identify the CUDA location and version with NVCC
Run which nvcc to find if nvcc is installed properly.
You should see something like… more
Recently I’ve been having trouble with the Nvidia driver on CentOS 6.
Opening any kind of app that uses the GPU like Google Chrome, Firefox or even Nvidia’s own nvidia-settings causes X to crash and… more
Unfortunately, our first Jetson TK1 board just died. Overnight, the board shut down at some point and in the morning it wouldn’t boot up. No SSH access, no ping and no output over HDMI.
While a lot… more
Up until recently, after every reset, I’d get a new language added to my language bar. And it was a strange one, Upper Sorbian.
It would always appear in my bar, but never in the language settings pane
I had… more
It took a while, but I’ve finally managed to compile and run GHC-7.8.3 on an Nvidia Jetson K1 board.
The Jetson K1 board has a 32-bit Nvidia Tegra processor (essentially a quad-core ARM Cortex… more
Last week I wrote about strange assembler messages on new PCs and I mentioned there could be performance issues when you don’t use
-march=native is very good if you only plan to run your code on a… more
We recently upgraded some of our workstations to the new i7 Haswell series, but when compiling we suddenly got strange messages when compiling the Boost package:
Assembler messages: Error: no such... more