On Sun 18 Oct 2020 10:07:47 AM CDT, Jiri Slaby wrote:
On 14. 10. 20, 8:08, Jiri Slaby wrote:
If that doesn't happen until 5.9.1²⁾, I
won't wait any longer and
will proceed with pushing 5.9.1 to K:s and TW.
So Nvidia made the announcements¹⁾. If I googled right, you will have
uvm support for new enough gfx cards for 5.9+ by the end of the year,
maybe already in mid-November.
I have just submitted 5.9.1. It will appear in Kernel:stable soon.
Once 5.8.15 with BleedingTooth fixes is accepted to TW (sr#842044),
5.9.x will be submitted to TW as well.
¹⁾ One of those is at:
With this change I suspect support will be dropped for the older cards,
I discovered this when compiling the lc0 chess engine and cuda 11.x.x,
no support for Kepler or Maxwell (sm_50 and sm_52), compute_53 and
sm_53 is the minimum.
My GT7xx series won't cut the mustard anymore :(
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