On Thu, Aug 6, 2020 at 9:26 AM Christoph Feck <cfeck(a)kde.org> wrote:
On 07/24/20 15:06, Roger Oberholtzer wrote:
I am using the NVIDIA NVCC GPU /CUDA compiler on
The package I am building (darknet) seems to work best with NVCC 10.2.
So I have been using that on Tumbleweed.
I am setting up a new Tumbleweed system, and I see that gcc-8 (64-bit)
is no longer available. I see gcc-7 and gcc-9. But no gcc-8. If it has
been removed, is it perhaps still possible to find it for Tumbleweed?
I did a search on openSUSE downloads, and it only had some Debian
release. Nothing for openSUSE.
I tried other GCC releases witn NVCC, but it complains that they are
unsupported versions. It wants gcc-8.
I simply commented out the GCC version check in the NVIDIA CUDA headers
and had no issues with GCC 9 so far, but I only needed it for OptiX.
I will try that. It would make life easier...
I will report back when I have had a chance to test it.
The machines in question are being used in production. We are doing
feature detection on 30000 km of images, with 8 images taken each 10
meters (e.g. 24,000,000 images). We will do this for the next 5
summers. And it's not even the biggest part of the task.
So I don't want to mess with the pipeline of processing! I will have
to sneak in my test.
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