[pkg-nvidia-devel] Bug#497077: [Patch 6/8] split libcuda1* packages from nvidia-glx* packages
debian at abeckmann.de
Sat Jul 4 11:39:48 UTC 2009
tags 497077 + patch
here I propose a patch for the separation of libcuda1 from the
nvidia-glx packages I suggested some time ago.
This is useful for CUDA development and usage on headless systems (e.g.
using Tesla cards) that don't have or need X, GLX, ...
As names I choose libcuda1, libcuda1-ia32, libcuda-dev. I don't think we
need a vendor prefix nvidia- because I don't expect anyone else to
provide alternative implementations.
There are no dependencies from nvidia-glx on libcuda1 as it was also
done this way when nvidia-libvdpau was separated.
The libcuda.so symlink needs to go directly into the libcuda1 package,
not a -dev package because libcudart.so.1 (from nvidia-cuda-toolkit, not
packaged yet, but I plan to do an ITP soon) does dlopen("libcuda.so").
The patch contains also appropriate lintian-overrides and symbols files
for the new packages.
After applying the patch, debian/control has to be regenerated via
The patch series 1/8 to 6/8 compiles successfully in pbuilder
environments sid/amd64, sid/i386, squeeze/amd64, lenny/amd64, lenny/i386
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