Bug#783770: Fwd: [Patch] Shall we update CUDA to 7.0.28 ? (#783770)
cdluminate at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 05:11:34 UTC 2015
FYI CUDA 7.0.28-1 is currently queued in NEW.
I plan to help updating cuda to 7.5 immediately after uploaded
CUDA 7.0, because in my former simple cuda compiler tests,
CUDA 7.0 still doesn't work well with GCC-5.
(not working with gcc >> 4.10)
CUDA 7.5 unblocks one of my ITP BUG and resolves its FTBFS.
In a word I want to get CUDA 7.5 into Debian as soon as possible.
So doko, if your work on GCC depends on a specific CUDA version
(e.g. 7.0.*), please consider waiting for CUDA 7.5 .
I think we'd better have a discussion with anbe,
because I'm not familiar with nvidia packages upload schedule.
How do you think about this?
Is it possible to bump CUDA version so fast?
It seems that the nvidia driver blocks CUDA as its dependency,
but, well, I can also offer help on corresponding packages if in need.
Thank you all :-)
On Thu, 2015-12-03 at 04:31 +0100, Matthias Klose wrote:
> any update on this? I'm interested to rely on this for some recent GCC
> offloading technologies.
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