CUDA and PyCUDA on ppc64el
tomasz.rybak at post.pl
Thu Jan 3 21:31:08 GMT 2019
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On Tue, 2018-12-18 at 10:33 +0100, Andreas Beckmann wrote:
> On 2018-12-18 08:58, Tomasz Rybak wrote:
> > Hello everyone.
> > Playing a bit with PyCUDA packaging while trying to polish it
> > before upload I tried to build ppc64el package.
> > nvidia-cuda-toolkit is available for this architecture, so PyCUDA
> > should work with it.
> > It looks like there is no libcuda.so for ppc64el. This file is
> > in libcuda1, which is only available for armhf, amd64, and i386.
> nvidia-cuda-toolkit-dev should come with
> that you can use for linking tests
Thanks. It (partially) solved compilation problem.
> > Has anybody tried (or succeeded) runing CUDA on ppc64el?
> > When I look at transition page, I can see packages only for amd64.
> Since they have a build-depends on nvidia-cuda-toolkit in non-free,
> would need manual builds and binary anyway.
> > I'll also ask this question on PyCUDA mailing list, but wanted
> > to coordinate here, as this touched Debian packaging.
> nvidia no longer provides .run files for the ppc64el driver ... so
> hard to get the driver packaged and in sync with amd64.
Now process stops during dpkg-shlibdeps call.
I'll try to fix it, but without much hope now.
But I still want to update for Policy 4.3.0.
Is there timeline for 9.2? I mean - when should
I upload PyCUDA (built with new CUDA) to unstable?
Tomasz Rybak, Debian Developer <serpent at debian.org>
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