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Questions tagged [cuda]

CUDA stands for Compute Unified Device Architecture

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Unable to install Cuda 9.0

When trying to install cuda 9 i get the following errors. Im using Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done You might want ...
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How to install CUDA 8 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS?

Ubuntu 18.04 TLS has moved to CUDA 9.1 now, which deprecates the Nvidia Fermi Architecture. I have tried installing the cuda 8 toolkit from nvidia with an --override option (to discard compiler ...
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New install runs slow with cuda

I recently installed Ubuntu 16.04.5 on a new machine with an Intel i7-8750H (2.2 GHz) and a Geforce 1080X. The install ran great until I installed CUDA drivers. I have tried CUDA 10.0, and CUDA 9.2. ...
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How do I Install CUDA 4.0 and NVIDIA R394.16 on Ubuntu 18.04? [duplicate]

How do I Install CUDA 4.0 and NVIDIA R394.16 On Ubuntu 18.04 ? Thanks
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Kubuntu Tensorflow-GPU CUDA 9 and cuDNN 7.0/7.1 installed

I would like to receive some help over here in a weird situation. So I've tried multiple combinations of CUDA with cuDNN but I didn't succeed in any of them. Currently, I'm using: OS: Kubuntu 18.04 ...
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Nonbonded interactions on the GPU were required, but not supported for these simulation settings

I get this error when I run Gromacs on GPU: Where can the problem be? Thanks GROMACS: gmx mdrun, version 2018 Executable: /opt/Gromacs-5.1.4/bin/gmx Data prefix: /opt/Gromacs-5.1.4 Working dir: ...
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Reinstall CUDA toolkit

Okay, I've run this commands to install CUDA Toolkit version 10: (after downloading a .deb file ) sudo dpkg -i cuda-repo-ubuntu1704-10-0-local_10.0.176-1_amd64.deb sudo apt-key add /var/cuda-repo-10-...
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Does installation of nvcc (nvidia-cuda-toolkit) affect my graphic driver?

I have followed previous posts for emulation of CUDA on my laptop which does not have any nvidia graphic card at all. The solution of nvcc -deviceemu on my ubuntu looks cool. However, my concern is ...
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CUDA problems with nvidia driver version

Coming from How do I install NVIDIA and CUDA drivers into Ubuntu?1 I'm trying the CUDA 9.2 and drivers 396 configuration but the drivers that sudo apt install cuda-9-2 installs are the 410. How can ...
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CUDA 9.1 install on Ubuntu 18.04 on an online Google VM

When I try to install the NVIDIA driver, I run this command: sudo bash cuda_9.1.85_387.26_linux --verbose --override --kernel- source-path=/usr/src/linux-source-4.15.0 ...and it tells me that it ...
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GPG error for command apt-get update [duplicate]

First of all I tried to install cuda-9.0 with (source: tensorflow) # Add NVIDIA package repository sudo apt-key adv --fetch-keys http://developer.download.nvidia.com/compute/cuda/repos/ubuntu1604/...
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cuda-drivers package-update hold back?

$ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade leads to Die folgenden Pakete sind zurückgehalten worden: cuda-drivers (the following packages were hold back: cuda-drivers) What does it actually mean, what can I do ...
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Locate installation file I downloaded at home

The security of the network at my workplace doesn't allow downloads for many installation files. I have a work laptop and a desktop, both of which run Ubuntu. I needed to install a couple software ...
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Error when loading NVIDIA driver and CUDA after reinstallation

I have a computer with: System: Ubuntu 14.04 GPU: NVIDIA GTX1080ti Around one year ago I installed the system and then installed CUDA8.0 with NVIDIA drivers on this computer. The GPU and CUDA has ...
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Gtx 1050 in vulkan: Xlib: extension “NV-GLX” missing on display “:0”

I was messing up, trying to do some dev with Vulkan. At the time of building the examples and samples, but in execution time, the library uses the integrated graphics (Intel UHD 620) instead of the ...
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How do I install NVIDIA and CUDA drivers into Ubuntu?

I have a system with a NVIDIA card that has a compute support of 3.5+ compared on https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus. How do I install CUDA and the NVIDIA drivers in Ubuntu without downloading ...
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Ubuntu 18.04 and CUDA

Trying to install CUDA 91. on Ubuntu 18.04. NVidia only has it for 16 and 17.10. I've tried installing libcudart9.1, nvidia-cuda-dev, and nvidia-cuda-toolkit from the repo. Since there's nothing in /...
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How to safely upgrade CUDA 7.5 to 8.0?

I have Ubuntu 16.04 and gtx 780m and cuda 7.5. How can I upgrade to cuda 8.0? Is this method correct? The nvidia website does not tell me how to upgrade, only install. What is the easiest and ...
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GTX 780M compatible with CUDA 9.2 ? 8.0?

I dont know anything about GPUs. I am using Ubunutu 16.04 and my nvidia-smi says I am using CUDA 7.5. If i install CUDA 8.0 will my system break ? Can GTX use any CUDA version ?
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Ubuntu 18.04 + Cuda 390 does NOT detect second monitor on displayport

My machine has NVIDIA Quadro K2200 graphic card with GPU. I installed Ubuntu 18.04 and nvidia-390.48 as well as CUDA 9.0 (I use Cuda 9.0 because higher versions are not working with keras and tensor-...
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Allow CUDA development in VirtualBox running Ubuntu 16.04

I would like to do CUDA development in a Ubuntu 16.04 Virtualbox guest. It is not necessary to actually run the built application, it just needs to compile. I installed cuda-9-2 using the command ...
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Which Ubuntu should I install for my GPU Quadro P400 to do Deep Learning (Python3, Cuda, Tensorflow, OpenCV) [duplicate]

I have been struggling for almost 6 months trying to find the suitable combination to make Tensorflow/Keras, Cuda and OpenCV work in harmony using Python3, so that I can do some Deep Learning research ...
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Where was CUDA installed (it's not in default path)?

I installed CUDA in my Ubuntu 18.04 by performing the following commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa sudo apt update sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall sudo reboot sudo apt install ...
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Unmet dependencies error while removing NVIDIA drivers/files

System information: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS ACER E5-573G NVIDIA GeForce 940M I am trying to download nvidia drivers, CUDA toolkit and cudnn files to use tensorflow with the GPU. I managed to download CUDA ...
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Unable to login after Cuda 9.2 getting install Ubuntu 16.04 in GPU 940MX [duplicate]

I have installed cuda9.2 in Ubuntu 16.04 virtual machine. but the login menu doesn't work. when I try to enter connection credentials the home menu doesn't appear. The driver installed by cuda is ...
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Problem installing Nvidia display driver

I am following [Disable the Nouveau drivers.][1] Steps are mentioned below : Step 1 Create a file at /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-nouveau.conf with the following contents: blacklist nouveau options ...
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Login loop likely due to NVIDIA drivers with CUDA installed

A few days ago I ran a sudo apt update + upgrade on my Ubuntu 16.04. I had not done so for about 2 months. In the meantime, I had changed my graphics card from a GTX 1060 to a GTX 1070. When today I ...
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Install gcc 7.2 in Ubuntu 18.04

NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit 9.2 currently supports only Gcc 7.2.0 for Ubuntu 17.10. However, Ubuntu 18.04 comes with default gcc 7.3.0. How can I downgrade gcc 7.3 to 7.2, or make CUDA 9.2 work with gcc 7....
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i386-linux-gnu_EGL.conf: No such file or directory

I am using Ubuntu 18.04 and whenever I try to install some software like cuda, opencv..etc, I get the following warning: /sbin/ldconfig.real: Warning: ignoring configuration file that cannot be ...
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After installing correct NVIDIA driver, nvidia-smi still can't find it. (Ubuntu 18.4)

I'm trying to set up my system for CUDA by installing the lastest NVIDIA drivers. I've already installed the drivers, but still get an error when running nvidia-smi ~ nvidia-smi NVIDIA-SMI has failed ...
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nvidia-smi stops working after reboot ununtu 18.04

I have Ubuntu 18.04 installed on ASUS laptop with GEFORCE 940MX GPU card. I have tried everything using proprietary drivers or using NVIDIA run file to install cuda drivers. Finally, I was able to ...
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Failed to install CUDA

I am trying to install CUDA9.2 on WSL and it's stuck at 'Loading new nvidia-396-396.37 DKMS files...'. The last few lines of the log are: Setting up nvidia-396 (396.37-0ubuntu1) ... update-initramfs:...
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ImportError: libcublas.so.9.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

I am getting this error when I want to import tensorflow-gpu on Ubuntu 16.04. I have installed CUDA 9.1 properly, cudNN 7.1 properly and tested both without facing any problem. (using python 3.5 2.) ...
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Installing tensorflow with GPU support. libcublas.so.9.0 missing after installing GPU prerequisites

I am trying to install Tensorflow with GPU support on Ubuntu 16.04 64x for an conda environment with Python 3.6. I tried installing all the GPU requirements and then running pip install --ignore-...
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Error installing nvidia graphics driver

I freshly installed Ubuntu18.04 and was trying to install new nvidia drivers to install cuda but can't get rid of this error. Stack Trace: sudo apt --fix-broken install Reading package lists... Done ...
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assign unallocated space to /?

I was installing CUDA on my computer and got an alert that "remaining space not enough". So I checked my partition using gparted and found out that my partition scheme while installing Ubuntu 18.04 in ...
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System root not enough space remaining

I was trying to install CUDA on my Ubuntu 18.04 while an alert like this occurs Not enough space remaining on system root . So I ran following to check: danni@danni:~$ df Filesystem 1K-blocks ...
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Configuring iGPU for xserver and nvidia GPU for CUDA work (kubuntu 18.04, cuda-9.2)

After installing Kubuntu-18.04.1 I needed to configure a dual GPU setup so that Intel onboard iGPU will drive the screen, leaving Nvidia GPU exclusively for ML CUDA work. I followed the first part of ...
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/sbin/ldconfig.real: /usr/local/cuda/lib64/libcudnn.so.7 is not a symbolic link

How should I fix this? $ ls -lha /usr/local/cuda/lib64/libcudnn* -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 275M Jun 21 15:56 /usr/local/cuda/lib64/libcudnn.so -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 275M Jun 21 15:56 /usr/local/cuda/...
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Problem installing Tensorflow GPU in Ubuntu 18.04.1

I have a new build PC with Ubuntu 18.04.1 and anaconda 4.5.8, and I'm attempting to install tensorflow_gpu. The graphics card is in place on the motherboard but the drivers have not been installed yet....
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nvcc -V shows output, but nvidia-smi: command not found

I am trying to install CUDA 9.2 on Ubuntu 16.04. I've purged and installed the latest NVIDIA drivers compatible with my GeForce 940MX (version 390). Afterwards, I purged and installed CUDA 9.2 using ...
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apt-get functions fail after installation of cuda 9.2

Following the installation of CUDA 9.2 I cannot use apt-get tools - I cannot install or remove any software. Tried to fix but failed... sudo apt --fix-broken install Reading package lists... Done ...
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NVIDIA card for CUDA and Intel integrated card for display on Ubuntu 16.04 (Dell xps 9560)

I am using Ubuntu 16.04, on a dell XPS 9560 a laptop which is highly compatible with linux. This laptop provides two graphic cards: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Intel HD Graphics 630 I wanted to use ...
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Fix problem when install Cuda 7.5 in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

I have Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, and I want to install Cuda 7.5 (because this version is compatible with my Nvidia GF 820m graphics card). I configured gcc-4.8 as default gcc for (because it's the Cuda 7.5 C ...
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Cuda 9.2 is getting installed even after adding cuda 9.0 to list

I am trying to install cuda 9.0 instead of cuda 9.2 as the tensorflow is not compatible with it. I tried the following: aims@aims:~/Downloads$ sudo dpkg -i "cuda-repo-ubuntu1604_9.0.176-1_amd64(1)....
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Ubuntu only old version of cuda being detected

I am currently using a university GPU, for which I don't have root permissions. I was told to add a directory to my .bashrc file so that I could use cuda 8 and cudnn 6. I have done this, when ...
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E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code in CUDA Installation

*NOTE : Please care the EDIT 2. And you can see the FULL terminal output clearly on my answer under my question * I have tried to install and uninstall CUDA multiple times, but i got some errors ...
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nvcc can't find appropriate host compiler

I'm trying to write some CUDA code, so I installed $ sudo apt install nvidia-cuda-toolkit I followed the tutorial here, but got this: $ nvcc add.cu -o add_cuda ERROR: No supported gcc/g++ host ...
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nvidia-docker2 on Ubuntu 14.04

I've installed nvidia-docker2 on my server. The specification of the server is following. Ubuntu 14.04 nvidia-smi 375.66 CUDA- 8.0 $docker --version :Docker version 18.03.1-ce, ...
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If lspci command shows nothing, how to check GPU is cuda-capable or not? [duplicate]

From the CUDA documents, I need to check whether my computer is capable by using the command: lspci | grep -i nvidia but for my Thinkpad, this returns nothing. The document further says If you ...