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Old 06-01-2009, 05:42 AM   #1
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CUDA on Jaunty, Installation successful, but cannot run?


Hello,

I uninstalled my hardy and installed jaunty after i completely messed up my graphic and video drivers in an attempt to install CUDA. I went ahead and installed cuda on my freshly installed Jaunty computer, it went so smooth you wouldn't believe it. I used this guide.

However, I went to the NVIDIA_CUDA_SDK Directory to try one of the test projects over there to see if the installation was really successful. When I ran "make" I encountered a bunch of errors and numerous warnings about the code having syntax errors. I don't know if this is a problem from CUDA or am I missing some libraries. It displayed a bunch of weird characters too; and by weird I mean like squares with tiny little letters and questionmarks. Here's a link to how it looks...
http://f.imagehost.org/0113/cudajaunty.png

What should I do? What seems to be the problem?
 
  


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