[SOLVED] Opensuse 12.3 Nvidia CUDA 5.5 install issues
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I'm having some issues. I understand that 12.3 isn't officially supported but that is what I have installed so it would be nice if I could get it to work...
I have installed the nvidia driver, seems to work perfectly. I downloaded cuda_5.5.22_linux_64.run and ran it.
I got it to install the toolkit in /usr/local/cuda/
I got it to put the samples in my home dir
I didn't install the driver using this method, it doesn't work.
I have added /usr/local/cuda/bin to my /etc/bash.bashrc.local file and I can see the cuda compiler etc from the command line.
I have created /etc/ld.so.conf.d/cuda.conf file and in it I have put /usr/local/cuda/lib and lib64. I then ran ldconfig
I also rebooted after doing all this.
When I try to make the samples I get the error:
cc1plus: fatal error: cuda_runtime.h: No such file or directory.
I didn't get any other errors during the install process. Any ideas why it can't find the headers? I think I got all the steps.
Oh, I am using the correct nvidia driver. If you install the driver at the same time as CUDA it fails to start correctly, so I installed in using the normal process separately. It seems to be working except that it can't find those headers. I have CUDA programs that have been compiled already running on the system.
I will have another go later today if I get the chance.