Hello to everyone!
This is my first post on this forum so please pardon my ignorance. My knowledge of Linux is also very rudimentary
as I have been using mostly BSDs (OpenBSD mostly) and Solaris for the past twenty years.
As the title of my post indicate I am trying to use Tesla C1060 for CUDA GPU computing on 6.1 PUIAS 64 bit version
which is a Princeton clone of 6.1 RedHat. I moved to this version of Linux after having troubles to compile the
driver on Scientific Linux 5.5. SL people advised me to move to 6.1 which didn’t run well on my hardware (full of bugs including
installer and X server) so I moved to PUIAS which runs reasonable well in-spite of bugs (apparently upstream issue).
I have installed gcc as well as kernel-devel and tried run the script which came on NVidia CD with the card. The script
fails miserably and unfortunately there are no clues to why in log files.
Could anybody provide me some kind input how to install GPU driver on this or any other version of Linux? I do not mind
even switching distro as long as it is also supported by MATLAB, Maple, Mathematica, R, and Python.
I am posting this from the home so I have no access (not yet) to machine at the moment. I could provide people with dmesg, yum info
as well as NVidia log file after running installation script.
Most Kind Regards,