Currently for x86/64 only ubuntu 16.04 and 18.04 are listed as supported versions of ubuntu. Will this be fixed with the non-rc version of Cuda 11? If not, why not? Thanks!
Cuda 10 is only compatible to gcc 8 and the 20.04 standard compiler is gcc 9. I guess that’s the reason there are no official packages for it. Of course it works but you’ll have to install gcc 8 yourself and always switch between the gcc versions for the nvidia driver to survive kernel/driver updates.
So far, new cuda major releases always brought support for newer gccs.
Thanks! Hopefully cuda11 (non-rc) supports 20.04 by default.