With Ubuntu 18.04 set to release at the end of the month I’m curious when we can expect to have an update to CUDA that will support its GCC and LLVM compilers, which are at versions 7 and 5 respectively.
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Thanks for letting me know.
I’ve seen indications of an upcoming CUDA 9.2 version in the slides shown at the GTC keynote (about the DGX-2 superworkstation). However it may be that CUDA 9.2 will still be released too early to support Ubuntu 18.04.
So I’d put my hopes on CUDA 10.