I can’t get the Tesla cards (I borrowed from a colleague) running :-(
The C1060 user manual states: “The required software for the Tesla C1060 includes the CUDA
drivers, which should also serve as the driver for the NVIDIA discrete or on-board graphics processor.”
The problem is - the 186.30 driver doesn’t support the 8800GT or the FX5200PCI.
Installing the PC without a monitor (via remote desktop) doesn’t work either (as found later in the CUDA-FAQ).
Is the only solution to get the C1060 running to put a recent Nvidia Quatro card in the PC?
The hardware I got:
- Mainboard with 2xPCIe16 and some PCI slots
- 2x Tesla C1060
- 1x 8800GT
- several old PCI VGA cards (S3, Matrox, Nvidia)
I would like to run:
- Folding@home for testing
- Matlab/Jacket for work