Good evening to everyone, I’m a new user of CUDA technology, or at least I’d like become one.
I have some -quite- stupid questions to ask.
I apologies if this is not the right forum section, I hope the moderators will move it in the proper one.
- I’m a Ph.D student of mathematical finance, and I need the power of my GPU for perform some complex numerical simulation -Montecarlo primarily -. So I presume I’ll need the Nvidia CUDA Toolkit 8, right?
Or should I install some other things?
2)The CUDA Toolkit 8 -or the other things that I should install- provides an environment such as an IDE or I should install the IDE for CUDA separately? -If yes can you suggest one?-
3)I use RHEL 7.2 workstation, now in the Nvidia install section, disabling Nouveau driver seems not a mandatory action since at the point 3.2.8) I’m redirect to perform the post-installation action, but in the red hat forum this procedure seems mandatory. So, is there a way to perform the installation without touch the Nouveau driver? This is not a effective limit, but I prefer touch as less as possible in the OS.
4)In the installation guide seems that clang 3.8 is required, but I’m not able to find such version for my OS, is clang a mandatory package or it is an alternative respect gcc ? -since after, the guide, asks only gcc-
PC : Dell workstation t7910
GPU : Nvidia Quadro M5000
OS : Red Hat Enterprise Workstation 7.2
Thanks to everyone.
All the Best.