LNK1104 // CUDA 6.5 with gtx 980 ti on Qt Creator

Hello there,

I wanna use my gtx 980 ti for cuda FFT programming.
My project should be coded on Win32 to link various libraries.
So, I installed CUDA 6.5 integrated with visual studio 2010.
My framework for my application is Qt Creator 4.3 with Qt library 4.8.6.

When I compiled my program I got the following error:
LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file ‘cuda.lib’
jom: D:\sdkk_beta_cpy\demo_7\build-qt-Desktop-Debug\Makefile.Debug [debug\QtCuda.exe] Error 1104
jom: D:\sdkk_beta_cpy\demo_7\build-qt-Desktop-Debug\Makefile [debug] Error 2

how can I fix it?

Best,

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QT += core

TARGET = QtCuda
CONFIG += console
CONFIG -= app_bundle
TEMPLATE = app

HEADERS +=
1.h
2.h
3.h \

SOURCES +=
1.cpp
main.cpp
2.cpp
3.cpp \

FORMS +=
myUI.ui \

RESOURCES +=
myApp.qrc

OTHER_FILES +=
res/u.ico
res/stop.png
res/run.png
res/init.png \

INCLUDEPATH += …/…/inc/
INCLUDEPATH += …/…/…/

CUDA settings <-- may change depending on your system

CUDA_SOURCES += “D:/sdkk_6.1.3.beta_cpy/daq/demo_7/qt/pitchhilbert.cu”
“D:/sdkk_6.1.3.beta_cpy/daq/demo_7/qt/pitchtable.cu”
CUDA_SDK = “D:/Programes/NVIDIA/NVIDIA GPU Computing SDK 4.0/C” # Path to cuda SDK install
CUDA_DIR = “D:/Programes/NVIDIA/CUDA6.5/toolkit” # Path to cuda toolkit install
SYSTEM_NAME = Win32 # Depending on your system either ‘Win32’, ‘x64’, or ‘Win64’
SYSTEM_TYPE = 64 # ‘32’ or ‘64’, depending on your system
CUDA_ARCH = sm_20 # Type of CUDA architecture, for example ‘compute_10’, ‘compute_11’, ‘sm_10’
NVCC_OPTIONS = --use_fast_math

include paths

#INCLUDEPATH += $$CUDA_DIR/include \

$$CUDA_SDK/common/inc/ \

$$CUDA_SDK/…/shared/inc/

INCLUDEPATH += “D:/Programes/NVIDIA/CUDA6.5/toolkit/include”
INCLUDEPATH += “D:/Programes/NVIDIA/NVIDIA GPU Computing SDK 4.0/C/common/lib/Win32”
INCLUDEPATH += “D:/Programes/NVIDIA/NVIDIA GPU Computing SDK 4.0/shared/inc”

library directories

#QMAKE_LIBDIR += $$CUDA_DIR/lib/$$SYSTEM_NAME \

$$CUDA_SDK/common/lib/$$SYSTEM_NAME \

$$CUDA_SDK/…/shared/lib/$$SYSTEM_NAME

QMAKE_LIBDIR += “D:/Programes/NVIDIA/CUDA6.5/toolkit/include”
“D:/Programes/NVIDIA/NVIDIA GPU Computing SDK 4.0/C/common/lib/Win32”
“D:/Programes/NVIDIA/NVIDIA GPU Computing SDK 4.0/shared/lib/Win32”

Add the necessary libraries

#INCLUDEPATH += “D:/Programes/NVIDIA/CUDA6.5/toolkit/lib/Win32”
LIBS += -lcuda -lcudart -lcufft

The following library conflicts with something in Cuda

#QMAKE_LFLAGS_RELEASE = /NODEFAULTLIB:msvcrt.lib
#QMAKE_LFLAGS_DEBUG = /NODEFAULTLIB:msvcrtd.lib

The following makes sure all path names (which often include spaces) are put between quotation marks

CUDA_INC = $$join(INCLUDEPATH,’" -I"’,’-I"’,’"’)

Configuration of the Cuda compiler

CONFIG(debug, debug|release) {
# Debug mode
cuda_d.input = CUDA_SOURCES
cuda_d.output = $$CUDA_OBJECTS_DIR/${QMAKE_FILE_BASE}_cuda.o
cuda_d.commands = $$CUDA_DIR/bin/nvcc.exe -D_DEBUG $$NVCC_OPTIONS $$CUDA_INC $$LIBS --machine $$SYSTEM_TYPE -arch=$$CUDA_ARCH -c -o {QMAKE_FILE_OUT} {QMAKE_FILE_NAME}
cuda_d.dependency_type = TYPE_C
QMAKE_EXTRA_COMPILERS += cuda_d
}
else {
# Release mode
cuda.input = CUDA_SOURCES
cuda.output = $$CUDA_OBJECTS_DIR/${QMAKE_FILE_BASE}_cuda.o
cuda.commands = $$CUDA_DIR/bin/nvcc.exe $$NVCC_OPTIONS $$CUDA_INC $$LIBS --machine $$SYSTEM_TYPE -arch=$$CUDA_ARCH -c -o {QMAKE_FILE_OUT} {QMAKE_FILE_NAME}
cuda.dependency_type = TYPE_C
QMAKE_EXTRA_COMPILERS += cuda
}