I am trying for days now to enable essential RT capabilities on an
M1000M GPU. After some searching I found, a way using the Nvidia Driver 451.77 for Win10, Cuda 11.0.2, Optix 7.1, Visual Studio 2019, and restricting myself to sm_50 compute capabilities.
I also managed to get most of the examples (all but Raycasting, I assume >sm_50 is required) running.
However, I have obtained a more complex project that is running perfectly fine on different machines with Titan RTX, Win 10 or 1080Ti Win10, and that always throws a runtime compilation error on my machine.
Caught exception: NVRTC Compilation failed.
SomePath/foo.h(30): catastrophic error: cannot open source file ‘stdint.h’
1 catastrophic error detected in the compilation of SomePath/geometry.cu
geometry.cu includes foo.h, which contains on line 30 a regular include of stdint.h as
From what I gathered, it seems that the include paths for NVRTC are not setup correctly.
I tried reinstalling everything multiple times on a clean system, tried adjusting the CUDA compilation settings in the CUDA Visual Studio integration, and I tried to find any information on how to set the paths for the NVRTC compiler.
Does anyone know how to work this problem?
Please let me know, if you need anymore information.