I’m running 10.6.1 on a MacBook Pro, GeForce 9400M and 9600GT, w/ CUDA 2.3.1a installed as tmurray had described in another post. I have installed, removed, and reinstalled the driver, toolkit, and SDK, in that order, and toolkit, driver, SDK, in that order (also as suggested in another post). However, when I try to run the deviceQuery to verify that my GPU is being seen, in /Developer/GPU Computing/C/bin/darwin/release, the Developer/GPU Computing/C/bin/ directory is empty each time! If somebody could help me out with this it would be greatly appreciated!
I think you just need to type “make i386=1 x86_64=0” in /Developer/GPU Computing/C to get the CUDA utilities & examples.
That did the trick! Much appreciated!
Hmm, feeling a little slow here.
I have installed everything in order, and changed the 2 environment variables, but still no luck.
My error is similar, no devicequery binary. (error below when running the make recommended above)
is empty. (No “libcutil.a”).
I’m running Macos 10.5.8.
Thanks for any help!!
make -C src/3DFD/
make -C src/alignedTypes/
make -C src/asyncAPI/
make -C src/bandwidthTest/
make -C src/bicubicTexture/
make -C src/binomialOptions/
make -C src/BlackScholes/
make -C src/boxFilter/
make -C src/clock/
make -C src/convolutionFFT2D/
make -C src/convolutionSeparable/
make -C src/convolutionTexture/
make -C src/cppIntegration/
make -C src/dct8x8/
make -C src/deviceQuery/
make -C src/deviceQueryDrv/
ld: library not found for -lcuda
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** […/…/bin/darwin/release/deviceQueryDrv] Error 1
make: *** [src/deviceQueryDrv/Makefile.ph_build] Error 2
Got it, somehow the driver wasn’t installed!