I am running a virtual machine on a Dell server with a Grid K1 box, and the following spec with one of the Keplers for my exclusive use. The system spec is as follows
• Grid K1 / 1 x Kepler GPU in passthrough mode, Driver vers. 220.127.116.1159
• Citrix Xen Server Vers. 6.2 Service pack 1.
• Accessing session via RDP.
• CUDA sdk Vers. 6.0
I have built some of the examples without any problem in Visual Studio 2008 , with some warnings but no errors and I am attempting to run the “particles” example. When I try to run it however, I get the following error, exiting with
“Required OpenGL extensions missing.”
I suspected that it may be a problem with the OpenGL interop facility so I tried it with the Black-Scholes example, which I think does not use this and I got a different error exiting with
Just by way of a sanity check I ran Google Earth, which has both DirectX and OpenGL modes and it ran the DirectX but not the OpenGL, citing no suitable GPU present. I know this is not exactly exhaustive scientific testing but it may be a further indicator to an OpenGL interop problem.
I would be grateful for any thoughts or suggestions please as I am hoping to use the particles example as a template for a meshless fluids simulation application, and remote access to a Grid box would greatly simplify and facilitate my research.
Many thanks for your attention,