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Old 28th September, 2009, 04:08 PM
ccperf721p ccperf721p is offline
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If you want to get a head start on things we can go ahead and install cuda. This setup has been tested on 3 different linux distros and it works.

I try to keep things that depend on each other in the same location so I make a couple of folders just to keep it simple. You can just copy and paste the lines within the code tags and have it done.

mkdir ~/folding && mkdir -p ~/folding/cpu && mkdir -p ~/folding/gpu && cd ~/folding/gpu
You must use the 32 bit cuda toolkit regardless of whether you are on 32 or 64 bit. Download it and move it to the ~/folding/gpu folder you created.
Make it executable.
chmod +x
Execute it with root privileges.
sudo ./
Do not change the default install location, just hit enter when asked.

I'm going to have to do a little changing of the scripts to suit a Debian/Ubuntu based install.

In the meantime you can use the commands I found on standfords site..
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Last edited by ccperf721p; 28th September, 2009 at 10:55 PM.