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    Trying to install nvidia cuda toolkit howtro : https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:CUDA50
    bash~/Downloads/cuda_5.0.35_linux_64_suse12.1-1.run -override compiler

    Is only showing a readme file then it stopped?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anton View Post
    Trying to install nvidia cuda toolkit howtro : https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:CUDA50
    bash~/Downloads/cuda_5.0.35_linux_64_suse12.1-1.run -override compiler

    Is only showing a readme file then it stopped?
    Hi Anton,

    It really sounds like possibly a corrupted download? Though I don't see MD5s on the Nvidia download page, the MD5 for the version I downloaded is:
    Code:
    35324eeb2f9183a256064f16ffd3692d  cuda_5.0.35_linux_64_suse12.1-1.run
    The .bin is actually a bash script with the binary embedded in it. You can view the script and see if it otherwise appears good, and read the various options it supports, etc.

    You could try extracting the components separately with:
    Code:
    ./cuda_5.0.35_linux_64_rhel6.x-1.run --extract=/home/you/NVIDIA_CUDA_5-0_Extracted/
    I have some tips on compiling with older versions of gcc, compiling the code samples, etc. at: Nvidia CUDA - Lyceum

    Cheers,
    LewsTherin

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    Default Re: cuda toolkit install problem

    Second download same problem.
    My download speed is 62 Mbit/s.

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    solved by typing ESC :wq and then type accept.

    next problem :
    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:CUDA50
    Patched the include and sample source then getting this output:

    patching file include/gcc47_cuda_compat.h2013-07-09
    patching file include/host_config.h
    patching file samples/Makefile
    Hunk #1 FAILED at 40.
    1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- saving rejects to file samples/Makefile.rej
    linux-c681:/usr/local/cuda #

    How to fix this problem?

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    Default Re: cuda toolkit install problem

    Quote Originally Posted by anton View Post
    solved by typing ESC :wq and then type accept.

    next problem :
    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:CUDA50
    Patched the include and sample source then getting this output:

    patching file include/gcc47_cuda_compat.h2013-07-09
    patching file include/host_config.h
    patching file samples/Makefile
    Hunk #1 FAILED at 40.
    1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- saving rejects to file samples/Makefile.rej
    linux-c681:/usr/local/cuda #

    How to fix this problem?
    Congrats on getting this far.
    This latest error to me looks like an issue with the patch.

    If you (or the SDB author) wants to try fixing, I get plenty of good results Googling "1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- saving rejects to file"

    According to the History of the SDB, it was written by a guy named "Hrommel1"
    You might try PM him, He might have his ears on... His last contrib was dated very recently, July 9 2013.

    BTW - Your original link was broken when I clicked on it("bash" was somehow appended to the URL), the correct clickable link is
    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:CUDA50

    HTH,
    TSU

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    Default Re: cuda toolkit install problem

    Thanks the second link was working fine do not now how bash came after the link I just copy paste the link.
    I also googled first but cannot find the answer for this cuda toolkit patch.
    User Hrommmel1 has no page to talk to.
    So I hoped someone on the forum could help me out.

    greetings
    Anton

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    Default Re: cuda toolkit install problem

    Most people do not have webpages
    By "PM" I meant "Private Message."

    A short intro to the Private Messaging System
    1. Login to the SUSE/Attachmate/Novell system (you've aleady done so if you're accessing the Forums through the web pages).
    2. Near the top left of the the page (particularly from a Forums page), you should see "Private Messages" immediately above the breadcrumbs, click on it to view.
    3. The Private Message page is similar to a regular web-based email client although some things like "Send New Message" on the left Nav pane may be difficult to locate (It's currently a link in bold, not a button). Click the "Send New Message" link.
    4. Type or paste the Username of the person you wish to send your message. You should notice that when a valid username matches what is typed it will pop up verifying your entry. You should notice that "Hrommel1" is a valid username. Click on the popup to enter the valid username.
    5. Compose your message and send.

    the Google results I skimmed based on the keywords I posted desribe various ways to fix, but require some understanding what the code is doing and how to modify the code... Something likely beyond the capability of most Users so should be brought to the attention of the Author.

    HTH,
    TSU

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