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Thread: cuda-sdk and cuda-toolkit (suggested change)

  1. #1
    Just burned his ISO
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    Jan 2010

    Default cuda-sdk and cuda-toolkit (suggested change)

    currently if you run

    apt-get install cuda-sdk cuda-toolkit
    It tries to isntall


    .... That's great. Except for the fact that I had to use a different nvidia driver (the one from their site) because the one in the repositories isn't working for me.

    Is there any possibility that the cuda related packages could not have that specific driver listed as a dependancy so that I don't have this issue? Or alternatively is there any way to force apt-get to ignore the fact that it has the driver listed as a dependancy for the 2 cuda related packages?

  2. #2
    Just burned his ISO
    Join Date
    May 2009

    Default gr8

    what is ultimate purpose behind doing this????????
    with regards
    Nirmal jose ;)

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