From: Brian Radak (brian.radak_at_gmail.com)
Date: Mon Feb 01 2021 - 15:11:43 CST
A warning on compiling with Cuda versions older than 10.1/10.2 - these
occasionally do not work with newer gcc compilers (I've had this issue
with 9.1 for sure). It might be harder to get an old deprecated compiler
than to get a new version of Cuda, so I'd recommend the first route
suggested by Josh.
On 2/1/21 3:12 PM, Vermaas, Josh wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> There are two ways around this:
> 1. Update CUDA/your driver to correspond to be greater than or equal
> to the CUDA/driver version NAMD was compiled against. CUDA 10.0 is
> from a few years ago, and the driver may just be too old.
> 2. Compile NAMD yourself with your existing CUDA installation. NAMD
> requires CUDA 9.1 according to the release notes, so you are good
> *From: *<owner-namd-l_at_ks.uiuc.edu> on behalf of "Seibold, Steve Allan"
> *Reply-To: *"namd-l_at_ks.uiuc.edu" <namd-l_at_ks.uiuc.edu>, "Seibold, Steve
> Allan" <stevesei_at_ku.edu>
> *Date: *Monday, February 1, 2021 at 2:58 PM
> *To: *"namd-l_at_ks.uiuc.edu" <namd-l_at_ks.uiuc.edu>
> *Subject: *namd-l: NAMD CUDA
> I have down loaded the binary cuda version of NAMD,
> NAMD_2.14_x86_64-multicore-CUDA onto my Ubuntu (16.04) machine. Using
> the “nvidia-smi”, I found my GPU card Quadro P5000, NIVIDIA-SMI
> 415.27, Driver Version: 415.27 and the CUDA vesion 10.0.
> When I attempt to run namd2 get the following: “CUDA driver version is
> insufficient for CUDA runtime version”…I’m a novice at this, but, is
> this a barrier that cannot be overcome?
> Thanks, Steve
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