Where can I get OpenCL for Fedora 14.

Seth Shelnutt shelnutt2 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 13:21:37 CST 2011

I've never used fedora but my playing around with opencl in gentoo the
libonpencl.so only can come from two sources, the nvidia driver or the ati
stream sdk. So you might want to look at the binary driver for nvidia.
That's my only guess.

On Jan 20, 2011 10:34 AM, "Max TenEyck Woodbury" <max at mtew.isa-geek.net>
> For the first time in several years, I did a fresh install on this
> machine and I am in the process of getting all the tweaks back in place.
> Part of that process is assuring that wine's configure script has all
> the pieces it can use. I have found almost everything. What I am missing
> is OpenCL (that is C as in Charles). I see stuff for Apple, but not for
> Fedora.i386 (cpu is intel.core2 and an Nvidia card).
> Search results are inconclusive - I checked the first five pages and
> found nothing specifically about .rpm files.
> Where can I get an .rpm or tarball that contains a usable OpenCL
> implementation for Fedora 14?
> Max
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