Where can I get OpenCL for Fedora 14.

Nicholas van Oudtshoorn vanoudt at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 22:14:40 CST 2011

On 01/21/2011 09:48 AM, Nicholas van Oudtshoorn wrote:
> The latest closed source nvidia drivers from the rpmfusion repository
> include openCL support. You'll also have to have the -devel I have
> found, though, that I have to explicitly tell the wine build system
> where it is. A simple
> export LDFLAGS="-L /usr/lib/nvidia -L /usr/lib64/nvidia/"
> seems to do the trick for me. (Of course, being i686, you'll want just
> "-L /usr/lib/nvidia" ). Not sure why this is the case, ld seems to be
> set up with all the information...
> But wait, there's more!
> For some obscure reason known only to themselves, there is no cl.h
> included in the rpmfusion -devel package. To get that, you have to
> manually install CUDA support from nvidia. From
> http://developer.nvidia.com/object/cuda_3_2_downloads.html#Linux
> what you want to download is the "CUDA Toolkit for Fedora 13[1]" (don't
> worry, it works fine!)
> Run this as root from a console:
> sudo sh cudatoolkit_3.2.16_linux_32_fedora13.run
> And follow the prompts. (Just accept all the defaults).
> Finally, for completeness, create a file in /etc/ld.so.conf.d/ called
> cuda.conf with the contents
> For i686:
> /usr/local/cuda/lib
> For x86_64:
> /usr/local/cuda/lib64
> /usr/local/cuda/lib
> And there you go! OpenCL support in Wine. Hopefully, it'll get easier.
> Nick

Just noticed that the nvidia cuda libraries are being worked on over at 
rpmfusion [1], so maybe this process will get easier sometime soon...


[1] https://bugzilla.rpmfusion.org/show_bug.cgi?id=459

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