I am using Mathematica 10.2 on Ubuntu 15.04 x64. At first, I try to use CUDALink:
The reason why it returns
False is that the default paths for NVidia Driver and CUDA are
But these two libraries on my system are located at
According to the documentation provided by Mathematica, to resolve this issue I have to set the system environment for NVIDIA_DRIVER_LIBRARY_PATH and CUDA_LIBRARY_PATH.
So, I export these two variables and run Mathematica on a terminal:
$ export NVIDIA_DRIVER_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib32/nvidia-346/libnvidia-tls.so.346.59 $ export CUDA_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcuda.so $ mathematica
and try to use CUDALink again. This time,
CUDAQ does not return
False. Instead, all functions are colored blue (The same effect as calling
Exit). The kernel may crash but there are no information about it.
My graphics card is NVidia Geforce GTX 750 Ti, so it should have already support CUDA.
I also tested CUDALink on another PC (Ubuntu 14.04 x64, Mathematica 10.0, NVidia Geforce GTX980), and I got the same issue.
Are you able to use CUDALink on Linux?