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Old 09-27-08, 12:21 PM   #4
Frostybeard
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Default Re: I would like to use CUDA on FreeBSD

Yep. I would like to see it too. I use PC-BSD, which is based on FreeBSD.

I have a 6200, but I will buy a better one if that is what it takes to get CUDA working. I am wondering if the gcc compiler (or an adaptation of it) could be made to run as a CUDA program with gmake (or an adaptation of it) that can run many instances of gcc. It is possible on the normal system processor with the -j argument. It sounds like CUDA could have hundreds or thousands of threads running.

It would also be nice to get an operating sytem kernel together that makes use of CUDA. This is huge stuff, this CUDA, and it has a lot of implications.
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