Originally Posted by Dragoran
The same you used to compile the kernel, everything else is insane (as the only part of the driver which can be compiled is the kernel module I am assuming you are talking about that).
That doesn't work with 185.X. It works with 180.X installation.
WTF? This will just result into unpredictable results (if nvcc can compile a kernel module at all).
I doubt that the inctruction are talking about compiling the drivers but the CUDA Applications.
185.X is the video driver, as is 180.X. They pull up CUDA 2.2 and 2.1, I believe to work with GPUGrid.
So how do you get the 185.X series to work With BOINC and GPUGrid? The 180.X series works, but has problems with occassional frozen screes when CUDA is running.