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RCS "Introduction to GPU Programming" Tutorial Examples: Hello, Cuda!

This directory contains and example of cuda program helloCuda.cu

Program Compilation:

nvcc -o helloCuda helloCuda.cu -arch sm_20

Program Execution:

CUDA program should be executed on the GPU-enabled machine. To request a node with GPU, execute the following commands at the SCC prompt:
qsh -V -l gpus=1
module load cuda/5.0

Users participating in Medical Campus project, should request gpu-enabled node providing their group name:
qsh -P groupname -V -l gpus=1
module load cuda/5.0

When the terminal window appears, to execute the program, type:
./helloCuda

Contact Information

Katia Oleinik: koleinik@bu.edu

Operating System Requirements

The examples presented in this directory were written for Linux OS, but should work on any OS where
- c and nvcc compilers available
- NVIDIA's GPU(s) with compute capability 2.0 and higher

Updates

2013-06-01: The first version of Intro to GPU programming tutorial created