I'm trying to install CUDA-Z. I'm not very experience with Linux but I move around most of it without big problems.
This is the result after I launch the installer:
CUDA-Z 0.7.181 Container
./CUDA-Z-0.7.181.run: 46: ./CUDA-Z-0.7.181.run: /home/*/*/CUDA-Z-597c-c5ce-ee68-61fb/cuda-z: not found
google did not help.
I guess you have x64 version of Linux. Actually, what exactly OS do you run CUDA-Z on?
Here is a quote from download page:
Note also that x86_64 linux requires 32-bit compatibility libraries package being installed to run CUDA-Z. (sudo apt-get install ia32-libs for Ubuntu x86_64).
Try it. If it doesn't help let me know!
Yes, I'm using ubuntu 12.04 LTS x64.
And Yes I install the required software in the download page, that' why I'm here.
I think there is a problem while unpacking CUDA-Z. The 32 bit folder does not match the 64 bit. I encounter this problem a lot.
Try again this again:
and don't forget to confirm with "Y" when it asks for dependencies.
./CUDA-Z-0.7.181.run: 46: ./CUDA-Z-0.7.181.run: /home///CUDA-Z-597c-c5ce-ee68-61fb/cuda-z: not found
This is exactly the message when no ia32-libs are installed.