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The Ubuntu 18.04 CUDA 11.2 appliance is built from the Ubuntu 18.04 appliance and customized with CUDA 11.2. CUDA is a parallel computing platform and programming model developed by NVIDIA. It enables to use "CUDA-enabled" GPUs for general purpose processing (GPGPU).
This appliance is based on the default Ubuntu 18.04 which has been customized to provide the NVIDIA drivers and the CUDA toolkit. CUDA version 8+ is required for the NVIDIA P100 GPUs.
CUDA samples are installed in: /usr/local/cuda/samples
- Image name: CC-Ubuntu18.04-CUDA11
- Default user account: cc
- Remote access: Key-Based SSH
- Root access: passwordless sudo from the cc account
- Chameleon admin access: enabled on the ccadmin account
- Cloud-init enabled on boot: yes
- Repositories (Apt): default configuration
- Installed packages:
- CUDA 11.2.460
- Standard development tools such as make, gcc, gfortran, etc.
- Config management tools: Puppet, Ansible, Salt
- OpenStack command-line clients
- Chameleon packages: g5kchecks (providing cc-checks), cc-snapshot
This appliance is built from the our CC-Ubuntu disk image builder.
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|Created By:||zzhen on Jan. 26, 2021, 8:55 a.m.|
|Updated By:||zzhen on April 2, 2021, 7:58 a.m.|