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How to create a new project in CUDA?

Posted on 2008-10-29
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Environment: Linux ubuntu

Currently I am able to run SDKs provided by the CUDA.
How can I create, compile and run my own new CUDA project in LINUX?
Kindly let me know?
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Hi Experts

I haven't heard for any sort of expert suggestion for this?

Hope you guys will make time for it.

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