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- May 17 2018, 1:31 AM (221 w, 2 d)
Jun 19 2019
Colorama removed as a dependency because it is only needed on Windows
May 21 2018
I have a package.yml file that worked on my machine (and submitted in D2962), however CUDA cannot be distributed in the repos at this time due to the EULA.
@justinkterry How is CUDA in terms of backward compatability? The problem, as stated earlier in this tread, is that older versions often have (sometimes seemingly arbitrarily imposed) prerequisites on older versions of GCC/glibc. Maintaining the older versions therefore becomes a bit of a pain, as Solus does not by default have the ability to have multiple GCCs and such installed.
Sorry to misunderstand, It appeared to be marked as "Accepted for Inclusion" over at T354.
May 20 2018
Not sure if there are objections to using /opt.
I noticed that No other Solus packages use /opt, but that is the standard install location for CUDA, so I went with it.
CUDA 9.2 was released, with support for glibc 2.26 and GCC 7 (at least on Fedora 27 and Ubuntu 17.10)