Monthly Archive: October 2014

Enable C++11 Support for CUDA Compiler (NVCC) – CUDA 6.5+

To enable support for C++11 in nvcc just add the switch -std=c++11 to nvcc. If you are using Nsight Eclipse, right click on your project, go to Properties > Build > Settings > Tool Settings > NVCC Compiler and in the “Command line prompt” section add -std=c++11 The C++11 code should be compiled successfully with nvcc. Nsight’s C++ …

Continue reading »

Automount NTFS Partitions with All Permissions

Somethings really need to be burned onto the inside of my skull., since I forget them ALL the time. This is especially true for Linux commands for trivial tasks. Automounting NTFS partitions with execution permission in Linux is one of those things for me. Here’s how to do it in Linux Mint (or probably any other …

Continue reading »

NPP’s Convoluion with Border Control Only Partially Implemented

One thing I discovered yesterday is that the image convolution filters implemented in NPP (such as nppiFilterBorder_8u) are only partially implemented! These family of functions are asserted to provide border control for the convolution, thus serving as a robust alternative to the regular image convolution functions in NPP (such as nppiFilter_8u). The catch is that the …

Continue reading »

NPP’s Box Filter (nppiFilterBox) is Broken

Surprisingly, the box filter function (nppiFilterBox_8u)  that is shipped with CUDA as a part of the NPP library is broken! It is the same function that is used in the “Box Filter with NPP” sample. If you import this sample from the CUDA SDK and try it with masks of size 13 an above, the filter …

Continue reading »

Blog Created

Seeing as how often many programmers struggle with the same issue twice, I decided to start this blog. I will try to note the problems that I encountered during my coding here so that when I, or other programmers, encounter them again the solution is already available somewhere. I will note the issues that required more …

Continue reading »