I am new to CryoSPARC, with a new Cryo-EM dataset just collected to be precessed.
But I couldn’t install CryoSPARC in my workstation: it is a Scientific Linux 7.9.
When I tried to install CUDA, I got an error:
“Could not find suitable Nvidia kernel module version for kernel kernel-3.10.0-1160.11.1.el7.x86_64 and driver 3:nvidia-driver-branch-430-430.14-1.el7.x86_64”
Does this mean I don’t have the latest driver for my Nvidia GPU ? I guessed so, then I was trying to install a GPU driver.
Am I on a right path ? Do you know install CryoSPARC on Scientific Linux 7.9 ?
Looking forward to receiving your suggestions, thank you in advance with my appreciation !
SL 7.9 should not very different from CentOS 7.9 and RH 7.9.
Try installing cuda from the NVIDIA web:
Of course the drivers will depend on your GPU, and in principle you will need the kernel-headers and g++, and a lot of other things to compile them…
Thank you very much. Yes, I was trying to install CUDA from the NVIDIA web, from that I found I don’t have correct/latest version of the kernel headers and development packages in my running linux system, I just think those files should be installed once the NVIDIA drivers is installed, is this idea right ?
I checked I already have gcc (is g++ the same :)) installed. Thanks a lot.
Hi Juan, just update that I have install CUDA in the workstation and the cryoSPARC. Thanks.