How to Install CUDA on openSUSE 13.x 64-bit Step by Step

May 7, 2019 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.


  1. 2. Pre-Installation Testing

    Then Verify on CUDA Capable GPU.

    lspci | grep -i nvidia

    But if you do Not see any NVIDIA hardware on Output then first install:

    sudo update-pciids

    Then try Again…

  2. 3. Setting Up Repository

    See How Setup CUDA openSUSE Repo Package

    OpenSUSE CUDA Repo Setup
  3. 4. Installing

    Finally, to Install CUDA Toolkit for openSUSE

    sudo zypper in cuda-toolkit-[x.y]

    Replace [x.y] with the needed CUDA Version in the above.

    Again Setup PATH Env Variable.
    This is necessary to Find the Binaries on System:

    echo 'export PATH=/usr/local/cuda-10.0/bin${PATH:+:${PATH}}' > $HOME/.bashrc

    Possibly Amend the 10.0 with the Actual Version…
    And Reload Configuration simply with:



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