The CUDA 6.0 RC (Release Candidate) installers include the CUDA Toolkit, CUDA samples, Nsight Visual Studio edition (for Windows) and Nsight Eclipse Edition (for Linux / Mac OS X), and developer drivers.
|Windows*||8.1, 7 & Vista - Notebook||64-bit||32-bit||Windows Getting Started Guide|
|8.1, 7 & Vista - Desktop||64-bit||32-bit|
|XP - Desktop||64-bit||32-bit|
|Linux||RHEL 6, CentOS 6||RPM RUN|
|RHEL 5, CentOS 5||RUN|
|Fedora 19||RPM RUN|
|OpenSUSE 12.3||RPM RUN|
|SLES 11 (SP2 & SP3)||RPM RUN|
|Ubuntu 13.04||DEB** RUN||DEB|
|Ubuntu 12.04||DEB** RUN||DEB RUN||DEB|
|Mac OSX||10.9 & 10.8||PKG||Mac Getting Started Guide|
Download verifcation checksums for the files can be found here.
All the CUDA Toolkits are subject to the license terms in The CUDA 6.0 RC End User License Agreement.
* Driver support for WindowsXP and Windows 32-bit for Tesla Workstation products is limited to C2075 and older products only.
** Includes ARMv7 cross-complilation and profiling tools.
Q: How do I install the CUDA RPM/DEB packages?
A:Since this is not a production release a local repository is used. Refer to the installation instructions for RPM/DEB packages in the getting started guides.
Q: Will the installer replace the driver currently installed on my system?
A: The installer will provide an option to install the included driver, and if selected, it will replace the driver currently on your system.
Q: How do I report issues or bugs?
A: Members of the CUDA Registered Developer Program you can report issues and file bugs. Find links in the Report Issues section of the CUDA Registered Developer Home Page.