Added cuda.sh shell script that will create the appropriate nvidia
device entries inside /dev/. It is a known issue on SLES11 the nvidia driver
will create the /dev/ entries with the wrong permissions. Also, it
is known issue that on RHEL5 LDAP users could not launch OpenCL
based programs. Running this shell script as root (i.e. during boot)
should fix these problems. We should push on NVidia to make this
part of their driver installer.
The PrintOpenCLDevices utility will now print “platform” information
about the driver(s) found on the system. This is useful for
displaying which version of CUDA is installed, instead of just what
version of OpenCL is installed.
Fixed problem where some systems without SWAP memory would crash
with an out of memory error when the OEShapeDatabase object would
try to reserve large swaths of memory. The virtual memory size of
the process should now track more closely with the resident memory