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I have a Linux (Mint) PC with a Nvidia GPU, which i want to make into a CUDA build server. I want to write my CUDA code on a different (if possible Windows) machine and build it on the server. So to summarize I want to:

  • Write my code on a client
  • Connect to my server
  • Transfer the source code to my server
  • Build it there
  • Run it on server
  • Copy it back to the client machine

My question is how do I all of this in a hassle free way and if possible in a single step (by only running a single command)?

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Yes, it is possible. Just create easy .bat and shell scripts that execute all these steps one by one. Use ssh/putty/rsync/ftp/NFS for upload/download procedures.

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