I am trying to set up CUDA 5.5 on a laptop with Ubuntu 13.10 and Nvidia GeForce GT 645M on board. I've managed to get the card working perfectly fine with bumblebee and newest drivers. The problem emerges when I try to install CUDA.
First I tried to add a repository using the .deb file for Ubuntu 12.10 (seemed to be the closest one to what I would need on 13.10), did
apt-get update and then ran
apt-get install cuda-5-5 but I only got an error:
The following packages have unmet dependencies: cuda-5-5 : Depends: nvidia-current (>= 319.00) but it is not going to be installed Depends: nvidia-current-dev (>= 319.00) but it is not going to be installed E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
which seems a bit odd because as far as I am concerned nvidia-current doesn't exist in a version newer than 304.
At this forum I found a suggestion to use the .run file instead. I followed the attached guide and unfortunately failed again:
***WARNING: Incomplete installation! This installation did not install the CUDA Driver. A driver of version at least 319.00 is required for CUDA 5.5 functionality to work.
Both of the approaches didn't produce any good results with neither
nvidia-319 package available in 13.10 repositories by default nor with
nvidia-331 from the
Any suggestions on what I could try next to get things to work?