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gDEBugger offers real-time OpenCL kernel debugging, which allows developers to step into the kernel execution directly from the API call that issues it, debug inside the kernel, view all variable values across the different work groups and work items – and all this on a single computer with a single GPU.
gDEBugger takes the mystery out of debugging OpenCL and OpenGL, allowing developers to peer into compute and graphic memory objects such as OpenCL images to view their contents as they change from write, copy, and kernel operations.
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Paint Parties, Spruce Up Your Kitchen

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and I know many of us who have finished our holiday shopping have been enjoying our decks and patios and found ourselves wanting to jazz up our indoor spaces. Well, I’ve got a solution for you! Here are 4 tips to spruce up your kitchen for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

1. Paint your kitchen cabinets. If you haven’t done so already, it’s time to give your kitchen cabinets a fresh coat of paint. Make sure that you paint the main cabinet doors and drawers, and don’t forget about the handles. If you’ve never painted your cabinets before, I’d recommend a test strip to ensure that the color is exactly what you want. For most of us, getting a new coat of paint on our kitchen cabinets means that we can welcome the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day celebration without a whole lotta’ cleaning, and you’ll look and feel nice and spiffy.

2. Alter your kitchen table. I’ve found that when it comes to clearing out a little extra kitchen space, sometimes a simple table top can make all of the difference. Go with a customized table top like an old, reclaimed, glass or marble table top.

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gDEBugger is AMD’s OpenCL/OpenGL Real-Time Debugger. It helps you debug OpenCL and OpenGL programs by allowing you to debug your OpenCL or OpenGL applications directly from the API call that issues it. It also supports the debugging of the CPU – CPU instructions and data (aka L1, L2, L3,…, all caches – even the TLB).
This enables you to step into the kernel execution directly from the API call that issues it, debug inside the kernel, view all variable values across the different work groups and work items – and all this on a single computer with a single GPU.
gDEBugger takes the mystery out of debugging OpenCL and OpenGL, allowing developers to peer into compute and graphic memory objects such as OpenCL images to view their contents as they change from write, copy, and kernel operations.
Allocated OpenCL and OpenGL objects are monitored to allow detecting memory leaks and the scenarios that caused the leaking objects to be created, API function call logs can be viewed and saved and unrecommended and deprecated functions and behaviors are marked, with best-practice alternatives offered.
Get AMD gDEBugger and take it for a test drive to see what it can actually do for you!

This is very interesting, I can see myself starting to be able to understand what goes on in GPU code. I’m not entirely sure why is this not available on Linux natively. If OpenCL has these debugging features and this is a tool that can be used to replace MESA_DEBUG=True, I think the development of this tool should be encouraged.

If anyone can point me to a guide on how to use this, that would be useful.

If this can do all of that, then that would be great.

EDIT: It is available on Linux with a method of compiling it, but I’m not sure how useful it is to anyone.

While this is a very cool idea (hope to see this available on Linux a bit more in the future), until properly debugged and packaged and made available, it’s very, very useless.

gDEBugger is AMD’s OpenCL/OpenGL Real-Time Debugger. It helps you debug OpenCL and OpenGL programs by allowing you to debug your OpenCL or OpenGL applications directly from the API call that issues it. It also supports the debugging of the CPU – CPU instructions and data (aka L1, L2, L3,…
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– Use AMD gDEBugger as the native OpenCL and OpenGL debugger.
– Directly debug GPU kernels from API calls or from code.
– Step into compute or graphic memory objects to peer into the contents of these objects during pipeline execution or at any other time, including an OpenCL queue, image, context, queue, pipeline and execution unit.
– View any variable values in memory at any given point in time.
– View all variable values per work group or per work item and in OpenCL or OpenGL memory.
– View openCL C/C++ API call logs from the API itself.
– All API calls are logged and displayed, including those which have not yet been used.
– View (and view) deprecated functions and their best-practice alternatives.
– Set breakpoints and the Debugger will pause the program execution at the point of the breakpoint.
– View source-code versions of API calls and their parameters.
– View execution times, queue use and available work items.
The possibilities are endless!
It is free for non-commercial use, but an evaluation license costs USD 49.00.
Customer support and updates are included.
A selection of larger kernel debug logs can be found on the www.amd.com website.
You can find more documentation under docs / at gDEBugger /

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The second problem is the laptop turns off instead of shutting down, when i press the power button on the lid.

Is there any way to force the driver to load?
I have 15.10
I have a Ryzen 7 2700X
I have a Nvidia Geforce GTX1080 (and had an old version of the driver for it too, before i bought a new card but i dont know what version, i dont remember, anyway.

When i installed the latest version of the driver there was an error that said that I could not install it, and I had to uninstall it before the upgrade worked.

Abandonware wrote:I have AMD gDEBugger and I want to get rid of it.
The open-source tool is based on the open-source amdcuda development tools, and has been in development for several years.

What’s New in the AMD GDEBugger?

gDEBugger offers real-time OpenCL kernel debugging, which allows developers to step into the kernel execution directly from the API call that issues it, debug inside the kernel, view all variable values across the different work groups and work items – and all this on a single computer with a single GPU.
gDEBugger takes the mystery out of debugging OpenCL and OpenGL, allowing developers to peer into compute and graphic memory objects such as OpenCL images to view their contents as they change from write, copy, and kernel operations.
Allocated OpenCL and OpenGL objects are monitored to allow detecting memory leaks and the scenarios that caused the leaking objects to be created, API function call logs can be viewed and saved and unrecommended and deprecated functions and behaviors are marked, with best-practice alternatives offered.
Get AMD gDEBugger and take it for a test drive to see what it can actually do for you!
gDEBugger Features:
– Real-time kernel debugger that allows you to step into the kernel execution directly from the API call that issued it.
– Kernel debugging inside the OpenCL compiler (with a bunch of new OpenCL API functions, constants and object classes)
– Debugging GPU memory objects (images, textures, buffers, arrays) and memory allocation.
– Monitor OpenCL and OpenGL objects and memory allocations to detect memory leaks and the scenarios that led to the leaking objects.
– Can catch – and even spawn your own – exceptions during GPU executions and see them on the GPU debugger frontend.
– Visualize variable values during all GPU operations, write/read/copy a primitive type value between the GPU and your host program.
– View DLL file list and variable values from the OpenCL and GPU views.
– AMD gDEBugger is completely integrated with the AMD GPU Profiler.
– View the command line arguments and environment variables that were used to launch the API calls that lead to your breakpoint.
– Use the API function log to get the full debugging information about your call stack.
– Split a OpenGL API call into components (API object usage, context creation and GPU execution).
– View the API function API call logs generated by the OpenCL compiler.
– View and change the name or the variable name of a shader object.
– Save and reload shader objects, can even merge loaded shaders.
– Continue and step out of kernels (GPU Debugger Sessions).
– AMD gDEBugger can be used as

System Requirements:

You will need a modern graphics card that supports OpenGL 3.2 and DirectX 9, as well as a CPU with SSE4, SSE2, or AMD’s multithreading. So, the best is Intel’s Core 2 Duo E6600 series, AMD Phenom X4 9400 series, or higher. Memory can go as high as 8GB. You can also use a graphics card with less computing power. However, for a playable experience, minimum of 2GB or 1GB RAM, GTX 460 or Radeon HD 3850, is recommended.

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