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I can't find the following packages in Debian testing:

No more than month ago when I was setting another CUDA box and they were there, now there's only version 3.2 of the toolkit. My sources.list:

deb testing main contrib non-free
deb testing/updates main contrib non-free
deb testing main non-free
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I know I can use Nvidia binaries, but: I already have a bunch of scripts to set up a new box, plus the binary install cuda headers and compiler in /usr/local/cuda and this messes up with my Eclipse project set-ups, which assume everything goes to /usr (compiler to /bin, hedaers to /include etc). If I change the path than there is no easy way to un-install the toolkit as they are scattered... – fbielejec Nov 12 '11 at 12:01
Did you check BTW, your link points to a version 4.0.17-3. This is not the version you want? – Faheem Mitha Nov 12 '11 at 20:13
It is, yet it's not in the repositories. – fbielejec Nov 13 '11 at 18:31
You're mistaken. It is for at least i386 and amd64. I just started downloading it. What is your arch? – Faheem Mitha Nov 13 '11 at 19:35
It's 64. Turns out nvidia-toolkit 4 is in deb unstable main contrib non-free, which was not in the sources.list of my distro. – fbielejec Nov 14 '11 at 14:17

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