Create inside /etc/OpenCL/vendors file with "libamdocl64.so" as content. You can also create second one "libamdocl32.so" so both 64 and 32 bit application can found OpenCL
I found work around to the problem one of the previous posts of this discussion forum for older versions of software.
The work around is to
1. Edit the /etc/profile.d/AMDAPPSDK.sh and change the entry for OPENCL_VENDOR_PATH="/etc/OpenCL/vendors/" instead of original value.
2. Copy /etc/OpenCL/amdocl64.icd to /etc/OpenCL/vendors.
3. Reboot the system.
Thus the problem is fixed. This off course is a hack requiring bug-fix in the installer of AMDAPPSDK.
The problem was observed and fixed on Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS.
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