Bash: deepsteam-app: command not found

Details of my system configuration are below:
CUDA: 10.2.300
cuDNN:8.2.1.32
TensorRT:8.2.1.8
Jetson: Nano
Ubuntu: 18.04
OpenCV: 4.1.1.
Jetpack:4.6.1

I’m trying to install deepstream using tar package: https://developer.nvidia.com/downloads/deepstream-sdk-v620-jetson-tbz2. Installation is successful without any errors. However, deepstream-app command throws an error.

bash: deepstream-app: command not found

Could you pls advise how to resolve this? Thank you.

There is a typo in the command: deepstream-app. If that’s not the issue, maybe you need to add the location to the PATH. Find the binary location using locate and add the parent directory to the path PATH=<bin-path>:$PATH

Jetson nano can only support up to version 6.0.1.

please refer this document for more information

If you want to use the tar package, after installing

cd /opt/nvidia/deepstream/deepstream
./install.sh

Thanks