On the JetPack 5.0 Developer Preview, trying to launch Visual Studio Code yields no results unless the --no-sandbox. Even --disable-gpu appended doesn’t result in a launch.
Trying to launch a (non-snap) Chromium build too results in:
NvRmMemInitNvmap failed with No such file or directory
546: Memory Manager not supported
****NvRmMemInit failed**** error type: 196626
Error: Can't initialise nvrm channel
This is compounded with stack smashing errors, but those might be unrelated as they show up with --no-sandbox too.
try snapless chromium
bash <( curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cobalt2727/L4T-Megascript/master/helper.sh ) "scripts/snapless-chromium.sh"
this script will disable sandbox and use vulkan and install snapless chromium
For confirmation, you run the commands:
Error: Can't initialize nvrm channel - #4 by DaneLLL
And both commands show the error?
I can confirm that running with the sandbox disabled removes the issue.
However, that’s not a configuration that is palatable/safe to deploy for us. Will see what I can do on that front on the Chromium side…
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