DeepStream 3.0 over Tx1 GStreamer error

Hey friends,
I’ve been trying to install DeepStream 3 on a Jetson Tx1.
Installed and flashed JetPack 3.3 successfully. Later, I installed the DeepStream as described in the README file. When I tried to run the example stream:

nvgstiva-app -c {HOME}/configs/PGIE-FP16-CarType-CarMake-CarColor.txt

I got warnings of:
(gst-plugin-scanner:10083):GStreamer-WARNING **: Failed to load plugin ‘…/aarch64-linux-gnu/gstreamer-1.0/libgstnvcompositor.so’ : libgstbadbase-1.0.so.0 : cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Also 2 more gst-plugin-scanner warnings regarding libgstnvtracker, libgstnvcaffegie files.

Then got the following errors:
<create_secondary_gie:105> Failed to create ‘secondary_gie_0’
<create_secondary_gie:235> create_secondary_gie failed
<create_secondary_gie_bin:364> create_secondary_gie_bin failed
<create_processing_instace:926> create_processing_instace failed
<create_pipeline:1062> create_pipeline failed
main:384 : Failed to create pipeline
Quitting
App run failed

Does anybody know what could cause this problem?

Thanks,
Nirel

Hi nemirovsky.nirel,

The DeepStream SDK 3.0 is for Tesla only, it can’t support TX1/TX2.
Please use the DeepStream SDK 1.5, link: https://developer.nvidia.com/deepstream-sdk

Thanks

Hey,
I wasn’t so clear maybe… I used the download link to Jetson (not Tesla). So the package I have is “DeepStream_SDK_on_Jetson_1.5_pre-release (1).tbz2”

Please install gstreamer1.0-plugins-bad

$ sudo apt-get install gstreamer1.0-plugins-bad

clean cache

2. If the error Failed to create pipeline is displayed, remove the cache files on the Jetson developer kit as follows:
$ sudo rm -rf ${HOME}/.cache/*

and try again.