Hi, currently I am using the p2 instance on AWS EC2 and try to deploy machines automatically.
I follow this tutorial provided by AWS to download and install the Linux driver.
This tutorial tells readers to download via http://us.download.nvidia.com/tesla/xxx.xxx/NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-xxx.xxx.run
Users can substitute xxx.xxx with a suitable version number. However, some drivers cannot be downloaded. I got a 404 Error when I try to install version 375.88 for p2 instances while version 384.66 works.
So I wonder whether each version of GPU driver has a .run file that can be downloaded from Nvidia’s website. If not, I think Nvidia and AWS should work together to improve the tutorial.
Although I can download each version of drivers manually, I have to maintain it and include these large binary files in my code repository. Unfortunately, GitHub doesn’t support any file larger than 100MB for normal users. So I do hope NVIDIA and AWS can cooperate to solve this problem.
BTW, this forum’s post function has a bug. The link function which inserts mark in the hypertext contents doesn’t work. Instead, directly pasting a URL in the text works.