sudo apt-get install nvidia-375
and then rebooting, from the instructions on getting started here
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# Deploying Deep Learning
Welcome to our instructional guide for inference and realtime [DNN vision](#api-reference) library for NVIDIA **[Jetson Nano/TX1/TX2/Xavier](http://www.nvidia.com/object/embedded-systems.html)**.
This repo uses NVIDIA **[TensorRT](https://developer.nvidia.com/tensorrt)** for efficiently deploying neural networks onto the embedded Jetson platform, improving performance and power efficiency using graph optimizations, kernel fusion, and FP16/INT8 precision.
Vision primitives, such as [`imageNet`](c/imageNet.h) for image recognition, [`detectNet`](c/detectNet.h) for object localization, and [`segNet`](c/segNet.h) for semantic segmentation, inherit from the shared [`tensorNet`](c/tensorNet.h) object. Examples are provided for streaming from live camera feed and processing images. See the **[API Reference](#api-reference)** section for detailed reference documentation of the C++ and Python libraries.
<img src="https://github.com/dusty-nv/jetson-inference/raw/master/docs/images/deep-vision-primitives.png" width="800">
There are multiple tracks of the tutorial that you can choose to follow, including [Hello AI World](#hello-ai-world) for running inference and transfer learning onboard your Jetson, or the full [Two Days to a Demo](#two-days-to-a-demo-digits) tutorial for training on a PC or server with DIGITS.
It's recommended to walk through the Hello AI World module first to familiarize yourself with machine learning and inference with TensorRT, before proceeding to training in the cloud with DIGITS.
### Table of Contents
* [Hello AI World](#hello-ai-world)
* [Two Days to a Demo](#two-days-to-a-demo-digits)
* [API Reference](#api-reference)
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Do you have an Nvidia graphics card on your desktop? That’s great until you are in need of the latest drivers especially when you are a gamer. Unlike Windows, Nvidia drivers for Linux desktops are quite hard to come by, and installing the latest...
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