Error with installing CUDA on host using the Nvidia SDK Manager

Hey guys,

as you can see in the attached images i cant install CUDA on my host PC with the SDK Manager. Im using Ubuntu 16.04 (64bit), and want to skip flashing the Jetson until the component installation is completed.

Somehow installing CUDA on the Jetson itself does not seem to be a problem but the Computer Vision packages also show me an Error when i try to install them.

Could someone tell me what i can do to fix the error?

I think you should use ubuntu 18.04,
If still not working with 18.04 LTS maybe try with JP 4.3

From the error log, the apt system is broken and requires a manual fix.
Please try if you can run “sudo apt-get update” successfully on your end.
Also it will be helpful to send us the folder ~/.nvsdkm/ for further investigation.

Unfortunately i need to use 16.04 to install drivers for a sensor im using.

The succesful apt-get update did not change anything. Can you tell me what folder exactly you mean and where i can find it? I cant see a folder called nvsdkm on my host machine.
(Reposted due to wrong reply target)

I seemingly fixed the problem with the host components by changing the operating systems Language during installation of the OS. Now however the Multimedia API fails to install the debian package, and the VPI on target fails to execute commands with generic installer. (The wording is copied from the error messages i get in the terminal of the SDK Manager)

There is no update from you for a period, assuming this is not an issue any more.
Hence we are closing this topic. If need further support, please open a new one.

Hi michaelmueller1994,
cd $HOME/.nvsdkm, it should contain sdkm install logging there.