You is trying help me … thanks , but not is exactly the main because of topic.
Nvidia driver install libraries (compute , decode and encode files) related with CUDA and NVENC.
In a Ubuntu 20.04.3 or 21.04 with Kepler :
- If user install driver 465 only need .run package or distro package and simply all (OpenGL, Vulkan, CUDA and NVENC) works without issues.
- If user install driver 470 only works OpenGL and Vulkan. Not support for CUDA and NVENC for Kepler. .run package not has any command to disable install cuda libraries. Distro allow install only the driver. Thus the user need figure how use current driver and downgrade for CUDA 11.3. Not is a good option for all users, but nothing was done to fix it.
Thus the users need figure and install driver and after a CUDA SDk ?
See the example.
Now trying use the commands from link
and not works !
The user wait a fix thus search information being much details not fix.
The user seeing only searching in Ubuntu repository the name “CUDA” is listed several package being one “nvidia-cuda-toolkit (10.1.243-3)”.
The user only will see what is CUDA version from package nvidia-cuda-toolkit (10.1.243-3) when installing and big chance that is a old version that after does problems to remove ?
You are understanding my topic ?
CUDA 11.3 works with driver 470.
Nvidia simply return CUDA 11.3 in driver 470 update thus fixing the problem and avoiding the problems above for all users.
That is problem created and Nvidia need fix it.
Thanks for your reply with all install information. I had tested only installing using driver files and not installing any file named “encode-decode-compute” and had worked only if installing the files version for 460.