When I was using vscode running an python3.6.9 ai training program using pytorch1.6.0 on Jetson nano and it reported that glibc “2.28” not found. After I checked out that my system ubuntu18.04 which was installed by using jetpack 4.4,I found that the glibc in the system was 2.27, so I was going to download and install glibc2.28. But I failed to do it many times.Later I found it might be the reason that ubuntu18.04 supports up to glibc2.27. Can anyone give me some advice of solving this problem?
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How do you install the PyTorch package?
Do you use the package from PyTorch for Jetson - version 1.8.0 now available ?
If yes, the v1.6.0 package should be compatible to the JetPack4.4.
Could you share a detailed error log with us?
@yangqian406 Hello! I’m facing the exact problem right now and I can’t seem to get over it. Have you solved this issue?
Hi! I noticed that you met the same problem as I did. To solve the problem, I had found that using python3 jetson nano initially installed instead of conda or docker version of python environment should help pytorch to apply successfully.