Hardware - GPU (RTX5000)
Hardware - CPU (Xeon W-10855M)
Operating System (Windows 11 - Version 10.0.22449 Build 22449)
Riva Version (v1.4.0-beta)
TLT Version (n/a)
How to reproduce the issue:
Follow the CUDA on WSL instructions and the quick start instructions provided in NGC for launching Riva in Ubuntu. The riva_init.sh script completes, but the riva_start.sh script fails immediately with error:
/opt/riva/bin/start-riva: line 4: 43 Segmentation fault
Note - I am able to run the sample CUDA container in the same Ubuntu distribution:
docker run --gpus all nvcr.io/nvidia/k8s/cuda-sample:nbody nbody -gpu -benchmark
Where would I begin to debug the
riva_start.sh script to allow running in a WSL2 Ubuntu distribution as I have attempted above?
The main point:
I - and many others? - have Windows enterprise machines that do not have Ubuntu installed in dual-boot situation. Without linux, it is very difficult to test the Riva framework, so I’m trying to build a bridge with WSL2.