Right now the compile times are taking 24 hours approx when compiling TF 2.1.0 using Bazel 0.27.1 on python 3.7
I was able to compile TF1.13 wheel but without TensorRT because there were errors about compiling for TensorRT
I wanted to make a VM (no GPU, its the VM Player) with Ubuntu 18.04 and install the packages like CUDA 10.0, cuDNN 7.6.3, TensorRT 6. I was able to install all of these and started the build for TensorFlow 2.1.0 for the Jetson Xavier.
But near the end i get errors like: crosstool_wrapper_driver_is_not_gcc failed: error executing command
I basically followed these instructions: Building Tensorflow 1.13 on Jetson Xavier
I did the edits to include aarch64 etc
But i dont know if im missing something else. I’m running the build again this time with gcc-7 and will post the output when done as a follow up comment.
What I would like to know is can I make such a VM with everything loaded on it so that I can make the wheels for the Xavier? Im using Jetpack 4.3 and I matched whatever is installed on there on my VM.
Ive been reading about cross compile but there are no specific info about the Xavier itself
This will save me hours as the compile time on the Xavier itself is around 24 hours and eats a huge amount of disk space