How do I manually install the vpi2.0 library for C

Hi Experts,

I want to use the VPI 2.0 on Jetson Xavier NX with Jetpack 5.0.2

I use the board with EMMC flash which only have 16GB disk. So when I use the SDK Manager to install target components, the target board disk space is going to fill up.


Actually, I only want to use the C/ C ++ version of the VPI library and CUDA library. I don’t need other dependencies such as python libraries for VPI.

Is there a manual installation guide for VPI libraries and dependencies?


Could you click the EXPORT LOGS and share the output with us?

Hi AastaLLL,

I think the reason for the installation failure is that I ran out of space on my device.
I have 7.5GB free space on my target device, but the CUDA will use 3.8G and the CUDA-X AI will use 4.7G.

I think we just need CUDA and VPI libraries for the VPI development.

So I wonder if there is any guidance for installing these dependent libraries separately.

Here is the export logs:
SDKM_logs_JetPack_5.0.2_(rev.1) (400.9 KB)


Please noted that you will need to install VPI 2.1 for JetPack 5.0.2.
To save space, you can reflash the OS with SDK manager and install the required package with apt.

For example

$ sudo apt install libnvvpi2 vpi2-dev vpi2-samples

It will install VPI and its dependencies directly.
The above should be the minimal package if you only need the C library.


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