I need a technical assistance.
We are currently working on an embedded system with LabVIEW (X86_64). We’re interested in the Jetson for advanced computing purposes, but our current problem is that LabVIEW Linux is designed for X86_64 architectures (Intel - AMD), and therefore can’t run natively on the Arm64 architecture your Jetson devices are equipped with.
Our interest in the Jetson stems from the fact that it’s an NVIDIA GPU for edge computing, but we need to be able to work with LabVIEW64 on this computer.
Currently, as a solution, we’re considering using a hypervisor to install Ubuntu Linux (x86_64) or standard Windows (x86_64) on the Nvidia Arm Linux. We’ve done this on a Raspberry Pi, which has an Arm processor, and it works (install Windows (x86_64) and LabVIEW).
Our problem is that Windows or Linux installed on top of Nvidia Arm Linux using the hypervisor (KVM with QEMU) doesn’t recognize the GPU device, preventing us from using it properly. This is a configuration problem for which we haven’t yet found a solution. → we need help
Obviously, we’re not the first ones to want direct access to the GPU from an X86_64 operating system.
Who can help me ?
Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.