How to install CUDA 10.2 on Ubuntu22.04?

I have been trying to install Cuda 10.2 but the process keeps installing 12.3 if I do the online version, and messes up stuff and fails to install if I use the 10.2 offline version.

Do I have to use the older (450) video drivers that it wants?

Is it correct that 10.2 is the latest version I can use:
NVIDIA GK107GL [Quadro K2000] driver: nvidia v: 470.223.02 pcie: speed: 5 GT/s
lanes: 16 bus-ID: 01:00.0 chip-ID: 10de:0ffe class-ID: 0300 ?

Does anyone have a tutorial for this?

Looking at Table 4 here , yes 10.2 is the last version to support your CC3.0 card and you can use the 470 series of drivers.

As for installing 10.2. on Ubuntu 22.04, if you don’t wish to drop back to the supported 18.04, (or dual booting), it will probably be a fairly laborious task of reading install log errors and installing 10.2 qualified versions of gcc, kernels etc.

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Thanks for the confirmations. I don’t think I’d be successful at reading the logs and getting the right things installed .