Inability to Install SDK Manager

I am using a zedbox ORIN NX. I need to install Cuda 11.4 to be able to install the ZED SDK. my system architecture is of arm64. I have tried downloading the .deb file from the nvidia website. I am having the following error messages.

Any solution would be greatly appreciated

Sdkmanager is for x86 host PC to use to install Jetson. Not running on Jetson itself.

You might find it useful to know that you run JetPack/SDK Manager (sdkmanager --archived-versions on command line might be useful; on the Jetson see “head -n 1 /etc/nv_tegra_release” to find which release you are working with) on the host PC. It looks like it is just for flashing, but look carefully, you can deselect items you don’t want. This includes deselecting flash.

If the Jetson is in recovery mode, this is when it gets flashed. After the flash completes, then the Jetson reboots and becomes fully booted. Most people don’t realize that the Jetson has self-rebooted. This is when optional software, e.g., CUDA, gets installed. This uses ssh from host PC to Jetson over your admin account. Just skip flash, fully boot the Jetson (no recovery mode), and check the items you want.

Beware that you can only use items in your release, and this is why I suggest checking “head -n 1 /etc/nv_tegra_release” on the Jetson (so that you can use the right release from sdkmanager). Sometimes in later releases there will be an opportunity to install another version of CUDA using docker if it is not available directly. The GPU on a Jetson is integrated (iGPU), and not discrete (dGPU), and so the CUDA software you see in places other than JetPack/SDK Manager won’t work on it.

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