My hardware guys just unpacked a new TX2, we booted it, signed in, ran the startup stuff (NVIDIA_INSTALLER) and… no CUDA. No /usr/local/cuda, no nvcc (anywhere - with a “find / -name nvcc -print”), just some libraries. I’d just as soon not reflash the thing if I don’t have to, but I can’t seem to find a downloadable installer (.deb) of just cuda anywhere (developer.download.nvidia.com, from some online help, is “404 not found” for everything). The Jetpack 3.1 (which matches my Tegra release) installer files, when unpacked, do not contain much except “cuda-lt4.sh”, which wants to do an apt-get, but “apt-cache search cuda-toolkit” on the TX2 itself returns nothing at all (after a “apt-get update”.)
Here’s /etc/nv_tegra_release, if that helps. Ubuntu is 16.04
R28 (release), REVISION: 1.0, GCID: 9436269, BOARD: t186ref, EABI: aarch64, DATE: Fri Jul 28 17:04:29 UTC 2017
Any suggestions? Thanks!