Arm compilers are now free to download:
As much as I want to test it out and mess around with
armflang Fortran compiler, looks like the JetPack version for Jetson Nano Developer Kit (regular 4GB version) will be “locked” to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS? At the time of writing the download links for the
deb packages from Arm are only for 18.04 LTS and 20.04 LTS…
Any help would be appreciated.
For several releases now the Nano’s release is Ubuntu 18.04. It was back in the TK1 days that it was 16.04. I’d be very surprised if your Nano actually has 16.04. What do you see from “
Ah you’re right, it’s 18.04 LTS. My bad. Guess I need more coffee.
wyp@jetson:~$ cat /etc/issue
Ubuntu 18.04.6 LTS \n \l
Closing this topic, then.
Edit: On second thought, maybe I’ll leave this open for now. Also, I posted about this on the Arm HPC forums, in case anyone also happen to be there: HPC compiler support for Jetson Nano devkit - High Performance Computing (HPC) forum - Support forums - Arm Community
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