I have flashed jetson tx2 using a host system sdk manager has installed in it correctly and i have not found any errors, but while programming i am unable to execue any program thus as checking the directory i could not find cuda, cudnnn etc… kindly clarify this
Are you certain everything installed correctly?
The installation comes in two stages (flash with the OS and then the SDKManager will SSH into the Jetson - I think - rather than USB recovery mode to install the CUDA libraries etc).
Once you get to the stage where it asks you to input the username and password, I find it is best to unplug the USB. I’ve also found that you should also ensure that your systems are connected to the internet or a DNS capable router for this to work properly.
i have purchased two jetson tx2, so for the second one i tried removing the usb interlinking the host and jetson tx2 after OS has been flashed and when it asked for the login password it meant with an error that usb has to be linked
Thanks for the comment you provided based on the first post i provided you could know cuda is installed but i dont have the libraries working and that is where i am stuck see i cannot find the " jetson_clock.sh" file in my jetson tx2 which is a basic command
other than cuda how to check cuDNN, TensorRT, computervision and developer tools
And it seems that jetson_clock.sh doesn’t exist. It’s important to note that the video tutorial is using Jetpack 3.0 and the SDKManager will probably install Jetpack 4.2 by default.
Jetpack 4.2 as on my system doesn’t have the jetson_clock.sh file.