Libcuda.so conflicting dependency with packages nvidia-l4t-cuda and libnvidia-compute

Hello ,

I’m trying to install libnvidia-compute-util-550 package on AGX Orin (JP6.0 m,Ubuntu 22.04). But it fails because libcuda.so which is provided by nvidia-l4t-cuda (36.2 ) could not be overwritten. I need both the packages for our project. How can I solve dependency issue?

Thanks

Hi,

You will need a package for the Jetson platform.

The package you try to install is for the x86 environment?
Could you share where you downloaded the package?

Thanks.

Hi ,
The Package I’m trying to install is for ARM platform.
I downloaded the packages from UBUNTU/NVIDIA repo through synaptic

Thanks.

Hi,

Would mind sharing the link so we can check it further?

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Hi,
There is no link to download. I installed it through Ubuntu synaptic package manager.
You can also install it by issuing following command
“sudo apt-get install libnvidia-compute-550”
which is results in following error
“trying to overwrite ‘/usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/libcuda.so’ , which is also in package nvidia-l4t-cuda 36.2.0-202312182148”

Thanks.

Hi,

Just want to double-confirm the info.
Do you run this command on the Jetson device?

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Hi,
I’m running the command on AGX Orin 64GB updated to latest Jetpacks 6.0
The problem raised when I’m installing drivers for “NVIDIA® ConnectX-6 Lx Dual Port 10/25GbE SFP28 Adapter, PCIe Low Profile” from the following link “Ethernet drivers and acceleration software | NVIDIA | NVIDIA Developer” .
“libnvidia-compute-550” package is required for the drivers to install which is conflicting with “nvidia-l4t-cuda”

Thanks

Hi,

The libnvidia-compute-550 sounds more like a dGPU driver and is not able to work on Jetson.

iGPU driver comes with OS so it’s installed after reflashing with JetPack 6.
Please verify this via running nvidia-smi.

Thanks.

Hi,

nvidia-smi is not showing any information apart from NVIDIA-SMI:540.2.0 , CUDA version : 12.2 versions.

Thanks

Hi,

Due to iGPU and shared memory environment, some info of nvidia-smi is not available.
But you should be able to find the GPU and CUDA info like below:

$ nvidia-smi
Wed Jul 17 02:57:45 2024
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| NVIDIA-SMI 540.3.0                Driver Version: N/A          CUDA Version: 12.5     |
|-----------------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
| GPU  Name                 Persistence-M | Bus-Id        Disp.A | Volatile Uncorr. ECC |
| Fan  Temp   Perf          Pwr:Usage/Cap |         Memory-Usage | GPU-Util  Compute M. |
|                                         |                      |               MIG M. |
|=========================================+======================+======================|
|   0  Orin (nvgpu)                  N/A  | N/A              N/A |                  N/A |
...

In our case, driver (540.3.0) and CUDA (12.5) are well-installed.

Thanks.