Kind of a newbee question. I’m working on a Jetson Xavier and I have installed all its environment using the SDK Manager (including CUDA). I have noticed that there is a cuda folder at /usr/local/cuda/ but with no bin folder in it… Moreover, I have installed jtop tool and in the INFO section, CUDA Libraries is ‘NOT_INSTALLED’…
I wonder if this is normal or if my cuda/nvidia environment is broken. I am working with deepstream doing camera pipelines
Which JetPack version do you use?
We can find the bin/library folder in our environment.
$ ls /usr/local/cuda-11.4/
DOCS EULA.txt README bin compute-sanitizer extras include lib64 nvml nvvm samples share targets tools version.json
I believe it is JetPack 4.6 [L4T 32.6.1].
$ cat /etc/nv_tegra_release
# R32 (release), REVISION: 6.1, GCID: 27863751, BOARD: t186ref, EABI: aarch64, DATE: Mon Jul 26 19:36:31 UTC 2021
$ ls /usr/local/cuda-10.2/
include lib64 targets
While in my laptop I got
bin EULA.txt lib64 nvvm targets
compute-sanitizer extras libnvvp README tools
doc gds nsightee_plugins share version.json
DOCS include nvml src
The same is with Jet-Pack version 5.0.2-b231 run-time installation.
I’ve tried to install the Non-runtime (debug - ? Not said actually) option multiple times without any success.
Maybe the Non-runtime installation installs the bin library?
Could you share more information about how you install the CUDA?
As someone else said, with the SDK Manager
Please try to reinstall the CUDA packages with following command:
$ sudo apt install nvidia-cuda*
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