- Server: AWS g4dn.xLarge instance (T4), Ubuntu 18.04, ncu version : 2022.4.1.0
- Local machine: MacBook, ncu version : 2022.4.1.0
Running Nvidia Compute on local machine and connecting to the server and launch results in an error message.
Preparing to launch... Checking file deployment: libInterceptorInjectionTarget.so Checking file deployment: libTreeLauncherPlaceholder.so Checking file deployment: libTreeLauncherTargetInjection.so Checking file deployment: libTreeLauncherTargetUpdatePreloadInjection.so Checking file deployment: TreeLauncherTargetLdPreloadHelper Checking file deployment: libcuda-injection.so Deploying libcuda-injection.so to /tmp/var/target/linux-desktop-glibc_2_11_3-x64/libcuda-injection.so (62.69 MiB) Failed to deploy libcuda-injection.so Failed to deploy files. Check if your user has write permissions in the selected target directory.
However, there seems to be no permission issue in the working directory and the deployment directory.
How can I remotely connect to a server from a local machine and launch Nsight Compute?