I’m setting up Jetson AGX Orin Devkit for the first time without host computer following the instructions mentioned here. After the installation I rebooted and quickly wanted to verify if all the packages are installed correctly. But I couldn’t find any set of instructions for that. I tried to invoke nvcc command from the terminal but I keep getting command not found error. I’m able to access nvcc on my Jetson AGX Xavier which is on earlier version ofJetpack.
Any idea why the error is occuring on my Jetson Orin?
Also is there anyway to quickly check if CUDA + CUDNN are installed on the board. Thanks in advance for your comments!
I was able to resolve one part of my issue. I can access nvcc via its full path.
/usr/local/cuda-11.4/bin/nvcc --version. I was also able to verify the CUDA installation by running some sample programs using
Is it necessary to add cuda to PATH variable?
Yes, you may add these two lines at the end of your user’s home directory file
# Add CUDA bin directory into $PATH so that NVCC and others tools can be found
# Add CUDA lib directory into the list of places for searching dynamic libraries
Next time you’ll open a terminal using a bash shell, everything should be fine.
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