So I’m trying to get openALPR Watchman Agent to run using the GPU of an Nvidia Jetson Nano.
As I understood it there’s no need to install any drivers if you’ve installed the Nvidia Jetpack image and that with that I’m supposed to get things like
to see GPU usage. This doesn’t work.
Running openALPR Watchman Agent with hardware acceleration enabled yields a black picture and nothing happens. If I’m not supposed to install any drivers I’m kinda lost as to what I need to do to get the GPU to be usable by openALPR.
Since CUDA came pre-installed I expected to be able to run nvcc right off the bat, but I first had to add cuda bins to the path. Maybe this should come pre-configured in the image and maybe it’s something related to this that’s causing my other problems?
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
openalprgpu: Depends: libalprocrgpu3 but it is not installable
Depends: libalpredgegpu2 but it is not installable
Depends: libalprneuralgpu2 but it is not installable
Depends: libalprgpusupportcuda2 but it is not installable
I am just running a fresh installation on the Jetson.
Running the commmands you mentioned, seems like a bunch of things were installed (incl. libalprneuralgpu2).
Trying to run OpenALPR on GPU acceleration without success. I guess I should try to reflash. But I am not sure what to do different this time…
EDIT: Seems like after adding the openalpr repository I can now install all the packages which were not found. After adding the OpenALPR repo and manually installing the above packages - everything works! Recognition is blazing fast!
Can’t find libalprocrgpu3 libalpredgegpu2 and libalprgpusupportcuda2 aren’t installable.
Can you explain how you add the openalpr repository?
[EDIT: Seems like after adding the openalpr repository I can now install all the packages which were not found. After adding the OpenALPR repo and manually installing the above packages - everything works! Recognition is blazing fast!