The above is intended for you to edit and change “~/where/ever/it/is” with where the file really is. I don’t know where your file is stored, but somewhere you will be able to find “sdkmanager_0.9.12-4180_amd64.deb”. I have no idea where you saved it. If you use “cd” on command line you can go to that location, or name that location as a full path with “sdkmanager_0.9.12-4180_amd64.deb” appended to the path.
If you type “pwd” you will know where you are currently at. The directory “~” (tilde) is a shortcut to your home directory. The directory “.” is a shortcut to where you are at this moment. The directory “..” is a shortcut to the parent directory of the current directory. If you “cd” with no arguments you go to your home directory.
To illustrate, if you type “cd”, then then “pwd”, you will see your home directory. If you “pwd” then “cd .”, then “pwd” again, you’ll find you did nothing. If you type “pwd”, and there are a set of directories, then “cd ..”, then you will find you trimmed the deepest subdirectory out and are one step closer to “/” (which is the “root” of everything). Often your home directory can be seen with “echo $HOME”, and so “cd $HOME” would go to the same place as “cd ~”.
A typical download will go to “~/Downloads” or maybe it is at “~/Desktop”. Where is the file sdkmanager_0.9.12-4180_amd64.deb saved at?
If you type “ls”, then you will see the content of where you are. If you type “ls /home”, then you will see what is in “/home”. Perhaps you would want to run “ls ~/Downloads” or “ls ~/Desktop”. Sometimes it is “ls ~/nvidia” which is of interest.
cvision@cvision:~/Downloads$ sudo apt install ./sdkmanager_1.1.0-6343_amd64.deb
Reading package lists… Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information… Done
Note, selecting ‘sdkmanager:amd64’ instead of ‘./sdkmanager_1.1.0-6343_amd64.deb’
Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
or been moved out of Incoming.
The following information may help to resolve the situation:
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
sdkmanager:amd64 : Depends: libgconf-2-4:amd64 but it is not installable
Depends: libcanberra-gtk-module:amd64 but it is not installable
Depends: locales:amd64 but it is not installable
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
Err:14 https://repo.download.nvidia.com/jetson/common r32.4 Release
Certificate verification failed: The certificate is NOT trusted. The certificate chain uses not yet valid certificate. Could not handshake: Error in the certificate verification. [IP:
cvision@cvision:~/Downloads$ sudo dpkg -i ./sdkmanager_1.1.0-6343_amd64.deb
dpkg: error processing archive ./sdkmanager_1.1.0-6343_amd64.deb (–install):
package architecture (amd64) does not match system (arm64)
Errors were encountered while processing: