I need to install NVIDIA SDKManager on a CentOS 7 PC since this is the OS which is provided to me at my work place. I downloaded the debian package from the download center and fixed it to be an .rpm file. However, if I try to install it, I face this error message:
Error: Package: sdkmanager-1.3.1-7111.x86_64 (/sdkmanager-1.3.1-7111.x86_64)
When I run the command :
strings /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6 | grep CXXABI
I see that my gcc don’t have CXXABI_1.3.9 supported. Then I though this could be fixed by upgrading gcc. However; when I checked the CentOS forum, I’ve got devastated by this answer from a forum moderator:
“Your problem is that that file is not built to run on CentOS. You need to rebuild it or download a different copy that isn’t linked against a newer glibc than we ship. Do not attempt to shoehorn a newer libc onto your system or everything else will break. It is the app that needs fixing.”
My question in this situation is:
So, it is pretty obvious that I cannot fix this problem of mine, are there any plans by NVIDIA to build SDKM for different distros, or can I continue on developing on Jetsons without SDKM?
PS: I couldn’t find any category more relevant than here, so if there is any you may move this topic to that category.