Trouble setting up Host PC for DRIVEPX

I’m having trouble with the installation of DRIVE PX on my host PC. The host PC is a VM of Ubuntu 14.04 with 60 GB space, also fresh installation. During execution of the JetPack run file I get this error

Installing Extract V4L package for local installation 25.05.01 failed.

Return Code: 1

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p7zip Version 9.20 (locale=en_US.UTF-8,Utf16=on,HugeFiles=on,1 CPU)

Processing archive: /home/drivepx/Desktop/Nvidia_Drive_PX//vibrante-t210ref-linux-25.05.01-6766834-pdk.7z.001

file VibrantePDK/NVIDIA_Tegra_System_Profiler_2.5-linux-x64.tar.gz
already exists. Overwrite with
NVIDIA_Tegra_System_Profiler_2.5-linux-x64.tar.gz?
(Y)es / (N)o / (A)lways / (S)kip all / A(u)to rename all / (Q)uit? Extracting NVIDIA_Tegra_System_Profiler_2.5-linux-x64.tar.gz
Extracting PerfKit-4.5.1-v4l.tar.gz
Extracting developer-tools-documentation.zip
Extracting NVIDIA_Tegra_Graphics_Debugger_2.2_linux-v4l_l4t-egl.run
Extracting vibrante-t210ref-cuda-25.05.01.run
Extracting vibrante-t210ref-linux-25.05.01-6766834-nv-minimal-pdk.run
Extracting vibrante-t210ref-linux-25.05.01-6766834-oss-eclipse-64.run
Extracting vibrante-t210ref-linux-25.05.01-6766834-oss-minimal-pdk.run
Extracting vibrante-t210ref-linux-25.05.01-6766834-oss-src.run CRC Failed
Extracting vibrante-t210ref-linux-25.05.01-6766834-RUN-THIS-FIRST-install-docs.run
Extracting vibrante-t210ref-linux-25.05.01-6766834-ubuntu-rootfs.run
Extracting vibrante-t210ref-linux-25.05.01-6766834-yocto-genivi-rootfs.run

Sub items Errors: 1

Hello iMighty,

Unfortunately we don’t support VM host environment for DPX2.
Please use Linux Desktop or Linux X86/x64 only. Thanks.

Maybe you should bring your computer for the professional exam.
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Hi iMighty – what is the native OS on your host PC?
Thanks!

Hi again!

I got myself a non VM computer as suggested, the problem still persists. It gives me the same error message. My OS is Ubuntu 14.04.

EDIT: SOLVED IT, filesnames are very important, the files must have the mentioned names in the hands-on file (“SDK/FDK”, slide)

Hi SteveNV,

I successfully installed DriveInstall in a non VM Ubuntu 14.04, although my earlier attempt to install it on an 16.04 VM failed, the Installer was stuck at the step installing OSS and NV packages. There were no errors or warnings!

Does the host computer really needs to a non VM? I unfortunately could not find this in the DriveInstall documentation. Is there any tricks to have a VM as host computer?

Regards
Prasanna

Dear PKannan,

Unfortunately we don’t support VM Host environment for DPX2. Thanks.