I have been trying unsuccessfully to install the Jetson SDK components on both my offline host machine and my TX2.
Downloaded SDK Manager from the nvidia site: 0.9.14.4961
Main PC Windows, running Ubuntu 18.04.3 in VM (online)
Ubuntu Laptop running 18.04.3 (offline only)
Jetson TX2 (offline only)
Both Ubuntu installs are brand new, clean installs.
- Used SDK Manager on Ubuntu VM to download all packages for 4.2.2 rev1.
- Copied items to Ubuntu Laptop.
- Installed SDK Manager on Ubuntu Laptop (after installing required libraries, such as pigz and lbzip2)
- I am able to successfully flash the TX2 with the OS image
I am unable to install the SDK components on the host machine (Ubuntu Laptop). I run into a situation where it requires two versions of libdrm-amdgpu1 to be installed at the same time (=2.4.91-2 and >= 2.4.94).
- libgl1-mesa-dri -> libdrm-amdgpu >= 2.4.97
- libdrm-dev -> libdrm-amdgpu = 2.4.91-2
I also tried to install the SDK components on the Ubuntu VM (with internet access) but ran into the same issue where multiple versions of libdrm-amdgpu1 are required
I am also unable to install the SDK components on the Jetson because the cuda-samples-10-0 package requires ‘libxmu-dev’ and ‘libxi-dev’, neither of which have packages for the arm architecture on any repositories.
Any help is appreciated.