This topic is maybe a bit naive. I have to say I have very few experience in virtualization.
For the low profile x86, I’ve found this thread https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/808316/ but this gives very little hope.
For TK1, I realize that CUDA would probably not be supported, so if it’s just for compiling this is not so interesting.
However, for a simpler way, would it be possible to run TK1 armhf binaries/libraries with something like
sudo dpkg --add-architecture armhf
Is it possible to install these armhf packages in a separate tree ? (using chroot ?)
Furthermore, what would be the cuda execution model if compiled for arch 3.2 but executed on 6.2 ?
Is it possible to limit CUDA cores to a subset, representative of what’s available in TK1 ?
How much is performance related to driver ?
How could I limit available memory to 2 GB (or less) for TK1/armfh code ?
Thanks for any comment. If it’s stupid, saying it will save my time, no problem !