yes, i tried this, but it also complains about me not using Ubuntu 18.04 - just over the command line instead of a gui.
Hm, this is a cool solution; but works only for debian, because ubuntu and debian have the same package managing system (dpkg ; ye, Ubuntu uses apt, but this is basically just a wrapper around dpkg as far as i am informed).
But i made some progress:
I took an Ubuntu, and used the SDK Manager to download the *.deb packages,
copied them to my Arch and was partly able to convert them into Arch Packages.
The Problem is, that the debian packages are nested - so one package contains three other ones and therefore the standard tool to convert debian packages was not able to handle this properly.
Long story short, I ripped them all apart and I think the installation is almost complete?
I have the same files under /usr/libs and /usr/include if i compare this to the Ubuntu system.
Nevertheless - if i want to compile the Demos of the VisionWorks SDK, i get an error
Package cudart-10.0 was not found in the pkg-config search path.
Perhaps you should add the directory containing `cudart-10.0.pc'
to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable
Which makes sense, because i can’t find a cudart-10.0.pc in my package configuration.
cudart is installed though (at least i have all *.so files of it?)
Does anyone know, where this cudart.pc file usually lies or what is in it?
Maybe this is the only problem and can be fixed :)
Thanks for your time and help so far!