It shouldn't be much of an overhead to be more current than 18.04.
I haven't seen a card image for the later boards to see if they run on a
later version of Ubuntu.
On 10/05/2023 12:41, Mario Marietto wrote:
> You know the business plans of nVidia,right ? If you want recent
> software and support,you should buy their new product in 2,3 years.
> (in the socs world,while in the PC world every year your expensive gpu
> value will be zero and even its performances). Jetson nano born in
> 2019,it lasts 3 years. Yes,it seems old,numerically speaking,but it is
> still perfect for a lot of use cases. The task to keep it updated has
> been poured on the developers and final users with a low-medium level
> of experience. I've been able to upgrade ubuntu 18.04 to ubuntu
> 22.04,everything works good except for the GPU that can't be enabled
> because it seems strictly tied to CUDA 10. They say that CUDA 11 will
> not work on the Jetson nano. If I want to use it,I should buy the
> Jetson orin.
> On Wed, May 10, 2023 at 3:06 AM Sid Boyce <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 09/05/2023 10:03, Nicolas Chauvet wrote:
> > Le mar. 9 mai 2023 à 00:12, Mario Marietto
> <email@example.com> a écrit :
> >> Hello.
> >> I dont hide my interest in the installation of fedora on the
> Jetson nano. I would like to understand what works and what not.
> Can I have a more modern OS than Ubuntu 18.04 ? help me to
> understand. Very thanks.
> > I have a Jetson TX1 that shares the same SOC (tegra210). In a
> > server configuration it works pretty well. But in graphical, using
> > accelerated graphics (with nouveau) is unpractical. Probably because
> > of the lack of EMC (External Memory Controller) frequency
> scaling. So
> > in the Jetson TX1 case, the EMC is locked at the bootloader
> > (800Mhz instead of 1600Mhz, for Nano it might be even lower).
> And that
> > seems to produce some graphical failure with nouveau has seen in the
> > mesa bug tracker (search for tegra tags). With nouveau being
> > blacklisted, the device can use llvm just fine, but then it's not
> > efficient, Also there is no video hw support. and CI/CSI (for
> > support (yet, but that might land at some point)...
> > Hope this helps.
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> It's a pity that they are still using 18.04 which is scheduled for
> of life at the end of this month and 23.04 is current.
> I have the JetsonNano 2GB and 4GB.
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