Im trying to upgrade cuda 10 to 11 and try to use kernel 5.x. Which CUDA / kernel versions are running on your nanos ?
Il ven 12 mag 2023, 01:45 Dennis Gilmore <email@example.com> ha scritto:
I have 3 x 4GiB Jetson Nano's. I have updated the u-boot on them using the update documentation provided, I did put the fedora build u-boot binary in place and flashed that. I am running Fedora Server on them all. 2 of them are running freeipa and are my local dns servers, the third I run DHCP and some other services on, I have been very happy with them and they work great. I am not sure what you would like to use them for so your milage may vary. I also have one of the new Jetson Orin Nano's I have not done much with it yet.DennisOn Wed, May 10, 2023 at 8:29 AM Mario Marietto <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:First of all,they don't give support if you don't use 18.04. You should lie if you want to be helped by nvidia. You should tell them that you are using 18.04,while you are using 20 or 22. But that's not the real problem. The real problem is that CUDA 10 is old. CUDA 11 has had a lot of improvements. To run the Jetson nano with CUDA 10 is very limiting. I'm going crazy to upgrade it to 11. Because despite what they say,I feel that it can be done.On Wed, May 10, 2023 at 2:50 PM Sid Boyce <email@example.com> wrote:Thanks Mario,
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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