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  • How to build ZED 2i Camera x ROS2 Foxy x Nvidia Jetson x Ubuntu 18.04 via Docker | 2021-09-15
    # Based on # # ARG L4T_MINOR_VERSION=5.0 FROM codustry/ros:foxy-ros-base-l4t-r32.${L4T_MINOR_VERSION} # # ZED Jetson # # ARG ZED_SDK_MAJOR=3 ARG ZED_SDK_MINOR=5 ARG JETPACK_MAJOR=4 ARG JETPACK_MINOR=5 #This environment variable is needed to use the streaming features on Jetson inside a container ENV LOGNAME root ENV DEBIAN_FRONTEND noninteractive RUN apt-get update -y && apt-get install --no-install-recommends lsb-release wget less udev sudo apt-transport-https build-essential cmake openssh-server libv4l-0 libv4l-dev v4l-utils binutils xz-utils bzip2 lbzip2 curl ca-certificates libegl1 python3 -y && \ echo "# R32 (release), REVISION: 5.0" > /etc/nv_tegra_release ; \ wget -q --no-check-certificate -O${ZED_SDK_MAJOR}.${ZED_SDK_MINOR}/jp${JETPACK_MAJOR}${JETPACK_MINOR}/jetsons && \ chmod +x ; ./ silent skip_tools && \ rm -rf /usr/local/zed/resources/* \ rm -rf && \ rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/* #This symbolic link is needed to use the streaming features on Jetson inside a container RUN ln -sf /usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/tegra/ /usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/ # # Configure Enviroment for ROS RUN echo 'source /opt/ros/foxy/install/setup.bash' >> ~/.bashrc # RUN echo "source /opt/ros/eloquent/setup.bash" >> ~/.bashrc RUN echo 'source /usr/share/colcon_cd/function/' >> ~/.bashrc # RUN echo "export _colcon_cd_root=~/ros2_install" >> ~/.bashrc # echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH RUN echo 'export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/cuda-10.2/targets/aarch64-linux/lib/stubs:/opt/ros/foxy/install/lib' >> ~/.bashrc WORKDIR /root/Downloads RUN wget RUN tar xf Tegra186_Linux_R32.5.0_aarch64.tbz2 RUN cd Linux_for_Tegra && \ sed -i 's/config.tbz2\"/config.tbz2\" --exclude=etc\/hosts --exclude=etc\/hostname/g' && \ sed -i 's/install --owner=root --group=root \"${QEMU_BIN}\" \"${L4T_ROOTFS_DIR}\/usr\/bin\/\"/#install --owner=root --group=root \"${QEMU_BIN}\" \"${L4T_ROOTFS_DIR}\/usr\/bin\/\"/g' nv_tegra/ && \ sed -i 's/LC_ALL=C chroot . mount -t proc none \/proc/ /g' nv_tegra/ && \ sed -i 's/umount ${L4T_ROOTFS_DIR}\/proc/ /g' nv_tegra/ && \ sed -i 's/chroot . \// /g' nv_tegra/ && \ ./ -r / --target-overlay RUN rm -rf Tegra210_Linux_R32.4.4_aarch64.tbz2 && \ rm -rf Linux_for_Tegra && \ echo "/usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/tegra" > /etc/ && ldconfig WORKDIR /usr/local/zed ENV CUDA_HOME=/usr/local/cuda WORKDIR /root/ros2_ws/src/ RUN source /opt/ros/foxy/install/setup.bash && cd ../ && colcon build --symlink-install RUN git clone RUN git clone && cd diagnostics && git checkout foxy WORKDIR /root/ros2_ws RUN source /opt/ros/foxy/install/setup.bash && source $(pwd)/install/local_setup.bash && rosdep update && \ rosdep install --from-paths src --ignore-src -r --rosdistro ${ROS_DISTRO} -y && \ colcon build --symlink-install --cmake-args " -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release" " -DCMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/cuda/lib64/stubs" " -DCUDA_CUDART_LIBRARY=/usr/local/cuda/lib64/stubs" " -DCMAKE_CXX_FLAGS='-Wl,--allow-shlib-undefined'" && \ echo source $(pwd)/install/local_setup.bash >> ~/.bashrc && \ source ~/.bashrc
  • Running Nvidia drivers in Clear Linux or Flatcar? | 2021-08-30
    That leaves Flatcar and Clear Linux - both of which happen to at least have documentation for installing/running Nvidia drivers and CUDA. Flatcar has this repository from Nvidia, and I've also found this project called forklift which will supposedly handle auto-updating the kernel modules for you. The Clear Linux docs also seem to include a method to auto-rebuild the modules with kernel upgrades, though it does say that the driver version needs to be updated manually, which honestly almost sounds preferable considering how finicky Nvidia drivers can be on Linux. Clear Linux also has several other tutorials/guides that appear to try and market it for things like machine learning, which leads me to believe that Nvidia gpus would hopefully work decently on it.
  • Is it possible to install Nvidia drivers?
    To add CUDA I plan on adding the stuff from this Docker script.
  • Can you add CUDA to a docker container? | 2021-08-10
    You can use the cuda dockerfile as reference:
  • KDE Development with Podman | 2021-08-10
    However, getting Nvidia to work was much more complicated. Now, I am not a container expert, so a lot of it was because of my unfamiliarity with the technology. At first, I had to get nvidia-container-toolkit using CentOS package. The test containers given in the instructions here worked fine. However, I soon understood that nvidia-container-toolkit requires basing the image on nvidia official containers or going through this and figure out how to create a custom container. Most documentation online seemed to be about nvidia-docker or just covered the install portion of nvidia-container-toolkit. There was almost nothing available on how to create a custom image. After some digging around and copying and pasting (I still don't understand some of it), I was able to create a container with nvidia-smi, and other cuda commands working.
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