NVIDIA provides a NVIDIA® DGX™ software stack targeted for installation on DGX systems that have been user-installed with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The software stack provides the same features and functionality that are provided by the original DGX OS Server and DGX OS Desktop software built upon the Ubuntu operating system. See also the DGX Software on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Installation Guide.
Installing the Software
To install the software on a fresh DGX system, see the DGX Software for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 - Installation Guide or the DGX Software for CentOS - Installation Guide
Updating the Software without Moving to a Later Driver Release Package
To update your DGX system to the latest version from a previous version within the same driver package, issue the following.
sudo yum update
Updating the Software and Moving to a Later Driver Release Package
To install a later driver release package, enable the appropriate repository before issuing
sudo yum update as follows.
To install the R450-related packages, enable the R450 repository as follows.Note
If you have already enabled the R450 repository in a previous update, then you do not need to do it again.
[nvidia-dgx-7-r450-cuda11-0] name=NVIDIA DGX EL7 R450-CUDA11-0 baseurl=https://international.download.nvidia.com/dgx/repos/rhel7-r450-cuda11-0/ enabled=1 gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-dgx-cosmos-support
OR, (if you have the
yum-utilspackage installed), issue the following.
sudo yum-config-manager --enable nvidia-dgx-7-r450-cuda11-0
To install the R470-related packages, follow the instructions in Step 1 if the R450 repository has not already been enabled, then enable the R470 repository as follows.Note
If you have already enabled the R470 repository in a previous update, then you do not need to do it again.
[nvidia-dgx-7-r470-cuda11-4] name=NVIDIA DGX EL7 R470-CUDA11-4 baseurl=https://international.download.nvidia.com/dgx/repos/rhel7-r470-cuda11-4/ enabled=1 gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-dgx-cosmos-support
OR (if you have the
yum-utilspackage installed), run the following command:
sudo yum-config-manager --enable nvidia-dgx-7-r470-cuda11-4
Perform the update.
sudo yum update
If you enabled the R450 or R470 driver package, then the package manager picks up the packages provided in the R450 or R470 repository along with any other updated packages in the R418 repository.