1. Download and Run SDK Manager

Download SDK Manager

  1. SDK Manager works with two NVIDIA software distribution systems, NVOnline and Developer Zone. Navigate to the appropriate site for your user account, and log in.

  2. From the download page, locate sdkmanager-[version].[build#].deb, where [version] and [build] represent the current version number and build number of SDK Manager.

    • Developer Zone users: the most recent version of NVIDIA SDK Manager can be downloaded from:

      https://developer.nvidia.com/nvidia-sdk-manager

      You can also access SDK Manager from the download page that corresponds with the product category you are installing.

        Product    Download Page 

        DRIVE  

       NVIDIA DRIVE Downloads    

        Jetson  

       Jetson Download Center      

    • NVOnline users: use one of these two following methods: 

      1. Turn on active filters by enabling the Show Groups Only option, then click the hyperlink for NVIDIA SDK Manager.

      2. In the search field, type "SDK Manager" and click Search. Locate and click the hyperlink for NVIDIA SDK Manager.

  3. Download the file to your host machine.

  4. From a terminal, install the Debian package:

    sudo apt install ./sdkmanager-[version].[build#].deb 
  5. You can start SDK Manager using one of the following two methods:

    1. Launch SDK Manager from the Ubuntu launcher.

    2. Open a terminal and launch SDK Manager with the following command:

      sdkmanager

Login and Run SDK Manager

  1. Select the appropriate login tab for your account type and installation.

  2. Enter the credentials for your account type, and click Login.

  3. Before proceeding, choose whether or not to enable data collection.

 

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