Release Notes

 

NVIDIA SDK Manager 0.9 Beta 13

What's New

  • This is a beta release of NVIDIA SDK Manager; all issues may not yet be documented.

  • Release notes are now available in step 1 of the installation process.

  • Network proxy settings contain an option to inherit configured system settings.

  • Added the option to change the install location of the target hardware image on the host machine.

  • Different target hardware images of the same SDK are now installed in different locations on the host machine.

  • Added support to set the periodicity to trigger the SDK Manager check for update mechanism.

  • In the Proxy Settings dialog, there is now an option to use a system proxy configuration for network access.

  • Users can now uninstall the whole SDK on a host and multiple targets via the Manage NVIDIA SDKs page.

  • File download speed has improved by simultaneously downloading several files and using multiple download threads.

    • Download speed for a single file has improved for developer.nvidia.com users.

    • The maximum concurrent file download count has increased from 3 to 16.

  • Added support to check system disk capacity before downloading and installing components on the disk.

  • Added the command line option --archivedversions to list and install archived SDK versions.

Known Issues

  • Some SDK components may have conflicts that cause an installation error when another release is already installed. If this occurs, please uninstall the previously installed SDK, then install the new version.

  • During the download process, clicking Pause and Resume may cause a component to restart the downloading process.

  • X Forwarding is not currently supported.

  • If running a command-line silent install with a small terminal window, or if the terminal window is resized while the install is running, the output characters may appear unformatted. To avoid this, run the install from a regular-size (or larger) terminal window.

  • When running a command-line installation, SDK components will not be installed on the target device after flashing.

 

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