Release Notes

NVIDIA SDK Manager 1.9

What's New

  • Add support for Ubuntu 22.04 on x86_64 systems.

  • Add support for flashing target hardware from Windows 11 Desktop Host using WSL2 (Windows Subsystem for Linux).

  • DOCA SDK: Add support for Rocky 8.6 and Red Hat 8.6 on x86_64 systems.

  • DOCA SDK: Support flashing and installing multiple DPU cards in a single session.

  • DOCA SDK: Rivermax is now available as an additional SDK.

Known Issues

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

  • If the CUDA installation fails, run sudo apt purge for all installed CUDA and nvcc related packages, then run SDK Manager again.

  • DOCA users: At the end of the install session, if you have a Controller / Converged Accelerator, or use remote install, you will need to manually power cycle the host where the device is attached.

Jetson Users

  • When flashing JetPack 4.5.1 and 4.6, ensure that no more than one target hardware is in recovery mode.

  • When flashing to external storage on Jetson Developer Kits for Xavier modules, make sure only one board is connected.

  • When installing Jetson SDK components on multiple Jetson boards at once, all active boards must be connected to the Internet using an Ethernet cable.

  • When choosing Clara, you must also select "Clara Holoscan SDK Components" to avoid installation failure.

  • When choosing Clara Holoscan 0.1, you must de-select DeepStream, as the Clara Holoscan SDK already contains the correlating DeepStream package.

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