@Tony_F I pulled a fresh export of an object detection Impulse, and the latest from example-standalone-linux, and I’m unable to reproduce on my Jetson Nano. So I’m grasping a bit here, but here are some other things maybe worth trying: I’m uploading my version of glibc here if you want to try it: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wZ5Gtg4E0KGUw87Y4ajq00GI8emaBszO/view?usp=sharing
Although the file names match, so I don’t have high hopes for that.
There’s a lot on google, stackoverflow, etc about this kind of error. What’s strange here is that we’re not making a shared library, we’re making an executable, so this shouldn’t be happening.
On one post, I saw a suggestion to try this flag with gcc:
And as a last resort, if you have a spare SD card, you could provision the card from scratch (using the image from nVidia), then install edge impulse, then try again and see if it works. Time consuming, I know, but since I can’t repro, this might be the next best step