The claim is that the microSD image of 64Bit Ubuntu Linux that NVIDIA provides for this computer has all the NVIDIA libraries and utilities you need all pre-installed. The programming guide made it clear that if you need to use the NVIDIA C compiler nvcc to compile your work. But if I typed nvcc at a command prompt, I just got an error that this command wasn’t found. A bit of Googling revealed that everything is installed, but it did it before installation created your user, so you need to add the locations to some PATHS. Adding:
To my .bashrc file got everything working. It also shows where cuda is installed. This is handy since it includes a large collection of samples.
Compiling the deviceQuery sample