I am running Ubuntu 16.04 and have compiled and installed the realtime kernel from kernel.org.
The problem I’m facing is that the code I’m developing not only depends on the realtime kernel but also needs GPU compute capabilities with my NVIDIA card. This means I need to install the binary NVIDIA drivers alongside with the CUDA tools.
But I can’t install the official NVIDIA driver on a realtime linux kernel. The installer prompts that the driver is not compatible with realtime kernels.
Does anyone have an idea how can solve this problem.
I have seen some repositories on the arch linux wiki but those drivers are outdated and not maintained anymore.
So what I need is a patch that I can apply to my realtime kernel before I compile and package it.