This month, by popular demand, we’re teaching you how to use balenaOS with NVIDIA GPUs on an x86 device. Check out our balenaHub Challenge finalists, our latest balenaPodcast episode with ideamarket.io, and learn how to use Adafruit IO on your next balena project.
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The latest from balena
How to use NVIDIA GPU with an x86 device on balenaOS
Many projects which utilize machine learning require you to use an attached graphics processing unit (GPU). In our latest guide, we’ll outline how to access an NVIDIA GPU on an x86 device to run CUDA or other software that requires GPU access.
Check out this blog where a balena user teaches us how to use balena and Nginx Proxy Manager to create a secure connection between an old webcam and web interface to prevent needing to manually update the camera's IP address every time it reboots.
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