I would like to use the NVidia Jetson Nano as a remote station, with some onboard vision computation, and some remote ones.
For the onboard vision, I need to use an Intel Realsense camera, and thus install a patched version of the kernel. The script from https://github.com/JetsonHacksNano/installLibrealsense does that perfectly well.
For the remote computations, I need to forward an USB port to an other computer, using usbip. That’s where the problem happens. I know how to install it via apt, but it will install it for the kernels that comes from the repo. The kernel that is built by the installLibRealsense scripts (that uses the https://github.com/JetsonHacksNano/buildKernelAndModules script) is built from sources, and is not impacted by the installation of linux-tools-generic package.
The sources from which the kernel is built have the usbip module, but it is not enabled for the build. As I’ve never built a kernel, I have no idea what to do to compile and active usbip module.
Can someone explain me how to install this module, either by hand or modifying some of the scripts?
Thanks for your help!