I am using a windows host and I am using Ubuntu 18.04 through VirtualBox to download Jetpack and flash the Jetson AGX Xavier. I’ve successfully flashed the OS, but it seems as though I am having a difficult time at the last step where it is trying to determine the IP address of the target.
Primarily my host PC was connect to WiFi, while the Xavier was connected to the router. I keep getting an error the says, “JetPack is unable to determine the IP address of the Jetson Developer Kit”, followed by whether I would like to retry or manually enter my IP Address. Please find the image attached of the terminal error I receive about the IP.
I have also tried hardwiring my host pc to the router instead of WiFi and I am still getting the same same issue.
I noticed this person had a similar issue as I did, and it would solved by manually entering the IP address: JetPack 4.X Install with a VM (Solved)
I have attempted to find the IP address using “ifconfig” on my host computer and even looking at the connected devices through my internet’s phone app that shows the connected devices and their information. I have also tried turning on the Xavier to “ifconfig” to determine what the IP address is, but it just seemed to permanently be stuck at the NVIDIA logo.
Would someone be able to help? I’m about to dust off my old overheating Dell XPS 13 from the closet which I had Ubuntu 18.04 as the OS to see if maybe using a VM is the issue, but I don’t think that is likely the case.