I have a project I wanted to push out to multiple devices but don’t want to do a straight Jetson Nano clone as it would also copy over a number of setup specific IDs and such that allow me to identify one device from another. I’m having a hard time figuring out the best way to approach it.
The current method has me use the standard image, update/upgrade the device, create scripts to download the specific packages I need, and then manually copy the file over. For a single device, it’s not that big of a deal but if I want to make 5 or 10 of these, the time adds up quickly.
What’s the best way to create a setup that at least has all the updates/upgrades, and package device (adding our specific files to it is a bonus as that takes significantly less time comparatively)?
Currently, I have SDK manager and jetpack 4.4 installed on a host computer (running virtual box, unfortunately it’s a windows based computer). My Jetson nano is connected to the host computer via a USB cable. I can type lsusb and see the following:
Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0xxx:xxxx NVidia Corp
At this point, I think I have it hooked up correctly, I just need to know how to back it up correctly. Any suggestions as to how I can approach this? Any info you can provide would be greatly appreciated.