I have a jetson tx2. It has an external SSD installed. It used to boot from this external SSD. But for some reason it stopped doing that, so now it boots from the internal mmcblk0p1 instead. So what I want to do is to flash the bootloader.
Under " Basic Flashing Procedures" is described to call the flash script from the L4T Archive in this form: $ sudo ./flash.sh
I downloaded the newest version (i.e. 32.5.1) from here:
PROBLEM HERE: Putting my jetson in into recovery mode and calling $ flash.sh --no-flash jetson-tx2 sda1
Gives the following Error Message:
“Error: Invalid target board - jetson-tx2.”
Followed by the --help output of the flash script.
WHAT I TRIED TO FIX:
Do I have the correct board?
It is explained, how to find out what board is connected.
Putting my jetson in recovery mode, connecting it via mirco-usb connector and calling lsusb gives this output: “Bus 001 Device 010: ID 0955:7c18 NVIDIA Corp. APX”
Meaning I have the Jetson TX2 with 8GB.
Does the flash script not support this board?
On the download page it says the board is supported and inside the first level folder of the L4T Download there does exist the “jetson-tx2.conf” file.
Why do I not want to use the SDK Manager?
The SSD already contains a configured Linux file system. So I do not want to overwrite that. I did not find a way to use the SDK Manager to flash the bootloader exclusively.
So I do not know what to do now. I am thankful for every help.
OS on jetson: Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS
OS on linux host system: Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS
I am new here, excuse me if I forgot to try or mention something.