Credentials (username and Password) for NVIDIA Jetson Linux 36.2 (ubuntu22.04/Jetpack-6.0 DP) for own build image

I am abled to flash the NVIDIA Jetson Linux 36.2 (ubuntu22.04/Jetpack-6.0 DP) but it is not taking any credentials (tried couple of things like nvidia/nvidia, root/nvidia) etc.; but didn’t any luck
If anybody has information about credentials, then please let me know

There is no such default credentials. If you hit such issue, it means your rootfs has something corrupted or someone created a default credentials to it before your flash.

@WayneWWW, Thank you so much for this information but by default from my end I have not set any credentials and flashed my own binaries and root-fs from below link with version ( NVIDIA Jetson Linux 36.2)

Is there any default credentials associated ORIN SoC’s ?

As I already told, no… there is no default credentials… Your rootfs is probably corrupted.

The system will ask you to configure credentials in first boot.

Also, please move to rel-36.3. Rel-36.2 is developer preview only.

Can you share me the exact link that contains steps to build new image for NVIDIA Jetson Linux 36.2 (lIke below link that is related to r35.3.1 version )
https://docs.nvidia.com/jetson/archives/r35.3.1/DeveloperGuide/text/SD/Kernel/KernelCustomization.html

I have followed the steps from above Link to build image from 36.1 as well as 36.2 NVidia Jetson.

Thank you So Much Wayne and There is one more request, Kindly share me one more Link for flashing steps for Jetson Linux 36.3

Thanks in Advance

Warm Regards,
Shreyas

https://docs.nvidia.com/jetson/archives/r36.3/DeveloperGuide/IN/QuickStart.html

Hi Wayne, I have flashed the image after building with above Links shared from your end.
With current image it got hung up in below initialization booting time
{{{
RmBootstrap completed successfully
��[ 16.002108] (NULL device *): fops function table already registered
[ 17.096139] cfg80211: Loading compiled-in X.509 certificates for regulatory database
[ 17.102239] cfg80211: Loaded X.509 cert ‘sforshee: 00b28ddf47aef9cea7’
[ 17.400791] IRQ287: set affinity failed(-22).
[ 17.496967] IRQ287: set affinity failed(-22).
[ 17.610588] IRQ287: set affinity failed(-22).
[ 17.690045] IRQ287: set affinity failed(-22).
[ 22.437457] using random self ethernet address
[ 22.437466] using random host ethernet address
[ 22.643519] using random self ethernet address
[ 22.643521] using random host ethernet address
[ 28.826213] Please complete system configuration setup on the serial port provided by Jetson’s USB device mode connection. e.g. /dev/ttyACMx where x can 0, 1, 2 etc.
��RmDeInit completed successfull
}}}
Attached complete logs too
Orin_BootUp_Hung_Logs.txt (70.1 KB)

Warm Regards,
Shreyas

It didn’t hang… just as it tells. It is waiting for you to configure the user account.

[ 28.826213] Please complete system configuration setup on the serial port provided by Jetson’s USB device mode connection. e.g. /dev/ttyACMx where x can 0, 1, 2 etc.

I am not getting this point Wayne, kindly tell me in more elaborate way it means which file or which are steps I missed out during my configuration ?

Regards,
Shreyas

This is your first boot. As I keep telling, we don’t provide any default credentials.
So, the system is waiting for you to configure the user account and password so that it can boot…

Please connect a monitor to your Jetson and configure your account on the GUI.

Thank you Wayne for your support.
I have one more query, as of now only configure credentials for local user but how do I configure for root user ?

Regards,
Shreyas

That local user will have root permission.

Thank you so much once again Wayne !!!

I have verified it but my next task is to Execute some workloads like Energy, Stress-ng, lmbench, dhrystone etc through other system using pip (python) environment.
So In this situation I need to setup the root permission in configuration file, so that is the reason I need “how to enable the root permission” ?

Earlier I have faced Kernel panic after executing the Workloads on Prebuild image with JetPack-5 (series) with Ubuntu 20 and with ubuntu 22 (Attached Log File)
Orin_Kernel_Panic_With_Reboot_Log.txt (93.8 KB)
by default couple of features like cact, blkio and many others are not mounted with cgroups (So that’s the reason workloads are failing) as below snippet log

{{{
ERROR Module “cgroups” failed to install on target: Failed to mount “cpuset” controller
ERROR Failed to mount “cpuset” controller
}}}

If you have idea on these, kindly share it

Warm Regards,
Shreyas

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