I believe any USB-C should work. These are generally of good quality. For systems using micro-B USB, those require care in selecting cables.
I do not know if those warnings are related to the issue or not. Possibly, but I do not know if that is something used in recovery mode or not. Anyone know? “
host1x/vi@15c10000/”, all ports?
You could log the clone, and post the log as there might be more going on. Example to log:
sudo ./flash -r -k APP -G my_image.img jetson-xavier mmcblk0p1 2>&1 log_clone.txt
…then post the “
Btw, a clone actually produces two files. One is the “sparse” (not unlike compression by marking empty spots in the filesystem instead of putting out a lot of NULL bytes), and the other is “raw”. The larger raw file can be manipulated and examined, or used for flash. The smaller sparse file can only be used for flash and cannot be used in any other way (and I’ve never found open source tools for dealing with this version of sparse file).
In the above command you would end up with two files:
I throw away the sparse file and keep only the raw file. If I am storing this long term, then I run “bzip2 -9” on the raw file (which takes a long time due to the huge file size).
How did you determine the clone failed with an invalid file? Was this by using the image to flash, and was it the raw image? If not, then perhaps the clone actually worked and all you would need to do is use the raw file instead of the sparse file.