The sd card is ready to boot through the following steps.
3.Check the flash drive’s device name (e.g. /dev/sdb): $ sudo lsblk -p -d | grep sd 4.Create a new GPT: $ sudo parted /dev/<sdx> mklabel gpt Where <sdx> is the device name that your host computer assigned to the flash drive. For example, if the host computer assigns the flash drive device name sdb, the command is: $ sudo parted /dev/sdb mklabel gpt 5.Add the APP partition: $ sudo parted /dev/<sdx> mkpart APP 0GB <size> Where <size> is the size of the partition. It must be at least 16 GB. It may be larger if the flash drive has enough space. For example, if <sdx> is sdb and the partition is to contain 16 GB, enter: $ sudo parted /dev/sdb mkpart APP 0GB 16GB The device name of the APP partition will be /dev/<sdx>1. 5.Format APP as an ext4 partition and mount it. $ sudo mkfs.ext4 /dev/<sdx>1 $ sudo mount /dev/<sdx>1 /mnt You may format APP as ext2 or ext3, but ext4 is strongly recommended because it is faster, more compact, and more reliable. 6.Connect the Jetson device to a host computer and put it into recovery mode, then enter the following commands to generate the rootfs without flashing the device: $ cd Linux_for_Tegra/ $ sudo BOOTDEV=sda1 ./flash.sh --no-flash <board> sda1 $ sudo mkdir tmp_system $ sudo mount bootloader/system.img.raw ./tmp_system $ sudo rsync -axHAWX --numeric-ids --info=progress2 --exclude=/proc ./tmp_system/ /mnt
I tried booting from an external sd card.
Card did not respond to voltage select! I can’t boot with a message saying
I don’t know what’s wrong. Can you give me a solution?
Tegra210 (P3450-0000) # printenv boot_targets boot_targets=mmc1 Tegra210 (P3450-0000) # boot Card did not respond to voltage select!