Failed to apt-get install nvidia-jetpack on TX2

Hi,
My L4T system is R32.4.3.
After flashing the system image on TX2+custom carrier board.I executed
$sudo apt-get update
$sudo apt-get install nvidia-jetpack
to install the package like opencv,cuda.
Always there were errors in the file.
I’ve tried several times.
The network connection should be fine.
Any suggestion?
Thanks in advance!
Fang Bin

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hello fangbin,

it looks like a fetch error, am not sure this related to Texas’s extreme weather condition.
suggest you may have a try for another day. thanks

hello fangbin,

FYI,
we had verified this, we don’t see fetch errors when install nvidia-jetpack with JP-4.4GA (r32.4.3).
please try again, thanks

Hi Jerry,
Thanks!I’ll try.
BTW,is it enough to install Jetpack only for to use OPENCV or CUDA? Or I have to build the library from OPENCV source?

JetPack 4.5 includes OpenCV 4.1.1, thanks

Hi JerryChang,
I could intall Nvidia-Jetpack only after to flash the system again.
Before to install Jetpack the system could be restarted.But after installing Jetpack the system couldn’t go to the Login window and stops at
"…
[ 8.184245] vdd-1v8: voltage operation not allowed

[ 8.184265] sdhci-tegra 3440000.sdhci: could not set regulator OCR (-1)

[ 8.185943] vdd-1v8: voltage operation not allowed

[ 8.185961] sdhci-tegra 3440000.sdhci: could not set regulator OCR (-1)"

But the system could login-in through UART debug console:
"…
Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS pld-desktop ttyS0
pld-desktop login: "
I couldn’t figure out why Jetpack installlation affected the system start up.data0316a.txt (4.2 KB)
Thanks!
Fang Bin

hello fangbin,

is it OTA update? could you please share what’s your steps or commands to install JetPack image?
thanks

Hi JerryChang,
No it’s not OTA update.I executed the following command:
$sudo apt-get update
$sudo apt-get install nvidia-jetpack
Jetpack was installed successfully.
Thanks,
Fang Bin

hello fangbin,

could you please execute apt to display a list of new and upgradable packages.
please share those for reference, i.e. $ apt list --upgradable

moreover,
we don’t see failures when install nvidia-jetpack package, what’s the complete steps to reproduce your issue?
thanks

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Hi JerryChag,
1,I could install the jetpack without failure now because I reflashed the system image.The system was customized by myself.After the system started,I ran the command to install the jetpack:
$sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install nvidia-jetpack 2,After installing the Jetpack,I restarted the system again.But the system couldn't go to the login screen.The HDMI monitor displayed the attachment .jpg file always. 3,I could login into the system through ttys0 console and saved the message displayed in the attachment .txt file.And I executed the command through the console: apt list --upgradable
You could check the message in the .txt file after the above command.
Thanks,
Fang Bin

hello fangbin,

it shows some not allowed operations.
could you please briefly describe what’s the customization you’d done.
thanks

Hi JerryChang,
The customized carrier board implemented the following feature:
1 HDMI
1 Ethernet
6 CSI supporting IMX219 camera
1 USB OTG,2 USB 2.0 and 2 USB 3.0
TF Card
mSATA
4 UART(RS232)
2 CAN
2 SPI
3 I2C
several GPIOs

The system and carrier board did work before the Jetpack installation.
After to install Jetpack and restart the system,the system didn’t go to the Login window screen.
Thanks,
Fang Bin

hello fangbin,

it looks to me an expectation results with a customized carrier board.
since you’ll need customization cfg files to boot-up the board, installing nvidia-jetpack package will overwrite those cfg.
thanks

Hi JerryChang,
1,As I could login in through the ttys0 console,didn’t it mean the board boot-up and the customization cfg was correct?
2,Would you pls. give any clue about what cfg nvidia-jetpack package overwrited?Was it possible to overwrite HDMI related driver?I felt as if the system didn’t output video data to the HDMI monitor.
3,Was there any other way to install nvidia-jetpack?
Thanks,
Fang Bin

hello fangbin,

please share your use-case for installing nvidia-jetpack with a customized board,
for example, what’s the must-have *.deb file you’re looking for. thanks

Hi JerryChang,
OPENCV, CUDA and Multimedia API.
Thanks,
Fang Bin

hello fangbin,

you may use apt to download and install the required packages.
please also check developer guide for reference, Updating the Host.
thanks

Let me try.Thanks!

Hi JerryChang,
I executed the command
$sudo apt install nvidia-cuda nvidia-opencv
The system could be restarted.
If the following command was executed the system booted but didn’t go to the Login window.
$sudo apt install nvidia-l4t-jetson-multimedia-api
Would you pls. advice about this problem?
Thanks,
Fang Bin