I’m trying to boot the Jetson TX1 with the new L4T release supporting DeepStream 4.0.1, but for some reason it fails to boot (or at least this is what I think by looking at the energy consumption of the board).
I’m using the NVIDIA’s stock development board, connected to ethernet connection with internet access and DHCP, and connected to host computer via USB. Host computer is Ubuntu 18.04 x64 and also has internet connection.
What I’ve tried:
- Flash the L4T R32.2.1 and all JetPack 4.2.2 with SDK Manager. Says flash is successful.
- Flash L4T R32.2.1 directly using terminal tool. Again, says flash is successful, same result as using SDK Manager.
In both cases, the board won’t give any signal it is booting, no HDMI output and power consumption doesn’t get above 3W. Not able to connect via SSH. Is there any other way you can think of to determine it is actually not booting?
- Flash L4T R28 + JetPack 3.3 using SDK Manager
- Flash L4T R28 + JetPack 3.3 using legacy JetPack 3.3 utility
- Flash L4T R28 + JetPack 3.3 using terminal utility
So the board is currently working flawlessly, but with previous version of JetPack/L4T. Any ideas on how to proceed?