How can I jetpack-component on nx emmc module

Hello,

I have installed jetpack-component using bellow command.
apt depends nvidia-jetpack | awk ‘{print $2}’ | xargs -I {} sudo apt install -y {}

How do I delete vpi or a specific component in this state?
There are no instructions on how to delete it on the next page.
https://docs.nvidia.com/jetson/jetpack/install-jetpack/index.html

Thank you.

The package name for VPI is listed here. You can try to use apt command to remove it.

https://docs.nvidia.com/jetson/l4t/index.html#page/Tegra%20Linux%20Driver%20Package%20Development%20Guide/updating_jetson_and_host.html

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Hello,

Can’t you partially delete tensorRT, cuda, opencv, etc. other than vpi?

Thank you.

Those components may have dependency to each other so may not able to remove it one by one.

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Hello,

If so, it is difficult to install individually.
After installing the os and jetpack-component on the emmc module, there is about 1 gigabyte of capacity left, so if you want to install and test other software, you need an auxiliary storage device, right?

Thank you.

Yes, we would suggest you can add a extra ssd on it.

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Hello,

Is it recommended to install only the os and jetpack components on emmc and install everything else on the ssd?

Can you tell me what method nvidia recommends or how to use it in general?

Thank you.

I will suggest that perhaps you only need to mount the external storage device in a simple manner, and not boot directly to the external storage. What do you see from these commands?

df -H /
sudo du -h -s /usr/local

Depending on how storage is used it might be a very simple transfer of content in “/usr/local” to the other device, which is quite easy to set up.

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Hello,

Thank you very much.

If you want more information on this topic, just ask.

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Hello

Thank you.