How to determine which Jetson type I use using command line? Xavier or Nano or something else?
You can check the eeprom layout to get it.
Is there a way to get EEPROM layout using command line? Or only so: “from the 256-byte block at I2C bus 2, address 0x50”?
Hi @dgordenin, you can more easily read the chip ID with:
$ cat /sys/module/tegra_fuse/parameters/tegra_chip_id
You can also read the board type using jtop: https://github.com/rbonghi/jetson_stats
If you want the code used to parse this information, see here: https://github.com/rbonghi/jetson_stats/blob/master/jtop/jetson_variables#L70
Thank you @dusty_nv!
When you install jetson-stats there are available new ENV variables to use quickly to detect your board:
I suggest to use
calling from your command line or bash script using: