How to install nvidia SDK without sdk manager

We are working on freezing the current fs in our xaviers, is there a way to install sdk manager without having to download the files each time? We are currently using the nvidia sdk docker for installing: docker run -it --rm --privileged -v /dev/bus/usb:/dev/bus/usb/ --volume /tmp/:/home/nvidia/nvidia:rw --name JetPack_TX2_Devkit sdkmanager --cli install --logintype devzone --product Jetson --target P2888-0001 --targetos Linux --version 4.6.1 --deselect 'Jetson OS' --select 'Jetson SDK Components' --flash all --license accept --staylogin true --datacollection disable --exitonfinish.

We are looking to use something like the Linux_for_tegra provided to flash. How would we go about achieving that?

Personally I just wouldnt bother with sdk manager and use the directly downloadable L4T and rootfs.
Once you have your golden image you can back it up and flash it to other devices.

Do you have TensorRT that way?

Edit: It doesn’t look like it has even nvidia-docker.

Yeah its just a bare bones install of L4T without any of the jetpack components. Jetpack can be installed on the target with sudo apt install nvidia-jetpack and it will pull in all of the same stuff you’d get with SDK manager.

Nice, I can just download a fat deb for nvidia-jetpack then. Will test.

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