I use “sudo ./flash -r -k A_kernel jetson-agx-orin-devkit mmcblk0p1” to orin devkit, success for flash operation. but the kernel image(/boot/Image) is old after reboot.
please give me some advice. thanks!
Flash puts the kernel in a partition. However, if “
/boot/extlinux/extlinux.conf” names a kernel or device tree in “
/boot”, then it uses that instead of the partition. All you have to do is copy the kernel into “
/boot”, you don’t need to flash unless:
- You want to use the partition version, and don’t have
extlinux.confspecifying files, or
- The security fuses are burned, in which case signed partitions are the only allowed location for that content (
extlinux.confwould be ignored).
Beware that if you replace the
Image file, then it could become unbootable if it is incorrect. Also, if your
Image file sets a different
CONFIG_LOCALVERSION compared to what is installed, then you must also install all new modules.
thanks for you replay!
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