The files named in a URL can be directly pasted into a browser’s address. If the address is a downloadable file, then the browser should offer to download it. wget is just a browser which has only a command line to copy the file you point at to the local system…it is a highly cut down web browser. Regardless of which web browser you use (e.g., wget or firefox or chromium) a valid web URL naming a file should get the file. That list of URLs for files can be extracted from one of JetPack’s configuration files (there is some effort in sorting it out for the arm64/aarch64 version since JetPack also installs to a desktop host). For information on the file used to extract URLs see:
Then examine the repository.json file, e.g., “less repository.json” in Linux, or any text editor on other operating systems.
An example would be this excerpt from one repository.json:
"description": "CUDA Toolkit for L4T. The NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit provides a comprehensive development environment for C and C++ developers building
The entry with “arm64” refers to a file intended for a Jetson TX1 or TX2. The entry with “amd64” refers to a desktop PC. You can eliminate any entry not arm64.
Pasting this into a web browser should get the “.deb” file:
In Linux you could do this on the command line and get the file without using a full web browser: