although sdkmanager failed to install jetpack-4.3 on my custom TX2 board, I installed it by using
sudo ./flash.sh jetson-tx2 mmcblk0p1
after hand-editing rootfs/etc/shadow to be able to log in as root on the serial line.
I tried to use jetson-io, but discovered it is not installed, then I discovered the .deb packages
in /opt/nvidia/l4t-packages. It seems that I must install nvidia-l4t-ccp-t186ref_32.3.1-20191209230245_arm64.deb, but that fails with a error message that I don’t find how to solve :
root@linux:/opt/nvidia/l4t-packages/userspace# dpkg -i nvidia-l4t-ccp-t186ref_32.3.1-20191209230245_arm64.deb (Reading database ... 119033 files and directories currently installed.) Preparing to unpack nvidia-l4t-ccp-t186ref_32.3.1-20191209230245_arm64.deb ... L4T Debian install is not supported on your configuration You should install an L4T image from the latest releases - starting from r32.3+ to have Debian package support dpkg: error processing archive nvidia-l4t-ccp-t186ref_32.3.1-20191209230245_arm64.deb (--install): new nvidia-l4t-ccp-t186ref package pre-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 1 Errors were encountered while processing: nvidia-l4t-ccp-t186ref_32.3.1-20191209230245_arm64.deb root@linux:/opt/nvidia/l4t-packages/userspace#
How must I fix that ?