JetPack 4.5 SDK for Jetson XAVIER NX [developer kit verson]

Trying to install the Jetpack 4.5 on the Xavier NX Developer kit. using the link for command line under the For users from []

Command-Line Install :: NVIDIA SDK Manager Documentation

Not able successfully install the Jetpack 4.5 image on the Xavier NX developer kit. View attached screen captures. What could be the likely cause that the image fails to install. I used the following command $ sudo apt install ./sdkmanager_1.4.0-7363_amd64.deb to install sdkmanager_1.4.0-7363_amd64.deb.
Does the Xavier have to be configured for the force recovery mode (RCM)configuration to complete the os image flash etc? This screen capture what is installed on XAVIER NX with the microSD card. Xavier NX - P/N 945-83518-0000-00, model - P3518

Moving to Jetson Xavier NX forum for resolution.

hello berry3b1g,

could you please confirm you’re download the v1.4 release from NVIDIA SDK Manager.
please also check SDK Manager User Guide, are you able to execute --offline options to install JetPack release image to your local host machine?

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Please refer to screen capture for the downloaded SDK SDK DL 2021-02-18

Thanks I did use the following link documentation you provided, but apparently do not complete at least fro me. I also pasted the link in the initial posting as well.

hello berry3b1g,

dose --offline options to install JetPack release image to your local host machine works?

Hi Jerry
I assume you mean the Xavier is not connected to internet as being offline. If I understand you, the set up I have been using is the Xavier is not connected to the internet every time I have tired to flash it. I am using ssh to conducted the flash installation w/o success and using the nvidia instruction in link. I have read that the if the mircoSD is installed then would not require to flash the method provided in the instructions as shown in the screen captures. Is this a fair statement. So I wonder why the instructions are not simplified. Look forward to hearing back from you and thanks for the assistance.

hello berry3b1g,

I meant installs the SDK from a pre-downloaded location. for example, --offline --host --target P3448

we had also success to install JetPack-4.5 with the command line.
here’re commands we’re used for your reference,

$ sdkmanager --query interactive --logintype devzone
$ sdkmanager --cli install  --logintype devzone --product Jetson --host --targetos Linux --version 4.5 --target JETSON_XAVIER_NX --select 'Jetson OS' --select 'Jetson SDK Components' --flash all

Hi Jerry
I am going try the approach. Thank you