JetPack 4.6.3 with L4T 32.7.3 is released. JetPack 4.6.3 is the same as JetPack 4.6.2 but includes Jetson Linux 32.7.3 which brings in security fixes. It also adds support for Jetson TX2 modules with new Hynix memory.
This release supports Jetson AGX Xavier series, Jetson Xavier NX series, Jetson TX2 series, Jetson TX1, and Jetson Nano.
I Can confirm the problem for nvidia-l4t-bootloader still script subprocess returned error in A02 4GB board.
The problem is returned IndexError String index out of range.
It’s solved it with the link I put or by creating a new image with everything updated.
I think it’s related with the _check_ver in int(ver_list in line 977 l4_payload_updater cause some conflict
Other issue Detected the latest image is based older kernel 4.9.253 instead 4.9.299 so will cause conflicts depmod ERROR could not open directory /lib/modules/4.9.253-tegra when first update OTA update-initramfs generatin exists boot is 4.9.253
I have used the latest image and I am getiing i2c read probe error. Also, the startup is very slow and it gets hanged everytime. I need to restart the jetson nano to proceed still it is very slow.
Can anyone please help me in resolving these issues?
i am continously getting this error message while booting up. I have Jetson nano module with 16gb emmc inbuilt. I am stuck with this stuff. Looking forward for your help soon. Thanks in advance.
Is there any way to use the Jetson Nano with modern Ubuntu (like 22.04)? 18.04 is antiquated, and I can’t build the Swift compiler with the available tools, forcing me to do a ton of infrastructure work just to get started.
It seems negligent to give Jetson Nano an EoL in 2027 but keep it stuck on JetPack 4/Ubuntu 18.
Nano reached “new feature” end of life quite some time back (Nano is just a different form factor of a TX1), and is officially supported only up to Ubuntu 18.04. The newer platforms, Xavier and Orin, support up to Ubuntu 20.04 (that’s with JetPack 5.x; it is unlikely Xavier will support a future JetPack 6.x, but Orin will, and this would be when Ubunt 22.04 is introduced). The EOL of 2027 would simply be for Nano module availability and not for new features.
That seems like a cop-out. These devices represent a significant investment (we have several), and they’re becoming obsolete because of their lack of support for current Ubuntu. I don’t think it’s unreasonable to ask for that support to carry forward.
It might be acceptable if one could even purchase an Orin Nano, but where to get one? I certainly can’t find any.
I don’t even see where to get JetPack 4.6.3. This page has a link to https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/l4t/r32_release_v7.1/jp_4.6.1_b110_sd_card/jeston_nano/jetson-nano-jp461-sd-card-image.zip, which doesn’t look like 4.6.3 (looks like 4.6.1). Is that the right link? Also, the modification date on the unzipped file is 2022-Feb-02, but the date of the 4.6.3 announcement is Dec 2022.
You really should start a new thread on this, but here is some starting information…
I know nothing about that controller. In many cases it is just a case of adding a driver. When you start your new thread, add the output from the following:
head -n 1 /etc/nv_tegra_release
Copy “/proc/config.gz” somewhere, and then attach it to the forum (this isn’t a real file, it is the kernel naming its features in RAM and pretending to be a file, so I suggest copy somewhere else before trying to attach it to the forum).
Note that all operating systems need drivers for whatever hardware is attached; it is a case of the Linux kernel supporting this, and the Nano itself is somewhat irrelevant to that talk. However, adding drivers is different on a Nano.