I know that this is not a new topic at all but, since I’m running out of memory, I need to know how can I boot my Jetson from the SD Card. I followed a few steps that I saw in some posts. This is one of them:
- Manually copy AGX system to a SD card. (refered to https://www.jetsonhacks.com/2017/01/26/run-jetson-tx1-sd-card/ )
$ sudo cp -ax / ‘/media/ubuntu/SD Root’
- Set AGX to recovery mode.
- Run the flash script on host.
$ sudo ./flash.sh jetson-xavier mmcblk1p1
- reboot from the SD card.
But sudo ./flash.sh jetson-xavier mmcblk1p1 it just doesn’t work for me. I supposed this was because the topic where I took this steps is from the 2018 when SDK manager had not yet come out (correct me if I’m wrong).
So as far I know I have to format the Micro SD and copy the AGX system in the Micro SD but the next steps I’m not sure at all if are all correct or there are other ways that I can follow to reach my objective. Following the JetsonHacks video, when I reboot the AGX I just keep staying at the same point as I started, with just 300mb of free disk, when I have a 128GB Micro SD card ready to be fulled of material from my projects.
Please can anyone help me with this? I just need to know what I’m not seeing or what I’m skipping.