I don’t know if this will help or not, but the following is probably of interest…
You were at a stage where flash had completed, and the Jetson would have rebooted. This is no longer in recovery mode.
This first boot requires adding an account name/password. If this is not complete, then it is not possible to continue with the step of adding optional packages. You would probably want a monitor/keyboard attached during the flash, or at least a serial console from which to complete the first boot setup.
Once this is done the SDKM can look for the Jetson at the specified IP address (in this case “
192.168.55.1”). If the Jetson is not fully booted, then this address will not be found. In this case the address is via a virtual wired ethernet over the USB-C cable. Sometimes the host PC will not just trust a USB virtual ethernet without the end user’s ok. If you monitor (from the host PC) “
dmesg --follow”, and then disconnect and reconnect the USB-C, you should see a MAC address for the virtual ethernet if the Jetson is running at this stage. “
ifconfig” should list an interface with that MAC. If not, then you can use something like “
sudo apt-get install network-manager-gnome") or the local GUI tool and enable the interface associated with that MAC address.
Once that network is reachable you should be able to use
ssh with that address (but if you have not created an account yet on the Jetson, then it won’t matter that