How many time you have installed your NVIDIA Jetson and for each time you have executed the same operation written in a paper?
I have the solution! :-)
In these days I’m writing an easy toolkit to install in one shot and it adds a command, a service to control the performance of the board and new environment variables.
When the jetson_easy is installed you have a new command in your shell when is show the type of the realease installed:
nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$ jetson_release NVIDIA Jetson TX1 Jetpack 3.1 [L4T 28.1] CUDA 8.0.84
You can control the performance of your NVIDIA Jetson with a service, you can start and stop with:
nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$ sudo service jetson_performance start nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$ sudo service jetson_performance stop
Finally you can load the information about the status in your script calling the environments variables in /usr/jetson_easy/jetson_variables :
The repository is: https://github.com/rbonghi/jetson_easy
To launch the installer, like a magic :-) you write this commands in your shell:
$ git clone https://github.com/rbonghi/jetson_easy $ cd jetson_easy $ ./biddibi_boddibi_boo.sh
When the script launch you can select which feature you want enable. The default configuration is:
I hope my work can be usefull for the community. In the next days I’ll updating the readme and the wiki: