Jetson-Tx2 Jetpack 3.2 installation error

I was trying to flash the jetson TX2 using jetpack 3.2 DP version. As mentioned in the user guide i had followed all the steps mentioned and completed the flashing after flashing i had tried to connected through ssh and it was connected. But mouse and Keyboard was not mounted with this so i cant able to use mouse and keyboard. Also if i power off the jetson tx2 and powered again means i cant able to connect through ssh it shows “no route to host error”.

Also during installation i had logged an error shown below in the log file named filesystem_tx2.log.

Using rootfs directory of: /media/test/D2E8105CE8104161/test/64_TX2/Linux_for_Tegra/rootfs
||||||||||||||||||||||| ERROR |||||||||||||||||||||||

  1. The root filesystem, provided with this package,
    has to be extracted to this directory:

  1. The root filesystem, provided with this package,
    has to be extracted with ‘sudo’ to this directory:

Consult the Development Guide for instructions on
extracting and flashing your device.

What is your Host PC OS?
What will return:

uname -a

You may also try method;
What is your board? Is it the dev carrier board by nvidia or a third party carrier board?

I see “/media…”. This tends to be where removable media are mounted. Is this a USB drive, flash card, so on? If so, did you format it as ext4 first (most such cards arrive as VFAT which won’t work, but this is a separate question since it wouldn’t stop flash)?

As @Andrey1984 mentions, success may depend on the host being Ubuntu 16.04 or 14.04.

Also, JetPack3.2dp is a developer preview, not a production release. I’ve had issues with it at times and it may be that it doesn’t like to be run from that directory. Try mounting your media on your home directory, e.g.,

mkdir ~/jetson
sudo mount /dev/whichever/it/is /home/whoever/jetson
sudo chown whoever.whoever /home/whoever/jetson
# Verify it is ext4:
cd ~/jetson
df -H -T .
# Do the rest of the steps from here.

Linux test-HP-EliteDesk-800-G2-TWR 4.4.0-116-generic #140-Ubuntu SMP Mon Feb 12 21:23:04 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

SSh communication is not working… what ip address i need to set for host and target. in the host pc network connections it shows two connection for nvidia linux tegra in that what i have to select.

The router is what determines the address (the Jetson sends a DHCP request, the router assigns the address). Is your router a dedicated appliance, or have you chosen the Linux host as router? Either way you will essentially need to ask the router what address was assigned.