I have an issue when trying to turn on jetson Orin.
it just does not turn on after rebooting, it is known to have such an issue,
what can be done about this? Do I need to download anything to the UEFI bootloader?
How can I do that?
In any way, the device did not boot up after that it shown a lack of memory on ROM and started making issues with compilations
saying that there is no space in /tmp so I rebooted it and it did not turn on.
What can we do?
I have tried so far 2 different hosts.
I can try using virtual machines, I will try one more.
Do you recommend flashing firmware UEFI will solve it?
Also we have the same issue on nx215, How can we flash it?
It sounds like you are working with more than one model of Jetson, so I thought I’d add some general notes:
eMMC models do not boot from SD card. Attempting to boot this way (except in cases purposely modified) won’t usually work.
SD card models (some dev kits, but not the AGX) still need to be flashed because boot content is in QSPI memory on the module itself, while rootfs is on the SD card. SD card rootfs and eMMC tend to not be interchangeable.
The SD card model of Jetson module (the actual module, not the SD card) flash is only via JetPack/SDK Manager (there are command line options, e.g., flash.sh).
If the QSPI content of the SD card model is too far off in release version versus what is on the SD card for rootfs, then boot will probably fail. A range of SD card rootfs releases work with one release of QSPI content, but this sometimes changes; it is safer to just flash the Jetson with JetPack/SDKM the first time you create an SD card image if it fails.
The reason a VM is not supported for the host PC is that VMs do not normally handle USB correctly for devices which disconnect and reconnect in the middle of operation. A Jetson will disconnect and reconnect during flash, and if the VM loses the USB, then it fails. It is possible for a VM to work, but USB is something custom to the VM and not something the Jetson software can support (you’d have to learn to keep USB at all times on your VM, and each VM brand is different for this).