I’m using SDK 22.214.171.124 and on our P3710 board. As described in Flashing Basics | NVIDIA Docs
You can use the nv_aurix_check_fw script to check the AURIX firmware version on boot
But the excution permission is missing:
-bash: /etc/systemd/scripts/nv_aurix_check_fw.sh: Permission denied
ls /etc/systemd/scripts/nv_aurix_check_fw.sh -al
-rw-r--r--. 1 root root 19701 Jan 29 08:42 /etc/systemd/scripts/nv_aurix_check_fw.sh
Now most of developers have to add the execution permission to
So can NV add it by default?
I got it. Let me check internally on this.
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This script is run by a system service by default. However, if you follow the instructions in the Developer Guide this runs with no issue.
To check the firmware version again from the SoC:
Run the command:
sudo /bin/bash /etc/systemd/scripts/nv_aurix_check_fw.sh
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