When JetPack 3.0 is finally installed, even though the extremely skimpy nvidia documentation said nothing about inserting an SD card, I did so prior to starting the install.
So, when the boot and etc. are created during the install, is it put on the onboard EMMC (NVRAM) or does it all go to the SD card for future booting and running?
Or do we simply use the SD card as a disk to be mounted and used just like an SATA data-only drive?
For the $600 !!! I expected and want a really thick book that tells me all about the the TX2, it’s layout, capabilities, software ins and outs, and so on — instead of having to ask other people and DRAGGING dribs and drabs of info out of this web site and that web site, with no coherency at all. NVidia, you really dropped the ball there. If this project weren’t so important to me, I’d have returned the TX2 already. And what came in the box was barely 2 napkin-sized pages and printed in black on dark brown! Whose work of art was THAT??
Ok /rant off/ Btw, I have 7 or 8 other types of embedded boards in my harem, have been using QNX/UNIX/Linux since 1980, and studied AI theory since the mid 80’s. Even took a couple of stabs at SNNS, if anyone remembers that great set of tools. Started programming professionally in 1977. Still lots to learn, ain’t it great!