I am very new to Jetson Nano. My first boot was just last week.
I had started of my journey with the image “jetson-nano-jp451-sd-card-image”. I soon found out that the image contains many pre-installed packages which is too much from my liking (I might be the control freak, but I would like to know what I had in my system).
My questions are
Q1. Does the "“jetson-nano-jp451-sd-card-image” (Jetpack Image) would be equivalent to Vanilla Ubuntu (e.g. ubuntu-server, headless ubuntu) + Jetpack Installation (i.e. apt install nvidia-jetpack).
Q3. If the answer to Q1 is yes, will it be possible for me to only install only Vanilla Ubuntu OR l4t on the nano (docker host) and perform my development inside nvcr.io/nvidia/l4t-base container? In other words, what is the minimal installation (e.g. vanilla ubuntu, l4t etc.) I need to install on the docker host, in order to access various devices in the container?
P.S. Additional question not related to the thread. Where can I find the Dockerfile for docker images nvcr.io/nvidia/l4t-base? I would like to know how the l4t-base is build from the ubuntu, e.g. does it include Jetpack inside etc.