At first, I connected orin directly to the monitor, configured the system, changed the repo to 35.1, and during the execution of sudo apt dist-upgrade (70% progress), a window popped up prompting me that the system would shut down automatically in 60 seconds, I clicked cancel and re-entered the password, but it still shut down automatically.
After this, after connecting orin to the monitor and turning on the system, the monitor did not respond at all, so I wanted to use sdk manager to flash, but the orin was always not recognized by the host, and the GUI of sdk manager always showed ‘No board connected’, so I don’t know what went wrong.
Yes , I do it use a host PC with Ubuntu20.04 installed the SDK manager 1.8.1, and connecting orin (that is power-on and has a monitor screen) and PC with the line (USB2.0 – Type-C), Plug one end of USB into the host PC and the others into orin, but the SDK manager on the host PC show the no board connected warning info.
Yes, i do use Ubuntu 20.04 VM on a Windows PC, but the orin can not be recognized by either the SDK manager or the host PC. In someone else’s post, i saw that the orin can be found in the device manager of the Windows PC after connecting.
but i still have a question which i previously mentioned. It happened when the monitor can still respond. When i use the orin, sometimes a window pops up to prompt me that the system will power off automatically in 60 seconds, and even if i clicked ‘cancel’ and re-entered the password, the system will still shut down immediately.
Sorry, now i can’t use the orin as a PC, so i can’t get any logs.
As kayccc said, i’d better to reflash it by SDK manager on a native Ubuntu 20.04 host PC and maybe then i can connect the orin to a monitor.
For flashing, I believe you need to use the other USB-C port, next to the 40-pin connector. On firmware 35.1, the 40-pin USB-C provides the flashing interface, the MicroUSB port (on the video port side) provides the serial console.