So right off the bat I knew that I couldn’t fit everything I wanted to do in internal memory on the TX1 so I looked into how to install onto an SD card. I followed instructions here: http://www.jetsonhacks.com/2017/01/26/run-jetson-tx1-sd-card/ and am able to boot just fine. I now have my host machine (Ubuntu 14.04) and am trying to run the JetPack installer with these instructions: http://docs.nvidia.com/jetpack-l4t/2_1/content/developertools/mobile/jetpack/jetpack_l4t/2.0/jetpack_l4t_install.htm.
When I run it I would expect to see “Jetson TX1 Development Kit and Ubuntu Host” under Select Development Environment. Instead I just see “Jetson TX1” which makes me think it’s only installing on the host machine.
What I am afraid of is that by copying the eMMC to my SD card I messed something up.
So I have a few questions…
- Is it normal to only see “Jetson TX1” instead of “Jetson TX1 Development Kit and Ubuntu Host”?
- Did copying the eMMC to the SD card mess something up so that JetPack cannot install onto the Jetson?
- If #2 is true, can I just install JetPack to the eMMC and the copy all of that over to my SD card afterwards?