I have an Xavier AGX that I have been using for a while. Now that things are settled down and our software is relatively set for the moment, I would like to make a document that shows every step for installing our software so that what we have can be replicated in the future. I have personally done this in the past but am hitting a roadblock right at the beginning this time. Step 1 is to overwrite everything with the SDK manager so that I can start with a fresh system. When I hook up our Xavier AGX, the SDK manager pops up a window saying “SDK Manager detected device connected. Please select the target Hardware” It then gives me a choice between the NX and the NX dev kit version. I have tried manually selecting the AGX after canceling out of that screen but the install fails. I am installing jetpack 4.4 since that is what we used last time. The system that I am installing from is an Ubuntu 18.04 system. I have tried installing with one of the two NX modules selected but that failed. I have tried different USB ports on my laptop. I have tried different USB cables going to the Xavier module. Once, it seemed to have detected the system as an AGX and it went through the install fully and it said that it had finished successfully but after a reboot,I found that it still had everything that I previously had installed onto the system.
The Xavier module is connected to the dev kit carrier board, which has a camera carrier board attached to it. We have a SSD attached to it as well. Besides that, there is nothing else connected. What am I missing?