https://docs.nvidia.com/sdk-manager/offline-install/index.html mentions that it supports offline installation. After downloading the various components one time in SDK manager, you can reuse the components on multiple hosts with no need to re-download.
- flash command:
$ ./sdkmanager --offline --versionfile ~/.nvsdkm/dist/sdkml3_drive_linux_50103_pdk_sw.json
- If got flash failed, please try to remove below two file and folder, then relaunch SDK manager to install in offline mode:
$ rm -f ~/.nvsdkm/sdkm.db
$ rm -rf ~/nvidia/nvidia_sdk/
I have an issue with the installation of this initially. One benefit I am getting from this is can reuse the components on multiple hosts with no need to re-download. https://microsoftsupport.co/blog/windows-10-error-code-0xc00000f/ helped me to solve the issue and recommended me this.
My desktop operating system uses Ubuntu 18.10 already.
When I try to run SDK Manager to install JetPack to AGX Xavier, it can not continue, because it need Ubuntu 18.04.
Can I use a 32 GB SDCARD with Jetson Nano image and put it into AGX Xavier slot to boot it up and try to install JetPack 4.2 from inside?
Please help to overcome this problem. Thank you very much in advance.
DRIVE Software 10.0 already supports Ubuntu 18.04 host system. FYI.
Below post is about the offline installation command for DRIVE Software 10.0. FYI.