I have16 GB emmc Xavier NX production module with reComputer J202 Carrier Board and 250 GB SSD. I have flashed the jetpack 4.6.2 through SSD M2 key with the help of sdkmanager.
I want to protect my Xavier NX from tampering with software. I have read few posts but in those cases boot was done from emmc not SSD. Can someone please clear steps so that I do not damage my Xavier in the process. thanks.
Thanks for the reply. I am not at liberty to share the exact use case, but I can tell you that I need more space as much as possible to store the videos and images, etc for my end goal. I have read the jetsonhacks posts about boosting your production Xavier to ~10 times by transferring the rootfs to your ssd from emmc which I did earlier using their github repo..
But later I found out updated post of jetsonhacks that says, you can directly flash the jetpack on SSD (flash on NVME) from SDKmanager, so I did that.
Now coming to your question that if I am going to boot-from-SSD and secure boot also:
boot-from-ssd is already happening right ?
and second: I want to protect my production module from external tampering or reverse engineering, so I found out about secureboot through generating keys and burning fuses.
Now my question is: in all the post its mentioned that boot is happening from emmc. when I power up my Xavier module, boot will happen from SSD, so are all the steps given in this link applicable to my system ?
If not should I just flash the jetpack on my emmc instead of NVME (and then extend the storage of SSD) and follow the above steps ?
If I misunderstood something, please correct. Thank you.
Thanks for sharing the link of brainshark. I saw the tutorials for concepts.
but question remains unanswered: that whether booting from NVMe will follow the same secure boot process as given here ?