System Configuration Wizard fail


I have a TX2 module and I am trying to flash the JetPack 4.2 from the SDK Manager
Using all default options in components etc.
After the download is complete and flash complete as well, the board boots up to System Configuration wizard.

Accepting the conditions and providing necessary details bring me to the configuration process.

At some point (as I believe, at logs stage) the wizard closes and I see only the background and status bar on top of the screen.

Nothing happens.

Switching to tty2 allows me to log in with the created user.

Rebooting brings me back to the configuration wizard again.

Any way to override this?

Hi yossiovcharik,

Could you try flash by manually?

cd /home/<yourname>/nvidia/nvidia_sdk/JetPack-4.2_Linux_P3310/Linux_for_Tegra
sudo ./flash jetson-tx2 mmcblk0p1

Assuming you mean:

sudo ./<b></b> jetson-tx2 mmcblk0p1

And to be precise, the folder actually created by the SDK is JetPack_4.2_Linux_P3310 with underscore instead of dash. Please tell me if this difference points to some issue.

Executing the command flashes the target successfully, I’ve uploaded the log in case you would like to examine it:

But after the booting it exhibits the same behavior - System Configuration wizard closes without a notice and once rebooted the wizards starts over again.

In case dmesg output can help you, I’ve attached it as well:

Hi yossiovcharik,

Sorry for typo on #2, underline is correct (JetPack_4.2_Linux_P3310).

At first boot up, are you complete the init setup process?
After setup completed, you can see the Ubuntu Desktop and uart need login with your setup username and password.

I am not sure what indication should I get once the init setup process is complete.

As I wrote before, the wizard closes without a notice.

I’ve recorded the screen, so you could see what happens:, or whatever you prefer.
Be sure that you select 1080p resolution.

Hi yossiovcharik,

Looks like rootfs missing some files.
Please try below two ways:

  1. Remove “JetPack_4.2_Linux_P3310” folder and using sdkmanager download again.
  2. Download driver package and rootfs package to flash by manually:

Solution #1 worked.

Thank you for your help.

Hello @carolyuu Will you be able to share the rootfs and driver package for Jetpack 4.4 R32.4.3 ?

I am also facing the similar issue.

Hi saikishor,

You can find the packages from Download Center.
R32.4.3 Driver Package:
R32.4.3 Root File System:

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@carolyuu Thanks a lot. That was helpful!

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