Has anyone tried to put Linux For Tegra (Ubuntu 14.04) on a Meerkat K1, the miniaturized Jetson K1 board from Avionic Design (http://www.avionic-design.de/en/products/Embedded-en/Tegra-K1.html)?
They ship a customized GNU/Linux distribution (http://buildroot.uclibc.org/) which is nice and small. However, we need to support ROS (http://www.ros.org/) on these modules, which is pretty tricky with non-Ubuntu distros (plus, honestly, Debian/Ubuntu stuff is just easy to use).
I’ve tried modifying the latest Linux For Tegra release with various configuration files I could find in Avionic’s package. Their stuff doesn’t follow the same structure, and I’m pretty sure I’m missing some important stuff. Pretty obvious too, since the re-flash failed. :-)
I’m considering going the other way: modifying Avionic’s stuff to use Ubuntu instead of Buildroot. I’m not exactly sure how, as they customize things pretty well, but that at least sounds easier than what I’ve already tried.
Any nudges in the right direction would be appreciated.