I had a TX1 that was preloaded with Ubuntu 14 that I had not time to use previously. It will boot and communicate with my host machine which is running Ubuntu 18.104.22.168. Since the host machine was not setup and I wanted to start with latest tools, I downloaded JetPack-L4T and followed the installation instructions. Everything worked fine until I reached step 12, the Network Selection Interface, which I selected the interface and hit next. I did not see the pop up terminal to put the Target into Forced USB recovery mode instead I saw the Post Installation Screen from Step 14.When I hit next, then I see the pop-up screen for the Forced USB Recovery mode.
I have tried having the target in Forced recovery mode before I hit return in step # 12 and also after the pop-window appears and the results are the same.
I can see the TX1 with the "lsusb’ command.
If I look at target-setup_progress_64_tx1.log, I see only one line:
“starting to flash 64_tx1”
I waited over an hour and nothing changes. I aborted the install and I can still reboot the TX1 into the Ubuntu 14.
BTW, I ran the script in ‘sudo’ and the host and target was both hardlined though a Nighthawk switch/router and the serial cable was connected.