Using Drive AGX XAVIER OS 10.0: issues on sudo apt-get install and etc

I am facing some of the issues here that needs help. It can be a single problem that is related to all but here are the lists. Obviously, I do get the pings from the ethernet, so It doesn’t seem to an internet problem but the network setup and others etc.

  1. installation of internet browser
    some how ‘sudo apt-get install’ doesn’t work, so sudo apt-get install firefox doesn’t work. ‘Package ‘firefox’ has no installation candidate’ is the log i see.

  2. sudo apt-get update is not fully functioning.
    sudo apt-get update should have many more lines of logs but what you can see on the picture is all I get.

  3. all the other ‘sudo apt-get install’ command doesn’t work.

  4. This is what I have on the Wireless and Network setup interface

We also found this problem after updating to OS10.

Apparently in OS10 the network settings are in


, in there you can see a file for each interface in there you put your desired ip address.

then restart the service with

sudo systemctl restart systemd-networkd.service

after that we are having ethernet port B connects to our Tegra A and port A connects to Tegra B, not sure why that is but it works for us.

Hi hwlim3unws, I had a similar issue on my Drive AGX Xavier.

If you can ping out to the internet then I think this is just an apt issue. My Settings GUI looked the same as yours, but I could still connect to the internet.

Could you post the output of this command, run on Xavier A?

$ cat /etc/apt/sources.list

There may be no output – in my case that file was empty. Below are the intended contents of that file:

# Copyright (c) 2018, NVIDIA CORPORATION.  All rights reserved.
# NVIDIA CORPORATION and its licensors retain all intellectual property
# and proprietary rights in and to this software, related documentation
# and any modifications thereto.  Any use, reproduction, disclosure or
# distribution of this software and related documentation without an express
# license agreement from NVIDIA CORPORATION is strictly prohibited.

# Recommended mirrors default, -updates, -security, Components main restricted & universe enabled
deb bionic main universe restricted
deb bionic-updates main universe restricted
deb bionic-security main universe restricted

# Backports not recommended
# deb bionic-backports main universe restricted

# Proposed not recommended
# deb bionic-proposed main universe restricted

# Multiverse components have copyright or legal issues use with (legal) care
# deb bionic multiverse
# deb bionic-updates multiverse
# deb bionic-security multiverse

If you update /etc/apt/sources.list so it contains the text above, “sudo apt update” should work (as long as you have an internet connection). And you won’t need to run apt-add-repository, since the sources.list already contains the repositories you were trying to add.

I posted about my issue with /etc/apt/sources.list here:

Note, if you want to use “apt-add-repository” anyway, you’ll need to install it:

$ sudo apt-get install software-properties-common

Hope that helps!