I purchased a Jetson Nano production board with 16Gb eMMC since it was the only B01 (or I think since it has 2 camera slots). I have tried to follow along with the course “Getting started with AI on Jetson Nano”, but it’s just been a 3 day struggle to get past the “Setting up the Jetson Nano”.
The instructions said that you can do this through windows. Well, not with the eMMC (which was basically the only B01 versions currently available only to see that the Nano is now basically obsolete after the Orin came out, but is unavailable for purchase currently).
The eMMC came flashed, but had issue for remote connection that I had to fix and took forever since I am new to Ubuntu. Oh, did I mention that seems to be a common problem, but is still shipped with Linux?
I have tried to pull the latest jetpack only to have space issues. My eMMC is 16Gb and it’s not enough for the basic tutorial.
I have tried to pull 6.1 only to have space issues.
This is after I have uninstalled LibreOffice and Thunderbolt to clear space.
So then I try to make it boot from microSD, but that seems impossible because there are no clear solutions (even the author of the references states that he is “sorry that there isn’t a clear solution”.
Would it be that hard to actually make some clear documentation for those with production bards so we are able to use a mircoSD for everything but the Linux boot?
NVidia should know that people would end up with production boards and not be able to even follow the basic tutorials. Why isn’t there any clear support?