Where do I get these tarballs?

Hey guys,

I’m working on creating SDCards that contain various and sundry operating systems for my TX1. I’m following the instructions found here:http://demotomohiro.github.io/hardware/jetson_tk1/setup/sdcard.html.

So, that leads me to this question: "Where do I get UPDATED versions of the kernel/boot package? In the above link, he gets an older version from “http://developer.download.nvidia.com/embedded/L4T/r21_Release_v4.0/Tegra124_Linux_R21.4.0_armhf.tbz2”. I’d like the same kind of links for the newer packages, but have been unable to find them.


Hi chrisfurlough,

To access older versions of L4T, please visit the https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/linux-tegra-archive


Hi kayccc,

Thanks for the response, but I guess I’m just dense or something. I’m interested in R24.2.1 for the X1, so I click the link, and it takes me here: https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/linux-tegra-r2421

Where on this page can I find links to the files I mentioned above?


The SD card URL mentioned R21.4 URLs, so part of those files are for a TK1 and not a TX1 (anything “tegra124” is a TK1, anything “tegra210” is a TX1). Even so, much of that procedure will work with a TX1. I think the trick is that the “driver package” has some of the scripting you are interested in, and the “sample rootfs” has the file system. Unpack the driver package as a regular user, then in the rootfs subdirectory, unpack the sample rootfs as root (use sudo). Once that is in place you will probably have what you are looking for.