Nvidia jetson Nano

Ian&Steve C.
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based on the specs he listed

based on the specs he listed (X1+ and 2GB memory) sounds like he has the 2019 Nvidia Shield TV (tube)

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Keith Myers
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Not what he posted in his

Not what he posted in his OP. 

"Did anybody have any success on Nvidia Shield tablet/Nvidia Shield TV? It has Tegra K1 GPU"

 

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And then he followed up that

And then he followed up that he was mistaken just as I though he was. Making his original post irrelevant. He said the tablet as an example of devices that have this kind of device. He said the Nvidia shield TV also, but that never came with the K1. 
 

A K1 exists, and specs are easy to find with a Google search. But it doesn’t matter because that’s not the device he has. He’s confirmed the X1+ with 2GB of memory, and as far as I can tell, that one matches a single device, Nvidia Shield TV (2019), the smaller tube shape one. The Pro version has 3GB memory, and older versions have the X1 and not X1+

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[AF>EDLS]zOU
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Updated Jetson Nano Jetpack

Updated Jetson Nano Jetpack from 4.4.1 to 5.0.2

 

  • first edit etc/apt/sources.list.d/nvidia-l4t-apt-source.list to point to the 35.1 repo (just change the version to r35.1 in both lines)
  • sudo apt update
  • sudo apt dist-upgrade
  • reboot

We'll see how it goes

[AF>EDLS]zOU
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still around

still around 11mn40sec 

Einstein@Home    9.99 einsteinbinary_BRP4    p2030.20200516.G49.66-04.04.S.b2s0g0.00000_1252_0    00:11:40 (00:01:36)    11/14/2022 12:21:03 PM        1C + 1NV    13,71    Ready to report     
 

Dirk Broer
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nVidia "JetPack 4.6 will

nVidia

"JetPack 4.6 will be the last major release for Jetson Nano, Jetson Nano 2GB, Jetson TX1, and Jetson TX2 series (Jetson TX2 NX, Jetson TX2, Jetson TX2 4GB and Jetson TX2i) and will also support Jetson Xavier NX and Jetson AGX Xavier series. After JetPack 4.6, the JetPack 4 codeline will transition into a sustaining mode with continued software support via JetPack 4.x releases for security updates and critical bug fixes for all the supported modules mentioned above."

"JetPack 5 will be our new feature codeline supporting Jetson Xavier NX and Jetson AGX Xavier series, as well as future Jetson products including Jetson Orin in 2022 and Jetson Nano Next in 2023."

Keith Myers
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[AF>EDLS wrote:zOU] Updated

[AF>EDLS wrote:

zOU]

Updated Jetson Nano Jetpack from 4.4.1 to 5.0.2

 

  • first edit etc/apt/sources.list.d/nvidia-l4t-apt-source.list to point to the 35.1 repo (just change the version to r35.1 in both lines)
  • sudo apt update
  • sudo apt dist-upgrade
  • reboot

We'll see how it goes

I assume it did not go well since I see no host with any sign of Jetpack 5.0 on them.  Your Nano is still running Jetpack 4.6 with Ubuntu 18.04.06 with kernel 4.9.140 on it.

Host 12939807

Jetpack 5 installs Ubuntu 20 AFAIK

 

[AF>EDLS]zOU
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Well it did go through. (Even

Well it did go through. (Even though it may not have updated everything but that system is so confusing with the package naming and such, that I have no clue whatsoever)

 

And it's running, so I'm not complaining

 

See my post there:

https://forums.developer.nvidia.com/t/how-to-jetson-nano-updating-jetpack-from-4-4-1-to-5-0-2/233738

 

 

Keith Myers
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Yes that conversation

Yes that conversation explains what you did.  You did not update the important bits of the installation.

The main reason for wanting a newer installation is to get a newer kernel and a newer glibc which a complete Ubuntu 20.04 release would get you.

The only way to do that is drop the L4T distros and install the standard Ubuntu distros.

I've read somewhere the process that preserves all the Nvidia development resources with a Ubuntu 20.04 LTS installation.  I'll have to find that post again.

 

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Nvidia Shield Tablet  is up

Nvidia Shield Tablet  is up and crunching BRP4 tasks on an internal GPU taking about 50 minutes for two tasks in parallel.

Some of them are already validated. 

Probably it might be useful for someone so I just:

1. Followed this link and installed Ubuntu 14.04 on Shield Tablet.

2. Didn't try to upgrade Ubuntu as link suggested.

3. Installed boinc.

4. Installed cuda 6.0.5

5. Provided app_info.xml and an application that is successfully working on my Nvidia Tegra TK1s.

I'm going to switch to BRP4G  task to see how long it might take.

 

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