Hello Jetson Nano

Sep 8, 2019 · 2 min read

I just got new toy! Let’s boot it up shall we?

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Follow this guide…

Or follow me if you choose to install via macOS console.

  1. Write Image to the microSD Card (>32GB) with Jetson Nano Developer Kit SD Card Image
  2. Run below commands step by step,
    📌 First command will tell you the disk number is (for me is “3”) which will need for next step (see the red mark in picture below)
    📌 “jetson-nano-sd-r32.2–2019–07–16.zip” will need to change to match what version you downloaded.
    📌 The last one took me~30 minutes!
diskutil list external | fgrep '/dev/disk'diskutil partitionDisk /dev/disk3 1 GPT "Free Space" "%noformat%" 100%/usr/bin/unzip -p ~/Downloads/jetson-nano-sd-r32.2-2019-07-16.zip | sudo /bin/dd of=/dev/rdisk3 bs=1m
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3. Insert microSD to Jetson Nano, Plug HDMI (to Jetson and monitor of course!) and microUSB …wait for booting…that’s it!

Everything seem to be working just fine! Let’s have fun with it!

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Be right back! Have fun!

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