1. Is there any difference in capacity between ACLinux and ubuntu image? 2. the remaining capacity of eMMC when BOXER-8221AI-B1-1111 was shipped 3. the remaining capacity of eMMC when BOXER-8221AI-B3-1111 was shipped 4. Is there any difference between the capacity of the OS at the time of shipment and the capacity of the FLASH OS on the official website?
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this is actually a big problem. I can't even install ros with default jetpack+ubuntu18.04. The emmc option definitely shouldn't be 16Gb. Also, the eshop must provide adequate options to support this matter.
ACLinux (Jetpack 4.4) Jetpack 4.4 uses ACLinux as the OS Image prefix, without Ubuntu as the prefix OS Image redundancy space on different platforms, 1. Nano > ACLinux: 1.39G (Official AAEON released OS Image) > Official Nvidia Jetpack 4.4: 629M (space left after full installation of Nvidia's OS Image+SDK) 2. NX > ACLinux: 700M (Official OS Image released by AAEON) > Official Nvidia Jetapck 4.4: 537M (Space remaining after full installation of Nvidia's OS Image+SDK) ACLinux (Jetpack 4.5) Due to AAEON's policy Jetpack 4.5 images have to use Ubuntu as the OS Image prefix. So Jetpack 4.5, OS Image prefix for ACLinux or Ubuntu is the same thing, with about 1.3G of space left after installation. Because ACLinux only has Deepstream installed on AGX, that's why there is about 1.4G, if Deepstream is also installed, there is about 400M left. If the customer uses Nvidia's official OS Image + SDK, they will have 400M left, which is definitely not enough. If they can remove Deepstream, they will have 1.3G left, just like our ACLinux/Ubuntu OS Image. There are several ways to solve the problem of insufficient eMMC space,
1. Ask the customer to purchase a model with an SDcard on the SoM
2. Ask the customer to remove the unneeded Nvidia SDK or Package