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Installing JetPack 4.2 - NVIDIA SDK Manager


JetPack 4.2 should be installed using The NVIDIA Software Development Kit (SDK) Manager which is a tool that bundles developer software and provides an end-to-end development environment setup solution for NVIDIA SDKs.

This wiki page is a summary on how to install JetPack via the NVIDIA SDK Manager. If you have require additional details feel free to review the following resources:

Requirements for Jetson

  • Ubuntu Linux 16.04 or 18.04 x64 host-machine with working Internet connection.
  • Memory: 8GB
  • A minimum of 25GB free disk space on the system volume is needed for each full (host and target) deployed SDK version.
  • X11 must be enabled on the host.

Install NVIDIA SDK Manager

1. Download NVIDIA SDK Manager.
2. Install debian package

sudo apt install ./sdkmanager-[version].[build#].deb

Install JetPack 4.2

Launch SDK Manager and enter the credentials for your account type, and click Login.


Step 1: Setup the Development Environment

Select product category, hardware configuration and target operating system, then press continue.

For example to build JetPack for Jetson AGX Xaver:

  • Jetson product.
  • Host Machine and Target Hardware: Jetson AGX Xavier
  • Linux Jetpack 4.2
Development Environment

Figure 1. Development Environment

Step 2: Review Components and Accept Licenses

  • Review host and target components that will be installed and accept the terms and conditions of the license agreements.
  • You can also select your desired download and target HW image folders by clicking "Download & Install Options".
  • Press continue
Review Components

Figure 2. Review Components

Step 3: Installation

A security window will appear, so enter your password to proceed. Then you the download and installing process will begin.


Figure 3. Installation

A window will appear when the image is ready to be flashed into target board:

  • Select manual setup and put the board into recovery mode.
  • When the flash finished, connect keyboard, mouse and monitor to the target board in order to set initial configuration (language, country, username and password) for the Jetson system.

Figure 4. Flash

A new window will appear asking for the Jetson's username/password in order to install components. You can skip this if you just need a basic setup.

Components Installation

Figure 5. Components Installation

Step 4: Finalize Setup

At the end you will see a summary of the components installed, just press "Finish and Exit"

Finalize Setup

Figure 6. Finalize Setup



Everything You Need to Set Up Your Development Environment

NVIDIA SDK Manager provides an end-to-end development environment setup solution for NVIDIA’s DRIVE, Jetson, Clara AGX, Rivermax, DOCA and Ethernet Switch SDKs for both host and target devices.

What’s New in SDK Manager v1.6.1:

  • Added support for NVIDIA Rivermax. First release will support Rivermax 1.8.
  • Added support for CentOS 7.6 Operating System (currently available only for DOCA SDK).
  • Added support to verify target system readiness when installing SDKs on the target device.
  • Bug fixes and stability improvements

System Requirements

Host OSUbuntu 16.04, 18.04 and 20.04 on x86_64 system
CentOS 7.6, 8.0 and 8.2 on x86_64 system
DependenciesRequirements vary depending on the deployed SDK.
HardwareRAM 8GB
Internet Connection
For specific DRIVE, JetPack, Clara AGX, Rivermax, DOCA and Ethernet Switch deployed SDKs, see product release notes.


✔ Faster than ever
Fast download and streamlined development environment setup.

✔ Packages and dependencies manager
Orchestrates SDKs, tools and driver combinations, secures incompatibilities of software versions.

✔ Supports both host machine and target devices
Installs SDKs on host machine, flashes NVIDIA HW development platforms, supports different OSes.

✔ Designed for developers
GUI and command line applications.

✔ Easy to get
A single location for multiple software development SDKs and tools.

✔ Know when there is an update
Update notifications to get the latest and greatest from NVIDIA.

SDK Manager deploys NVIDIA DRIVE, Jetson, Clara AGX, Rivermax, DOCA and Ethernet Switch SDKs.

Learn more about NVIDIA DRIVE
Learn more about NVIDIA Jetson
Learn more about NVIDIA Clara AGX
Learn more about Nvidia Rivermax SDK
Learn more about NVIDIA DOCA SDK
Learn more about NVIDIA Ethernet Switch SDK

Get Started:


       .debUbuntu         .rpmCentOS


  • Ubuntu: from a terminal window, install the Debian package with the command:
  • CentOS: from a terminal window, install the rpm package with the command:
  • SDK Manager also supports command line interface. Run to see the options


  • From a terminal window, launch SDK Manager with the command:


  • From the SDK Manager launch screen, select the appropriate login tab for your account type, NVIDIA Developer ( OR NVONLINE ( and complete the login process.
  • Select the Product Category you would like to install and follow the steps to complete the installation.


Docker Support:


       Docker Image


  • From a terminal, load the Docker image:
  • It is recommended that you tag the version as "latest," for ease of use:


  • The Docker image is designed to be executed directly from the host, without the need to open the terminal inside the docker itself. The executable is the entrypoint. SDK Manager CLI arguments should be used directly when running a new container:
  • Example command: SDK Manager CLI with Docker:
  • For more information, see SDK Manager user guide.

Visit SDK Manager Downloads Archive for older versions.

*SDK Manager is using open source software available for download here.
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The NVIDIA SDK Manager installs the operating system, libraries and SDKs on the Jetson Developer Kits. Looky here:


When NVIDIA introduces a new Jetson model, they usually come out with a new revision of JetPack to support it. In this case it is the Jetson Nano Developer Kit. However with the new JetPack 4.2, NVIDIA is also introducing the SDK Manager.

The SDK Manager is a completely new, much improved installer which runs under Ubuntu 16.04 or 18.04 on a PC. JetPack now refers to the collection of OS, libraries and tools which run on the Jetson platform.

Note: If you have a Jetson Nano and simply are trying to create a SD card, follow the procedure to download a disk image and flash the SD card directly.

JetPack Information

The SDK Manager may be used to install the development tools on a Jetson Development Kit, either a Jetson AGX Xavier, TX2, TX2i, or Nano. You can read more information on the JetPack web page. There’s a list of all of the System Requirements, as well as the different tools that can be installed.


In addition to a Jetson, you will need another desktop or laptop computer with an Intel or AMD x86 processor. These types of machines are commonly called a PC for Personal Computer. This computer is referred to as the host for the flashing process. JetPack is an x86 binary and will not run on an ARM based machine like the Jetson. In the video, a Dell laptop is being used as the host.


For the most part, installation pretty easy. From an Ubuntu 16.04 PC or 18.04 64 bit host computer, you simply download the JetPack software from the NVIDIA web link above (you’ll have to sign in with your developer account to download JetPack) and follow the instructions in the setup guide.

The NVIDIA instructions are quite wonderful now. You should not have any issues following them.

The set of tools that you can install is flexible. You have the option to install a cross compiler on the host for building your Jetson programs on your PC.

Installation from the demo host computer to the Jetson took about an hour fifteen all together, including all the downloads on a 30 MBs Internet link, flashing the Jetson.

One thing I did notice in the setup, if ‘Automatic’ is chosen to set the Jetson into recovery mode and the Jetson has a version 3.X version running, then there may be issues like the Jetson doesn’t go into force recovery mode.

In the video, we set the Jetson TX2 into force recovery mode manually. Note: You do not need to have the Jetson connected to a network for the install, only the USB connection to the host computer using the micro USB connector. This is different from previous versions of the JetPack installer.

A nice new addition is the ability to download all of the images and supporting libraries, and then flash the Jetson offline.

Note: Some of the virtual machines just won’t work with JetPack.

Note: On the Jetson Nano, the procedure to enter recovery mode is different. Refer to the installation manual for details.

Tools Available

Here are some of the JetPack release highlights for the version 4.2:

  • Linux for Tegra (L4T) 32.1.0
  • LTS Kernel 4.9
  • TensorRT
  • cuDNN
  • VisionWorks
  • CUDA 10.0
  • Multimedia API
  • OpenCV

Developer Tools

  • Tegra Graphics Debugger
  • Tegra System Profiler 
  • PerfKit 


Here’s how to install some of the JetPack 4.2 samples. Looky here:

Do I have to have an Ubuntu PC?

The short answer is yes. You may be able to use a VM, but it is not officially supported. Here’s what NVIDIA wrote in the Jetson Forum:

The flashing must be performed from within 64-bit Linux on an x86-based machine. Running an Ubuntu x86_64 image is highly-recommended for the flashing procedure. If you don’t already have a Linux desktop, and are trying to avoid setting up dual-boot, you can first try running Ubuntu from within a virtual machine. Although convenient, flashing from VM is technically unsupported — warning in advance that while flashing from within VM, you may encounter issues such as the flashing not completing or freezing during transfer. Chances will be improved if you remove any USB hubs or long cables in between your Jetson and the host machine.

The next logical step would be to boot your desktop/laptop machine off Ubuntu LiveCD or USB stick (using unetbootin tool or similar). 

Finally, if you have an extra HDD partition, you can install Ubuntu as dual-boot alongside Windows. Flashing natively from within Ubuntu is the supported and recommended method for flashing successfully. It may be wise to just start in on dual-boot from the get-go, otherwise you may end up wasting more time trying to get the other (potentially more convenient, but unsupported) methods to work.

If you encounter issues, please ask questions on the Jetson & Embedded Systems development forums.


The first time through, setting up the system and flashing the Jetson can take around a little more than an hour or so depending on your download speeds and the speed of your PC. In the video, a simple cable modem 30MBs was used for downloading. Downloading all of the components only happens the first time you do an installation, subsequent installations check for updates and if none are available then simply flash the Jetson, saving a lot of time.

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How to Install ZED SDK on Nvidia Jetson

To use Stereolabs cameras on NVIDIA Jetson platforms, you need to:

Download and Install JetPack

NVIDIA Jetson boards need to be flashed first with JetPack (their operating system). We recommend using the NVIDIA SDK Manager to flash your Jetson with the latest OS image and developer tools.

Download and Install the ZED SDK

  • Download the ZED SDK for Jetson. Multiple versions of JetPack are supported, make sure to select the one that matches your system.

  • Go to the folder where the installer has been downloaded.

  • Add execution permission to the installer using the command. Make sure to replace the installer name with the version you downloaded.
  • Run the ZED SDK installer.
  • At the beginning of the installation, the Software License will be displayed, hit after reading it.

  • During the installation, you might have to answer some questions on dependencies, tools and samples installation. Type for yes and for no and hit . Hit to pick the default option.

On Jetson boards, CUDA is automatically installed with the JetPack so you’re now ready to use the ZED SDK.

Installing in silent mode

Silent-mode installation allows you to install specific configurations of the ZED SDK. It removes any display or manual configuration options during the installation process.

The installer can be launched in silent mode with the option (with a space between an ).

Installing SDK without Tools

To install the ZED SDK without any tools or samples, add the option.

Installing Runtime version only

To install the ZED SDK without any static library, headers, tools or samples, add the option.

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