jetson_easy - 🔩 Automatically script to setup and configure your NVIDIA Jetson [Nano, Xavier, TX2i, TX2, TX1, TK1]

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The idea of this project is automatically update and setup your NVIDIA Jetson [Nano, Xavier, TX2i, TX2, TX1, TK1] embedded board without wait a lot of time. The Bibbibi Boddibi Boo script recognize if the script run on the NVIDIA Jetson or remotely and request the address and the password to connect on your board.

http://rnext.it/project/jetson-easy/
https://github.com/rbonghi/jetson_easy

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