ROS on Raspberry PI 3B+ progress report.
Yes it is detecting sd card but asking to format
Not reading any data
There is a crack on surface of card, i guess rp3 gets heated up and may be consequences
Well, since it's asking for a format, the good news is that it may not be completely toasted
The bad news is a crack on an SD card. Physical damage is physical damage. You can't know how far the damage extends tho, it could be superficial, or it could be critical
One of my favorite tools used to be GetDataBack. I had it on a bootcd, and it worked like a champ on windows. The docs say it works on linux, but, I've never had to use it on linux.
I gave up on the sd card and went on...
4 hours of midnight oil burnt! Moved to jetson nano and built the packages again and its running!! Feeling nice now !
No recovery possible, just went on with a new SD card and wrote all packages once again...
No recovery possible
Right, cracked card, no data, I got that part
new SD card and wrote all packages
This is the part I'm asking about, the part where it worked
1. Jetson nano page go to the startup process
2. Download the image file for Windows/ linux
3. Download etcher
4 burn the new SD card on etcher
Next you download ROS MELODIC as it is ubuntu 18.04 in the jetson pack image from ROS.org
Then you build your packages as per your requirements
Ah. So what yer saying is "build from scatch" instead of trying to use their prebuilt images ?
I've been trying to avoid that due to ros consistently failing on the install
That looks like the image I labeled "jetson-original", but this one is 4 months newer, so I dl'd it, and it's exploding now. I'll just take that "jetson-original" disk and nuke & pave and then see how far I can get with the ROS before I reach a stopping point. But, since you were successful only yesterday, I'm hoping that things (repositories, which is where I usually run into problems) haven't changed since then
We shall see how this goes... I suppose
45 minutes to unpack VIA NAS, which I built on a Pi3 cuz I thought that was a good idea.
I should be glad it's not a 64G image
Ran into a stopping point while trying to format the dang sd card. Stoopid windoze didn't wanna recognize the disk
USB says : "I think something just got plugged in"
Windoze says : "I think it might be a storage device of some kind, but I'm not really sure, it could be an electric frog"
I says : "diskpart... clean"
Windoze says : "Oh, okay, it's a 64GB sd card, want me to format that for you ?"
I says : "Yes please, if you would be so kind"
Windoze says : "I'm sorry Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that"
I says : "SD Association SD Memory Card Formatter"
Windoze says : "Yes sir. Right away sir !"
I've always felt that beating your computer into submission was a good first step
Wonder where it'll stop next. I can tell right now that this is gonna be fun