Doc / Cases / Nvidia Jetson
OmniEdge with Nvidia JETSON Project
Tools we need:
- Nvidia JETSON NAND Board
- MicroSD Card 32GB
- MicroSD Card Reader
- Micro-USB Power Supply 5V-2A
- OmniEdge for Linux
Download the Jetson Nano Developer Kit SD Card Image, and note where it was saved on the computer, unzip it when download is finished:
unzip -p ~/Downloads/jetson_nano_devkit_sd_card.zip
Write the image to your microSD card on macOS. Herewith the command, you have to use:
diskutil list external | fgrep '/dev/disk' diskutil unmountDisk /dev/disk2 sudo dd if=~/Download/jetson.img of=/dev/rdisk4 bs=1m 13071+0 records in 13071+0 records out 13705936896 bytes transferred in 691.454329 secs (19821898 bytes/sec)
Eject on the
popup window when finished
Please notice the numder 4 in
Insert your Micro-SD card into your Jetson Board, plug the power supply, HDMI to a Monitor, and a USB-Keyboard, power on the board. Finish the system setting, and enter into the ubuntu-desktop.
Download and install omnidge cli by running the following command:
curl https://omniedge.io/install/omniedge-install.sh | bash
Login OmniEdge and Join Virtual Network
- Login By Password:
omniedge login -u email@example.com -f your_auth_file_path
- Login By Secret-Key, You can generate secret-key on omniedge web
omniedge login -s yoursecuritykey -f your_auth_file_path
- Join Your Network,you can just call omniedge join, it will automatically prompt the available network for you to choose. And you can also add one parameter -n to specify the network id manually. And then, enjoy the omniedge network.
sudo omniedge join -f your_auth_file_path
and select your virtual network or
sudo omniedge join -n 'virtual-network-id'
with a speicified virtual network.
- Wait a second and a secure VPN will be established
Now your laptop and your Jetson have joined in the same virtual network, you can use
ssh to connect.
If you have more questions, feel free to contact us.
On This Page