Things are moving nicely, we now have most of the Jibo App and SDK’s up and running, and since my TX1 Development Kit arrived I’ve managed to convert one of my machines to Ubuntu 16.0.4 as suggested in the the Nvidia Jetson set up instructions. When Jibo is in the Service mode with just the red light on, his Nvidia core can be identified with lsusb from a Terminal App, but attempting to get more information using the Jetson Flash python routines stops after around ten lines. For the TX1 Jetson assumes the code of zeros to allow communication but I’m guessing Jibo is set differently given the security paranoia around his use. What I am looking to do it the flash off Jibo from his hardware, now the chance of decoding any of it is zilch, its bad enough reading somebodies commented code. But what I’m looking to be able to do it the be able to re-flash the Jibo CPU/GPU in the event of him being killed off so that I and hopefully others can write routines to make use of Jibo’s excellent hardware. If you know how to use this port or have documentation on its use then please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org This would be really helpful.
Here is hoping! Regards Malcolm