I just opened the Drive PX2 hardware from the box and connected the power and HDMI cable. Turned the power on, I was expecting to see something to be displayed, but don’t see anything. What am I missing?
Could you please check the Auto chauffer quick start guide from https://developer.nvidia.com/drive/documentation
Hi, I have the same issue too and I couldn’t find the quick start guide for Auto Chauffer after searching their developer documentation. However, I found the developer guide here: https://docs.nvidia.com/drive/nvvib_docs/index.html#page/NVIDIA%20DRIVE%20Linux%20SDK%20Development%20Guide%2Fboard_power_on.html%23wwconnect_header
This implies that we need to flash the Aurix MCU and upgrade the firmware. Is that relevant and necessary? Or should I expect something to show up on the first boot by default?
If you update the latest SDK version(220.127.116.11bL), please update Aurix FW(4.02.02). Please refer to below link. Thanks.
I haven’t updated anything. I have just opened the Drive PX2 out of the box, connected HDMI display to it and powered it up. Should I expect to see the Linux boot up and see something on the display or should I need to install or flash some software?
Unfortunately, I don’t have the Quick Start Guide with me and unable to find good documentation which talks about booting for the first time. Any help is greatly appreciated.
I got hold of Quick Start Guide and followed the steps. Nothing different from what I had done before, but as QSG told, I connected the red power banana plugs which corresponds to turning the ignition switch on. However, that didn’t help at all and I am still not seeing anything boot up on both Tegra A and B.
Could you please update DPX2 SDK and Aurix FW with above guidance SivaRamaKrishna and I provided through your host PC?