Execute ipp_raw demo error

I am a novice .
Is it missing something?

nvidia@nvidia:~/drive-t186ref-linux/samples/nvmedia/ipp_raw$ ./x11/nvmipp_raw -cf drive-px2-a.conf -c dvp-svc210-raw12-1280x1080-ab -d 0 --aggregate 4 --nvplugin
***** aurix state *****
 CAM_PWR_ON: 0x0
 TEGRA_GMSL: TEGRA B
 TEGRA_FPDL: TEGRA B
 TEGRA_A_HDMI: MXM
 TEGRA_B_HDMI: MXM
 TEGRA_PCI: TEGRA B
 FAN_STATE: UNKNOWN
***********************
***** aurix state *****
 CAM_PWR_ON: 0x1
 TEGRA_GMSL: UNKNOWN
 TEGRA_FPDL: UNKNOWN
 TEGRA_A_HDMI: UNKNOWN
 TEGRA_B_HDMI: UNKNOWN
 TEGRA_PCI: UNKNOWN
 FAN_STATE: UNKNOWN
***********************
nvmedia: ERROR: SetupVideoLink: Image sensor(0) device is not present
nvmedia: ERROR: Init: Failed to setup video link
***** aurix state *****
 CAM_PWR_ON: 0x0
 TEGRA_GMSL: UNKNOWN
 TEGRA_FPDL: UNKNOWN
 TEGRA_A_HDMI: UNKNOWN
 TEGRA_B_HDMI: UNKNOWN
 TEGRA_PCI: UNKNOWN
 FAN_STATE: UNKNOWN
***********************
nvmedia: ERROR: IPPInit: Failed to initialize ISC devices
nvmedia: ERROR: main: Error in IPPInit
[NvMediaIPPManagerDestroy:181] Bad parameter

Dear Calmcar-Bao,

Did you connect 4ea svc210 camera into the DPX2 camera group A?

If connect 1ea svc210 camera, please use ./x11/nvmipp_raw -cf drive-px2-a.conf -c dvp-svc210-raw12-1280x1080-ab -d 0 --aggregate 1 --nvplugin

Dear Calmcar-Bao,
Could you please share number of cameras and camera details?

Four 10640 cameras connected in group A
Executing the demo to show these, what am I missing?

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P80426-165908.jpg

Dear Calmcar-Bao,

Can I know the DPX2 your using PDK and Aurix FW version?

@SteveNV
Sorry, so late reply

starting Aurix FW checking...
Checking arguments...
Rootfs EB FW version is 4.02.02.0
Response_From_Aurix
Flashed EB FW version is 4.02.02.00
Aurix is booted with Latest EB FW
Rootfs UPDATE FW version is 3.01.01.0
Flashed UPDATE FW version is 3.01.01.0

The installed SDK is DriveInstall_5.0.5.0bL_SDK_b3.run
PDK is?

nvidia@nvidia:~/ipp_raw/x11$ ./nvmipp_raw -cf drive-px2-a.conf -c dvp-svc210-raw12-1280x1080-ab -d 3 --aggregate 4 --nvplugin
nvmedia: ERROR: Parser_GetFileContent: Cannot open configuration file drive-px2-a.conf
nvmedia: ERROR: ConfigParser_ParseFile: Failed reading file drive-px2-a.conf
nvmedia: ERROR: ParseConfigFile: ConfigParser_ParseFile failed
nvmedia: ERROR: Failed to parse config file drive-px2-a.conf
nvmedia: ERROR: main: Failed to parse arguments

What am I missing?

I just want to open the camera now to see the image

root@nvidia:/usr/local/driveworks-0.6/bin# ./sample_camera_gmsl --camera-type = c-ov10640-b4
Program Arguments:
--camera-type=camera-type
--csi-port=ab
--fifo-size=3
--serialize-bitrate=8000000
--serialize-framerate=30
--serialize-type=h264
--slave=0
--write-file=

nvrm_gpu: Bug 200215060 workaround enabled.
Initialize DriveWorks SDK v0.6.67
Release build with GNU 4.9.2 from v0.6.0-rc7-0-g51bd3aa against Vibrante PDK v5.0.5.0
TimeSource: monotonic epoch time offset is 1524894500742877
TimeSource: PTP ioctl returned error. Synchronized time will not be available.
TimeSource: Could not detect valid PTP time source at 'eth0'. Fallback to CLOCK_MONOTONIC.
SDK: Resources mounted from /usr/local/driveworks-0.6/data/resources
SDK: Create NvMediaDevice
SDK: use EGL display as provided
SDK: number of GPU devices detected 2
SDK: currently selected GPU device discrete ID 0
SAL: identified board as DrivePX2-TegraA
SensorFactory::createSensor() -> camera.gmsl, camera-type=camera-type,csi-port=ab,fifo-size=3,serialize-bitrate=8000000,serialize-framerate=30,serialize-type=h264,slave=0,write-file=,output-format=yuv
CameraGMSL: invalid camera-type provided
Driveworks exception thrown: DW_INVALID_ARGUMENT: CameraGMSL: camera-type params

Cannot create driver: camera.gmsl with params: camera-type=camera-type,csi-port=ab,fifo-size=3,serialize-bitrate=8000000,serialize-framerate=30,serialize-type=h264,slave=0,write-file=,output-format=yuv
Error: DW_INVALID_ARGUMENT

Dear Calmcar-Bao,

The SDK and Aurix version are the latest version.
And your using command is perfectly right.

According to error messages, I don’t think the camera module is ov10640.
So could you please check the camera module information? Did you purchase the camera module from a NVIDIA or NVIDIA’s distributor? Thanks.

e2379a_c01.conf Where is this file? I did not find it

Dear Calmcar-Bao,

Could you please check the label on the camera module?
Or maybe you should contact the company that purchased the camera.

Asked the manufacturer, our camera is MAX96705–ISPOV490-ov10640
It is not difficult to adapt to PX2. The PX2 demo is applicable to the MAX9286. Can it be applied to the MAX96705?