How do you configure PWM pins 33 and 32 on Jetson Nano Developer Kit

As in May 2022, do we still have to configure the PWM pin 33 and pin32 using the Exapansion Header i.e using this forum “https://developer.download.nvidia.com/assets/embedded/secure/jetson/Nano/docs/customizing_the_jetson_nano_40-pin_expansion_header_v1.2.pdf?kjnd43FvhWh5agO393dMU5G4PZTL-OPGSeZ93sPcGyJhueS5oQxU10wl0M_K93kTZZWJG93t1lI5bzXcliImn0PpgPtGA_TBliwMuSYfOBAfCArg0n5LnPK5FmtJOt3v-SZjIByPqaU9Kh1Yw6yNf8liYPK3CIHAtKIvltVM4t5Uv9dMG8NYYYfdyeDpYtWmnOU0vyhZzvJY9UUmsC4ap2nGfQ&t=eyJscyI6ImdzZW8iLCJsc2QiOiJodHRwczpcL1wvd3d3Lmdvb2dsZS5jb21cLyJ9”. Or is there an easier way of going about. I tried enabling PWM 33 and PWM 32 from sudo /opt/nvidia/jetson-io/config-by-pin.py But the out I get is just 1v and its not a pulse width. Can it be my pins are broken??

Your topic was posted in the wrong category. I am moving this to the Jetson Nano category for visibility.

jetson-io is only for pinmux. Not enabling the PWM. What are the commands you are using to trigger pwm?

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