Could someone please help about potential reason for why same cameras would behave differently on Tx1 and Tx2 ? Folks, at Leopard imaging are looking at this - but they would like to understand difference between, environments (Tx1/R24) and (Tx2/R28.1).
Sorry, I have no experience of trying this on TX1. Just looked into this on seeing your question. No idea what is the full specification of this plugin.
I have no experience for this, but I suppose you would have to modify the device tree for handling the second camera. Have you done that and if yes how much tested ? More experienced people may help from there.
I would also like to operate two IMX274 concurrently. The Tx2 driver does not quite support that. Would appreciate any pointers/guidance about how to go about instrumenting driver code to support two concurrent camera operation. Specifically, I am looking for -
Building the kernel isn’t that hard.
Download and install the latest Jetpack.
It will create a directory called Linux_for_Tegra that contains the kernel sources, and the scripts needed to flash a new image.
In sources/kernel/kernel-4.4, you will find the actual kernel sources. In this directory, you start setting up the environment needed, as per various kernel compilation tutorials.
Once you have a working config, you can change it with “make menuconfig” and selecting the various drivers/features you want to include/exclude.
The IMX274 driver lives in drivers/media/i2c/imx274.c