I connected the AW WLAN+Bluetooth Module to TX2 by miniPCIE.
The module is M.2 interface, I connected to TX2 through M.2-to-miniPCIE.
Before install driver, I will check device has been detected or not.
Then TX2 con’t recognize the PCIE device.
When I input command (lspci), it output nothing:
Can you please share the ‘dmesg’ output?
Also, please try adding “nvidia,disable-clock-request” to all the sub-nodes (“pci@1,0”, “pci@2,0” and “pci@3,0”) of “pcie-controller@10003000” ? and update that log as well?
Well, the log shows that the link didn’t come up with respective cards.
Since you mentioned that the cards are of miniPCIe form factor, how are they connected to Jetson board as it has only CEM slot and M.2 Key-E slot? If you are using any kind of adapters, please make sure that they are in good working condition.
Sorry, We got it wrong.
We used a transverter, that transformed miniPCIe to M.2, and connected to Jetson board M.2 interface.
Now the question we are facing is we can’t see any output for “lspci” command.
So we want to know whether the question caused by the WLAN+Bluetooth module, TX2 devkit or the OS.