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Part Number: TMDSCM572X
The Ti AM5728 EVM camera module sometimes is detected:
/ # ls /dev/video*/dev/video0 /dev/video1 /dev/video10/ #
and sometimes not:
/ # ls /dev/video*/dev/video0 /dev/video10/ #
In fact we asked if it was a hardware or software problem. In one of this case what is the solution ?
Also I'm informing you that the items are new (about 5 days).
In reply to Biser Gatchev-XID:
Thanks and Regards,
In reply to Dwarakesh R:
Hello Biser, I tried with the latest one and i have always the same issue with the Ti AM5728 EVM camera module. BR :) Faiez
In reply to Faiez:
Hello Dwarakesh, For this issue, i want to know the linux command to do that (dmesg). Thank you, BR :) Faiez
Hello Dwarakesh, EVM: Ti 5728 evm Kernel: 4.4.41 The Ti AM5728 evm camera module is not detected with the latest kernel: root@am57xx-evm:~# ls /dev/video* /dev/video0 /dev/video10 /dev/video11 root@am57xx-evm:~# I tried to do the "dmesg" command and i have this result. (The result is given by the attachment file .txt) Thank you,
BR :) Faiez
I suggest two things - to check if the camera board is mounted properly on the EVM. Second, to migrate to latest PLSDK. Older driver had race condition related bug because of which the camera module wasn't getting detected always.
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