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can arria-10-gx run on aarch64 nvidia jetson?

AVolo2
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we got this card

can it work on jetson board?

Thanks

https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/central-libraries/us/en/documents/intel-pac-with-arria-10-gx-p...

 

It is listed in lspci outputs as 

 

0005:01:00.0 Processing accelerators: Intel Corporation Device 09c4
  

 

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AVolo2
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@JohnT_Intel I tried asking intel regarding which OS to install

They pointed to Ubuntu 18.04

Shall I repeat? Which exactly OS [exact OS image [iso]will work with the PAC ? In a way the installation script will install everything including the driver?

 

JohnT_Intel
Employee
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Hi,


For standard installation, it is supporting Ubuntu 18.04. You may refer to https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/docs/programmable/683633/1-2-1/system-requirements.html


AVolo2
Novice
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Hello

Coud you confirm

That on 18.04 not only opae-sdk installs with linux-dfl from opae repository

But the intel setup script install also installing linux-dfl from dev stack install script, please?

Other Intel folks pointed out that intel dev stack install script doesn't install linux-dfl at any OS as I understand

Moreover installing it manually from opae-sdk results in nothing but in boot error when booting from linux -dfl kernel.

Any ideas?

-BR

AV

JohnT_Intel
Employee
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Hi,


The 18.04 is for the OPAE-SDK and not the linux-dfl. The reason is that the PAC installation package will have their own driver. The OPAE in github driver is linux-dfl.


I would recommend to try using the installation package to make sure everything works before moving to OPAE github version


AVolo2
Novice
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I was pointed out by Intel folks that installation of linux dfl driver is not supported from the intel installer [ it results in error]

JohnT_Intel
Employee
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Hi,


The linux-dfl and PAC installation is using different driver. Linux-dfl is a open source driver that can work with Intel PAC card.


AVolo2
Novice
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Is it possible to implement the PAC installation

using the intel script on any specific OS?

So that everything including the kernel/ drivers gets installed from the intel script?

Or that is not supported on any OS?

JohnT_Intel
Employee
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Hi,


If you are using the below OS then you should be able to follow the installation guide in https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/docs/programmable/683633/1-2-1/installing-the-opae-software-...


  • Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* (RHEL) 7.6, kernel version 3.10.0-957
  • Ubuntu* 18.04, kernel 4.15



AVolo2
Novice
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@JohnT_Intel We are having hard times getting the package bw2tk-lite-2018.6.u1604.amd64.deb through a registration at third party website that doesn't seem functioning for getting through register-download cycle.

Could you share the package for flashing the firmware please ?

JohnT_Intel
Employee
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Hi,


Can you move forward without installing "bw2tk-lite-2018.6.u1604.amd64.deb"?


AVolo2
Novice
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Hi @JohnT_Intel 

Thank you for following up.

The problem was that the firmware seems was for 1.0 which would cause some mismatch[ see screenshot from devs]

So we would wish to upgrade it to compatible with 1.2.1

However, it was possible to download the bw2tk package from community forum, although it would be more like for ubuntu 16.04 so may have some issues with compatibility.

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AVolo2
Novice
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our dev requests documentation for  A10SA4

due to some reason they can only flash 1.2 firmware but not 1.2.1

JohnT_Intel
Employee
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Hi,


You need to download the file from https://developer.bittware.com/home.php


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