[USRP-users] usrp x300 detection over pcie
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Fri Dec 5 16:53:05 EST 2014
Thank you for your reply. Yes, it's a typo in the email - sorry about that.
I would keep the mechanical issue on the list of potential problems, but
as I mentioned in my message the card itself is apparently being
detected, while the usrp behind it is not.
Somebody suggested to me that it might be the issue with Lenovo bios
However I now know at least two Lenovo laptops that work with x300: your
T530 and Michael West's T430 from the previous thread:
so it makes me wonder why W540 would suddenly not whitelist usrp.
On 12/5/14, 3:38 PM, Ashish Chaudhari wrote:
> Hi Stan,
> I think this is a typo in the email but I wanted to confirm that you
> are running "lspci -k -d 1093:*c4c4*" and not "lspci -k -d 1093:4c4c"
> to see if the device was detected.
> I have a T530 and I have had problem with the physical connectivity of
> the Express card in the slot. Its extremely loose and I only have to
> nudge it a little bit for the card to disconnect. If that's not the
> problem then, I would tend to agree that this is some sort of BIOS /
> Expresscard issue.
> *Ashish Chaudhari* | Senior Software Engineer | High Frequency
> Measurements - RF
> Ettus Research, /A National Instruments Company/
> ashish.chaudhari at ettus.com <mailto:ashish.chaudhari at ettus.com>
> On Fri, Dec 5, 2014 at 12:14 PM, Stan Vitebsky via USRP-users
> <usrp-users at lists.ettus.com <mailto:usrp-users at lists.ettus.com>> wrote:
> Yes, in both Centos and Ubuntu cases it's 64-bit.
> On 12/5/14, 12:58 PM, Neel Pandeya wrote:
>> Hello Stan:
>> Are you using a 64-bit kernel??
>> On Fri, Dec 5, 2014 at 9:36 AM, Stan Vitebsky via USRP-users
>> <usrp-users at lists.ettus.com <mailto:usrp-users at lists.ettus.com>>
>> I have a problem detecting usrp x300 over PCIe ExpressCard
>> interface with Lenovo W540
>> (it behaves the same way with Ubuntu 13.10 (kernel version
>> 3.11) and with Centos 6.5 (modified kernel version 3.10)):
>> When the pc boots with NI 8360 card inserted and usrp turned
>> on , the output of the "lspci -v" command indicates the
>> presence of of the card like so:
>> "PCI bridge:PLX Technology Inc. PEX 8505 5-lane 5 port PCI
>> Express Switch .......Capabilities:  Subsystem: National
>> Instruments Device 8360",
>> however it does not show the usrp itself behind the card.
>> lspci -k -d 1093:4c4c doesn't return anything. It's the same
>> whether the niusrprio drivers are installed or not.
>> I have a different PC which successfully detects the same
>> usrp with the same expresscard kit with exactly the same
>> versions of Ubuntu 13.10 and Centos 6.5,
>> In that case, the "lspci -v" command in addition to the above
>> output for the PCI Express Switch with the card also outputs:
>> "Signal processing controller: National Instruments PXIe/PCIe
>> Device, Subsystem: National Instruments Device 7736".
>> Has anybody encountered a similar situation and is there any
>> workaround / solution in OS or on the USRP side?
>> In your opinion, if not Ettus, is this W540 BIOS issue, an NI
>> ExpressCard issue or both ?
>> My observation is that x3x0 PCI expresscard interface support
>> on different host laptop hardware is very unpredictable
>> so I would use a lot of caution before committing to this
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