- Board: Verdin AM62 Dual 1GB Wi-Fi / Bluetooth IT
- Carrier Board: Yavia Carrier Board V1.0A
- Operating System: TorizonCore
- Kernel: 6.1.46-6.5.0
I followed the quickstart guide for the Verdin AM62 and Yavia boards, including the installation of the latest TorizonCore with evaluation containers. Unfortunately, I encountered an issue with the Wi-Fi functionality, specifically at step 1.4 “Basic Wi-Fi Usage with Torizon.”
When executing the command
nmcli device wifi list, the expected behavior should be to list available Wi-Fi hotspots; however, this command does not produce any results. Additionally, the
nmcli device wifi rescan command results in the error message: “No Wi-Fi device found.”
Output of Relevant Commands:
Here is the output of the commands that I ran:
root@verdin-am62-15133452:/# nmcli device wifi list
root@verdin-am62-15133452:/# nmcli device wifi rescan
Error: No Wi-Fi device found.
root@verdin-am62-15133452:/# nmcli device
DEVICE TYPE STATE CONNECTION
ethernet0 ethernet connected network0
ethernet1 ethernet unavailable –
br-249fd1509a8f bridge unmanaged –
docker0 bridge unmanaged –
can0 can unmanaged –
can1 can unmanaged –
sit0 iptunnel unmanaged –
lo loopback unmanaged –
- I also ran
lsusbto check for Wi-Fi hardware devices, but there was no information related to Wi-Fi devices in the output.
root@verdin-am62-15133452:/# lspci -v
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0424:2514 Microchip Technology, Inc. (formerly SMSC) USB 2.0 Hub
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
I have attempted to install previous versions of TorizonCore with the same result. It appears that the Wi-Fi hardware may not be recognized or enabled.
The expected outcome is for the
nmcli device wifi list command to list available Wi-Fi hotspots, allowing me to connect to the desired one as a client.
Please let me know if you require any further information or diagnostic output to assist in resolving this issue.