Use Jetson Nano With WLAN Card, Automatically Activated Vino Server and PWM Cooling Fan.

Install WLAN Card

  1. Attach two antennas on the WLAN Card.
Intel WLAN Card 8265 NGW Model.

2. Take down the system board from the carrier by using a screwdriver. Be careful, there are two clips on sides, free them first!

Take down the system board.

3. Insert the WLAN Card.

Insert WLAN Card.

4. Put the system board back and it's all set !

Jetson Nano with its protective case.

5. Enable Wi-Fi in Ubuntu and connect to your Wi-Fi.

Enable Wi-Fi.

6. Open System Settings. Go Network. In Wireless section, click the small arrow on the right of your Wi-Fi. Click Settings and under General, select "Automatically connect to this network when it is available". Click Save. Throw your network cable away, it's not necessary anymore!

Automatically connect to this network when it is available.

Automatically Activate Vino Server When Booting

  1. In Jetson Nano, search "Startup Applications". Open it.
Startup Applications.

2. Add a new program and name it "VinoServer." For command, enter the following.

/usr/lib/vino/vino-server
Startup program.

Click “save” and every time you boot Jetson Nano, vino server will automatically be activated !

Control PWM Cooling Fan Speed

  1. Use following command to adjust fan speed to 255. The maximum speed is 255, the minimum speed is 0.
sudo sh -c 'echo 255 > /sys/devices/pwm-fan/target_pwm'

2. So if you want to turn the cooling fan off. Use the following command.

sudo sh -c 'echo 0 > /sys/devices/pwm-fan/target_pwm'

If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to contact me. My email address: yzhong506@gmail.com

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