From: ddemaio <ddemaio(a)suse.de>
Sent: 28 October 2019 06:55
Subject: [opensuse-arm] Joy-Pi 7" Pi Screen No Signal
The openSUSE Project now has a Joy Pi to show at some of the conferences.
That's great! 😊
However, I tried the latest TW RP3 image and after the
bootscreen, the screen
phases out to a no signal. It's this screen here:
This is an HDMI display, right?
The documentation suggests to try the following options in Config.txt:
hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0
Could you try them, please?
But the firmware seems to handle the LCD display properly as you have the boot screen (up
So, my guess is that the Linux kernel try to reconfigure the display and fails. Do you
have some kernel traces to share?
Do any you have any documentation or recommendations on how I can try to fix
these during the boot. I'll do some research as well, but I thought I would ask
all first, since you might know.
As stated above, my guess is the Linux kernel fails to set a proper resolution.
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