Le 06/03/2013 11:13, lists(a)lazygranch.com a écrit :
I am a bit confused here. When you run the XFCE image
for opensuse 12.2 arm, you do have use of the HDMI port. It is only after the usb hub
patch that you lose HDMI and I presume the use of the keyboard and mouse. (Kind of hard to
tell without a video display. ;-) )
To recap, after the usb hub patch you still have use of the Beagleboard XM via the
ethernet and SSH and SFTP. Just no HDMI.
Now perhaps the JEOS kernel doesn't have HDMI.
It is not a matter of JeOS vs XFCE, but 12.2 vs Factory kernel versions. Alex give you a
3.7.* kernel, whereas 12.2 kernel is 3.4.6.
So, HDMI problem is related to kernel version, not your patch. ;)
From: Guillaume Gardet <guillaume.gardet(a)free.fr>
Date: Wed, 06 Mar 2013 10:58:20
Cc: Alexander Graf<agraf(a)suse.de>de>; openSUSE ARM
Subject: Re: [opensuse-arm] Beagleboard XM freezes; suspect USB issue
Le 06/03/2013 10:53, gary a écrit :
This is from fbset.
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Of course I'm using SSH, so I don't see the HDMI output.
So the question here is how does the patch kill the use of the HDMI.
It does not.
As I said before, current factory kernel has a broken DVI output.
> Is there some clever way for me to see if the keyboard is being received by the SBC.
[I'm going to use SBC from now on to save me from typing out Beagleboard XM.]
> My setup uses a KVM, so I can easily push the button to use the keyboard or mouse for
that matter on the SBC rather than using SSH via "terraterm". [I have opensuse
on a notebook, but not on the KVM. My desktop linux motherboard blew out the power supply
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