Op woensdag 30 oktober 2019 20:56:42 CET schreef Matthias Brugger:
You need to boot with the HDMI cable comnected to the
RPi4. This should give
you an EFI framebuffer. Work on the KMS driver is in progress but will take
question is: should I get something in the current state on
Try to add console=tty to your kernel boot parameters. Beware that USB is
not working ATM. Another thing we are working on, stay tuned.
No output on the HDMI interface. Is there a way to from within the system that
video output to which HDMI port is active?
Is there anything I can do to help with getting TW or
running on the
You could try if i2c and SPI is working on the pins.
Can you point me to some documentation to see how these things should work?
I did work with python-RPi.GPIO.
Freek de Kruijf
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