Le 05/03/2013 22:07, gary a écrit :
I'm keeping this reply off the list as to not
clog up email for those not involved. If you think I should send the files to the list as
well, let me know.
There are three attached files.
Not to distract focus from the problem at hand, but you may recall I mentioned that one
of the bugs with opensuse versus ubuntu is the Beagleboard XM didn't reboot properly.
That is, you would issue the reboot command, the display would indicate processes shutting
down, but you never got a login prompt. Well it turns out that using SSH, the Beagleboard
XM does shutdown and restart. To elaborate, you issue a reboot command, the lan connection
goes away as the machine goes offline. But checking the router client list, I saw the
board reconnect via DHCP, and could then SSH into it like normal.
So if you can follow that lengthy story, it might be that whatever you need to
"start" to make the SBC work normally might also fix the reboot issue.
Also note Ubuntu has a more up to date driver for the GPU. I get the full 1920x1200 with
ubuntu, while opensuse is less. [Exact resolution I forget.]
Latest Factory JeOS-beagle image shows nothing on DVI output either, so there is a bug
somewhere in factory kernel whereas omapdrm is loaded. :(
CONFIG_DRM_OMAP_NUM_CRTCS var have been changed from 1 to 2. Is it related? I should try
to recompile a kernel with CONFIG_DRM_OMAP_NUM_CRTCS=1 and test, but not sure I will have
enough time to do it.
What does fbset command return?
Then, if you want to have something on your serial, add console=/dev/ttyO2 to the command
line passed to kernel, from u-boot. You have not it, since your image is XFCE based.
On 3/5/2013 2:14 AM, Alexander Graf wrote:
> On 05.03.2013, at 11:09, Guillaume Gardet wrote:
>> Hi gary,
>> Le 04/03/2013 21:36, gary a écrit :
>>> I did a yast2 -i on the 19mbyte patch and didn't use the other two RPM
files. This was on a freshly installed image of 12.2 XFCE.
>>> I can't log into the system "normally", i.e. keyboard and
monitor via HDMI/usb. Nor can I log into the system via the serial port. However, I can
log into the system with SSH. Thus I can run some diagnostics if you have suggestions.
>> Could you give us output of thoses commands, please:
>> cat /proc/cmdline
> dmesg would be helpful too
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