destroyedlolo

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  1. ok, thanks : I'll try. As I would avoid to force users to recompile system's packages, I patched my framework as well to fall back to framebuffer as well.
  2. Well, it is supposed to be part of libdrm but has been disabled as per a ticket I found. The only examples I found to directly use Linux' frame buffer using DRM use it to retrieve display geometry and bitmap
  3. Hello, I'm porting one of my application to Armbian. But where can I found libkms ? I did a apt-cache search but it didn't found anything ? Thanks Laurent
  4. I found a good tutorial about low level programming on DRM/KMS. The only need is libdrm : working pretty well so I give up with DirectFB / SDL2. My only concerne is I'm not able to make LeMaker 3.5' LCD with 5.x kernel but it's another subject. THanks Laurent
  5. X is not launched at all (as not installed ). You did your test on ARMbian only compiling SDL2 ? I think I found a solution using direct DRM/KMS + Cairo. But of it don't suite my need, I'll try ARMbian if you confime.
  6. It's what I did after having activated Lima support in Messa. But the pb is ... it's crashing as explained above. The pb is not gentoo or not gentoo, it's the lack of support with SDL when you're not using X and more when it's not on Raspberry. It's why I'm looking if it will work w/o cheating with binary distribution.
  7. Hello, I'm currently running Gentoo on my BananaPIs (M1). I'm using one as graphical Dashboard using DirectFB. Unfortunately, DirectFB is deprecated, not anymore supported and facing some compilation issue. Time to change. I tried with SDL configured with KMS but it's crashing. I don't want to install X because it will take ages to compile without any garanty it will work at the end. So ... probably the time to change. So, is DirectFB still supported on Armbian ? If not, is SDL2 working without X support. If not, with X support ? And if so, is X
  8. Hi, The OrangePI Plus 2 has 2 video output : HDMI and composite. I wander if it would be possible to use independantly these output : My goal is to have a media player on the HDMI (Kodi ?) and, at the same time, the composite image used to display my smarthome dashboard ? Thanks Laurent
  9. Do you know if this is fixed in the current repository ? Because as per activity on u-boot web site, I downloaded the GIT after the last SunXI related patch applied ... and it's not working
  10. Arg But not only the MAC : if I logon on the console, being able to start the network manually ... I got a very erratic connection : sometime, the stream froze w/o any particular reason. At the begining, I thought my bPI died ... but I'm not encounter any trouble under 3.4. Anyway ...
  11. Well well well ... unfortunately, it's a failure. * Despite I followed Martin's notes adapted to my 3.5 screen, this screen remain definitively ... black. * More, the 4.11 kernel (or something in the DTB, I duno) is creating a mess within my network : the ethernet MAC is always changing ... but even without that, the broadcast message doesn't hit my DHCP server so my Banana got an IP about 1/3 of the time. Tomorrow, back to work : I switched back to 3.4.103. Even if it is nearly unsupported by SunXI, even if LeMaker's FEX contains lots of unused stuffs ... at least it wor
  12. Hello, Another day, another try I think it doesn't took my settings in account because on the serial console, I can see : CPU: Allwinner A20 (SUN7I) Model: LeMaker Banana Pi I2C: ready DRAM: 1 GiB MMC: SUNXI SD/MMC: 0 *** Warning - bad CRC, using default environment Setting up a 320x240 lcd console (overscan 0x0) In: serial Out: vga
  13. So, have also a LeMaker 3.5' LCD connected. I read the thread initiated by Martin (I duno if it's better to keep in this thread or to pollute Martin's ones ; let me know). I successfully light on my screen by activating &pwm in my DT file ... but only on Linux side : despite I modified ./arch/arm/dts/sun7i-a20-bananapi.dts in u-boot tree. Using menuconfig, I modified LCD parameters as bellow : [*] Enable graphical uboot console on HDMI, LCD or VGA [*] HDMI output support [ ] VGA output support [ ] Composite video output support (x:320,y:240,depth:24
  14. Thanks, I comment out &reg_usb2_vbus { status = "okay"; }; and usbphy { pinctrl-names = "default"; pinctrl-0 = <&usb0_id_detect_pin>; usb0_id_det-gpio = <&pio 7 4 GPIO_ACTIVE_HIGH>; /* PH4 */ usb0_vbus_power-supply = <&usb_power_supply>; usb0_vbus-supply = <&reg_usb0_vbus>; usb1_vbus-supply = <&reg_usb1_vbus>; /* usb2_vbus-supply = <&reg_usb2_vbus>; */ status = "okay"; }; And now it's working Now, I'll fight with the LCD screen.