[Arm-netbook] microSD breakout board, suitable for debugging using tablets.
"Sztupák Sz. Zsolt"
mail at sztupy.hu
Mon Feb 13 21:50:38 GMT 2012
Android's recovery can write to /dev/fb0 after loading disp.ko, lcd.ko
and hdmi.ko, so
these three should be enough for the framebuffer. I could get android
work without any other
modules loaded, so mali, ump and others are probably not needed. Which
kernel are you using?
> On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 4:16 PM, lkcl luke<luke.leighton at gmail.com> wrote:
>> so wait - forget mali, does the LCD module work?
>> you need to be much more explicit. you can load the lcd module (and
>> you tested that independently) and then you load mali and that's where
>> the freeze occurs?
>> it's really important to narrow things down like this.
> If I remember well, loading disp.ko and lcd.ko made the LCD turn on
> (black), but then the kernel freezes when writing to /dev/fb0.
> Loading mali and its dependencies from the init.rc, I was able to
> write to fb0 but then it froze after some seconds.
> I might be wrong as I experimented different things, I probably should
> have written down what worked and what not. I'll keep trying.
>>> Also, running "top" showed ~370mb of total RAM if I remember well..
>>> instead of the 512mb the tablet is supposed to have
>> shared memory's a bitch...
> Oh, didn't think about that...
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