[Arm-netbook] microSD breakout board, suitable for debugging using tablets.
"Sztupák Sz. Zsolt"
mail at sztupy.hu
Tue Feb 14 23:48:33 GMT 2012
The default ones for my tablets gingerbread kernel:
console=ttyS0,115200 root=/dev/nandb rw init=/init
fbmem=32M at 0x5a000000 loglevel=8;
> What kernel parameters are you using?
> On Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 9:05 PM, lkcl luke<luke.leighton at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 6:09 PM, "Sztupák Sz. Zsolt"<mail at sztupy.hu> wrote:
>>> Tried getting ubuntu running too. Here is my setup:
>>> - the external sd contains an ubuntu. I used the build that was made for
>>> the Eee Transformer
>>> - bootfs contains a small android init setup, that starts adbd, mounts
>>> the external sd, chroots inside it, and starts ubuntu's init (modified
>>> it a bit, so it won't complain about running in a chroot)
>>> Xorg doesn't work for me either, I get a restart if I try to use it,
>>> without anything useful inside /proc/kmsg. The framebuffer does work
>>> however as for you, I can cat /dev/random to it and get all kinds of
>>> junk on the screen. fbset also works, here is the output of it, it might
>>> be useful:
>>> root at localhost:/etc/X11# fbset -i
>>> mode "800x480-60"
>>> # D: 33.000 MHz, H: 31.280 kHz, V: 59.580 Hz
>>> geometry 800 480 800 960 32
>>> timings 30303 214 40 33 11 1 1
>>> rgba 8/16,8/8,8/0,8/24
>>> Frame buffer device information:
>>> Name :
>>> Address : 0x5a001000
>>> Size : 3072000
>> ok that's only 800 x 480 x 8 ...
>>> Is there a simple app (preferably pre-compiled for arm debian or ubuntu)
>>> that uses the framebuffer?
>> anything that uses svgalib. apt-get rdepends will tell you a massive list.
>> if you were using openembedded you could build XF86 revision 3 which
>> is only about a 400k binary.
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