I'm having a similar problem with the Beagleboard XM, i.e. no output on
the HDMI (there is no VGA interface on the Beagleboard XM). It used to
work on Fedora 21. It is still possible with Fedora 21 to use x11vnc
and send the X output via the network to another computer. You will
need to open ports with firewall-cmd to do this.
Last time I checked on Fedora 22, Xorg was not stable and I was not able
to get x11vnc to contact it, and of course there was no output on the
You might want to borrow an HDMI monitor if possible to determine if
video is going to the wrong interface or if it is not being sent at all.
On 6/19/15 1:05 PM, Guido Haase wrote:
I'm new to this list and have question related to Fedora 22 running on
armhf hardware, i.e. Cubietruck.
I used this installation guide
section "For the Banana Pi / CubieBoard / CubieBoard2 / CubieTruck
I tried two different images:
I successfully copied each of them to an sd card, booted from it and can
observe the booting process on serial terminal.
Sadly, I really need a graphical screen. Cubie is equiped with HDMI and
VGA. But, I have to use the VGA one. The monitor itself is o.k. and
connected to the Cubie, mouse and keyboard also both via USB.
But, I don't see anything on the VGA monitor, wether during boot process
Actually I expected the graphical installer to come up there - but it
Having logging in via serial console I saw Xorg is running.
Any idea what I can do to get some output on VGA device?
Any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
Many thanks in advance,
PS On F20 there was a file named uEnv.txt in uboot-directory.
In this files you could define some settings like this:
But, in F22 there is wether such file nor such directory.