On 10/26/18 1:17 PM, Peter Robinson wrote:
On Wed, Oct 24, 2018 at 12:31 PM Peter Robinson
>> Have somebody sucsesfully run the official rpi camera on Fedora, aarch64?
>> I have f29 sucesfully running on pi 3B+ and the only glitch is my inability tu
> Not yet, we do have the drivers enabled in 4.19 in rawhide, and
> there's some changes in Fedora 29 which will allow us to use the
> config.txt to enable HATs and hardware like the the camera. I've not
> had the time to yet pull those bits together to actually test the
> camera and fix the likely missing bits. I'm hoping to get to the final
> pieces including the testing of it and the documentation on how to
> enable it and actually make sure it works in the coming weeks. If
> you're interested in helping out I can provide some details of how I
> think it should work.
To follow up on this there's been a patch series posted that looks to
massively improve the upstream support for the camera, it depends on
two other patch series that also massively improved other components
around media/sound/camera. At this time the earliest they will likely
land upstream in 4.21 kernel.
Thank you very muc for information. I'm really looking forward for the docs you
described above, and
for try it.
Thanx a lot for details.
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