On Tue, 2015-02-17 at 00:44 +1000, Adrian wrote:
Clive quick question please : Was support for GPIO-driven
included in the kernel used ?
Not sure when it was added to their (RPi) kernel github. Assuming it has
been, it's in the kernels I'm building. (Currently tracking their
"sudo sc-cleanUpdate-pi raspberrypi\*" get's you updated to my latest
Can you do me a favour? I've too many fingers in too many pies.....
And seen as you know what your doing with Pi hardware and X....
Do you have a spare SDCARD? Can you give this xfce image a quick look?
Plug in keyboard, monitor, ethernet and boot it...
Get the graphical initial setup screen, OK? Get through it OK, to a
working desktop? (The root password is currently fedora, same as that
minimal image, just in case anyone wants to quickly get into it headless
via ssh or serial console.)
I think I mentioned before that I have zero interest in graphical images
myself. Don't use them. But I'll quite happily make them.
For the minimal image, putting "gpu_mem=16" in the
default /boot/config.txt was a no-brainer. But for the X spins, do you
have any suggested defaults? (Not talking about overscan, blah, blah,
blah...) I mean, "start_file=start_x.elf, fixup_file=fixup_x.elf,
gpu_mem=128", should those be the defaults for the gui spins?
Clive Messer <clive.m.messer(a)gmail.com>