[PATCH v2 2/3] ARM: dts: imx6qdl-wandboard: Add HDMI support
festevam at gmail.com
Mon Oct 14 23:20:57 EDT 2013
On Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 7:50 PM, Russell King - ARM Linux
<linux at arm.linux.org.uk> wrote:
> Okay, next question(s).
> 1. How well tested is any of this imx-drm stuff?
> 2. What sort of testing has it been subject to?
Most of my tests with the imx-drm driver have been through the LVDS
panel so far.
For HDMI, I haven't gone through too much of testing yet, only basic
raw framebuffer at full HD resolution.
I know Tony/Robert (and Sascha) and some folks at the Wandboard
mailing list have also tested HDMI with the previous version of the
HDMI driver that was posted by Tony.
> Answers to these two questions may help stop me wasting a lot of time
> chasing what is a really weird bug.
> So, I have X up and running on the Cubox-i carrier-1, using the imx-drm
> stuff (I've slightly hacked my xf86-armada X driver to get this working.)
> This works fine - it detects the connectors, selects an appropriate
> video mode and produces a picture of the correct shape and size.
> However... I see really weird effects colouring effects - almost like
> water over the image. It's certain colour transitions in the image
> which seem to trigger this. There are also certain pixels which
> Text looks very strange too. Rather than the font being crisp and clear,
> it looks like there's red and green shift to it - but its not that it's
> all shifted in that way.
> Now, if I use the modetest utility from libdrm-2.4.43 to display a SMPTE
> test pattern, this again looks right, but there are several vertical
> single pixel lines of noise. The most striking one is below the upper
> red bar in the lower dark area. I have a single pixel noisy vertical
Ok, interesting. Will run a video test pattern via gstreamer
videotestsrc plugin to see how it behaves.
I am travelling tomorrow, so it will be at last in 2 weeks that I will
be able to access a mx6 hardware.
In the meantime, maybe one of the folks in Cc could share some ideas.
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