Control On-board LEDs

(Frank W.) #42

Hdmi is not working in kernels != 4.4,

dual gmac only in 4.4 (without dsa) and 4.9 (with dsa).

In 4.9 maybe you can archive it by disabling dsa-driver.

Are you sure this is correct?


./ allone is enough to build 4.14 (no need for param)

(Przemek) #43

Yes, I’m sure. Boot with:

console=earlyprintk console=tty1 fbcon=map:0 console=ttyS0,115200

But with

console=console=ttyS0,115200 earlycon=uart8250,mmio32,0x11004000 earlyprintk=serial,ttyS0,115200 debug=7 loglevel=7 ignore_loglevel=1

can’t boot.

In kernels != 4.4 for HDMI it is a problem with drivers or something other? It is possible to have/port LEDs support in/to kernel 4.4?

(Frank W.) #44

console ttyS0 is mapped via dts…a user from github gave me the line with adress…have not tried it yet …btw. you have “console=console=” at beginning…

HDMI is ported to current mainline-kernel 4.17, now this have to be backported to 4.14…hoping gary / jack are working on it

you can try to port the dts-nodes from 4.14 to 4.4 and add CONFIG_LED to your config

in my wiki there is an instruction for Access to GPIO also for 4.4…you have to search where the nodes in 4.4 for led…

(Przemek) #45

The first “console=” in both lines is a variable in uEnv.txt file, so I think it is correct. I will try to find how to access LEDs in kernel 4.4 without any additional electronic elements (resistors etc.).

(Frank W.) #46

Rightt the first is correct,but not assigning console= to it

(Frank W.) #47

anyone know how to disable the blinking from green isink-led?

btw. the patch for pio-leds is included in linux-next:

(Frank W.) #48

Patch is included in 4.19