Is anybody here who understands the values in kernel/drivers/clk/rockchip/clk-pll.c? Don't know how to fix wrong pixel clock "rk3288-lcdc lcdc0: lcdc0: dclk:118800000>>fps:66" in dmesg (should be 108000000 for 1280x1024@60)
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eballetbo: seems to be sdcard related. my 128G card doesn't work, while a 2G card does. obviously a regression somewhere (and something to do with your config vs mine).
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maz: CONFIG_ROCKCHIP_IODOMAIN built-in vs module seems to fix the issue
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eballetbo: ah! I'll give it a shot.
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eballetbo: woohoo ... edp output
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eballetbo: are you looking into why it needs to be built-in right now, per chance? :-)
mmind00: nope, added to my todo but currently looking at usb3
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eballetbo: confirmed, works!
eballetbo: KVM up and running, I now relax... ;-)
mmind00: I'll have a chat with the usual suspects to see if I can sneak in whatever needs to be built-in for kevin...
maz: as hdmi on my firefly-rk3399 works nicely with the things built as modules, it might be nicer to actually find out what fails :-)
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mmind00: I didn't mean "as an alternative to being built as modules", but as "I need this in defconfig for kevin to work".
mmind00: the rule of thumb is that we enable our test platforms in defconfig and run that on the whole zoo...
mmind00: and since kevin is likely to become my daily driver for the foreseeable future, I'd like to have it working out of the box.
wonders what the status of cpufreq on the firefly-rk3399 is
last i saw the quad-core was working, but the a72 chips weren't