Started by gameblabla, December 29, 2016, 12:21:29 am
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QuoteAlso @Vogtinator, i tried OpenSUSE on my Pi and it gives me a black screen after the EFI messages.It is giving me signal on my display but it is all black.
Quote from: Streetwalrus on January 03, 2017, 08:09:09 amI checked yesterday, Arch Linux arm uses the mainline kernel for 64 bit, build scripts here: https://archlinuxarm.org/packages/aarch64/linux-aarch64/files. I'm not sure whether they use uboot or not, but I think it shouldn't be necessary anyway.
gcc -c -o caca.o caca.c
Quote from: gameblabla on January 12, 2017, 02:36:22 amWell Arch Linux ARM is useless for one stupid reason :GCC is unable to build anything !When you try this command : Code Select Expandgcc -c -o caca.o caca.cIt makes no object files, at all.
Quote from: gameblabla on January 12, 2017, 02:36:22 amOn Arch Linux ARM, if i put the following code :Code Select Expandhdmi_group=2hdmi_drive=2hdmi_mode=39It boots up fine but then black screen.Removing the line gets me garbled graphics at startup but then graphics are properly initialised by the VC4 driver.I should try without those lines,
tvservice -m CEAtvservice -m DMT
Quote from: Juju on January 12, 2017, 04:16:34 amIs that so? It worked for me.
QuoteYou should try adjusting those numbers. TryCode: [Select]tvservice -m CEAtvservice -m DMT
QuoteI should try without those lines, i hope GCC works properly on OpenSUSE !
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