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en:arm:tqma6x:data [2019/05/27 09:26]
lenz added section for important notes (test)
en:arm:tqma6x:data [2019/07/11 15:32] (current)
lenz [Using NFS boot] replaced former label with generic text
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 | :::  | i.MX6  | GPU3D  | Hardware Acceleration ​ |    |    |    |  ○  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  | <wrap round important>​ BSP Rev. ≥ 0105\\ ​  or\\ ++ kernel 3.10.17-fsl |\\ ◊ ptxdist platformconfig → extra kernel\\ ◊ rootfs from Freescale reference BSP++ required</​wrap>​\\ tested resolution 1366x768\\ For using GPU see [[en:​arm:​tqma6x:​linux:​ptxdist:​how_to#​using_gpu|How To]]  | | :::  | i.MX6  | GPU3D  | Hardware Acceleration ​ |    |    |    |  ○  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  | <wrap round important>​ BSP Rev. ≥ 0105\\ ​  or\\ ++ kernel 3.10.17-fsl |\\ ◊ ptxdist platformconfig → extra kernel\\ ◊ rootfs from Freescale reference BSP++ required</​wrap>​\\ tested resolution 1366x768\\ For using GPU see [[en:​arm:​tqma6x:​linux:​ptxdist:​how_to#​using_gpu|How To]]  |
 | :::  | i.MX6  | HDMI  | HDMI  |    |    |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  | <wrap round important>​++known limitations|\\ ◊ requires monitor with correct HPD signal++</​wrap>​\\ For Freescale kernel see [[en:​arm:​tqma6x:​linux:​ptxdist:​how_to##​configure_hdmi_freescale_kernel|How To ]]  | | :::  | i.MX6  | HDMI  | HDMI  |    |    |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  | <wrap round important>​++known limitations|\\ ◊ requires monitor with correct HPD signal++</​wrap>​\\ For Freescale kernel see [[en:​arm:​tqma6x:​linux:​ptxdist:​how_to##​configure_hdmi_freescale_kernel|How To ]]  |
-| :::  | i.MX6  | I2C1  | I2C devices ​ |    |    |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  | see [[.linux:​ptxdist:​overview#​supported_onboard_i2c_devices|supported ​onboard I2C devices]] ​ | +| :::  | i.MX6  | I2C1  | I2C devices ​ |    |    |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  | see [[.linux:​ptxdist:​overview#​onboard_i2c_devices|onboard I2C devices]] ​ | 
-| :::  | i.MX6  | I2C3  | I2C devices ​ |    |    |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  | see [[.linux:​ptxdist:​overview#​supported_onboard_i2c_devices|supported ​onboard I2C devices]] ​ |+| :::  | i.MX6  | I2C3  | I2C devices ​ |    |    |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  | see [[.linux:​ptxdist:​overview#​onboard_i2c_devices|onboard I2C devices]] ​ |
 | :::  | i.MX6  | IPU1  | Parallel LCD  |    |    |    |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  | <wrap round info>​++displays supported|\\ BSP Rev. ≥ 0104:\\ EDT ET(M)0700G0DH6 (7" WVGA) supported by ''​imx6[q%%|%%dl]-mba6x-pd.dtb''​++</​wrap> ​ | | :::  | i.MX6  | IPU1  | Parallel LCD  |    |    |    |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  |  •  | <wrap round info>​++displays supported|\\ BSP Rev. ≥ 0104:\\ EDT ET(M)0700G0DH6 (7" WVGA) supported by ''​imx6[q%%|%%dl]-mba6x-pd.dtb''​++</​wrap> ​ |
 | :::  | i.MX6  | JTAG  |   ​| ​   |    |    |    |   ​| ​  ​| ​ | | :::  | i.MX6  | JTAG  |   ​| ​   |    |    |    |   ​| ​  ​| ​ |
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 <code bash> <code bash>
 $ cd <BSP project>/​platform-<​platform_name>/​images $ cd <BSP project>/​platform-<​platform_name>/​images
-$ sudo dd if=u-boot_<​label mod_name_code>​MOD_NAME_CODE</​label>_hd.img of=/dev/sdf bs=1M conv=fsync #Assuming the SD card is assigned to /dev/sdf+$ sudo dd if=u-boot_<​mod_name>_hd.img of=/dev/sdf bs=1M conv=fsync #Assuming the SD card is assigned to /dev/sdf
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 <WRAP round tip>You have to use the raw device of the SD card not a partition!</​WRAP>​ <WRAP round tip>You have to use the raw device of the SD card not a partition!</​WRAP>​
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   * [[en:​tftp|How to setup the TFTP Server on your Host Computer]]   * [[en:​tftp|How to setup the TFTP Server on your Host Computer]]
  
-To boot the <label mod_name>​MOD_NAME</​label> ​from network you need a working bootloader in eMMC/​SD-card or SPI-NOR (placement option on <label mod_name>​MOD_NAME</​label>​) which is able to get the kernel image over tftp and to provide the kernel with commandline settings for NFS.\\+To boot the TQMa6x ​from network you need a working bootloader in eMMC/​SD-card or SPI-NOR (placement option on TQMa6x) which is able to get the kernel image over tftp and to provide the kernel with commandline settings for NFS.\\
 The dtb-file and kernel image have to be provided via tftp and the rootfs via nfs.\\ The dtb-file and kernel image have to be provided via tftp and the rootfs via nfs.\\
  

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