Dear Torizon experts.
Aiming for using two lvds displays, in recent questions you have recommended to prepare overlays with your TorizonCore Builder Tool (Community Question).
This has worked for using the two displays, but only one at a time. The image does not start the second lvds display since framebuffers are not enabled or rather specified in your overlay repository of branch (“toradex_5.4.y”).
At least, this is the case for your most recent images, which are e.g…
…from my perspective. These have been built with the meta-toradex-bsp-common repository (more precisely the root/recipes-kernel/linux/linux-toradex-mainline_5.4.bb).
However, using the command of you TorizonCore Bulder Tool
torizoncore-builder dt checkout
this “toradex_5.4.y” branch will be used since this is the default and here, mxcfb1, mxcfb2, mxcfb3 and mxcfb4 are not specified.
Having a look on the branch “toradex_5.4-2.1.x-imx” of that repository, I have figured out that the framebuffers (mxcfb1, mxcfb2, mxcfb3 and mxcfb4) are specified, here.
You can see this at link (e.g. at line 94).
Selecting this specific branch with the command of your TorizonCore Bulder Tool
torizoncore-builder dt checkout --branch toradex_5.4-2.1.x-imx
regrettably, it is not possible to apply the dt command successfully. Of course, this is because of the different kernel versions…
- Do you provide a Torizon Image in your artifactory, that is buit on the toradex_5.4-2.1.x-imx branch?
- Alternatively, how can the framebuffers be enabled in the toradex_5.4.y branch?
- Are you going to update you linux-toradex-mainline_5.4.bb, so that the “KBRANCH=toradex_5.4-2.1.x-imx”?
I am looking forward to hear from you.
Many thanky for your help.