I flashed Boot2Qt on an Ixora 1.1A eval carrier board with an Apalis iMX6 som. That worked without any issues. Now I have a board from a third party vendor, which is based on an Ixora 1.0 + the same som. I can interact with the uboot. I can flash Linux LXDE, and use that via minicom. I managed to flash and boot into Boot2Qt - but once the kernel loads I can no longer enter any input. I can’t simply type in my login info at the prompt. Qt documentation says the following:
The Ixora carrier board has a USB 2.0
OTG interface available on a Micro-AB
connector (X9). The jumper JP2 must be
set to open position to enable the OTG
mode and make Qt Creator communication
via this USB interface possible.
Is this related to the issue perhaps? Do I need to set some jumpers, or pass some boot arguments etc? What am I missing? My host is connected via a 6 pin serial uart cable. There is a usb c port on the board, but I’m not using that. Should I be?