Our beagleboard XM rev B will hang at the bootanimation and could't enter the launch state when the froyo boot up sometimes. But this may occur one time when boot up ten times.
The attachment is the logcat when the froyo hang.
Can you please try to use the latest gingerbread release for Beagleboard Xm.
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We modify many android system file to fit our requirement, and it took my three week to download the froyo source.
If we use ginerbread, I think we would delay the release our product time, these is very bad.
So we need a simple resolution to fix this problem on froyo.
If we use ginerbread, I think we would delay the product release time, this is very bad.
If you do not have enough time to migrate to new release. Then I would recommend just take the latest SGX and build for your release. This error will go off.
We also found this kind of error for few of the cases. But in the new release it went off.
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Could you give me the url to download the latest SGX?
It looks that the latest sgx was updated in 2010 08, does this version could solve our problem?
The url I could find sgx is http://gitorious.org/rowboat/ti_android_sgx_sdk
Is this the right url to get the latest sgx?
Correct link is as below:
Could you tell me the useful files which build from the hardware-ti-sgx for fixing these problem.
When I compare the pvrsrvkm.ko and omaplfb.ko with the old version, I find they have the same binary data, And I find the version of the installed share library as the same as the libarary which we used in the problem version.
Because this problem don't occur every time, so we need find the exactly file I need replace. We used the TF Card to test the system not NFS.
These are the install sgx log:
boot script rc.pvr -> /system/bin/sgx/rc.pvrkernel module pvrsrvkm.ko -> /system/bin/sgx/pvrsrvkm.kokernel module omaplfb.ko -> /system/bin/sgx/omaplfb.koshared library libGLESv1_CM_POWERVR_SGX530_125.so -> /system/lib/egl/libGLESv1_CM_POWERVR_SGX530_125.so.220.127.116.1166shared library libGLESv2_POWERVR_SGX530_125.so -> /system/lib/egl/libGLESv2_POWERVR_SGX530_125.so.18.104.22.16866shared library libglslcompiler.so -> /system/lib/libglslcompiler.so.22.214.171.12466shared library libIMGegl.so -> /system/lib/libIMGegl.so.126.96.36.19966shared library libEGL_POWERVR_SGX530_125.so -> /system/lib/egl/libEGL_POWERVR_SGX530_125.so.188.8.131.5266shared library libpvr2d.so -> /system/lib/libpvr2d.so.184.108.40.20666shared library libsrv_um.so -> /system/lib/libsrv_um.so.220.127.116.1166shared library libPVRScopeServices.so -> /system/lib/libPVRScopeServices.so.18.104.22.16866shared library gralloc.omap3.so -> /system/lib/hw/gralloc.omap3.so.22.214.171.12466shared library libfakehal.so -> /system/lib/libfakehal.so.126.96.36.19966shared library libpvrANDROID_WSEGL.so -> /system/lib/libpvrANDROID_WSEGL.so.188.8.131.5266shared library libsfutil.so -> /system/lib/libsfutil.so.184.108.40.20666binary pvrsrvinit -> /system/bin/pvrsrvinitbinary sgx_init_test -> /system/bin/sgx_init_testbinary gles2test1 -> /system/bin/gles2test1shader glsltest1_vertshader.txt -> /system/bin/glsltest1_vertshader.txtshader glsltest1_fragshaderA.txt -> /system/bin/glsltest1_fragshaderA.txtshader glsltest1_fragshaderB.txt -> /system/bin/glsltest1_fragshaderB.txtbinary gles1test1 -> /system/bin/gles1test1binary services_test -> /system/bin/services_testbinary sgx_blit_test -> /system/bin/sgx_blit_testbinary sgx_flip_test -> /system/bin/sgx_flip_testbinary sgx_render_flip_test -> /system/bin/sgx_render_flip_testbinary pvr2d_test -> /system/bin/pvr2d_testbinary eglinfo -> /system/bin/eglinfobinary hal_client_test -> /system/bin/hal_client_testbinary hal_server_test -> /system/bin/hal_server_testbinary framebuffer_test -> /system/bin/framebuffer_testbinary texture_benchmark -> /system/bin/texture_benchmarkbinary xmultiegltest -> /system/bin/xmultiegltest
I was looking at the logcat output attached. Seems the hang is beacuse of the following -
>>>> E/FramebufferNativeWindow( 1338): couldn't open framebuffer HAL (Bad address)
Which says it doesn't have sufficient memory for the framebuffer.
Could you please let us know the bootargs? Probably that would help.
The bootargs is:
console=ttyS2,115200n8 androidboot.console=ttyS2 mem=256M root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 rw rootfstype=ext3 rootdelay=1 init=/init ip=off mpurate=1000 omap_vout.vid1_static_vrfb_alloc=y omapdss.def_disp=dvi vram=16M omapfb.vram=0:8M
The bootargs looks fine. We have seen similar issues in the past on beagle xm with silicon revision 0x0.
Can you please check the revision of your board?
Try to run the following on the target and let me know the output.
# devmem2 0x4830A204
The result is :
# ./devmem2 0x4830A2040x1b89102f
The attachment is the devmem2 source.
BTW, if our silicon revision is 0x0
How can we work around this problem? We have little time to fix this problem, and must fix it.
Thanks a lot.
Fortunately your silicon revision is 0x1. Can you please try with prebuilt binaries from our recent release on gingerbread?
Here is the link - http://bangsdowebsvr01.india.ti.com:8090/TI_Android_DevKit/TI_Android_GingerBread_2_3_4_DevKit_2_1/
If your requirement is strictly froyo then you may try with the following -
Hope this helps.
We customed many android system model, contain: services, vold, framework...etc, and customed the linux kernel, too.
So I want to know which file need I replace from the TI_Android_DevKit/02_02_00 prebuilt binares then could reslove this problem.
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