Hello. We are trying to run ICS on our platform "jarod" OMAP4430. We are working from the sources from AOSP: - ICS root file system sources - omap android kernel 3.x - PVR binaries from https://dl.google.com/dl/android/aosp/imgtec-panda-iml74k-cfb7bdad.tgz We use the state "pandaboard" to build the rootfs (source build/envsetup.sh; lunch full_panda-eng). We have already integrated modifications in the kernel to reflect specificities of our platform (DDR2, WiFi, touchscreen, ...). The Android logo appears7411.android_ics_kernel3.txt on boot (the framebuffer is operational). However the Kernel seems to not be able to use the PVR librairies. Please see the attached trace from our board (kernel traces and logcat). The main difference between the pandaboard and our board device is on the video output. Our LVDS transceiver needs 3x6bits RGB data. Could you confirm that the PVR libraries are able to work in such a mode?
Yes, the PVR libraires work in 18-bit color. I am sorry, I do not see any attachments, can you simiply cut-and-paste the logs in?
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I'm sorry, I did read the attached logs. There is a kernel panic, but it isn't complely clear where from. I can't say for sure if its caused by OpenGLRenderer. It appears as if its something else.
Olivier is not available.
I'm not familar with the CSR system and attached the log file from the initial Olivier's Request. Let me know if ok
Bernard Vicens, EBV
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