Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of venice/multimedia


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Timestamp:
01/18/2022 08:07:22 PM (8 months ago)
Author:
Tim Harvey
Comment:

added examples for gw72xx

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    7171Device-Tree changes:
    72  - to add a device to your system you must properly configure your device-tree to describe how the device is connected to the host processor and other peripherals. Often this is most easily done via a device-tree overlay. The Gateworks venice kernels have dt overlays that support the DFROBOT 5in and 7in displays on the GW720x and GW730x boards. The dt overlay can be applied to the dt prior to booting the kernel by U-Boot. For example on a GW730x:
     72 - to add a device to your system you must properly configure your device-tree to describe how the device is connected to the host processor and other peripherals. Often this is most easily done via a device-tree overlay. The Gateworks venice kernels have dt overlays that support the DFROBOT 5in and 7in displays on the GW720x and GW730x boards. The dt overlay can be applied to the dt prior to booting the kernel by U-Boot. Examples:
     73  * GW730x display:
    7374{{{#!bash
    7475setenv fdt_overlays imx8mm-venice-gw73xx-0x-rpidsi.dtbo
    7576saveenv
    7677}}}
     78  * GW720x display:
     79{{{#!bash
     80setenv fdt_overlays imx8mm-venice-gw72xx-0x-rpidsi.dtbo
     81saveenv
     82}}}
     83
    7784
    7885The Linux runtime devices:
     
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    176183Device-Tree changes:
    177  - to add a device to your system you must properly configure your device-tree to describe how the device is connected to the host processor and other peripherals. Often this is most easily done via a device-tree overlay. The Gateworks venice kernels have dt overlays that support the IMX219 !RaspberryPi v2 camera module
    178  on the GW720x and GW730x boards. The dt overlay can be applied to the dt prior to booting the kernel by U-Boot. For example on a GW730x:
     184 - to add a device to your system you must properly configure your device-tree to describe how the device is connected to the host processor and other peripherals. Often this is most easily done via a device-tree overlay. The Gateworks venice kernels have dt overlays that support the IMX219 !RaspberryPi v2 camera module on the GW720x and GW730x boards. The dt overlay can be applied to the dt prior to booting the kernel by U-Boot. Examples:
     185  * GW730x imx219 camera:
    179186{{{#!bash
    180187setenv fdt_overlays imx8mm-venice-gw73xx-0x-imx219.dtbo
    181188saveenv
    182189}}}
     190  * GW720x imx219 camera:
     191{{{#!bash
     192setenv fdt_overlays imx8mm-venice-gw72xx-0x-imx219.dtbo
     193saveenv
     194}}}
     195
    183196
    184197Examples: