Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread Michael Zanetti
On Thursday 12 March 2009 12:59:45 Denis Shulyaka wrote:
 Hi list!
 I think something similar have already been discussed here, but not
 exactly my problem.
 The problem is: I can't wake up from suspend. The first time after
 reboot I try to wake it up it showes me a white screen with a
 horisontal gray line at the bottom which quickly fades to black
 screen. The rest of the system is working, I can ssh into the device
 and suspend it again using power button.
 The next time I try to wake it up it usually showes me black screen,
 but sometimes it's white and sometimes I see vertical black/gray/white
 'jazzy' lines that respond on me touching the screen. The most
 interesting thing is that sometimes it showes a normal screen even if
 it was unable to wake up previously.
 I can't tell whether it is temperature related, but it definately
 doesn't matter how long it was suspended.
 It never happens on startup.
 I'm using OM 2008.12 distribution. I tried andy-tracking kernel about
 a month ago with no luck.
 Is it a ralatively common problem or I'm so unlucky to be the only one?



I had this issue too after trying out andy-tracking. It seems to be related o 
Qi.

I have found this workaround on the devel mailing list:

create a file /etc/apm/resume.d/01display:

#!/bin/sh
export DISPLAY=:0
echo qvga-normal  /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/state
echo normal  /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/state
xrandr -s 480x640

make it executable and enjoy your WSOD-free Neo Freerunner :)

Hope this helps.
Michael

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Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread Tomas Riveros Schober
Denis Shulyaka escribió:
 Hi list!
 I think something similar have already been discussed here, but not
 exactly my problem.
 The problem is: I can't wake up from suspend. The first time after
 reboot I try to wake it up it showes me a white screen with a
 horisontal gray line at the bottom which quickly fades to black
 screen. The rest of the system is working, I can ssh into the device
 and suspend it again using power button.
 The next time I try to wake it up it usually showes me black screen,
 but sometimes it's white and sometimes I see vertical black/gray/white
 'jazzy' lines that respond on me touching the screen. The most
 interesting thing is that sometimes it showes a normal screen even if
 it was unable to wake up previously.
 I can't tell whether it is temperature related, but it definately
 doesn't matter how long it was suspended.
 It never happens on startup.
 I'm using OM 2008.12 distribution. I tried andy-tracking kernel about
 a month ago with no luck.
 Is it a ralatively common problem or I'm so unlucky to be the only one?

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that happened to me while using Qi with 2008.12
try to use u-boot instead, and remember to install the kernel modules 
after flashing

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Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread Denis Shulyaka
The resume script workaround works, thank you!
I'll think about switching back to u-boot, but for the moment I'm
quite happy with Qi.
Thank you again!

2009/3/12, Michael Zanetti michael_zane...@gmx.net:
 On Thursday 12 March 2009 12:59:45 Denis Shulyaka wrote:
 Hi list!
 I think something similar have already been discussed here, but not
 exactly my problem.
 The problem is: I can't wake up from suspend. The first time after
 reboot I try to wake it up it showes me a white screen with a
 horisontal gray line at the bottom which quickly fades to black
 screen. The rest of the system is working, I can ssh into the device
 and suspend it again using power button.
 The next time I try to wake it up it usually showes me black screen,
 but sometimes it's white and sometimes I see vertical black/gray/white
 'jazzy' lines that respond on me touching the screen. The most
 interesting thing is that sometimes it showes a normal screen even if
 it was unable to wake up previously.
 I can't tell whether it is temperature related, but it definately
 doesn't matter how long it was suspended.
 It never happens on startup.
 I'm using OM 2008.12 distribution. I tried andy-tracking kernel about
 a month ago with no luck.
 Is it a ralatively common problem or I'm so unlucky to be the only one?



 I had this issue too after trying out andy-tracking. It seems to be related
 o
 Qi.

 I have found this workaround on the devel mailing list:

 create a file /etc/apm/resume.d/01display:

 #!/bin/sh
 export DISPLAY=:0
 echo qvga-normal  /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/state
 echo normal  /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/state
 xrandr -s 480x640

 make it executable and enjoy your WSOD-free Neo Freerunner :)

 Hope this helps.
 Michael

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Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread Stefan Fröbe

  create a file /etc/apm/resume.d/01display:

...
As I was one of the first promoters of this fix I want to just update that (
as announced by Andy in the associated ticket ) the git commit Fix jbt6k74
qvga_normal state handling 83cf37799009 from Feb. 25th fixed all resume
issues I had  - no more need for any special resume handling !

Stefan
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Re: Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe

On Mar 12, 2009 3:25pm, Stefan Fröbe frob...@googlemail.com wrote:
As I was one of the first promoters of this fix I want to just update  
that ( as announced by Andy in the associated ticket ) the git  
commit Fix jbt6k74 qvga_normal state handling 83cf37799009 from Feb.  
25th fixed all resume issues I had - no more need for any special resume  
handling !


Which distro are you using? With FSO Milestone 5.1 and the andy-tracking  
kernel+modules 15ca3dafb2662db4 from the 7th March. It fixed my resume  
problems, but USB stopped working.


Regards

Jeff
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Re: Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread Stefan Fröbe
On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 3:40 PM, jeffrey.ratcli...@gmail.com wrote:

 On Mar 12, 2009 3:25pm, Stefan Fröbe frob...@googlemail.com wrote:
  As I was one of the first promoters of this fix I want to just update
 that ( as announced by Andy in the associated ticket ) the git commit Fix
 jbt6k74 qvga_normal state handling 83cf37799009 from Feb. 25th fixed all
 resume issues I had  - no more need for any special resume handling !

 Which distro are you using? With FSO Milestone 5.1 and the andy-tracking
 kernel+modules 15ca3dafb2662db4 from the 7th March. It fixed my resume
 problems, but USB stopped working.


I'm also using FSO-ms5.1, switched to experimental and andy-tracking from
about 2 days ago (can check exact version at home later) : no issues with
USB, only thing not working here is that Qi doesn't react to AUX presses on
start so partition selection doesn't work...
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Re: Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread Stefan Fröbe
On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 3:55 PM, Stefan Fröbe frob...@googlemail.comwrote:

 On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 3:40 PM, jeffrey.ratcli...@gmail.com wrote:

 On Mar 12, 2009 3:25pm, Stefan Fröbe frob...@googlemail.com wrote:
  As I was one of the first promoters of this fix I want to just update
 that ( as announced by Andy in the associated ticket ) the git commit Fix
 jbt6k74 qvga_normal state handling 83cf37799009 from Feb. 25th fixed all
 resume issues I had  - no more need for any special resume handling !

 Which distro are you using? With FSO Milestone 5.1 and the andy-tracking
 kernel+modules 15ca3dafb2662db4 from the 7th March. It fixed my resume
 problems, but USB stopped working.


 I'm also using FSO-ms5.1, switched to experimental and andy-tracking from
 about 2 days ago (can check exact version at home later) : no issues with
 USB, only thing not working here is that Qi doesn't react to AUX presses on
 start so partition selection doesn't work...

 Just a little update :
andy-tracking-5457a45a5d4ca2c3 (Clean up camera driver) from 2 days ago
worked flawlessy as far as I can tell ( only tried USB, GSM  GPS - no BT or
WLAN ).
I just upgraded to latest
uImage-moredrivers-GTA02_andy-tracking-1e257a0e99817a33 and everything still
seems in order, so there must be some other problem with your USB.

Stefan
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Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread Rask Ingemann Lambertsen
On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 11:03:57AM -0300, Tomas Riveros Schober wrote:

 try to use u-boot instead, and remember to install the kernel modules 
 after flashing

   I'd instal the modules _before_ flashing the kernel to eliminate the
window where you don't have any modules for the newly flashed kernel.

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Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/3/12 Michael Zanetti michael_zane...@gmx.net:
 create a file /etc/apm/resume.d/01display:

 #!/bin/sh
 export DISPLAY=:0
 echo qvga-normal  /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/state
 echo normal  /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/state
 xrandr -s 480x640

 make it executable and enjoy your WSOD-free Neo Freerunner :)

This works for me, too.

Regards

Jeff

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