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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2] i.MX51 Framebuffer support
On Wed, Jan 05, 2011 at 02:04:20PM +0100, Julien Boibessot wrote:
> Hello,
> Sascha Hauer a écrit :
> > The following series adds i.MX51 framebuffer support based on the IPUv3. It
> > is not perfect but I decided it is good enough to open it for a wider audience
> > and collect first reviews. I tested this on a babbage board using both outputs
> > (VGA/DVI) with different resolutions up to 1680x1050 and different colour depths.
> > I also tested it on one custom board using a fixed display setting.
> >
> This driver is also working fine for me on a custom i.MX51 board with a
> 800x480 18 bits TFT LCD (16bpp mode).
> The only strange thing I noticed was a kind of uggly sprite/artefact
> (32x32, I would say) appearing at the same time as the Linux console. I
> think it may be related to a hardware cursor badly (?) initialised, but
> I didn't find a fix yet.
> It disappears when I launch a graphical application (Qt or SDL).

It may be the penguin, but I remember a similar report also talkling
about hardware cursors. I can't reproduce this. You could search for
cursor in the IPU section of the manual and play with the corresponding


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