Adding 1280x720 resolution to HDMI and other changes.
3.7: Beaglebone HDMI: Refresh patches
Signed-off-by: Joel A Fernandes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Applied, but still no picture on my screen:
root@bonelt:~# uname -a
Linux bonelt 3.7.0-rc8 #328 SMP Thu Dec 6 23:03:17 CET 2012 armv7l GNU/Linux
root@bonelt:~# dmesg | grep -i hdmi
[ 1.411833] capebus bone:0: Slot #1 id='NXP HDMI on CapeBus,00A1,Beagleboardtoys,Override Part#'
[ 1.564359] bonegeneric bone-0:1: NXP HDMI on CapeBus: V=00A1 'bone-generic-cape'
[ 1.691428] hdmitx(tda19989) 1.3.0 compiled: Dec 6 2012 23:03:02 -ioctl (2009-10-15)
[ 1.974223] HDMI TX SW Version:5.3 compatibility:0
[ 2.999455] hdmi EDID received
[ 3.002718] tmdlHdmiTxGetEdidSourceAddress 3813
# D: 92.756 MHz, H: 56.318 kHz, V: 75.191 Hz
geometry 1280 720 1280 720 16
timings 10781 219 109 19 5 39 5
I'm sorry I didn't realise it was merged, apologise on my part. Thank you Koen and Robert. I've also cleared my comments to avoid confusing others. New to GitHub pull requests!
Coming back to the issue, Koen can you try different monitors? Also what beaglebone rev is this? Do you see a pixclk signal on the expansion header? I tried 3 monitors here and all work.
The part that stands out in the past about is that it is using a 92mhz pixclock instead of the 72 needed for 720p60