13.1.0 development build 19 released
pgf at laptop.org
Mon Dec 17 12:00:46 EST 2012
> On Sun, Dec 16, 2012 at 10:40 AM, Daniel Drake <dsd at laptop.org> wrote:
> > XO-4 now has HDMI support in Linux (#12350).
> Once of the perks of having an AV contractor in the house is that it wasn't
> hard to dig up the proper HDMI adaptor. Still mostly the same issue as
> build 18 as noted in #12350, but under build 19 there's no HDMI output at
> all after entering boot instead of the TV hanging on the OFW screen while
> the XO boots.
> I tried both 720p and 1080p.
i can't tell if you're not getting signal at all, or just in OFW.
if the former, and you're using a B1 unit (and i assume you are), then
there's a good chance that the cable isn't making contact properly.
the jack is mounted just a little too far back from the edge of the
motherboard, and so too far from the outside of the laptop. it's only
off by a millimeter or so -- if you don't mind trimming just a bit of
the rubber encapsulation from around the metal part of the micro-hdmi
plug, it should help. (fixed on C1 units)
if the latter, and you have signal in OFW but not linux, be sure your
upgrade to q7b09 was successful. linux hdmi won't work without it.
paul fox, pgf at laptop.org
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