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OOBE demo on TWR-VF65GS10-KIT has issues using Timesys LinuxLink build

Question asked by Laszlo Oberlander on Nov 20, 2014

Dear Timesys Support,

 

I am using the TWR-VF65GS10-KIT (Rev H) setup and have issues with the OOBE demo. The OOBE demo that is preprogrammed on the SD card seems to be operating as expected, but my "OOBE Demo" Timesys Workorder "template" based recent built image is not running the OOBE test application properly

I get the following on the console:

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| VYBRID OOBE |

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For all feature use TWR-VF65GS1 with TWR-ELEV and TWR-SER(2)

- measure data on CM4 core and sends it to CA5 core by MCC

- the data are shown on the display

- runs web WebGL server with accelerometer data

- using static ip adress 192.168.1.3

- for dhpc modify /etc/network/interfaces in RFS

- plays videos

- control LEDs based on accelerometer data

 

Welcome to the Vybrid world: Rich Applications in Real Time

more on www.freescale.com/vybrid

 

dev: /dev/fb0, alpha=255

dev: /dev/fb1, alpha=0

dev: /dev/fb2, alpha=255

CA5: Start of constructor

Pipeline string is: filesrc location=/home/media/big_buck_bunny_480x272_mpeg4.mov ! queue ! qtdemux ! ffdec_mpeg4 ! videorate drop-only=true ! autoconvert ! fbdevsink device=/dev/fb2

dev: /dev/fb0, alpha=255

CA5: Endpoint is 0,1,1

CA5: End of constructor

CA5: Tx request to 1,0,1 from 0,1,1

CA5:Error: mcc_send error: 4

CA5: Tx request to 1,0,1 from 0,1,1

CA5:Error: mcc_send error: 6

CA5: Tx request to 1,0,1 from 0,1,1

CA5:Error: mcc_send error: 6

CA5: Tx request to 1,0,1 from 0,1,1

CA5:Error: mcc_send error: 6

CA5: Tx request to 1,0,1 from 0,1,1

CA5:Error: mcc_send error: 6

CA5: Tx request to 1,0,1 from 0,1,1

CA5:Error: mcc_send error: 6

CA5: Tx request to 1,0,1 from 0,1,1

CA5:Error: mcc_send error: 6

 

The mcc driver is running as lsmod reports it, but there might not be anybody listening on the other side. Is there a way to figure that out?

 

In addition to the above, it seems that the accelerometer controlled LEDs also have issues. They do not change as I tilt the board.

 

Would you please try the OOBE build (using your template) directly from LinuxLink?

 

I have attached the following 3 files with the console outputs:

- Console_using_NFS.txt : The LinuxLink built image started up through NFS

- Console_using_SD.txt : The LinuxLink built image started up through programming up the SD card

- Console_using_SD_factory.txt : The SD card with the pre-programmed image as it came in the TWR-VF65GS10-KIT (Rev H) kit

Original Attachment has been moved to: Console_using_NFS.txt.zip

Original Attachment has been moved to: Console_using_SD.txt.zip

Original Attachment has been moved to: Console_using_SD_Factory.txt.zip

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