On 10/24/18 1:31 PM, Peter Robinson wrote:
>> Have somebody sucsesfully run the official rpi camera on Fedora, aarch64?
>> I have f29 sucesfully running on pi 3B+ and the only glitch is my inability tu
Thank you very much for kind answer. Btw, great work on aarch64 and small baords!
> Not yet, we do have the drivers enabled in 4.19 in rawhide, and
> there's some changes in Fedora 29 which will allow us to use the
> config.txt to enable HATs and hardware like the the camera. I've not
There is a question how to do this right. When I was playing with camera on rasbian, it
enormous resources. So it will not be enugh to jsut read config.txt but also adapt it in
Thus I ended with "dual boot" one with rasbian for camera only, and one with
fully featured fedora.
Yes, there's a bunch of work done on a number of components here, the
Raspberry Pi has media acceleration engine and various other features
that will all assist this, the problem is a lot of these are focused
around the original not open source drivers, there's work being done
to enable the media acceleration at the same time as the camera.
> > had the time to yet pull those bits together to actually test the
> > camera and fix the likely missing bits. I'm hoping to get to the final
> > pieces including the testing of it and the documentation on how to
> > enable it and actually make sure it works in the coming weeks. If
> > you're interested in helping out I can provide some details of how I
> > think it should work.
> Once the documentation is done, I will hlp with testing for sure.
> > Peter
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