FingerlessGloves
Posts: 2
Joined: Sat Nov 18, 2023 7:40 pm

TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Sat Nov 18, 2023 7:44 pm

Hi,

Has anyone else here tried the Raspberry Pi TV HAT on the new Raspberry Pi 5?

Same Debian Bookworm install on a Pi 3B, I can play channels fine using VLC on my Desktop from the Pi 3B using TV Headend, soon as I swap out the Pi 3B for the Pi 5. Some boots the Pi 5 fails to load the hardware correctly from looking in dmesg, and if it does load, the channel either doesn't look to tune in and when it does there's loads of errors and its basically unwatchable. Sometimes it plays for a bit, breaks up and then stops.

Feels like a issue with GPIO signalling on the Pi5 maybe? Could it just be a firmware update required on the Pi 5 to fix HAT issues.

When it's detected but won't tune dmesg error.

Code: Select all

[   82.480111] cxd2880 spi0.0: DMA transaction timed out
[   82.480118] cxd2880 spi0.0: SPI transfer failed: -110
[   82.481148] spi_master spi0: failed to transfer one message from queue
[   82.481152] cxd2880_spi: cxd2880_spi_read_ts: spi_sync failed
[   82.704117] cxd2880 spi0.0: DMA transaction timed out
[   82.704125] cxd2880 spi0.0: SPI transfer failed: -110
[   82.705155] spi_master spi0: failed to transfer one message from queue
[   82.705487] cxd2880_spi: cxd2880_spi_read_ts: spi_sync failed
Love to hear what you guys think.

MattMcHoney
Posts: 2
Joined: Tue Oct 24, 2023 6:20 am

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Fri Dec 01, 2023 5:28 pm

I tried just a little while ago, and I get a kernel panic on boot. Have you found a solution in the meantime?

FingerlessGloves
Posts: 2
Joined: Sat Nov 18, 2023 7:40 pm

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Thu Dec 07, 2023 11:07 am

MattMcHoney wrote:
Fri Dec 01, 2023 5:28 pm
I tried just a little while ago, and I get a kernel panic on boot. Have you found a solution in the meantime?
I had that a few times, but still no fix. I just went back to using my Pi3B for the moment, feels like maybe a bug in the RP1 maybe. 🤔

patadune
Posts: 2
Joined: Fri Dec 08, 2023 4:05 pm

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Fri Dec 08, 2023 4:22 pm

I'm experiencing similar issues (TVHeadend is not working, I can see "Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address" printed by the kernel when trying to start it, see https://imgur.com/a/KIZ0rq5)

Interestingly only the new, RPi5-specific "2712" kernel is having the issue

I was able to set kernel=kernel8.img in /boot/firmware/config.txt and make the TV Hat work

So maybe this has to do with the new 16k page size?

DirkS
Posts: 11017
Joined: Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:46 pm
Location: Essex, UK

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Fri Dec 08, 2023 6:20 pm

patadune wrote:
Fri Dec 08, 2023 4:22 pm
So maybe this has to do with the new 16k page size?
obviously...

patadune
Posts: 2
Joined: Fri Dec 08, 2023 4:05 pm

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Sun Dec 10, 2023 6:16 pm

patadune wrote:
Fri Dec 08, 2023 4:22 pm
I was able to set kernel=kernel8.img in /boot/firmware/config.txt and make the TV Hat work
Well, I spoke too soon :'(
With kernel 6.1.0-rpi7-rpi-v8 I have no kernel panic, but I get similar errors to what FingerlessGloves reported:

Code: Select all

[ 1958.256893] spi_master spi0: RX FIFO overflow detected
[ 1958.266974] dma dma2chan1: dma2chan1 failed to stop
[ 1958.267489] cxd2880_spi: cxd2880_spi_read_ts: spi_sync failed
[ 1958.267743] spi_master spi0: RX FIFO overflow detected
[ 1958.267745] dma dma2chan1: dma2chan1 is non-idle!
[ 1958.268791] cxd2880_spi: cxd2880_spi_read_ts: spi_sync failed

strawberrypi1990
Posts: 3
Joined: Tue Jan 02, 2024 10:38 pm

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Tue Jan 02, 2024 10:43 pm

Hi folks, just wondering if you were able to get the TV HAT to work please? I just got a Raspberry Pi 5 for Christmas, doing a fresh install of Raspbian Bookworm 64-bit, then apt-get install tvheadend, it will crash the Pi !

During install of tvheadend is a seg fault:

...
Setting up libxml-sax-expat-perl (0.51-2) ...
update-perl-sax-parsers: Registering Perl SAX parser XML::SAX::Expat with priority 50...
update-perl-sax-parsers: Updating overall Perl SAX parser modules info file...
Segmentation fault

After which I cannot SSH into the Pi. Power cycling does not work either. Strangely it's completely unresponsive and I have to wipe the SDCard clean again.

strawberrypi1990
Posts: 3
Joined: Tue Jan 02, 2024 10:38 pm

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Tue Jan 02, 2024 11:15 pm

After enabling rsyslog, during install I now get some kernel errors to the console:

Setting up tvheadend (4.3-2155~gfe4df311d~bookworm) ...
Creating user: hts...
Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/tvheadend.service → /lib/systemd/system/tvheadend.service.

Message from syslogd@rpi at Jan 2 23:08:32 ...
kernel:[ 130.412531] Internal error: Oops: 0000000096000005 [#1] PREEMPT SMP

Message from syslogd@rpi at Jan 2 23:08:32 ...
kernel:[ 130.412531] Internal error: Oops: 0000000096000005 [#1] PREEMPT SMP

Message from syslogd@rpi at Jan 2 23:08:32 ...
kernel:[ 130.765218] Code: 54001780 b9402ae2 b9400b60 11000400 (f8626ab4)

Message from syslogd@rpi at Jan 2 23:08:32 ...
kernel:[ 130.765218] Code: 54001780 b9402ae2 b9400b60 11000400 (f8626ab4)

Message from syslogd@rpi at Jan 2 23:08:32 ...
kernel:[ 130.778142] Internal error: Oops: 0000000096000005 [#2] PREEMPT SMP

Message from syslogd@rpi at Jan 2 23:08:32 ...
kernel:[ 130.778142] Internal error: Oops: 0000000096000005 [#2] PREEMPT SMP

Message from syslogd@rpi at Jan 2 23:08:33 ...
kernel:[ 131.034573] Code: f9413682 9109a283 eb03005f 540000a0 (f9400042)
Segmentation fault
Segmentation fault

User avatar
rpdom
Posts: 23330
Joined: Sun May 06, 2012 5:17 am
Location: Chelmsford, Essex, UK

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Wed Jan 03, 2024 10:06 am

I tried installing tvheadend on a Pi 5 8GB running Bookworm Lite and it crashed, just the same as reported above.

I moved everything over to a Pi 4B 1GB and completed the install and everything was fine.

Switched it back to the Pi 5 and tvheadend crashes it on startup.

Back to the Pi 4B, disabled tvheadend.service.

Back to Pi 5. Now starts up normally without tvheadend.

Manually started tvheadend

Code: Select all

rpdom@raspi16:~ $ tvheadend
2024-01-03 10:05:22.973 [   INFO] main: Log started
2024-01-03 10:05:22.973 [   INFO] config: Using configuration from '/home/rpdom/.config/hts'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.005 [   INFO] http: Starting HTTP server 0.0.0.0:9981
2024-01-03 10:05:23.005 [   INFO] htsp: Starting HTSP server 0.0.0.0:9982
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] config: loaded
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] config: scanfile (re)initialization with path <none>
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: 'video' context type registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: 'audio' context type registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: '&TVHH264Decoder' decoder helper registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: '&TVHTHEORADecoder' decoder helper registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: '&TVHAACDecoder' decoder helper registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: '&TVHVORBISDecoder' decoder helper registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: '&TVHOPUSDecoder' decoder helper registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: '&TVHMPEG2VIDEOEncoder' encoder helper registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: '&TVHH264Encoder' encoder helper registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: '&TVHHEVCEncoder' encoder helper registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] transcode: '&TVHAACEncoder' encoder helper registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'mpeg2video' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'mp2' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'aac' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'vorbis' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'flac' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'libx264' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'libx265' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'libvpx' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'libvpx-vp9' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'libvorbis' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.007 [   INFO] codec: 'libopus' encoder registered
2024-01-03 10:05:23.008 [   INFO] codec: 'webtv-vp8' codec profile created
2024-01-03 10:05:23.008 [   INFO] codec: 'webtv-h264' codec profile created
2024-01-03 10:05:23.008 [   INFO] codec: 'webtv-vorbis' codec profile created
2024-01-03 10:05:23.008 [   INFO] codec: 'webtv-aac' codec profile created
2024-01-03 10:05:23.009 [   INFO] descrambler: adding CAID 2600/FFFF as ConstCW interval 10000ms pc 20 ep default (BISS)
2024-01-03 10:05:23.009 [   INFO] descrambler: adding CAID 0E00/FFFF as MultiPID interval 1000ms pc 2 ep default (PowerVu)
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'Canal Digitaal SD'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'Canal Digitaal HD'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'TV Vlaanderen SD'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'TV Vlaanderen HD'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'TéléSAT SD'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'TéléSAT HD'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'AustriaSat Astra1'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'Canal Digitaal HD'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'TV Vlaanderen HD'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'TéléSAT HD'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'AustriaSat Astra3'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'Skylink: Czech Republic'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] bouquet: new bouquet 'Skylink: Slovak Republic'
2024-01-03 10:05:23.010 [   INFO] iptv: Using 2 input thread(s)

Message from syslogd@raspi16 at Jan  3 10:05:23 ...
 kernel:[  435.848320] Internal error: Oops: 000000009600004f [#1] PREEMPT SMP

Message from syslogd@raspi16 at Jan  3 10:05:23 ...
 kernel:[  436.137091] Code: 52800020 91005261 b820003f f9401be0 (f90002a0) 

Message from syslogd@raspi16 at Jan  3 10:05:23 ...
 kernel:[  436.200067] Internal error: Oops: 0000000096000004 [#2] PREEMPT SMP

Message from syslogd@raspi16 at Jan  3 10:05:23 ...
 kernel:[  436.542873] Code: aa0003f3 2a0103f4 f90013f5 2a0203f5 (f9400400) 
2024-01-03 10:05:24.083 [   INFO] scanfile: DVB-S - loaded 1 regions with 116 networks
2024-01-03 10:05:24.083 [   INFO] scanfile: DVB-T - loaded 46 regions with 1134 networks
2024-01-03 10:05:24.083 [   INFO] scanfile: DVB-C - loaded 20 regions with 82 networks
2024-01-03 10:05:24.083 [   INFO] scanfile: ATSC-T - loaded 2 regions with 13 networks
2024-01-03 10:05:24.083 [   INFO] scanfile: ATSC-C - loaded 1 regions with 5 networks
2024-01-03 10:05:24.083 [   INFO] scanfile: ISDB-T - loaded 2 regions with 1297 networks

Message from syslogd@raspi16 at Jan  3 10:05:55 ...
 kernel:[  468.680680] Internal error: Oops: 0000000096000046 [#3] PREEMPT SMP

Message from syslogd@raspi16 at Jan  3 10:05:56 ...
 kernel:[  468.909467] Code: 91010108 54ffff4a 8b040108 cb050042 (d50b7428) 

Message from syslogd@raspi16 at Jan  3 10:05:56 ...
 kernel:[  468.920818] Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init! exitcode=0x0000000b
Edited to add:

Tried without the TV HAT and there were no problems (other than no TV, of course).

Just to note, the HAT I am using was a suspiciously cheap one from an Amazon seller. It looks identical to the genuine article (I do have one of those, but it's in use). It came in what looked like the proper packaging and everything.
Unreadable squiggle

redvli
Posts: 1735
Joined: Thu Sep 03, 2020 8:09 am

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Wed Jan 03, 2024 12:31 pm

rpdom wrote:
Wed Jan 03, 2024 10:06 am
I tried installing tvheadend on a Pi 5 8GB running Bookworm Lite and it crashed, just the same as reported above.

I moved everything over to a Pi 4B 1GB and completed the install and everything was fine.
what is uname -a for Pi4 resp. Pi5 ?

User avatar
rpdom
Posts: 23330
Joined: Sun May 06, 2012 5:17 am
Location: Chelmsford, Essex, UK

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Wed Jan 03, 2024 12:51 pm

redvli wrote:
Wed Jan 03, 2024 12:31 pm
rpdom wrote:
Wed Jan 03, 2024 10:06 am
I tried installing tvheadend on a Pi 5 8GB running Bookworm Lite and it crashed, just the same as reported above.

I moved everything over to a Pi 4B 1GB and completed the install and everything was fine.
what is uname -a for Pi4 resp. Pi5 ?
Pi 4

Code: Select all

Linux raspi16 6.1.0-rpi7-rpi-v8 #1 SMP PREEMPT Debian 1:6.1.63-1+rpt1 (2023-11-24) aarch64 GNU/Linux
Pi 5

Code: Select all

Linux raspi16 6.1.0-rpi7-rpi-2712 #1 SMP PREEMPT Debian 1:6.1.63-1+rpt1 (2023-11-24) aarch64 GNU/Linux
Unreadable squiggle

redvli
Posts: 1735
Joined: Thu Sep 03, 2020 8:09 am

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Wed Jan 03, 2024 1:45 pm

I would see if running Pi5 with -v8 kernel gets/keeps it running. The extra bus-hop for the SPI chain due to RP1 added now is I think the area where to focus on I think. I see AXI DMA etc related in an other screenshot, I haven't looked at if it was with 4k or 16k pages, but if TVH does some slightly unusual things, a traditional choice might be workaround.

dom
Raspberry Pi Engineer & Forum Moderator
Raspberry Pi Engineer & Forum Moderator
Posts: 7173
Joined: Wed Aug 17, 2011 7:41 pm
Location: Cambridge

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Wed Jan 03, 2024 3:30 pm

I've just tested a TV HAT.

The office isn't very convenient for this, but an indoor aerial in exactly the right location (not near my desk...) does get a usable signal.

I set it up on a Pi4. Tested it worked. Switched to Pi5, got the kernel panic (from dw_axi_dma_set_hw_desc).
Added "kernel=kernel8.img" to config.txt and it's playing video happily now.

It would be useful if others can confirm if that workaround helps.
If it doesn't, it would be useful to confirm if the same sdcard and TV Hat works on another, older Pi (pi0/1/2/3).

User avatar
rpdom
Posts: 23330
Joined: Sun May 06, 2012 5:17 am
Location: Chelmsford, Essex, UK

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Wed Jan 03, 2024 3:32 pm

redvli wrote:
Wed Jan 03, 2024 1:45 pm
I would see if running Pi5 with -v8 kernel gets/keeps it running. The extra bus-hop for the SPI chain due to RP1 added now is I think the area where to focus on I think. I see AXI DMA etc related in an other screenshot, I haven't looked at if it was with 4k or 16k pages, but if TVH does some slightly unusual things, a traditional choice might be workaround.
I renamed the 2712 kernel so it wouldn't be used and tvheadend appears to run fine.

Somewhere I've got an RTL SDR USB adaptor. If I can find that I'll try it with the 2712 kernel and see if that works. That would narrow it down to the TV HAT code.

I've been using Bookworm 64-bit (v8) on a Pi 3B with no problems for a few days. I have a spare 3B I can move this test setup on to as well.
Unreadable squiggle

strawberrypi1990
Posts: 3
Joined: Tue Jan 02, 2024 10:38 pm

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Wed Jan 03, 2024 11:06 pm

Success! Thanks folks. Using kernel=kernel8.img did the trick.

tvheadend will start and works, when using VLC.

I think there is another problem, however, in that tvh will crash with segv when trying to stream a channel from the browser (the "Watch TV in browser" link) but thats likely a whole different issue. I am however able to stream live TV using VLC.

FWIW, this is the log when trying to stream in the browser. Looks to be a codec issue.

2024-01-03 22:54:14.306 [ INFO] subscription: 000D: "HTTP" subscribing on channel "BBC ONE Lon", weight: 100, adapter: "Sony CXD2880 #0 : DVB-T #0", network: "DVB-T Network", mux: "490MHz", service: "BBC ONE Lon", profile="webtv-h264-aac-matroska", hostname="192.168.1.127", client="Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_15_7) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/120.0.0.0 Safari/537.36"
2024-01-03 22:54:15.378 [ INFO] transcode: 0001: 01:MPEG2VIDEO: ==> Using profile webtv-h264
2024-01-03 22:54:15.379 [ INFO] transcode: 0001: 02:MPEG2AUDIO: ==> Using profile webtv-aac
2024-01-03 22:54:15.379 [ INFO] transcode: 0001: 03:MPEG2AUDIO: ==> Filtered out
2024-01-03 22:54:15.379 [ INFO] transcode: 0001: 04:DVBSUB: ==> Filtered out
x264 [error]: invalid profile: 0
Segmentation fault

redvli
Posts: 1735
Joined: Thu Sep 03, 2020 8:09 am

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Thu Jan 04, 2024 6:29 am

rpdom wrote:
Wed Jan 03, 2024 3:32 pm
Somewhere I've got an RTL SDR USB adaptor. If I can find that I'll try it with the 2712 kernel and see if that works. That would narrow it down to the TV HAT code.

I've been using Bookworm 64-bit (v8) on a Pi 3B with no problems for a few days. I have a spare 3B I can move this test setup on to as well.
This reminded me that I still could cleanup the Pi3B+ with the TV-HAT (did in-place upgrade from bullseye to bookworm, is remote, 64-bit OS, diskless, netboot). I already removed an rtlsdr DKMS module long time ago also on Intel machines, it was just a few libs from deb10 and deb11 that seemed useless/orphan. Now all purged and did nightly reboot, no issues.

TV-HAT + TVHeadend has no issues on kernel level or so in my case on the P3iB+. I just noted that the TVHeadend package now seems to want you to put the config file somewhere else. And maybe run as other user, I already forgot. Is several years too late as I already did some NFS ID and user mapping on other computers, so kept/forced it the old way, at least not running as user 1000:1000

I think that the issue is in the SPI driver and TVH triggering it. Some memory address 4K aligned but not 16K, something like that. Less likely LE v.s. BE, although communication (serial not block) is famous for BigEndian approach.
It hits quite deep into the kernel, very rare such a total stop nowadays. But can mean quite some work to fix, I know a lot lengthy patches related MIPS BE 64K pages to fit existing 4k filesystem code from Intel ecosystem. F2FS still has to do something AFAIR.

User avatar
rpdom
Posts: 23330
Joined: Sun May 06, 2012 5:17 am
Location: Chelmsford, Essex, UK

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Thu Jan 04, 2024 8:56 am

redvli wrote:
Thu Jan 04, 2024 6:29 am
This reminded me that I still could cleanup the Pi3B+ with the TV-HAT (did in-place upgrade from bullseye to bookworm, is remote, 64-bit OS, diskless, netboot). I already removed an rtlsdr DKMS module long time ago also on Intel machines, it was just a few libs from deb10 and deb11 that seemed useless/orphan. Now all purged and did nightly reboot, no issues.
I did an Bookworm install from scratch on my TVHeadend system. A few things had changed. All my old recordings were on an external SSD (OS is on SD card), so I just had to mount those at a different place and edit the files in the PVR log to point to the new location.

I set up all the channels from scratch, which wasn't too bad, but have lost my autorecs. I'm not too bothered about that as none of them were enabled. I've kept the SD card the old system was on, so I can get at anything I've missed.

That was one of the easiest Bullseye -> Bookworm upgrades I've done. Only two services and hardly any custom stuff running on that Pi. Some of the rest are going to be a lot of work.
Unreadable squiggle

clement.moine
Posts: 1
Joined: Fri Jan 12, 2024 8:35 pm

Re: TV HAT Raspberry Pi 5

Fri Jan 12, 2024 8:42 pm

I am facing the same issue, fresh install bookworm with TV hat plugged the Pi5 stop working after seconds on boot. I am using Docker Compose to run tvheadend.

Giving the device in docker-compose.yml :

Code: Select all

tvheadend:
        image: lscr.io/linuxserver/tvheadend:latest
        container_name: tvheadend
        environment:
          - PUID=1000
          - PGID=1000
          - TZ=Etc/UTC
          - RUN_OPTS= #optional
        volumes:
          - ${ROOT:-.}/config/tvheadend:/config
          - /volume1/media/records:/recordings
        network_mode: host
        devices:
          - /dev/dvb:/dev/dvb
        restart: unless-stopped
Without the device line this "works", I mean the Pi not doing a kernel panic.

To solve the kernel panic I unplug the TV hat or comment out the /dev/dvb:/dev/dvb line.

Does anyone have a clue on what we could do ? The issue would be the same using another DVB usb device?


EDIT :

Reading more the thread I was able to solve, for those you get the same issue you need to proceed as following :

First halt the pi and remove the TV Hat to permit normal boot without kernel panic

Code: Select all

cd /boot/firmware
sudo mv kernel_2712.img kernel_2712.img.old
sudo nano config.txt
In config.txt add the following line :

Code: Select all

kernel=kernel8.img
Halt the Pi then plug the tv hat back and reboot the Pi and there you should go !

EDIT EDIT :

The above fix does solve the kernel panic and permit to go stream from tvh but after seconds the stream is stopped and running `dmseg` gives the following :

Code: Select all

[   34.145476] cxd2880 spi0.0: DVB: adapter 0 frontend 0 frequency 0 out of range (174000000..862000000)
[   53.040366] cxd2880: cxd2880_set_frontend: sys:3 freq:538000000 bw:8
[   54.060973] cxd2880: cxd2880_set_frontend: tune result 0
[   90.453494] spi_master spi0: RX FIFO overflow detected
[   90.466429] dma dma2chan1: dma2chan1 failed to stop
[   90.467499] cxd2880_spi: cxd2880_spi_read_ts: spi_sync failed
[   90.478839] spi_master spi0: RX FIFO overflow detected
[   90.478840] dma dma2chan1: dma2chan1 is non-idle!
[   90.479888] cxd2880_spi: cxd2880_spi_read_ts: spi_sync failed
[   90.632101] spi_master spi0: RX FIFO overflow detected
[   90.642251] dma dma2chan1: dma2chan1 failed to stop
[   90.647226] cxd2880_spi: cxd2880_spi_read_ts: spi_sync failed
[   90.647448] spi_master spi0: RX FIFO overflow detected
[   90.647451] dma dma2chan1: dma2chan1 is non-idle!
[   90.648495] cxd2880_spi: cxd2880_spi_read_ts: spi_sync failed
Last edited by clement.moine on Fri Jan 12, 2024 10:10 pm, edited 3 times in total.

Return to “Media centres”