Pi2 and 3 image improvements (GLES, GPIO)

Alejandro J. Cura alejandro.cura at canonical.com
Tue Jan 24 19:30:35 UTC 2017

After installing with --devmode the very latest mir-kiosk that Albert just
uploaded to the store in edge, and then reinstalling mir-kiosk-apps with
devmode as well, I've got it all running on a raspi2.
alecu at localhost:~$ snap list
Name            Version        Rev  Developer  Notes
core            16.04.1        976  canonical  -
mir-kiosk       0.1            22   canonical  devmode
mir-kiosk-apps  0.1            11   canonical  devmode
mir-libs        0.1            20   canonical  devmode
pi2             16.04-0.17     36   canonical  -
pi2-kernel      4.4.0-1040-47  26   canonical  -
alecu at localhost:~$ snap interfaces | grep mir
:network                  mir-kiosk-apps
:opengl                   mir-kiosk,mir-kiosk-apps
mir-kiosk:mir             mir-kiosk-apps
mir-libs:mir-libs         mir-kiosk,mir-kiosk-apps
alecu at localhost:~$

I'll give it a try on the raspi3 now.

big thanks to Ogra and Albert that helped me debug this on #snappy.


On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 6:36 AM, Oliver Grawert <ogra at ubuntu.com> wrote:

> hi,
> Am Montag, den 23.01.2017, 17:53 -0300 schrieb Alejandro J. Cura:
> >
> > ...
> > Any ideas on what I should try, or how to further debug this? I can
> > upload the crash report if it helps.
> first of all make sure to only use the very latest daily edge image
> (url is in my original mail, the setup only works with the right gadget
> and kernel, they need to be in sync).
> all issues with mir were fixed with the most recent mir-kiosk snap so
> you can just snap install them from the store from the edge channel (i
> just tested them on two fresh installs on the pi2 and 3) ...
> there is however the content sharing interface involved in using the
> mir-libs which still has issues, make sure you did the
> disable/disconnect/connect/enable dance described on the mir wiki
> the least you should get is a black screen with a mouse cursor right
> after (well about 15-30 sec after) boot ... it definitely works for me
> on both test boards.
> ciao
>         oli
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