Friday, September 24, 2021

[fedora-arm] Re: Wiki claims RPi 4 is not supported

On Fri, Sep 24, 2021 at 7:23 PM Stefan Wahren <> wrote:
> Am 24.09.21 um 04:47 schrieb Donatom M:
> > I just restarted my fedora-arm system on raspberry pi 4 after days of
> > using another system and found that the sound does in fact work (I
> > shut off all devices but my bluetooth speaker in the pavucontrol
> > configuration window -- misconfiguration in pavucontrol likely was the
> > reason I could not get audio to work before).
> >
> > So I would say that the mainline fedora-ARM aarch64 kernel is
> > functioning pretty well on my system: video works well as does audio,
> > all usb ports work (usb 2 and 3) and I am able to start up on an SSD
> > with no problem. Wifi and bluetooth have been functional out of the box.
> I was imprecise in my mail about audio support. HDMI audio (provided by
> vc4) should work, the audio jack (provided by bcm2835-audio) should not.

That's mostly my experience, that HDMI audio works most of the time,
but we've had a bunch of random regressions upstream, it seems to come
and go hence why my general point is that it's not supported,
ultimately in fact now I see that as generally the case for vc4 as a
whole it used to be very stable but now it's stability in general
seems to vary greatly.

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