Am 14.12.21 um 19:14 schrieb Peter Robinson:
>> I'm working very often with my Pinebook Pro. Due the work I've a few question:
>> - USB-C port on the left, display output for external monitor didn't work
>> Is there a need to update firmware to flash ? Size of files are changed
> It's not related to the firmware, it's not supported in the upstream
> kernel. It comes down to how the HW implements the various "Alt"
> options for USB-C and there needs to be work done on the rockchip
> "USB-C multiplexer" driver that switches the functionality. When it
> lands upstream it'll just work but I'm not aware of anyone actually
> doing to work to get that upstream. There's been a bunch of hacks but
> nothing that's maintainable upstream.
>> - Wayland
>> Content of window ist missing, windows has to resize to show content, older X11 works fine.
> What desktop or compositor? Need more details.
>> - internal Speaker didn't work, not important for me as I'm using a Bluetooth speaker
> There's work needed on the Alsa UCM2 profiles here, there has been
> some upstream work that has landed in Fedora but it didn't work for me
> either, I've not had time to further investigate/debug this and the
> documentation on how the alsa UCM profile stuff works is poor to say
> the least and I'm not had time to dig deeper. Assistance is welcome
>> All tested with up2date Fedora 35
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Thank you Peter for the explanation regarding USB-C.
Regarding Probs with Wayland: I'm using KDE on my Pinebook Pro. With
Wayland only the border of Firefox , Thunderbird and other non KDE
Software appears. I have to downsize / upsize the window often to get
normal behavior. KDE Software seems to work fine.
Hope this helps.
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