1. Integrate the better driver yourself in the kernel (quite a job to be honest)
2. Wait for the betetr driver to appear in the 'next' RPi kernel. It is in the Debian development streams somewhere IIRC.
3. Get a RPi B instead of a B+.
Looks good! I use a similar HDMI to DVI-D solution and it works fine on my monitor.ambenchi wrote:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1-5M-Gold-HDM ... 19debb24fc
Is this good?
I see an eMMC slot on the bottom.fruitoftheloom wrote:Uses a TF Card for running the OS, could be an issue in embedded devices, the CM is better with the eMMC, IMO
It looks like a halfway house between an A and CM
Though good to see competition....
For noobs: press Key 3rfrazier wrote:
If you have not got a picture on composite with the right cable, try disconnecting any HDMI monitor you have attached when booting. I read something somewhere about holding down a key on the keyboard while booting, but don't know how that works.