Mainly from discussions with me, and only run as 32 bit.
Pass.Gavinmc42 wrote:His V3D driver is being used in Gentoo64 and Fedora64 for Pi3's.
So this driver compiles in 64bit mode which probably mean the v4l2 will too?
Unicam is the CSI2 receiver peripheral. Nearly there in our kernel https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/pull/2513 (I got hacked off with the upstreaming process but it should get ressurrected as time allows).Gavinmc42 wrote:I think there is something called Unicam?
Quick google found this
Even if raw data only was working it could be useful in Aarch64 and use the NEON stuff for image processing.
Start looking in the latest/next kernel source?
I was aware of the Toshiba chip, just forgotten what it did, HDMI to CSI.Unicam is the CSI2 receiver peripheral.
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