Fair enough. While you're here, I have one basic question about whatever OS you've got for Rockchip...out of the box does it read EDID information from an attached monitor and set the resolution to appropriate values? If not, is there a straight forward, well documented, way to set the resolution parameters, such as some sort of well documented configuration file?jacobchen wrote:I am a engineer in rockchip, I think you guys have a prejudice against Chinese SoC manufacturer.....
According to my previous experience with rpi, I don't think broadcom is more open than rockchip.......
If you have concern about mainline kernel, you will find that linux-rockchip list is one of the most busy venodr lists.
Almost all rockchip SoC can run with mainline kernel. We upstream code before even selling the chip.
We also have offical github to release our linux projects.
Just Rockchip community is not big like rpi community and most work is done by vendor.
I happen to consider that to be pretty basic user functionality and I've found it to be missing on a number of OSes run on SBCs, with Raspbian and the Pi a notable exception that gets it right.