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Registered: ‎06-19-2018

Cannot find the ADV7511 device driver in my linux

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I have built the kernel with the ADV7511, and when I connected my screen with HDMI cable, the screen show the linux system normally.But!!! I can't find the ADV7511 driver, the /dev list in my system is shown as below:

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I need to operate the driver node, so how can I do to find the adv7511 driver?

 

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Registered: ‎06-19-2018

Re: Cannot find the ADV7511 device driver in my linux

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Thanks for your reply, and I figured it out. the device node is named /dev/fb0 in the linux, I write images in it successfully.
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Registered: ‎06-03-2015

Re: Cannot find the ADV7511 device driver in my linux

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Hi

ADV7511 driver is from Analog Devices, regards HDMI video output driver.

Basically showing device name is depends on the driver file , if we are adding it Kernel , extra function should call for adding as device node , which it will show as /dev/adv7511 , & /bus, /sys part of Linux Device policy (Name of Device, Type of Bus, Bus name using container_of macro).

 

Giving you the reference how to add the ADV7511 to Xilinx Zynq Boards, please check the same.

https://wiki.analog.com/resources/tools-software/linux-drivers/platforms/zynq

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Satish G

G Satish Kumar
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Re: Cannot find the ADV7511 device driver in my linux

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Thanks for your reply, and I figured it out. the device node is named /dev/fb0 in the linux, I write images in it successfully.
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