TI Panda Ubuntu test results 11.07

Test Matrix

Category

Feature

Priority

state

notes

Audio

HDMI audio

3

FAILED

PulseAudio disabled because 100% CPU consumption - bug 816638

audio on jacks

4

FAILED

PulseAudio disabled because 100% CPU consumption - bug 816638

Video Out - HDMI

all resolutions work

4

CANT TEST

HDMI only runs at nominal resolution for monitor

monitor recognized

3

PASSED

native resolution used

3

PASSED

xrandr lists resolutions

4

PASSED

Only nominal resolution listed

xrandr changes resolution

4

TODO

just one resolution present

monitor hotplug

4

PASSED

If you unplug/re-plug, the display reappears

disabling output results in broken display

4

CANT TEST

Please provide a HOWTO

Video Out - DVI

all resolutions

4

FAILED

fbset lists 640x480

monitor recognized

3

FAILED

fbset lists monitor, but there's nothing on the screen

native resolution used

3

N/A

No DVI

xrandr lists resolutions

4

N/A

No DVI

xrandr changes resolution

4

N/A

No DVI

monitor hotplug

4

N/A

No DVI

disabling output results in broken display

4

N/A

No DVI

Graphics

Framebuffer

2

TODO

Display is visible but colours are wrong: bug 588638

Framebuffer X11

3

PASSED

Display is visible (using X11)

Framebuffer OpenGLES

4

PASSED

es2_info reports PowerVR SGC 540, es2gears reports 60FPS

Framebuffer OpenGLES/EGL X11

5

PASSED

Ethernet

Onboard Ethernet Kernel

1

PASSED

Onboard Ethernet U-Boot

3

TODO

TODO

Onboard Ethernet - ifconfig up/down

2

PASSED

Onboard Ethernet - dhclient

2

PASSED

Onboard Ethernet - network-manager

3

PASSED

Wireless

Onboard Wireless Kernel

4

PASSED

Need HOW-TO

Onboard Wireless - wireless-tools (scan, unprotective + dhclient)

4

CANT TEST

Need HOW-TO

Onboard Wireless - wpasupplicant (WEP, WPA-PSK)

4

PASSED

connected to my nework

Onboard Wireless - network-manager (clear, WEP, WPA-PSK, eth + wlan)

4

PASSED

wireless works with NM applet

Bluetooth

Bluetooth Kernel Driver

4

FAILED

"hciconfig hci0 up" did not work

USB Host

Kernel/Controller

1

PASSED

Kernel/HID keyboard

2

PASSED

Kernel/HID mouse

2

PASSED

storage

2

PASSED

mounted usb drive, hdparm only reports 1.66 mb/s

performance

4

TODO

Need HOW-TO

USB Device

Gadget driver loaded

PASSED

Mass Storage function

PASSED

Ethernet function

CANT TEST

module not installed

USB OTG

Role Host

PASSED

Role Device

CANT TEST

need HOW-TO

SD/MMC

kernel

1

PASSED

u-boot

1

PASSED

performance

3

PASSED

serial port

serial kernel

1

PASSED

serial u-boot

1

PASSED

auto root login

2

PASSED

kernel output

2

PASSED

Multimedia

Video to Framebuffer

3

CANT TEST

Need HOW-TO

Video to X11

4

CANT TEST

Need HOW-TO

Video Acceleration Mem2Mem H.264

4

CANT TEST

Need HOW-TO

Video Acceleration Mem2Mem MPEG-4

4

CANT TEST

Need HOW-TO

Video Acceleration FullScreen

5

CANT TEST

Need HOW-TO

Video Acceleration X11

5

CANT TEST

Need HOW-TO

Video Acceleration X11 ZeroCopy

5

CANT TEST

Need HOW-TO

Powermanagement

clock tree in debugfs

3

PASSED

clk and clock are present

P-states (cpufreq driver)

3

PASSED

cpufreq is present

C-states (cpuidle driver)

4

PASSED

cpuidle is present

powertop

2

RUNS

Doesn't seem to be working. Get messages like:
"Summary: nan wakeups/second"

powerdebug

2

RUNS

Not sure how to test

Audio

  • speaker-test to check if sound is generated

  • cat /proc/asound/cards to check which cards are detected

  • alsamixer to check which mixers are available and if the volume change works

Video and Graphics

  • boot with dvi only monitor and check if was it detected and functions correctly
  • boot with hdmi only monitor and check if was it detected and functions correctly
  • boot with dvi and hdmi monitors and check if they were both detected and function correctly
  • fbset to check if default monitor resolution was detected properly

  • xrandr to get list of available resolutions and list of detected displays

  • xrandr --output NAME-OF-OUTPUT --off to check if it handles turning off display

  • xrandr --output NAME-OF-OUTPUT --auto to check if it handles turning on display

  • es2gears to test simple performance

Ethernet

  • dhclient -v eth0 to get IPv4 address

  • iperf -c to check performance

Wireless

  • iwconfig to check for presence

  • iwlist wlan0 scan to check for network detection

  • NetworkManager applet to connect to any wireless available

Bluetooth

  • hciconfig to check for presence

  • hcitool scan to check for BT devices detection

USB controller

  • lsusb to check for devices connected

  • plug devices and check do they work
  • plug thumbdrive and check was it automounted
  • hdparm -t /dev/sda to check storage performance

SD

  • hdparm -t /dev/mmcblk0 to check storage performance

Serial

  • run minicom on desktop and check does messages from board appears

Multimedia

Power Management

  • ls /sys/kernel/debug | grep clk

  • ls /sys/devices/system/cpu | grep cpufreq

  • ls /sys/devices/system/cpu | grep cpuidle

  • powertop

  • powerdebug

Cycles/1107/BoardSupportStatus/TI/Panda/Ubuntu (last modified 2011-07-29 10:43:04)