[Yocto (morty) + meta-ivi 12.0] App launch problem on RPI

Changhyeok Bae changhyeok.bae at gmail.com
Sat Mar 11 01:11:03 EST 2017


Hi Leon

Now I'm upgrading yocto and meta-ivi on RPI3.
I successfully worked it on qemux86-64 but I got the below errors when I
launch genivi-new-hmi.
I was googling and saw some your comment in AGL. Could you give me your
comments about below errors?

My working branch:
- genivi-dev-platform:
https://github.com/chbae/genivi-dev-platform/tree/feature/morty-rpi
- meta-genivi-dev:
https://github.com/chbae/meta-genivi-dev/tree/feature/morty-rpi

*[ERROR]*
$ export WAYLAND_DEBUG=1
[1040053.956] ivi_controller at 5.surface(0)
[1040054.033]  -> ivi_controller at 5.surface_create(0, new id
ivi_controller_surface at 3)
[1040054.246]  -> wl_display at 1.sync(new id wl_callback at 7)
[1040054.428] ivi_input at 6.input_acceptance(0, "default", 1)
[1040054.504] ivi_controller at 5.surface(8548)
[1040054.547]  -> ivi_controller at 5.surface_create(8548, new id
ivi_controller_surface at 8)
[1040054.646]  -> wl_display at 1.sync(new id wl_callback at 9)
[1040054.700] ivi_input at 6.input_acceptance(8548, "default", 1)
[1040055.108] wl_display at 1.delete_id(7)
[1040055.155] wl_display at 1.delete_id(9)
[1040055.193] ivi_controller_surface at 3.opacity(1.000000)
[1040055.236] ivi_controller_surface at 3.source_rectangle(0, 0, 0, 0)
[1040055.315] ivi_controller_surface at 3.destination_rectangle(0, 0, 1, 1)
[1040055.393] ivi_controller_surface at 3.orientation(0)
[1040055.430] ivi_controller_surface at 3.visibility(0)
[1040055.466] ivi_controller_surface at 3.layer(nil)
[1040055.539] wl_callback at 7.done(0)
[1040055.581] ivi_controller_surface at 8.opacity(1.000000)
[1040055.619] ivi_controller_surface at 8.source_rectangle(0, 0, 0, 0)
[1040055.698] ivi_controller_surface at 8.destination_rectangle(0, 0, 1, 1)
[1040055.775] ivi_controller_surface at 8.orientation(0)
[1040055.811] ivi_controller_surface at 8.visibility(0)
[1040055.847] ivi_controller_surface at 8.layer(nil)
[1040055.881] wl_callback at 9.done(0)
[1040073.303]  -> wl_compositor at 4.create_surface(new id wl_surface at 20)
[1040074.347]  -> wl_surface at 20.destroy()
[1040154.641]  -> wl_surface at 15.frame(new id wl_callback at 21)
[1040154.849]  -> wl_drm at 16.create_prime_buffer(new id wl_buffer at 22, fd 21,
1920, 1080, 875713089, 0, 7680, 0, 0, 0, 0)
[1040155.072]  -> wl_surface at 15.attach(wl_buffer at 22, 0, 0)
[1040155.149]  -> wl_surface at 15.damage(0, 0, 2147483647, 2147483647)
[1040158.240]  -> wl_surface at 15.commit()
[1040159.147] ivi_controller_surface at 3.destroyed()
[1040159.363]  -> wl_display at 1.sync(new id wl_callback at 9)
[1040159.430] ivi_controller_surface at 8.destroyed()
[1040159.495]  -> wl_display at 1.sync(new id wl_callback at 7)
[1040159.753] wl_display at 1.delete_id(9)
[1040159.799] wl_display at 1.delete_id(7)
[1040159.839] wl_callback at 9.done(0)
[1040159.877] wl_callback at 7.done(0)
[1040159.956]  -> ivi_controller_surface at 8.destroy(1)
[1040160.039]  -> ivi_controller_surface at 3.destroy(1)
[1040275.785]  -> wl_compositor at 4.create_surface(new id wl_surface at 23)
[1040276.335]  -> wl_surface at 23.destroy()
[1040900.715]  -> wl_surface at 18.frame(new id wl_callback at 24)
[1040900.922]  -> wl_drm at 16.create_prime_buffer(new id wl_buffer at 25, fd 22,
1920, 1080, 875713089, 0, 7680, 0, 0, 0, 0)
[1040901.133]  -> wl_surface at 18.attach(wl_buffer at 25, 0, 0)
[1040901.210]  -> wl_surface at 18.damage(0, 0, 2147483647, 2147483647)
[1040902.465]  -> wl_surface at 18.commit()
[1040902.807] wl_display at 1.delete_id(20)
[1040902.879] wl_display at 1.error(wl_drm at 16, 2, "invalid name")
wl_drm at 16: error 2: invalid name
The Wayland connection experienced a fatal error (Protocol error)
root at raspberrypi3:/opt/genivi-11-hmi/bin#

Thanks
Changhyeok
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