i am using KERNEL #7.
Here is the output of your commands:
Here the link to download the files:Code:# uname -a Linux SqueezeboxTouch 184.108.40.206-rt16-332-g5849bfa #999[usb] PREEMPT RT Wed May 2 20:14:28 BST 2012 armv6l GNU/Linux # uname -a > /tmp/kernel-usb.uname # dd if=/dev/mtdblock:kernel > /tmp/kernel-usb.img 4032+0 records in 4032+0 records out
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2017-02-23, 10:55 #2291
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2017-02-23, 13:15 #2292
Triode's original fab4-kernels.xml has the md5 checksums for each test kernel zImage file so there should be no need for "brave testers".
The zImage file I extracted from your mtd image file matched the md5sum of the original.
2017-02-27, 07:47 #2293
Only you should pay special attention to chapter 5.0 about voltage levels: "Note: At present, TTL is considered a standard for logic levels. As other IC (LSI) technologies become popular, other levels will also be supported." And that's exactly the problem. There's no standard for voltage levels, some brands use 5v while others use 3.3v. Trust me, I've been down that road trying to connect a 3.3v I2S output signal to a 5v device. It didn't work.
2017-02-27, 12:22 #2294"To try to judge the real from the false will always be hard. In this fast-growing art of 'high fidelity' the quackery will bear a solid gilt edge that will fool many people" - Paul W Klipsch, 1953
2017-03-12, 05:08 #2295
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2017-03-13, 08:25 #2296