On 06/10/2011, at 5:57 PM, József Lénárt wrote:
>> I suspect that hasn't worked. When you interrupt the boot, you need to do three things:
>> Did you do those three?
> Yes, we have done this setting. I've checked the Xorg.log, but there's
> nothing suspicious, The resolution is OK, the Xorg process is running.
In that case my only suggestion is that the screen is faulty. We have one
that got damaged too, even though the stereo microscope shows no
physical damage (it was damaged while being transported), it prevents
the Overo from even showing its power LEDs. The ribbon cable is
easily damaged, though I suspect that in our case one of the de-coupling
capacitors on it has failed short-circuit or something, probably due to the
cable being flexed.
The warning then is too be very careful with the screens and the connectors,
and not to move things once they're plugged in.