So you have a pinout. Great. I'll take a look later today
05/18/2023, 1:26 PM
05/21/2023, 1:27 PM
I've tried to use Lichee Pi 4a module in Turing Pi and it seems to have limited compatibility. I haven't managed to make HDMI work (neither in CM4 nor in Jetson switch positions)
network seems to work just fine. No SD card (obviously), also Lichee Pi doesn't have PCIe lanes or SATA, so no PCIe or SATA 🙂 I haven't checked USB 3.0 though
05/21/2023, 3:58 PM
BMC work with it?
Actually I might give it a go myself if you've proven it doesn't blow up
@_dhanos_ have you seen anything problematic with the pinouts?
05/21/2023, 6:59 PM
The BMC does not limit or "work" with modules. They're separate
I have not had a chance yet
05/22/2023, 9:59 PM
BMC "work" only in a sense of switching USB to specific modules, but I haven't checked if USB actually works, just confirmed that network is up and running and module doesn't produce any magical smoke
and if that is somewhat interesting to anyone, here is dmesg of the stock firmware (one that comes pre-flashed) when it is inserted to Turing Pi v2: https://gist.github.com/Civil/85e939641841e4ebc1766033aabe20d2
I can say that some errors (i2c and audio related) doesn't happen when I run it in a stock carrier.