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[SOLVED] Ubuntu Server for Raspberry Pi HDMI Problem
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Nope, still have 640x480. To give you an update, here is my current config.txt:

Code:
# Please DO NOT modify this file; if you need to modify the boot config, the
# "usercfg.txt" file is the place to include user changes. Please refer to
# the README file for a description of the various configuration files on
# the boot partition.

# The unusual ordering below is deliberate; older firmwares (in particular the
# version initially shipped with bionic) don't understand the conditional
# [sections] below and simply ignore them. The Pi4 doesn't boot at all with
# firmwares this old so it's safe to place at the top. Of the Pi2 and Pi3, the
# Pi3 uboot happens to work happily on the Pi2, so it needs to go at the bottom
# to support old firmwares.

[pi4]
kernel=uboot_rpi_4_32b.bin
max_framebuffers=2

[pi2]
kernel=uboot_rpi_2.bin

[pi3]
kernel=uboot_rpi_3_32b.bin

[all]
device_tree_address=0x03000000

# The following settings are "defaults" expected to be overridden by the
# included configuration. The only reason they are included is, again, to
# support old firmwares which don't understand the "include" command.

enable_uart=1
cmdline=nobtcmd.txt

include syscfg.txt
include usercfg.txt

#hdmi_force_hotplug=1
#hdmi_drive=2
hdmi_safe=1

hdmi_group=2
hdmi_mode=39
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RE: Ubuntu Server for Raspberry Pi HDMI Problem - by Jeremiah - 05-25-2020, 02:01 PM

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