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Debian Linaro Stretch V2.0.8 Error Not support DRM Infoframe
Using Debian Linaro Stretch v2.0.8

Tinkerboard had been working for over a month fine.  I was remotely logging into the unit and noticed some of the images on a web page were not displaying so I rebooted and the problem fixed itself.  About an hour later the same thing happened and I rebooted again and the system didn't recover.  When I was able to view the screen locally I have the following error;

[drm:hdmi_config_hdr_infoframe]  *ERROR* Not support DRM Infoframe

It does bring up the tty interface and I can log in to command prompts.

I tried "sudo init 5" and the same error comes up.  I do see the blue startup screen with a bar progression graph so it's not like it doesn't know how to handle the display drivers.

I am using eMMC memory.  Wonder if its got any issues or was it just some bug?

Anyone know how to recover.  I have another unit that I have a similar setup but it is using v2.0.10

Kind of a pain to start over but I do have all the steps written down.  Makes me want to use a sim card instead of the eMMC memory just for the backup capability.  Is there a good way to backup the eMMC memory in the event of corruption so it can be re-flashed?

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