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IRC Log for 2011-05-06

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  10. [00:53:59] <pfefferz> hello
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  41. [02:51:04] * pfefferz #linaro is thinking about packing
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  47. [03:05:51] <ymanton> hi, does the boot partition on the sd card have to start at cylinder 1? for some reason fdisk tells me i have to choose >=2
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  49. [03:07:54] <ymanton> if i use first cylinder=2 and carry on xloader shows "Error: reading boot sector"
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  55. [04:13:14] <ymanton> hm ok i fixed that, xloader is still complaining
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  57. [04:44:34] <_av500_> its 2011
  58. [04:44:38] <_av500_> there are no cylinders
  59. [04:45:35] * ds2 throws H times as much square pies at _av500_
  60. [04:46:31] * _av500_ stores ds2 in a type 1 bioa hdd
  61. [04:46:33] <_av500_> bios
  62. [04:47:16] <ds2> getting might cramp aren't we?
  63. [04:48:52] * _av500_ uses the CHS values on his sdcard to store his bank pin because the boot ROM does *not* care
  64. [04:50:30] * ds2 makes a note to write down CHS values when he gets a SD card from _av500_ ;)
  65. [04:51:27] <ymanton> _av500_: i realize that, i was just following the wiki
  66. [04:52:30] <ymanton> fdisk doesnt even display cyls by default, but after i went through the steps and it didnt work i had to figure out what i did differently
  67. [04:58:13] <ymanton> anyway, seems like MLO is loaded but it chokes on u-boot.bin
  68. [04:58:20] * rsalveti (~rsalveti@201.82.68.14) Quit (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
  69. [05:00:39] <_av500_> ymanton: there are broken versions of mlo that assume sector 63
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  71. [05:04:54] <ymanton> _av500_: i grabbed the files from https://gforge.ti.com/gf/download/frsrelease/418/4171/L24.9-PandaBoard_validation_environment.tar.gz
  72. [05:05:54] <ymanton> and set sectors=63 when i followed http://omappedia.org/wiki/Minimal-FS_SD_Configuration#Step_by_Step_Instructions_to_format_SD_card
  73. [05:06:13] <ymanton> its an A3 board, not sure if that makes a diff
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  75. [05:09:30] <_av500_> no
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  93. [06:39:37] <sergiog> hello
  94. [06:40:08] <sergiog> did anyone manage to build the gingerbread kernel ?
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  104. [07:26:04] * Guest832 is now known as lag
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  107. [07:28:50] <chxie_> hi, all, I want install fedora on Panda, can anybody help me ?
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  109. [07:30:36] <chxie_> anybody there?
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  111. [07:31:27] <av500> you woke me
  112. [07:32:26] <alex4nder> hey
  113. [07:32:45] <chxie_> :)
  114. [07:33:15] <chxie_> I want install fedora on Panda, can you give some info?
  115. [07:33:33] <alex4nder> check the fedora ARM project webste
  116. [07:34:57] <chxie_> yeap, I have check there and follow the steps here https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM/BeagleBoardxMSDCard. but my fedora can't startup
  117. [07:35:17] <av500> pastebin the boot log
  118. [07:36:34] <chxie_> hmmm. the board is give away by other guys, later I will show you the boot log:)
  119. [07:36:54] <chxie_> thnks
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  121. [07:39:34] <LetoThe2nd> av500: howdy pardner
  122. [07:39:47] <av500> he
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  147. [08:26:30] <LetoThe2nd> sweet: http://www.raspberrypi.org/
  148. [08:26:54] <av500> ah, now here as well
  149. [08:33:01] <LetoThe2nd> ?
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  152. [08:39:37] <fabietto> can somebody provide me the android_pandaboard_config not included into GB repository?
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  159. [08:58:36] <av500> LetoThe2nd: its the 3rd irc channel i discuss it in :)
  160. [08:58:44] <av500> LetoThe2nd: so far, a call RK2919 for the cpu
  161. [08:58:47] <av500> a->I
  162. [08:58:55] <LetoThe2nd> av500: ah, kay ;-)
  163. [08:59:15] <av500> LetoThe2nd: you should be in #beagle, its get the news earlier:)
  164. [08:59:21] <LetoThe2nd> hehe
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  171. [09:17:04] <hello_world> hello, world
  172. [09:17:09] <hello_world> :)
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  174. [09:20:29] * Topic is 'OMAP discussion & development on PandaBoard Platform | Site: http://www.PandaBoard.org | Wiki: http://www.omappedia.com/wiki/PandaBoard | IRC logs: http://www.pandaboard.org/pbirclogs/'
  175. [09:20:29] * Set by orbarron!~orb@nat/ti/x-piuwujlwzjpemgdx on Wed Apr 06 20:21:42 UTC 2011
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  178. [09:41:18] <TheSeven> rsalveti: it did die again during the night, without keyboard/mouse attached or framebuffer activity
  179. [09:41:50] <av500> maybe it wants to die
  180. [09:42:04] <av500> forcefully keeping it alive is torture
  181. [09:43:53] <rsalveti> lol
  182. [09:44:48] <rsalveti> TheSeven: could be something with the sd card, I only saw this issue when heavily using my panda with my rootfs at a sdcard
  183. [09:45:05] <rsalveti> my other panda that uses an usb disk as rootfs is up and running as a builder for almost one week
  184. [09:45:09] <TheSeven> yeah, same here, but there actually shouldn't be much stress on the rootfs
  185. [09:45:15] <TheSeven> and the sd access led was off
  186. [09:45:15] <rsalveti> I even built openoffice, so it's stable
  187. [09:45:34] <av500> ah, thats the new definiton of stable
  188. [09:45:48] <TheSeven> i have both the kernel tree and ccache on a usb hdd, "only" the rootfs on sd
  189. [09:46:00] * mru sends rsalveti a horse for his stable
  190. [09:46:02] <TheSeven> there are occasional accesses to it of course, but not that many
  191. [09:46:51] <rsalveti> av500: well, 2 days just to build it without any freeze is at least something
  192. [09:47:24] <rsalveti> with 1gb
  193. [09:52:12] * MMlosh (~MMlosh@2001:718:1e03:5168:d22:32fe:5457:dc56) Quit (Quit: Bye...)
  194. [09:52:56] <ScriptFanix> SD cards make very poor rootfs
  195. [09:53:48] <ScriptFanix> the first time I installed debian on my pandaboard, the SD card actually died during install
  196. [09:54:14] <av500> ScriptFanix: sdcards make a fine rootfs
  197. [09:54:42] <av500> they make a poor one for certain large desktop oriented linux distros
  198. [09:55:17] <TheSeven> hm, apt/dpkg is amazingly slow on my sdcard rootfs...
  199. [09:55:43] <av500> adb install foobar.apk is fast here
  200. [09:56:11] <ScriptFanix> TheSeven: almost all SDs are optimised for linear reads and writes
  201. [09:56:35] <ScriptFanix> apt/dpkg maintaisn a database???
  202. [09:56:47] <mru> they are optimised for camera/camcorder sue
  203. [09:56:48] <mru> use
  204. [09:57:04] <av500> and FAT(32)
  205. [09:57:56] <ScriptFanix> mru: yes, linear reads and writes :)
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  208. [09:59:21] <ScriptFanix> av500: you need to carefully choose your card
  209. [10:00:11] <av500> no, the rule is simple: "does it say sandisk on it?"
  210. [10:01:25] <ScriptFanix> yes, carefully choose your card :)
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  212. [10:03:54] <av500> "... and with great care he picked the sandisk card and proceeded to the checkout counter..."
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  214. [10:04:22] * ogra_ found panasonic to be a goos manufacturer too
  215. [10:04:35] * mru doubts panasonic makes flash chips
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  217. [10:04:48] <ogra_> no, but SD cards :)
  218. [10:04:55] <mru> that's irrelevant
  219. [10:05:07] <mru> there are two parts in an sd card, the flash and the controller
  220. [10:05:17] <mru> the name on the plastic shell doesn't matter at all
  221. [10:05:35] <ogra_> i have about ten different panasonic ones, they are usually faster than a sandisk for the same price
  222. [10:05:48] <ogra_> not sure what flash is in there though
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  224. [10:07:47] <av500> ogra_: get some acid during lunch break and find out
  225. [10:08:01] <mru> a knife might be enough
  226. [10:08:22] * ogra_ doesnt really want to crack open a card :=
  227. [10:08:24] <ogra_> :)
  228. [10:08:24] <iXce> hey ho
  229. [10:08:51] <av500> hell, crack or acid, your choise :)
  230. [10:09:18] <ogra_> lol
  231. [10:09:21] <iXce> the gpios of my Pandaboard are not getting detected by my os (openembedded standard stuff for omap4430-panda machine), is there anything I can do to debug this ?
  232. [10:09:33] <av500> detected?
  233. [10:10:18] <iXce> like, accessible for use in sysfs
  234. [10:10:33] <av500> koen: ^^^^^^^
  235. [10:10:34] <iXce> (/sys/class/gpio doesn't exist)
  236. [10:14:20] <koen> I don't run OE on an panda
  237. [10:14:23] <koen> I run angstrom
  238. [10:14:38] <av500> koen: sometimes I dont like you
  239. [10:15:00] <iXce> koen: that's what I mean by standard stuff :) that's angstrom 2011.3
  240. [10:15:24] <koen> av500: only sometimes?
  241. [10:15:38] <koen> av500: I'll buy you a berliner beer to make up for it
  242. [10:15:55] <av500> just digging a deeper hole....
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  245. [10:16:44] <koen> :)
  246. [10:17:56] <av500> koen: do /nick kangstromn
  247. [10:20:19] <TheSeven> ogra_: oh! you didn't excess flood this time! (Ping timeout: 258 seconds)
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  249. [10:23:32] <TheSeven> btw, a kernel build with ccache and -j3 on an old USB hdd takes about 39 minutes at 62% average cpu usage on my board
  250. [10:23:39] <TheSeven> storage seems to be the bottleneck once again
  251. [10:24:06] <TheSeven> 912.04user 539.24system 38:46.32elapsed 62%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 927696maxresident)k
  252. [10:24:06] <TheSeven> 4187680inputs+7078160outputs (4438major+25216382minor)pagefaults 0swaps
  253. [10:25:57] <iXce> okai, problem fixed, I was lacking CONFIG_GPIO_TWL4030=y and CONFIG_GPIO_SYSFS=y options
  254. [10:26:51] <iXce> now I need to figure out why bluetooth is not working (no device reported in dmesg upon loading the btiwilink driver, nothing in hcitool dev) while I have the latest st_drv and btiwilink modules
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  256. [10:33:09] <ogra_> TheSeven, ping timeout is my daily provider reconnect, excess flood is when i reconnect to my irc proxy and get all the logs replayed into my client
  257. [10:33:15] <ScriptFanix> damn! I forgot to build btiwilink
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  322. [13:30:39] <saaguirre> Hi everyone
  323. [13:31:24] <saaguirre> I just had a question about the Pandroid project
  324. [13:31:37] <saaguirre> I see that there's some work in progress on Gingerbread
  325. [13:31:51] <saaguirre> but not sure if there's specific sources I should look at
  326. [13:32:23] <saaguirre> anyone knows?
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  328. [13:32:58] <av500> git.omapzoom.org?
  329. [13:33:04] <av500> that was a guess
  330. [13:35:51] <robclark> saaguirre, ask orbarron when he shows up
  331. [13:35:57] <robclark> (if no one else knows)
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  333. [13:41:38] <saaguirre> ok
  334. [13:41:45] <saaguirre> i'll ask him then
  335. [13:41:48] <saaguirre> thanks
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  353. [14:24:57] <TheSeven> rsalveti: your kernel chooses a much more sane resolution of 720x576 :)
  354. [14:25:22] <TheSeven> now how do i override that to make it use PAL 720p?
  355. [14:25:35] <av500> TheSeven: pal or 720p?
  356. [14:25:40] <av500> cant have both
  357. [14:26:03] <TheSeven> 720p at PAL refresh rates (25/50Hz in contrast to 29.97/60Hz)
  358. [14:26:47] <TheSeven> the native panel resolution seems to be 1360x768 or 1366x768 (didn't find consistent information)
  359. [14:26:54] <TheSeven> but 1280x720 would probably work for now
  360. [14:27:07] <av500> TheSeven: PAL/M is 60hz :)
  361. [14:27:26] <TheSeven> well, my screen usually seems to use 50hz, no idea how those things work :)
  362. [14:27:40] <av500> its 720p/50
  363. [14:27:46] <av500> nothing to do with PAL
  364. [14:28:07] <TheSeven> i tried passing video=hdmi:1360x760-24@50 but that didn't have any effect
  365. [14:28:19] <TheSeven> and omapdss mumbles something about invalid timings in dmesg
  366. [14:28:33] <av500> 768
  367. [14:28:40] <TheSeven> er, yeah
  368. [14:28:46] <av500> TheSeven: is that timing part of the table in hdmi.c?
  369. [14:28:47] <TheSeven> also tried 1366x768
  370. [14:28:53] * TheSeven has no idea
  371. [14:28:59] <av500> look
  372. [14:29:08] <TheSeven> oh, and wifi seems to be broken with that kernel
  373. [14:29:34] <TheSeven> (iwlist scan says "Resource temporarily unavailable", and there are those SDIO errors in dmesg I pasted yesterday)
  374. [14:30:40] <TheSeven> av500: where is that hdmi.c file?
  375. [14:30:51] <TheSeven> (i can only access the kernel tree through the web git browser right now)
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  377. [14:31:30] <av500> drivers/video/omap2/dss/...
  378. [14:31:36] <TheSeven> thx
  379. [14:32:36] <TheSeven> so "{ {1360, 768, 85500, 112, 64, 256, 6 , 3, 18}, 1, 1}," seems to be what i'm looking for
  380. [14:32:48] <TheSeven> what would i need to do to apply these timings?
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  382. [14:36:28] <ogra_> the right boot option ;)
  383. [14:36:53] * av500 hires ogra_ as a consultant
  384. [14:36:56] <ogra_> there is an omappedia page linked from the pandaboard faq
  385. [14:37:24] <ogra_> that has the right options at the bottom (and a table with possible resolutions)
  386. [14:37:52] <TheSeven> you mean this one? http://omappedia.org/wiki/Bootargs_for_enabling_display
  387. [14:37:55] <ogra_> av500, yeah, training is everything :)
  388. [14:37:59] <TheSeven> according to rsalveti this doesn't apply any more
  389. [14:38:09] <av500> ogra_: wrong
  390. [14:38:15] <av500> video= is new
  391. [14:39:12] <ogra_> oh, yeah, i thought hdmicode and hdmimode would still work
  392. [14:39:38] <ogra_> TheSeven, well, rsalveti is a better bet if it comes to graphics for sure :)
  393. [14:39:48] <ogra_> better listen to him than to me
  394. [14:39:59] <TheSeven> hdmimode?
  395. [14:40:24] <av500> TheSeven: you could pastebin a boot log
  396. [14:40:26] <ogra_> TheSeven, yes, they are at the very bottom of that page
  397. [14:40:31] <av500> damn, we need a bot for that
  398. [14:40:48] <TheSeven> av500: too bad that wifi is broken...
  399. [14:40:56] <av500> ???
  400. [14:40:58] <ogra_> ??
  401. [14:41:06] <TheSeven> i can't access the internet from the board currently
  402. [14:41:12] <av500> so?
  403. [14:41:18] <av500> you are on irc, no?
  404. [14:41:27] <ogra_> just select the right network in network manager :P
  405. [14:41:29] <TheSeven> yeah, but on a different machine where I can't access dmesg
  406. [14:41:34] <av500> why not?
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  408. [14:41:41] <TheSeven> the board is downstairs :P
  409. [14:41:58] <av500> bolted to the floor?
  410. [14:42:07] <av500> shacked and bound?
  411. [14:42:12] <av500> shakled
  412. [14:42:17] <av500> +spelling
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  416. [14:45:39] <TheSeven> well, the HDMI display is downstairs as well :P
  417. [14:46:00] <TheSeven> ogra_: so that would be "omapdss.hdmicode=39" for 1360x768?
  418. [14:46:25] <TheSeven> and omapdss.hdmimode=1?
  419. [14:46:31] <ogra_> might be, whatever the table suggests
  420. [14:46:38] <ogra_> (i closed the page already)
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  422. [14:48:56] <av500> TheSeven: interesting dev setup :)
  423. [14:49:01] <av500> keeps you in shape
  424. [14:49:53] <TheSeven> ogra_: so hdmimode=1 basically means "hdmi, not dvi"?
  425. [14:50:28] <ogra_> TheSeven, well, does the table say that ? if so, then yes :)
  426. [14:50:41] <ogra_> i never had to use these options, i have sane monitors around
  427. [14:53:45] <TheSeven> the table doesn't say anything, and the wiki page seems to suggest that
  428. [14:56:07] <iXce> hm, it might sound like a silly question, but what kernel is advised for the pandaboard ? is linux-omap4 the best, or do the kernel mainline provide some more goodies, or any other branch ? (still struggling on getting bt with angstrom 2011.03/linux-omap4 kernel from openembedded)
  429. [14:57:25] <av500> iXce: what kernel do you use?
  430. [14:59:22] <iXce> Linux omap4430-panda 2.6.35.3+
  431. [14:59:35] <av500> iXce: from what git
  432. [15:00:00] <iXce> SRC_URI = "git://dev.omapzoom.org/pub/scm/integration/kernel-ubuntu.git;protocol=git;branch=ti-ubuntu-L24.11 \
  433. [15:00:24] <iXce> SRCREV is ti-ubuntu-2.6.35-980.1release13
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  444. [15:10:28] <TheSeven> ogra_: the hdmicode bootarg didn't have any effect
  445. [15:10:30] <TheSeven> av500: http://pastie.org/1871951
  446. [15:10:49] <ogra_> TheSeven, well, then i can only refer to rsalveti or robclark
  447. [15:11:01] <ogra_> but i think both are preparing for traveling atm
  448. [15:11:09] <ogra_> so might be hard to catch them
  449. [15:11:12] <av500> TheSeven: almost, now try an untruncated one
  450. [15:11:56] <TheSeven> av500: there's a scrollbar at the very bottom
  451. [15:12:12] <TheSeven> or just use the raw version: http://pastie.org/pastes/1871951/text
  452. [15:12:15] <av500> darn :)
  453. [15:12:35] <av500> sorry, just saw too many truncated ones :)
  454. [15:12:58] * TheSeven is confused: how does one even manage to truncate them? :)
  455. [15:13:15] <av500> TheSeven: pasting from minicom and no CTRL-A W
  456. [15:13:18] <av500> [ 0.000000] Kernel command line: ro elevator=noop vram=32M mem=456M@0x80000000 mem=512M@0xA0000000 root=UUID=48fc9910-3d7c-405f-80e6-4ea94b39491c fixrtc console=ttyO2,115200n8 omapdss.debug=1
  457. [15:13:30] <av500> TheSeven: that is your kernel command line: ^^^^^^^
  458. [15:13:35] <av500> right?
  459. [15:13:35] <TheSeven> yeah
  460. [15:13:52] <av500> where do you see 1366x768?
  461. [15:14:22] <TheSeven> i tried with omapdss.hdmicode=29 as well, but wanted to provide a "clean" dmesg first
  462. [15:14:27] <av500> ah
  463. [15:14:50] <av500> anyway, as rsalveti is not here......
  464. [15:15:09] * ogra_ isnt sure you should actually use the omapdss. prefix
  465. [15:15:43] <ogra_> what i remember from .35 times is that people used hdmicode= and hdmimode= plainly
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  467. [15:16:03] <av500> ogra_: as I understand this a kernel with KMS
  468. [15:16:31] <TheSeven> av500: so what would be the correct "video=" bootarg?
  469. [15:16:56] <av500> as said, rsalveti would know
  470. [15:17:02] <av500> its the kernel he gave you, no?
  471. [15:17:09] <TheSeven> yeah
  472. [15:17:26] <TheSeven> this one: http://kernel.ubuntu.com/git?p=rsalveti/ubuntu-natty.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/ti-omap4-drm
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  477. [15:26:59] <JimmyDB> segmentation fault when trying to read CSI inputs using kernel module, is iopl() required?
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  487. [15:55:28] <TheSeven> adding video=<something>, omapdss.mode=<something> or hdmicode=<something> doesn't affect the hdmi-related dmesg output at all
  488. [15:56:40] * av500 hopes rsalveti reads the irc logs :)
  489. [15:57:18] <sjhill> *sigh* another truck driving day
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  493. [16:01:29] <sjhill> nothing like the shear terror of your 18 month old appearing with every flash driver you own in his hands
  494. [16:01:38] <sjhill> s/driver/drive/
  495. [16:02:01] <prpplague> sjhill: HA
  496. [16:02:27] <av500> better then see him truck drive...
  497. [16:02:31] <av500> than
  498. [16:02:34] <sjhill> well that's true
  499. [16:03:08] <av500> and you dont own enough flash drives if they all fit in his hands
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  501. [16:05:11] <prpplague> sjhill: about 11 years ago i had just gotten home after a long day of work, setup my laptop, poured a nice glass of guinness, walked over to get the remote for the tv and turned around just in time to see my son pour the glass of beer onto my laptop keyboard
  502. [16:05:40] <sjhill> whoa
  503. [16:05:44] <sjhill> how'd that turn out?
  504. [16:06:05] <sjhill> it's okay, i won't send DHS to your house :P
  505. [16:06:33] <sjhill> i would have called his mom and asked her to remove him from the room
  506. [16:06:59] <prpplague> sjhill: turns out guiness is pretty conductive, destroyed the laptop, and as a note, this was the replacement laptop for the one that got confiscated by USCIS when i was coming back from canada that year
  507. [16:07:10] <av500> there is a reason thinkpads have spill holes
  508. [16:07:19] <sjhill> dang
  509. [16:07:37] <prpplague> i think i had a total of 5 laptops that year, hehe
  510. [16:07:49] <mru> kids are expensive
  511. [16:07:52] <thomasg> av500: can't you see the major design flaw?
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  513. [16:08:03] <av500> mru: hence netbooks are popular
  514. [16:08:16] * prpplague still laughs at the customs people who thought the laptop was fake because it didn't boot windows
  515. [16:08:20] <thomasg> av500: the beer might not damage the laptop, but it's gone anyway. we need a laptop that actually stores the beer :P
  516. [16:08:30] <sjhill> mru: small price to pay for immortality and the privelege
  517. [16:08:43] <av500> thomasg: get one of these 20" "desktop replacement" ones
  518. [16:08:51] <thomasg> :)
  519. [16:09:11] <mru> av500: those will double as suitcase too
  520. [16:09:17] <av500> see
  521. [16:09:24] <av500> kids can play inside too
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  523. [16:09:45] * prpplague has an old compaq suitcase computer with a beagleboard inside
  524. [16:09:48] <mru> if you leave some old socks in there, something might even start fermenting on its own
  525. [16:13:44] <sjhill> prpplague: i did some major source grep'ing last night
  526. [16:13:57] <prpplague> sjhill: hehe, so did i
  527. [16:14:06] <prpplague> sjhill: my eyes are still bleeding
  528. [16:14:07] <sjhill> prpplague: OMAP_ENHANCEMENT ... 139 files
  529. [16:14:28] <prpplague> sjhill: indeed, a mess
  530. [16:16:04] <rsalveti> TheSeven: hey
  531. [16:16:31] <rsalveti> TheSeven: jcrigby updated his kernel with some additional changes: http://git.linaro.org/gitweb?p=people/jcrigby/linux-linaro-packaged-next-wip.git;a=summary
  532. [16:16:50] <rsalveti> TheSeven: if you're using the kernel with the drm omap driver then video= is the right way to use it
  533. [16:17:02] <rsalveti> just that you seem to be using with the wrong adapter name
  534. [16:17:13] <rsalveti> let me try here and post you what works
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  536. [16:17:31] <TheSeven> rsalveti: what would be the correct adapter name?
  537. [16:17:39] <kamil> hi
  538. [16:17:52] <kamil> please tell me one thing
  539. [16:18:09] <kamil> if i have new board and connect it with computer via rs232
  540. [16:18:18] <kamil> could I see sth or not ?
  541. [16:18:30] <kamil> without sd card for example
  542. [16:18:36] <sjhill> no
  543. [16:18:40] <kamil> is there any bootloader
  544. [16:18:43] <sjhill> no
  545. [16:18:44] <kamil> u-boot
  546. [16:18:46] <sjhill> no
  547. [16:18:47] <kamil> hmm :)
  548. [16:18:50] <sjhill> and....no
  549. [16:18:57] <sjhill> you have to have a sd card
  550. [16:18:59] <kamil> not good
  551. [16:19:06] <sjhill> there's no nand or nor flash
  552. [16:19:08] <rsalveti> TheSeven: DVI-D-1 for DVI and HDMI-A-1 for HDMI
  553. [16:19:14] <sjhill> i blame prpplague
  554. [16:19:41] <sjhill> it was a cost and board design simplification decision
  555. [16:19:50] <sjhill> it's actually not bad once you get used to it
  556. [16:19:55] <prpplague> indeed
  557. [16:19:56] <sjhill> fastboot becomes your friend
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  560. [16:21:05] <TheSeven> rsalveti: so video=HDMI-A-1:1360x768MR-24@60 would be what I want?
  561. [16:21:06] <orbarron> has anyone tested Ethernet on Froyo release?
  562. [16:21:23] <rsalveti> TheSeven: iirc yes, will also try from here
  563. [16:22:00] <sjhill> orbarron: don't we have enough things broken and you're adding another? :P
  564. [16:23:55] <TheSeven> rsalveti: is it a known issue that wifi doesn't seem to work at all with your kernel?
  565. [16:24:13] <sjhill> yes, that's known
  566. [16:24:16] <rsalveti> TheSeven: yup, the linaro one should behave better
  567. [16:24:59] <kamil> if i put sd card with minimal fs and connect only rs, have i chance to see sth ?
  568. [16:25:11] <rsalveti> they merged tons of patches from wl12xx tree
  569. [16:25:15] <kamil> i am still waiting on dvicable
  570. [16:25:18] <TheSeven> so it should work in the jcrigby one?
  571. [16:25:22] <TheSeven> are there binaries of that one?
  572. [16:25:41] <TheSeven> kamil: yes
  573. [16:26:09] <jayabharath> orbarron: http://omappedia.org/wiki/OMAP_Pandroid_Main#Ethernet
  574. [16:26:10] <kamil> ok, that's something wrong
  575. [16:26:11] <jayabharath> ;0
  576. [16:26:17] <kamil> :)
  577. [16:26:21] <kamil> with my sd card
  578. [16:26:28] <TheSeven> what do the leds do?
  579. [16:26:29] <orbarron> that is on an old release
  580. [16:26:40] <orbarron> not sure if the same holds for the last Froyo release
  581. [16:27:00] <jayabharath> well that's a froyo release :)
  582. [16:28:19] <jayabharath> orbarron: what about the useful info on the pages.. it's vanished from current GB notes..
  583. [16:28:29] <jayabharath> perhaps we can put them as todo items on GB
  584. [16:28:40] <jayabharath> ethernet, mass storage and usb webcam
  585. [16:30:01] <orbarron> we can.. once we get a base..
  586. [16:31:09] <sjhill> prpplague: what was the '#define OUTPUT_BUFFER_COUNT 2' in OMXCodec.cpp for?
  587. [16:31:51] <sjhill> orbarron: same question for you too
  588. [16:31:56] <sjhill> that was in libstagefright
  589. [16:32:16] <prpplague> sjhill: was just a hack for compile purposes, there is a omap_enhancement ifdef that is missing
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  591. [16:32:44] <sjhill> so that #define should only be for omap_enhancement ?
  592. [16:32:45] <prpplague> sjhill: the real fix needs to be a section down below where the OUTPUT_BUFFER_COUNT is acutally used
  593. [16:32:55] <sjhill> ok
  594. [16:33:48] <prpplague> sjhill: iirc the ifdef is looking for target_omap4, when it really needs to be omap_enhancement
  595. [16:35:38] <sjhill> omg these #ifdef's are terrible
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  597. [16:36:43] <mru> sjhill: worse than these? http://pastie.org/928309
  598. [16:37:41] <sjhill> pretty close
  599. [16:38:11] <sjhill> prpplague: so OMAP_ENHANCEMENT is really only on OMAP4 targets right? or will it be defined for OMAP3 platforms too?
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  601. [16:38:36] <orbarron> sjhill: was just a question I received but thought it might have been answered in ml
  602. [16:44:10] <sjhill> so...it looks like we let hardware engineers write software
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  604. [16:47:01] <prpplague> sjhill: omap_enhancement is for all omap
  605. [16:47:13] <sjhill> k
  606. [16:47:29] <prpplague> sjhill: and can be used in conjunction with target_omap3 and target_omap4 to pick specific items
  607. [16:50:17] * NishanthMenon growls - sshfs and sudo dont like each other :(
  608. [16:50:33] <TheSeven> rsalveti: setting the mode seems to work :)
  609. [16:50:42] <TheSeven> however I'll now need to find one that my TV set accepts
  610. [16:51:03] <rsalveti> TheSeven: cool
  611. [16:51:08] <TheSeven> neither 1360x768MR-24@60 nor 1280x720MR-24@60 work...
  612. [16:51:16] <TheSeven> should I try @25/30?
  613. [16:51:22] <rsalveti> TheSeven: add drm.debug=7 to see what's happening
  614. [16:51:47] <rsalveti> TheSeven: let me try with 1280x720MR-24@60
  615. [16:52:05] <TheSeven> for the non-interlaced modes, does HDMI usually use 30 or 60Hz?
  616. [16:52:47] <rsalveti> what I noticed is that the driver doesn't like reduced blanking
  617. [16:53:04] <rsalveti> seems the compatibility table for hdmi doesn't have many modes
  618. [16:53:18] <rsalveti> so it's probably failing at check_timings for hdmi
  619. [16:55:16] <rsalveti> TheSeven: for example 1280x720MR-24@60 worked fine with DVI
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  622. [17:12:30] <TheSeven> rsalveti: yeah, DVI is working fine except for the pixel clock
  623. [17:12:35] <TheSeven> it's just hdmi that's still bugging
  624. [17:12:46] <TheSeven> any example of a working compatible mode? :)
  625. [17:14:40] <TheSeven> rsalveti: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604165/
  626. [17:15:00] <TheSeven> that's with "video=HDMI-A-1:1280x720MR-24@50", and the TV just shows a blank screen
  627. [17:15:11] <TheSeven> most other modes i tried were just ignored
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  631. [17:31:12] <rsalveti> TheSeven: if you put drm.debug=7 you should have the list of valid modes from your monitor
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  633. [17:36:31] <TheSeven> seems like my tv says 720x576 now
  634. [17:36:49] <TheSeven> how can i dump that edid?
  635. [17:38:28] <sjhill> orbarron: what is 'hdpi' locale ?
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  637. [17:44:13] <rsalveti> TheSeven: check 608279
  638. [17:44:19] <rsalveti> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/608279
  639. [17:44:34] <rsalveti> sudo modprobe eeprom
  640. [17:44:41] <rsalveti> decode-edid 3
  641. [17:44:51] <rsalveti> I think the eeprom driver is enabled for panda
  642. [17:46:09] <rsalveti> argh, wl12xx is not enabled by default at this linaro kernel
  643. [17:46:11] <rsalveti> another rebuild
  644. [17:48:42] <rsalveti> brb, lunch
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  652. [18:10:58] <robclark> rsalveti, oh, decode-edid works now? I didn't even realize that.. (was still using parse-edid on the sysfs file)
  653. [18:13:29] <JimmyDB> is iopl() available?
  654. [18:13:38] * amjad_ (~amjad@59.177.15.20) has joined #pandaboard
  655. [18:13:40] <JimmyDB> ubuntu-netbook
  656. [18:13:57] <ds2> iopl? on ARM?
  657. [18:14:02] <JimmyDB> yeah
  658. [18:14:12] <ds2> I would think it makes no sense to ask that
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  660. [18:14:19] <JimmyDB> Well, I don
  661. [18:14:21] <JimmyDB> oops
  662. [18:14:28] <ds2> ARM IO is memory mapped
  663. [18:14:39] <ds2> x86 IO can be either mem mapped or IO spaced mapped
  664. [18:14:40] <JimmyDB> Well, I don't know, I was being asked... they saw it in reference to an OMAP3XXX
  665. [18:14:51] <ds2> *shrug*
  666. [18:14:56] <_av500_> wtf is iopl?
  667. [18:15:09] <JimmyDB> That would explain why they couldn't find it in any headers
  668. [18:15:19] <_av500_> they?
  669. [18:15:29] <_av500_> are *they* comming?
  670. [18:15:33] <JimmyDB> yeah, the person who asked me.
  671. [18:15:37] <_av500_> ah
  672. [18:15:43] <JimmyDB> 'they' are away today and until Wed
  673. [18:15:44] <ds2> I don't see how the MMU can be setup to implement iopl()
  674. [18:15:56] <_av500_> who needs iopl?
  675. [18:15:57] <ds2> anyways, stop doing IO in userspace :PP
  676. [18:16:06] <JimmyDB> I was told they needed to run iopl() to give their program permission to read data
  677. [18:16:19] <_av500_> they are doing it wrong
  678. [18:16:32] <ymanton> can anyone confirm that they can boot a board with the MLO/u-boot.bin/uImage combo found at https://gforge.ti.com/gf/download/frsrelease/418/4171/L24.9-PandaBoard_validation_environment.tar.gz ?
  679. [18:16:35] <JimmyDB> They are still in school, so I have no doubt
  680. [18:16:49] <ds2> on x86, 8051, etc I can I see it being possible
  681. [18:16:53] <ds2> on ARM?
  682. [18:17:20] <JimmyDB> So, community advice would be to slap them? that's completely doable
  683. [18:17:29] <_av500_> "This call is necessary to allow 8514-compatible X servers to run under Linux..."
  684. [18:17:34] <_av500_> from man iopl
  685. [18:18:01] <ds2> _av500_: it just setups a bit in the task register on x86 to allow the IO address space to be access carte-blanche
  686. [18:18:11] <_av500_> ds2: yeah
  687. [18:18:25] <ds2> JimmyDB: no, load them into a cannon and light the fuse! =)
  688. [18:18:32] <JimmyDB> ahhh. they are working on a driver so I see how they ran across it, just not why they found it in an OMAP document
  689. [18:18:34] <skorgon> ymanton, i didn't try the validation env, but the minimal-FS. that works
  690. [18:18:44] <_av500_> JimmyDB: drivers are in kernel land
  691. [18:18:48] <JimmyDB> yup
  692. [18:18:49] <_av500_> and kernel can read io mem
  693. [18:18:53] <ds2> wtf are they doing userland drivers?
  694. [18:19:06] <ds2> are they subverting the GPL? ;)
  695. [18:19:11] <JimmyDB> I don't know for sure... I'll put them in front of IRC on wed
  696. [18:19:11] <_av500_> ds2: maybe its a wayland driver?
  697. [18:19:38] * JimmyDB has interns
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  699. [18:19:57] * _av500_ needs interns
  700. [18:20:32] * ds2 needs clueful people.
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  703. [18:21:43] <_av500_> that too
  704. [18:24:01] <ymanton> skorgon: which board do you have, and how did you prepare your sdcard? script or manually?
  705. [18:24:43] <mru> iopl on omap makes no sense at all
  706. [18:24:57] <ymanton> manually preparing it with the validation env is getting me nowhere, xloader seems to run but craps out trying to load uboot
  707. [18:25:21] <JimmyDB> thanks mru,... I'm starting to understand that.
  708. [18:25:21] <mru> on a system with pci or a similar bus, the "io" space is mapped into a address region
  709. [18:26:35] <JimmyDB> I have him trying to interface a camera with the panda... I have watched him start with 'Hello World'
  710. [18:26:50] <skorgon> ymanton, I used the script. all my manual tries to format it ended up like yours
  711. [18:27:19] <skorgon> i ran the system on A1 and A2 boards
  712. [18:29:26] * hrw|away (~hrw@linaro/hrw) Quit ()
  713. [18:29:52] <mru> and iopl sets up the necessary userspace memory maps to access those addresses
  714. [18:29:52] <mru> of course it's a very naughty thing to do in the first place
  715. [18:30:38] <JimmyDB> thanks for the info mru, I'll listen
  716. [18:31:18] * prpplague (~danders@nat/ti/x-lszellewlhivumrf) Quit (Quit: Leaving)
  717. [18:31:48] <_av500_> JimmyDB: adding a camera to the omap4 is easy: use the same camera as on the blaze and run omx under android
  718. [18:32:09] <_av500_> all you need is a gmail account...
  719. [18:32:20] <JimmyDB> Well, I need it to be in ubuntu and we already have eval cam's laying around for him to use
  720. [18:33:01] <_av500_> csi?
  721. [18:33:10] <JimmyDB> I'm sure it will be a breaze for him to rip apart what our pro's do when they are done, but that's still a couple months out
  722. [18:33:17] <JimmyDB> CSI/MIPI
  723. [18:33:21] <ymanton> skorgon: thanks. ill give the script a try
  724. [18:33:23] <JimmyDB> CSI2
  725. [18:33:27] <JimmyDB> whatever you want to call it
  726. [18:33:45] <mru> does it have an "enhance image" function?
  727. [18:33:49] <mru> then it's a CSI
  728. [18:33:52] <_av500_> i call it "othe people do that, not me"
  729. [18:33:56] <_av500_> +r
  730. [18:34:43] <JimmyDB> mru, I have him working with an OV05430 i think
  731. [18:35:05] <JimmyDB> then he can move to the OV09810 and up to the OV14810
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  734. [18:37:18] <TheSeven> rsalveti: seems like the root cause of this whole hdmi problem is an i2c problem!
  735. [18:39:21] <_av500_> i2c is np hard
  736. [18:40:35] <TheSeven> reading the edid on my dvi screen works perfectly fine
  737. [18:40:44] <TheSeven> reading it on the hdmi screen times out
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  741. [18:48:55] <TheSeven> ah... reading the edid works when the hdmi screen is attached to the dvi connector :)
  742. [18:48:56] <TheSeven> http://paste.ubuntu.com/604188/
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  747. [19:05:31] <TheSeven> http://paste.ubuntu.com/604194/
  748. [19:05:36] <TheSeven> that's just incredible...
  749. [19:06:55] <robclark> fwiw the hdmi has it's own i2c (rather than using one of the regular omap i2c's)..
  750. [19:08:56] <TheSeven> apparently something doesn't know that
  751. [19:09:15] <TheSeven> i see i2c bus 3 timeouts all over the place during kernel startup
  752. [19:09:30] <TheSeven> hm, might just be an attempt to detect a nonpresent dvi display though
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  754. [19:11:00] <TheSeven> hm, edid-decode finds more modes in that edid: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604198/
  755. [19:11:35] <robclark> i2c3 timeouts must be from dvi (which does use a regular i2c)
  756. [19:12:35] <robclark> I suspect on hdmi side, something in dss probably shuts off some clock that hdmi needs.. I see all sorts of weird problems w/ hdmi (OCP_TIMEOUT, i2c issues, etc)
  757. [19:16:48] <TheSeven> is there a way to force this new testing kernel into a certain hdmi CEA mode number?
  758. [19:17:41] <TheSeven> from what I can tell from the edid, it should be using CEA modes 4 or 19
  759. [19:19:07] <TheSeven> the driver is apparently fooled by the display only advertising two "standard timings", and doesn't look at the additional ones
  760. [19:20:41] <rsalveti> robclark: yeah, that annoying drv_err message, I changed to be just a warning
  761. [19:21:05] <rsalveti> TheSeven: you can just get the edid this way when using the dvi connector at your board
  762. [19:21:30] <rsalveti> 1920x540?
  763. [19:21:34] <rsalveti> that's a weird resolution
  764. [19:21:46] <TheSeven> it claims that that's the native resolution, but that's bullshit
  765. [19:21:56] <TheSeven> i have no idea why there's a CEA ID for that resolution at all
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  767. [19:22:36] <TheSeven> anyway, i now know that it supports 1280x720@50 and 1280x720@60, both with 74.25MHz pixel clock, but with different blanking
  768. [19:22:49] <TheSeven> how can I teach the kernel to use that?
  769. [19:23:15] <TheSeven> *facepalm*
  770. [19:23:27] <TheSeven> rsalveti: 1920x540 is the 1080i mode!
  771. [19:24:31] <TheSeven> the kernel picks that one up and ignores that it's interlaced
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  773. [19:25:12] <TheSeven> halving the framebuffer height and sending the full frame for every field
  774. [19:25:41] <rsalveti> TheSeven: can you paste your kernel boot log with omapdss.debug=y drm.debug=7?
  775. [19:25:57] <TheSeven> sure
  776. [19:26:32] <rsalveti> meanwhile I'm stalling the new deb with the wl12xx driver, will check if it works fine
  777. [19:27:08] <TheSeven> so now I know what this edid says: PAL 50Hz non-interlaced, 720p 50Hz, 720p 60Hz, 1080i 60Hz, with the last one being advertised as the native resolution, while it's actually a 1366x768 panel
  778. [19:28:48] <TheSeven> rsalveti: here's the requested log: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604203/
  779. [19:28:58] <TheSeven> it was clipped off, as it exceeded the ring buffer length
  780. [19:29:08] <TheSeven> i hope all the interesting bits have made it :)
  781. [19:29:30] <TheSeven> that's with omapdss.debug=1 drm.debug=1 and no video= option
  782. [19:29:38] <TheSeven> er, drb.debug=7 of course
  783. [19:29:41] <TheSeven> drm*
  784. [19:29:44] * TheSeven can't type today
  785. [19:31:37] <rsalveti> cool, let me check it
  786. [19:33:35] <rsalveti> it can't find the preferred mode and the largest one it can find is 720x576@50
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  788. [19:34:09] <TheSeven> which is nonsense, there's 1280x720@50/60, even if it doesn't decode the interlaced one correctly
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  790. [19:35:12] <rsalveti> as a consequence it's not even adding the higher scaler modes, as the limit is 720x576
  791. [19:35:31] <TheSeven> so there's at least two flaws over here:
  792. [19:35:54] <TheSeven> - why does it fail to interpret the interlaced mode correctly? (or is the TV advertising it wrongly?)
  793. [19:36:02] <TheSeven> - why doesn't it see the 720p modes?
  794. [19:38:52] <rsalveti> it can see 1920x1080i but it fails while checking the timings
  795. [19:39:40] <rsalveti> ok, if we consider interlaced mode while checking the native_mode I believe we can at least add some additional resolutions
  796. [19:39:56] <rsalveti> I can create an uImage for you if you want to test
  797. [19:40:04] <rsalveti> let me publish my deb first
  798. [19:40:57] <TheSeven> any idea why the old kernel (2.6.38-1209-omap4 from the ubuntu repositories) did drive 1920x540 noninterlaced 60Hz?
  799. [19:41:15] <TheSeven> would the new kernel trip into that as well if it did consider the mode at all
  800. [19:41:36] <TheSeven> and sure, you can always throw testing binaries at me :)
  801. [19:42:26] <rsalveti> it could be that it's just getting the higher supported resolution, and not the native
  802. [19:42:39] <rsalveti> as it's now getting the native one but failing to check the timings
  803. [19:42:45] <rsalveti> [ 22.175231] [drm:omap_connector_mode_valid], connector: mode invalid: 11:"1920x1080i" 50 74250 1920 2448 2492 2640 1080 1084 1094 1125 0x48 0x15
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  805. [19:49:18] <rsalveti> TheSeven: http://people.canonical.com/~rsalveti/linaro/kernel/
  806. [19:49:23] <rsalveti> this will have the deb I'm currently using
  807. [19:49:35] <rsalveti> and it seems to have the wl12xx working, still booting to test
  808. [19:49:45] <rsalveti> will now produce a new uImage for you, hold on
  809. [19:50:40] <rsalveti> ok, was able to connect at my wpa2 ap
  810. [19:50:51] <rsalveti> just got a warning while booting
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  813. [19:59:29] <rsalveti> TheSeven: http://people.canonical.com/~rsalveti/linaro/kernel/uImage-1
  814. [20:00:03] <rsalveti> this make it add some more scalar modes, as it's now considering interlaced modes
  815. [20:01:07] <robclark> fwiw, it doesn't much surprise me that interlaced modes don't work.. I guess until now no one has tested them. I don't have an interlaced display, and I'm not sure about rsalveti
  816. [20:01:34] <rsalveti> robclark: exactly, don't have it either
  817. [20:07:25] <rsalveti> let me test with my tv
  818. [20:09:04] <TheSeven> rsalveti: is that uImage already in u-boot format?
  819. [20:09:15] <rsalveti> TheSeven: yup, just copy to your sdcard
  820. [20:09:19] <TheSeven> ok, fine :)
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  822. [20:14:16] <TheSeven> rsalveti: so what should I test now? what it does without a video= bootarg?
  823. [20:14:37] <rsalveti> TheSeven: please try without a video= bootarg
  824. [20:14:45] <TheSeven> ok, fine :)
  825. [20:14:49] <rsalveti> and with drm and dss debug
  826. [20:14:54] <rsalveti> just to check the boot log
  827. [20:16:45] <TheSeven> "Kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.38-1003-linaro-omap does not match your subarchitecture omap4, therefore not writing it to flash."
  828. [20:16:58] * TheSeven decides to just hack that check away
  829. [20:17:11] <rsalveti> TheSeven: argh, the flash-kernel bug
  830. [20:17:15] <rsalveti> I have a fix for that
  831. [20:17:16] <rsalveti> hold on
  832. [20:17:23] <TheSeven> i've already fixed it :)
  833. [20:17:32] <TheSeven> commenting a line did the trick :)
  834. [20:18:27] <rsalveti> TheSeven: https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/721147
  835. [20:18:39] <rsalveti> https://launchpadlibrarian.net/70890844/flash-kernel_2.28ubuntu19.1.debdiff
  836. [20:20:54] <rsalveti> seems my TV only likes the native resolution
  837. [20:21:05] <ogra_> rsalveti, poke me on sunday or monday to SRU that
  838. [20:21:13] <rsalveti> ogra_: sure :-)
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  840. [20:27:05] <TheSeven> rsalveti: blank screen :/
  841. [20:27:55] <TheSeven> usb keyboard doesn't seem to be initialized
  842. [20:28:34] <rsalveti> TheSeven: hm, weird
  843. [20:28:35] <TheSeven> and dmesg was flooded with wifi regulatory domain spam to an extent that that only the last 15 seconds are visible
  844. [20:29:06] <TheSeven> trying DVI now
  845. [20:29:23] <rsalveti> ok
  846. [20:29:30] <rsalveti> it shouldn't affect the usb
  847. [20:30:44] <TheSeven> eek
  848. [20:30:51] <TheSeven> null pointer dereference
  849. [20:31:31] <rsalveti> weeee
  850. [20:31:36] <rsalveti> new kernel, new bugs
  851. [20:32:25] <TheSeven> it just died during reboot: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604224/
  852. [20:34:05] <rsalveti> TheSeven: hm, the pvr driver was the first one that exploded
  853. [20:35:10] <TheSeven> there's more funky stuff going on here
  854. [20:35:27] <TheSeven> with the DVI monitor attached I just see a cursor in the top left corner of the screen
  855. [20:35:41] <TheSeven> (which was likely just clipped off on the HDMI tv)
  856. [20:35:58] <TheSeven> pressing ctrl+alt+Fx doesn't have any effect
  857. [20:36:38] <TheSeven> ah, that's why: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604226/http://paste.ubuntu.com/604226/
  858. [20:36:40] <TheSeven> erm http://paste.ubuntu.com/604226/
  859. [20:37:03] <TheSeven> more fun: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604227/
  860. [20:37:36] <rsalveti> TheSeven: yeah, remove the pvr driver for now
  861. [20:37:46] <rsalveti> and the module
  862. [20:37:57] <rsalveti> that's something I'll have to update later today
  863. [20:38:13] <TheSeven> once again regulatory spam all over the place
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  865. [20:40:42] <rsalveti> bt is also not working: [ 240.870941] INFO: task bluetoothd:847 blocked for more than 120 seconds.
  866. [20:40:47] <rsalveti> but that's "expected"
  867. [20:41:47] <TheSeven> banged again on reboot
  868. [20:41:55] <TheSeven> let's try booting without pvrsrvkm
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  871. [20:44:47] <TheSeven> rsalveti: this time i got a working console, including USB keyboard
  872. [20:44:56] <TheSeven> nevertheless I got this in dmesg: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604230/
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  875. [20:45:23] <TheSeven> it came up with 1280x960 on my fullhd DVI screen
  876. [20:45:28] <TheSeven> let me try HDMI again
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  878. [20:46:57] <_av500_> TheSeven: that clipping is called "overscan", your tv could have a setting to disable it
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  880. [20:52:52] <TheSeven> didn't find it so far at least
  881. [20:53:21] <TheSeven> rsalveti: can't manage to get the dss debug messages
  882. [20:53:30] <TheSeven> the ring buffer overflows way too quickly
  883. [20:53:57] <TheSeven> and i can't manage to bring up the HDMI display either
  884. [20:54:03] <TheSeven> still just a blank screen
  885. [20:54:03] <rsalveti> TheSeven: do you have console access?
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  887. [20:54:18] <rsalveti> boot with console=ttyO2,115200 loglevel=8
  888. [20:54:23] <TheSeven> in terms of blindly hacking on a keyboard, yes
  889. [20:54:24] <rsalveti> and then grab the log from there
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  891. [20:54:33] <rsalveti> I mean using uart
  892. [20:54:43] <TheSeven> hm, i might bring my laptop downstairs
  893. [20:54:51] <TheSeven> according to fbset the framebuffer is now 1680x1050
  894. [20:56:25] <tomeff> where i can get momentaly best kernel for panda? (git url pls)
  895. [20:56:37] <rsalveti> TheSeven: this is the highest scaler mode from the scaler_modes list
  896. [20:56:38] <rsalveti> that's why
  897. [20:57:12] <rsalveti> but we can add new resolutions for you, like 1900x540
  898. [20:57:19] <TheSeven> :P
  899. [20:57:33] <TheSeven> so it's actually supposed to drive it at 1080i now?
  900. [20:57:56] <rsalveti> for some reason the driver refuses the native mode from your monitor
  901. [20:58:13] <TheSeven> and instead chooses one that the monitor doesn't accept?
  902. [20:58:22] <rsalveti> and then it'll try some other options until it find the highest supported resolution
  903. [20:58:39] <TheSeven> 119000,1680/48/80/32,1050/3/21/6
  904. [20:58:49] <TheSeven> that's way below the display clock limits of the TV
  905. [20:58:51] <rsalveti> with previous driver 1900x540 was a supported one at the list
  906. [20:59:08] <TheSeven> er, way above :)
  907. [20:59:21] <TheSeven> and i mean pixel clock of course
  908. [20:59:23] <rsalveti> ok, let me get a new uImage for you
  909. [20:59:31] <TheSeven> heh :)
  910. [20:59:40] * TheSeven moves downstairs
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  913. [21:06:02] <rsalveti> TheSeven: http://people.canonical.com/~rsalveti/linaro/kernel/uImage-2
  914. [21:07:15] <TheSeven> damn, 5 seconds after I rebooted :)
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  916. [21:10:22] <TheSeven> rsalveti: still the old one: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604239/
  917. [21:10:43] <TheSeven> as you can see the pixel clock that's selected isn't supported by the monitor
  918. [21:10:45] <TheSeven> now trying the new one
  919. [21:12:14] <rsalveti> TheSeven: yup
  920. [21:12:21] <rsalveti> preferred mode is 1920x1080@50
  921. [21:12:33] <rsalveti> but all scaler modes are @60
  922. [21:13:12] <rsalveti> it does try 1920x1080i
  923. [21:13:18] <rsalveti> [ 3.895233] [drm:omap_connector_mode_valid], connector: mode invalid: 10:"1920x1080i" 50 74250 1920 2448 2492 2640 1080 1084 1094 1125 0x48 0x15
  924. [21:13:33] <TheSeven> yeah, who's rejecting that?
  925. [21:14:26] <rsalveti> TheSeven: omapdss: hdmi_check_timings
  926. [21:14:34] <rsalveti> the hdmi driver itself
  927. [21:15:15] <TheSeven> and if that "native mode" is interlaced, it obviously can't do slightly lower resolutions non-interlaced
  928. [21:16:05] <rsalveti> yup
  929. [21:16:34] <rsalveti> so the real question here is why the hell hdmi_check_timings is rejecting the preferred mode from your monitor
  930. [21:16:58] <_av500_> because it can
  931. [21:18:44] * TheSeven fails to bring up wifi
  932. [21:20:02] <TheSeven> wlan0 Interface doesn't support scanning : Device or resource busy
  933. [21:20:04] <TheSeven> ideas?
  934. [21:23:06] <rsalveti> TheSeven: can you boot with natty's kernel again (1208) and paste me the logs with dss debug?
  935. [21:23:37] <rsalveti> TheSeven: here the wlan driver is working fine...
  936. [21:29:15] <TheSeven> rsalveti: would 1209 work as well?
  937. [21:29:23] <rsalveti> TheSeven: yupo
  938. [21:29:25] <TheSeven> (it did also select the interlaced resolution but drive it wrongly)
  939. [21:30:55] <ctyler> Anyway to easily access a GPIO input from userspace? I'm not seeing /sys/class/gpio
  940. [21:32:30] <TheSeven> rsalveti: 1209 bootlog: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604246/
  941. [21:32:56] <rsalveti> TheSeven: the only real difference from the linaro kernel to the ubuntu one, regarding the hdmi driver, is that the linaro one uses the drm edid parser, while the ubuntu one implements one by hand
  942. [21:33:33] <TheSeven> does that maybe mean that the ubuntu ohne just misses that this mode is interlaced?
  943. [21:33:38] <rsalveti> so I'm not sure yet if the drm driver is giving the wrong timing information or we're missing some timings at the hdmi driver
  944. [21:34:55] <rsalveti> [ 4.546569] omapdss HDMI: temp_hsync = 720 , temp_vsync = 720timing_hsync = 720, timing_vsync = 22
  945. [21:34:55] <rsalveti> [ 4.555969] omapdss HDMI: Hdmi_code = 20 mode = 1
  946. [21:35:33] <rsalveti> could be that the way the ubuntu kernel it's calculating the values is wrong, but as the result would match the table, it goes fine
  947. [21:36:05] <rsalveti> what's happening with the linaro one is that the calculated timings from the drm driver is not matching the one with same resolution at the hdmi timing table
  948. [21:36:11] <rsalveti> it's not that the board doesn't support it
  949. [21:36:24] <rsalveti> it's just that the hdmi is refusing because the timing is not listed at the timing table
  950. [21:37:33] <rsalveti> from linaro: [ 3.895233] omapdss HDMI: temp_hsync = 830 , temp_vsync = 830timing_hsync = 720, timing_vsync = 45
  951. [21:37:45] <rsalveti> from ubuntu: [ 4.546569] omapdss HDMI: temp_hsync = 720 , temp_vsync = 720timing_hsync = 720, timing_vsync = 22
  952. [21:38:14] <rsalveti> but to check for the hsync and vsync it first checks if the pixel_clock, x_res and y_res match the one at the timing table
  953. [21:38:35] <rsalveti> http://paste.ubuntu.com/604248/
  954. [21:39:18] <rsalveti> the table: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604249/
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  960. [21:55:21] <TheSeven> rsalveti: boot log of your new testing kernel: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604254/
  961. [21:55:35] <rsalveti> TheSeven: should have a new one in minutes
  962. [21:55:55] <TheSeven> btw, this one has the regular heartbeat again, while the last one was a bit strange
  963. [21:56:08] <rsalveti> TheSeven: I activated the heartbeat again
  964. [21:56:56] <Guest47258> Hi guys, I am currently starting working on pandaboard. I got the linux source from https://gitorious.org/pandaboard/kernel-omap4/trees/L24.9 but not compile it yet. I wanna know what's the kernel version of it. can anybody tell me that? thx a lot!
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  966. [22:02:24] <_av500_> Guest47258: less Makefile
  967. [22:02:32] <dankobum> Guest47258, VERSION = 2
  968. [22:02:32] <dankobum> 2
  969. [22:02:32] <dankobum> PATCHLEVEL = 6
  970. [22:02:32] <dankobum> 3
  971. [22:02:32] <dankobum> SUBLEVEL = 35
  972. [22:02:55] <dankobum> 2.6.35
  973. [22:03:19] <Guest47258> thx dankobum and _av500_
  974. [22:04:16] <_av500_> Guest47258: this kernel has very old commits
  975. [22:04:22] <_av500_> and some from 2037
  976. [22:04:26] <_av500_> and 2019
  977. [22:05:17] <Guest47258> BTW, in this source it includes HDMI driver for both video and audio right? but in the previous kernel version such as 2.6.34,33,32 there is no complete HDMI features?
  978. [22:05:47] <_av500_> the 24.9 bracnh has its last commit from august 2010
  979. [22:05:48] <trem> nite all, sweet dreams
  980. [22:05:56] <Guest47258> so is there any other version which has newer commit?
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  982. [22:06:11] <_av500_> yes
  983. [22:06:18] <_av500_> probably one from omapzoom.org
  984. [22:06:28] <_av500_> did you read pandaboard.org?
  985. [22:06:40] <_av500_> did it mention this gitorius kernel?
  986. [22:07:11] <Guest47258> yes, i read it and seems they add complete hdmi feature after 2.6.35 kernel
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  988. [22:08:52] <_av500_> I would not call it complete
  989. [22:09:09] <_av500_> there is still a struggle to get even video working
  990. [22:09:38] <Guest47258> it does support hdmi video out right?
  991. [22:09:46] <_av500_> somewhat
  992. [22:09:53] <_av500_> if you have the right monitor or tv
  993. [22:09:58] <_av500_> not so much if you have a LG
  994. [22:10:08] <Guest47258> got it!
  995. [22:10:22] <Guest47258> i have a dell and i hope it will be ok
  996. [22:11:23] * TheSeven has a SHARP that's acting up as well
  997. [22:11:50] <rsalveti> TheSeven: http://people.canonical.com/~rsalveti/linaro/kernel/uImage-3
  998. [22:11:56] <rsalveti> please boot it and paste be the logs
  999. [22:12:06] <rsalveti> this is just to get some more debug info from the kernel
  1000. [22:12:14] <rsalveti> it's still not going to fix your issue
  1001. [22:12:25] <rsalveti> I hope to have the fix after seeing the logs
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  1003. [22:15:05] <rsalveti> TheSeven: you'll get tons of debug messages
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  1006. [22:18:36] <TheSeven> rsalveti: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604261/
  1007. [22:18:57] <rsalveti> TheSeven: cool, let me check
  1008. [22:21:23] <rsalveti> TheSeven: ok, here's the bug:
  1009. [22:21:31] <rsalveti> [ 3.906921] omapdss HDMI: Monitor timings -> pck: 74250, xres: 1920, yres: 1080
  1010. [22:21:42] <rsalveti> for 1920x1080i
  1011. [22:21:59] <rsalveti> so the hdmi driver actually thinks it's 1920x1080
  1012. [22:22:03] <rsalveti> then it'll check with the table
  1013. [22:22:12] <rsalveti> [ 3.907043] omapdss HDMI: Matching mode -> pck: 74250, xres: 1920, yres: 1080
  1014. [22:22:24] <rsalveti> but that's wrong, because it y_res should be 540
  1015. [22:23:01] <rsalveti> let me understand how the drm driver is dealing with interlaced modes
  1016. [22:23:24] <_av500_> rsalveti: the issue is that the screen can do 1080i only, right?
  1017. [22:23:31] <rsalveti> _av500_: yes
  1018. [22:23:56] <_av500_> ic
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  1026. [22:50:40] <rsalveti> TheSeven: one more test: http://people.canonical.com/~rsalveti/linaro/kernel/uImage-4
  1027. [22:55:13] <TheSeven> rsalveti: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604269/
  1028. [22:55:49] <TheSeven> 720x576 again
  1029. [22:58:14] <rsalveti> TheSeven: yeah, don't know why the hdmi driver is tracing interlace mode like this
  1030. [22:58:23] <rsalveti> a flag, as done in the drm driver, should be more than enough
  1031. [22:58:29] <rsalveti> let me get another fix
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  1033. [23:06:24] <robclark> rsalveti, we should probably add a flag in omap_video_timings, to track h/vsync polarity, interlaced, etc... ie. make it more like drm
  1034. [23:06:35] <robclark> the way it is now is a bit... strange..
  1035. [23:06:39] <rsalveti> robclark: yeah
  1036. [23:06:58] <rsalveti> robclark: I have to / 2 if it's interlace, so it can match the hdmi timing table
  1037. [23:07:29] <rsalveti> otherwise it'll fail to match the table and get a proper hdmi code
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  1041. [23:13:10] <rsalveti> TheSeven: http://people.canonical.com/~rsalveti/linaro/kernel/uImage-5
  1042. [23:17:21] <TheSeven> rsalveti: the TV recognized the mode as 1080i 50Hz :)
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  1044. [23:17:36] <TheSeven> however I'm getting a black screen
  1045. [23:18:27] <rsalveti> TheSeven: hm
  1046. [23:18:34] <rsalveti> TheSeven: can you paste me the boot log?
  1047. [23:18:39] <TheSeven> sure
  1048. [23:19:14] <TheSeven> http://paste.ubuntu.com/604272/
  1049. [23:21:05] <TheSeven> $ cat /sys/devices/omapdss/display1/timings
  1050. [23:21:05] <TheSeven> 74250,1920/528/148/44,540/2/15/5
  1051. [23:21:12] <TheSeven> seems to be fine
  1052. [23:23:38] <TheSeven> it's interesting that the automatically chosen wrongly modes did all work so far (1920x540 and 720x576), and the right ones (1080i now, and 720p manually earlier) didn't
  1053. [23:24:31] <TheSeven> this might well be yet another peculiarity of this TV though
  1054. [23:24:45] <rsalveti> TheSeven: the mode now is correct, but your framebuffer and connector seems wrong
  1055. [23:25:06] <rsalveti> fbset -i should show you 1920x1080, instead of 1920x540
  1056. [23:26:47] <TheSeven> mode "1920x1080"
  1057. [23:26:47] <TheSeven> geometry 1920 1080 1920 1080 32
  1058. [23:27:03] <TheSeven> seems to be fine
  1059. [23:27:15] <rsalveti> TheSeven: what are you getting with natty's kernel?
  1060. [23:27:30] <TheSeven> 1920x540
  1061. [23:28:20] <rsalveti> TheSeven: with fbset -i?
  1062. [23:28:44] <TheSeven> i think so
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  1065. [23:32:38] <TheSeven> rsalveti: so does my log contain something that points towards yet another kernel issue? or might it as well be just my tv that's showing a black screen for no reason?
  1066. [23:32:51] <rsalveti> TheSeven: probably another kernel issue
  1067. [23:33:21] <TheSeven> so what might make it show just a black screen?
  1068. [23:33:28] <TheSeven> anything i could try?
  1069. [23:33:33] <rsalveti> not yet sure
  1070. [23:33:45] <TheSeven> does this test pattern bootarg still exist, and might it help figuring out what's going on?
  1071. [23:34:02] <rsalveti> TheSeven: booting with natty's kernel and checking the framebuffer size can also help
  1072. [23:34:06] <rsalveti> omapfb.debug=1
  1073. [23:34:32] <rsalveti> please add this to the kernel cmd line when booting with natty's kernel
  1074. [23:34:51] <TheSeven> i'm 99% sure that it was 1920x540, but i'll retry in a minute
  1075. [23:35:37] <rsalveti> first difference:
  1076. [23:35:41] <rsalveti> natty: [ 4.784393] omapdss OVERLAY: check_overlay 0: (0,0 1920x540 -> 1920x540) disp (1920x540)
  1077. [23:35:54] <rsalveti> linaro: [ 6.042388] omapdss OVERLAY: check_overlay 0: (0,0 1920x1080 -> 1920x1080) disp (1920x540)
  1078. [23:36:32] <rsalveti> that's kind of expected, the only thing I did now is to treat the interlace mode while probing the timings
  1079. [23:37:03] <rsalveti> need to check for the interlace flag while creating the overlay and such
  1080. [23:40:09] <TheSeven> rsalveti: 1209 log: http://paste.ubuntu.com/604277/
  1081. [23:40:24] <TheSeven> as you can see at the end, wifi is bugging there as well
  1082. [23:40:52] <rsalveti> TheSeven: yup, everything is changed when using interlace mode
  1083. [23:41:07] <rsalveti> seems we have a mode_fixup callback
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  1086. [23:44:38] <rsalveti> TheSeven: ok, seems I got what needs to be changed
  1087. [23:44:52] <rsalveti> but need dinner for now, will you be on-line for a while still?
  1088. [23:45:19] <TheSeven> probably not, as i'm in utc+2
  1089. [23:45:26] <rsalveti> ouch hehe
  1090. [23:45:26] <TheSeven> so it's 2am here
  1091. [23:45:36] <rsalveti> TheSeven: np, will get a new kernel for you tomorrow
  1092. [23:45:44] <TheSeven> well, depends on your definition of "while" :)
  1093. [23:45:55] <TheSeven> in which time zone do you live btw?
  1094. [23:46:01] <rsalveti> utc-3
  1095. [23:46:27] <TheSeven> someone said you would be about to be traveling during the next days? when approximately will you have time for this kind of stuff?
  1096. [23:48:02] <rsalveti> TheSeven: I'll traveling to budapest tomorrow, but should be on-line most of the days
  1097. [23:48:29] <rsalveti> and this is also something good to get fixed asap, as most kernel people will be there as well
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  1099. [23:48:43] <rsalveti> and I'll have tons of monitors to test :-)
  1100. [23:49:09] <TheSeven> sounds like a plan, heh :)
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  1102. [23:53:09] <TheSeven> ok, so i'll probably be back in ~9 hours

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