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IRC Log for 2011-07-12

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  10. [00:22:55] <jlin> Hello
  11. [00:23:19] <jlin> new to pandaboard development and have a question on board bring-up
  12. [00:24:28] <jlin> I've been able to load Ubuntu 11.04 netbook armel version to my 8gb SD card and launched it a few times
  13. [00:24:50] <jlin> However, recently it has issues with booting
  14. [00:25:09] <jlin> Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0 mmc_send_cmd: timedout waiting for cmddis! ** Can't read from device 0 ** ** Unable to use mmc 0:1 for fatload ** mmc_send_cmd: timedout waiting for cmddis! ** Can't read from device 0 ** ** Unable to use mmc 0:1 for fatload ** Panda # mmc rescan Panda # boot mmc_send_cmd: timedout waiting for cmddis! ** Can't read from device 0 ** ** Unable to use mmc 0:1 for fatload ** mmc_send_cmd: timedout wait
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  17. [00:26:15] <jlin> any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks! =)
  18. [00:26:45] <skorgon> jlin, did you check you sdcard is still OK.
  19. [00:27:19] <jlin> i'm able to view the file system on my host machine
  20. [00:27:38] <jlin> and it does mount properly
  21. [00:28:01] <skorgon> what about the partition holding kernel and initrd?
  22. [00:28:51] <jlin> that one seems okay too. Both partitions mount upon insertion to the usb-sd card reader
  23. [00:30:16] <jlin> W95 FAT32 boot and linux kernel partition
  24. [00:31:48] <skorgon> sorry, i'm out of ideas... i'd take another sdcard and try that to rule out sdcard issues.
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  26. [00:32:24] <skorgon> if that shows the same behavior i'd suspect issues with panda's sdcard reader. but i'm only speculating
  27. [00:33:11] <jlin> alright thanks
  28. [00:33:17] <jlin> yeah, I tried on 3 diff sd cards now
  29. [00:33:26] <jlin> could be the pandaboard
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  34. [00:49:00] <blisk> <calculus> if you think it is power supply issues, what power supply do you have (voltage, amps)? anything connected to the mini-usb port of the pandaboard?
  35. [00:49:07] <blisk> i'm using the digi key recommended power supply
  36. [00:49:09] <blisk> 5v 4a
  37. [00:49:22] <blisk> andit was working with the pandaboard before... now it isn't
  38. [00:49:54] <blisk> i hookedit up to an oscilloscope and its a solid 5v
  39. [00:49:58] <blisk> not under.. basically 5.04
  40. [00:50:03] <blisk> and its really smooth
  41. [00:51:08] <blisk> i also have a 5v 2.5a power supply that can hook up via the USB otg
  42. [00:51:45] <blisk> and it didn't work before... so i'm assuming its too low of amps for something ot turn on and is giving it shit
  43. [00:51:50] <blisk> or loose solder or something
  44. [00:52:22] <blisk> the chip gets pretty warm so i donno ifthat would cause anything to flow and disocnnect.. doesn't seem *that* warm but
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  46. [00:53:19] <robclark> 5v 4a to the 5v connector should be a reliable setup.. so I suppose it is possible that something is damaged
  47. [00:53:38] <blisk> blah.. well what are my steps then?
  48. [00:53:59] <blisk> this board is backordered and its a senior design project.. we ordered this one backordered and it shipped within a week
  49. [00:54:04] <blisk> however i'm concerned about that
  50. [00:54:19] <blisk> and we have less than 4 weeks til presenting
  51. [00:54:21] <robclark> I guess prpplague^2 would be best to ask for sanity check steps
  52. [00:54:57] <blisk> i have a DC power supply and a DC tip (as we were planning on using our own power supply at some point)
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  54. [00:55:22] <blisk> however we haven't yet ordered the PCB.. soon. but i do have a DC tip from radio shack i can use to hook up to a DC power supply
  55. [00:55:32] <blisk> so i could try that
  56. [00:55:45] <robclark> well, I'd stick to 5v 4a power supply (not mess w/ USB power) for now..
  57. [00:56:00] <robclark> if you have the right equipment, I guess prpplague^2 could recommend points to probe
  58. [00:56:12] <blisk> however i'm a bit confused on the positive tip polarity of the DC connector.. does that simply mean the + end is the inside of the DC connector?
  59. [00:56:38] <blisk> so i should supply the DC power such that the positive voltage is inside and "negative"
  60. [00:56:44] <blisk> is on the outside of the connector?
  61. [00:56:56] <blisk> k
  62. [00:57:05] <robclark> not sure.. let me see if I can find a multimeter and I can double check what my power supply is
  63. [00:57:06] <blisk> yeah i can have a logic analyser
  64. [00:57:16] <robclark> brb
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  66. [00:59:37] <robclark> hmm, not sure where my multimeter is, but label on my power supply says + in center, - on outside
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  74. [01:50:27] <Mitnick_> From git://git.omapzoom.org/platform/external/iptables
  75. [01:50:29] <Mitnick_> * [new tag] android-3.2_r1 -> android-3.2_r1
  76. [01:50:48] <Mitnick_> android 3.2 is opening now?
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  92. [04:24:06] <MrCurious> how many serial ports on the expansion headers
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  96. [04:32:55] <prpplague^2> MrCurious: one
  97. [04:33:22] <MrCurious> does it have rx of uart 1
  98. [04:33:44] <prpplague^2> MrCurious: yea, and the tx is actually on the lcd expansion header
  99. [04:33:58] <prpplague^2> MrCurious: so if you consider both expansion headers you can have two
  100. [04:34:41] <MrCurious> cool, ty
  101. [04:34:47] <prpplague^2> MrCurious: most people don't use the lcd header though
  102. [04:36:25] <MrCurious> i just need the rx :D
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  105. [04:51:35] <aquadran> robclark: L24.14 boot http://pastebin.com/kuehrv3C but syslink is not working: ipc_proc_sync_start failed: status [0xffffffff] ipc_attach : ipc_proc_sync_start failed [0xffffffff] ...
  106. [04:53:08] <aquadran> hdmi is 1080p but somehow colors broken, maybe not colors difficult to say, it looks like when i hotplug from dvi to not configured hdmi before
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  108. [04:55:41] <aquadran> robclark: will try L24.13 and then L24.12
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  114. [05:24:19] <blisk1871> prpplague^2:
  115. [05:24:22] <blisk1871> i need to talk to you about my board
  116. [05:25:02] <blisk1871> i'm having some major issues.. I ruled out the power supply for sure
  117. [05:25:14] <blisk1871> however it could be the power circitry on the pandaboard itself
  118. [05:25:26] <blisk1871> or I think it could be the SD card cage connection or something weird with that
  119. [05:25:57] <blisk1871> when i start it up.. lately its been giving me just one LED light up (looking at it with the SD card cage in the upper left, the LED to the left)
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  121. [05:27:01] <blisk1871> so I think the board is corrupting the SD cards somehow
  122. [05:27:24] <blisk1871> because i swapped to another card.. that i know works and had as a backup.. didn't work initially..
  123. [05:27:38] <blisk1871> so i reformatted it (as it was just basic ubuntu nearly unconfigured)
  124. [05:27:53] <blisk1871> and it worked.. with the new 11.04 ubuntu on there and extracting it to the card
  125. [05:28:04] <blisk1871> however it only worked about 5-6 times
  126. [05:28:27] <blisk1871> and was somewhat inconsistent when i plugged in the pandaboard on it starting up (two LEd's)
  127. [05:28:38] <blisk1871> i got a few one LED start up's
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  129. [05:28:54] <Openfree`> anyone familiar with gnu assemble? I have problem "impossible constraint"
  130. [05:29:02] <mru> paste code
  131. [05:29:03] <Openfree`> http://paste.pocoo.org/show/436714/
  132. [05:29:26] <mru> that code looks familiar
  133. [05:29:33] <Openfree`> gcc complain about "i" constraint about p
  134. [05:29:40] <mru> gcc version?
  135. [05:29:42] <Openfree`> that code from ffmpeg
  136. [05:29:46] <Openfree`> gcc 4.5.2
  137. [05:30:10] <mru> works here
  138. [05:30:23] <Openfree`> ? what your gcc version
  139. [05:30:27] <mru> all of them
  140. [05:30:29] <blisk1871> prpplague^2: I was told to contact you about it.. I have access to some really good oscillosopes, logic analyzers, whatever. please let me know what you think I should test.
  141. [05:31:07] <mru> what flags?
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  143. [05:31:19] <Openfree`> gcc -o test main.c
  144. [05:31:23] <mru> add -O2
  145. [05:31:40] <mru> or -finline-functions
  146. [05:31:45] <Openfree`> same problem
  147. [05:32:02] <Openfree`> actually I'm using hardfloat toolchain
  148. [05:32:24] <mru> doesn't matter
  149. [05:32:29] <Openfree`> still not work
  150. [05:32:53] <skorgon> openfree, "i" : An immediate integer operand (one with constant value) is allowed. This includes symbolic constants whose values will be known only at assembly time.
  151. [05:33:07] <skorgon> doesn't look like your code complys to that
  152. [05:34:12] <mru> with enough optimisations it would
  153. [05:34:37] <mru> but try replacing 'b' in the call with a literal integer
  154. [05:36:22] <MrCurious> level converting done and tested on gps module. ready to link to pandaboard
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  156. [05:38:05] <Openfree`> mru, my bad, I changed my code! yes, with -O2, itcompile sucessfully.
  157. [05:38:36] <Openfree`> I will dig into the code, see why the -O2 remove from compile flags
  158. [05:38:46] <Openfree`> 'b' not works
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  171. [06:03:51] <blisk1871> can the pandaboard overheat?
  172. [06:04:03] <blisk1871> does there need to be a heatsink on the thing or should it be fine?
  173. [06:07:53] <_av500_> blisk1871: the chip is for mobile phones and tablets
  174. [06:07:59] <_av500_> few of them will sport a fan
  175. [06:08:16] <blisk1871> yeah but they don't get as warm as the pandaboard does
  176. [06:08:26] <blisk1871> not constantly
  177. [06:17:51] <blisk1871> anyway trying to figure out why my board died on me
  178. [06:17:56] <blisk1871> or is acting really fucked up
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  180. [06:20:36] <mru> mine is fine w/o any heatsink
  181. [06:20:57] <mru> tjmax is 105??C
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  227. [08:33:47] <lyc> hi,I want to use 2.6.38 kernel on pandaboard,are there any branch?
  228. [08:34:10] <lyc> I want to play video.
  229. [08:35:59] * av500 wants a steak sandwich
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  234. [08:38:37] <koen> now I'm hungry
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  248. [09:20:29] * Topic is 'OMAP discussion & development on PandaBoard Platform | Site: http://www.PandaBoard.org | Paste @ http://pastebin.pandaboard.org/ |Wiki: http://www.omappedia.com/wiki/PandaBoard | IRC logs: http://www.pandaboard.org/pbirclogs/ | IRC Guide: http://tinyurl.com/ircsurvivalguide'
  249. [09:20:29] * Set by orbarron!~orb@nat/ti/x-ztoqabxrceydslsj on Mon Jun 06 15:00:29 UTC 2011
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  263. [10:03:00] <HuanChi> hi
  264. [10:03:49] <HuanChi> how can I setup the Pandaboard use Ubuntu
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  266. [10:04:19] <HuanChi> ?
  267. [10:04:22] <HuanChi> how can I setup the Pandaboard use Ubuntu?
  268. [10:04:33] <HuanChi> anyone know?
  269. [10:04:59] <av500> read http://www.PandaBoard.org
  270. [10:05:06] <Mitnick_> please follow releasenote on pandaboard.org
  271. [10:05:13] <Mitnick_> haha
  272. [10:05:14] <LetoThe2nd> or read https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/OMAP
  273. [10:05:59] <LetoThe2nd> av500: finished your grinding? ;-)
  274. [10:06:34] <av500> on it
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  280. [10:48:08] <alastor9> Hello guys :D
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  282. [10:49:20] <alastor9> Does anyone knows if omapfb video output works on panda with Natty with a stock kernel ?
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  284. [10:54:39] <tomazio> Has any body a running an Wlan AP on panda using the 2.6.39 kernel and hostapd?
  285. [10:57:07] <alastor9> Damn, I don't know which is the stock kernel ... Anyway does omapfb driver works on 2.6.38.2 ( 2.6.38-1208 ) ?
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  299. [11:47:57] <alemariusnexus> Hi. Has anybody else experienced problems with the PVR GLES2 driver on Ubuntu 11.04 lately?
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  302. [11:51:28] <Spider-Pork> alemariusnexus: try to ask on #ubuntu-arm
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  323. [12:56:13] <Eric`> hi
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  328. [12:57:20] <Eric`> has anyone bought the pandaboard on digikey website?
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  331. [12:58:26] <LetoThe2nd> Eric`: yes. yes, they don't have them in stock. yes, we recommend ordering there. no, there's no faster way. yes, order there, wait a few weeks get one. no, there's really no faster way.
  332. [12:58:38] <LetoThe2nd> :P
  333. [12:59:27] <Spider-Pork|2> I got it in 10 days from digikey here in italy
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  336. [13:00:16] <LetoThe2nd> Spider-Pork: yes, that complies with what most people report nowadays.
  337. [13:00:19] <Eric`> i am in France
  338. [13:00:53] <Eric`> LetoThe2nd: thanks
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  373. [14:29:06] <plm_> people, sorry, but what is advantage/point to use "Pandaboard OpenGL PowerVR CrossCompile On Debian" ?
  374. [14:29:17] <plm_> Hi all
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  380. [14:31:42] <plm> sorry.. my connection down...
  381. [14:31:45] <plm> well..
  382. [14:31:50] <plm> anyone can temm me about that?
  383. [14:31:55] <av500> ???
  384. [14:32:13] <plm> the intention is to use the power of GPU of OMAP4 like as a gpu of nvidia?
  385. [14:32:20] <plm> av500: http://www.jotschi.de/?p=569&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=pandaboard-opengl-powervr-crosscompile-on-debian
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  387. [14:32:43] <av500> plm: why dont you ask Mr Jotschi?
  388. [14:33:42] <Defiant> plm: as in opencl?
  389. [14:34:20] <plm> Defiant: humm
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  413. [15:30:56] <av500> http://oyster.ignimgs.com/wordpress/www.ign.com/1783/2011/07/AlienvsPanda.gif
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  417. [15:33:38] <orbarron> hehe :D
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  421. [15:49:09] <janrinze> hi there, does anyone know a distro optimized for armv7 but not using Thumb?
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  423. [15:50:21] <av500> janrinze: angstrom?
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  425. [15:51:11] <janrinze> av500: hmm.. must have that laying around somewhere..
  426. [15:51:28] <av500> janrinze: http://narcissus.angstrom-distribution.org/
  427. [15:53:55] <LetoThe2nd> janrinze: buildroot, gentoo, ptxdist or similarsif you set the compiler accordingly :-)
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  435. [15:58:36] <janrinze> LetoThe2nd: yep, i know.. but starting from scratch is a bit hard with those.
  436. [15:59:19] <janrinze> LetoThe2nd: i run Debian on my PC so that makes the transition less obvious.
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  438. [16:00:11] <LetoThe2nd> janrinze: people asking for software running a very specific instruction set are either competent, and therefore able to start from scratch, or merely buzzwording. and then they better shouldn't care.... :P
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  440. [16:00:45] <LetoThe2nd> attention: last post was highly subjective and is explicitly my own point of view! :-)
  441. [16:01:04] <mru> LetoThe2nd: hey, don't keep it all to yourself
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  443. [16:01:37] * jayabharath curious what janrinze is trying to do with a armv7 optimized distro....
  444. [16:01:59] <LetoThe2nd> welcomes jay back to life.
  445. [16:02:33] <janrinze> jayabharath: i was using Linaro but most ARM stuff i wrote is not supported by the Thumb compiler.. which is a bit annoying..
  446. [16:02:33] <jayabharath> :) -- yep I am alive after having 4 kids messup my home for last week.... feels good to be back
  447. [16:02:44] <av500> janrinze: grab a user space image from narcissus
  448. [16:03:01] <janrinze> av500: it's already assembling one..
  449. [16:03:25] <jayabharath> janrinze: I see
  450. [16:03:43] <av500> koen: narcissus should have a generic armv7 "community board" target....
  451. [16:03:50] <janrinze> having inline assembly barfing is not my kind of fun. ;-)
  452. [16:04:41] <robclark> janrinze, you can compile code to run in arm mode on ubuntu
  453. [16:05:02] <LetoThe2nd> yeah, instruction sets should be switchable at runtime AFAIK
  454. [16:05:11] <janrinze> robclark: gcc on ubuntu will default to thumb, wont generate ARM code
  455. [16:05:25] <robclark> there is an argument to control that..
  456. [16:05:41] <av500> I'm sure there were many arguments about that :)
  457. [16:05:51] <janrinze> robclark: i know you can switch 'to' thumb.. not the reverse if it is built to generate thumb
  458. [16:05:54] <robclark> and in fact, arm and thumb(2) can interop.. so you can even have certain fxns in arm mode (for example)
  459. [16:06:02] <jayabharath> koen: Just saw ur interview in the meld community page ... http://meld.org/blog/spotlight/koen-kooi ... where is you professional troll shirt?? :P
  460. [16:06:31] <janrinze> robclark: any pointers how to instruct the compiler to do that?
  461. [16:07:09] <koen> jayabharath: I didn't that that 8 years ago when that picture was taken :)
  462. [16:07:14] <robclark> something like -marm or -32 or something like that.. I'd have to dig out the man page
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  464. [16:07:31] <robclark> -marm
  465. [16:07:35] <jayabharath> koen: I thought that was the only shirt you wear .. he he :)
  466. [16:07:41] <koen> :)
  467. [16:07:51] <janrinze> robclark: will test that now. :-)
  468. [16:14:02] <janrinze> robclark: thanks, could not find that in gcc --help so really appreciated!
  469. [16:14:22] <robclark> no prob
  470. [16:18:42] <aquadran> robclark: it looks L24.12-14 has dss code close to 2.6.38 kernel, hdmi works partialy, proper resolution, but something wrong with colors. syslink seems load firmwares upto 24.13
  471. [16:19:32] <robclark> ndec, did syslink change L24.13 -> L24.14
  472. [16:20:59] <aquadran> it looks L24.11-14 each branch works own way, so comparing is difficult
  473. [16:21:31] <ndec> robclark: aquadran: syslink changed a lot between .11 and .12, iirc. not after .12
  474. [16:22:04] <ndec> aquadran: well... there is probably something you need to know that we haven't advertised too much...
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  476. [16:22:20] <av500> <drumroll>
  477. [16:22:53] <ndec> in .12 we have migrated from the 'good' old kernel, e.g. kernel-omap4 from dev.omapzoom.org, to the most recent android kernel, e.g. kernel/omap.git on git.omapzoom.org
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  480. [16:23:24] <ndec> so .12 is very close from the TI .35 android kernel.
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  483. [16:23:57] <ndec> the main reason is that there was no more traction inside TI to maintain the old kernel-omap4 which had stayed on .35 too but without all the PM work and the other changes from android.
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  485. [16:24:34] <ndec> so most of the developers were either focusing on android .35 or on mainline. so using the kernel-omap4 tree was painful and useless
  486. [16:24:43] <aquadran> ndec: what i noticed debug mesg code for dss are the same for 12-14, but 11 looks like old kernels
  487. [16:25:03] <ndec> aquadran: that makes sense based on what i just said, no?
  488. [16:25:21] <ndec> and btw, ubuntu 10.10 kernel is based on the L24.11 kernel too
  489. [16:26:00] <ndec> and the ducati firmware that we released for 10.10 in the PPA won't work with the L24.12+ kernels
  490. [16:26:04] <av500> L24.12-14 2.6.38 L24.11 2.6.35 10.10
  491. [16:26:22] <ndec> av500: what?
  492. [16:26:33] <av500> ndec: is that not clear? :)
  493. [16:26:34] <aquadran> ndec: i could only test load firmwares, so maybe only load, but simply not work fully
  494. [16:27:02] <ndec> L24 branches are all based on .35. <=.11 it's based on kernel-omap4 tree, and >=.12 it's based on android kernel tree, but it's .35 still
  495. [16:27:37] <ndec> 11.04 kernel is based on .38, and we have merged some pieces that were missing in mainline from the .35 kernel
  496. [16:27:38] <koen> L24.13 is a thinly disguised L27
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  498. [16:27:43] <jayabharath> ndec: basically bottom line is done use anyting >=.12
  499. [16:28:01] <jayabharath> s/done/dont/
  500. [16:28:42] <ndec> jayabharath: that's correct. i also started by saying that we didn't advertise it. mainly because it wasn't meant to be used since we don't provide all the pieces (like DDK and ducati)
  501. [16:29:34] <ndec> it's used for some internal projects. we just ended up using a public git tree for the kernel because it was convenient.
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  505. [16:30:02] <jayabharath> ndec: yep. I really hope we can keep such tree (>=l24.12) internal instread of pushing them to public and creating potential confusion... but that my wish :)
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  507. [16:30:51] <aquadran> ndec: maybe it was asked before, so for panda best supported for now is 24.11 kernel ? until 3.x will be ready ?
  508. [16:31:27] <jayabharath> aquadran: If it's just the kernel you care about there use the .39 upstream...
  509. [16:32:01] <aquadran> jayabharath: which branch ? i'm confused currenlty :)
  510. [16:32:07] <jayabharath> http://elinux.org/Panda_How_to_kernel_2_6_39rel
  511. [16:32:24] <ndec> aquadran: it depends on what you want to do. the best kernel right I would say is 11.04 and .38. robclark has just added enough bits for someone brave enough to play video. but except for video playback .38 should be used. you get the best DDK available today, and compiz as well
  512. [16:32:33] <ndec> and mac802.11
  513. [16:32:50] <aquadran> ndec: hdmi is broken for rob branch
  514. [16:33:05] <ndec> really?
  515. [16:33:20] <aquadran> something wrong with clocks for higer resolutions
  516. [16:33:26] <aquadran> higher*
  517. [16:33:42] <aquadran> 1080p, 720p are not stable, out of sync
  518. [16:33:57] <aquadran> or not 720p maybe will work
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  520. [16:34:32] <aquadran> few 1080p below not work
  521. [16:35:50] <aquadran> not mention lock flip issues with v4l2 for hdmi
  522. [16:36:14] <robclark> ndec, v4l2/dss support in 2.6.38 is still pretty rough
  523. [16:37:37] <ndec> robclark: yeah. that i remember...
  524. [16:38:24] <ndec> aquadran: 3.0 kernel should come soon in 11.10 daily builds. it will be based on (yet another tree): http://git.linaro.org/gitweb?p=people/andygreen/kernel-tilt.git
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  527. [16:39:03] <aquadran> ndec: nice, thanks for info
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  531. [16:42:33] <aquadran> ndec: which git head ?
  532. [16:43:43] <aquadran> master ?
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  534. [16:44:28] <ndec> aquadran: master. I believe. agreen (on #linaro) maintains this tree, and ubuntu kernel team will pull from this tree for 11.10
  535. [16:50:05] <Gabriel__> Hello, someone to help me fix my pandaboard which don't want to power on anymore?
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  538. [16:53:42] <LetoThe2nd> Gabriel__: maybe someone will step up after telling us a) since when b) what you did last c) if you have tried another sd card d) think of any relevant details yourself.
  539. [16:55:38] <Gabriel__> okay so a) Since 25 minutes b) last thing i did, "halt" c) Tried two different SD, reformatting them... d) hm, can"t test the power supply but was working 1 hour ago and, didn't notice something wrong with it e) thanks
  540. [16:58:01] <aquadran> Gabriel__: i think you need proper "format" it, i did based on script. however i never looked into details.
  541. [17:01:26] <aquadran> Gabriel__: http://git.openembedded.org/cgit.cgi/openembedded/tree/contrib/angstrom/omap3-mkcard.sh
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  545. [17:09:05] <GrueMaster> prpplague^2: I think I found an issue on the pandaboard wrt power on the USB ports (not power over mini-USB). I have power going through a relay to the pandaboard 5mm power jack. When I power off, it still pulls power from my external HD enclosure.
  546. [17:12:36] <av500> ?
  547. [17:19:54] <dm8tbr> GrueMaster: IIRC the USB standard says that devices should not feed back over the bus, under any cercumstances.
  548. [17:20:15] <dm8tbr> GrueMaster: IOW, your HDD sucks too
  549. [17:20:43] <av500> I still dont get the setup...
  550. [17:22:57] <GrueMaster> av500: Essentially pandaboard with power brick to provide power. Sata drive in external enclosure & separate power source. Unplug pandaboard from power brick, panda stays on, but in less stable state.
  551. [17:23:09] <GrueMaster> Ignore the relay, it is just for automation.
  552. [17:24:21] <GrueMaster> Not the only arm system I am seeing this on either. I have an iMX53 quickstart that appears to be drawing power from a powered usb hub, but only enough to make the leds glow.
  553. [17:27:49] <av500> that would mean the hub provides power on the upstream port?
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  555. [17:51:32] <prpplague> nhg: ping
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  560. [18:01:14] <corecode> hi
  561. [18:01:24] <plm> what is advantage to use angstrom over ubuntu in pandaboard?
  562. [18:01:26] <corecode> what's the suggestion where to buy a pandaboard?
  563. [18:01:47] <corecode> seems none of the vendors have pandaboards available
  564. [18:02:08] <prpplague> corecode: http://pandaboard.org/content/buy
  565. [18:02:33] <LetoThe2nd> corecode: yes, they don't have them in stock. yes, we recommend ordering there. no, there's no faster way. yes, order there, wait a few weeks get one. no, there's really no faster way.
  566. [18:02:46] <LetoThe2nd> repetitions++.
  567. [18:02:57] <corecode> so they do come through?
  568. [18:03:07] <prpplague> corecode: yes
  569. [18:03:15] <prpplague> corecode: wait time right now is about 10 to 14 days
  570. [18:03:24] <corecode> ah ok
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  572. [18:16:32] <prpplague> ho ho hum
  573. [18:16:39] <prpplague> so much work to do, so little time
  574. [18:18:10] <av500> there is always the night
  575. [18:19:34] <GrueMaster> And they banned cloning in the US. Pitty.
  576. [18:20:14] <av500> there is always outsourcing
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  578. [18:22:11] <corecode> what power draw will the pandaboard have?
  579. [18:22:36] <av500> depends
  580. [18:24:01] <corecode> max?
  581. [18:24:43] <prpplague> if you do a dead short, it will be pretty high
  582. [18:24:56] <corecode> oh yey helpful people
  583. [18:25:00] <prpplague> corecode: the recommended power supply for the pandaboard is a 4A @5v
  584. [18:25:11] <prpplague> corecode: that handles most of the standard use cases
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  590. [18:40:50] <prpplague> koen: ping
  591. [18:45:34] <Gabriel__> I'm experiencing some problems with my PB power supply, I mean no leds blinking nothing, but it was working a few hours ago and suddenly nothing. Is there a way to test it with the mini usb port?
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  594. [18:55:29] <Emerelle> hi
  595. [18:55:43] <Emerelle> what kind of video codecs does the pandaboard support?
  596. [18:55:57] <nhg1> h264 and mpeg4
  597. [18:56:33] <Emerelle> k ty
  598. [18:56:41] <nhg1> Gabriel__: yes you can power through USB-OTG port on panda
  599. [18:56:46] <aquadran> robclark: what codecs are in your firmware build ?
  600. [18:57:07] <robclark> nhg1, there is a mpeg2 codec too.. part of the GA release.. but that only works on 2.6.38 and display is a bit dodgy on that kernel
  601. [18:57:21] <robclark> aquadran, the latest builds, w/ GA codecs, have h264+mpeg2
  602. [18:57:48] <robclark> (mpeg4 decoder was missing.. at least as of a few weeks ago...)
  603. [18:57:55] <aquadran> i thought maybe mpeg4
  604. [18:58:21] <aquadran> strange as mpeg4 encode is published
  605. [18:58:27] <robclark> the older firmware for 10.10 was h264+mpeg4
  606. [18:58:30] <robclark> yeah..
  607. [18:58:52] <robclark> mpeg4 decoder is supposed to be coming.. tho don't know exactly when
  608. [18:59:20] <nhg1> robclark: ok thanks.
  609. [19:00:39] <Emerelle> so on what exactly does it depend which video codes is supported and which one isnt?
  610. [19:01:33] <Gabriel__> nhg1 with simple mini usb or Y cable?
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  613. [19:03:41] <nhg1> Y cable
  614. [19:04:04] <nhg1> regular cable current draw wont be enough
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  617. [19:08:31] <Gabriel__> nhg1 Even a little led blink?
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  624. [19:29:10] <titan> hi
  625. [19:29:37] <mru> lo
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  628. [19:36:23] <koen> prpplague: pong
  629. [19:36:30] <prpplague> koen: hey
  630. [19:36:50] <prpplague> koen: added the beacon board - http://elinux.org/BeagleBoardPinMux#List_of_Vendor_and_Device_IDs
  631. [19:36:56] <prpplague> koen: use the same pin mux as trainer
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  635. [19:40:13] <koen> prpplague: http://pastebin.com/BP7By0Sw
  636. [19:41:20] <prpplague> koen: yep, looks good for a start
  637. [19:41:57] <koen> I'll push that out to angstrom later this week
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  639. [19:44:06] <prpplague> koen: thanks
  640. [19:44:14] <prpplague> koen: i'll let you know if there are any changes
  641. [19:44:35] <prpplague> koen: i already like it for doing debug stuff, hehe
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  644. [19:59:47] <Gabriel__> So, I have a fully functional power supply, a pandaboard wich was working 5 hours ago, and after a basic power off ( with halt ), I can't power on it anymore, no leds nothing, any ideas?
  645. [20:01:49] <wmat> prpplague: ping
  646. [20:02:15] <nhg> Gabriel__: what kind of power supply were you using?
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  648. [20:02:38] <nhg> 5V 4Amp?
  649. [20:02:56] * pesterie_ (~repier@109.94.41.242) Quit (Client Quit)
  650. [20:03:17] <Gabriel__> buyed from waterott, 5v 1,6A, was working good for 30 days
  651. [20:03:32] <Gabriel__> nothing plugged in usb
  652. [20:05:32] <wmat> prpplague: http://pastebin.com/CZDAwuQf
  653. [20:05:45] <nhg> 1.6A will not be enough for some of the use cases....so if you're booting a full linux distro...you may experience resetting type issues
  654. [20:06:14] <nhg> hence our recommendation for 5V/3-4Amp power supplies
  655. [20:07:37] <Gabriel__> I was using minimal ubuntu rootfs. 1.6 should be enough to at least seeing a led blinking no? I think my board just... dead, don't know why
  656. [20:10:01] <Gabriel__> And the minimal rootfs was working very good
  657. [20:10:18] <prpplague> wmat: pong
  658. [20:10:22] <prpplague> wmat: sorry back
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  660. [20:11:18] <trem> nite all, sweet dreams
  661. [20:11:20] <prpplague> wmat: interesting
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  663. [20:12:37] <wmat> prpplague: i get serial output fine with the jtag attached to the board
  664. [20:14:27] <prpplague> wmat: hmm, i wonder if there is a problem with the 14-pin arm adapter
  665. [20:15:27] * wmat wonders if he hooked it up correctly
  666. [20:18:08] <prpplague> wmat: i just ran a few tests with no issues
  667. [20:18:53] <wmat> on the PB, red cable matches the J8 pin?
  668. [20:19:07] <wmat> basically crossing the board?
  669. [20:20:11] <prpplague> wmat: yea, red side of the cable should match the J8 connector
  670. [20:20:22] <prpplague> wmat: with the label for J8 on the red side
  671. [20:20:41] <wmat> yep
  672. [20:20:44] <prpplague> wmat: try running the test with the power to the panda off
  673. [20:23:01] <wmat> Error: unable to open ftdi device: device not found
  674. [20:23:01] <wmat> in procedure 'init'
  675. [20:24:05] <prpplague> uh that doesnt sound right
  676. [20:24:14] <wmat> no
  677. [20:24:24] <prpplague> wmat: run the test with the 20pin connector adapter disconnected
  678. [20:25:04] <wmat> same
  679. [20:25:22] <wmat> flyswatter is through a hub, could that be an issue?
  680. [20:25:31] <prpplague> wmat: hmmm
  681. [20:25:35] <prpplague> wmat: that is possible
  682. [20:25:49] <wmat> does the init code expect it at a specific device node?
  683. [20:26:08] <prpplague> wmat: no, it should identify by the product name
  684. [20:27:02] <wmat> perhaps if my desk wasn't such a disaster
  685. [20:27:19] <prpplague> wmat: hehe
  686. [20:27:28] * prpplague cleaned up his dungeon today
  687. [20:28:02] <orbarron> prpplague: about time... did you find any cheetos
  688. [20:28:11] <wmat> ok, i bypassed the hub and now get the same error I pastebinned
  689. [20:28:13] <prpplague> didn't see any
  690. [20:28:41] <prpplague> wmat: with the 20-pin adapter disconnected?
  691. [20:28:46] <wmat> yes
  692. [20:29:21] <wmat> this is with the openocd git master and your patch applied manually, btw
  693. [20:29:38] <prpplague> wmat: ok, a quick check of the openocd mailing list seems to indicate that it might be a libusb or libftdi version issue
  694. [20:29:47] <prpplague> wmat: what versions are you using of each
  695. [20:32:04] <wmat> it would seem I have multiple versions of libusb installed: libusb-0.1-4 and libusb-1.0-0
  696. [20:32:17] <wmat> libftdi1 0.18
  697. [20:32:38] <prpplague> wmat: ok that is most likely the issue
  698. [20:32:53] <wmat> which one?
  699. [20:32:54] <prpplague> wmat: try removing libusb0.1
  700. [20:32:58] <wmat> ah
  701. [20:33:08] <prpplague> wmat: you may need to reconfigure and recompile
  702. [20:33:19] <prpplague> wmat: actually
  703. [20:33:22] <prpplague> wmat: do a
  704. [20:33:25] <prpplague> wmat: ldd on openocd
  705. [20:33:33] <prpplague> wmat: and see which one it is using
  706. [20:34:36] <prpplague> wmat: hmm, my builds are using libusb-0.1-4
  707. [20:35:06] * prpplague wonders if wmat has built for one version and is using another
  708. [20:35:16] <wmat> prpplague: mine built with libusb-0.1
  709. [20:35:45] <prpplague> wmat: hmm
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  711. [20:36:21] <wmat> prpplague: are you using the latest openocd?
  712. [20:36:34] <prpplague> wmat: it is about 3 weeks old
  713. [20:36:54] <wmat> ok, i'm going to remove the older libusb and see what happens
  714. [20:36:55] * prpplague does a pull
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  716. [20:51:47] <wmat> bah, ubuntu won't let me uninstall libusb-0.1 of course
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  727. [21:21:26] <prpplague> wmat: sorry back to testing
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  729. [21:21:30] <prpplague> wmat: jason came by the desk
  730. [21:22:20] <wmat> ah
  731. [21:22:34] <wmat> can I pass LIBS= or something to the openocd compile?
  732. [21:27:18] <prpplague> wmat: sorry still getting my build updated, give me a few
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  734. [21:35:25] <prpplague> wmat: ok just tested 0.5.0-rc2 with libusb-0.1 with no issues
  735. [21:35:37] <prpplague> wmat: let me send you an updated patch
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  737. [21:39:43] <prpplague> wmat: patch on the way
  738. [21:45:45] <wmat> prpplague: got it, but it fails to apply with patch -p1
  739. [21:46:56] <prpplague> wmat: hmm, odd i wonder if my email client clobbered it
  740. [21:46:59] <prpplague> one sec
  741. [21:48:00] <wmat> yep, i fixed it and it's good now
  742. [21:50:24] <wmat> prpplague: except for the last hunk
  743. [21:50:46] <wmat> did you really want an empty .cfg file?
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  745. [21:51:42] <prpplague> wmat: looks like yahoo ate the patch
  746. [21:51:47] <prpplague> wmat: let me resend it
  747. [21:52:46] <wmat> you're the only person I can think of still using a yahoo address :/
  748. [21:53:47] <prpplague> wmat: hehe, yea i need to switch
  749. [21:54:23] <prpplague> wmat: sent again
  750. [21:54:25] <prpplague> wmat: try that one
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  755. [22:08:16] <wmat> bummer, with the 20 pin disconnected, same error
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  765. [22:48:48] <bparker06> wmat: at least in Japan, yahoo is as popular as google is in the US
  766. [22:49:34] <bparker06> their search, mail, maps, even auctions (moreso than ebay) is preferred
  767. [22:49:37] <wmat> bparker06: really, i didn't know that.
  768. [22:49:56] <bparker06> I would say google is not even that popular in japan
  769. [22:50:09] <bparker06> at least not to the average computer user
  770. [22:54:05] <mru> same in korea
  771. [22:54:27] <mru> at least a few years ago, finding a local business with google was impossible there
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  779. [23:26:50] <fraxbe> Does anyone know if there is a patch for 2.6.39 that contains omap-hdmi.c?
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