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  22. [01:34:45] <prpplague> man is it one hot summer
  23. [01:35:00] <prpplague> my electric bill is going to be astronomical
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  44. [02:23:33] <pfefferz> prpplague, are you in CA prpplague ?
  45. [02:30:41] <prpplague> pfefferz: not for a million dollars
  46. [02:30:49] <prpplague> pfefferz: i'm in dallas
  47. [02:30:58] <pfefferz> prpplague, haha...I'm in Austin
  48. [02:31:09] <pfefferz> Dallas is cool
  49. [02:31:15] <pfefferz> love Texas
  50. [02:31:37] <prpplague> pfefferz: you based in austin? or just visiting?
  51. [02:31:46] <pfefferz> no based in Austin
  52. [02:32:25] <prpplague> ahh
  53. [02:32:37] <pfefferz> it is hot though
  54. [02:32:51] <prpplague> indeed
  55. [02:32:55] <prpplague> 106 today here
  56. [02:33:25] <pfefferz> wow
  57. [02:33:39] <pfefferz> thats almost too host for BBQ ;)
  58. [02:33:43] <pfefferz> thats almost too hot for BBQ ;)
  59. [02:34:58] <prpplague> hehe
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  61. [02:49:52] <prpplague> koen: hey, i can get a t-shirt now - http://www.wafc.org/groupimage/1103
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  83. [04:59:26] <Ting> Hello!
  84. [04:59:48] <Ting> I'm a new user of pandaboard!
  85. [05:00:37] <Ting> I download ubuntu-netbook-10.10-preinstalled-netbook-armel+omap4.img.gz
  86. [05:01:20] <Ting> And use this command: sudo sh -c 'zcat ubuntu-netbook-10.10-preinstalled-netbook-armel+omap4.img.gz > /dev/sdd1'
  87. [05:01:50] <prpplague> Ting: do not use the "1"
  88. [05:02:17] <prpplague> assuming sdd is the actual drive you are working with the command should be: sudo sh -c 'zcat ubuntu-netbook-10.10-preinstalled-netbook-armel+omap4.img.gz > /dev/sdd'
  89. [05:03:24] <Ting> Ok, let me try again.
  90. [05:07:39] <Ting> After I run the command, there is none return. Is it right?
  91. [05:08:32] <prpplague> Ting: i did not understand your statement
  92. [05:09:33] <dm8tbr> he means there is no 'your image has now been flashed' message
  93. [05:10:15] <prpplague> ahh
  94. [05:10:21] <Ting> ....
  95. [05:10:27] <prpplague> Ting: yes it will return to the shell prompt
  96. [05:13:05] <Ting> Ok, thanks a lot.
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  106. [06:18:05] <Mickey> I have a question
  107. [06:18:27] <Mickey> When I boot the pandaboard, I've got the message "CPU frequency scaling unsupported"...
  108. [06:18:31] <Mickey> What's going on??
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  110. [06:19:17] <hitlin37_> means you cannot change cpu frequency dynamically....might be some options are disable in kernel
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  113. [06:22:32] <hell> got my panda)
  114. [06:23:30] <Mickey> I'm using the pre-built image
  115. [06:23:48] <Mickey> I didn't touch anything in kernel
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  118. [06:27:21] <hitlin37_> if you don't need to change cpu frequency..than its fine
  119. [06:30:25] <Mickey> 1MHz is the max of OMAP4430?
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  121. [06:31:12] <hitlin37_> pandaboard runs on 1ghz
  122. [06:32:53] <Mickey> It says the CPU freq is 1MHz...
  123. [06:32:59] <dr-no> when telling me to hit any key to stop boot ..
  124. [06:33:35] <dr-no> in minicom I'm typing.. but I don't see an effect on my PC screen neither on the boot process
  125. [06:33:46] <av500> same answer as yesterday
  126. [06:33:51] <av500> check your serial/cable
  127. [06:33:57] <av500> do a loopback test
  128. [06:33:58] <dr-no> my cable seems fine
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  130. [06:34:09] <hitlin37_> dr-no.ur cable or minicom settings....any of it can be wrong
  131. [06:34:13] <av500> define "seems"
  132. [06:34:19] <dr-no> but how in minicom I can use Tx
  133. [06:34:38] <dr-no> I checked loop back.. checked both Tx & Rx
  134. [06:34:49] <dr-no> functioning good
  135. [06:35:04] <dr-no> when I type somehting in minicom I should be able to see it on the screen ?
  136. [06:35:55] <av500> yes, you should be able to stop the auto boot
  137. [06:36:29] <dr-no> okay I understand taht
  138. [06:36:31] <dr-no> *that
  139. [06:36:57] <dr-no> but on the pc screen when I type something I don't see an echo .. does that mean it's sending but because echo is turned off I see nothing
  140. [06:36:59] <hitlin37_> dr-no,if u r not comfortable with minicom,use putty or hyperterminal on windows
  141. [06:37:13] <dr-no> I did use another client on windows
  142. [06:37:19] <dr-no> teratare
  143. [06:37:23] <dr-no> hyperterminal
  144. [06:37:26] <dr-no> all the same problem
  145. [06:37:34] <hitlin37_> in minicom ,u can enable local echo as ON of OFF.check
  146. [06:37:54] <dr-no> then it is a cable problem ?
  147. [06:38:10] <hitlin37_> what cable are u using?
  148. [06:38:17] <hitlin37_> usb to serial?
  149. [06:38:21] <dr-no> yes
  150. [06:38:38] <av500> dr-no: did you do a loopback test?
  151. [06:38:51] <dr-no> yes
  152. [06:39:03] <av500> well, then its not the cable
  153. [06:39:10] <av500> and you have the correct speed?
  154. [06:39:13] <av500> 115200,8n1?
  155. [06:39:17] <dr-no> yeah
  156. [06:39:25] <dr-no> that's the baud rate and the configuration
  157. [06:39:27] <dr-no> 8 bits
  158. [06:39:31] <dr-no> 8n1
  159. [06:39:36] <dr-no> and baud rate = 115200
  160. [06:39:37] <hitlin37_> may be wrong driver?u r on windows right now or linux
  161. [06:39:46] <dr-no> used both
  162. [06:39:50] <dr-no> but Rx is working fine
  163. [06:40:00] <av500> hitlin37_: if he can loopback by shorting pins 2+3, its ok
  164. [06:40:11] <hitlin37_> hmmmm
  165. [06:40:13] <av500> driver wise
  166. [06:40:22] <dr-no> might be ..
  167. [06:40:26] <dr-no> I will try to use a native cable
  168. [06:40:33] <av500> dr-no: native?
  169. [06:40:37] <av500> using nullmodem?
  170. [06:40:39] <dr-no> I mean
  171. [06:40:39] <av500> dont
  172. [06:40:56] <dr-no> I mean serial to serial
  173. [06:41:00] <dr-no> and noth usb to serial
  174. [06:41:04] <dr-no> *not
  175. [06:41:05] <av500> plug the usb2 serial directly to the panda
  176. [06:41:16] <dr-no> so I didn't need a driver.. directly to the COM port
  177. [06:41:23] <dr-no> *I don't
  178. [06:41:30] <dr-no> isn't that betteer ?
  179. [06:44:22] <av500> no
  180. [06:44:26] <av500> same
  181. [06:44:40] <av500> if you can do loopback, its not a driver issue
  182. [06:45:04] <av500> do you connect your usb2serial directly to the panda?
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  184. [06:46:17] <dr-no> I will try it again now
  185. [06:46:20] <dr-no> from windows
  186. [06:46:26] <dr-no> using Termite 2.5
  187. [06:46:50] <dr-no> Flow control = none
  188. [06:50:31] <dr-no> what should I see on my console is an indication that it stopped booting ?
  189. [06:53:54] <av500> something
  190. [06:54:01] <av500> and it will stop booting
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  203. [07:54:46] <smith_> Hi..
  204. [07:55:54] <smith_> I am trying to change LCD screen resolution on panda board using fbset utility.. i set resolution to 1280x800 but i observed 2 blued screen..
  205. [07:56:16] <av500> omg, panda does blue screens too
  206. [07:56:20] <smith_> any suggestion to avoid such 2 screen in resolution 1280x800 ?
  207. [07:57:08] <dm8tbr> smith_: and your screen is connected how?
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  209. [07:57:48] <smith_> av500: its spell mistake.. its not blue.. its blurred
  210. [07:58:00] <LetoThe2nd> oO( bluered? )
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  212. [07:58:53] <smith_> fbset -fb /dev/fb0 -g 1280 800 1280 800 32"
  213. [07:59:20] <smith_> i used "fbset -fb /dev/fb0 -g 1280 800 1280 800 32" to chnage screen resolution
  214. [07:59:52] <smith_> default screen resolution is "1920x1080px"
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  216. [08:01:06] <smith_> @av500 and @dm8tbr: any suggession, why i observed 2 blurred screens after "fbset -fb /dev/fb0 -g 1280 800 1280 800 32"
  217. [08:01:15] <dm8tbr> 07:57:07< dm8tbr> smith_: and your screen is connected how?
  218. [08:01:26] <av500> i guess viy HDMI
  219. [08:01:28] <av500> via
  220. [08:01:36] <dm8tbr> even if you work for BatLabs that does not absolve you from answering questions
  221. [08:01:43] <smith_> through hdmi on panda
  222. [08:01:47] <av500> and the HDMI driver resolution does not change via fbset
  223. [08:02:24] <smith_> dm8tbr: through hdmi, av500 is write..
  224. [08:02:55] <dm8tbr> see there is your answer
  225. [08:04:11] <smith_> @av500 and @ dm8tbr: So is there a way to change resolution ?
  226. [08:04:35] <dr-no> I solved the damn cable problem
  227. [08:04:41] <av500> dr-no: pray tell
  228. [08:04:42] <dr-no> it was the cable !
  229. [08:04:46] <av500> see
  230. [08:04:54] <av500> what cable btw?
  231. [08:05:07] <av500> [08:41:04] <av500> plug the usb2 serial directly to the panda
  232. [08:05:08] <dr-no> serial to serial cable
  233. [08:05:14] <dr-no> doesn't have a brand
  234. [08:05:20] <dr-no> :)
  235. [08:05:25] * LetoThe2nd bets it was a cross cable.
  236. [08:05:42] <dr-no> which commands I can use in the terminal ?
  237. [08:05:43] <av500> [+1]
  238. [08:05:48] <dr-no> hehe
  239. [08:05:53] <dr-no> thanks guys
  240. [08:09:01] <smith_> av500 and dm8tbr: should i try with new hdmi cable .. or is there a way to change resolution in kernel code?
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  242. [08:10:31] <dm8tbr> smith_: what is the native resolution of this display you have connected?
  243. [08:11:03] <av500> smith_: yes, you need a cable that has 1920x1080 on one end and 1280x800 on the other
  244. [08:11:08] <JWoodward> hello, does anyone know where you can buy the panda board in quantity's of 100+ - 1000+?
  245. [08:11:12] <smith_> dm8tbr: it's 1920x1080px
  246. [08:11:15] <av500> JWoodward: nowhere
  247. [08:11:26] <av500> JWoodward: and there is no need for that
  248. [08:11:32] <dr-no> av500 : what commands can I use in the terminal ?
  249. [08:11:38] <av500> ???
  250. [08:11:51] <av500> JWoodward: if you are planning a commercial product, the panda is not the right platform
  251. [08:11:54] <dm8tbr> av500: he meant codes, obviously ;)
  252. [08:11:56] <dr-no> changing boot arguments / booting
  253. [08:12:05] <av500> dr-no: yes and?
  254. [08:12:07] <JWoodward> why is that?
  255. [08:12:09] <av500> google down?
  256. [08:12:18] <av500> JWoodward: because is it not a platform for commercial
  257. [08:12:23] <dr-no> googled it .. didn't find
  258. [08:12:24] <av500> its heavily subsidised
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  260. [08:12:35] <av500> it could go away any day
  261. [08:13:08] <av500> JWoodward: http://omappedia.org/wiki/PandaBoard_FAQ#Is_PandaBoard_an_end_product.3F_Or.2C_can_I_use_PandaBoard_in_my_end_product.3F
  262. [08:13:25] <av500> JWoodward: if you want omap4 based products, talk to TI
  263. [08:13:33] <av500> omap4platforminquiries@list.ti.com
  264. [08:13:35] <hitlin37_> yes.till this day,u can't get cortex a9 dual core from any manufacturer at 174$
  265. [08:14:31] <smith_> dm8tbr and av500: currently i have only 1920x1080p cables.. is there any workaround, other than cable, means i can see chnaged resolution ?
  266. [08:14:37] <LetoThe2nd> JWoodward: check out phytec, they have a comparable dropin meant for use in products.
  267. [08:14:58] <av500> http://www.phytec.com/news/OMAP4_PR.html
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  270. [08:16:23] <hitlin37_> http://www.hardkernel.com/renewal_2011/main.php
  271. [08:16:46] <dm8tbr> smith_: if you want 1280x800, and want it to look crisp, you should attach a display with that resolution. simple as that
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  273. [08:22:39] <koen> dm8tbr: Sir, can you send exact steps?
  274. [08:23:06] <smith_> dm8tbr and av500: i agree with your suggestions.. means i do not have any choice, other than changing the cable and display.. isnt it ?
  275. [08:23:11] * dm8tbr sends koen some codes: Oop5eosh Ohxi1dau yugh5Che ees2Eth7
  276. [08:23:40] <av500> smith_: the cable was a joke
  277. [08:24:48] <av500> smith_: http://omappedia.org/wiki/Bootargs_for_enabling_display#How_to_read_and_set_EDID_timings_for_HDMI
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  279. [08:29:35] * hell boots ubuntu on 4-class flash. mistake)
  280. [08:29:58] <hell> slow card is soooo sloooooow
  281. [08:32:20] <JWoodward> PandaBoard is designed to be a vehicle for mobile software development. PandaBoard is neither an end product nor is designed to be directly included in an end product.
  282. [08:32:22] <JWoodward> why?
  283. [08:32:24] <JWoodward> :/
  284. [08:32:34] <JWoodward> it does everything needed
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  286. [08:33:40] <LetoThe2nd> JWoodward: *guess* because it's components subsidized by TI, and TI probably doesn't want to donate to other businesses?
  287. [08:35:07] <JWoodward> so instead of selling loads of them they would rather I bench mark against their board and find my own supplier of something the same
  288. [08:35:16] <JWoodward> or have to design the board myself
  289. [08:35:22] <LetoThe2nd> JWoodward: have you never spent a thought why the panda is so cheap, compared to other products?
  290. [08:35:48] <LetoThe2nd> JWoodward: go ahead, the schematics are freely available. but TI also won't sell you the silicon.
  291. [08:35:57] <hell> JWoodward: because you can't by omap4)
  292. [08:36:27] <LetoThe2nd> JWoodward: TI are plainly not interested in the smal volume market with omap4, they made that point clear.
  293. [08:36:35] <hell> and you can't build anything without contract with TI.
  294. [08:37:29] <av500> JWoodward: TI subsidises panda and makes 0 profit
  295. [08:37:40] * agreen-away is now known as agreen
  296. [08:37:40] <av500> expect a commercial panda to be more lile $350 and more
  297. [08:38:03] <LetoThe2nd> JWoodward: so your best chances to include anything omap4 in some product of yours, is either to buy some drop-in solution like the phytec board, or go large scale, make 1.000.000 +x per anno and have them sell you the silicon.
  298. [08:39:35] <ds2> or just go with something else
  299. [08:39:54] <JWoodward> like the samsung cortex a8
  300. [08:40:09] <av500> samsung, freescale, ST, the chinese
  301. [08:40:12] <ds2> there are choices with A9... some more crippled then others
  302. [08:41:41] <JWoodward> its nearly impossible to get a valid ISO9001:2008 certificate out of china :(
  303. [08:41:48] <smith_> av500 and m8tbr: dont need to change display for resolution 1280x800.. you can simply run fbset cmd before X. it will take that resolution without any blurred..
  304. [08:42:02] <hell> JWoodward: i think, that wiil be 'civil' omap4 in future, like AM37** and AM35** for omap35
  305. [08:42:02] <smith_> thnaks for your support..
  306. [08:43:05] <av500> JWoodward: what? they will print you a stack of 1000 happily
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  310. [08:44:05] <av500> hell: yes, that is planned
  311. [08:44:17] <av500> AM54xx or so
  312. [08:48:19] <JWoodward> has anyone tried zigbee with the pandaboard/
  313. [08:48:50] <av500> not that we heard here of
  314. [08:49:57] <hell> av500: good news. I plan create a small 'core' board for am35, but for tasks like playing h.264 am54** will be good enough
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  316. [08:51:58] <ds2> what's so special about zigbee and the panda? zigbee works fine on the beagle and unless the O4 screws up the UART....
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  326. [09:20:31] * 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'
  327. [09:20:31] * Set by orbarron!~orb@nat/ti/x-ztoqabxrceydslsj on Mon Jun 06 15:00:29 UTC 2011
  328. [09:22:55] <Mitnick> gst-plugins-bad0.10 - 0.10.20-1ubuntu1.1+ti0.24.9.1+3ubuntu1 make ppa install failed
  329. [09:26:00] <dm8tbr> #ubuntu-arm
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  331. [09:37:19] <av500> 100fps!
  332. [09:39:45] <koen> hrw: congrats!
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  335. [09:50:33] <hrw> koen: ?
  336. [09:50:56] <av500> hrw: for volunteering the 68k port
  337. [09:51:13] <hrw> never did
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  339. [10:04:31] <koen> hrw: I must have put your birthday on the wrong date in my calendar
  340. [10:05:43] <hrw> koen: ah. that
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  344. [10:16:02] <wlan_video> hello all, we are doing project on pandaboadrd for wlan video sync
  345. [10:16:19] <wlan_video> when we are doing following command we getting the error
  346. [10:16:28] <wlan_video> here is the log
  347. [10:16:50] <wlan_video> wlanvideosyn@wlanvideosyn-desktop:~$ sudo apt-get install minicom [sudo] password for wlanvideosyn: Sorry, try again. [sudo] password for wlanvideosyn: Sorry, try again. [sudo] password for wlanvideosyn: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package minicom
  348. [10:17:09] <wlan_video> can anybody suggest what this error is?
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  350. [10:18:30] <hrw> koen: 'congrats' did not fit my brain ;D
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  352. [10:23:53] <koen> hrw: must be the old age getting to you
  353. [10:24:23] <suihkulokki> more attention to next generations birthday +)
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  362. [11:16:53] <WLAN_video> sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tiomap-dev/release Error reading https://launchpad.net/api/1.0/~tiomap-dev/+archive/release: <urlopen error [Errno -2] Name or service not known>
  363. [11:17:04] <WLAN_video> what does this error mean
  364. [11:17:26] <av500> -> #ubuntu-arm
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  366. [11:17:41] <WLAN_video> we are getting this error while we are trying to add omap addons on ubuntu
  367. [11:18:47] <dm8tbr> ask on #ubuntu-arm please
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  374. [11:28:22] <Mickey> Hi
  375. [11:28:45] <Mickey> I clone the kernel source from gitorious.org/pandaboard/kernel-mainline
  376. [11:29:17] <Mickey> I compile the source and I got a message that the image name is "Linux-3.0.0-rc5-gc6196c7-dirty"
  377. [11:29:41] <Mickey> How can i update this repository?? I cannot find any tag or branches...
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  380. [11:32:23] <wlan> sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tiomap-dev/release Error reading https://launchpad.net/api/1.0/~tiomap-dev/+archive/release: <urlopen error [Errno -2] Name or service not known>
  381. [11:32:31] <wlan> what does above error mean?
  382. [11:32:57] <phh> you don't have an internet connection.
  383. [11:34:59] <Mickey> Any idea about update repository?
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  386. [11:37:23] <Jake9xx> any news on the TI hardfp codecs?
  387. [11:37:29] <Jake9xx> or still 'pending'
  388. [11:37:47] <koen> the codecs run on the m3 and iva
  389. [11:37:55] <koen> what good will hardfp do there?
  390. [11:37:57] <Jake9xx> koen: meego?
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  392. [11:38:15] <koen> Jake9xx: you're running meego on the m3?
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  394. [11:38:32] <koen> (apart from video being integer only)
  395. [11:41:53] <av500> koen: I once saw a video of some stuff floating
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  397. [11:44:11] <hitlin37_> wlan:http://xkcd.com/149/
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  409. [12:34:47] <Vijay_> Hi, Has anybody used face detect module of OMAP4?
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  411. [12:35:21] <av500> not that we know about
  412. [12:36:27] <adnap_> hi all
  413. [12:36:36] <Vijay_> Anybody tried camera capture from CSI2?
  414. [12:38:05] <adnap_> Has anybody information using the WiLink of Pandaboard as an access point?
  415. [12:39:04] <adnap_> I read somewhere kernel >2.6.39-rc7 is reguired
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  451. [14:33:28] <prpplague> GPSFan: greetings
  452. [14:33:43] <prpplague> GPSFan: hows them sheep today?
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  456. [14:42:22] <GPSFan> prpplague, g'day, sheep are fine, day is cool, nice and cloudy ;>))
  457. [14:42:47] <prpplague> GPSFan: today should be our 25th straight day about 100
  458. [14:42:56] <prpplague> s/about/above
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  460. [14:43:30] <LetoThe2nd> above 100?
  461. [14:44:08] <GPSFan> prpplague, it got to 90+ yesterday plenty hot for me, but where we were in SCal we had 115+ for several days strait. ;>(
  462. [14:44:33] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: yea
  463. [14:44:51] <prpplague> GPSFan: hehe
  464. [14:45:00] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: 106 yesterday
  465. [14:45:15] <LetoThe2nd> are we maybe talking about some environmental temperatures in a non-metrical system?
  466. [14:45:41] <prpplague> 106F
  467. [14:45:58] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: 41.1C
  468. [14:46:26] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: ah. i was just riddling what "we were above 100" meant.
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  471. [14:47:53] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: not exactly a round number in C , but for F it's kind of a psychological barrier
  472. [14:47:56] <prpplague> nhg: greetings
  473. [14:47:57] <GPSFan> prpplague, I've been having some odd issues with wlan on 2.6.39, I'm trying to come up with a repeatable scenario, but every time I think I've got it, something behaves differently. In short, I can boot up and one time the wlan will work perfectly, another time it will fail. Usually in the same way, but not always. This is NOT the same issue I mentioned re kernel 3.0.
  474. [14:48:06] <prpplague> nhg: seen jay yet this morning
  475. [14:48:21] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: i see.
  476. [14:48:51] <prpplague> GPSFan: always as a power on , or with reset?
  477. [14:50:11] <GPSFan> prpplague, it varies. as I said I'm trying to come up with a way to repeat the problem. I haven't exhausted the start up possibilities yet.
  478. [14:51:09] <GPSFan> prpplague, but the same sd card can show the problem, or work. I have found that every time I boot up ubuntu (from april) the wlan works.
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  482. [14:56:58] <GPSFan> prpplague, here is serial output of 2.6.39 starting up with good wlan http://pastebin.com/gY8wSp0n here is the same card starting up with wlan bad: http://pastebin.com/uGDKRVwA
  483. [14:59:49] * prpplague looks and bookmarks to review
  484. [15:00:41] <GPSFan> prpplague, no rush, it's probably some sort of race in the mmc init or the wl12xx driver init. when it works it works well.
  485. [15:00:53] <prpplague> GPSFan: yea that is possible
  486. [15:01:05] <nhg> prpplague: howdy
  487. [15:01:15] <prpplague> wmat: is my purple logo on g+ too distracting?
  488. [15:01:28] <nhg> prpplague: nope haven't seen him
  489. [15:01:47] <wmat> prpplague: nah, i like it
  490. [15:01:57] <prpplague> nhg: my dyslexia got the better of me last night, got my enterprise account locked
  491. [15:02:03] <prpplague> wmat: dandy
  492. [15:02:04] * nhg wonders if anyone is going to Linuxcon in Vancouver
  493. [15:02:18] <prpplague> nhg: hehe, you are going to be surprised at the number
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  495. [15:02:31] <prpplague> nhg: linuxcon-na is going to be packed
  496. [15:02:45] * wmat is not
  497. [15:02:52] * LetoThe2nd wonders if some folks are going to ELCE/linuxcon europe in oct.
  498. [15:03:00] * wmat is
  499. [15:03:20] <prpplague> wmat: next weeks part of the day, i'll have a elinux.org wiki page to point to with detailed info
  500. [15:03:33] <wmat> prpplague: awesome
  501. [15:03:57] <prpplague> wmat: goal is to do all the info on sunday, post on monday
  502. [15:04:19] <wmat> prpplague: i could not find anyway to tag posts, btw
  503. [15:04:34] <wmat> the whole hashtag thing from twitter would be useful
  504. [15:04:42] <prpplague> wmat: yea, iirc crofton is looking to do something similiar
  505. [15:04:44] <wmat> then one could search for Sparks based on hashtags
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  509. [15:15:43] <prpplague> Bryanstein: package is in portland, should be out for delivery shortly
  510. [15:18:27] <mru> LetoThe2nd: I hope to be at elce
  511. [15:18:37] <mru> shouldn't be too hard to convince my new employer
  512. [15:18:52] <LetoThe2nd> mru: worth some cool namedropping here?
  513. [15:18:59] <mru> ARM
  514. [15:19:06] <LetoThe2nd> mru: hehehe
  515. [15:19:09] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: i'll be at ELC-E as well, i submitted a presentation
  516. [15:19:19] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: plus there will be some pandaboard training
  517. [15:19:26] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: ah, nice
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  519. [15:20:19] <av500> mra: nice
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  523. [15:20:50] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: TCT will be giving away some Beacon Boards as well
  524. [15:21:01] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: if you are going, make sure you find me and get one
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  526. [15:21:21] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: place a sticker onto one, i've already booked :-)
  527. [15:21:27] <av500> LetoThe2nd: bring some Bacon in exchange
  528. [15:21:52] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: btw.. beacon board? http://www.bbpie.com/beacon.html
  529. [15:22:08] <koen> bacon?
  530. [15:22:18] <av500> Kevin!
  531. [15:22:44] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: http://www.elinux.org/BeaconBoard
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  533. [15:23:02] <koen> prpplague: for the box art: http://pressbuttonreceivebacon.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/push-button-receive-bacon2.png
  534. [15:23:23] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: heh, id' have to buy a beagle or panda again then... hmmmm
  535. [15:23:29] <prpplague> koen: hehe
  536. [15:23:37] <prpplague> koen: will be in a static bag with a label
  537. [15:23:46] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: you don;t have one ?
  538. [15:24:16] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: had one for some time, but as i found not enough time to play around with it i sold it again.
  539. [15:24:25] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: ahh
  540. [15:24:31] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: i'm just stuck here supporting out of habit :-)
  541. [15:25:38] <prpplague> ahh
  542. [15:25:56] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: with the beacon can really be used with any SoC dev board that has 5 gpios
  543. [15:26:09] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: yeah, i see.
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  545. [15:26:48] <koen> prpplague: not a dynamic bag?
  546. [15:26:58] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: in case ti is handing out pandas to longterm supporter, i'd take one anyways. i even promise not to sell it then :-)
  547. [15:28:10] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: hehe, ping jay when you are there
  548. [15:28:25] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: he's coming too?
  549. [15:28:57] <prpplague> yea, iirc
  550. [15:29:19] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: TI should have a pretty good presence at ELC-E
  551. [15:29:27] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: sweet.
  552. [15:30:32] <LetoThe2nd> at the moment i'm seriously thinking about getting one of the archos tablets when they come out. hope av500 did a good job on them.
  553. [15:31:57] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: if you get one, you'll have to see if you can find all the easter eggs av500 added
  554. [15:32:26] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: hope they are hardboiled then, so that they don't start to stink.
  555. [15:33:00] <koen> prpplague: I bet we're going to form a 30+ people mob again
  556. [15:33:10] <prpplague> koen: hehe
  557. [15:33:48] <LetoThe2nd> pandabordmod?
  558. [15:34:01] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: TI mob
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  560. [15:34:54] <LetoThe2nd> ah yes.
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  564. [15:48:56] <prpplague> nhg: hehe the one day i need to get with jay, he's no where to be found, hehe
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  570. [16:12:51] <jayabharath> koen: ping
  571. [16:13:18] <av500> jayabharath: prpplague was looking for you
  572. [16:13:26] <av500> glaring even
  573. [16:13:29] <prpplague> jayabharath: hehe
  574. [16:13:32] <jayabharath> av500: thx.. met him. fixed the issue
  575. [16:13:35] <LetoThe2nd> _DESPERATELY_
  576. [16:14:04] <jayabharath> LetoThe2nd: now he is a happy sipping coffee (I suppose)
  577. [16:14:38] <LetoThe2nd> jayabharath: he also told me to poke you at ELCE ;-)
  578. [16:15:01] <jayabharath> LetoThe2nd: I will come dressed in armour
  579. [16:15:08] <av500> jayabharath: he just wants a free panda
  580. [16:15:24] <jayabharath> Thats' easy... :)
  581. [16:15:29] <LetoThe2nd> no, i will poke him. i'm gruesome and sadistic
  582. [16:15:33] * av500 gets in line
  583. [16:15:38] * LetoThe2nd goes buy sharp stick.
  584. [16:16:11] * LetoThe2nd imagines jay coming to elce wearing an armour made of pandaboards.
  585. [16:16:35] <prpplague> jayabharath: if this morning is any indication of the rest of the day, i might have to start sipping something a little stronger
  586. [16:17:11] <jayabharath> BTW, folks I'm looking to hire a full-time application engineer (Dallas,TX) in my team @ Texas Instruments to work on the pandaboard project. If you have or know someone who has to have experience with OpenEmbedded/Yocto, Software Integration on Mobile & embedded linux -- give me shout! More info: http://bit.ly/p7VGNx
  587. [16:17:46] <jayabharath> I am sure quite a few of you will be happy to see OE (and not ubuntu) in the lists of skills :)
  588. [16:18:11] * LetoThe2nd oohs loudly
  589. [16:18:15] <jayabharath> We will continue to do ubuntu stuff.. but we are hoping to add OE into the mix of offerings
  590. [16:18:21] <av500> oefferings
  591. [16:18:31] <jayabharath> yep to the gods :)
  592. [16:19:26] * av500 is not qualified
  593. [16:19:50] <ds2> so this must be it.....hardfp in the video codecs must be the reason for the memory corruption ;)
  594. [16:20:07] <LetoThe2nd> <- not qualified, not interested in dallas ;-)
  595. [16:20:15] <av500> ds2: no, hardfp makes these sharp edges in your 90's porn
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  597. [16:20:46] <LetoThe2nd> av500: hrhrhrhr
  598. [16:23:21] <koen> jayabharath: pong
  599. [16:23:24] <ds2> what do you expect from floating points floating through memory
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  608. [16:58:22] <prpplague> wmat: oh lord what have i gotten myself into, i've gotten about 200 emails from people about my "part of the week" post
  609. [17:00:11] <wmat> isn't that good?
  610. [17:00:51] <prpplague> wmat: i'll let you know, hehe
  611. [17:01:06] <LetoThe2nd> link?
  612. [17:01:35] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: on google+ , not sure i can link to it
  613. [17:01:37] * prpplague checks
  614. [17:03:18] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: https://plus.google.com/101339419642360856354/posts/12jrJYFwMN4#101339419642360856354/posts/12jrJYFwMN4
  615. [17:03:23] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: see if that works
  616. [17:04:04] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: it does.
  617. [17:05:14] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: umm... people freak out over a shift register simulator? what?
  618. [17:05:48] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: no, just the idea of having a weekly post about different parts
  619. [17:05:56] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: aaaaaaaah!
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  623. [17:11:47] <LetoThe2nd> anyways, are there any news on phytec-like omap4 boards?
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  627. [17:44:23] <wmat> prpplague: what are people emailing you about? Just to say thanks?
  628. [17:45:09] <prpplague> wmat: basically asking if i am serious about doing it every week, and for more details about usage in the future
  629. [17:45:44] <wmat> prpplague: you're going to have to quit your job and become a fulltime "parts blogger"
  630. [17:45:52] <prpplague> wmat: indeed
  631. [17:46:28] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: i hereby confirm that i will be impressed if you do a omap4 simulation on the webpage.
  632. [17:46:52] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: hehe, wasn't my simulation anyway, just a reference i had
  633. [17:48:40] <LetoThe2nd> prpplague: i'm even willing to step down a bit, an m3 would also be quite a show.
  634. [17:49:10] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: hehe
  635. [17:49:36] <prpplague> LetoThe2nd: i'll probably been keeping down to "glue" devices
  636. [17:50:11] <LetoThe2nd> oO( wasn#t there some guy who ported qemu to javascript or something as such?!? )
  637. [17:50:41] <prpplague> sorry don't know
  638. [17:50:44] <LetoThe2nd> http://geeknizer.com/run-linux-in-browser-qemu-javascript-emulator/
  639. [17:53:26] <LetoThe2nd> and here's the thing: http://bellard.org/jslinux/index.html
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  645. [18:33:06] <loop> Hi everyone. I'm trying to playback h264 content using the gstreamer omx stuff and I'm having problems. I can get the board booting ok with ubuntu 10.10 using the guide on omappedia but I can't get any hardware decoding to work. Plus I'm having trouble with the omap meta packages. They are refusing to install, what is the current state of the ubuntu 10.10 support?
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  648. [18:40:02] <L84Supper> you know, after replacing the two tower connectors with headers the Pandaboard is still a bit of a pain to use for embedded do to it's layout
  649. [18:40:28] <L84Supper> do/due
  650. [18:41:04] <loop> how so?
  651. [18:43:23] <L84Supper> SD card opposite the HDMI, wifi distance from the edge, LCD series resistors .....
  652. [18:44:26] <L84Supper> if they were trying to save cost they could have made all the connectors just headers and left it up to the users to make cables
  653. [18:44:43] <_av500_> std user cannot solder
  654. [18:45:09] <_av500_> its a dev board, not a component that has to fit somewhere
  655. [18:45:43] <L84Supper> I spin boards all the time, they could have had both for less cost
  656. [18:45:54] <L84Supper> where have all the hardware engineers gone?
  657. [18:46:21] <_av500_> fishing
  658. [18:48:55] <ds2> it isn't solder...it is the totally idiotic idea to use 0201s there.
  659. [18:50:03] <_av500_> yeah, what a waste of space :)
  660. [18:50:35] <ds2> there are resistor packs
  661. [18:50:51] <ds2> not like I am asking for 1206s
  662. [18:50:53] <L84Supper> stuff the resistors, use headers vs connectors, cables don't require solder
  663. [18:51:09] <L84Supper> a series pack would have been the perfect application for this
  664. [18:51:16] <ds2> just don't make them sneeze hazards
  665. [18:54:16] <L84Supper> Phytec has a goofy module http://www.phytec.com/products/som/Cortex-A9/phyCORE-OMAP4430.html
  666. [19:10:48] <loop> can anyone confirm that the ubuntu 10.10 packages in the ti ppa actually work? I think I have all the relevant ones installed but the omap player provided just errors out whenever I try to play something. The console dump is here http://pastebin.pandaboard.org/index.php/view/17226621
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  669. [19:20:03] <RapBoyX> hello, I have a problem after booting froyo it is unable to mount the filesystem ..
  670. [19:20:12] <RapBoyX> and then I get a kernel panic error
  671. [19:22:19] <jayabharath> loop: I have seen reports that the omap ppa's for 10.10 are broken
  672. [19:22:19] <_av500_> loop: it has been reported that playing video with 10.10 works
  673. [19:22:41] <jayabharath> However, I havn't checked it myself to be certain
  674. [19:23:08] <jayabharath> _av500_: You may be right.. however, there were some reports to the contrary recently
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  676. [19:24:53] <loop> well I got one of the trailers from trailers.apple.com to play in firefox but it was quite obviously doing it with the cpu (top indicated about 60% usage for the process doing the playing and going full screen dropped the framerate to about 0.00001fps)
  677. [19:25:42] <_av500_> jayabharath: could be, i dont follow that
  678. [19:25:51] <jayabharath> _av500_: understood
  679. [19:26:05] <jayabharath> loop: try a local playback via gst.. something like bigbuckbunny
  680. [19:26:23] <RapBoyX> what can prevent the file system from mounting .. it seems weird because on linux it does mount
  681. [19:28:29] <ds2> problem with the mind hand interface would be a common cause
  682. [19:29:05] <RapBoyX> ds2 ur referring to my issue ?
  683. [19:29:21] <loop> jayabharath: any particular version you recommend? It is my understanding certain h264 encodings aren't decodable by the omap stuff
  684. [19:29:56] <jayabharath> loop: if you have the ppa's installed it should be able to handle MPEG4 & H264 encoded files upto 1080p
  685. [19:30:13] <ds2> yes
  686. [19:30:24] <jayabharath> loop: formats like VCx, VPx are not supported
  687. [19:30:28] <RapBoyX> can u elaborate ?
  688. [19:32:51] <loop> jayabharath: I'm referring to h.264 encoding profiles. It is my understanding the decoders on the panda board do not support all profiles. It was certainly the case when I was working with a blaze board that the encoders would only encode to one particular profile
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  691. [19:38:16] <_av500_> loop: the decoder supports h264 up to HP L4.2
  692. [19:39:11] <szafar8> any one have any clue which file this patch is going to be applied patch -p1 < dave_reg.patch when it says It should apply to the vanilla sources without problems.
  693. [19:39:32] <_av500_> szafar8: look inside the patch
  694. [19:40:06] <_av500_> the format is human readable
  695. [19:41:17] <RapBoyX_> anyone can help me with the mounting issue - why the file system isn't being able to mount ?
  696. [19:41:22] <RapBoyX_> Thanks
  697. [19:41:55] <_av500_> RapBoyX_: we have dispatched a ninja to read your screen and report back
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  699. [19:42:53] <loop> right I've set bigbuckbunny downloading, any known good gst-auto-launch commands for playing this? or should I just use playbin?
  700. [19:43:11] <LetoThe2nd> _av500_: please tell exact steps for dispatching ninja.
  701. [19:43:34] <_av500_> loop: use a gst based player, like totem
  702. [19:43:40] <_av500_> loop: ppl have claimed that that works
  703. [19:44:02] <_av500_> LetoThe2nd: ninja::dispatch
  704. [19:44:38] <LetoThe2nd> jd@tabr:~/ptxdist/sources$ ninja:dispatch
  705. [19:44:39] <LetoThe2nd> ninja:dispatch: Befehl nicht gefunden
  706. [19:44:42] <loop> _av500_: roger wilco, I'll report back in 20 minutes
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  709. [19:50:54] <RapBoyX_> _av500_ : http://groups.google.com/group/pandaboard/browse_thread/thread/f78c9d0f3e8a5c64#
  710. [19:51:26] <loop> well initial indications aren't good, still getting the same stuff from omx_rpc.c saying it failed to create the RPC client. That is running totem as root from the command line. Seems all totem does internally is invoke gstreamer playbin.
  711. [19:51:45] <loop> time to look at more packages me thinks!
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  714. [19:53:01] <_av500_> RapBoyX_: VFS: Cannot open root device "mmcblk0p2" or unknown-block(2,0)
  715. [19:53:19] <RapBoyX_> yeah I saw that
  716. [19:53:40] <RapBoyX_> what's the fix to this problem ?
  717. [19:54:28] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: does your sd card have two partitions on it?
  718. [19:54:33] <_av500_> rootdelay??
  719. [19:54:47] <RapBoyX_> yes
  720. [19:54:48] <_av500_> isnt that obsolete?
  721. [19:54:55] <RapBoyX_> and also I can see them on linux
  722. [19:55:08] <RapBoyX_> I tried to change rootdelay but it didn't help
  723. [19:55:23] <_av500_> make it rootwait
  724. [19:55:36] <_av500_> your kernel log shows no MMC card at all
  725. [19:55:44] <prpplague> _av500_: yes it is depricated, but it still works
  726. [19:55:45] <_av500_> for whatever reason
  727. [19:55:53] <_av500_> prpplague: yes, like sector 63
  728. [19:56:11] <RapBoyX_> u mean other than rootdelay to use rootwait ?
  729. [19:56:16] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: either your 4-bit mode of the sd card card is not working, or your card detect is damaged
  730. [19:56:18] <_av500_> prpplague: still given the fact that panda was released in 2010, I am surprised to see it
  731. [19:56:38] <prpplague> _av500_: you forget the u-boot that TI was using was pretty old
  732. [19:57:00] <prpplague> _av500_: mainline u-boot uses rootwait instead as a boot arg for panda
  733. [19:57:11] <RapBoyX_> @prpplague : how can u deduce that ?
  734. [19:57:29] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: you are using the validation image correct?
  735. [19:57:33] <RapBoyX_> the card detect is damaged - u mean in the pandaboard ?
  736. [19:57:40] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: yes
  737. [19:57:59] <RapBoyX_> this log is from froyo
  738. [19:58:28] <RapBoyX_> u propose to install the validation image as is and to try to see what I get ?
  739. [19:58:31] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: oh, please test with the validation image
  740. [19:58:34] <RapBoyX_> I think I already did that..
  741. [19:58:45] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: and?
  742. [19:59:16] <RapBoyX_> I tried it only to see that the device is booting
  743. [19:59:22] <prpplague> did it?
  744. [19:59:26] <RapBoyX_> yes
  745. [19:59:36] <RapBoyX_> but I don't know if it mounted the fs
  746. [19:59:48] <prpplague> then you don't know if it booted
  747. [20:00:03] <RapBoyX_> I will try it tomorrow..
  748. [20:00:13] <RapBoyX_> why does it have to do with 4-bit mode ?
  749. [20:00:20] <_av500_> give the board a good nights rest
  750. [20:00:24] <prpplague> hehe
  751. [20:00:31] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: test with validation first
  752. [20:00:31] <RapBoyX_> :)
  753. [20:00:36] <RapBoyX_> okay
  754. [20:00:57] <RapBoyX_> I tested with headless ubuntu
  755. [20:01:19] <RapBoyX_> and it failed to load mmcblk0p2
  756. [20:01:26] <RapBoyX_> only gave me shell
  757. [20:01:34] <RapBoyX_> validation should be a better test ?
  758. [20:02:01] <_av500_> no
  759. [20:02:14] <_av500_> if ubuntu failed to mount rootfs
  760. [20:02:17] * LetoThe2nd thinks something would be wring if headless gave something else than a shell.
  761. [20:02:27] <LetoThe2nd> wrong, even.
  762. [20:02:53] <_av500_> if ubunut failed to mount rootfs and android did too, I doubt a 3rd image will...
  763. [20:02:56] <RapBoyX_> it said dropping shell
  764. [20:03:03] <_av500_> yesyes
  765. [20:03:11] <_av500_> something with your card is bad
  766. [20:03:15] <RapBoyX_> I mean I had only the console via UART
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  768. [20:03:19] <_av500_> yes
  769. [20:03:21] <_av500_> something with your card is bad
  770. [20:03:33] <RapBoyX_> I will try a different card
  771. [20:03:47] <RapBoyX_> the headless should work without any change in the bootargs right ?
  772. [20:04:02] <RapBoyX_> @prpplague : but as a general question .. why did you say it should do with 4-bit mode
  773. [20:04:31] <LetoThe2nd> RapBoyX_: on UART you always have a console. if you have X, write to linus, he'll be interested. the question is, did you have the correct login shell or just the busybox. it's really crucial to be precise here.
  774. [20:04:48] <_av500_> LetoThe2nd: we settled that
  775. [20:04:56] <RapBoyX_> it said dropping shell
  776. [20:04:56] <_av500_> unable to mount rootfs
  777. [20:05:08] <RapBoyX_> _av500_ : exactly
  778. [20:05:21] <LetoThe2nd> _av500_: hey, maybe one day he comes up with X on the serial?
  779. [20:06:22] <_av500_> LetoThe2nd: and? libaa will do that nicely
  780. [20:06:53] <LetoThe2nd> _av500_: yeah. we have aa, bb, cc and dd. who'll come up with ee?
  781. [20:08:35] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: x-loader does not use 4-bit mode or card detect
  782. [20:08:37] <_av500_> LetoThe2nd: see: UART and 1024x780: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/computinghistory/tektronix.html
  783. [20:08:52] <_av500_> so X on the serial is so doable :)
  784. [20:08:54] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: once the kernel is booting, the default configuration is to use 4-bit data mode
  785. [20:09:03] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: it also checks the card detect pin
  786. [20:09:19] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: if either of those are at fault the kernel will no load the rootfs
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  788. [20:10:29] <_av500_> RapBoyX_: to make it short: you broke it
  789. [20:11:11] <_av500_> :)
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  796. [20:33:21] <szafar8> _av500, i read the Dave_reg.patch but still don't know when it says it should apply to vanilla sources with out problems
  797. [20:36:42] <RapBoyX_> how can I test the card detect in pandaboard (HW test)
  798. [20:39:37] <_av500_> RapBoyX_: you did the test
  799. [20:39:40] <_av500_> it failed
  800. [20:39:48] <_av500_> check the card detect contact
  801. [20:39:54] <_av500_> in the sd socket
  802. [20:40:03] <_av500_> the schematics and a multimeter should help
  803. [20:40:41] <_av500_> szafar8: sorry, the ninja dispatched to your house to read Dave's patch has not reported back yet
  804. [20:41:01] <_av500_> hint: pastebin
  805. [20:41:52] <prpplague> hehe
  806. [20:42:20] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: test with the validation image
  807. [20:42:28] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: if the validation image boots it is working
  808. [20:42:54] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: if it doesn't boot and doesn't see the rootfs , then you have an issue(unless you screwed up when making the sd card)
  809. [20:43:21] <RapBoyX_> is seeing both partitions mount on Linux is a good indication ?
  810. [20:43:28] <RapBoyX_> (for the partitioning part)
  811. [20:43:36] <szafar8> no problem _av500, thanks for your time. i looked in the patch source and it tells exactly which line this source code goes to but does not tell anything about which source file should i change for that line
  812. [20:45:01] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: only one partition will get mounted
  813. [20:45:19] <_av500_> szafar8: pastebin the patch file
  814. [20:45:24] <RapBoyX_> in linux I see both partitions mounted
  815. [20:45:28] <prpplague> _av500_: i'll handle it
  816. [20:45:40] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: are you on the pandaboard?
  817. [20:45:49] <RapBoyX_> no
  818. [20:46:00] <prpplague> szafar8: which directions on elinux are you following?
  819. [20:46:09] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: then what is your point?
  820. [20:46:12] <RapBoyX_> after partitioning the SD card
  821. [20:46:15] <RapBoyX_> but for the SD card
  822. [20:46:21] <RapBoyX_> if I insert it in a linux machine
  823. [20:46:26] <RapBoyX_> it mounts two partitions
  824. [20:46:28] <prpplague> yes
  825. [20:46:34] <prpplague> it should show two partitions
  826. [20:46:42] <RapBoyX_> and it does
  827. [20:47:06] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: ok if you have it loaded with the validation image test it on the panda
  828. [20:47:07] <szafar8> _av500_ http://elinux.org/Panda_How_to_kernel_2_6_38 -----> patch -p1 < dave_reg.patch
  829. [20:47:09] <RapBoyX_> is this is an indication that the partitioning process was done okay ?
  830. [20:47:14] <prpplague> RapBoyX_: yes
  831. [20:47:26] <prpplague> szafar8: ok, so what is the issue?
  832. [20:47:33] <RapBoyX_> great
  833. [20:47:56] <RapBoyX_> I will try to do install the validation tomorrow and report what happens ...
  834. [20:48:26] <RapBoyX_> thanks for the help ;)
  835. [20:50:15] <szafar8> i was following this link to compile new kernel ( http://elinux.org/Panda_How_to_kernel_2_6_38 but stuck at the step when it says apply patch (dave_patch ) to the vanilla sources. i could not understand which source file (of kernel ) i should change with this patch.
  836. [20:51:26] <prpplague> szafar8: what directory is your kernel source in?
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  841. [20:54:03] <szafar8> linux-2.6/kernel/ its got so many c source code files like user.c, time.c, signal .c ... but don't know which one to pick for patch.
  842. [20:54:53] <ds2> it is specified by the diff headers
  843. [20:54:59] <prpplague> szafar8: cd to linux-2.6
  844. [20:55:02] <calculus> the patch command looks at the header bits of the file to tell it which file to patch
  845. [20:55:04] <prpplague> szafar8: then issue the command
  846. [20:55:12] <prpplague> szafar8: it has all the information in the file
  847. [20:56:21] <prpplague> Bryanstein: all the core docs are here - http://www.elinux.org/BeaconBoard
  848. [20:56:38] <prpplague> Bryanstein: i'll be adding some pics and soldering instructions once we go to product of the board
  849. [20:57:10] <Bryanstein> its pretty straight forward...I was just making sure
  850. [20:58:12] <prpplague> Bryanstein: dandy
  851. [20:58:22] <prpplague> Bryanstein: thoughts?
  852. [20:58:29] <prpplague> Bryanstein: how about the case?
  853. [20:58:39] <Bryanstein> lol, NICE
  854. [20:59:08] <Bryanstein> even though it's FDM it's pretty sturdy except the back
  855. [20:59:25] <Bryanstein> how long did it take your FDM machine to make this?
  856. [20:59:26] <prpplague> yea
  857. [20:59:34] <prpplague> Bryanstein: about 4 hours
  858. [20:59:38] <szafar8> prpplague, check this link please. its result of unsuccessful patch http://fpaste.org/PeHh/
  859. [20:59:44] <prpplague> Bryanstein: another 2 to cool down and clean up
  860. [21:00:16] <prpplague> szafar8: sounds like you executed it in the wrong directory
  861. [21:00:30] <_av500_> nope
  862. [21:00:34] <_av500_> hunks failed
  863. [21:00:44] <szafar8> i run this after cd in linux-2.6
  864. [21:00:55] <_av500_> szafar8: pastebin the .rej file
  865. [21:02:34] <prpplague> _av500_: you would get the same error if it doesn't find the file as well
  866. [21:03:05] <prpplague> szafar8: please pastebin a ls of the directory linux-2.6
  867. [21:03:36] <szafar8> _av500 link for rej file contents http://fpaste.org/4ytZ/
  868. [21:04:10] <prpplague> szafar8: please pastebin a ls of the directory linux-2.6
  869. [21:04:47] <szafar8> prpplagu http://fpaste.org/cx11/
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  871. [21:07:03] <prpplague> szafar8: make sure your are in the linux-2.6 directory by doing a pwd command, then issue the patch command again, pastebin all of the results
  872. [21:07:31] <Bryanstein> prpplague, I'm in a session now but this case design will surely be THE go to case...nothing is a sexy as this and with that expansion board it's top of the pack
  873. [21:07:47] <Bryanstein> prpplague, who is this http://www.shapeways.com/model/291602/
  874. [21:07:59] <_av500_> prpplague: the .rej looks sane
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  876. [21:08:10] <_av500_> so I guess the kernel is not the one the patch is for
  877. [21:08:18] <prpplague> _av500_: yea, you get the same if the file doesn't exist
  878. [21:08:30] <_av500_> ah
  879. [21:08:41] <_av500_> but patch would tell you that, no?
  880. [21:08:44] <prpplague> no
  881. [21:08:49] <_av500_> bad bad patch
  882. [21:08:58] <prpplague> Bryanstein: haven't seen that one before
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  885. [21:11:49] <szafar8> prpplague, while in linux-2.6 directory, i run this command and get these results http://fpaste.org/oYwK/
  886. [21:12:15] <prpplague> szafar8: either you have the wrong source, or the file is missing
  887. [21:12:20] <szafar8> and this link refer to rej file generated as a result http://fpaste.org/pZIu/
  888. [21:12:32] <prpplague> szafar8: either way, you've messed up somewhere
  889. [21:12:55] <ds2> go learn patch and do it by hanbd.
  890. [21:13:37] <szafar8> i checked the file manually (arch/arm/mach-omap2/board-omap4panda.c) but for some reason patch is not getting through.
  891. [21:13:46] <prpplague> szafar8: how did you download the kernel source?
  892. [21:14:12] <szafar8> git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux-2.6.git
  893. [21:14:22] <prpplague> szafar8: and did you checkout the 2.6.38 tag?
  894. [21:15:13] <szafar8> no, think i missed it.
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  896. [21:16:33] <szafar8> how do i check out. m sorry, i m totally new to this git thing.
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  899. [21:16:48] <prpplague> szafar8: in linux-2.6 do: git checkout -b 2.6.38-panda v2.6.38
  900. [21:18:28] <szafar8> prpplague, one last thing plz . what does it do when i run this check out. ( i have v little knowledge of tagg. think they relate to branch in git repo )
  901. [21:19:30] <prpplague> szafar8: this checks out the 2.6.38 kernel, you currently have the head of the kernel git, which is 3.0 +
  902. [21:20:19] <ds2> later is better ;)
  903. [21:21:54] <prpplague> Bryanstein: dandy! let me know what the feed at the session is like
  904. [21:22:14] <prpplague> Bryanstein: case plus pcb will most likely be $79.99
  905. [21:22:34] <Bryanstein> ok...that's killer
  906. [21:22:53] <prpplague> Bryanstein: btw, looks like the package i sent last week is on my front door at home
  907. [21:23:08] <Bryanstein> that is so odd prpplague
  908. [21:23:17] <prpplague> Bryanstein: the updated schematic for the pcb is up on the wiki
  909. [21:23:26] <Bryanstein> ok It'll go in my slides
  910. [21:23:35] <prpplague> Bryanstein: http://www.elinux.org/Panda_Bamboo
  911. [21:24:09] <prpplague> Bryanstein: two usb, 2 user leds, 2 user buttons, power led, battery backed rtc, eeprom, fully size sd card
  912. [21:24:53] <szafar8> thanks a lot for your help prpplague. patch worked after check out. do you know any good reference on using git and why do we need this check out ( some simple text explaining theory behind git, branches, checkout, tag)
  913. [21:25:22] <prpplague> szafar8: the wiki page assumes you have some basic knowledge of working with git
  914. [21:25:30] <_av500_> szafar8: google is full of git help
  915. [21:25:47] <szafar8> thanks. would look in to it.
  916. [21:25:48] <calculus> prpplague: isn't the sd card slot the same one on the built in panda or is there an additional one?
  917. [21:25:57] <prpplague> szafar8: http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/everyday.html and http://progit.org/book/
  918. [21:26:05] <prpplague> calculus: additional
  919. [21:26:16] <prpplague> calculus: you have the onboard sdcard slot plus and additional one
  920. [21:26:20] <calculus> prpplague: I must be missing it from the renders
  921. [21:26:36] <_av500_> PandaLogBot: can I have MLO in one slot and uboot in the other?
  922. [21:26:38] <prpplague> calculus: it isn't exposed
  923. [21:26:43] <prpplague> calculus: it is internal to the pcb
  924. [21:26:48] <prpplague> s/pcb/case
  925. [21:26:57] <calculus> prpplague: oh, makes sense now
  926. [21:27:06] <prpplague> _av500_: i suppose you can
  927. [21:27:17] <calculus> prpplague: also, I like the stackability of them
  928. [21:27:29] <calculus> reminds me of my linksys switches
  929. [21:27:33] <prpplague> calculus: yea we got alot of requests for that at ELC
  930. [21:27:56] <_av500_> prpplague: I cannot imagine who would stack a lot of them......
  931. [21:28:27] <calculus> you have the beagle wall and the panda tower
  932. [21:28:32] <prpplague> hehe
  933. [21:29:02] <prpplague> calculus: only item we haven't made a decision on is the color for the case
  934. [21:29:08] <_av500_> pink
  935. [21:29:10] <szafar8> thanks a lot prpplague. those links are awesome.
  936. [21:29:13] <prpplague> calculus: right now were are assuming just black
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  939. [21:29:31] <prpplague> calculus: but we got some requests for green and neon orange, hehe
  940. [21:30:22] <_av500_> black is the new black
  941. [21:30:28] <calculus> prpplague: hmm... those aren't the cowboys colors
  942. [21:30:29] <prpplague> hehe
  943. [21:30:43] <calculus> ask mru about the choices in black
  944. [21:30:46] * prpplague assumes that is a football reference
  945. [21:30:53] <calculus> yes, dallas cowboys
  946. [21:30:56] <prpplague> ahh
  947. [21:31:04] <_av500_> prpplague: most important is to have the color disput delay the case for 2 month!
  948. [21:31:09] <_av500_> dispute
  949. [21:31:12] <prpplague> calculus: _av500_ wants black, end of discussion
  950. [21:31:28] <mru> but which black?
  951. [21:31:33] <_av500_> hotblack?
  952. [21:31:45] <ds2> Fushia
  953. [21:31:45] <prpplague> flat? glossy? textured?
  954. [21:31:51] <mru> _av500_: spying on my hostnames again?
  955. [21:32:06] <_av500_> mru: it came up in some url some day
  956. [21:32:15] <mru> it should not
  957. [21:32:20] <mru> that machine does not serve web
  958. [21:32:20] * gbraad__ (~gbraad@fedora/gbraad) Quit (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
  959. [21:32:33] <calculus> http://hardwarebug.org/2011/02/14/shades-of-black/
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  961. [21:32:41] <_av500_> mru: forgot
  962. [21:33:29] <mru> hotblack is my gateway
  963. [21:33:35] <mru> some machines nat through it
  964. [21:33:48] <mru> I don't have enough real IPs for all
  965. [21:33:55] <_av500_> mru: (~mru@hotblack.mansr.com) Quit (Read error: Operation timed out) .
  966. [21:34:20] <_av500_> google knows about it :)
  967. [21:34:23] <mru> yes, irc uses that hostname
  968. [21:34:28] <ds2> isn't hot black an oxymoron? pure black would have to be pretty cold
  969. [21:34:45] <mru> ds2: tell that to douglas adams
  970. [21:35:11] <ds2> fish is broken, can't tell him til it is fixed
  971. [21:35:17] <prpplague> ds2: i dont know, black seats in a car sitting in a dallas parking lot are going to be pretty darn hot right about now
  972. [21:35:50] <ds2> prpplague: that's heat absorption from the outside...not an emitter ;)
  973. [21:36:03] * prpplague was joking with ds2
  974. [21:36:05] <ds2> UV hot might be more interesting ;)
  975. [21:37:00] <_av500_> hothblack?
  976. [21:37:04] <prpplague> bbiab
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  978. [21:38:18] <mru> _av500_: watch out or mr lucas might sue you
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  980. [21:41:03] <_av500_> huttgreen
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  988. [22:07:57] <djc_> is it possible to enable openGL hardware acceleration on the board with ubuntu 11.04?
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  990. [22:08:39] <djc_> the specs say the proc supports 3D acceleration, it isn't enabled
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  1008. [23:00:07] <prpplague^2> hrw: ping
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  1014. [23:17:03] <djc_> is it possible to enable openGL hardware acceleration on the board with ubuntu 11.04? The specs for the proc say it supports 3D acceleration but it must not be enabled by default
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