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IRC Log for 2012-03-07

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  6. [00:04:16] <Guest34866> GrueMaster, Any idea if I can get wifi working under precise yet?
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  8. [00:05:11] <GrueMaster> Not sure. I'll have to see why it isn't (I thought it was earlier).
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  13. [00:23:27] <GrueMaster> Guest34866: So, wifi is working, but not in NetManager for some reason. I'll figure it out and file a bug accordingly.
  14. [00:24:05] <GrueMaster> To get it to connect, I had to type "sudo ifconfig wlan0 up", then iwlist scan will see access points from there.
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  17. [00:34:14] <danboid> GrueMaster, You have it working under 12.04? I don't see any wlan0 under ifconfig here
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  20. [00:38:08] <GrueMaster> danboid: Like I said, I had to turn on wlan0 with "sudo ifconfig wlan0 up" then it was visible.
  21. [00:41:29] <GrueMaster> Now netmanager sees it. I tried forcing it to connect with "sudo iwconfig wlan0 essid grue-net2" (my AP essid - go figure), then it showed up in the Networking applet on the top panel.
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  26. [00:42:52] <GrueMaster> Slower than my wired connection, but then I have a 1GBE backbone throughout the house.
  27. [00:43:14] <GrueMaster> And my AP is only 802.11g.
  28. [00:45:33] <GrueMaster> Yea, seeing 10x improvement with wired. But as I said, wifi is Linksys 802.11g whereas wired is full throttle 100MBE.
  29. [00:46:24] <danboid> GrueMaster, only to be expected
  30. [00:47:48] <GrueMaster> BTW: I did a little power consumption measurement using a Panda with a Sata SSD in usb, and 12.04 Beta server running a lamp stack. Max draw was ~1.5A.
  31. [00:48:27] <GrueMaster> I'll retest once I have video drivers and codecs for armhf.
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  43. [01:27:00] <danboid> GrueMaster, Yep - seems your wlan0 up trick has worked for me :)
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  46. [01:29:11] <GrueMaster> cool.
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  56. [02:05:29] <ron_frown> for android, are there video codecs or hardware acceleration outside the drivers provided on googles site?
  57. [02:05:36] <ron_frown> UI stuff seems somewhat laggy in places
  58. [02:05:48] <ron_frown> things like the browser seem to ANR more than I'd expect
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  78. [03:35:36] <KZ> Hello. I'm building from AOSP and am trying to figure out how to get the image on to my sdcard
  79. [03:35:59] <KZ> Are there any instructions for this? Do the linary image tools accept the image files?
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  84. [04:10:07] <prpplague> ron_frown: hey bud
  85. [04:12:15] <ron_frown> prpplague sorry again
  86. [04:12:20] <ron_frown> my work is super emo
  87. [04:12:31] <ron_frown> all the sudden stuff is mission critical
  88. [04:12:36] <ron_frown> then I get stuck on loads of other crap
  89. [04:13:08] <ron_frown> e30
  90. [04:13:22] <prpplague> i understand all too well
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  92. [04:16:35] <ron_frown> I need to work somewhere with some sane ppl
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  110. [06:05:44] <riam> is the h3a module already supported by the v4l2 driver?
  111. [06:06:46] <riam> i'd like to use the AutoFocus engine in our pandaboard but am not sure if it is already supported by the driver
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  118. [06:34:12] <_av500_> no idea
  119. [06:34:22] <_av500_> i guess the git will tell you
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  126. [07:25:24] <Harinadh> hi _av500_ In my panda board omap 4430 i am testing all devices but bluetooh/wifi is not working ?How to i config bt/Wlan/
  127. [07:26:33] <Harinadh> hi av500 In my panda board omap 4430 i am testing all devices but bluetooh/wifi is not working ?How to i config bt/Wlan/
  128. [07:28:01] <dm8tbr> Harinadh: so you don't want to hear from anyone else, how convenient so everyone else including me will now ignore this question.
  129. [07:28:58] <av500> damn, somebody stuck a sticker with "ask me, I know everything" on my back
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  132. [07:29:58] <av500> random url of the day: http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
  133. [07:30:08] <av500> (determined by fair dice roll)
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  135. [07:34:13] <dm8tbr> av500: ah, good elbonian dice
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  155. [08:40:16] <LetoThe2nd> m?in
  156. [08:40:24] <av500> ??rg
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  165. [09:08:01] <reisei> zyga-stardust?!
  166. [09:08:14] <zyga> reisei, ?
  167. [09:08:36] <reisei> zyga: oh... nevermind
  168. [09:09:38] <reisei> noone remember Bowie nowdays.
  169. [09:09:53] <av500> ziggie
  170. [09:10:15] <av500> ziggy even :)
  171. [09:10:16] <LetoThe2nd> i remember a picture of him playing a gibson flying v with only one string on it.
  172. [09:10:33] <LetoThe2nd> but hey, no more out-of-tune chords :)
  173. [09:10:55] <av500> no more chords even
  174. [09:11:11] <LetoThe2nd> kind of
  175. [09:11:39] * LetoThe2nd needs to debrick an openrd. gnah.
  176. [09:12:50] <av500> hit it with a brick repeatedly
  177. [09:12:59] <av500> then play in reverse
  178. [09:13:23] <LetoThe2nd> hrhr
  179. [09:15:02] <LetoThe2nd> hm. get into openocd finally or fiddle up a bdi2000 cfg.
  180. [09:20:23] * PandaLgBot (~PircBot@teddy.pandaboard.org) has joined #pandaboard
  181. [09:20:23] * 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'
  182. [09:20:23] * Set by orbarron!~orb@nat/ti/x-ztoqabxrceydslsj on Mon Jun 06 15:00:29 UTC 2011
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  192. [11:07:18] <danboid> robclark, I'm not having much luck with pvr-omap4 under precise on my A4
  193. [11:07:45] <danboid> robclark, pvr-omap4 trunk latest via a HDMI -> DVI cable
  194. [11:08:32] <danboid> robclark, I get a login prompt/ terminal over HDMI but no X org
  195. [11:09:18] <danboid> robclark, I've tried the suggested workaround of turning my monitor on after starting X with no joy
  196. [11:09:30] <danboid> robclark, I just get lots of 'No protocol specified' errors
  197. [11:09:55] <ogra_> might be because a) armel was dropped completely from ubuntu and b) there are no armhf drivers yet
  198. [11:10:02] <danboid> robclark, I've had this setup working fine over DVI under ICS
  199. [11:10:45] <mru> so hack the softfloat drivers
  200. [11:10:54] <danboid> ogra_, The omap4 trunk ppa claims to support precise, pvr-omap4 installed fine and Rob expected this should work a bit
  201. [11:11:32] <ogra_> well, armel was dropped weeks ago, if there were kernel updates (which there were) nobody tried or tested pvr on armel anymore
  202. [11:11:51] <ogra_> we're all waiting for armhf which is supposed to come out *soon*
  203. [11:12:59] <mru> meanwhile you can objcopy -R .ARM.attributes the softfp drivers
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  206. [11:22:40] <danboid> mru, Could you be a bit more verbose there please? Have you got pvr working under Precise/ armhf doing this?
  207. [11:23:05] <av500> no, he has not
  208. [11:23:45] <av500> http://osdir.com/ml/beagleboard/2012-03/msg00066.html
  209. [11:23:58] <av500> http://osdir.com/ml/beagleboard/2012-03/msg00051.html
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  211. [11:32:08] <danboid> av500, So this hack works for the Beagleboard and might work for Panda too?
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  213. [11:35:01] <danboid> av500, Does sound pretty precarious
  214. [11:35:48] <danboid> Looks like I'll have to stick with 11.10 if I want pvr support under xorg then
  215. [11:36:07] <danboid> until the driver gets done
  216. [11:38:15] <danboid> I'm presuming that the 11.10 omap4 desktop installer doesn't include the pvr driver so if you want to install that you have to hack in the serial console support before you try installing right?
  217. [11:39:07] <danboid> If it includes pvr I'll install desktop, otherwise I suppose the server version makes more sense
  218. [11:39:15] <ogra_> you just click on the TI icon on your desktop and it will install the pvr driver and codecs
  219. [11:39:53] <ogra_> if you want to use the server version you will have to enable the PPA, install the packages, make sure dkms does the right thing etc
  220. [11:40:28] <danboid> ogra_, So I can expect (unaccelerated) HDMI output and/or serial console to work if I run the 11.10 desktop installer without any editing of files?
  221. [11:40:38] <ogra_> no
  222. [11:41:00] <ogra_> desktop doesnt have serial enabled and uses a graphical installer so you need a display in any case
  223. [11:41:17] <ogra_> (though i would expect you to have that anyway if you want pvr support ;) )
  224. [11:41:49] <ogra_> enabling serial is a matter of editing two files and running sudo flash-kernel afterwards though
  225. [11:42:04] <ogra_> (once your install is done)
  226. [11:42:24] <ogra_> oh, and also note that there wont be any upgrade/crossgrade path from armel to armhf
  227. [11:42:45] <danboid> ogra_, Yep. If I'm using a HDMI -> DVI cable do you know what video port I should have my display connected to when I run the 11.10 desktop installer?
  228. [11:43:09] <ogra_> iirc hdmi
  229. [11:44:00] <danboid> ogra_, OK thanks
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  242. [12:35:15] <av500> danboid: I guess it will work
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  247. [12:56:25] <dipper> hi all
  248. [12:56:37] <dipper> I am using eclipse to build software for pandaboard
  249. [12:56:44] <dipper> GNU ARM plugin
  250. [12:57:06] <dipper> if I set mcpu to cortex-a9, the program doesn't run on the board
  251. [12:57:24] <dipper> if I set arm7, it doesn't compile due to compiler limitations
  252. [12:57:36] <dipper> if I set arm8, it works but crashes at th end
  253. [12:57:39] <dipper> any comments ?
  254. [12:57:49] <av500> arm8, interesting
  255. [12:58:13] <dipper> which one should i set ?
  256. [12:58:32] <zumbi> cortex-a8?
  257. [12:58:39] <dipper> hmm
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  259. [12:58:59] <av500> armv7
  260. [12:59:20] <zumbi> dipper: armv7-a also, pandaboard is cortex-a9
  261. [13:05:20] <dipper> hmm, now if i set them, it works
  262. [13:05:33] <dipper> but completes with Segmentation fault simple printf program
  263. [13:09:24] <jannau> av500: sigh, linux audio api mess. do you know a simple way of audio to work in ICS?
  264. [13:09:39] <av500> jannau: tinyalsa?
  265. [13:09:44] <av500> thats what they use
  266. [13:09:48] <av500> its one .c file
  267. [13:10:36] <jannau> one 2.5kloc .c file
  268. [13:11:25] <av500> jannau: I guess the larger issue is the "use case" stuf
  269. [13:11:31] <av500> that is not handled by tinyalsa
  270. [13:11:41] <av500> all the routing of the audio to whatever ports on the sound HW
  271. [13:11:57] <av500> there is some talk of tinyhal, no idea if thats already in ICS
  272. [13:12:45] <av500> but I guess printfs in tinyalsa could tell you if it tries to output sound
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  274. [13:14:02] <jannau> audio routing should be taken care of as I don't care about bluetooth and speaker headphone switching is done in kernel
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  278. [13:28:06] <Harinadh> Hi when i am trying to boot pandaboard built with my own binaries(MLO,u-boot.bin..) it is not booting but if i am booting with prebuilt binaries it is booting? what is problem? with pls any one can help
  279. [13:33:55] <Harinadh> any one
  280. [13:35:26] <Harinadh> Hi when i am trying to boot pandaboard built with my own binaries(MLO,u-boot.bin..) it is not booting but if i am booting with prebuilt binaries it is booting? what is problem ? pls any one can help me
  281. [13:35:44] <Harinadh> av500
  282. [13:35:46] <av500> which one does not work? mlo or uboot?
  283. [13:35:55] <Harinadh> mlo
  284. [13:36:20] <av500> then you built it wrong
  285. [13:36:44] <av500> how do you expect anybody to know what the problems is?
  286. [13:36:53] <av500> may crystall ball is broken
  287. [13:36:55] <av500> my
  288. [13:38:37] <Harinadh> see i compiled my u-boot source code make ...._omap4_panda_config
  289. [13:38:52] <Harinadh> i got u-boot.bin, MLO .....
  290. [13:39:19] <Harinadh> and i flashed MLO and u-boot.bin into SD card
  291. [13:40:00] <Harinadh> but even i didn't get u-boot prompt
  292. [13:40:47] <Harinadh> but if i flashing with Prebuilt MLO it is loading u-boot
  293. [13:41:04] <Harinadh> if you know why this problem ?
  294. [13:41:08] <Harinadh> guide me
  295. [13:41:42] <Harinadh> arun
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  297. [13:42:33] <ravitejreddy> hi friends
  298. [13:42:40] <ravitejreddy> i am new to this group
  299. [13:43:25] <ravitejreddy> i am doing a project called live video streaming from camera to iphone
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  301. [13:44:15] <ravitejreddy> i have completed my iPhone app but to stream that video i am planning to use panda board
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  303. [13:44:39] <ravitejreddy> so friends can anyone help me in completing my project
  304. [13:45:03] <ravitejreddy> i need some help how to stream and which player is easy to stream
  305. [13:45:10] * av500 notes it's that time of the year
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  308. [13:47:17] <LetoThe2nd> indeed.
  309. [13:49:12] <av500> "need to finish your mid-term? go to #pandaboard for the exact steps..."
  310. [13:49:37] * LetoThe2nd sings "doesn't matter what you think, we gonna do it anyway"
  311. [13:49:43] <ScriptFanix> Hi there
  312. [13:49:43] <Harinadh> see av500 if crystal ball is broken it could not with prebuilt binaries also?
  313. [13:49:51] <dipper> why can the program fail with Segmentation fault after it goes out of main routine
  314. [13:50:40] <av500> gdb will tell you
  315. [13:50:44] <ScriptFanix> I'm trying to run pdns_recursod on a pandaboard, but it complains about swapcontext not being implemented
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  317. [13:51:24] <ScriptFanix> are there any lib emulating swapcontext on ARM ?
  318. [13:54:09] <mru> userspace threads? oh dear...
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  320. [13:55:12] <ScriptFanix> the thing is, only pdns has the features I need...
  321. [13:55:14] <av500> win3.11?
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  325. [13:55:29] <mru> adjust your needs
  326. [13:55:38] <av500> or adjust pdns
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  336. [14:06:07] <dipper> av500: when I am running under debug, eclipse says terminate value: 0x0
  337. [14:06:25] <dipper> when I am running on the board
  338. [14:06:38] <dipper> ./TestArm
  339. [14:06:47] <dipper> it fails with Sermentation faulut
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  341. [14:07:48] <av500> gdb
  342. [14:08:56] <LetoThe2nd> Fermentation Fallout?
  343. [14:09:16] <LetoThe2nd> but yeah, gdb sounds like a good idea :)
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  347. [14:12:05] <dipper> yeah, it sounds like good idea, but I am telling you again, I am running on eclipse remotely through SSH and it works
  348. [14:12:16] <dipper> how do I debug if it works when I debug
  349. [14:12:26] <av500> you debug the debug
  350. [14:12:39] * erwt (~erwt@122.170.104.85) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
  351. [14:12:53] <av500> but since you know better, what am I to say...
  352. [14:13:18] <LetoThe2nd> well then probably your eclipse deebug build b0rks the thing. run it with gdb attached, without debug instrumentation.
  353. [14:13:42] <LetoThe2nd> should give you a bt anyway.
  354. [14:14:01] <av500> or set ulimit to give you a core dump
  355. [14:20:51] <dipper> well, I don't think so
  356. [14:21:00] <dipper> another question
  357. [14:21:11] <dipper> how do you debug linux kernel on pandaboard ?
  358. [14:21:15] <ynezz> real man use led for debugging :p
  359. [14:21:24] <dipper> led ?
  360. [14:21:34] <dipper> diods ? :)
  361. [14:21:46] <ynezz> yes, with RGB LED, you've plenty of colors/states :D
  362. [14:22:11] <dipper> that sucks man, life is too short
  363. [14:22:43] <ynezz> with debugger you usually don't fix the real cause of the problem anyway...
  364. [14:23:09] <dipper> yeah, timing issues are awful
  365. [14:23:21] <dipper> is it possible to debug linux kernel on pandaboard without JTAG ?
  366. [14:23:27] <dipper> like through ethernet
  367. [14:23:32] <LetoThe2nd> sure. use printk
  368. [14:23:57] <ynezz> and there's some printk on stereoids, function tracing
  369. [14:24:04] <ynezz> (didn't tried it yet)
  370. [14:24:10] <LetoThe2nd> oO( printk in stereo )
  371. [14:24:22] <dipper> LetoThe2nd: i am trying to debug in eclipse (step and learn the code)
  372. [14:24:39] <dipper> debug output is of course useful
  373. [14:25:00] <av500> good luck to debug the kernel in eclipse
  374. [14:25:04] <ynezz> hm, I use rather lxr to learn the code
  375. [14:25:12] <ynezz> http://lxr.free-electrons.com/
  376. [14:25:13] <LetoThe2nd> dipper, so what? meaning that you only can debug using that point-n-click thing, but refuse to use real tools once they fail or don't fit?
  377. [14:25:36] <dipper> av500: why is this a bad idea ?
  378. [14:25:48] <dipper> I know nothing about it
  379. [14:26:05] <dipper> the first thing is start interactive process
  380. [14:26:14] <dipper> my question if it's technically possible ?
  381. [14:26:33] <ynezz> yes, everything is possible
  382. [14:26:33] <av500> what?
  383. [14:26:48] <ynezz> it's opensource, you can make it working for sure
  384. [14:26:53] <av500> dipper: burn bridges as you come across them
  385. [14:26:59] <dipper> debugging linux kernel on pandaboard using ethernet and eclipse on another linux machine
  386. [14:27:06] <LetoThe2nd> YES! LETS GO BURN THINGS!
  387. [14:27:13] <av500> dont worry about debugging a potential kernel bug until you have to need to
  388. [14:27:32] <av500> and then, try printk first
  389. [14:27:38] <dipper> there is no bug, man :) as I said, I wanna learn
  390. [14:27:50] <av500> learn by doing, make a bug first
  391. [14:27:54] <dipper> :)
  392. [14:28:05] <dipper> it's already written, so I gotta learn
  393. [14:28:36] <dipper> on windows I debug drivers using debug output
  394. [14:28:50] <dipper> but interactivity is also required in order to understand the process
  395. [14:28:55] <dipper> how it works, etc.
  396. [14:29:03] <av500> not really
  397. [14:29:50] <dipper> btw, why use JTAG ? is it faster ?
  398. [14:30:00] <dipper> or ethernet is not reliable ?
  399. [14:30:28] * av500 did not know that ethernet is a chip level debug tool
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  401. [14:30:38] <dipper> :)
  402. [14:30:45] <dipper> trying to understand an application
  403. [14:30:57] <av500> trying to understand you
  404. [14:31:20] <dipper> yeah, so my question is simple, what do you use JTAG for ?
  405. [14:31:41] <av500> I dont use it at all
  406. [14:31:49] <ScriptFanix> for low level debugging
  407. [14:31:54] <av500> you can use it to debug the kernel
  408. [14:32:03] <dipper> do you debug kernel ?
  409. [14:32:06] <av500> yes
  410. [14:32:10] <mru> av500: there are ethernet-attached jtag probes
  411. [14:32:14] <av500> sure
  412. [14:32:39] <LetoThe2nd> dipper, there's something you obviously have not understood yet. JTAG is NOT just another interface. its a silicon level debug interface. you only use it for interacting with hardware directly. it has nothing to do, and is not comparable with ethernet, usb, or what ever.
  413. [14:33:04] <dipper> ok, clear now
  414. [14:33:28] <dipper> is there any documentation on how to build and setup for debug minimal fs or validation environment for pandbaboard ?
  415. [14:33:39] <LetoThe2nd> dipper, please read, read, read (REALLY READ IT) and then understand http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JTAG
  416. [14:33:59] <dipper> yeah, I know what JTAG is usually used for
  417. [14:34:12] <dipper> and from your words I understood that I don't need it
  418. [14:34:29] <LetoThe2nd> *facepalm and off for coffee*
  419. [14:34:39] <dipper> :)
  420. [14:35:22] <dipper> any starting point for building the kernel for pandaboard ?
  421. [14:37:15] <dipper> btw, on my board I am running desktop linaro images
  422. [14:37:53] <dipper> I must say that the system is very slow and unresponsive, however my problem is that it hangs sometimes
  423. [14:38:01] <dipper> hangs completely
  424. [14:38:22] <dipper> through serial console I can see that some packets dropped
  425. [14:38:35] <dipper> and I can't touch the processor, looks like an overheat
  426. [14:38:47] <dipper> any comments ?
  427. [14:40:10] <ynezz> finally, you've something to debug, no? :)
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  429. [14:42:40] <ilias> hello
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  431. [14:43:12] <ilias> i got panda es a few days ago
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  433. [14:43:44] <ilias> and noticed that getting started section, at least about linux-minimal, is outdated
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  435. [14:44:51] <ilias> i have created uboot and uImage with wlan support and have written the instructions to do so
  436. [14:45:37] <ilias> perhaps u would be interested in sharing this info to your web site?
  437. [14:46:01] <LetoThe2nd> ilias, as we have no person by the name "u", he/she is probably not interested ;)
  438. [14:46:34] <LetoThe2nd> ilias, but the best thing whould be to look up omappedia.org and/or elinux.org if there is some article fitting and note things there.
  439. [14:46:50] <reisei> av500: LetoThe2nd: and how can you deal with that day by day....
  440. [14:47:40] <ilias> k, thanx
  441. [14:47:42] <ilias> bb
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  443. [14:48:40] <LetoThe2nd> ilias, thanks for sharing :)
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  494. [16:42:49] <danboid> I've successfully installed and updated 11.10 desktop but the desktop icon to install the omap drivers doesn't work - it says the package doesn't exist and aptitude says the same although I do have the OMAP ppa added
  495. [16:43:26] <danboid> Looking at all the omap packages I don't see any omap4, just omap3 drivers
  496. [16:43:29] <Greg__> Hello all, does anyone know if SIP on pandaboard with 12.02 work?
  497. [16:44:05] <Greg__> SipManager.newInstance(this) is returning null for me.
  498. [16:44:23] <danboid> Greg__, If your webcam works with Linux and you have a good connection then you can try Linphone
  499. [16:45:00] <danboid> Greg__, Have you got SIP working under Linux or any OS before?
  500. [16:45:31] <Greg__> The same apk works on moto xoom, with android 3.1
  501. [16:46:16] <danboid> Is it 'linux-tools-omap4' I want or
  502. [16:46:24] <Greg__> Linphone seems to work on pandaboard, with very crappy audio quality. We'd like to use android SIP though.
  503. [16:47:06] <danboid> Greg__, Can't help you with Android sorry although I do know Linphone has an Android port although I dunno if it supports ICS yet
  504. [16:47:58] <danboid> robclark, xserver-xorg-video-omap3 - is this the driver for my A4 Panda under 11.10? If not, what is?
  505. [16:48:57] <danboid> opengles-sgx-omap3 maybe?
  506. [16:49:23] <robclark> danboid, should be some pvr-omap4 package..
  507. [16:49:32] <robclark> omap3 stuff won't work
  508. [16:50:24] <danboid> robclark, No such packe here
  509. [16:50:35] <danboid> robclark, Package even
  510. [16:51:08] <robclark> hmm, that might not be exact package name.. I'm not really doing the deb pkg stuff myself, so not sure..
  511. [16:51:35] <robclark> danboid, https://launchpad.net/~tiomap-dev/+archive/omap-trunk
  512. [16:51:37] <danboid> I have ti-omap4-ppa under /etc/apt/sources.list.d , set to release
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  514. [16:52:08] <danboid> robclark, Oh so I want the trunk ppa for 11.10 do I? Not release?
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  516. [16:52:20] <robclark> well, probably either..
  517. [16:52:25] <robclark> the package name I see is pvr-omap4
  518. [16:52:34] <robclark> I *think* that is the right one
  519. [16:52:37] <danboid> Looks like I'll have to try trunk now anyway
  520. [16:53:01] * danboid getting close now- surely! :)
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  528. [17:13:21] <Greg_____> I just got a pandaboard es and am trying to use the microphone. It doesn't seem to work should it with the latest linaro 12.02?
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  530. [17:16:10] <kroot> Hello.
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  542. [17:32:06] <danboid> robclark, I've not tried playing any video or OGL stuff yet but the trunk PPA seems to be working for me under 11.10
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  544. [17:32:51] <dipper> people, can someone point me to minimal fs source code ?
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  546. [17:33:50] <av500> dipper: that is a good question, I have no idea
  547. [17:33:59] <av500> prpplague: ^^^^
  548. [17:34:09] <dipper> http://narcissus.angstrom-distribution.org/
  549. [17:34:16] <dipper> there is no omap4460
  550. [17:34:23] <dipper> which is quite strange
  551. [17:34:39] <av500> well, narcissus is not source code
  552. [17:34:39] <danboid> Has anyone had any luck with Lighspark or GNASH for playing Youtube on the Panda?
  553. [17:36:07] <dipper> http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/building-angstrom
  554. [17:36:13] <dipper> here is it
  555. [17:36:19] <av500> yes
  556. [17:36:33] <dipper> but I wouldn't want to spend days building something that doesn't support panda
  557. [17:36:39] <danboid> be nice to be able to stream instead of having to download everything
  558. [17:37:06] <av500> ..cough...html5...cough
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  560. [17:37:43] <danboid> av500, I will try it but it was dog slow last time I tried YT via HTML5/webm
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  562. [17:38:25] <av500> blame google for using VP8 and not h264 :)
  563. [17:39:23] <prpplague> hmm, looks like someone has removed links to the source
  564. [17:39:28] * prpplague looks
  565. [17:39:40] <av500> ...cough... GPL ... cough. ...
  566. [17:40:10] <danboid> av500, I think you need top get that acronym cough looked at! :)
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  568. [17:42:03] <danboid> can anyone recommend any good USB powred ssd drives?
  569. [17:42:36] <prpplague> av500: its up on the ti pages, just not linked from omapedia, and it was someone outside of ti that edited omapedia
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  572. [17:44:11] <prpplague> dipper: https://gforge.ti.com/gf/project/omap_binrel/frs/?action=FrsReleaseBrowse&frs_package_id=186
  573. [17:44:59] <danboid> Quake 3?
  574. [17:45:39] <dipper> thanks!
  575. [17:46:16] <prpplague> dipper: i've re-added the link on the minimal fs page - http://www.omappedia.com/wiki/PandaBoard_minimal-FS_Download#Downloading_the_minimal-FS_Environment
  576. [17:46:18] <av500> prpplague: wiki edit wars!
  577. [17:46:22] <prpplague> av500: indeed
  578. [17:47:25] <dipper> prpplague: I wonder if there is any instruction how to build, or I can use angstrom tutorials for this purpose
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  580. [17:47:51] <prpplague> dipper: standard angstrom, but that source is extremely odd, might was just use the latest angstrom build
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  583. [17:48:56] <av500> prpplague: that edit is not in wiki history?
  584. [17:49:28] <prpplague> av500: it wasn't originally on that page, it was on one of the other ones that got deleted
  585. [17:49:30] <SymbianRulez> Hello! I'm trying to configure the EDID timing for my TV. However, I don't have the following file: /sys/devices/platform/omapdss/display2/custom_edid_timings
  586. [17:49:40] <av500> prpplague: btw, pandaboard.org is still full of links to pandroid
  587. [17:49:51] <SymbianRulez> I'm using latest linaro distro. Configuring EDID is something not supported in linaro 12.02?
  588. [17:50:02] <prpplague> av500: indeed, and omapedia is a disaster
  589. [17:50:04] <av500> also I would suggest to link android and ubuntu from the *front* page
  590. [17:50:14] <av500> right now they are 2 clicks away
  591. [17:50:21] <av500> and you have to know where
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  593. [17:50:38] * prpplague is only doing what absolutely must be done on omapedia
  594. [17:50:50] <av500> I did not say omapedia
  595. [17:50:51] <dipper> prpplague: can you tell me why there is no omap4460-panda in angstrom online builder ? http://narcissus.angstrom-distribution.org/
  596. [17:50:57] <prpplague> av500: i can't do my job plus maintain omapedia and pandaboard.org
  597. [17:51:03] <av500> dipper: prpplague is not the one to ask
  598. [17:51:04] <prpplague> av500: yea i group them together
  599. [17:51:27] <av500> dipper: if you sponsor koen some time he might add it
  600. [17:51:33] <prpplague> dipper: is there a 4430?
  601. [17:51:52] <dipper> yeah
  602. [17:51:59] <prpplague> dipper: use that
  603. [17:52:31] <dipper> just found this question
  604. [17:52:31] <dipper> http://groups.google.com/group/pandaboard/browse_thread/thread/a237fe6ad1ab7498
  605. [17:53:37] <prpplague> the root filesystem generated for the 4430 is identical to what is used on the 4460
  606. [17:54:00] <dipper> I am more curious about the kernel
  607. [17:54:23] <prpplague> dipper: just use mainline or the linaro kernels
  608. [17:54:24] <dipper> ok, anyway I'll have to try
  609. [17:54:28] <dipper> hmm
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  612. [17:56:01] <dipper> linaro kernels ? insteresting..
  613. [17:56:03] <MRSL> For changing the mux values in the linux kernel on ubuntu 11.10, where are the mux.c and mux44xx.c files? I can't seem to find them to be able to edit them
  614. [17:56:09] <dipper> just found this: https://wiki.linaro.org/Resources/HowTo/KernelDeploy
  615. [17:56:15] <dipper> which is what I was looking for
  616. [18:00:27] <prpplague> MRSL: arch/arm/mach-omap2
  617. [18:00:51] <prpplague> MRSL: but you should not have to change anything in those files
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  621. [18:05:32] <MRSL> I need to set the pinmux to GPIO for expansion ports J3 and J6
  622. [18:06:28] <MRSL> should arch/arm/mach-omap2 be in File System (have just / before it)?
  623. [18:06:36] <prpplague> use the pinmux framework or set the registers directly
  624. [18:06:45] <prpplague> MRSL: no
  625. [18:07:23] <MRSL> where is the pinmux framework?
  626. [18:07:51] <prpplague> MRSL: i assume you have never compiled a linux before
  627. [18:08:25] <MRSL> Nope. I have very little Linux experience at all. I have a moderate amount of Unix experience, but almost none on linux
  628. [18:09:07] <prpplague> MRSL: what is it your are trying to accomplish?
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  630. [18:10:12] <MRSL> I need to read button/joystick input (digital). So the plan is to use the GPIO from expansion ports J6 and J3, but they aren't configured as GPIO, so I am currently trying to figure out how to do that.
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  632. [18:13:08] <prpplague> MRSL: you will need to start by getting a working build environment for the ubuntu kernel
  633. [18:13:19] <prpplague> MRSL: please ask over in #ubuntu-arm for instructions
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  642. [18:17:38] <MRSL> alright, thanks
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  661. [18:48:47] <_Lucretia_> where can i get a pandaboard es in england? I'd rather not import as it gets stupidly expensive with import duty then vat
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  665. [18:53:25] <prpplague> _Lucretia_: all authorized distributors are listed on the pandaboard pages - http://pandaboard.org/content/buy
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  667. [18:53:38] <kz> Hello
  668. [18:53:57] <kz> I'm tyring to usbboot in to fastboot to flash my aosp build i made
  669. [18:54:13] <kz> usbboot is hanging with "waiting for 2ndstage response..."
  670. [18:55:34] <kz> I tried building usbboot from source and enabled the DBG prints. And I see that the usb_read for 4 bytes looking for the magic bytes "0xaabbccdd" never returning
  671. [18:56:01] <kz> Has anyone come across this issue? Can anyone please help? Thanks!
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  679. [19:08:41] <SymbianRulez> Hi! How can I change the EDID timings over HDMI in Linaro 12.02? I did the following: echo "74250,1280/110/220/40,720/5/20/5" > /sys/devices/platform/omapdss/display1/timings
  680. [19:09:25] <SymbianRulez> Now I have it configured 1360x768, but I want it to be 1280x720. The above command works as long as the TV says it's 720p, however everything appears messy on screen. I got a lot of strange lines, and everything is undistinguishable
  681. [19:09:37] <SymbianRulez> Do I need to do any additional step???
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  684. [19:23:25] <prpplague> av500: ping
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  695. [19:52:46] <_av500_> yo
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  721. [20:38:35] * prpplague has had _way_ too much coffee today
  722. [20:40:46] <a_agross> blasphemy
  723. [20:41:09] <a_agross> at times i think there is more caffeine in my veins than blood
  724. [20:41:44] <_av500_> a_agross: the trick is to convert it to code as the same pace as you drink it
  725. [20:44:37] <koen> prpplague: https://plus.google.com/107982618909749811163/posts/1tZWgDAyLyN
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  730. [20:57:24] <prpplague> koen: hehe
  731. [20:58:50] <prpplague> koen: someone in my wing has their ring tone as "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" and it is driving me crazy
  732. [20:59:29] <a_agross> it could be worse......
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  734. [21:01:47] <ceezer> I am having trouble getting Arch to display output on serial port on my PandaBoard. Validation image works as it should be
  735. [21:01:53] <ceezer> Any advice?
  736. [21:02:17] <ceezer> It's a PandaBoard ES
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  741. [21:06:27] <_av500_> do you see mlo and uboot output?
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  743. [21:06:45] <ceezer> _av500_, I see no output.
  744. [21:08:18] <ceezer> I used mkcard.sh to format the 8 GB microSDHC
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  746. [21:10:05] <prpplague> ceezer: those are the old instructions
  747. [21:10:42] <prpplague> ceezer: please use the instructions here - http://pandaboard.org/content/resources/troubleshooting
  748. [21:12:29] <ceezer> prpplague, omap3-mkcard.sh?
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  750. [21:17:28] <prpplague> ceezer: old instructions
  751. [21:17:30] <prpplague> ceezer: please use the instructions here - http://pandaboard.org/content/resources/troubleshooting
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  753. [21:19:47] <ceezer> prpplague, I was just looking at the section reformat your sd card.
  754. [21:20:59] <prpplague> ceezer: there is no need to reformat your card if you follow the directions
  755. [21:23:10] <ceezer> prpplague, Okay. I see three subsections, reformatting an SD card, Validation environment, and RMA procedure.
  756. [21:23:27] <prpplague> ceezer: please use the validation environment section
  757. [21:23:45] <prpplague> ceezer: the reformatting sd card section is for people having problems with sd card formating
  758. [21:23:53] <ceezer> I've tried the validation image. That works fine.
  759. [21:24:35] <ceezer> I'm just attempting to install arch linux on my card. Can I just extract the rootfs to the second partition?
  760. [21:24:48] <ceezer> After writing the image?
  761. [21:25:05] <_av500_> replace the rootfs and the kernel image
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  763. [21:25:24] <_av500_> leave mlo and uboot
  764. [21:25:32] <_av500_> that way you debug only 1 thing, not 2
  765. [21:26:41] <ceezer> Cheers, I'll give that a try.
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  769. [21:26:59] <Yorch> Hello
  770. [21:27:24] <Yorch> I need a PandaBoard with a PCI Slot...
  771. [21:27:46] <haltdef> good luck with that
  772. [21:27:54] <Yorch> ha ha ha
  773. [21:28:29] <Yorch> sorry... but i have a storm detector... and he has a PCI card
  774. [21:28:39] <Yorch> maybe usb conversor?
  775. [21:28:53] <phdeswer> usb to pci adapters... that would be new...
  776. [21:29:11] <prpplague> Yorch: storm detector?
  777. [21:29:46] <Yorch> yes...
  778. [21:29:49] * prpplague knows of a few types of storms he'd like to detect in advance
  779. [21:29:57] <prpplague> Yorch: what is a storm detector?
  780. [21:29:57] <_av500_> shitstorms
  781. [21:31:01] <haltdef> do *any* ARM SoCs do PCI(e)? :|
  782. [21:31:09] <Yorch> Its a Storm Lightning Detector
  783. [21:31:10] <_av500_> yes
  784. [21:31:53] <Yorch> similar to Boltek technology
  785. [21:32:46] <Yorch> and he have a StormTracker PCI Card
  786. [21:33:32] <haltdef> so get one of those?
  787. [21:34:13] * _av500_ places a pandaboard with a tracker into the eye of the storm
  788. [21:34:34] <haltdef> DOMINATING DOMINATING DOMINATING
  789. [21:36:29] <prpplague> Yorch: i would suggest getting the USB or rs-232 versions
  790. [21:36:29] <Yorch> i plug this to a Desktop PC. but i like to use a litleboard similar to pandaboard or Beagleboard... this sounds stupid according to you
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  792. [21:36:58] <_av500_> no
  793. [21:37:03] <_av500_> but the panda has no PCI
  794. [21:37:17] <_av500_> so you are barking up the wrong board :)
  795. [21:37:39] <Yorch> usb or rs-232 great
  796. [21:38:25] <_av500_> does it need PCI to say "storm comming"?
  797. [21:38:36] <Yorch> Yes.
  798. [21:39:00] <_av500_> i just said it here over a text connection :)
  799. [21:39:07] <_av500_> and I dont type very fast
  800. [21:39:23] <Yorch> and Antenna ANT-1
  801. [21:41:40] <Yorch> bye...
  802. [21:41:48] <Yorch> and thanx
  803. [21:44:02] <ceezer> I managed to get serial output, the kernel is not booting though, fails at "unable to handle kernel paging request"
  804. [21:44:28] <_av500_> good
  805. [21:44:32] <_av500_> now you can debug it :)
  806. [21:45:56] <ceezer> Do I need to create a boot.scr?
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  808. [21:46:22] <_av500_> depends
  809. [21:46:30] <_av500_> if you dont like the stock uboot boot args, then yes
  810. [21:46:47] <ceezer> I also had a uboot error "mmc read: invalid size"
  811. [21:47:13] <_av500_> thazts ok i think
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  814. [21:48:33] <Crnkoj> hey guys how are you? i was wondering if the hardfloat pvr drivers are yet available? or if the omapdrm driver has the hw modules working ? thanks
  815. [21:48:58] <_av500_> ah, the monthly check :)
  816. [21:49:42] <Crnkoj> yes
  817. [21:49:43] <Crnkoj> :)
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  819. [21:50:51] <Crnkoj> so any news? O_o
  820. [21:51:21] <_av500_> Crnkoj: some people on beagle could not wait and patches the sf sgx stuff to be linked with hf
  821. [21:51:26] <_av500_> patched
  822. [21:51:43] <Crnkoj> hmm
  823. [21:51:46] <Crnkoj> well i can wait some more
  824. [21:51:53] <Crnkoj> i dont really have that much knowledge to do it myself :(
  825. [21:51:58] <Crnkoj> and sadly dont have the time to learn it right now
  826. [21:52:02] <_av500_> instruction are on beagle ML
  827. [21:52:19] <Crnkoj> ah ok thanks
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  829. [21:52:42] <Crnkoj> well as it seemed 2 weeks or so ago, the last time i asked people were quite confident to get it out soon
  830. [21:52:49] <_av500_> yes, soon :)
  831. [21:52:53] <Crnkoj> so asi said with busy university right now
  832. [21:52:59] <Crnkoj> ill just wait for that =/
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  837. [21:59:14] <Crnkoj> i saw linaro redid their homepage, i kinda feel lost there now
  838. [21:59:26] <Crnkoj> its so untransparent
  839. [21:59:31] <a_agross> opaque?
  840. [21:59:43] <Crnkoj> haha
  841. [21:59:48] <Crnkoj> no i mean confusing
  842. [21:59:58] <Crnkoj> its not easy to get to the things you want to get to
  843. [21:59:59] <a_agross> unintuitive
  844. [22:00:01] <Crnkoj> ye
  845. [22:00:05] <a_agross> non-intuitive sorry
  846. [22:00:06] <Crnkoj> sry english is not my first language :)
  847. [22:00:14] <a_agross> apparently it is not mine either
  848. [22:00:15] <a_agross> =D
  849. [22:01:03] <Crnkoj> hehe ye but thats the feeling i get with it
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  851. [22:05:04] <ron_frown> oi
  852. [22:05:45] <ron_frown> when I fire up this pandaboard es, I have to understandably hit pwron_reset, to get the thing to start booting... is there a way to get that to trigger on power?
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  855. [22:06:00] <ron_frown> I tested by holding power button and plugging in power which didnt result in starting to boot
  856. [22:06:19] <ron_frown> which leads me to believe that simply shorting it out (which i wouldnt really want anyway) would work
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  859. [22:08:36] <ron_frown> I am unfamilliar enough to know whether we're talking about a hardware fix or software
  860. [22:08:54] <ron_frown> I thought maybe that was something handled by uboot or something
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  862. [22:10:10] <Crnkoj> ron_frown that weird, mine jsut boots once i put in the psu cable
  863. [22:10:19] <Crnkoj> maybe oyuneed to change the bootloader somehow
  864. [22:10:32] <ron_frown> panda es?
  865. [22:10:34] <ron_frown> if so thats good
  866. [22:10:35] <Crnkoj> ye
  867. [22:10:37] <Crnkoj> omap4460
  868. [22:10:57] <ron_frown> I'll look into uboot,see if there is anything obvious
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  870. [22:11:22] <haltdef> ooh, might be able to order mine tomorrow
  871. [22:12:08] <ron_frown> wonder if/when we'll see any updates on the eagleboard =()
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  874. [22:12:22] <Crnkoj> ron_frown as much as it helps you im using the u-boot frmo linaro which seems to have the x-loader in it aswell
  875. [22:12:30] <Crnkoj> and i have a boot.script
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  877. [22:12:42] <Crnkoj> running the 3.2 kernel from ubuntu/TI sources
  878. [22:13:34] <ron_frown> I couldnt get linaro actually firing up using HDMI
  879. [22:13:46] <Crnkoj> no its not linaro ubuntu
  880. [22:13:49] <ron_frown> so I built from google repo with proprietary support
  881. [22:13:53] <Crnkoj> i jsut use the u-boot sources from linaro
  882. [22:14:03] <Crnkoj> and for android
  883. [22:14:09] <Crnkoj> i have built it from google repo aswell
  884. [22:14:11] <Crnkoj> it boots nicely
  885. [22:14:18] <Crnkoj> it is limited to 720p though
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  887. [22:14:40] <prpplague> ron_frown: how are you powering the panda?
  888. [22:14:40] <ron_frown> its all good, this baby is only gonna run a craptastic ~120dpi display
  889. [22:14:43] <ron_frown> dont ask.
  890. [22:14:52] <haltdef> :o
  891. [22:14:53] <ron_frown> 5v dc from ac psu
  892. [22:15:10] <prpplague> ron_frown: the twl6030 uses the rampup time to determine the type of boot
  893. [22:15:32] <prpplague> ron_frown: if the rampup time is too slow or not very clean they the power button signal or PoR need to be issues
  894. [22:15:52] <ron_frown> god damn it
  895. [22:16:06] <ron_frown> usb was plugged in prior to plugging in 5vdc
  896. [22:16:17] <ron_frown> pulling usb, the power on works as expected =)
  897. [22:16:20] <ron_frown> sorry guys =)
  898. [22:16:41] <Crnkoj> haha lol
  899. [22:17:02] <ron_frown> at least I didnt dive too far in =)
  900. [22:17:24] <ron_frown> now i guess i gotta port eth config back into ics
  901. [22:17:25] <prpplague> koen: ping
  902. [22:18:26] <haltdef> eagleboard site looks incredibly dodgy
  903. [22:18:38] <prpplague> HA
  904. [22:18:59] <_av500_> haltdef: i think its a scam
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  906. [22:19:14] <haltdef> you'd have to be a bit insane to think otherwise :P
  907. [22:19:17] <_av500_> but then, I preordered
  908. [22:19:17] <prpplague> haltdef: it is as dodgy as it's owner
  909. [22:19:36] <_av500_> I must have all the cool HW
  910. [22:19:42] <prpplague> hehe
  911. [22:19:47] <haltdef> how dodgy is its owner
  912. [22:19:50] <prpplague> HA
  913. [22:19:57] <_av500_> haltdef: insanely dodgy
  914. [22:20:05] <haltdef> am I missing something
  915. [22:20:17] <Crnkoj> whats teh eagleboard lol ?
  916. [22:20:27] <_av500_> eagleboard.org
  917. [22:20:34] <_av500_> the next thing after panda
  918. [22:20:43] <_av500_> omap5, cortey A15
  919. [22:20:51] <Crnkoj> haha
  920. [22:20:57] <ron_frown> that has gone a decent amount of time since any sort of update at all
  921. [22:21:00] <Crnkoj> the site looks like a beagleboard ripoff
  922. [22:21:01] <ron_frown> is it still in progress etc?
  923. [22:21:35] <_av500_> yes
  924. [22:21:46] <_av500_> ti is just slow with the silicon
  925. [22:21:50] * prpplague saves a copy of the log
  926. [22:22:09] <haltdef> I don't get it
  927. [22:22:23] <_av500_> I hope to get it soon
  928. [22:22:46] <_av500_> I think I have order number 26 or so
  929. [22:23:37] <Crnkoj> whats the price ?
  930. [22:24:06] <_av500_> irrelevant
  931. [22:24:20] <_av500_> why do people always think in such wordly terms
  932. [22:24:34] <haltdef> what's happening :|
  933. [22:25:27] <Crnkoj> lol just wondering
  934. [22:25:31] <Crnkoj> or at least an approximation
  935. [22:25:37] <Crnkoj> and since i dont have a real job yet ^ ^
  936. [22:26:01] <_av500_> i guess it will be comparable
  937. [22:26:37] <Crnkoj> aha
  938. [22:26:54] <Crnkoj> but there wont be any drivers out by the time it becomes available i bet ^ ^
  939. [22:27:01] <_av500_> blame ti
  940. [22:27:08] <Crnkoj> hehe
  941. [22:27:08] <Crnkoj> ye
  942. [22:28:06] <prpplague> _av500_: too funny
  943. [22:28:20] * prpplague is choking on his coffee laughing
  944. [22:28:34] <haltdef> Crnkoj, I think we're being made fun of
  945. [22:29:07] <_av500_> this is a professional irc channel
  946. [22:29:28] <Crnkoj> haltdef about ?
  947. [22:29:35] <haltdef> that is a very good question
  948. [22:29:37] <haltdef> :(
  949. [22:29:42] <Crnkoj> lol?
  950. [22:32:37] <prpplague> _av500_: fess up
  951. [22:33:37] * SymbianRulez (~SymbianRu@14.Red-80-32-88.staticIP.rima-tde.net) Quit ()
  952. [22:34:09] <_av500_> http://eagleboard.org/blog/?p=52
  953. [22:34:36] <Crnkoj> haha
  954. [22:34:40] <Crnkoj> great
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  956. [22:34:41] <Crnkoj> ;)
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  959. [22:37:20] * Greg____ (62bf6e33@gateway/web/freenode/ip.98.191.110.51) has joined #pandaboard
  960. [22:39:06] <Greg____> I just got a pandaboard ES. The diagnostics (troubleshooting pandaboards) does not test microphone. The ubuntu build does not see the microphone and the android build does not see the microphone. does it work?
  961. [22:39:54] <Crnkoj> Greg____ what sort of microphone, to what do you ahve it attached ?
  962. [22:40:16] <haltdef> score
  963. [22:40:27] <haltdef> but yes, I still don't get it
  964. [22:40:39] <mru> why does it matter if it sees it? does it _hear_ the microphone? that's the important thing
  965. [22:40:48] <mru> or something like that
  966. [22:40:54] <_av500_> well, my microphones are all silent
  967. [22:41:06] <_av500_> would be bad if they would make sounds themselves
  968. [22:41:08] <Greg____> A vanilla microphone that I use with my pc. Connected to the top audio jack
  969. [22:41:18] <Greg____> No I don't hear it either
  970. [22:41:20] <mru> _av500_: I bet if you drive them with high enough voltage they'll emit at least a fizzle
  971. [22:41:41] <Greg____> I am trying to run a SIP app which does work with usb audio inputs
  972. [22:42:02] <_av500_> why not?
  973. [22:42:12] <_av500_> isnt that just also routing?
  974. [22:42:32] <_av500_> alsa :)
  975. [22:42:46] <mru> if the omap4 asoc drivers are busted, using usb audio will still work
  976. [22:42:58] <Crnkoj> ye at least for linux for now there is some bug where you have to set up alsa/alsamixer specifically so that even the audio out works
  977. [22:42:59] <mru> and they usually are busted
  978. [22:43:20] <Crnkoj> havent tested audio in though
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  980. [22:46:13] <_av500_> Greg____: your mic might need a bias voltage
  981. [22:46:21] <_av500_> i dont think panda provides that
  982. [22:46:25] <_av500_> prpplague: does it?
  983. [22:46:44] <prpplague> _av500_: animal lvds mini kit with a 10.1" screen, $149, think it will sell?
  984. [22:47:04] <prpplague> _av500_: iirc it is not configured for that
  985. [22:47:08] * prpplague looks
  986. [22:48:30] <Greg____> Getting frustrated, Hard to build a SIP app on android when the SIP stack hasn't been implemented and the panda board doesn't support audio.
  987. [22:48:55] <_av500_> android does SIP fine
  988. [22:49:04] <_av500_> there are apps on the market
  989. [22:49:51] <_av500_> about audio, trya line.in source
  990. [22:49:58] <_av500_> the panda audio-in is not at mic level
  991. [22:50:09] * emeb (~ericb@ip72-223-81-94.ph.ph.cox.net) has joined #pandaboard
  992. [22:50:57] <Greg____> Not on Linaro's 10_02 build per linaro
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  994. [22:51:22] <prpplague> _av500_: yea its not configured for differential mic
  995. [22:51:27] <Greg____> Why buy the ES which per specs supports analog microphone
  996. [22:52:03] <prpplague> Greg____: analog mic, not differential
  997. [22:52:12] <prpplague> Greg____: most mics are supported
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  999. [22:52:54] <Greg____> Excuse my stupidity what is the difference between analog and differtential
  1000. [22:54:52] <prpplague> Greg____: if you have a stock pc mic it should work fine
  1001. [22:55:12] * Vasco is now known as Vasco_O
  1002. [22:55:26] <Greg____> That is what I am trying to use.
  1003. [22:55:36] <_av500_> prpplague: not differential
  1004. [22:55:37] <ron_frown> av500: I couldnt tell if that was just a joke or what... you really taking preorders, or just showing
  1005. [22:55:45] <ron_frown> prpplague: yes
  1006. [22:55:50] <ron_frown> it'll sell
  1007. [22:55:54] <_av500_> orated: I mean the electret mic bias voltage
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  1009. [22:57:14] <prpplague> _av500_: right, there is no bias voltage for the input
  1010. [22:57:36] <_av500_> and its line level, no?
  1011. [22:57:40] <_av500_> so powered mic?
  1012. [22:58:23] <prpplague> correct
  1013. [22:58:25] <Greg____> No it is not a powered mic. It is the same mic I use on my laptop.
  1014. [22:58:35] <_av500_> then it might not work
  1015. [22:58:42] <_av500_> try a line level source
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  1018. [22:59:44] <prpplague> _av500_: correct
  1019. [23:00:57] <Greg____> I tried using the line out from my pc's usb turtle Beach card and told my pc to listen to the microphone so my voice would go out the line out - now plugged into the top audio jack on the pandaboard and no audio passed
  1020. [23:07:21] <Greg____> `
  1021. [23:07:59] <Greg____> Remember Linux (Ubuntu) doesn't even see the microphone
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  1023. [23:09:16] <prpplague> Greg____: for ubuntu specific try #ubuntu-arm
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  1026. [23:09:32] <prpplague> Greg____: audio works fine on my builds
  1027. [23:10:13] * chardson_ (~chardson@d-109-253.eecs.umich.edu) Quit (Ping timeout: 248 seconds)
  1028. [23:10:25] <_av500_> prpplague: maybe the soundcard has the wrong irq and port number jumpered?
  1029. [23:10:27] <Greg____> Is ubuntu arm a specific build I can download? Where can I get it?
  1030. [23:12:10] <Crnkoj> Greg____ linaro.org
  1031. [23:12:11] <prpplague> Greg____: didn't you just say you were using ubuntu on the panda?
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  1033. [23:12:50] <prpplague> <Greg____> Remember Linux (Ubuntu) doesn't even see the microphone
  1034. [23:16:07] * KRF (~krf@amarok/developer/krf) Quit (Ping timeout: 244 seconds)
  1035. [23:16:20] <Greg____> Yes a build from early February.
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  1040. [23:24:59] <prpplague> Greg____: then you have an ubuntu arm specific build
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  1046. [23:47:10] <ceezer> I have made progress. The validation image has MLO and u-boot that seems to working fine, but it wasn't reading my boot.scr, so I manually set the bootargs
  1047. [23:47:52] <ceezer> My kernel boots until it freezes on cpuidle.
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