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IRC Log for 2012-03-14

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  31. [02:08:48] <prpplague> GPSFan: ping me when you have time
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  34. [02:10:42] <netman87> how fast opencv is on pandaboard?
  35. [02:11:03] <netman87> i mean it takes lots of time to detect some faces even on my desktop computer
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  39. [02:14:30] <GPSFan> prpplague, ping
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  57. [03:40:58] <ron_frown> oi oi
  58. [03:41:02] <ron_frown> av500
  59. [03:41:30] <ron_frown> av500 - any ballpark idea on the eagle? are we looking at 2mo 6mo 8mo? any ballpark?
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  65. [03:54:47] <keith__> Hi, is pandaboard production ready? are quantities available for production? and what is really productino ready? so how come they say beagleboard is not production ready? what is it really?
  66. [03:59:35] <ron_frown> keith__ I beleive they just mean you shouldnt expect to be able to buy panda/beagle boards ,develope a product and always be able to find a supply of those boards
  67. [03:59:40] <ron_frown> especially at those prices
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  73. [04:16:15] <keith__> ron: so is pandaboard production ready?
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  75. [04:31:03] <ka6sox> keith__, they aren't a "production" board...they are a reference design...
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  80. [05:13:52] <priyans> hello. i am new to pandaboard. any guidelines to install opencv and pygtk on it?
  81. [05:15:12] <priyans> anyone here?
  82. [05:18:33] <priyans> ???
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  91. [05:51:12] <_av500_> no
  92. [05:51:29] <_av500_> we are closed until 8am UGT
  93. [05:51:42] <Sonicadvance1> hehe
  94. [05:51:59] <ron_frown> nice
  95. [05:56:51] <ka6sox> av500, love it
  96. [05:57:13] <ka6sox> I wonder how many folks know where UGT is :D
  97. [05:58:20] <ka6sox> ~ugt
  98. [05:58:26] <ka6sox> no bot here...
  99. [06:01:22] <ron_frown> av500 so any ballparks?
  100. [06:01:35] <ron_frown> I want to prototype some of my ideas
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  103. [06:06:21] <_av500_> ah, missed your question
  104. [06:06:46] <_av500_> it still depends on TI silicon yields
  105. [06:07:09] <_av500_> and now TMSC has issues with 28mm
  106. [06:08:19] <ds2> j #beagle
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  109. [06:13:19] <ron_frown> np
  110. [06:13:32] <ron_frown> I understand how quotes can go anway, nothing official
  111. [06:13:57] <ron_frown> seems like all the current dev boards are... getting a bit old... panda es runs ics fantastically
  112. [06:15:51] <ds2> they are all just fine. matter of tuning.
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  115. [06:17:53] <_av500_> ron_frown: get a raspeberry pi
  116. [06:18:10] <ron_frown> wtf
  117. [06:18:14] <ron_frown> thts a downgrade man
  118. [06:18:25] <ron_frown> 700mhz vs dual 1.2ghz?
  119. [06:19:43] <netman87> i would order few raspberry pi boards if they just would sell them
  120. [06:20:10] <netman87> i dont see anyplace where i can place order and i dont see when there is more coming
  121. [06:20:30] <netman87> those would be nice for opencv cluster
  122. [06:21:07] <ds2> _av500_: let's spin some OSK5912 boards and call them boysenberry-turnovers
  123. [06:21:11] <ds2> ;)
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  125. [06:38:36] <_av500_> netman87: lol
  126. [06:39:27] * _av500_ wonders why people dont want to use r-pis for their intended purpose
  127. [06:42:38] <netman87> r-pis?
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  129. [06:49:36] <_av500_> netman87: raspberrillium pies
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  163. [08:12:31] <LetoThe2nd> m??in
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  178. [09:02:54] <rsv> i have a question on compiling for ducati core, Does the xdc tool generate the binary to run on ducati
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  180. [09:05:59] <av500> in the end yes
  181. [09:06:06] <av500> well, the compiler generates the binary
  182. [09:06:24] <av500> together with the linker and what have you
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  186. [09:13:43] <rsv> i am trying to find how to compile ducati code and equivalent test apps. for some reason i am unable to compile the test apps and get the xem3 out of it
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  193. [09:20:25] * 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'
  194. [09:20:25] * Set by orbarron!~orb@nat/ti/x-ztoqabxrceydslsj on Mon Jun 06 15:00:29 UTC 2011
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  211. [10:02:40] <Guest21834> Hi, is there anything that needs to be done differently when building Gingerbread for ES B1 and Rev A4?
  212. [10:05:36] <av500> yes, building gingerbread for panda should not be done at all any more
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  216. [10:37:57] <hrw> av500: which kernel you use as a base for archos? linux-omap 3.0-HEAD + 3.0.8 stable update?
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  218. [10:41:47] <hrw> av500: diff to 3.0.8 is 15M :D
  219. [10:43:24] <ynezz> yummy
  220. [10:44:13] <LetoThe2nd> time to cherry pick then ;)
  221. [10:44:57] <hrw> LetoThe2nd: it is impossible to cherrypick from archos tree - it was done as one commit
  222. [10:45:21] <LetoThe2nd> hrw: i know, it was not meant that seriously. more like manually cherrypicking lines out of 15M ;)
  223. [10:45:53] <hrw> 3.0.8-9 incr patch does not even apply ;(
  224. [10:46:27] <av500> hrw: TI kernels
  225. [10:46:43] <hrw> 8 years ago when I started playing with embedded linux we had ugly vendor patches but even they were smaller
  226. [10:46:46] <hrw> av500: thx
  227. [10:46:54] <av500> so something on omapzoom
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  229. [10:47:01] <av500> or even the aosp stuff
  230. [10:47:12] <hrw> av500: will leave kernel hacking to other people
  231. [10:51:33] <av500> hrw: for the record: http://git.omapzoom.org/?p=kernel/omap.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/p-android-omap-3.0
  232. [10:51:40] <av500> that should be the closest
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  234. [10:52:03] <av500> hrw: its not 15MB patched by us :)
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  236. [10:58:10] <hrw> av500: I know, omap kernels are not mainline ones
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  241. [11:05:32] <ogra_> ubuntus is :P
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  243. [11:07:36] <hrw> av500: 4.8MB is much nicer size
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  261. [12:09:55] <viru_> any one install armstrong on pandaboard
  262. [12:11:06] <av500> some did
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  265. [12:13:31] <viru_> caN U TELL WHO DID?
  266. [12:14:02] <theos> :)
  267. [12:15:09] <LetoThe2nd> version neil or louis?
  268. [12:15:23] <av500> lance
  269. [12:15:38] <LetoThe2nd> av500: pandaborat on dope ;)
  270. [12:16:12] <viru_> neil
  271. [12:17:25] <LetoThe2nd> viru_: ask michael collins then. he installed neil.
  272. [12:18:57] <av500> rebased him onto the moon
  273. [12:19:15] <LetoThe2nd> "ported"
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  287. [13:14:24] <BenHowes> av500: Hey! You know we were talking about cameras and GPMC connection etc the other day?
  288. [13:14:47] <av500> I take everything back and claim the opposite!
  289. [13:15:07] <BenHowes> I've been looking at it and I can't find any examples of people connecting FIFO's straight to the GPMC
  290. [13:15:16] <BenHowes> I'm sure it must be possible?
  291. [13:15:35] <BenHowes> I just can't see anything that doesn't have some sort of addressing
  292. [13:15:36] <av500> did you find many examples of people connecting anything to gpmc?
  293. [13:15:56] <BenHowes> yeah, there are a few docs for connecting a network controller
  294. [13:15:59] <BenHowes> and something else
  295. [13:16:15] <av500> well, why not ignore the addesses?
  296. [13:16:51] <BenHowes> I guess I could do that ;)
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  340. [14:47:46] <Bertl_> Hello
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  342. [14:48:08] <Bertl_> can anyone tell me why the soundcard is not working under oneiric?
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  347. [14:49:44] <Bertl_> can anyone tell me why the soundcard is not working under oneiric?
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  363. [15:26:24] <naveen> hi
  364. [15:26:57] <naveen> r u there?
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  372. [16:01:41] <jk_> hi all
  373. [16:01:55] <jk_> i have issues in "memory req for ICS"
  374. [16:02:05] <jk_> does any one can help me
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  377. [16:03:36] <jk_> hi bth
  378. [16:04:04] <av500> http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
  379. [16:05:07] <jk_> hi
  380. [16:05:24] <jk_> what will be minimal memory size for ICS in panda board?
  381. [16:05:43] <av500> depends
  382. [16:06:08] <jk_> linux 3.0 and android framework and android.
  383. [16:06:14] <jk_> APP is not incldued
  384. [16:06:30] <jayabharath> jk_: ram requirement?
  385. [16:06:35] <jk_> yes
  386. [16:06:35] <av500> yes
  387. [16:06:50] <jk_> LPDDR ram requirement
  388. [16:07:11] <av500> android does not care if the RAM is LP or not :)
  389. [16:07:22] <jk_> yes... that is clear
  390. [16:07:45] <jk_> but OMAP 4 has go with LPDDR i suppose ..that too PoP
  391. [16:07:50] <av500> yes
  392. [16:08:06] <av500> the AOSP ICS release assumes you have 1GB
  393. [16:08:17] <jk_> oooooooooooo my god really
  394. [16:08:23] <jk_> 1 GB is 14 USD
  395. [16:08:30] <av500> since the GN has 1GB
  396. [16:08:50] <av500> and who would make an ICS device less capable than the GN
  397. [16:08:55] <jayabharath> jk_: generally you can run fine with 768MB? but 1GB is prefered
  398. [16:09:03] <av500> jayabharath: how do you solder 768MB?
  399. [16:09:08] <jayabharath> pop
  400. [16:09:18] <av500> got a part number?
  401. [16:09:21] <jk_> yes..no way we can solder 768 MB
  402. [16:09:31] <jk_> in fact no part is available for 768 MB
  403. [16:09:44] <jk_> Yes PoP
  404. [16:09:56] <jk_> Package on Processor
  405. [16:10:00] <av500> yes
  406. [16:10:03] <av500> we know that that means
  407. [16:10:06] <jayabharath> You are right guys. However, practical usages for most use cases has been well withing 768MB?. however, finding a part that is a different story
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  409. [16:10:33] * av500 knows that there are ICS devices with 512MB sold
  410. [16:10:48] <jk_> why we need so much 760 MB?
  411. [16:10:59] <jk_> Samsung nexus says 320 MB as a base
  412. [16:11:45] <jk_> is it that camera stuff takes too much of RAM
  413. [16:11:52] <av500> that too
  414. [16:12:16] <av500> mostly it's "we have 1GB, lets waste a lot of it" :)
  415. [16:12:30] <jk_> no bhaya...
  416. [16:12:34] <jk_> 1 GB too costly
  417. [16:12:40] * av500 knows that there are ICS devices with 512MB sold
  418. [16:13:05] <jk_> in fact Elpida also gone bankrupt..few days back
  419. [16:13:14] <jk_> so mem cost will be very high
  420. [16:13:23] * av500 had nothing to do with that, I swear
  421. [16:13:33] <jk_> if i cut down Camera stuff , do think it will go sub 400 MB
  422. [16:14:17] <av500> it's just knowing where to cut....
  423. [16:14:32] <ynezz> then LCD...
  424. [16:14:34] <jk_> where do i get that list
  425. [16:14:44] <jk_> component vs mem requirement
  426. [16:14:56] <jk_> LCD must yea
  427. [16:15:01] <av500> LCD?
  428. [16:15:13] <jk_> LCD required.. how can i cut that one
  429. [16:15:23] * av500 would not cut the LCD
  430. [16:17:40] <jayabharath> :)
  431. [16:18:04] <jk_> how much linux 3.0 requires
  432. [16:18:08] <jk_> is it 200 MB?
  433. [16:18:19] <av500> ?
  434. [16:18:34] <jk_> linux 3.0 kernal in panda board
  435. [16:18:41] <av500> if you dont do aynthing with the kernel, it needs a few MB
  436. [16:18:53] <jk_> means what
  437. [16:19:05] <av500> means you are asking the wrong questions
  438. [16:19:18] <jk_> sorry.. may be correct way
  439. [16:19:19] <av500> a kernel per se needs little memory
  440. [16:19:47] <jk_> what will be present version panda board linux 3.0 kernel
  441. [16:20:15] <jk_> mostly..my worry arround panda board version of ICS
  442. [16:20:20] <jk_> and its mem requirements
  443. [16:20:27] <av500> yes, you said so
  444. [16:20:39] * av500 knows that there are ICS devices with 512MB sold
  445. [16:20:58] <jk_> really
  446. [16:21:01] <jk_> which one
  447. [16:21:05] <jayabharath> jk_: Can I suggest you download the latest ICS build from linaro and do some memory profiling?
  448. [16:21:31] <jk_> linaro
  449. [16:21:40] <jayabharath> linaro.org
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  451. [16:26:34] <jk_> if some one has that list
  452. [16:26:41] <av500> what list?
  453. [16:26:50] <jk_> mem vs components
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  455. [16:27:06] <av500> well, since panda has 1GB, the need for such a list here is not really given
  456. [16:27:38] <jk_> let me ask otherway
  457. [16:28:06] <jk_> is it possible to find mem use soon panda board start'
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  463. [16:34:01] <jk_> hi XorA
  464. [16:34:15] <jk_> r u ICS guy
  465. [16:34:56] * ogra_ takes a bite from XorA
  466. [16:35:07] * av500 takes the rest
  467. [16:35:38] <XorA> jk_: depends what you mean by ICS guys
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  469. [16:35:57] <jk_> r u into ICS development
  470. [16:36:25] <XorA> jk_: I do some work on ICS kernel for omap4
  471. [16:36:26] <av500> jk_: as said, stock AOSP wont run with 512MB
  472. [16:36:30] <LetoThe2nd> SK??L
  473. [16:36:44] <av500> jk_: 512MB is doable as there are devices out there with 512
  474. [16:36:58] <av500> but, #pandaboard might be the wrong place to get help on that
  475. [16:37:07] <av500> most people here run ubuntu and long for 4GB.....
  476. [16:37:21] <jk_> XorA... i want to look at memory reqirment for ICS in Panda board?
  477. [16:37:24] <av500> and faster swap....
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  479. [16:38:25] * XorA has only ever run ICS as a consumer on Transformer
  480. [16:38:37] <XorA> I never see more than console in my work
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  482. [16:39:47] <jk_> what u mean XorA
  483. [16:40:12] <XorA> Im a kernel developer, I never see anything larger than 80x25 console
  484. [16:41:32] <av500> so you need 2000 bytes
  485. [16:42:07] <av500> jk_: did you read that I wrote?
  486. [16:42:48] <jk_> yes
  487. [16:42:51] <jk_> trying
  488. [16:43:20] <jk_> no give up XorA
  489. [16:43:28] <jk_> let us look at it
  490. [16:43:52] <jk_> it seem there is issue of stack ram vs AOSP ram
  491. [16:44:02] <av500> ?
  492. [16:47:25] <jk_> how much iPad2 has
  493. [16:47:31] <av500> google knows
  494. [16:47:31] <jk_> i mean mem size
  495. [16:47:50] <av500> ipad does not run linux nor android
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  497. [16:49:07] <jk_> yes..
  498. [16:49:11] <jk_> iOs version
  499. [16:49:23] <jk_> LPddr size
  500. [16:49:34] <jk_> let us come back to our old Q
  501. [16:49:43] <XorA> go ask Linaro, they do Android stuffs for Pandaboard
  502. [16:50:00] <jk_> is it that camera module takes too much mem
  503. [16:50:11] <jk_> Linaro folks from BLR or from USA
  504. [16:50:25] <ogra_> all over the world
  505. [16:50:40] <ogra_> just go to #linaro and ask there
  506. [16:50:40] <jk_> is any one from Linaro
  507. [16:50:47] <jk_> pls raise your voce pls
  508. [16:50:56] <ogra_> just go to #linaro and ask there
  509. [16:50:59] <ogra_> ...
  510. [16:51:00] <jk_> i went there
  511. [16:51:05] <jk_> it was passive site
  512. [16:51:09] <jk_> not active sire
  513. [16:51:43] * XorA is no longer capable of answering, ogra ate my arm and av500 ate the rest
  514. [16:52:38] <jk_> means
  515. [16:52:47] <jk_> r the eating all
  516. [16:52:53] <jk_> this just discussion site
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  518. [16:59:42] <jk_> hi
  519. [16:59:46] <jk_> bye then
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  540. [17:57:25] <MrCurious> is omap3 cortex-a8 32bit or 64bit?
  541. [18:00:01] <prpplague> 32bit
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  545. [18:02:31] <MrCurious> thanks prpplague. any chance you can point me at a doc i can show my boss who will immediately doubt me?
  546. [18:02:46] <MrCurious> i have looked through the a8 manual, but cant spot the definitave clue
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  548. [18:03:42] <prpplague> MrCurious: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARM_processor , or simply go to the arm websitee
  549. [18:03:48] <MrCurious> oh v7 is 32 bit, v8+ is 64
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  551. [18:05:11] <MrCurious> is pandaboard 32 or 64?
  552. [18:05:21] <NishanthMenon> MrCurious, 32
  553. [18:05:28] <MrCurious> ok, thanks again :)
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  568. [18:45:04] <GrueMaster> MrCurious: I haven't heard of any announcements of publicly available arm 64 bit hardware yet, other than "Coming soon".
  569. [18:46:51] <pbuckley> are we talking weeks or months? ;)
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  572. [18:57:24] <GrueMaster> yes. Pick a (large) number.
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  575. [19:09:01] <pbuckley> :( i want an arm board with like 16gb of ram
  576. [19:09:17] <GrueMaster> heh.
  577. [19:09:40] <GrueMaster> You can always add a 15G swapfile to a pandaboard. :P
  578. [19:09:56] <pbuckley> and then wait for a query to come back from memcache
  579. [19:10:00] <pbuckley> +week
  580. [19:10:33] <pbuckley> my dream is to fill a rack with like 1000 arm boards
  581. [19:10:58] <GrueMaster> Not sure how much memory Cortex-A15 is supposed to handle, but iirc it breaks the 4G barrier.
  582. [19:11:07] <pbuckley> ?!
  583. [19:11:08] * pbuckley googles
  584. [19:11:29] <GrueMaster> You need to look into a calxeda server when they become available.
  585. [19:12:05] <pbuckley> Large Physical Address Extensions (LPAE)
  586. [19:12:05] <pbuckley> The introduction of Large Physical Address Extensions (LPAE) enables the processor to access up to 1TB of memory.
  587. [19:12:09] <pbuckley> nice
  588. [19:12:28] * pbuckley googles calxeda
  589. [19:12:37] <GrueMaster> Sadly, it is in 4G pages iirc. Similar to x86 PAE.
  590. [19:13:13] <pbuckley> have you played with these calxeda boards?
  591. [19:13:17] <GrueMaster> http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/02/hp-and-calxedas-moonshot-arm-servers-will-bring-all-the-boys-to/
  592. [19:13:32] <GrueMaster> Not yet. We are on the list though.
  593. [19:13:32] <pbuckley> http://www.calxeda.com/ ?
  594. [19:13:36] <GrueMaster> yes.
  595. [19:13:51] <pbuckley> i wonder if i can get my company on the list
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  597. [19:13:55] * pbuckley looks for the contact page
  598. [19:15:33] <BenHowes> Does anyone know where to get hold of 28 way IDC sockets?
  599. [19:15:50] <BenHowes> Everywhere I am looking only has 26 or 34 as the nearest :/
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  601. [19:16:50] <GrueMaster> Sounds custom.
  602. [19:17:08] <BenHowes> It's the 2 Expansion connectors on the PB
  603. [19:18:03] <BenHowes> I can get away with 20 on J6 (dont need the USB), but on J3 I need all of them
  604. [19:18:41] <prpplague> BenHowes: http://elinux.org/BeagleBoardPinMux#Connectors
  605. [19:18:44] <BenHowes> Finding 28 way is hard, given 28awg is what comes back ;)
  606. [19:18:59] <prpplague> BenHowes: digikey also has the low profile connectors
  607. [19:19:57] <BenHowes> aah, these are sockets on the board side! I was expecting a socket on the ribbon cable!
  608. [19:21:21] <prpplague> BenHowes: for male headers just purchase a break off block
  609. [19:21:57] <BenHowes> yeah, I have a load of them kicking about, it's just the matching IDC socket I'm having trouble finding
  610. [19:22:28] <BenHowes> I may have to switch things around to have the socket on the board
  611. [19:22:30] <prpplague> BenHowes: ahh you are wanting to do a ribbon cable?
  612. [19:22:43] <_av500_> pretty ribbons
  613. [19:22:44] <prpplague> BenHowes: the standard is for a female header on the board
  614. [19:23:02] <BenHowes> for the panda, or just in general
  615. [19:23:05] <BenHowes> ?
  616. [19:24:24] <BenHowes> prpplague: I have ribbon cable, I just thought that was an acceptable way to connect an external board up to the expansion port?
  617. [19:24:46] <prpplague> BenHowes: beagle and panda
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  619. [19:25:13] <prpplague> BenHowes: in general you don't want male pins extended off a board with power
  620. [19:25:21] <prpplague> BenHowes: i.e. same as electrical outlets
  621. [19:25:31] <prpplague> BenHowes: un-powered is male, powered is female
  622. [19:25:59] <BenHowes> That figures now you mention it ;)
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  625. [19:34:32] * XorA already broke prpplague's rule today
  626. [19:36:11] <tmax2> Hello, anyone knows how much current does PandaBoard drain tipically ?
  627. [19:36:24] <ogra_> depends what you attach
  628. [19:36:46] <ogra_> it starts around 2.1Amps i think
  629. [19:37:19] <tmax2> whitout any extra on USB just HDMI
  630. [19:37:57] <ogra_> well, the kernel usually powers the onboard USB hub, wlan card, USB NIC by default
  631. [19:38:24] <ogra_> so you would have to roll your own kernel that has these disabled and the regulators switched off i guess
  632. [19:38:50] <tmax2> yes but i mean whitout any device connected on USB draining current :)
  633. [19:39:10] <tmax2> only HDMI and Wi-Fi
  634. [19:39:34] <ogra_> it runs stable with the ubuntu kernel without USB devices attached at above 2A, thats all i know
  635. [19:39:55] <ogra_> if you use attached devices you need more
  636. [19:39:55] <tmax2> ok that is usefull thanks you :)
  637. [19:40:00] <tmax2> yeah
  638. [19:41:39] <pbuckley> GrueMaster: just sent them an email.. lets see if they respond
  639. [19:41:45] <pbuckley> thanks for the pointer
  640. [19:42:10] <pbuckley> might be able to get a fairly large ubuntu server installation on arm
  641. [19:42:16] <pbuckley> if this thing pans out
  642. [19:43:21] <GrueMaster> Well, we're listed as a software partner. And we have a server stack. I can tell you that much.
  643. [19:43:39] <pbuckley> \o/
  644. [19:43:47] <pbuckley> is that weeks or months out?
  645. [19:44:02] <pbuckley> <gruemaster> insert "large" number
  646. [19:44:04] <pbuckley> ;)
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  648. [19:52:38] <BenHowes> prpplague: Thank you!
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  650. [19:53:04] <prpplague> BenHowes: np
  651. [19:53:43] <BenHowes> With deadlines approaching I'm really tempted to just solder header pins on and use a floppy drive cable
  652. [19:54:19] <BenHowes> I know that's naughty now though :/
  653. [19:55:21] <prpplague> BenHowes: what are you connecting to the expansion header?
  654. [19:55:36] <ogra_> a floppy drive ?
  655. [19:55:38] <ogra_> :)
  656. [19:55:40] <prpplague> hehe
  657. [19:55:49] <BenHowes> *fingers tightly crossed* 2 parallel cameras
  658. [19:56:03] <BenHowes> ogra_: ;)
  659. [19:56:20] <BenHowes> over the GPMC
  660. [19:56:25] <prpplague> ogra_: http://youtu.be/1plg_yYsCQM
  661. [19:56:41] * ogra_ uses an arm desktop, no flash :)
  662. [19:56:53] <BenHowes> prpplague: +1
  663. [19:57:00] <prpplague> BenHowes: thats a pretty heavy task, good luck
  664. [19:57:07] <pbuckley> youtube has an html5 client
  665. [19:57:08] <prpplague> ogra_: i think there is a html5 version
  666. [19:57:09] <pbuckley> that works well
  667. [19:57:19] <ogra_> not on my crappy ac100
  668. [19:57:24] <pbuckley> :(
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  672. [19:57:34] <pbuckley> get a pandaboard es ;)
  673. [19:57:38] <ogra_> especially not with my ram already maxed out
  674. [19:57:54] <ogra_> i have a panda es :) but not near me
  675. [19:57:59] * _av500_ sends ogra_ am uSD for swap
  676. [19:58:43] <ogra_> _av500_, i was considering it, there are some drives that fit into the mini PCI slot inside the ac100 ... but only USB is wired up there, so its sloow
  677. [19:58:45] <haltdef> my ES has just arrived in the country <3
  678. [19:59:06] <prpplague> _av500_: noticed anything weird about G+ circles lately?
  679. [19:59:09] <BenHowes> prpplague: It *should* be very similar to reading from a memory, which there is some source code for :)
  680. [19:59:13] <_av500_> like?
  681. [19:59:17] <prpplague> _av500_: the numbers don't seem to add up
  682. [19:59:42] <_av500_> its a constipacy!
  683. [19:59:46] <BenHowes> prpplague: the plan is that it's easier than hooking up 2 cameras to the CSI-2 interface through an FPGA
  684. [19:59:55] <prpplague> _av500_: on my profile page it says i have 617 people following me, but if i check the circles pages it says i only have 596
  685. [20:00:15] <_av500_> prpplague: 21 left
  686. [20:00:36] <prpplague> _av500_: shouldn't those numbers match then?
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  688. [20:01:16] <_av500_> prpplague: 1st world problems?
  689. [20:01:45] <prpplague> hehe
  690. [20:01:49] <Defiant> hmm camera via GPMC? Cool idea
  691. [20:03:45] <BenHowes> :)
  692. [20:05:08] <BenHowes> got to dash, thanks for the advice everyone :D
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  696. [20:24:25] <jayabharath_> prpplague: I think someone at Google forgot math ;)
  697. [20:24:35] <prpplague> jayabharath_: hehe
  698. [20:25:09] <prpplague> jayabharath_: i'm wondering if there are group/product followers that don't count
  699. [20:26:47] * XorA is rocking his Panda ES
  700. [20:27:56] <prpplague> XorA: did you turn it into a guitar
  701. [20:28:08] <XorA> prpplague: no, I made it crash before console is up
  702. [20:28:59] <XorA> prpplague: but this at least means it started talking to my PMIC before it died :-D
  703. [20:30:29] <prpplague> hehe
  704. [20:38:48] <XorA> and its a missing if (!pdata)
  705. [20:39:12] <prpplague> doh
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  715. [21:03:12] <chrmhoffmann> hi. i have a question about timer11 on pandaboard and the ducati FW. Apparently ducati fw uses timer11 for watchdog. Doesn't panda have this wired to ssthing else?
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  718. [21:04:11] <_av500_> ducati uses so many timers
  719. [21:05:06] <chrmhoffmann> _av500_, the reason why I am asking is that I have a omap4430 board also (nook tablet). and apparently we have lcd pwm hooked on timer11 whereas ducati uses timer11 as watchdog.
  720. [21:05:22] <_av500_> hmm
  721. [21:05:33] <_av500_> yes, timer11 is in hard demand
  722. [21:05:51] <chrmhoffmann> so we can't really use std ducati fw. I was wondering if someother "opensource" board has a ductati fw that uses e.g. timer10 as it used to be in older (pre ICS) fws.
  723. [21:05:58] <_av500_> and the subset of timers pins that is a) pwm and b) not used by ducati is small
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  725. [21:06:25] <_av500_> IIRC ducati uses 3 timers
  726. [21:06:38] <_av500_> but i forgot, we went thru all that months ago
  727. [21:06:45] <_av500_> and even changed the schematics
  728. [21:06:56] <_av500_> so that ti can waste all these pwm pins...
  729. [21:07:10] <chrmhoffmann> _av500_, there's a thread on a TI board that explains our problem. http://e2e.ti.com/support/omap/f/849/t/169373.aspx
  730. [21:07:19] <_av500_> i know your problem
  731. [21:07:24] <chrmhoffmann> ok.
  732. [21:07:37] <_av500_> i have been thru it even on omap3
  733. [21:07:48] <_av500_> there it was gpt8, mapped to the dsp
  734. [21:07:55] <chrmhoffmann> they have apparenlty a patch on gerrit which shows how to make it work on timer10.
  735. [21:08:11] <chrmhoffmann> but we don't have (?) the means to rebuilt ducati fw.
  736. [21:08:23] <_av500_> then use hexedit :)
  737. [21:09:09] <_av500_> i wonder how nook got gpt11
  738. [21:09:23] <_av500_> when we looked at it, we saw no way
  739. [21:09:36] <_av500_> thus we moved that pwm even
  740. [21:09:41] <chrmhoffmann> the changes here don't look as if it was doable in hexedit http://review.omapzoom.org/#/c/18246/
  741. [21:10:44] <chrmhoffmann> if they have done it for some customers it might be findable on some device :)
  742. [21:11:34] <chrmhoffmann> _av500_, you think we can find that device?
  743. [21:11:57] <_av500_> chrmhoffmann: wont be much use
  744. [21:12:08] <_av500_> that could be some random one-off ducati bild
  745. [21:12:09] <_av500_> build
  746. [21:12:30] <_av500_> nook is ducati 1.5?
  747. [21:12:53] <chrmhoffmann> some android gingerbread version. ddk 1.7.
  748. [21:13:37] <chrmhoffmann> _av500_, basically we started porting ICS and we have kernel and stuff booting. so ducati would be very nice :)
  749. [21:14:00] <chrmhoffmann> but it sits on our lcd pwm :)
  750. [21:21:54] <chrmhoffmann> it's not exactly clear to me what is opensource here and what not.
  751. [21:22:06] <chrmhoffmann> the sysbios-rpmsg is also on omapzoom.
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  755. [21:27:29] <asdf_> ls
  756. [21:27:58] <asdf_> Hello
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  774. [21:59:58] <netman87> any tips? its now little bit too racist http://netman87.kapsi.fi/facedetect_orig.jpg http://netman87.kapsi.fi/facedetect.jpg http://netman87.kapsi.fi/facedetect.cpp
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  781. [22:08:11] <ynezz> cvSetBreiwikMode(false);
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  784. [22:09:38] <flowd> so can help me with ubuntu 11.10 install pls? :(
  785. [22:10:11] <_av500_> follow the instructions
  786. [22:11:25] <flowd> i do, several times, but when xserver starts and basic configuration begins, xserver restarts and im in an basic configuartion loop :(
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  788. [22:12:24] <flowd> in daily i can't install ros and 11.04 pandaboard does not boot..
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  790. [22:14:16] <netman87> ynezz: google didnt found that command, what it does?
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  793. [22:21:20] <prpplague> flowd: please ask in #ubuntu-arm
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  795. [22:22:07] <flowd> ok, thx^^
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  798. [22:28:05] <jpinones> hi
  799. [22:28:40] <jpinones> can somebody point me to the Time command that calls the MAKE -J4 command and tells me build time at the end of the process? Thanks.
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  801. [22:32:25] <mru> -> time make -j4
  802. [22:39:28] <netman87> he did want MAKE isntead of make
  803. [22:39:48] <netman87> me trolls me go somewhere else
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  807. [22:54:40] <chrmhoffmann> _av500_, thx for all explanations. I got disconnected.
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  811. [22:55:23] <marcusbarnet> hi
  812. [22:55:35] <marcusbarnet> i'd like to ask some information about the shutdown of pandaboard
  813. [22:55:47] <marcusbarnet> is there someone?
  814. [22:56:10] <_av500_> no
  815. [22:56:21] <_av500_> we are closed until 8am UGT
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  818. [22:56:38] <marcusbarnet> really :)
  819. [22:56:57] * _av500_ has a beer in his hand
  820. [22:57:49] <marcusbarnet> :)
  821. [22:57:51] <marcusbarnet> damn :)
  822. [22:58:32] <_av500_> anyway, there is not much "shutdown"
  823. [22:58:56] <_av500_> just pull the plug
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  828. [23:02:48] <marcusbarnet> the problem is that i'm using the pandaboard to move a mobile robot..
  829. [23:03:13] <marcusbarnet> the operator should press a button to power on the system which runs on the pandaboard.. and then press again the button to shutdown it
  830. [23:03:32] <_av500_> then you need external hardware
  831. [23:03:37] <_av500_> around the panda
  832. [23:03:39] <marcusbarnet> yep
  833. [23:03:54] <marcusbarnet> but i do not know where to connect the external hardware
  834. [23:04:06] <_av500_> at the DC-in connector
  835. [23:04:15] <_av500_> you switch the power
  836. [23:04:22] <_av500_> quite simple
  837. [23:04:29] <_av500_> use a pic or so
  838. [23:04:43] <_av500_> some tiny microcontroller
  839. [23:04:48] <marcusbarnet> yes, but i run ubuntu on the pandaboard, if i simply shutdown the power, the operating system should be damaged
  840. [23:05:01] <_av500_> well, be creative
  841. [23:05:10] <_av500_> tell ubuntu you are shutting down
  842. [23:05:19] <_av500_> and let ubuntu tell you that it is done
  843. [23:05:47] <_av500_> but was that not your homework :)
  844. [23:05:56] <marcusbarnet> yes, but how.. i'm thinking to connect the switch at the atmel board which i'm using for the low I/O.. then i send the shutdown information to the pandaboard via USB
  845. [23:06:05] <_av500_> usb?
  846. [23:06:17] <_av500_> for a simple yes/no signal?
  847. [23:06:30] <_av500_> the moon lander did not have usb
  848. [23:07:04] <marcusbarnet> at the moment, i'm using usb usb to share data between pandaboard and the controller (like motor and sensors information)
  849. [23:07:15] <marcusbarnet> so i can use the usb even for the shutdown information
  850. [23:07:20] <_av500_> well, you can use usb too if you ha ve that
  851. [23:07:25] <_av500_> already
  852. [23:07:35] <marcusbarnet> otherwise, can i use JTAG connector?
  853. [23:11:07] <_av500_> you can use what you want
  854. [23:11:24] <_av500_> even jtag to write "shutdown" directly into the bash comandline
  855. [23:12:54] <marcusbarnet> mmh.. i think i can't use the same switch to power on and power off the pandaboard
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  858. [23:14:57] <marcusbarnet> to power on the pandaboard, i have to plug the power but to shutdown it i have to send a specific signal because i can't just disconnect it from the power.. so ii have to use two different switches..
  859. [23:14:58] <marcusbarnet> :S
  860. [23:15:24] <_av500_> not sure what you mean
  861. [23:16:02] <marcusbarnet> i try to explain you better
  862. [23:16:03] <_av500_> you make your atmel control power to the panda
  863. [23:16:15] <_av500_> to power it on, you just power it
  864. [23:16:22] <_av500_> to power it off, you tell it to shutdown
  865. [23:16:30] <_av500_> and once its done with that, you cut the power
  866. [23:17:11] <marcusbarnet> so you mean: i first power on the atmel which use (for example) a transistor to connect the pandaboard to the battery in order to power up it..
  867. [23:17:26] <_av500_> leave the atmel on all the time if needed
  868. [23:17:29] <_av500_> or use a msp430
  869. [23:17:37] <_av500_> these can run ages on a battery
  870. [23:18:05] <_av500_> transistor probably not
  871. [23:18:11] <_av500_> but some FET based switch
  872. [23:18:17] <_av500_> that can switch 2-3A
  873. [23:18:24] <marcusbarnet> a mosfet?
  874. [23:19:06] <marcusbarnet> i'm going to power the pandaboard with a 3.5A/5V voltage regulator connected to a 12V, 7.5Ah battery
  875. [23:20:14] <marcusbarnet> the problem with this solution is that arduino has to always be powerup.. or as you said, i can use a msp430 to manage the poweron/poweroff
  876. [23:21:25] <_av500_> well, i guess there are low power atmels too
  877. [23:22:37] <marcusbarnet> the problem is that my atmel comsumption is high because it uses a lots of sensors which are always on.. i can control the poweron/off switch with another microcontroller.. i do not know
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  879. [23:23:52] <_av500_> well, you can make the atmel kill its own power too
  880. [23:24:00] <_av500_> you dont need a micro to hold a switch in ON
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  882. [23:25:42] <marcusbarnet> well, atmel can kill its power after having sended the shutdown info to pandaboard.. isn't it?
  883. [23:26:11] <_av500_> sure
  884. [23:26:16] <_av500_> its all sw
  885. [23:26:19] <_av500_> and a bit of hw
  886. [23:26:26] <_av500_> this is not rocket surgery
  887. [23:27:09] <marcusbarnet> ok :) thanks a lot :)
  888. [23:27:32] <marcusbarnet> you really helped me
  889. [23:27:50] <_av500_> I want 10%
  890. [23:28:02] <marcusbarnet> damn :(
  891. [23:28:06] <marcusbarnet> 5% ?
  892. [23:28:10] <_av500_> deal
  893. [23:28:24] <marcusbarnet> great! i'm in
  894. [23:28:40] <_av500_> i'll have my lawyers contact yours
  895. [23:29:36] <marcusbarnet> do you have good lawyers? i do not :( mine are not so good
  896. [23:29:43] <marcusbarnet> (and this is good for you)
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  899. [23:33:27] <marcusbarnet> i have to leave now.. thanks again for your help
  900. [23:33:31] <marcusbarnet> have a nice day
  901. [23:34:45] <chrmhoffmann> uoRxAvo1tgVfySVxvVsHwpFNnnwV5n1D
  902. [23:34:52] <chrmhoffmann> soory
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  904. [23:36:31] <_av500_> noo prooblem
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  910. [23:46:47] <mru> did someone forget to turn on c++ symbol demangling?

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