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IRC Log for 2012-03-16

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  1. [09:20:25] * PandaLgBot (~PircBot@teddy.pandaboard.org) has joined #pandaboard
  2. [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'
  3. [09:20:25] * Set by orbarron!~orb@nat/ti/x-ztoqabxrceydslsj on Mon Jun 06 15:00:29 UTC 2011
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  6. [09:40:40] <ookhoi> hello guys, girls
  7. [09:40:51] <Defiant> Anyone seen a girl here?
  8. [09:41:25] <ookhoi> I'm trying the DRM_OMAP driver in STAGING in the linux-3.3-rc7 kernel, but I can't seem to get the kernel to detect the displays
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  10. [09:41:54] <ookhoi> @Defiant, not sure, just didn't want to step on ones toe
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  12. [09:42:50] <ookhoi> the only thing I see in dmesg is: "[drm] Initialized drm 1.1.0 20060810"
  13. [09:43:06] <ookhoi> does anyone has experience with DRM_OMAP on the pandaboard?
  14. [09:47:41] <av500> robclark: ^^^^
  15. [09:58:10] <ookhoi> owh well, displaylink works just fine
  16. [09:58:13] <ookhoi> take care all
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  23. [10:29:01] <heeen> I followed the ubuntu guide for sgx acceleration
  24. [10:29:09] <heeen> but I don't see any pvr module at all
  25. [10:29:17] <heeen> some pvr usb stuff
  26. [10:29:39] <heeen> in the process of installing those omap4 extras it changed my kernel to a TI kernel
  27. [10:29:45] <heeen> http://omappedia.org/wiki/PandaBoard_Ubuntu_PPA
  28. [10:30:52] <ogra_> which ubuntu release ?
  29. [10:31:07] <av500> carmic ozelot
  30. [10:31:19] <av500> or hairy furball
  31. [10:31:23] <heeen> oneiric
  32. [10:31:27] <av500> close
  33. [10:31:35] <ogra_> also thats not the ubuntu guide, the ubuntu guide is "use the official images, click the TI icon, reboot, be done"
  34. [10:31:52] <heeen> I added it from the commandline
  35. [10:31:54] <ogra_> (there is an icon with TI logo on the desktop)
  36. [10:32:11] <ogra_> (wehich uses the *right* PPA)
  37. [10:32:17] <heeen> sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tiomap-dev/release
  38. [10:32:18] <av500> 2012, the year of the TI logo on the linux desktop
  39. [10:32:22] <ogra_> haha
  40. [10:32:28] <heeen> so which is the right ppa
  41. [10:32:41] <ogra_> the one the TI logo uses :P
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  43. [10:32:52] <heeen> can you find out
  44. [10:32:59] <av500> strings ti.ico | less
  45. [10:33:02] <ogra_> (same url but the "release" PPa instead of "trunk")
  46. [10:33:44] <heeen> cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/tiomap-dev-release-oneiric.list
  47. [10:33:46] <heeen> deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/tiomap-dev/release/ubuntu oneiric main
  48. [10:33:56] <heeen> so is this right or not?
  49. [10:34:12] <ogra_> looks ok
  50. [10:34:48] <ogra_> so install the right metapackage, wait for dkms to do its duty, reboot and you should be in business
  51. [10:35:15] <heeen> I installed ubuntu-omap4-extras
  52. [10:35:27] <ogra_> sounds right
  53. [10:36:02] <heeen> pvr-omap4-dkms is already the newest version.
  54. [10:36:17] <heeen> there is no pvr anywhere in /lib/modules
  55. [10:37:02] <heeen> http://pastebin.mozilla.org/1522005
  56. [10:37:04] <ogra_> well, was it compiled ?
  57. [10:37:10] <ogra_> and did you reboot afterwards
  58. [10:37:23] <heeen> I rebooted
  59. [10:37:31] <heeen> I did not do any manual compiling
  60. [10:37:34] * ogra_ has no clue how manual fiddling might interfere with dkms, i know the desktop variant works fine)
  61. [10:37:46] <ogra_> you dont do any *manual* compiling
  62. [10:37:55] <ogra_> dkms does it automatically on package install
  63. [10:38:29] <heeen> that omap4-extras metapackage toke a while, asked me if I okayed to changing the kernel and some TI license mumbo jumbo
  64. [10:38:44] <heeen> installed a lot of crap including icon sets (!?)
  65. [10:39:06] <heeen> I certainly didn't see any compiler output scrolling by
  66. [10:39:07] <ogra_> weird, it surely doesnt do that when using the desktop icon
  67. [10:39:27] <ogra_> and thats the variant that gets heavily tested before release
  68. [10:39:52] <ogra_> though that indeed doesnt guarantee that TI didnt change the PPA contents and we dont test it much after release
  69. [10:40:37] <heeen> can you provide the output of lsmod on a working pandaboard with egl
  70. [10:41:12] <ogra_> i dont have one running atm and all my installs are headless 12.04 here
  71. [10:41:48] <ogra_> (for which we dont have any egl armhf drivers yet)
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  81. [12:04:34] <zgreg> I'm trying to set the video mode on linaro android 12.02, but it looks like whatever I set for omapfb.mode in the kernel options, doesn't matter
  82. [12:04:55] <zgreg> what's up with that?
  83. [12:05:50] <ogra_> where did you get that option from ?
  84. [12:05:59] <zgreg> I always get "omapfb: cannot parse default modes"
  85. [12:06:06] <zgreg> TI's wiki, I think
  86. [12:06:20] <ogra_> for panda ?
  87. [12:06:27] <zgreg> yes
  88. [12:07:12] * ogra_ only knows omapfb.hdmimode and friends for pandas, i thought omapfb.mode wasnt supported
  89. [12:07:20] <ogra_> i might be wrong though, never used it
  90. [12:07:43] * ogra_ has the luck to only have working monitors around
  91. [12:08:00] <mru> zgreg: which output are you using?
  92. [12:08:18] <zgreg> HDMI
  93. [12:08:35] <mru> then it should in theory just work without any options
  94. [12:08:43] <mru> what monitor are you using?
  95. [12:09:05] <zgreg> ogra_: I'm not quite sure about that either. there's so much information about this stuff on the web, but much of it is outdated, it seems
  96. [12:09:21] <zgreg> mru: it's one of those lilliput 7" displays
  97. [12:09:40] <zgreg> it can be configured to HDMI and DVI modes
  98. [12:10:28] <zgreg> mru: it works, but it always uses a ridiculuously high resolution, 1080p. Ideally I want to use the native resolution of the panel.
  99. [12:10:54] <mru> oh, I see
  100. [12:11:09] <mru> those monitors accept 1080p input, which can be useful of course
  101. [12:11:49] <zgreg> the native resolution is only 800x480 pixels (IIRC), so 1080p definitely is way overkill :)
  102. [12:11:57] <mru> yeah
  103. [12:12:14] <mru> it depends on what you're doing though
  104. [12:12:20] <zgreg> I used the syntax according to http://omappedia.org/wiki/Bootargs_for_enabling_display#DSS_specific_bootargs
  105. [12:12:23] <mru> sometimes it's useful for troubleshooting
  106. [12:13:25] <zgreg> I read somewhere that's outdated, though, and nowadays you should be using a "video=somethingsomething" parameter. not sure if that is true, and I don't want to hunt it down in the kernel...
  107. [12:13:32] <zgreg> I'm using kernel 3.2, by the way
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  109. [12:13:53] <pvr> Hi, I have a question, I am trying to boot the pandaboard with the arch linux image. Are 2 partitions on a SD card always in /dev/mmcblk0p1 & p2 ?
  110. [12:13:56] <sri_> hi
  111. [12:14:11] <mru> omapfb.mode=dvi:<mode> works with 3.2 on beagle
  112. [12:14:15] <sri_> i need some help..
  113. [12:14:56] <zgreg> and what should <mode> look like?
  114. [12:15:17] <LetoThe2nd> sri_: don't ask to ask, jsut ask. ask precisely, and include all necessary details :)
  115. [12:15:31] <sri_> i am trying to delete a files in a directory using command rm -f * but it is saying like toomany arguments error..
  116. [12:16:39] <mru> zgreg: as in that wiki page, believe it or not
  117. [12:16:53] <sri_> i am seeing error like this:
  118. [12:16:55] <sri_> root@lc-9:/disk/vol1> rm -f * -bash: /bin/rm: Argument list too long
  119. [12:16:59] <zgreg> hmm, ok. I'll try again.
  120. [12:17:39] <sri_> the directory has more than around 30000 to 50000 files..
  121. [12:18:19] <LetoThe2nd> sri_: then the bash globbing expands probably to more than your maximum commandline length is. delete them in chunks.
  122. [12:18:35] <sri_> how to do that..
  123. [12:18:39] <mru> find . -delete
  124. [12:19:07] <LetoThe2nd> oO( still waits dor the pandaboard reveance, though )
  125. [12:19:36] <zgreg> sri_: xargs is another option
  126. [12:20:05] <sri_> tell me the command to delete the files ..
  127. [12:20:17] <mru> I already did
  128. [12:20:19] <zgreg> it's always useful when you have lots of arguments
  129. [12:20:33] <mru> be careful with xargs though
  130. [12:20:53] <mru> if you have funny characters like spaces in the filenames
  131. [12:21:04] <zgreg> -print0?
  132. [12:21:16] <mru> that implies you're using gnu find
  133. [12:21:26] <mru> in which case you're better off with the -delete argument
  134. [12:21:36] <zgreg> that's only supported by gnu find? damn.
  135. [12:21:53] <zgreg> if you're only going to delete files, sure
  136. [12:22:09] <zgreg> sri_: so use the command
  137. [12:22:31] <LetoThe2nd> or just delete the directory itself ;)
  138. [12:22:34] <ogra_> just delete the dir and recreate it afterwards ;)
  139. [12:22:39] <ogra_> LOL !
  140. [12:22:46] * ogra_ high fives LetoThe2nd
  141. [12:22:52] * LetoThe2nd high fives
  142. [12:23:00] <zgreg> or if it is a file system, reformat
  143. [12:23:19] * ScriptFanix (vincent@Hanaman.riquer.fr) Quit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
  144. [12:23:27] <sri_> i want to delete files only..
  145. [12:23:29] <zgreg> it looks like /disk/vol1 is a separate file system
  146. [12:23:39] <sri_> yeah..
  147. [12:23:49] <zgreg> sri_: why?
  148. [12:23:50] <LetoThe2nd> sri_: you've been told everything necessary by now. go ahead.
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  150. [12:28:28] <av500> 800x480 is no hdmi mode
  151. [12:28:35] <av500> I doubt the hdmi port can output that
  152. [12:29:30] <LetoThe2nd> s/800x480/384000/
  153. [12:29:32] <pvr> Hi, would the pandaboard output anything on the serial, hdmi or dvi ports without an SD card isnerted?
  154. [12:29:37] <pvr> to check if it works...
  155. [12:29:44] <LetoThe2nd> pwcerainly no.
  156. [12:29:44] <av500> no
  157. [12:29:54] <pvr> Ok
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  159. [12:30:24] <av500> it might show "PC load letter"
  160. [12:30:36] * LetoThe2nd notes for himself: "next time you have troubles understanding bash globbing, ask #pandaboard"
  161. [12:30:38] <pvr> It just shows no cable attached...
  162. [12:30:46] <zgreg> av500: but I'm configuring it to use DVI mode, at leas I'm trying to. also, aren't almost arbitrary modes possible? they might not be standardized, but should be configurable.
  163. [12:30:52] <pvr> I'm trying to boot the arch linux image, but I get aboslutely nothing on either... is the second SD partition always mmcblk0p2 ?
  164. [12:30:55] <av500> on the DVI port, yes
  165. [12:31:08] <av500> are you sure the liliput even accepts 400x480?
  166. [12:31:30] <LetoThe2nd> pvr: for verification that your panda is ok, better use ubuntu (server) first. it comes with a known good partitioning scheme ;)
  167. [12:31:52] <av500> hda1 and hda2?
  168. [12:31:53] <pvr> Ok.
  169. [12:32:15] <LetoThe2nd> av500: kind of.
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  171. [12:32:43] <LetoThe2nd> oO( hda3 = hda(1+2) = hda1 + hda2? )
  172. [12:32:45] <av500> there is always "fdisk /mbr" if you have boot trouble
  173. [12:32:57] <av500> and defrag.exe
  174. [12:33:25] <zgreg> av500: I think it worked with some random android build I checked out a while ago
  175. [12:33:35] <ogra_> defrag.exe ? wont work on the liliput ...
  176. [12:33:41] <zgreg> anyway, shouldn't the framebuffer driver ignore EDID?
  177. [12:33:47] <ogra_> no
  178. [12:33:49] <zgreg> at least if I set a mode manually
  179. [12:34:03] <ogra_> it should actually read it and pick the best available mode it supports
  180. [12:34:24] <zgreg> best as in highest resolution mode supported?
  181. [12:34:33] <av500> yes
  182. [12:34:38] <av500> well, depends
  183. [12:34:52] <ogra_> highest res *itself* supports
  184. [12:34:54] <av500> I should pick the "native" res if possible
  185. [12:34:56] <zgreg> it does, but the lilliput reports to support 1080p, which is quite a bit too much
  186. [12:35:07] <zgreg> the native resolution is 800x480
  187. [12:35:15] <av500> does it report that in edid?
  188. [12:35:27] <zgreg> I think it does, let me check
  189. [12:35:40] <av500> and does the driver honour that?
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  192. [12:38:06] <zgreg> the kernel only dumps the EDID in binary form, can't make any sense of that. but I assume any standard HDMI mode should work
  193. [12:38:18] <av500> 800x480 is not std hdmi
  194. [12:38:25] <av500> 640x480 is
  195. [12:38:33] <av500> its even mandatory
  196. [12:43:38] <mru> my panda is autoselecting 720p with a lilliput 7" monitor
  197. [12:44:21] <zgreg> http://pastebin.com/MEX6KfLC
  198. [12:44:32] <zgreg> I'm always getting this, no matter what I try
  199. [12:44:50] <zgreg> and after that, it falls back to 1080p
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  202. [12:54:58] <tomba> zgreg: I think ubuntu's edid-decode or read-edid packages contain tools to convert binary edid to human readable text
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  233. [14:27:52] <danboid> I'm looking for a panda 11.10 armel kernel package that has ALSA sequencer support or a guide to recompiling such a kernel for Panda?
  234. [14:29:45] <danboid> Some in Linaro told me this prob has been fixed but I'd need to wait for the next package sync
  235. [14:29:53] <danboid> Someone, sorry
  236. [14:30:41] <av500> #linaro
  237. [14:31:10] <danboid> av500, Just tried askig in there and got no response
  238. [14:32:18] <brax> danboid: try again l8r
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  243. [14:49:11] <prp> Hello, I had ubuntu running normally on the pandaboard. I followed how to setup a console at http://omappedia.org/wiki/PandaBoard_Ubuntu_How-tos and I did it by connecting the sd card to a pc directly. I didnt have write permission but i modified the file with sudo. Now, when pandaboard boots up, the monitor detects a signal but it just displays all black. I changed the file back to the original contect but the permissions might not
  244. [14:49:52] <prp> through serial port, i can stop autoboot and get a console but not sure how to fix this
  245. [14:50:58] <brax> prp: what file you are talking about?
  246. [14:51:26] <prp> this one /etc/init/tty2.conf
  247. [14:51:56] <brax> do you have a backup of the old file? e.g. /etc/init/tty2.conf~
  248. [14:52:10] <prp> before i just put # infront of the lines
  249. [14:52:36] <prp> now, i removed the lines from how to webpage, and removed the # from the original lines
  250. [14:52:52] <brax> prp: i see, and what happens?`
  251. [14:53:14] * ogra_ wonders why people dont follow ubuntu documentation
  252. [14:53:30] <prp> the samething.In the serial terminal i see up to Entry Point: 00000000 Verifying Checksum ... OK Loading Kernel Image ... OK OK
  253. [14:53:39] <av500> ogra_: did anybody ever read windows documentation?
  254. [14:53:47] <prp> Err: serial Net: No ethernet found. Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0 Panda # ls Unknown command 'ls' - try 'help'
  255. [14:53:56] <ogra_> av500, no idea, but there is a pretty good serial howto on the ubuntu wiki
  256. [14:54:19] <ogra_> so instead of hacking (and breaking) upstart configs one would have a proper reference :P
  257. [14:54:53] <brax> prp: don't interrupt the boot process over the console
  258. [14:55:25] <prp> if i dont interrupt, the monitor just detects an all black signal
  259. [14:55:50] <LetoThe2nd> prp: well you interrupt it in the bootloader. there's no modifying files from there, and no unix shell...
  260. [14:56:16] <LetoThe2nd> prp: guess you better just remove the card and change the file back at your dev machine :)
  261. [14:56:27] <prp> i meant yeah i interrupted it couple times, but i booted it 20 times in last 30 minutes
  262. [14:56:49] <ogra_> yeah, just properly undo what you broke
  263. [14:57:00] <prp> i changed it back in dev machine, but i dont know if using sudo to modify the file screwed up permissions
  264. [14:57:14] <brax> prp: normally not
  265. [14:57:38] <brax> plug the sd card in, let it boot (dont press buttons :P) and tell us the last console output
  266. [14:57:43] <prp> Do I have to reinstall ubuntu or do i have any other option?
  267. [14:57:58] <brax> prp: see my last comment
  268. [14:58:08] <prp> U-Boot SPL 2011.09-rc2 (Oct 06 2011 - 17:56:54) Texas Instruments OMAP4430 ES2.1 OMAP SD/MMC: 0 reading u-boot.img reading u-boot.bin mkimage signature not found - ih
  269. [14:58:14] <av500> pastebin!
  270. [14:58:23] <prp> hold on pastebinning
  271. [14:59:08] <brax> prp: yeah please stop flooding the channel with outputs
  272. [14:59:22] <prp> http://pastebin.com/zcb25YBC
  273. [14:59:42] <av500> yes, and?
  274. [14:59:52] <av500> ah, console
  275. [15:00:09] <av500> what is in your boot.scr?
  276. [15:00:10] <prp> huh?
  277. [15:00:22] <brax> prp: so, it boots the kernel, thats all good
  278. [15:00:31] <prp> the default boot.scr i didnt change it
  279. [15:00:42] <av500> so what did you change?
  280. [15:00:47] <prp> i only changed /etc/init/tty2.conf but i changed it back
  281. [15:00:58] <av500> that wont give you kernel logs
  282. [15:02:07] <prp> i dont know why there is nothing coming on the display
  283. [15:02:18] <av500> display?
  284. [15:02:33] <prp> it used to work(hdmi output for ubuntu) before i first changed the tty2.conf
  285. [15:02:48] <ogra_> /etc/init/tty2.conf only affects tty2 nothing else
  286. [15:02:55] <av500> yeah
  287. [15:03:14] <prp> can i have blown some sort of circuitry by touching it?
  288. [15:03:16] <ogra_> breaking it would at most spill an upstart error during boot but not harm anything
  289. [15:03:47] <ogra_> did you unplug the hdmi wire inbetween and plugged back into the wrong port ?
  290. [15:04:29] <brax> prp: why don't you just try flashing a fresh image to your SD card?
  291. [15:04:30] <prp> i tried it to borth borts. dvi-d the monitor no signal window roams around. hdmi - the nosignal window roams around until the kernel boots
  292. [15:04:39] <prp> both ports*
  293. [15:05:41] <prp> i only have one 32 gb sd card. it took a long while to install ubuntu and long while to install omap tools. that is my last option if i cant get this working in 1 or 2 hours
  294. [15:06:26] <prp> i thought it would be something trivial
  295. [15:07:11] <ogra_> have you tried to just remove the tty2.conf file ?
  296. [15:07:16] <prp> no
  297. [15:07:21] <av500> too obvious
  298. [15:07:36] <ogra_> in case it contains something that really upsets the boot (which as i said is close to impossible, but you never know)
  299. [15:07:46] <ogra_> just rm it
  300. [15:07:52] <prp> ok
  301. [15:12:02] <prp> i removed it. I got the same output in the serial port console but still no output on the panda monitor
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  303. [15:12:55] <ogra_> why would you expect the serial output to change ?
  304. [15:13:10] <prp> i thought serial output wouldnt come since i removed the file
  305. [15:13:15] * ogra_ guesses you edited more than just the file to get to this state
  306. [15:13:17] <brax> prp: do you have login prompt at the serial console?
  307. [15:13:29] <ogra_> for serial output you need to create a proper serial config
  308. [15:13:47] <prp> brax, i didnt interrupt, so its at Uncompressing Linux... done, booting the kernel.
  309. [15:13:49] <ogra_> for which you best follow the ubuntu serial howto from the ubuntu wiki
  310. [15:14:41] <ogra_> you must have touched other stuff to get to this state, just messing up tty2.conf cant cause such issues
  311. [15:14:42] <brax> prp: seems you are doomed, reconfigure the serial console properly and then take care of the graphic output issue
  312. [15:14:44] * dragondgold (~andres-nt@190.246.157.110) has joined #pandaboard
  313. [15:14:47] <prp> this section works fine How to: read output from PandaBoard over a serial port
  314. [15:15:00] <prp> this section doesnt work How to: set up a console
  315. [15:15:06] <brax> prp: or reinstall a clean panda image on your SD
  316. [15:15:43] <ogra_> prp, again (third time now) next time follow the ubuntu documentation instead of using a third party page
  317. [15:15:55] <prp> which ubuntu documentation
  318. [15:16:03] <ogra_> in any case modifying tty2.conf cant have caused any issues
  319. [15:16:11] <ogra_> google is your friend
  320. [15:16:23] <prp> it got me to the ommapedia page
  321. [15:16:27] <ogra_> google for ubuntu serial howto
  322. [15:16:46] <ogra_> use the distros docs which are maintained properly
  323. [15:16:58] <ogra_> instead of some third party howto
  324. [15:17:26] <prp> i am gonna reflash ubuntu
  325. [15:17:34] <ogra_> anyway, fix what you broke ... it cant have been the tty2.conf change
  326. [15:17:43] <ogra_> so fix the other changes you did
  327. [15:17:57] <prp> didnt do any other changes. not sure if hardware is faulty
  328. [15:18:08] <prp> i dont know how to test if hardware is faulty except to reflash
  329. [15:18:19] <XorA> prpplague: I think its all your fault :-D
  330. [15:19:54] <brax> prp: did you run a ckfs on the sd card?
  331. [15:20:28] <brax> prp: my advice is to grap a 4gb/8gb debug sd card and install some fresh panda image on it
  332. [15:21:03] <ogra_> XorA, at least if he told people to change tty2.conf
  333. [15:21:16] <ogra_> to get a serial console :)
  334. [15:21:33] <XorA> ogra_: unrelated :-D
  335. [15:21:40] <ogra_> heh
  336. [15:21:45] <prp> how do i use ckfs
  337. [15:21:48] <XorA> prpplague: I tried my first linemans splice, I think you posted about them on g+
  338. [15:24:47] * brax thinks that prp does not know how to use google
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  340. [15:25:03] <prp> https://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=ckfs
  341. [15:25:44] <prp> fsck?
  342. [15:26:19] <brax> ^ yup
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  344. [15:39:18] <dragondgold> I have a doubt, correct me please, i cannot connect and LVDS LCD to DSI interface in PandaBoard right ? I have to use Parallel to LVDS or DSI to LVDS translator right ?
  345. [15:39:36] <av500> yes
  346. [15:39:41] <av500> panda has no LVDS output
  347. [15:41:52] <dragondgold> ok thanks you :) if i connect my LVDS LCD whit LVDS serializer/deserializer to PandaBoard parallel output (J1-J4) i should directly see the image or i have to write a driver ?
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  349. [15:44:33] <prp> reinstalled pandaboard and i get output on the display again
  350. [15:44:39] <prp> reinstalled ubuntu*
  351. [15:44:59] <ogra_> dont break it again ;)
  352. [15:45:08] <brax> prp: see, this was way easier
  353. [15:45:33] <prp> i suppose so
  354. [15:45:55] <brax> damn these effin modelines kill me
  355. [15:46:20] <av500> dragondgold: you will at least have to tell the kernel what resolution to output
  356. [15:46:26] <av500> and your panel timings
  357. [15:46:48] <brax> don't speak about panel timings, that sucks
  358. [15:47:15] <dragondgold> ok i will investigate about that thanks you very much :)
  359. [15:47:34] <brax> there must be some serious bugs in dss or pvr driver is not compatible to xrandr or something
  360. [15:47:55] <brax> setting timings in userspace is a damn PITA
  361. [15:48:26] <brax> (at least that's what I am experiencing these days)
  362. [15:48:49] <prpplague> dragondgold: there are several lvds boards available
  363. [15:49:04] <prpplague> dragondgold: one from tincantools will be available mid part of next week
  364. [15:49:18] <prpplague> dragondgold: reference schematics are available for many of the boards
  365. [15:55:59] <tomba> brax: no bugs in dss, must be pvr
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  368. [16:05:15] <dragondgold> prpplague: could you give me any board name whit schematics ? I only found this for PandaBoard: http://www.chalk-elec.com/?page_id=1280#ecwid:category=0&mode=product&product=8201426
  369. [16:05:34] <av500> [16:49:04] <prpplague> dragondgold: one from tincantools will be available mid part of next week
  370. [16:05:42] <av500> wait one week
  371. [16:06:13] <prpplague> dragondgold: http://elinux.org/Animal_LVDS_Board
  372. [16:06:29] <prpplague> dragondgold: the chalk-elect has schematic available as well
  373. [16:06:43] <dragondgold> ok i wil see that prpplague and will wait one week too see the other board :)
  374. [16:07:01] <prpplague> dragondgold: http://tincantools.com/product.php?productid=16158&cat=0&page=1&featured
  375. [16:08:17] <dragondgold> thanks you :)
  376. [16:08:37] <av500> prpplague: does it work with the raspberry-pi too?
  377. [16:08:45] <av500> since that is the most popular board ever
  378. [16:08:49] <dragondgold> i cannot use the LVDS display i want ? only certain displays will work ?
  379. [16:09:29] <av500> which one do you want?
  380. [16:10:00] <prpplague> dragondgold: TCT can not test with every display, it is generic lvds and it _should_ work with basically anything that uses single channel lvds, but we have a list we have tested with
  381. [16:10:26] <prpplague> dragondgold: if you have one that you would like to use and have a datasheet, i'd be happy to check it out
  382. [16:10:46] <dragondgold> http://www.deaking.cn/uploadfile/EJ080NA-04B.pdf
  383. [16:10:56] <dragondgold> that is the one i want to use :)
  384. [16:14:04] * Growly (~Growly@60-242-30-247.static.tpgi.com.au) Quit ()
  385. [16:14:10] <prpplague> dragondgold: looks usable, but you'd have to make your own interface cable
  386. [16:14:40] <dragondgold> from LVDS output to LCD right ?
  387. [16:15:35] * amarsman (~marsman@90-145-17-249.wxdsl.nl) Quit (Quit: amarsman)
  388. [16:17:40] <prpplague> dragondgold: correct
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  390. [16:19:07] <dragondgold> ok that wont be a problem thanks you :)
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  392. [16:20:53] <danboid> Looks like I've got to do a re-install so does anyone know if the pvr driver works under precise armhf yet?
  393. [16:21:01] <av500> nope
  394. [16:21:08] <ogra_> danboid, no
  395. [16:21:25] <ogra_> the kernel fixes apparently were uploaded 5 min ago though
  396. [16:21:29] * av500 waits for armvhf
  397. [16:21:34] <ogra_> with luck its there mid next week then
  398. [16:21:42] <ogra_> av500, not armuhf ?
  399. [16:22:18] <danboid> ogra_, thats good to hear!
  400. [16:23:06] <danboid> ogra_, You think it'll be in the precise repos by next week?
  401. [16:23:21] * prpplague (~danders@192.94.92.14) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
  402. [16:23:41] <ogra_> danboid, depends how fast rsalveti peddles :)
  403. [16:23:48] <ogra_> he rolls the driver packages
  404. [16:24:10] <danboid> I see
  405. [16:24:43] * danboid wonders where his kindly dev cattle-prod is hiding? ;)
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  409. [16:26:10] <danboid> So is 'how to compile a panda kernel' a matter of national security or am I worrying about nothing and/or being dumb?
  410. [16:26:26] <av500> all of the above
  411. [16:26:34] <danboid> :)
  412. [16:27:27] <prp> should i not install omap4 addons?
  413. [16:27:45] <danboid> The lack of response on this tells me its not going to be straightforward
  414. [16:28:08] <prpplague> danboid: the lack of response should tell you that it is so easy that it doesn't warrant a response
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  416. [16:28:23] <prpplague> danboid: there are literally thousands of howto docs on cross compiling a kernel
  417. [16:28:32] <av500> or that people who know have been "taken care of"
  418. [16:28:39] <prpplague> hehe
  419. [16:28:47] <danboid> prpplague, kernel config options?
  420. [16:28:59] <prpplague> danboid: google?
  421. [16:29:04] <prpplague> danboid: pandaboard.org?
  422. [16:29:08] <prpplague> danboid: omapedia.org?
  423. [16:29:11] <prpplague> danboid: elinux.org?
  424. [16:29:38] <ogra_> erm, /boot in your installation
  425. [16:29:44] <prpplague> danboid: http://elinux.org/PandaBoard#How_To.27s
  426. [16:29:46] <danboid> prpplague, Been to all those sites and nearest I found was a guide on how to install a kernel - no kernel configs
  427. [16:30:08] <prpplague> danboid: if you read the instructions it explains the kernel configs
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  429. [16:33:03] <danboid> prpplague, OK thanks for think. Would you recommend a 3.2.x kernel?
  430. [16:33:13] <danboid> thanks for the link
  431. [16:34:16] <prpplague> danboid: all depends on what you are doing
  432. [16:34:16] <danboid> av500, Which kernel would you recommend?
  433. [16:34:24] <prpplague> danboid: right kernel for the right job
  434. [16:35:01] <danboid> prpplague, I want to pvr driver to work well for one
  435. [16:35:52] * prpplague never uses the pvr so has no advise on that
  436. [16:35:56] <danboid> prpplague, I'll be using my panda as a lightweight desktop machine mainly
  437. [16:36:07] <danboid> multimedia stuff
  438. [16:36:19] <prpplague> danboid: trying asking the ubuntu guys then
  439. [16:36:27] <prpplague> danboid: maybe over in #ubuntu-arm
  440. [16:38:21] <av500> danboid: android kernel :)
  441. [16:39:00] <av500> danboid: if you want working sgx, atm sadly ubuntu seems the best bet
  442. [16:45:44] <zgreg> cross-compiling a kerne is really easy, in fact
  443. [16:45:53] <zgreg> compared to other software, at least :)
  444. [16:46:53] <danboid> zgreg, Thats nice to hear as I've never cross-compiled anything
  445. [16:47:45] <av500> cross-dressed?
  446. [16:47:51] <av500> cross-eyed at least?
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  449. [17:01:06] <danboid> av500, I didn't get round to trying ducati under linaro 12.02 yet - have people had problems with that or OGLES under Linaro?
  450. [17:01:14] <av500> i haz no idea
  451. [17:01:21] <av500> ducati works fine under ICS :)
  452. [17:01:33] <av500> especially my handtweaked version
  453. [17:02:39] <danboid> I don't know of any apps for ICS save Chrome and a terminal emulator that I might want to run
  454. [17:02:59] <av500> there's Connectbot for you :)
  455. [17:03:23] <danboid> Yeah I've got that on my phone already
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  459. [17:18:10] <prp> does anyone know how to install minicom on pandaboard. I tried sudo apt-get install minicom but it says E: unable to locate package minicom. I enabled all software sources and restarted but it still doesnt work
  460. [17:18:13] * XorA (~XorA@188-220-34-37.zone11.bethere.co.uk) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
  461. [17:18:32] <av500> -> #ubuntu-arm
  462. [17:19:27] <prp> where do i add it, the url, do i maje ut http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu-arm?
  463. [17:19:33] <prp> make it*
  464. [17:19:48] <av500> type: /join #ubuntu-arm
  465. [17:19:54] <prp> oh
  466. [17:19:59] <av500> in your IRC client
  467. [17:20:08] <av500> this will install the ubuntu-arm channel
  468. [17:20:27] <av500> you can uninstall it with /leave
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  470. [17:20:46] <siam> hi there
  471. [17:20:56] <siam> anyone can help me?
  472. [17:21:05] <siam> we got a problem flashing linaro android...
  473. [17:21:17] <siam> :line disc installation timed out [ 504.545135] (stk) :ldisc_install = 0 [ 505.644042] (stk) :ldisc_install = 1
  474. [17:21:26] <siam> any ideas?
  475. [17:21:30] <av500> -> #linaro
  476. [17:22:02] <siam> hi av500...
  477. [17:22:44] <siam> we got a problem flashing #linaro android...
  478. [17:23:07] <av500> yes, ask in #linaro
  479. [17:23:21] <av500> type: /join #linaro
  480. [17:23:39] <siam> thanks a lot
  481. [17:23:48] <av500> np
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  494. [17:59:07] <lodestar> hi guys
  495. [17:59:16] <lodestar> I bought panda board
  496. [18:00:12] <lodestar> I would like to learn driver developing and user space program lingking with it
  497. [18:00:32] <lodestar> let me know what should be steps for me
  498. [18:01:39] * prpplague bangs head on desk
  499. [18:01:41] <lodestar> I need to install toolchain
  500. [18:02:16] <prpplague> lodestar: http://elinux.org/PandaBoard#How_To.27s
  501. [18:02:34] <lodestar> is there any one who can gimme a link for toolchain dowload and install
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  503. [18:04:22] <prpplague> lodestar: http://elinux.org/PandaBoard#How_To.27s
  504. [18:05:00] <lodestar> ok, thanks prpplague
  505. [18:07:10] <prpplague> mru: where ya been lately?
  506. [18:07:58] <NishanthMenon> lodestar, also read http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=4&sqi=2&ved=0CEoQFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Flwn.net%2FKernel%2FLDD3%2F&ei=cIFjT5mBIuP_sQLem52cCw&usg=AFQjCNFVlCx5-t3vASdKnlYv5oDPzxmc7w
  507. [18:08:13] <NishanthMenon> sorry, lodestar : https://lwn.net/Kernel/LDD3/
  508. [18:10:25] <NishanthMenon> prpplague, updated the HOWTO wiki as well
  509. [18:11:38] <lodestar> thank so much NishanthMenon
  510. [18:11:50] <NishanthMenon> lodestar, np.
  511. [18:11:52] * prpplague adds a new "recommended reading" section
  512. [18:13:48] <haltdef> I've found gentoo's crossdev to be incredibly useful
  513. [18:14:45] <prpplague> lodestar: http://elinux.org/PandaBoard#Recommended_Reading_Material
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  515. [18:17:01] <prp> Where can i buy the male and female headers for the expansion slot? is is what they are called?
  516. [18:17:08] <prp> is it*
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  518. [18:21:01] <jayabharath> robclark: ping
  519. [18:21:12] <robclark> jayabharath, pong
  520. [18:21:13] <prp> also, to connect to the serial port from a rs232 port to the expansion port, do i only connect j3pin6 uart4_tx and j3pin8 uart4_rxtx to one of the 9 holes of rs232? or do i also have to connect vio and gnd?
  521. [18:21:57] <Kevin`> prp: connecting the usual pc +-12v serial to the 1.8v cpu io won't be good for the cpu
  522. [18:22:35] <prpplague> prp: the uart on the expansion header is not at RS-232 levels
  523. [18:22:41] <Kevin`> oh, pandaboard has one it's own level converter chip, nevermind
  524. [18:22:45] <prp> didnt realize that
  525. [18:22:52] <Kevin`> (at least for the proper serial port)
  526. [18:22:58] <prpplague> prp: http://elinux.org/BeagleBoardPinMux#Connectors
  527. [18:23:29] <prpplague> prp: have a look at the zippy or zippy2 schematics for reference information on converting 1.8V TTL uart to RS-232
  528. [18:23:41] <prp> thanks
  529. [18:23:59] <prpplague> Kevin`: proper RS-232
  530. [18:24:13] <Kevin`> if you are connecting to a computer the easiest thing to do is to get a usb-serial cable WITHOUT the transceiver that can operate directly at 1.8-5v
  531. [18:24:46] <dragondgold> Is there any Android 4 full working whit bluetooth, ICS, wifi and 1080p video ?
  532. [18:25:13] <prp> currently i am using a usb to serial adapter and a serial cable, but i dont know what voltages they are running at
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  534. [18:25:41] <prpplague> prp: are you trying to connect to the DB9 or to the uart on the expansion header?
  535. [18:26:39] <prp> i am going to connect pandaboard to another microcontroller through the uart ports to send commands. But I just wanted to be able to debug by connecting the expansion port to rs232 since i dont have the smaller microcontroller ready yet
  536. [18:27:56] <Kevin`> prp: why are you using the uart instead of spi (or i2c or 1-wire or ..)? you could eliminate the need for an accurate clock crystal with the latter
  537. [18:28:16] <prpplague> prp: ok, then you can do one of two things, you can wire up a RS-232 driver on the expansion header and use a s standard usb->RS-232 , or you can use a usb->uart adapter that supports 1.8V operations
  538. [18:28:52] <prpplague> Kevin`: most likely he is using an arduino or other avr which has easier support for code operations via uart
  539. [18:29:10] <prp> cypress
  540. [18:29:34] <prpplague> prp: ahh
  541. [18:29:52] <prp> with uart, thought i can just do fwrite(/dev/ttys0) be done with it
  542. [18:29:57] <prpplague> prp: either way you have some wiring that has to be done
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  544. [18:30:45] <prp> i suppose, when i debug, i can change my serial port for uart4 to tty2
  545. [18:31:09] <prp> from uart4 to tty2*
  546. [18:32:04] <prp> when i am using a microcontroller, i can change the code to talk to uart4_rx and tx, and when i am debugging, i can change the code to talk to tty2 rs232 port, interchangeably right?
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  548. [18:33:43] <prp1> did anyone reply in last min, i seem to have lost connection
  549. [18:34:22] <Kevin`> nope
  550. [18:34:29] <prp1> for this question, when i am using a microcontroller, i can change the code to talk to uart4_rx and tx, and when i am debugging, i can change the code to talk to tty2 rs232 port, interchangeably right?
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  552. [18:34:43] <Kevin`> linux
  553. [18:34:50] <Kevin`> linux can use both serial ports, yes
  554. [18:34:55] <Kevin`> i'm not sure what the question is
  555. [18:35:04] <Kevin`> are you sure you need to use two seperate connections though?
  556. [18:35:36] <prp1> one for production, one for debug
  557. [18:35:59] <prp1> because a pc can talk to rs232 easily, and the microcontroller can talk to uart easily
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  560. [18:38:11] <prp1> how do i figure out which tty# is uart4, do i just have to write to each tty# and observe oscilloscope for a disturbance?
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  563. [18:38:29] <AlvarezTomas> Hi everyone
  564. [18:39:09] * mentis (~mentis@193-mo6-8.acn.waw.pl) has joined #pandaboard
  565. [18:39:22] <mentis> hi there
  566. [18:39:37] <mentis> anybody?
  567. [18:39:39] <mentis> :D
  568. [18:39:56] <AlvarezTomas> I am looking for the same mentis LOL
  569. [18:40:09] <mentis> lol
  570. [18:40:17] <mentis> maybe we could help each other
  571. [18:40:23] <mentis> what do u look for ?
  572. [18:40:23] <AlvarezTomas> Let's try
  573. [18:40:39] <AlvarezTomas> Ok I will explain
  574. [18:40:48] <AlvarezTomas> My english is BAD HAHA
  575. [18:40:55] <mentis> im looking for an ultimate guide how to port ics to pandaboard es ;)
  576. [18:41:03] <mentis> do your best
  577. [18:41:11] <AlvarezTomas> Oooh... I can't help you in that
  578. [18:41:18] <mentis> no worries
  579. [18:41:40] <AlvarezTomas> Well
  580. [18:41:43] <AlvarezTomas> I will try to explain
  581. [18:42:14] <AlvarezTomas> I putted the last prebuilt image in a SD
  582. [18:42:25] <AlvarezTomas> Well
  583. [18:42:28] <AlvarezTomas> When I boot it
  584. [18:42:28] <mentis> ok
  585. [18:42:41] <AlvarezTomas> I use minicom to look the boot
  586. [18:42:46] <Kevin`> what's an ics
  587. [18:42:47] <mentis> it didnt work ?
  588. [18:43:04] <AlvarezTomas> And in other monitor I see the ANDROID logo as in a phone
  589. [18:43:27] <mentis> Kevin`: Ice Cream Sandwitch
  590. [18:43:28] <AlvarezTomas> It boots, but in the serial console it keeps showing an error concerned to dhcpd_ip6ntl0
  591. [18:43:49] <mentis> mhmm
  592. [18:43:50] <AlvarezTomas> And the ANDROID logo stays there.. for ever, with his animation hahaha
  593. [18:43:53] <mentis> but no luncher ?
  594. [18:43:59] <mentis> ok
  595. [18:44:03] <mentis> i had the same thing....
  596. [18:44:25] <mentis> it turns out that latest linaro prebuild the 12.2 is broken...
  597. [18:44:42] <mentis> it laks or ipv6 support or bt support
  598. [18:44:56] <mentis> however
  599. [18:44:57] <AlvarezTomas> Mmmh I can try to use an old one
  600. [18:45:04] <mentis> the 12.1 works well :)
  601. [18:45:06] <mentis> but
  602. [18:45:15] <mentis> you have to have the graphics drivers ;)
  603. [18:45:58] <AlvarezTomas> If I don't have the graphics drivers.. i will see forever the logo and nothing more?
  604. [18:46:18] <mentis> not exactly
  605. [18:46:34] <mentis> on 12.1 you launcher should 'load'
  606. [18:46:46] <mentis> i mean 'load' by show and crash ;)
  607. [18:47:20] <mentis> look
  608. [18:47:21] <mentis> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/pandaboard/dM270PVXwVs
  609. [18:47:44] <AlvarezTomas> Oooh I will love you AHAHA
  610. [18:47:44] <mentis> you need SGX binaries
  611. [18:47:46] <mentis> :)
  612. [18:47:57] <mentis> i figured this out yesterday xD
  613. [18:48:11] <mentis> and my ics is working on pandaboard es :)
  614. [18:48:24] <AlvarezTomas> And you have support for OpenMax?
  615. [18:48:33] <mentis> ?
  616. [18:48:42] <AlvarezTomas> The DSP Bridge
  617. [18:48:58] <mentis> i dont know
  618. [18:49:06] <mentis> how to chec that?
  619. [18:49:09] <AlvarezTomas> In order to get the acceleration
  620. [18:49:16] <mentis> oh
  621. [18:49:19] <AlvarezTomas> In fact.. I don't know
  622. [18:49:23] <mentis> i think it is accelerated
  623. [18:49:38] * |uen| is now known as uen
  624. [18:49:51] <AlvarezTomas> But using the DSP Bridge you free the main 2 cores of hardworking
  625. [18:50:26] <mentis> I have no idea m8 sry ;)
  626. [18:50:56] <AlvarezTomas> Oh ok ok
  627. [18:51:00] <mentis> audio doesnt work
  628. [18:51:08] <AlvarezTomas> Hey, you were really kind
  629. [18:51:36] <mentis> np :) hope it will work for u too :)
  630. [18:52:22] <mentis> its saad when you bought the board for 180usd and then it turns out it doesnt work ;P
  631. [18:52:25] <AlvarezTomas> Maybe, if you like you can add me to Twitter if you want
  632. [18:52:43] <AlvarezTomas> It ?? working right now with a Fedora
  633. [18:53:05] <mentis> yeah ;) i ported gentoo before
  634. [18:53:18] <mentis> but.. its not the same :D
  635. [18:54:00] <AlvarezTomas> But we try the Android to have the DSP Access in-built
  636. [18:54:42] <AlvarezTomas> Trying to add it (patching and recompiling the kernel, and the libraries) was a really pain in the ass
  637. [18:54:56] <_av500_> AlvarezTomas: did you try ICS from AOSP?
  638. [18:55:09] <_av500_> or the linaro build?
  639. [18:55:17] <mentis> linaro
  640. [18:55:21] <mentis> me2
  641. [18:55:35] <AlvarezTomas> I am using the linaro build
  642. [18:55:47] <AlvarezTomas> But, as mentis tell me.. I have to add the SGX graphs support
  643. [18:55:52] <_av500_> well, there is #linaro and #linaro-android
  644. [18:56:09] <_av500_> the people over there should be able to help out
  645. [18:56:15] <AlvarezTomas> I suppose that the prebuilt of linaro-android has the DPS Bridge access trough OpenMAX
  646. [18:56:18] <mentis> yess but now since linaro worked i want AOSP ;)
  647. [18:56:59] <mentis> what do u mean by dsp bridge ? are u sure omap4460 has sth like that ?
  648. [18:57:01] <prp1> In the expansion port, which hole is 1, and which hole is 28? there are pictures but no labels
  649. [18:57:03] <mentis> http://www.ti.com/general/docs/wtbu/wtbuproductcontent.tsp?templateId=6123&navigationId=12843&contentId=53243
  650. [18:57:41] <mentis> there is integrated powervr sgx540, thats all
  651. [18:58:00] <AlvarezTomas> I am taling about this http://www.ti.com/general/docs/wtbu/wtbuproductcontent.tsp?templateId=6123&navigationId=12843&contentId=53243
  652. [18:58:24] <mentis> yes me 2
  653. [18:58:43] <AlvarezTomas> I want to decode video without using the 2 ARM cores
  654. [18:59:16] <AlvarezTomas> using an ffmpeg which uses OpenMAX library, in order (i think) to talk to the specific hardware in the Panda
  655. [18:59:28] <mentis> oh i see
  656. [18:59:42] <mentis> Programmable DSP provides flexibility for future codecs VTC 1080p30
  657. [18:59:48] <mentis> this is what you want
  658. [18:59:52] <mentis> cool
  659. [19:00:15] <_av500_> its not the dsp
  660. [19:00:20] <_av500_> its the ibavd
  661. [19:00:23] <_av500_> ivahd
  662. [19:01:18] <mentis> _av500_ do u have android and panda?
  663. [19:01:30] <mentis> android on panda* ?
  664. [19:01:38] <AlvarezTomas> You are right _av5dd
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  666. [19:03:06] <prpplague> prp1: pin one is marked with a square pad
  667. [19:03:29] <prp1> and does it go horizontally, or vertically?
  668. [19:04:56] <prp1> like, is the top row 1,3,5,7.... or 1,2,3,4?
  669. [19:05:31] <mentis> usually it was 1,2,3,4 ,... row by row...
  670. [19:06:44] <prp1> in freescale k60, it was odds in one row, and evens in another row. In beagle i think its sequential, not sure though
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  673. [19:08:11] <mentis> 0_o
  674. [19:08:56] <prp1> http://pandaboard.org/sites/default/files/board_reference/pandaboard-a/panda-a-manual.pdf page 42 is the closest reference i can find
  675. [19:09:40] <prp1> found it
  676. [19:09:48] <prp1> in schematics
  677. [19:09:56] <prp1> evens on one row, odds on another row
  678. [19:10:09] <prp1> in page 13 of 14
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  680. [19:11:07] <prp1> mentis, http://pandaboard.org/sites/default/files/board_reference/pandaboard-a/panda-a-schematic.pdf
  681. [19:12:38] <mentis> prp1, did you build android from sources - or used already built?
  682. [19:13:01] <prp1> i am using ubuntu
  683. [19:13:22] <prp1> i was gonna use android but the lack of drivers turned me away
  684. [19:14:27] <mentis> ok
  685. [19:14:42] <mentis> damn dalvik ;)
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  689. [19:23:17] <AlvarezTomas> Mentis.. you there?
  690. [19:23:53] <mentis> yep
  691. [19:24:41] <mentis> i was about to go and play mw3... but ... oh well im gonna try linaro 12.3 snapshot
  692. [19:28:00] <AlvarezTomas> Hey mentis
  693. [19:28:08] <AlvarezTomas> It's working!
  694. [19:28:12] <mentis> ;)
  695. [19:28:20] <AlvarezTomas> I have one quesion more, Can I?
  696. [19:28:51] <prpplague> prp1: even numbers are on one side, odd are on the other
  697. [19:29:04] <prpplague> prp1: exactly as they are shown in the schematic
  698. [19:29:30] <mentis> shoot
  699. [19:29:34] <AlvarezTomas> Ok, thanks
  700. [19:29:35] <prpplague> prp1: lack of drivers?
  701. [19:30:01] <AlvarezTomas> If I want to add, I don't know.. somehing like Gcc or mine software developed in C
  702. [19:30:02] <prpplague> prp1: ICS builds have fully support for sgx
  703. [19:30:05] <AlvarezTomas> What I have to do?
  704. [19:30:50] <mentis> oh...
  705. [19:30:59] <AlvarezTomas> Use NDK?
  706. [19:31:04] <mentis> for that you need NDK
  707. [19:31:05] <AlvarezTomas> O something to talk to Dalvik
  708. [19:31:05] <mentis> yes
  709. [19:31:11] <AlvarezTomas> Ooh no :(
  710. [19:31:21] <AlvarezTomas> Haha ok ok
  711. [19:31:23] <mentis> dalvik is above drivers as far as i remeber
  712. [19:31:35] <AlvarezTomas> You are right, is the Java Machine
  713. [19:31:39] <AlvarezTomas> As fas as I know
  714. [19:31:40] <mentis> so u talk to dalvik if u need drivers
  715. [19:35:28] <AlvarezTomas> Hey mentis
  716. [19:35:34] <AlvarezTomas> You were really kind
  717. [19:35:53] <AlvarezTomas> I have to go now
  718. [19:36:12] <AlvarezTomas> I will be back here, probably
  719. [19:36:14] <AlvarezTomas> Many thanks!
  720. [19:36:15] <AlvarezTomas> Bye
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  775. [23:17:27] <GrueMaster> Hey, anyone from TI (or pandaboard in general) that knows where the current pandaboard validation image lives? https://gforge.ti.com/gf/download/frsrelease/643/5076/validation-19102011.img is MIA.
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  778. [23:19:11] <prpplague> GrueMaster: i think gforge was doing some maintenance this afternoon
  779. [23:19:23] * prpplague checks
  780. [23:19:28] <GrueMaster> Ah, that might explain it.
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  783. [23:21:56] <prpplague> GrueMaster: yea appears to be down
  784. [23:22:10] <GrueMaster> Ok, thanks.
  785. [23:23:17] <prpplague> GrueMaster: let me see if i have a local copy
  786. [23:23:58] <prpplague> GrueMaster: sorry i don't have a local copy
  787. [23:24:16] <GrueMaster> NP. It can wait til Monday, I'm sure.
  788. [23:24:53] <prpplague> GrueMaster: :)
  789. [23:25:02] <GrueMaster> Problem is with Precise, but I am unable to reproduce the issue here. Just trying to eliminate all possible issues.
  790. [23:25:12] <prpplague> GrueMaster: ahh ok
  791. [23:25:31] <prpplague> GrueMaster: you can build up an angstrom console image pretty quick on narcissis
  792. [23:26:14] <GrueMaster> Nothing personal, but I prefer using ubuntu. You understand. :P
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  794. [23:27:04] <prpplague> GrueMaster: yea, just saying the validation image is a angstrom console image
  795. [23:27:13] <prpplague> GrueMaster: so if you need to test....
  796. [23:27:19] <GrueMaster> Ah, ok. Makes sense.
  797. [23:27:53] <GrueMaster> Is it a simple roll and flash, or does it require killing kittens like other distro's?
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  799. [23:29:02] <prpplague> GrueMaster: pretty straight forward
  800. [23:29:28] <prpplague> GrueMaster: either way, i'll make sure the validation image is functional on monday
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  802. [23:29:45] <GrueMaster> Ok, thanks.
  803. [23:30:00] * prpplague grumbles at the thought of reloading his ubuntu desktop over the weekend
  804. [23:30:50] * prpplague googles for info on removing unity on recent ubuntu releases
  805. [23:32:30] <_av500_> burn it with fire
  806. [23:33:21] <prpplague> game over man, game over man
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  811. [23:56:19] <fmaker> Hi I'm frank from California, just a got a pandaboard, yay!
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  813. [23:57:20] <Kevin`> lol
  814. [23:57:29] <pvr> lol
  815. [23:57:35] <pvr> Hi fmaker
  816. [23:57:43] <Kevin`> I want one of those pandaboard things
  817. [23:57:57] <prpplague> fmaker: hello fmaker, you'll get your chit after you are sober for 1 week
  818. [23:58:00] <pvr> my boss just dropped one on my desk this morning too :)
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  820. [23:59:46] <fmaker> pvr, what have you booted?

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