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  15. [00:58:32] <MrCurious_> definate video artifacts after installing omap4 extras
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  30. [01:52:43] <prpplague> av500: ping
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  46. [03:13:39] <djszapi> Hi! I guess it is not possible to feed the pandaboard with power via an usb cable from my laptop ? As in, I need an 5 V power supply either way, don't I ?
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  48. [03:14:32] <prpplague> djszapi: yes it is possible
  49. [03:14:53] <prpplague> djszapi: however most usb ports only provide 500mA and the panda generally needs 1000mA for base operations
  50. [03:15:19] <djszapi> prpplague: then how is it possible ? :o
  51. [03:15:19] <prpplague> djszapi: you would need to use a dual host port cable similar to what is used for external cd rom drives for laptops
  52. [03:15:39] <djszapi> I do not have such a cable.
  53. [03:15:52] <djszapi> I bet, it is simpler to just get a power supply instead.
  54. [03:16:18] <djszapi> especially since I do not have free usb capacity on my laptop, not even speaking of two.
  55. [03:16:24] <prpplague> djszapi: http://www.amazon.com/Connectland-CL-CAB20042-5-Pin-Power-Cable/dp/B002N2EL6C
  56. [03:19:40] <djszapi> what is the "most common" power supply for this board, if any ?
  57. [03:20:06] <prpplague> djszapi: they are listed on the resources page at pandaboard.org
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  68. [04:22:35] <oneman> djszapi, I am using a battery to power my board with good success
  69. [04:23:28] <oneman> its called an anker astro2
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  73. [04:45:35] <djszapiN9> Hey. Does Qt work on pandaboard ?
  74. [04:45:53] <ron_frown> why wouldnt i
  75. [04:45:55] <ron_frown> it
  76. [04:46:44] <djszapiN9> because it is not a lightweight fw.
  77. [04:47:21] <ron_frown> I run some qt apps on my galaxy nexus
  78. [04:47:27] <ron_frown> runs pretty damn fast
  79. [04:57:50] <djszapiN9> galaxy nexus != panda
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  82. [05:09:12] <dm8tbr> djszapiN9: think for a second. it runs on the N9, which is an OMAP3630. The pandaboard dons an OMAP4430 or 4460 (in case of ES)...
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  85. [05:12:00] <dm8tbr> also this is basically an PandaboardES, just as a fancy product ;) - http://sagestechblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/booting-nemo-on-galaxy-nexus-i9250.html
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  87. [05:12:18] <HcE> QT should work fine, you'll struggle a bit getting the SGX GLES driver stuck into it, but when you do, it'll be blazing fast (quote from #linux-omap)
  88. [05:13:00] <djszapiN9> I do not need gles
  89. [05:13:07] <HcE> approach is similar to the N9, you'll just have to get newer GFX drivers
  90. [05:13:20] <HcE> nobody needs it, but you know you want it down the line ;)
  91. [05:13:35] <djszapiN9> why would I ?
  92. [05:13:45] <HcE> faster rendring
  93. [05:13:52] <djszapiN9> I am only about a controller app (cli)
  94. [05:14:12] <HcE> I said GLES, but also think about the optimization for OMAP4 in general
  95. [05:14:30] <HcE> e.g. use of display sub system, SGX, etc.
  96. [05:14:39] <djszapiN9> no need for gles in my case.
  97. [05:14:56] <HcE> okay, then the software renderer should suite you perfectly
  98. [05:15:10] <HcE> remember to enable neon (hard floats) when configuring Qt
  99. [05:15:33] <dm8tbr> do you even need the computing horse-power then? you might as well go with a beaglebone instead
  100. [05:16:13] <djszapiN9> HcE, thing is, I do not wanna build qy myself.
  101. [05:16:19] <djszapiN9> qt*
  102. [05:16:34] <dm8tbr> install angstrom, bliss
  103. [05:16:41] <djszapiN9> i kinda hoped for available packages under ubuntu working oob.
  104. [05:16:48] <dm8tbr> http://narcissus.angstrom-distribution.org/
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  106. [05:21:08] <HcE> djszapiN9: can't see it in the pool for qt, but I might be looking at the wrong Ubuntu mirror
  107. [05:22:01] <HcE> djszapiN9: I've both built Qt myself, and installed it through my distos package system. It isn't that difficult to cross-compile. Although, neven on a Pandaboard.
  108. [05:22:07] <HcE> s/neven/never/
  109. [05:22:30] <djszapiN9> so just theoritically saying...
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  129. [06:14:22] <djszapi> HcE: thanks either way. I have just picked up a usb hub
  130. [06:14:29] <djszapi> trying to feed the board from USB.
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  135. [06:23:17] <_av500_> feed the panda from a power supply
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  138. [06:23:42] <djszapi> I cannot do that without a power supply.
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  141. [06:31:18] <djszapi> ok I found some power supplies around:
  142. [06:31:19] <djszapi> 1) http://www.actualc.com/web_v2/actual_search_single.asp?ref=KSAFC0500200W1EU
  143. [06:31:33] <_av500_> djszapi: use the power supply that came with your usb hub
  144. [06:31:41] <_av500_> most likely its 5V 2A
  145. [06:31:57] <djszapi> _av500_: I got only a usb hub :)
  146. [06:33:05] <djszapi> 2) http://www.ebay.com/itm/Axis-PS-H-model-SA110D-05-Switching-Adapter-/150493333955
  147. [06:33:21] <djszapi> (it is actually not okay)
  148. [06:34:18] <djszapi> 3) http://www.pcliquidations.com/p7710-cisco-systems-adp-12gb
  149. [06:34:21] <djszapi> Can I use any of them for sure ?
  150. [06:34:45] <djszapi> as for me, as a layman, 1) and 3) seem to be okay.
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  157. [06:43:36] <_av500_> 2) should be ok too
  158. [06:44:12] <_av500_> http://www.ebay.com/itm/AC-100V-240V-to-DC-5V-2A-Power-Adaptor-Convert-Supply-US-/160687265436
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  160. [06:45:09] <_av500_> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Elpac-WRI2011-AC-Adapter-Power-Supply-20-Watts-5V-4A-/330430485403
  161. [06:45:12] <_av500_> etc
  162. [06:45:15] <_av500_> so many on ebay
  163. [06:45:40] <XorA> morning
  164. [06:45:48] <djszapi> _av500_: ok, I have used the first one.
  165. [06:48:10] <djszapi> so the most common development usage is the minicom way for acting on the device ?
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  167. [06:48:38] <djszapi> also, what is the build environment for things you use ? Is there something like scratchbox for Harmattan, or chroot back then at meego times ?
  168. [06:48:39] <_av500_> minicom is a to see the serial console
  169. [06:48:51] <_av500_> djszapi: ubuntu wants you to compile native
  170. [06:48:56] <_av500_> angstrom is a cross build
  171. [06:48:59] <_av500_> as ia android
  172. [06:49:02] <_av500_> as is*
  173. [06:49:13] <_av500_> you are free to scratchbuild
  174. [06:49:50] <djszapi> _av500_: so I should build the stuff on the device if I select ubuntu underneath ?
  175. [06:50:11] <_av500_> well, the point of a large distro like ubuntu is that you should be able to apt get most of what you need
  176. [06:50:24] <_av500_> then build your hello world on top of thta :)
  177. [06:50:31] <djszapi> all I need is qtcore.
  178. [06:50:45] <_av500_> i guess ubuntu has that
  179. [06:50:47] <djszapi> then I will port qtserialport to that
  180. [06:50:48] <_av500_> no idea
  181. [06:50:52] <djszapi> and then the controller cli daemon.
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  184. [07:02:10] <djszapi> which ubuntu image do you recommend ? http://www.omappedia.org/wiki/Prebuilt_ubuntu_binaries
  185. [07:02:47] <djszapi> perhaps this one ? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/OMAPHeadlessInstall
  186. [07:03:03] <dm8tbr> ask in #ubuntu-arm if you need ubuntu support
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  192. [07:12:19] <djszapi> so the minimal-fs is mostly meant for testing ?
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  196. [07:16:08] <_av500_> yes
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  198. [07:24:50] <djszapi> okay, I have disassemblied a usb pendriva
  199. [07:25:02] <djszapi> pendrive*, hope its stuff is okay into the pandaboard as sd card
  200. [07:25:18] <djszapi> hmm not. :/
  201. [07:25:22] <dm8tbr> WTF?
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  204. [07:33:38] <haltdef> wat
  205. [07:35:14] <LetoThe2nd> m??in pardners
  206. [07:35:48] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: you're trying to boot from the usb stick? will not work ;)
  207. [07:36:15] * LetoThe2nd should make a trigger for "will not work", given the fact how often i seem to need it in the last few days
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  209. [07:37:59] <djszapi> LetoThe2nd: I had a left-over usb pendrive
  210. [07:38:03] <djszapi> so I got the chip out
  211. [07:38:18] <djszapi> but micro sd is apparently not good. Anyway, luckily enough I found one sd card in the storage room. :)
  212. [07:38:30] * LetoThe2nd doubts seriously that it will work, though.
  213. [07:38:40] <djszapi> Kingston 4 GB. I think that should be fine.
  214. [07:38:50] <LetoThe2nd> without modification, the panda will only boot from sd, and NOT usb
  215. [07:39:23] <LetoThe2nd> (and i don't know if there is an easy mod for usb.)
  216. [07:40:00] <haltdef> I just whacked the bootloader on the smallest SD I could find
  217. [07:40:08] <haltdef> 32MB is too small to be useful anywhere else :P
  218. [07:40:22] <LetoThe2nd> that will work :)
  219. [07:40:33] * djszapi is going for Ubuntu Core
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  221. [07:40:49] <haltdef> I could never get that working properly
  222. [07:40:49] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: don't do it, it's rather unsupported.
  223. [07:40:57] <haltdef> that's probably why
  224. [07:41:15] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: better use a standard version first, and then debootstrap from there in a second step.
  225. [07:41:15] <haltdef> I managed to get a working server-type install of debian armhf bootstrapped though
  226. [07:41:43] <haltdef> even got wifi working .. gave up on accelerated X11 pretty fast though
  227. [07:42:41] <LetoThe2nd> running off sd debootstrapping onto usb, and then just switch root over... should be relatively easy. and will give the cleanest ubuntu to start from, then.
  228. [07:43:04] <LetoThe2nd> someone should write a guide for that *duckncover*
  229. [07:43:19] <Defiant> LetoThe2nd: Better a video guide
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  231. [07:43:55] <djszapi> LetoThe2nd: I am unsure whether 4 GB is enough for a full ubuntu
  232. [07:44:06] <XorA> LetoThe2nd: doesnt the ubuntu kernel use initramfs anyway so it should handle it if its told SD is /boot and usb is /
  233. [07:44:26] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: it is enough. easily.
  234. [07:44:30] <djszapi> good
  235. [07:44:48] <djszapi> Also, I am unsure how to put an fs without an sdcard "reader" onto this.
  236. [07:44:51] <LetoThe2nd> XorA: it should. hence, switching root should be easy after the debootstrap
  237. [07:44:56] <vstehle> djszapi: there are packages for precise armhf in this PPA: https://launchpad.net/~tiomap-dev/+archive/omap-trunk/+packages?field.name_filter=&field.status_filter=published&field.series_filter=precise you might want to give them a try :)
  238. [07:45:17] <XorA> LetoThe2nd: would be much more reliable than u-boot USB anyway
  239. [07:45:18] <djszapi> or is there something on pandaboard why it is worth connecting to it via the serial port ?
  240. [07:45:28] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: thats easy. not at all. you need the ability to read/write sd cards besides your pandaboard.
  241. [07:46:14] <djszapi> vstehle: do you recommend any of them ?
  242. [07:46:26] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: the serial interface is there for... well, a serial console.
  243. [07:46:44] <djszapi> yes, of course.
  244. [07:46:58] <haltdef> serial console is *essential* if you're building up your own rootfs
  245. [07:47:22] <djszapi> that is what I said.
  246. [07:47:29] <djszapi> and then I got a reply "no not all".
  247. [07:47:36] <djszapi> so waiting for the alternative then...
  248. [07:48:01] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: the "not at all" was on how to get data onto the sd card.
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  250. [07:48:24] * XorA wonders if ubuntu is fixed yet to not totally die if you use serial port
  251. [07:48:31] <djszapi> well, obviously not via the slow X baudrate...
  252. [07:48:44] <djszapi> that would only mean I have a minicom interface to the pandaboard...
  253. [07:51:10] <LetoThe2nd> XorA: well my ubuntu always worked using the serial port
  254. [07:51:44] <djszapi> interesting, nothing behind minicom appearing after powering up the pandaboard panel.
  255. [07:51:50] * djszapi goes read some wiki
  256. [07:51:58] <XorA> LetoThe2nd: mine did when I used debootstap, but the "official" one always blew up if you booted with console=ttyS0, plymouth couldnt handle it
  257. [07:52:03] <haltdef> baud rate of 115200?
  258. [07:52:17] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: well what do you expect without a properly prepared sd card?
  259. [07:52:46] <LetoThe2nd> XorA: interesting.
  260. [07:52:51] <XorA> not that I ever liked plymouth anyway, I like to see my error messages :-D
  261. [07:52:53] <djszapi> LetoThe2nd: anything
  262. [07:53:03] <djszapi> LetoThe2nd: there are board where there is a small terminal by default
  263. [07:53:09] <djszapi> boards*
  264. [07:53:13] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: wrong. the correct answer is "nothing"
  265. [07:53:14] <XorA> nothing worse than a black screen for an hour as fsck progresses :-D
  266. [07:53:21] <vstehle> djszapi: for SGX support pvr-omap4*, for X11 EXA xf86-video-omap (which will use SGX in turn)
  267. [07:53:25] <djszapi> LetoThe2nd: wrong, correct answer is anything.
  268. [07:53:34] <djszapi> without knowing the pandaboard, and experimenting.
  269. [07:53:56] <djszapi> vstehle: isn't sgx for graphics ?
  270. [07:53:59] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: if you wonder why, then finally look up the manual, and try to find the rom memory where you thought the bootloader might reside and give you "anything"
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  272. [07:56:07] <djszapi> hmm, I do not have DVI nor HDMI cable :/
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  274. [07:59:24] <haltdef> why not :o
  275. [08:00:05] <vstehle> djszapi: SGX == 3D accelerator
  276. [08:00:38] <vstehle> djszapi: X11 EXA is 2D
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  278. [08:01:00] <djszapi> vstehle: exactly, so I do not need it.
  279. [08:01:14] <djszapi> haltdef: because nobody bought one yet
  280. [08:01:34] <haltdef> can't borrow one from a nearby tv+stb? :P
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  283. [08:01:51] <haltdef> as for dvi, your pc doesn't use it?
  284. [08:01:54] <djszapi> I think I used TV a decade ago
  285. [08:01:58] <vstehle> djszapi: I thought you were after X11 acceleration ?
  286. [08:02:04] <djszapi> vstehle: nope.
  287. [08:02:14] <vstehle> oh. my mistake then :)
  288. [08:02:21] <djszapi> haltdef: vga
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  292. [08:05:37] <haltdef> old school
  293. [08:05:53] <djszapi> who cares, if works xD
  294. [08:06:06] <haltdef> it just doesn't for my monitor
  295. [08:06:15] <haltdef> native resolution is higher than VGA's max supported
  296. [08:06:20] <djszapi> I thought I said /I/ have vga.
  297. [08:06:48] <haltdef> just making conversation, calm down
  298. [08:07:29] * djszapi ponders what ubuntu version others use: http://omappedia.org/wiki/Prebuilt_ubuntu_binaries
  299. [08:07:36] * kholk is now known as kholk`away
  300. [08:08:10] <XorA> djszapi: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM
  301. [08:08:40] <haltdef> iirc 12.04 won't behave as well as 11.10 because the omap drivers aren't complete for it yet
  302. [08:08:42] <XorA> ubuntu guys wont deal with you unless you use official info from Ubuntu wiki
  303. [08:08:44] <haltdef> that may have changed
  304. [08:10:55] <djszapi> XorA: will read, thanks.
  305. [08:11:37] <XorA> that statement sounds harsher than I meant, they are afterall nice guys with good taste in beer
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  307. [08:12:27] <faLUCE> hi all. does pandaboard support usb 3.0 ?
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  309. [08:14:56] <LetoThe2nd> faLUCE: no.
  310. [08:15:21] <faLUCE> LetoThe2nd: are there plans for that?
  311. [08:15:45] <LetoThe2nd> faLUCE: not for the pandaboard as you know it, and even then not yet official.
  312. [08:15:48] <av500> LetoThe2nd: there are usb sticks that are in fact microsd cards
  313. [08:15:55] <av500> see g+ post
  314. [08:17:44] <LetoThe2nd> av500: even then the panda won't boot from it without a sd-microsd adapter
  315. [08:18:23] <av500> solder a few wires
  316. [08:19:03] <LetoThe2nd> -> hardware modification. just like i said :)
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  319. [08:20:01] <LetoThe2nd> though of course given the assumption that microsd cards now count as usb sticks, you can relatively easy make the panda boot off such an "usb stick", i'll grant that :)
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  362. [10:26:13] <codinho> guys, is there any opensource opengl es 2.0 benchmark?
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  364. [10:26:58] <mru> there's always quake
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  383. [11:15:07] <djszapi> XorA: do you recommend the "Oneiric Ocelot (11.10) - Desktop image" ?
  384. [11:16:30] <XorA> djszapi: last time I ran ubuntu on my panda was 10.10, I dont use my panda as a mini desktop more as a debugging device so I tend to use Angstrom!
  385. [11:16:45] <XorA> and I never even run X11
  386. [11:17:45] <djszapi> I would not need X11 either.
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  388. [11:18:35] <LetoThe2nd> djszapi: if you are on an ES you are limited to 11.10 and later anyway. pick ther server version, then you have a smaller, cleaner install which offers a serial console.
  389. [11:18:36] <XorA> server image then
  390. [11:19:29] * XorA has yet to persuade ogra_ that the XorA-image is a good plan :-D
  391. [11:21:54] <djszapi> LetoThe2nd: I am not.
  392. [11:23:17] <ogra_> XorA, an angstrom build distributed by ubuntu ? or what would that be ?
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  394. [11:23:24] <ogra_> :)
  395. [11:23:46] <XorA> ogra_: it magically does what XorA needs to do, without me needing to think :-D
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  397. [11:23:54] <ogra_> haha
  398. [11:23:58] <LetoThe2nd> an ubuntu image running angrom in an qemu instance on startup.
  399. [11:24:03] <ogra_> LOL
  400. [11:24:24] <XorA> actually for a long time I used angstrom to boot ubuntu :-D
  401. [11:24:40] <XorA> well ubuntu-ish as it was not a offical image
  402. [11:25:13] <ogra_> well, i think the server image is quite flexible nowadays
  403. [11:25:29] <LetoThe2nd> <3 debootstrap
  404. [11:25:41] <ogra_> if you want more flexible, take a netinstall image ;)
  405. [11:26:26] <ogra_> its the average debian-installer image that even has partitioning tools and enables you to install to a usb target
  406. [11:26:43] <LetoThe2nd> ogra_: is there one for the panda?
  407. [11:26:44] <ogra_> (unlike the preinstalled stuff)
  408. [11:26:47] <ogra_> sure
  409. [11:26:56] <LetoThe2nd> interesting.
  410. [11:27:16] <ogra_> http://ports.ubuntu.com/dists/precise/main/installer-armhf/current/images/
  411. [11:27:28] <LetoThe2nd> :-)
  412. [11:27:37] <ogra_> http://ports.ubuntu.com/dists/precise/main/installer-armhf/current/images/omap4/netboot/ actually
  413. [11:28:18] <LetoThe2nd> nice, gonna check that on occasion
  414. [11:28:32] <ogra_> boot.img-serial.gz should be what you want ... though note that this *needs* a working network connection
  415. [11:28:49] <XorA> my most commonly used rootfs has busybox + i2c-tools and thats all I need for 95% of my work
  416. [11:28:51] <ogra_> since everything comes from the net apart from the initial boot
  417. [11:29:24] <ogra_> XorA, you could just boot with break=top on the cmdline and would exactly get that on ubuntu ;)
  418. [11:29:26] <LetoThe2nd> ogra_: guessed that much :)
  419. [11:29:47] <ogra_> (since that makes you end up in initrd in a busybox session)
  420. [11:30:21] <XorA> ogra_: with i2c-tools?
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  422. [11:30:43] <ogra_> no idea, you can easily add an initramfs-tools hook to install it though
  423. [11:31:07] <XorA> ogra_: anyway reason I do this is you can tag it onto kernel as initramfs and inject it into Android boards without messing with system.img
  424. [11:31:20] <ogra_> yeah
  425. [11:31:27] <XorA> then I can get my work done in peace without Android messing stuff up
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  430. [11:47:00] <XorA> av500: is that a new will it blend suggestion?
  431. [11:51:47] <LetoThe2nd> XogrAbuntu, the new rising star in the embedded linux universe.
  432. [11:51:57] <ogra_> lol
  433. [11:56:07] <djszapi> XorA: angstrom does not play here since I need a ready-made qtcore package.
  434. [11:58:52] <av500> maybe digia has "ready-made" stuff
  435. [11:59:30] <djszapi> av500: digia is involved with development, not packaging.
  436. [12:00:15] <av500> http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/repo/?pkgname=libqtcoree4
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  438. [12:00:45] <djszapi> you mean this: http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/repo/?pkgname=libqtcoree4
  439. [12:00:52] <djszapi> meh
  440. [12:00:58] <djszapi> why is this "ee" ?
  441. [12:01:09] <djszapi> http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/repo/?pkgname=libqtcore4
  442. [12:01:34] <djszapi> then Angstrom is probably a better choice to me.
  443. [12:05:12] <XorA> the one with the e will be the embedded one with no X11 I think
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  447. [12:09:18] <dm8tbr> qt/e - heh, those were the days... need to boot my PMA430 for some retro-playtime
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  458. [12:28:33] <CumQuaT> hi all
  459. [12:29:47] <CumQuaT> been looking at the how-to's on pandaboard.org as to putting Android onto Pandaboard, but they all seem to be based on building the SD card on a Linux system. can anyone point me in the right direction for a howto on doing it under Windows? I'd like to learn.
  460. [12:30:11] <djszapi> XorA: it is not a problem to me having the non-embedded one. Actually, that is probably more solid, so good to go for that.
  461. [12:30:18] <haltdef> a linaro image and win32diskimager is probably the way to go
  462. [12:30:34] <CumQuaT> win32diskimager. cool. ill look it up
  463. [12:30:38] <CumQuaT> thanks very much :)
  464. [12:30:48] <XorA> or Virtualbox + Ubuntu
  465. [12:30:55] <XorA> I do a lot of development that way
  466. [12:31:01] <CumQuaT> hmmm... cool
  467. [12:31:10] <CumQuaT> ill have a browse and see what breaks ;)
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  483. [12:58:35] <djszapi> hmm, the ubuntu installation seems way simpler.
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  486. [13:03:58] <Defiant> "too many release variants of Linaro Android for Pandaboard"
  487. [13:04:00] <Defiant> right
  488. [13:05:23] <av500> I think it's totally clear: https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-ub5ib14RkTQ/T4dObt0clnI/AAAAAAAAKVs/gCI6jbwOZxE/s816/Release+Highlights+v2.png
  489. [13:05:43] <av500> and simple
  490. [13:05:55] <av500> no?
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  492. [13:07:02] <XorA> looks simple to me
  493. [13:07:13] <Defiant> I still do not get it. How far is hw supported for 3.2 as oppsed to 3.2
  494. [13:07:18] <Defiant> tracking, landing, whatever?
  495. [13:07:32] <av500> Defiant: I dont know
  496. [13:07:48] <Defiant> https://bugs.launchpad.net/linaro-android/+bug/980774 where my quote was from
  497. [13:08:42] <av500> Defiant: landing vs handling is as easy as this: http://www.supercub.co.nz/html/humour.html
  498. [13:09:06] <Defiant> right
  499. [13:10:00] <XorA> hehe
  500. [13:10:31] <djszapi> hmm, it is really hackish to put amstrong on top of the board.
  501. [13:10:36] <djszapi> sd card*
  502. [13:11:38] <av500> put it underneath then
  503. [13:12:09] * djszapi will go for ubuntu really, less headache.
  504. [13:12:41] <Defiant> djszapi: But you could update the docu on your way..
  505. [13:13:09] <djszapi> sorry ?
  506. [13:13:33] <Defiant> the documentation for the TI stuff
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  508. [13:13:58] <djszapi> I am really not getting you. Could you please clarify ?
  509. [13:15:13] <djszapi> http://releases.linaro.org/12.03/ubuntu/leb-panda/ -> Ubuntu is like 4 lines including dmesh.
  510. [13:15:17] <djszapi> dmesg*
  511. [13:17:09] <Defiant> djszapi: When you put a non-linaro Distribution on the panda you have to go through lots of partial outdated Documentation to get support for e.g. hw video decoding
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  513. [13:17:47] <wbs> with ubuntu, it's just adding the ti-omap4 ppa and installing ubuntu-omap4-extras
  514. [13:17:57] <wbs> as far as I saw, it's documented correctly everywhere
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  517. [13:22:44] <av500> "Which of these is actually supported? Which will Linaro respond to bugs reports?" nice one :)
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  519. [13:23:16] <Defiant> wbs: I'm currently trying to build the m3 firmware unless I just have the wrong documentation it is outdated
  520. [13:23:46] <wbs> Defiant: ah, never did that, just installed the ubuntu-omap4-extras binary packages, and everything seems to work fine
  521. [13:25:15] <Defiant> one do not need much documentation for this ;)
  522. [13:25:50] <ogra_> none at all in 12.04 :)
  523. [13:26:14] <ogra_> (since there the binary drivers are in the archive and auto-installed after first login)
  524. [13:26:29] <av500> unpossible!
  525. [13:26:58] <wbs> wow :-)
  526. [13:30:45] <djszapi> Defiant: I do not have time for that, sorry.
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  529. [13:59:31] <ndec> it's only graphics in the archive... no MM ;-)
  530. [13:59:55] <ogra_> indeed
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  541. [14:19:43] <djszapi> ok, I now see characters in minicom after connecting with my laptop to the pandaboard. Unfortunately, it is unreadable, so I guess it is because of the baudrate ? What baudrate shall I set up ?
  542. [14:20:05] <av500> 115200
  543. [14:20:30] <ogra_> and dont forget your glasses
  544. [14:20:47] <djszapi> av500: thanks, that works.
  545. [14:20:52] <djszapi> ogra_: ??
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  547. [14:21:25] <ogra_> helps some people with unreadable chars :)
  548. [14:21:39] <djszapi> lol
  549. [14:21:53] <djszapi> btw, this ubuntu desktop image has libqtcore4 by default. Sounds good.
  550. [14:22:07] <av500> go for it
  551. [14:22:10] <ogra_> sure, the ubuntu 2d desktop is all Qt
  552. [14:22:34] <djszapi> av500: I went :)
  553. [14:22:49] <XorA> up up and awaaaay
  554. [14:23:19] <djszapi> what is the recommended way of transfering files between my laptop and the pandaboard ?
  555. [14:23:31] <XorA> scp
  556. [14:23:34] <ogra_> ++
  557. [14:23:38] <XorA> mount -t nfs
  558. [14:23:44] <XorA> mount -t cifs
  559. [14:23:49] <ogra_> nah, scp is easier
  560. [14:23:55] <mru> rsync
  561. [14:24:02] <ogra_> rsync over ssh !
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  563. [14:24:17] <ogra_> (which is essentially incemental scp)
  564. [14:24:35] <djszapi> sorry, what ssh ?
  565. [14:24:38] <djszapi> over usb ?
  566. [14:24:42] <mru> rsync is much faster than scp
  567. [14:24:45] <ogra_> no, network
  568. [14:24:56] <ogra_> ssh is a remote shell
  569. [14:24:58] <XorA> I think most of us has network cables plugged into big fat network port :-D
  570. [14:25:12] <djszapi> well
  571. [14:25:13] * XorA has a 11 port switch just for arm boards
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  574. [14:25:15] * ogra_ only has a tiny one
  575. [14:25:16] <av500> telnet
  576. [14:25:32] <djszapi> is there a simpler way than connecting with pandaboard to the company network ?
  577. [14:25:46] <av500> morse with led and button?
  578. [14:25:47] <ogra_> ask you network admin
  579. [14:26:20] <djszapi> perhaps I should use usb pendrive for tranferring data
  580. [14:26:31] <XorA> djszapi: two network cards in your PC + local switch
  581. [14:26:44] <mru> XorA: 11-port? does such a thing even exist?
  582. [14:26:47] <XorA> djszapi: and permission of your IT team so you dont get sacked for hacking
  583. [14:26:49] <djszapi> XorA: sorry, just one network port in my laptop.
  584. [14:26:54] <av500> mru: 12port, one broken
  585. [14:27:07] <XorA> mru: some elcheapo chinses thing, not even convinced its a switch :-D
  586. [14:27:17] <av500> its just s bunch of wires inside
  587. [14:27:28] <mru> my 16-port has only 2 left free
  588. [14:27:35] <XorA> I keep meaning to upgrade to something proper
  589. [14:27:40] <mru> and that's with a few things on an 8-port switch
  590. [14:27:40] <XorA> but never get round to it
  591. [14:27:46] * djszapi will go for transfering the data via an auxilliary usb pendrive (TM)
  592. [14:27:54] <djszapi> transferring*
  593. [14:27:59] * ogra_ doesnt have any use for more than 4 ports ...
  594. [14:28:04] <XorA> ah, good old sneaker net
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  596. [14:28:10] <mru> I was motivated into upgrading my switches when the cheapo one decided to lock up while I was in the US
  597. [14:28:11] <ogra_> but then i have like 10 switches around the house
  598. [14:28:32] <XorA> I only have 3 "switches" in my house :-(
  599. [14:28:45] <XorA> one near ADSL, one near computes and one near TV
  600. [14:28:59] <ogra_> all non-dev/non-server machines do wlan here
  601. [14:29:15] <XorA> Ive got Powerline ethernet
  602. [14:29:32] * ogra_ too for one link into the basement ...
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  604. [14:29:55] <XorA> only my androids normally on WLAN
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  619. [15:06:07] <Haikarainen> I tried to install the gpu drivers for my ES, at the same time updating to kernel 3, then X refused to start saying there is no devices
  620. [15:06:11] <Haikarainen> help plx
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  624. [15:09:23] <XorA> does that mean you have GPU drivers for older kernel but newer kernel now, probably fixed just by apt-get update; apt-get upgrade
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  627. [15:10:25] <Haikarainen> XorA: hm, let me try that, failed miserably yesterday, probably overtired or something
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  633. [15:15:37] <schaik> Hmm, I am unable to get any output from my RS232 (after booting my PandaBoard ES, only LED #2 is being lit).
  634. [15:15:57] <prpplague> schaik: do you have a sd card inserted?
  635. [15:16:23] <av500> a non-empty one
  636. [15:16:25] <schaik> I do, unless I haven't inserted it properly.
  637. [15:16:44] <schaik> I have been having this issue with like three SDs, I can't seem to get it to do anything.
  638. [15:17:03] <schaik> Tried both Ubuntu and Android images, since the validation image isn't available for download to me.
  639. [15:18:20] <prpplague> schaik: why is the validation image not available to download?
  640. [15:18:49] <schaik> No clue, the link doesn't seem to work for me.
  641. [15:18:56] <schaik> At least, last time I tried (which was yesterday night).
  642. [15:19:07] <prpplague> schaik: which link?
  643. [15:20:04] <prpplague> schaik: i just tested and it downloads fine
  644. [15:20:05] <schaik> prpplague: https://gforge.ti.com/gf/download/frsrelease/643/5076/validation-19102011.img (but nevermind, it seems to work now).
  645. [15:20:24] <prpplague> schaik: try using that with the documented instructions
  646. [15:20:24] <schaik> Let's see if I can get to boot that image.
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  652. [15:27:58] <schaik> Still the same situation: SD with image (validation image, this time) inserted, LED #2 being lit, no response at all.
  653. [15:28:20] <av500> and you can read that sd card on your pc?
  654. [15:28:24] <av500> mount it, etc
  655. [15:28:33] <schaik> Yes, I have tried it with five different SD cards so far.
  656. [15:28:49] <schaik> They all work when I am using them on my laptop.
  657. [15:29:00] <av500> and you copy the image how?
  658. [15:29:39] <schaik> "sh -c 'cat ./validation-19102011.img | dd bs=4M of=/dev/mmcblk0; sync'" (in case of the validation image)
  659. [15:30:14] <ogra_> why the dd ?
  660. [15:30:18] <prpplague> schaik: where did you get that command line?
  661. [15:30:31] <schaik> http://pandaboard.org/node/13531/
  662. [15:30:31] <prpplague> ogra_: the image isn't compressed so you can use dd
  663. [15:30:36] <ogra_> you should just be able to cat it to mmcblk0
  664. [15:30:45] <schaik> It doesn't really matter.
  665. [15:30:47] <schaik> dd works fine.
  666. [15:31:02] <ogra_> right, its just not needed :)
  667. [15:31:03] <schaik> I've used it before to write boot loaders to other similar devices.
  668. [15:31:07] <ogra_> wont do any harm
  669. [15:31:20] <Haikarainen> theres a metapackage for the ES GPU drivers for ubuntu right?
  670. [15:31:25] <prpplague> schaik: i'll have to make a note for them to update the wiki
  671. [15:31:48] <prpplague> schaik: and when you have the sd card inserted into your host machine it shows up as mmcblk0 ?
  672. [15:32:06] <schaik> It does.
  673. [15:32:22] <prpplague> schaik: interesting
  674. [15:32:35] <prpplague> schaik: do you have anything plugged into the OTG port?
  675. [15:32:59] <schaik> In this case, also mmcblk0p1 and mmcblk0p2 show up (as they have been written to the SD-card).
  676. [15:33:02] <schaik> prpplague: OTG port?
  677. [15:33:14] <ogra_> miniUSB
  678. [15:33:24] <schaik> Not at all.
  679. [15:33:57] <prpplague> schaik: and how are you powering the panda?
  680. [15:34:31] <schaik> prpplague: 4A 5V adapter (Model: SYS1449-2005-W2E).
  681. [15:34:47] <prpplague> schaik: interesting
  682. [15:35:14] <prpplague> schaik: well there are basically two possibilities, either the sd card slot is broken or you are doing something wrong on the sd card image duplication
  683. [15:35:23] <prpplague> schaik: try booting via the usb otg for testing
  684. [15:35:33] <prpplague> schaik: i assume you have a serial console setup
  685. [15:36:18] <schaik> I do have a serial cable hooked up, and I do have minicom running.
  686. [15:36:46] <prpplague> schaik: then i still suspect you are doing something incorrect on the sd card creating
  687. [15:36:57] <av500> make sure serial works
  688. [15:37:06] <prpplague> schaik: which distro are you running and are you running it in a VM?
  689. [15:37:08] <av500> short pins 2+3 and check echo
  690. [15:37:22] <schaik> I am running Linux Gentoo, natively.
  691. [15:37:44] <prpplague> schaik: ok, lets try the sd card creation again
  692. [15:37:55] <prpplague> schaik: or try the usb boot
  693. [15:38:08] <mru> you're expected to run ubuntu naively
  694. [15:38:20] <prpplague> schaik: http://pandaboard.org/content/usb-downloader-and-usb-second-stage-bootloader-omap4
  695. [15:38:50] <schaik> mru: Gentoo should work fine (I've not come here to be convinced to run that kind of nonsense).
  696. [15:38:57] <schaik> prpplague: thank you.
  697. [15:39:16] <mru> schaik: of course gentoo works fine
  698. [15:39:22] <Haikarainen> Hm, this is certainly weird
  699. [15:39:23] <mru> you should check your sarcasm detector
  700. [15:39:39] <av500> schaik: nobody forces you to run that gentoo nonsense
  701. [15:39:54] <Haikarainen> So yesterday I did a apt-get dist-upgrade on the preinstalled ubuntu image for my es, stuff went horrible, but i got a 3.x kernel
  702. [15:40:08] <Haikarainen> now when i did apt-get install ubuntu-omap4-extras, it installed another 3.x image :S
  703. [15:40:49] <ogra_> smells a bit like you messed up the releases, is that 11.10 or 12.04 ?
  704. [15:41:02] <Haikarainen> 11.10
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  706. [15:41:14] <ogra_> no, that should be all fine ...
  707. [15:41:21] <Haikarainen> thats the preinstalled img i installed to begin with
  708. [15:41:49] <ogra_> right, as long as you only used the shipped bits to enable the PPA and the like, you should have all the right bits
  709. [15:42:00] <Haikarainen> well its updating and installing loads of omap packages now, lets just hope this works
  710. [15:42:03] <ogra_> (i.e. the icon on the desktop to install the -extras)
  711. [15:42:03] <Haikarainen> the fact that I also deleted unity and installed xfce4 might have something to do with it :P
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  713. [15:42:25] <ogra_> that shouldnt have any influence
  714. [15:42:27] <Haikarainen> i actually pressed that, said the package couldnt be found in ubuntu software manager
  715. [15:43:06] <ogra_> right, it then asks you to confim the enablement of the PPA in the next page
  716. [15:43:26] <Haikarainen> -_- allright, this update seems to replace my old 3.x ubuntu image with a texas instruments omap4 image completely, I have no idea what Im doing right now lol
  717. [15:43:46] <ogra_> smells like you use the wrong PPA or some such
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  719. [15:45:05] <av500> ogra_: smell much worse to me
  720. [15:45:08] <av500> smells
  721. [15:45:22] <ogra_> with some interim messup, yes
  722. [15:47:32] <Haikarainen> Rebooting, see what happens now
  723. [15:47:46] <av500> unicorn rainbows...
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  725. [15:48:11] <Haikarainen> Got some "internal kernel error", dumped a stacktrace of what looked like asm, no human friendly error or something from apt telling me the upgrade failed though
  726. [15:48:14] <Haikarainen> hmm, we have x
  727. [15:49:00] <Haikarainen> aand we have xfce :D NICE
  728. [15:49:43] <ogra_> so the problem was no problem then ... good
  729. [15:50:34] <av500> well, running unaccelerated xfce should work anyway, no?
  730. [15:50:47] <ogra_> sure
  731. [15:51:44] <ogra_> if x starts
  732. [15:52:03] <Haikarainen> aand es2_info recognizes my gpu :D
  733. [15:52:17] <Haikarainen> man, ive made more progress in 1 hour today than in 8 hrs yesterday
  734. [15:52:49] <XorA> Haikarainen: always the way
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  748. [16:18:58] <BenHowes> Hey, I'm looking for a few pointers as to where to go next with my stereo camera rig design
  749. [16:19:35] <ogra_> outdoors !
  750. [16:19:37] <BenHowes> I have all the hardware and I've made a diagram and a few bits to explain what on earth I think I'm doing: https://gist.github.com/2377570
  751. [16:20:35] <BenHowes> So I've found driver components for nearly everything and have spent a lot of time reading documentation and learning about v4l2
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  753. [16:21:04] <BenHowes> but I really don't know where to go with attaching all these driver blocks together?
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  757. [16:24:51] <BenHowes> Got the hardware all done too: http://imgur.com/a/3L5l8
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  760. [16:27:42] <av500> now write a v4l2 driver that uses gpmc as the interface
  761. [16:28:09] <prpplague> s/gpmc/gpio
  762. [16:36:28] <sjhill> prpplague: ummm, so are you okay? Texas has drifts of golf ball hailstones?
  763. [16:37:46] <prpplague> sjhill: yea, that was pretty far north of where i am at
  764. [16:38:12] <sjhill> alright
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  766. [16:41:12] * prpplague has _way_ too much to do today
  767. [16:41:46] <prpplague> anyone tinker around with the pixel-qi display?
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  796. [18:04:02] <ronk> What JTAG probes are available for use with the Pandaboard? Do they work under Ubuntu 10? Can Android Gingerbread be debugged at the kernel/driver level using this JTAG probe?
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  798. [18:04:41] <mru> how much are you willing to pay?
  799. [18:05:03] <mru> flyswatter2+openocd is the usual cheap option
  800. [18:05:45] <mru> the TI probes with CCS should work too
  801. [18:05:50] <mru> those cost a bit more
  802. [18:06:01] <mru> then there are the third-party ones
  803. [18:06:06] <mru> like lauterbach
  804. [18:06:10] <mru> it costs a lot
  805. [18:06:28] <mru> but is probably the most capable
  806. [18:06:45] <ronk> As little as possible - how much are the TI probes and the Flyswatter2 ??
  807. [18:08:22] <mru> http://www.tincantools.com/product.php?productid=16153
  808. [18:08:25] <mru> ^^ flyswatter2
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  810. [18:10:36] <ronk> $89 for the flyswatter2 is certainly within my price range! Does anyone know if this can be used to debug at the Android kernel/driver level? Is this done under Eclipse?
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  814. [18:20:43] <jayabharath> ronk, see http://elinux.org/Flyswatter2 - should be able to debug kernel mode stuff? a pandaboard how-to is not yet there.. but should be similar to beagle one
  815. [18:20:49] <ronk> Any comment on flyswatter2 JTAG debug of kernel/driver level stuff on Android Gingerbread ?
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  821. [18:41:58] <_av500_> kernel driver is debugged with printk mostly
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  824. [18:42:12] <_av500_> and gingerbread is obsolete
  825. [18:42:20] <_av500_> and android runs on a linux kernel
  826. [18:42:34] <_av500_> so wrt kernel, android is irrelevant
  827. [18:43:09] <_av500_> and you dont need eclipse to debug the kernel
  828. [18:44:30] <ds2> with some of these kernel bugs, you do sometimes feel like you need a lunar eclipse to get it debugged ;)
  829. [18:45:26] <_av500_> these happen often enough
  830. [18:45:34] <_av500_> just time your bugs accordingly
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  832. [18:47:17] <_av500_> also why do people worry most about jtag and kernel drivers when they have never written one?
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  834. [18:48:01] * dm8tbr has debugged a hdd driver once... it was 'funky' ;)
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  837. [18:48:25] * ds2 has trashed a file system playing debugging a hdd driver once
  838. [18:49:27] <dm8tbr> that particular driver had a undocumented 'feature'. it tried to reimplement being atomic and thus didn't support concurrent read and write requests...
  839. [18:50:34] <ds2> but aren't hdd's WORN devices?
  840. [18:50:41] <ds2> Write Once Read Never
  841. [18:52:38] <mru> that's floppies
  842. [18:52:43] <_av500_> dm8tbr: you keep mentioning that driver, it must have been traumatic....
  843. [18:54:48] <dm8tbr> _av500_: nah, just happens to be a nice example. I still feel sorry for Matze ;)
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  858. [19:35:15] <robert-km> hi. I'm using ubuntu 11.04 on pandaboard. I have compiled kernel 2.6.38.8 with xenomai patch and now i am not able to make wifi works.
  859. [19:35:51] <robert-km> modprobe wl12xx and modprobe wl12xx_sdio doesn' t work
  860. [19:36:07] <robert-km> ifconfig -a still shows only lo0 and usb0
  861. [19:36:45] <robert-km> Do I need another wifi drivers?
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  864. [19:40:39] <Defiant> robert-km: Whatever this patch is, is that kernel.org vanilla kernel?
  865. [19:40:59] <Defiant> And why such an old kernel?
  866. [19:41:29] <mru> whatever kernel ubuntu 11.10 comes with should work fine
  867. [19:41:31] <robert-km> kernel.org
  868. [19:41:48] <Defiant> robert-km: is that case it might be missing some wlan patches
  869. [19:42:09] <Defiant> robert-km: Check http://elinux.org/Panda_How_to_kernel_2_6_38
  870. [19:42:10] <robert-km> which patch should I apply while building binaries?
  871. [19:43:38] <robert-km> for xenomai I need excatly 2.6.38.8
  872. [19:44:11] <robert-km> it is RT patch for linux
  873. [19:44:20] <Defiant> ooh k
  874. [19:44:56] <Defiant> uhm...wlan might not work in vanilla 2.6.38 at all
  875. [19:45:29] <Defiant> robert-km: ok here is another idea: Try the Linaro or ubuntu-panda sources for .38
  876. [19:46:19] <robert-km> I'm not sure how is it compatible with adeos patch for this. I will check this.
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  891. [20:40:48] <Haikarainen> Is the pandaboard really supposed to be so slow?
  892. [20:40:50] <Haikarainen> ES
  893. [20:41:33] <taruti> Haikarainen: are you using an usb-disk?
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  895. [20:42:23] <Haikarainen> taruti: no, sdcard, this is a bottleneck I know, would a usbdisk be faster?
  896. [20:42:32] <taruti> yes, much faster
  897. [20:43:09] <Haikarainen> Sure, fileoperations feels like winxp on a 286, but starting processes, movign around windows is also really slow/stutterly
  898. [20:43:40] <taruti> probably they hit the disk when you least expect it
  899. [20:43:55] * plm is now known as plm_out
  900. [20:44:08] <a_agross> yeah usb disk makes things really nice
  901. [20:44:12] <Haikarainen> Allright, I've been thinking about trying to get native SATA to work somehow, but I couldn't even find a SATA-port to begin with, and then I'd have to solder it somewhere, where I have no idea
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  904. [20:46:22] <Haikarainen> Should probably buy one then. What If I want to use this usbdisk and at the same time use a mouse and kb? thing only have 2 ports :/
  905. [20:46:30] <Haikarainen> usbhub maybe?
  906. [20:46:54] <Haikarainen> Then I'd have to check if my 3 amps would be enough. .hmm
  907. [20:47:06] <tomstokes> Haikarainen: there are no exposed SATA pins. i'm not even sure if the OMAP4460 has a SATA controller. even if it did, you couldn't just solder a connector on, as it would have to be a controlled impedance. the board would have to be designed around it.
  908. [20:47:39] <Haikarainen> should buy a 10 amps power supply or something instead :P then it would certainly not be ap rob
  909. [20:48:37] <Haikarainen> tomstokes: yes yes, my thoughts have been around looking for potential in the expansion headers to connect a sata controller to it, and read up on how to write drivers for it etc..
  910. [20:48:54] <Haikarainen> Im new to this, lots of fog-of-war for me to explore. Wish I could use blacksheepwall here
  911. [20:49:57] <Haikarainen> someone should write a throughout beginners guide on how everything on it actually works.
  912. [20:50:40] <tomstokes> Haikarainen: there is nothing in the expansion headers that you could (reasonably) connect a SATA controller to. USB-to-SATA is the only reasonable option
  913. [20:51:12] <tomstokes> the learning curve is steep, but it's the only way to learn. the less hand-holding, the better you will understand in the long term
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  915. [20:53:02] <Haikarainen> allright, USB it is! :) Im not much of a fan of handholding neither, im just really enthusiastic to learn everything as fast as possible atm :P I know alot of the "neighbourhood" so to speak allready
  916. [20:53:24] <tomstokes> awesome! best of luck
  917. [20:53:29] <tomstokes> it's fun and well worth it
  918. [20:53:39] <mru> tomstokes: what, no sata over hdmi?
  919. [20:53:50] <tomstokes> brilliant!
  920. [20:53:58] <Haikarainen> oO
  921. [20:54:23] <mru> for writes, reads have to go over csi
  922. [20:54:38] <Haikarainen> That was a joke right?
  923. [20:54:48] <mru> it probably could be done with some ungodly interface chip
  924. [20:54:49] <_av500_> mru rarely jokes
  925. [20:54:57] <tomstokes> i mean, in theory you could develop an interface chip to do it
  926. [20:55:04] <mru> I'd dread writing the driver though
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  928. [20:55:09] <tomstokes> and there is certainly a lot of one-way bandwidth there
  929. [20:55:23] <_av500_> both way if you use CSI too
  930. [20:55:28] <mru> exactly
  931. [20:55:38] <Haikarainen> I guess, they seem to cram just about everything in the HDMI cables nowadays. Audio, Video, Network etc
  932. [20:55:50] <_av500_> no network on the omap4
  933. [20:55:55] <_av500_> but yes, audio and video
  934. [20:57:08] <Haikarainen> Huh. DVI-D for writes, HDMI for reads -> SATA -> ??? -> Profit ?
  935. [20:57:29] <_av500_> no, CSI for reads
  936. [20:58:06] <mru> a control channel on gpmc would probably simplify things
  937. [20:58:23] <_av500_> yes, lets use all pins
  938. [20:58:26] <_av500_> or balls
  939. [20:58:35] <Haikarainen> I dont think the x=enchance^zoom;x=x^y algorithm is realistic enough for the job but
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  946. [21:00:53] <Haikarainen> mmm.. balls..
  947. [21:02:19] <Haikarainen> usb-programming here I come
  948. [21:02:31] <tomstokes> remember: if it's not painful, you're not trying hard enough
  949. [21:04:52] <Haikarainen> I know i know, using my own pinkie as a fuse atm. Lets just hope the electrical sockets in my house isnt feelin.. spikey.
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