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<buZz> derethor: congratulations!
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<Turl> hipboi: hi :)
<hipboi> Turl, morning
<Turl> hipboi: /query?
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<hramrach__> morning
<hramrach__> hipboi: thanks for the cubie2
<hramrach__> I now have a cubiestack :)
<hramrach__> it's a pity the SATA cable is not angled. can't connect the disk to the lower board
<wingrime> oliv3r:ping
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<oliv3r> wingrime: pong
<Turl> oliv3r: you were writing PWM weren't you?
<oliv3r> Turl: started it, why? if you want to do it; go for it
<Turl> oliv3r: I found people wrote it already on cubieboard chinese forum :O
<oliv3r> gotta finish sid, rewrite it to mtd :p
<oliv3r> for mainline?!
<Turl> oliv3r: might be of help to you
<Turl> yes lol
<oliv3r> *sigh* why people never submit patches!
<Turl> huge url incoming
<Turl> at least I understand that looking at the translation, I didn't look at the code yet :)
<oliv3r> Your client has issued a malformed or illegal request. That's all we know.
<Turl> heh
<oliv3r> wait i'll copy paste it differently
<oliv3r> works
<oliv3r> it's in spanish of course
<oliv3r> it's a good thing i know english in spanish
<Turl> oliv3r: lol
<oliv3r> kernel 3.9, dt; yeah looks like
<Turl> the text inside should be in english
<oliv3r> you know whats really sad
<oliv3r> that guy obviously has no clue whats happening around him
<oliv3r> he patched u-boot to support fdt
<oliv3r> missing the fact that sunxi-current has fdt support
<Turl> oliv3r: yeah I think that is why it says novice all over the post :)
<oliv3r> i think he defines the pins using dts, and doesn't use pinmux
<oliv3r> let me read the rest first :p
<Turl> oliv3r: pinmux is defined on dts :P
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<oliv3r> ah your right, i overlooked it
<oliv3r> i'm just glancing, thought he was doing the pins manually :)
<oliv3r> with the definition from dts however
<oliv3r> so is this GPLed? :)
<Turl> I dunno :P I can ask :)
<oliv3r> oh spotted the first booboo
<oliv3r> he defines for pwm0 regoffset 0x4, and for pwm1 0x8; like sun5i only uses pwm0 and sun4i uses pwm1 and pwm0
<oliv3r> but what about regoffset 0x0 :)
<oliv3r> it's not there
<oliv3r> bah can't download the zip
<Turl> oliv3r: I got a copy, msg me your mail and I'll forward
<Turl> oliv3r: zip sent
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<Turl> oliv3r: I am being told it's GPL :)
<Turl> (as well as the file says so on the bottom :P)
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<oliv3r> cool
<oliv3r> then i can look at it safely
<oliv3r> hipboi: mornin' tom
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<Turl> I should sleep :P
<atiti> good morning
<Turl> I'm on holidays, but that's no excuse to be awake at 4.30AM a tuesday :P
<Turl> good morning everyone :)
<oliv3r> Turl: sleep well :)
<oliv3r> thanks ofr the zip
<oliv3r> 9:30 here :D
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<oliv3r> rellla: do you know about german domains and
<rellla> oliv3r: i have some. but never registered directly at denic.
<oliv3r> I have a .de domain (don't ask) which I moved from 1 registrar (that went backrupt) to; alls fine and it runs on namecheap since april; but now they've sent me a bill for 'pflege'
<oliv3r> if i don't pay before july 15th they'll 'delete the domain'
<oliv3r> does that mean they'll delete it from wherever I host it?
<rellla> hm.
<rellla> bill directly from denic?
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<oliv3r> yeah
<oliv3r> 50 Euro's :)
<rellla> haha.
<oliv3r> 'Sie haben die moeglichkeit einen anderen provider mit der verwaltung ihrer domains zu beauftragen bzw. ihre domains sofort so loeschen'
<rellla> i get only bills from my hoster(s) - 1&1 :( and hosteurope
<oliv3r> but i've moved it since april, so it's hosted elsewhere just fine
<rellla> sounds like phishing ;)
<oliv3r> the 'pflege' starts at 01.07.2013 and runs till 01.07.2014
<oliv3r> it's legit
<Turl> sounds like scam to me :D
<oliv3r> you get a link to with login information to change settings
<Turl> esp. when domains are like 1/5 of the bill :p
<oliv3r> no, what happened is, when went bankrot, denic claimed the domains
<oliv3r> and offered you a years time to re-register them whever youw anted
<oliv3r> you got access to the auth key and everything
<Turl> pflege means maintenance apparently
<oliv3r> i did that (in april) so its hosted elsewhere now
<oliv3r> it sounds that there admin is lazy and hasent noticed it moved or something
<Turl> mail them then :)
<oliv3r> (automated system :p)
<rellla> can't help, as i never had to do with denic themselves... maybe denic does not know, that it's hosted again
<oliv3r> i allready did
<oliv3r> i think it's an automated message that got sent on the 1st of july
<oliv3r> the bill is dated july 1st
<rellla> i cancelled 2 domains last year, they went into some domain parking-"let me make some money with doing nothing"-system
<buZz> they should make those illegal
<atiti> hey guys, i got a question about this libve stuff
<rellla> ask
<atiti> im feeding h264 NALUs to libve_decode
<oliv3r> rellla: that's exactly what this is imo
<oliv3r> what's a nalu? :)
<atiti> and it seem to accept them fine as the return code is VRESULT_OK
<atiti> but it never returns the VRESULT_FRAME_DECODED or VRESULT_KEYFRAME_DECODED
<atiti> which I guess is what I need to get the decoded frame
<atiti> oliv3r: network abstraction layer unit
<oliv3r> ah ok
<rellla> so where is your code?
<atiti> basically an h264 slice formatted for the network
<atiti> right now its somewhat hacky, so plz disregard the mess :p
<atiti> video_decoder_x264_dec_image receives the raw NALU in annex-b format
<atiti> strips away the start code (00 00 00 01)
<atiti> and feeds the rest into libcedarx
<atiti> libcedarx_decoder_add_stream returns 0, libcedarx_decoder_decode_stream(1) returns 0, libcedarx_decoder_request_frame() returns NULL
<rellla> which libcedarx do you use?
<atiti> willswang one
<atiti> i used the vlc implementation as a reference
<atiti> (also by him)
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<rellla> don't know when libve is returning VRESULT_OK or VRESULT_FRAME_DECODED. At least you are in the right switch case ;)
<atiti> hehe thats true
<atiti> it seems like it never wants to return anything else then VRESULT_OK
<atiti> but then i'm not exactly sure how to get the frame out in the correct way yet
<atiti> at least all those callbacks (request_buffer, update_buffer, release_buffer, etc) are never called!
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<rellla> ?
<atiti> not sure, I guess what that returns is a handle to the decoded pic?
<atiti> or at least what it should return in my eyes, what it actually returns is just NULL
<atiti> hm ye, ill do a quick check on where that comes from
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<atiti> heh, it comes from libcedarx_decoder_request_frame
<atiti> then !decoder || !decoder->fbm
<atiti> hm
<atiti> is libve responsible for init-ing the fbm?
* atiti reading the libve user guide
<rellla> it is imo
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<atiti> hm
<atiti> actually it seems my vlc doesnt work with cedar either
<atiti> [0xb6808a68] main video output error: pictures leaked, trying to workaround
<atiti> at least the output doesnt work
<hramrach__> there are issues
<hramrach__> some media does not work well
<hramrach__> and hard to tell if it's broken or what
<hramrach__> still breaking the decoder on broken media is also broken
<atiti> :(
<hramrach__> which media file
<hramrach__> did not see this bug yet
<atiti> hm another file decodes
<atiti> just doesnt display
<rellla> btw this one i had very often, too: [DISP] not supported image0 pixel sequence:59 in img_sw_para_to_reg - but could not reproduce/ investigate
<rellla> just spams log and decoding/rendering gets laggy
<hramrach__> rellla: that happens when a player crashes or fails to decode
<rellla> ah. so after a failed playback, spamming starts. but how to stop it?
<rellla> and how to prevent?
<atiti> its not a decode problem
<hramrach__> I suspect that it does not tear down something properly and the kernel driver is not clever enough to tear down the decode jobs when the player goes away
<atiti> the libve_decode returns 2-3
<atiti> meaning it decodes normal or keyframes
<hramrach__> when you start playback of some working media file it usually goes away
<hramrach__> btw the sintel trailer plays back all right here
<atiti> weird
<atiti> nope, Sintel still doesnt play
<atiti> with the "pictures leaked" error
<atiti> and Shrinkage doesn't display
<rellla> atiti: a kernel/disp/script.bin problem?
<atiti> could be
<atiti> running 3.4.43.sun5i+
<hramrach__> I am on a10
<atiti> im on an mk802+ with a10s
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<atiti> hm
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<FR^2> On the cubieboard2 (allwinner A20), is there any cpu temperature sensor?
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<oliv3r> FR^2: there might be one in the soc, but we haven't tried/found/written anything for it yet
<oliv3r> reference code says there might be one in the ... lr'm not mistaken
<FR^2> thought so ;) Thanks, though.
<oliv3r> lrdac if i'm*
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<user_2> im following info here: i have no libdri2-dev in my distros repository, so i read "Some distributions have libdri2 compiled in X11 binary, so there is libdri2 separated in a github repo". but im not able to downolad that libdri2 from git... how to do?
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<wingrime> mripard: ping
<oliv3r> hey wingrime
<oliv3r> anything i can help with
<mripard> wingrime: hi
<hramrach__> user_2: I don't know how so. I can check out the repo just fine
<wingrime> oliv3r: you can help with axp202 wiki page fix
<wingrime> oliv3r:please form internal register table from text
<wingrime> mripard: what I need write to of_device_id
<wingrime> in compatible
<hramrach__> atiti: if it plays and does not display try to shrink the console with fbset or something. some people reported issues with video playin below the console layer
<mripard> wingrime: usually, it's company,device
<mripard> so it would be x-powers,axp202
<mripard> I guess
<mripard> (if that was your question)
<wingrime> it actualy not all
<atiti> hramrach__: actually my main problem is that the decoding seem to work fine for a given h264 using vlc, but when I try to feed my own h264 data to libcedarx in my own application, then the the decoder alway returns VRESULT_OK, and there is no output frames
<atiti> and apparently the FBM is not initialized by the decoder
<atiti> so im a bit stuck on how to debug it :/
<wingrime> mripard: axp are complex device, so can I define many module_platform_driver()
<hramrach__> atiti: there is some doc on libvecore somewhere (hopefully
<hramrach__> also if it works in vlc it does something different
<atiti> ive been reading the Libve User Guide, but its a bit vague
<hramrach__> you can try like running it in debugger or try to reusing the vlc plugin
<atiti> im going to try to rig the libcedarx to write the raw data it feeds libve out to a file
<atiti> and compare what vlc does
<mripard> wingrime: I'd expect more to have a single driver, and during the probe register to several frameworks
<hramrach__> atiti: note there are two plugins - one decode, one disp
<hramrach__> you can feed the raw data to somewhere they would get displayed
<hramrach__> like there used to be image viewers for framebuffer console
<atiti> hramrach__: yea, I'm focusing on the decoder for now, then once thats working, disp is the next target ;)
<hramrach__> so you would have some idea what you get from cedar even if the colours are wrong
<wingrime> mripard: you mean I need register single platform driver (simple platform driver) , than in probe ,register i2c, battery,input ?
<wingrime> simply it a frist time I deal with multi-framework
<mripard> wingrime: yep, precisely
<mripard> again, this is pretty much what we're doing with the pinctrl driver
<mripard> we register it a gpio, pinctrl and interrupt controllers
<wingrime> mripard: I will take a look
<wingrime> mripard: why you use dev_info not pr_info , it does mater?
<mripard> you should use dev_info whenever you have access to a relevant device structure
<mripard> pr_info is here for when you aren't in such case
<wingrime> it add driver name to string ?
<mripard> yes, driver name, instance, and so forth
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<wingrime> mripard: how activate debug/info with pr/dev prints ?
<wingrime> pr_debug , pr_info usualy not printed
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<wingrime> how enable it for single driver
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<mripard> pr_info is logged but not shown unless you modify loglevel
<mripard> usually through the commandline
<mripard> pr_debug is a noop by default
<mripard> you have to pass -DDEBUG at compile time to have it
<wingrime> there is way pass it only for one module?
<wingrime> i will add Makefile/Kconfig and do make
<wingrime> as ususaly
<mripard> in your driver makefile, add ccflags-y := -DDEBUG
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<derethor> CONFIG_SOUND_SUN4I includes support for sunxi5 ?
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<dlan> hi, all, I'm looking for experienced kernel developer, to help us doing kernel mainling work (for pay job), is there anyone recommend me some candidates? thanks
<buZz> i recommend hansg
<mripard> dlan: mainlining for what platform?
<dlan> buZz: hi, thanks, could you give me more info
<mripard> sunxi?
<buZz> Hans de Goede
<dlan> mripard: not sunxi
<dlan> but similiar as sunxi
<dlan> buZz: could you PM me his contact info, thanks
<buZz> you can PM it to yourself :P
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<atiti> which platform
<dlan> cortex-a9, arm
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<ssvb> dlan: could it be rockchip by chance?
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<wingrime> dlan: amlogic?
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<wingrime> mripard: i still can't decide witch device better for 'root' device i2c class or platform_class
<wingrime> i2c can be autodetected and configured without touch dts in driver
<wingrime> platform more specific
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<wingrime> mripard:devm_kzalloc need free ?
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<mripard> wingrime: nope
<mripard> and it's a i2c device
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<wingrime> mripard: now I write i2c 'root' with 3 (power_supply)(usb,ac,batt) + many regulator_class + (maybe)(input for powerbutton)
<wingrime> mripard: regulator,and power, input too are dufferent folder, may be we need write base (mtd) driver and 3 separated?
<wingrime> I don't know will that joinment aproved
<Turl> wingrime: are you writing mfd driver?
<wingrime> Turl: now power
<wingrime> I mean axp have many functions
<Turl> mfd means multi function device, might be good if you intend to register as lots of stuff :)
<wingrime> Turl: it have gpio+timer+ldo+pwm+batterycontrol+powerbutton
<Turl> wingrime: look in drivers/mfd, you will see many PMICs
<wingrime> Turl: you mean it must go to /mtd/ folder?
<Turl> mfd, not mtd
<Turl> mripard: ping ^
<wingrime> *mfd
<Turl> wingrime: I think they implement core functionality as MFD and then have other drivers (eg voltage regulator) call it
<wingrime> agree
<wingrime> but It first time for me
<Turl> see drivers/power/wm8350_power.c
<wingrime> mainlinein
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<wingrime> *mainlineing
<wingrime> Trul: anyone tryed axp's soft and hard reset functions?
<wingrime> Turl: and also how better implement reset function
<wingrime> and poweroff
<Turl> I don't know, you'll have to ask mripard
<wingrime> also that means I need send to different maintrainers and different maillists
<Turl> yes, it's possible indeed
<Turl> nice, olimex published A20 SDK
<Turl> Tsvetan: any chance you have user manual too? :P
<wingrime> most sweet part
<derethor> nice
<derethor> do you know number of bogomips for the A20?
<Turl> dragonn: it's over 9000!
<wingrime> bogomips useless
<Turl> wingrime: +1
<dragonn> Turl, what?
<Turl> couldn't resist, sorry :)
<derethor> i know, but only a reference
<dragonn> hehe ;)
<derethor> i am downloading the android sdk... another peer :)
<wingrime> bogomips show only cpu speed
<wingrime> Turl: axp have user registers for data storage
<wingrime> regs remain save with only one powersource
<wingrime> also we can fliker LED by own wish
<user_2> derethor, 1810-1823 bogomips
<Turl> wingrime: cool
<wingrime> also axp have 2-4 gpio
<wingrime> with irq
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<wingrime> and timer, that can wake up cpu
<wingrime> also axp209 have password protection
<wingrime> can be used
<Turl> password protection o.O
<wingrime> 128bit otp
<wingrime> but thereis no eeprom
<wingrime> so doesnot care
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<derethor> maybe for drm and such things
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<user_2> i implemented this howto, but i dont see any kind of advantage. what software i must use to see beneficts?
<Turl> user_2: what part did you do?
<user_2> all of that
<Turl> user_2: so, installing mali blobs, and then sunxifb I'm guessing?
<user_2> git, recompile, test/test, add Option...
<user_2> yes
<Turl> user_2: check if sunxifb is being used, see the bottom of Setting up X
<user_2> u suppose to see a faster video refresh or something so, but nothing happens as i aspected.
<user_2> wait
<Turl> user_2: scrolling in apps and moving windows around should be better
<Turl> as well as the fact that you can run GLES apps now
<user_2> Turl, can u suggest me a GLES app to install ando use to verify ig it works well?
<Turl> user_2: the make test; test/test step on " Verifying the EGL/GLES driver stack" is a GLES app
<Turl> make sure it says mali is being used
<user_2> mmm cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log report a lot of EE SUNXIFB(0) FBIOPUTCMAP: invalid argoument
<Turl> those are harmless as far as I'm aware
<user_2> un sunxi-mali directori, i run test/test and i get triangrle with many colors
<Turl> check the console output and make sure it says mali like on the wiki
<user_2> test report: vendor ARM, renderer mali 400 MP, version opneLG ES 2.0
<user_2> yes, it is similar to "success" case on wiki page.
<Turl> ok then, that's working right and apparently sunxifb too
<Turl> did you enable G2D?
<user_2> well, but i wish a gles application to see how mych smooth it is... suggestion?
<user_2> some game, maybe?
<Turl> Qt Cinematic Experience
<Turl> ssvb: any better suggestions for a GLES app? ^
<ssvb> glmark2-es2 is the most "advanced" demo I'm aware of
<user_2> some packages avaiable in apt-get? im running debian, so it is ok 4 me tu use apt-get :-)
<Turl> user_2: I don't know really :) I run all my sunxi devices headless or with android
<Turl> I know they use that one on demos and such
<user_2> ah... you are on the "other side of the river" :-)
<user_2> let me see.
<oliv3r> wingrime: axp as your first driver, a daunting task, the pmic is full of features, could take you months! but I applaud and welcome your effort :D
<Turl> oliv3r: you're not being exactly supportive lol :P
<user_2> mmm flid video
<user_2> fluid
<oliv3r> Turl: i'd start with something smaller to begin with :)
<ssvb> user_2: you can try "apt-get install glmark2-es2" and then run it
<user_2> ssvb, tnks!
<user_2> i do immediately
<Turl> user_2: btw, if you're using 1080p, it might be better to switch to 720p
<user_2> im alreadi in 720
<Turl> ok then :)
<oliv3r> Turl: then again, you don't have to implement everything at first, only bare essentials
<oliv3r> Turl: and is dlan pouching our devs? :p
<Turl> ssvb: that's something that could be added to the wiki :P
<Turl> oliv3r: who? :p
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<user_2> glmark not exixt, ssvb
<oliv3r> Turl: didn't you backread?
<Turl> oliv3r: I've been in here for quite a while :p probably read it and forgot
<oliv3r> Turl: dlan asked for experienced kernel developers for (payed) work
<ssvb> user_2: indeed, glmark is packaged for ubuntu, but not for debian
<user_2> yes.. the hell, i have the driver but notapplication to run with :-(
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<ssvb> user_2: as for the games, I'm not sure what to recommend, it does not look like we have much to select from -,444.msg1991.html
<ssvb> user_2: yes, OpenGL ES happens to be mostly useless in Linux at the moment
<Turl> oliv3r: oh, I recall now
<ssvb> user_2: but you can run a compositing window manager like gnome-shell or kwin-gles for some desktop effects
<Turl> oliv3r: btw, I laughed the other day when I saw your free electrons joke lol
<user_2> ok
<user_2> i see there is xscreensaver-gl, so i can istall an see it working. at least to test the system.
<oliv3r> Turl: i'm not sure others got it
<ssvb> user_2: or build Qt5 with GLES support and try some of its demos
<user_2> let me test xscreensaver-gl for them oment.
<ssvb> user_2: many "gl" applications require desktop Open GL, which can't be accelerated
<user_2> ssvb, i dont nderstan te meaning of ""user_2: many "gl" applications require desktop Open GL, which can't be accelerated
<ssvb> user_2: - "OpenGL for Embedded Systems (OpenGL ES) is a subset of the OpenGL 3D graphics application programming interface (API) designed for embedded systems"
<ssvb> user_2: if your application wants the real OpenGL, you are out of luck
<user_2> ah, ok. yes i know applicatuons MUST be recompiled fot GLES, a subset of "real" GL.
<user_2> screensaver "superquadratics" is nice, openGL ES works well
<ssvb> user_2: the applications need to be ported to GLES, and here is some interesting rant about xscreensaver-gl -
<ssvb> user_2: nice, does it use the hardware acceleration?
<user_2> ssvb, how can i see if use hard accell or not?
<user_2> i can tell it is not "smooth and silk", it seemt to go as "tic-tac-tic-tac" and not in fluid mode.
<user_2> so i sulspect is nto accellerated by hardware
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<user_2> ssvb, i see indicator of cpu was more than 70% during scrennsaver demo, so i suspect no hardware accelleration woas activated.
<user_2> how can i activate adrware accelleration?
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<user_2> mmmm xscrensaver-gl is GL, not openGL, not openGL ES, so i think it is useless to use it as test.
<user_2> well, about video: gnome-mplayer run ok, but it cannot scale to fullscreen the movie. totem can scale to fullscreen the movie but i miss many frames and it is "slow". there is a way to sole the situation ad have movies running fluid at fullscreen?
<ssvb> user_2: seems like this is getting really popular - :)
<user_2> i look ait it now
<ssvb> user_2: also for hardware accelerated video decoding you can try or
<ssvb> user_2: I think that's the only way to watch 1080p movies
<user_2> XBMC i tried couple of weeks ago. after all job, xbmc wils fluid, but colors was all falsed, all "shifterd" to blue :-(
<user_2> wils=was
<user_2> 2D, 3D, video decodin... all important topics, but apparently it is not well considerated and supported by community. i talk about linix side.
<user_2> linux*
<ssvb> user_2: you can't get much better 2D performance, but you already should not have many problems with it either
<ssvb> user_2: (video scaling in mplayer is a separate matter)
<user_2> separate matter?
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<ssvb> 2D is graphics, and mplayer is video
<user_2> ok
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<user_2> 2d is a closed topic, cos i got the driver... now i wish to increment perdormance of video
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<user_2> but, as i said, xbmc didt give me sutisfation, under color viewpoint.
<ssvb> yes, I think that I should fix scaling in mplayer right NOW
<ssvb> you can try VLC, it does not have these color problems
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<ssvb> and the color problem in XBMC can be workarounded by starting XBMC, exiting from it and restarting again
<ssvb> something is obviously wrong, maybe rellla can fix it some day
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<oliv3r> hey mripard
<user_2> ssvb, solve the color issue in xbmc is STRONGLY appreciated, it will be the "final" activity to complete mycubieboard installation.
<user_2> vlc is still un CLI, so not comlete. but xbmc is complete, it miss only to be fixed by colors.
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<oliv3r> so xbmc is nearly usable now?
<user_2> oliv3r, to me, is usable at 100%, fluid. the problem is the color, that are all blue-ish
<user_2> append to me 2 weeks ago.
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<rz2k> vlc is still un CLI, so not comlete. - what do you have against CLI :p
<user_2> rz2k, i have not so much against CLI, but outside there, there are so many brainless user that need more than CLI.
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<A70X> Hi, anybody know of a wiki/README that shows how to generate LiveSuite images from nand[a-j] images I grabbed using adb?
<A70X> I got a new A70x Allwinner A20 tablet and I'd like to back up what I've got before I start hacking away
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<oliv3r> A70X: if your manufacturer doesn't over an image, i guess you can try making your own :)
<oliv3r> A70X: but a10 chips are nearly unbrickable
<oliv3r> your best backup, is to get a 3+ GB Sd card, and put hansg's fedora 18 image on it
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<A70X> I don't have a manufacturer image, but I've got adb root, so I can grab /dev/block/nand[a-j] images with adb pull
<A70X> It's all there: nanda got a vfat fs with script.bin, u-boot etc
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<A70X> I know I'm supposed to work with SD images only, but I'd like to know I can rescue my nand if the shit hits the fan
<oliv3r> yep, you can always dd partions back/forth
<oliv3r> hence you want a usable sd card to do tha
<A70X> The reason I'd like to use LiveSuit is because the A20 support is still WIP, and LiveSuit should be able to recover my nand, even without a working linux kernel, right?
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<A70X> The wiki talks about boot0 and boot1 bootloaders, but I can't find these in the A20 nand partitions.
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<A70X> Here's what the A20 nand images look like:
<A70X> nanda-bootloader.img: x86 boot sector, code offset 0x0, OEM-ID " ", sectors/cluster 4, root entries 512, Media descriptor 0xf8, sectors/FAT 256, sectors 262144 (volumes > 32 MB) , dos < 4.0 BootSector (0x0), FAT (16 bit)
<A70X> nandb-env.img: data
<A70X> nandc-boot.img: data
<A70X> nandd-system.img: Linux rev 1.0 ext4 filesystem data, UUID=bcf4f857-f4ab-df65-ff57-946fc0f9f25b (needs journal recovery) (extents) (large files)
<A70X> nande-data.img: Linux rev 1.0 ext4 filesystem data, UUID=57f8f4bc-abf4-655f-bf67-946fc0f9f25b (needs journal recovery) (extents) (large files)
<A70X> nandf-misc.img: data
<A70X> nandg-recovery.img: data
<A70X> nandh-cache.img: Linux rev 1.0 ext4 filesystem data, UUID=57f8f4bc-abf4-655f-bf67-946fc0f9f25b (needs journal recovery) (extents) (large files)
<Dreadlish> do you know pastebin?
<Dreadlish> or
<A70X> nandi-databk.img: Linux rev 1.0 ext4 filesystem data, UUID=57f8f4bc-abf4-655f-bf67-946fc0f9f25b (extents) (large files)
<A70X> nandj-UDISK.img: x86 boot sector, code offset 0x0, OEM-ID " ", sectors/cluster 8, Media descriptor 0xf8, sectors 10413340 (volumes > 32 MB) , FAT (32 bit), sectors/FAT 10160, dos < 4.0 BootSector (0x0), label: " Volumn"
<A70X> Sorry, I'll use that in future
<Dreadlish> it doesnt look good to put a big amount of text here
<Dreadlish> files which are you looking for are probably on nanda
<Dreadlish> if not - try to extract them from nandc
<Dreadlish> i can't help you more.
<A70X> I guess my question boils down to: Is it a simple process to reverse nand images back to a Livesuit image
<A70X> Looks like this might be what I'm after:
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