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<Turl> oliv3r: some extra change creeped into one uboot patch
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<discopig> hi
<discopig> is ethernet support broken for hackberry a10 board on 3.4.61? when I compare dmesg from 3.4.43 to 3.4.61 ethernet initializes properly on 3.4.43 and connects but on 3.4.61 there is absolutely no activity nor any message related to it and it seems to just not react
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<steev> discopig: modprobe sunxi_emac ?
<discopig> let me try
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<discopig> nope
<discopig> it just doesn't react at all
<discopig> there is an eth0 interface but it does not do anything
<discopig> on 3.4.43 it all works perfectly
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<steev> discopig: pastebin your dmesg output.... somehow?
<discopig> ok
<discopig> i'll paste the one from 3.4.43 and the one from 3.4.61
<steev> 3.4.61 first please
<discopig> and in 3.4.43+,365-366,387 the relevant lines are highlighted
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<oliv3r> Turl: it did, and that wasn't supposed to get merged
<oliv3r> Turl: it's part of a next patch set, and i swear i did a git add -p
<oliv3r> Turl: fixed; lets hope nobody noticed :)
<JohnDoe_71Rus> shineworld: hi
<shineworld> Hi
<JohnDoe_71Rus> Do you have a success?
<shineworld> I've downloaded some mins ago olimex phoneix image of android running on SD to understand the right partitions and settings
<shineworld> ... I was always so busy in past weeks... customer is always back my head
<shineworld> so hobby projects moved in idle state
<shineworld> *to
<JohnDoe_71Rus> from olimex I saw only the sale of SD card with android
<shineworld> there is a version with NAND + SD and a version with only SD
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<JohnDoe_71Rus> I thought phoneix image for installation in nand from sd card
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<shineworld> I'm comparing their img with mine
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<arokux2> discopig: there was a change in config name. WEMAC -> EMAC
<discopig> yeah
<discopig> but i don't undestand why eth0 does absolutely nothing on recent kernel
<discopig> the interface exists but it doesnt do anything at all, both with dhcp or static ip
<discopig> and doesn't seem to work at all
<discopig> but on any older kernel it connects within seconds with dhcp
<oliv3r> i submitted that rename patch like 3 -6 months ago :)
<oliv3r> discopig: remember, that the emac alone isn't an entire network stack, you also need the PHY driver for your specific PHY. Mostlikly the RTL PHY
<discopig> yeah
<oliv3r> and the MII driver to talk mii between the two
<discopig> i'm using an old .config from back when i compiled 3.4.43
<discopig> do you think that could be the issue
<discopig> i didnt modify it since
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<oliv3r> very likly
<oliv3r> sun4i_wemac could have transistioned to sunxi_emac as noted above
<oliv3r> phy could be missing
<oliv3r> double check allt hat
<oliv3r> in kernel dhcp could be gone
<discopig> yeah i think that may be it, thanks
<shineworld> JohnDoe_71Rus, I don't understand... when extracted and checked the olimax A20 SD images contains yet the references to nandx how the image was made for nand, but in the initial sentence "Runnning Android from SD card is about 2-3 times slower than from NAND but for these who choose A20-OLinuXino without NAND this is the only way they can run Android on this board." suppose that this is a image to create a bootable SD...
<shineworld> I've surely misunderstand something about their post
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<JohnDoe_71Rus> shineworld: phoneix card for burn NAND image from SD. It can rewrite data drom nand. "PhoenixSuit will detect the board and would ask for the method of writing the image. Choose method of writing the image and confirm your wish to write the image"
<JohnDoe_71Rus> shineworld: i think you get image from this card
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<shineworld> I've downloaded image from
<shineworld> Android 4.2.2 SD-card image made with A20-SDK2.0 for A13-LCD7"TS and A13-LCD10"TS
<shineworld> A20_SD_android_422_Phoenix_TS_USB_UART_I2C_WIFI_LAN_HDMI_LCD_800x480_release_1.img
<HeHoPMaJIeH> hi guys . is there any reason to remove axp152 module form sunxi-3.4 ?
<shineworld> So I guess is wrong only upon sentence ....
<HeHoPMaJIeH> mnemoc ^
<shineworld> SD images are all for phoneix boot from SD (which write system on NAND) and not to run actually android from SD
<JohnDoe_71Rus> shineworld: But for CB A10 is android images
<JohnDoe_71Rus> and some other devices A10
<HeHoPMaJIeH> oliv3r: is there any reason for removing axp152 from sunxi-3.4
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<Tsvetan> mnemoc ping
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<oliv3r> HeHoPMaJIeH: who removed it?
<oliv3r> mnemoc: pingping
<arokux1> Tsvetan: you've selected the batteries which aren't possible to buy in Germany :p
<Tsvetan> arokux1 what?
<arokux1> Tsvetan: LiPo, 3.7V are impossible to find
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<Tsvetan> aorkux1 all LiPo batteries are 3.7V, so in Germany you do not use Lipo batteries at all? ;)
<arokux1> Tsvetan: there are a few, but of very little capacity, something like 100-300mAh. and they cost more then yours 6000mAh!!
<Tsvetan> I bet this is due to some silly regulation
<Tsvetan> so how these mini copters sold in Mueller and Kaufhof fly with 100-200mAh batteries?
<oliv3r> arokux1: 3.7 LiPo is the most commoand most standard battery there is in the world :)
<oliv3r> Tsvetan: 3 minutes max :D
<arokux1> oliv3r: and that's why digikey does't offer them? :)
<oliv3r> digikey doesn't sell everything
<oliv3r> conrad sells them
<oliv3r> but i think i read somewhere that it's important that it's single cell
<oliv3r> thouh olimex's lipo batteries are really cheap
<oliv3r> i would order a few, if shipping wasn't so redicilous :(
<arokux1> oliv3r: you can select Air Mail Europe
<oliv3r> I should get 2 or 3 for my boards
<oliv3r> it's really neat to have
<oliv3r> UPS :)
<arokux1> Tsvetan: 3200mAh will cost you 20 EUR at Conrad
<arokux1> 1200 mAh - 10 EUR
<Tsvetan> oliv3r if you prove me you can ship from where you are to Bulgaria at lower prices using same courier/service I will send your order free of charge
<Tsvetan> UPS shipping is next day delivery almost everywhere in EU and cost EUR 13-14 for 0.5KG parcel
<oliv3r> Tsvetan: i can't :p
<arokux1> Tsvetan: you've sent me the board with ordinary post, right?
<Tsvetan> aorkux1 yes, this is DHL Global Mail
<Tsvetan> about 1-2 weeks to any EU destination
<oliv3r> Tsvetan: UPS -> Uniterruptable Power Supply
<oliv3r> Tsvetan: i'll buy some @ fosdem from you ;)
<arokux1> AXP152 wasn't removed from kernel afaik
<Tsvetan> arokux1 try to compile a10s board then :)
<oliv3r> I wonder how long the A20 can run from 130 mAh lipo
<oliv3r> 2Euro's with shipping from ebay
<Tsvetan> oliv3r these are probably chinese milliampers
<Tsvetan> I bought from local shop battery marked as 4000mAh
<Tsvetan> we measured it 500mAh
<Tsvetan> the size was same as our 1400mAh so I wondered how they made 4000mAh in same size
<arokux1> :)
<arokux1> Tsvetan: and your batteries are fine?
<Tsvetan> arokux1 they are with capacity which is marked ;)
<arokux1> I wonder if there is a battery imitator device, which can be used to verify that charger works correctly
<arokux1> Tsvetan: (I'm compiling sun5i now.)
<arokux1> Tsvetan: sun5i_defconfig builds just fine.
<Tsvetan> arokux1 try to build it for a10s olinuxino
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<Tsvetan> the GPIO part for AX152 is missing!
<Tsvetan> AXP152 is not just controllable DCDC
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<Tsvetan> it have GPIOs too
<arokux1> Tsvetan: strange, do you know commit that removed that?
<arokux1> Tsvetan: or can you sat at which version did it work?
<Tsvetan> I just read the RM response on the ML
<Tsvetan> Hans de Goede wrote:
<Tsvetan> > The old ugly axp15 driver living under drivers/power/axp_power has been replaced with
<Tsvetan> > a clean one written from scratch which is rivers/power/axp152.c . This new version besides
<Tsvetan> > being much cleaner also has the added advantage that it can be build into the kernel
<Tsvetan> > together with (the unchanged) axp20 driver from drivers/power/axp_power, so we can have
<Tsvetan> > 1 sun5i kernel working on both boards with the axp152 (such as mk802_a10s) and with the
<Tsvetan> > axp209 (such as the wobo-i5).
<Tsvetan> >
<Tsvetan> > Regards,
<Tsvetan> >
<Tsvetan> > Hans
<Tsvetan> so seems Hans re-wrote the driver but forgot to add the GPIO support?
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<arokux1> Tsvetan: maybe. that is long time ago, that is why I wasn't aware of it. you rebuild your kernels too seldom! :)
<Tsvetan> that is right :)
<Tsvetan> we were busy with A20 and now try to bring A13 and A10S also to 3.4
<arokux1> Tsvetan: I see. add Hans to CC then, he should add missing features removed by him :)
<Tsvetan> I will
<arokux1> Tsvetan: I wanted to ask you one more thing. what those P10, P8 etc mean in the schematics?
<Tsvetan> which schematic?
<oliv3r> test Point
<arokux1> this one for example.
<oliv3r> Tsvetan: i wonder what 130 chinese mAh are; 50? :p
<oliv3r> but if A20 can run 5 - 10 minutes from it; that's actually plenty
<Tsvetan> test points
<arokux1> in the schematic you have your components spitted apart from each other. so I wonder how to know how they are connected between each other. for example, if you take a look at battery, the outputs of this module are P10 and BAT
<arokux1> AXP has pins 38, 39 which go to BAT, so this is the connection then?
<oliv3r> GND and BAT is my guess ;)
<arokux1> oliv3r: what GND and BAT?
<Tsvetan> arokux1 in all CADs you can place wire or to label wires, the wires with same label connects together
<arokux1> I see, thanks Tsvetan
<Tsvetan> so all wires in the schematic with label BAT connects together
<arokux1> Tsvetan: small remark, it would be awesome if PDF were searchable
<Tsvetan> this is convenient as if you had to place wire drawings all around to all signals it will be messy and not readable
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<Tsvetan> they are
<Tsvetan> oops
<Tsvetan> :)
<Tsvetan> its very easy to make them searchable
<Tsvetan> one small checkbox in Eagle says use TEXT when print
<oliv3r> ctrl-f in firefox seems to work if i remember correctly
<Tsvetan> oliv3r on the A13 I opened its not searchable
<arokux1> oliv3r: we are talking about PDFs here.
<oliv3r> yes
<oliv3r> what else would i reffer too?
<arokux1> oliv3r: how firefox and pdf are connected? or you open it embedded in ff?
<oliv3r> firefox has embedded PDF reader
<arokux1> oliv3r: ok, now it is clear.
<oliv3r> pdf.js i think it was called?
<arokux1> oliv3r: I switch it off, to slow.
<oliv3r> its ok most of the time
<Tsvetan> arokux1 try again ;)
<arokux1> Tsvetan: perfect. it looks better even.
<arokux1> Tsvetan: any special reason you've decided to have an on-board regulator and be 6-16V tolerant?
<Tsvetan> I do wonder why Eagle default is to print as graphics instead text in PDF
<Tsvetan> arokux1 to may use any adapter
<arokux1> Tsvetan: not 5V one, though :(
<arokux1> Tsvetan: and any won't fit the power jack.
<oliv3r> faster rendering probably
<oliv3r> i think my wrt plug fits too
<mouchon2> hi
<oliv3r> hey philiippe
<mouchon2> i am still working on the i2c and i have a question
<oliv3r> shoot
<mouchon2> it seem that in the i2c_adap_sunxi_init there is a check to see if we are in sun7i
<mouchon2> but this check is not done in exit
<mouchon2> so some unregistred device will try to be unregistred
<mouchon2> at this time seem to be a bug for me
<oliv3r> very quite possible
<mouchon2> oliver i splited the array as you suggested
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<granite_crusher> arokux1: 6-12V is very useful to use it in car as example
<arokux1> thanks granite_crusher I'm only slowly realizing what a zoo a DC power supplies and connectors is.
<mouchon2> hum this is not a bug, this is the twi_used_mask that do the check finally seem that my assertion was wrong
<granite_crusher> Tsvetan: I have question about A13-olinuxino, is it intentional that 5V is always on?
<Tsvetan> what do you mean always on?
<Tsvetan> from 5V are generated all other supplies
<granite_crusher> Tsvetan: even if board is shutdown (3.3 rail drops down to 1V, ... but 5 stays 5)
<Tsvetan> sure
<Tsvetan> it should be there in case you push power button
<granite_crusher> So what is the purpoise of jumper "5V_E" between P9 and P6?
<Tsvetan> to make the board as much universal as possible
<Tsvetan> if for instance we have application where Lipo is not needed, we will not populate some components and short this jumper
<granite_crusher> Tsvetan: so 5V on GPIO1 GPIO2 always on is intentional, and for usage I should use additional FET enabled by gpio?
<Tsvetan> where you see these GPIO1/2
<Tsvetan> axp?
<granite_crusher> I mean 5V pins on GPIO-1 and GPIO-2 on A13 board, they are on, always
<Tsvetan> ah GPIO connectors, yes
<wingrime> granite_crusher: you want FETs on it?
<granite_crusher> wingrime: I was thinking to power GPS on that GPIO connector 5V; but if it is on always it makes no sense to attach anything to that pin, untill it would be able to cut power to device (as GPS in example)
<granite_crusher> unless*
<granite_crusher> wingrime: with help of control gpio and FET
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<oliv3r> granite_crusher: you are saying that the A13 always does power IN on GPIO-1? so when you read gpio1 you always get high? that sounds like a mistake; oth if gpio1 is always outputting a voltage, well that's a software thing and can be changed/toggled
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: u-boot console allows you to change gpio's via the gpio set/clear commands
<hno> hi
<granite_crusher> oliv3r: not data GPIO but 5V in gpio connector
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<oliv3r> hno: hi!
<granite_crusher> oliv3r: it is inpossible to put it of in software (unless somebody would make so strung stuff it would melt solder :P )
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: then i'm not sure i quite understand what you mean
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: you mean 5V powersupply
<granite_crusher> *impossible *strong
<arokux1> hno: you survived? :)
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: well i'm not supprised that's always on
<granite_crusher> oliv3r: yes
<hno> I think so.
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: for SATA for example (on A10) there's a gpio for 5V power out
<hno> but not sure the brain actually thinks..
<oliv3r> hno: uh oh :p
<granite_crusher> oliv3r: so if you power off board, your SATA just juice out your bat?
<oliv3r> hno: did you receive your cubieboard3 allready?
<arokux1> hno: will you have more time for sunxi now?
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: how do you power off? i don't think a13 has a power off state, nor does the AXP :)
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: iirc it reboots into a 'battery charge' mode
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: actually, i think you CAN turn off power of the AXP. if you push the power button for 10 seconds I think you actually put it in super standby mode
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: but some part of the AXP is still active, as it powers on when you push the button ;)
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: otherwise, it's quite possile that the 5V rail is simply connected to the LM7805 before the AXP even gets involved
<granite_crusher> oliv3r: it have kind of at least it puts off 3.3V by cuting off EXTEN(AXP) which goes to DC-DC converters
<granite_crusher> pin 20 on AXP
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: 5V connected to the DC-DC of the AXP, or is it connected to VIN
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<granite_crusher> oliv3r: which of 5V, there are few DC DC converters, one converts AC to 5V and that goes to ACIN on AXP... IPSOUT is 5V on AXP? this is connected nearlly to half of pins of AXP
<granite_crusher> *"AC" because it is already converted by adapter to DC
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<granite_crusher> other DC-DC converters gets IPSOUT and converts it either to 5V, to 3.3V,1.5V
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: yeah; could be that it does go through the DC-DC, but that should be controllerable if you can control the AXP
<oliv3r> but that all I odn't know
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<granite_crusher> I cant understand what for is SY7208(SOT23-6), if it comes 5
<granite_crusher> 5V and goes out 5V
<granite_crusher> it is always enabled
<granite_crusher> because part of IPSOUT goes around that SY72...
<rellla> oliv3r: do you have a kernel running already on cb3?
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: stabilizer
<oliv3r> rellla: yeap
<oliv3r> rellla: mainline works beuatifully :)
<arokux1> rellla: have you got your cb3?
<oliv3r> once we figure out the name i'll push the dts
<rellla> arokux1: yeap
<oliv3r> rellla: but I did tell benn; only send it to rellla if he promisses to release a xbmc image soon
<oliv3r> rellla: no pressure
<oliv3r> :p
<granite_crusher> oliv3r: so if board is off (EXTEN = 0; ) SY7208 do not stabilize, andwe get 5V unstable?
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: i have absolutly no clue :p
<oliv3r> that's better
<oliv3r> granite_crusher: it's a boost regulator, it's generally used to step up 3.3 -> 5V
<rellla> oliv3r: haha. pressure. what is pressure? not for spare-time-things ;) btw. VDR shows up some "picture" with vdpau. but only some funky screensaver with columns and rows :p
<rellla> oliv3r: did you add been's patches for gmac etc.?
<oliv3r> rellla: :p well vdpau is 'nice' but for later ;)
<oliv3r> rellla: no, not yet
<oliv3r> rellla: much to do sitll; adding 2GB support to u-boot atm
<rellla> i'm building cubieboard2/linux-sunxi sunxi-3.4-ct-v101 atm
<rellla> and then it's time to prepare a sd card for cb3...
<arokux1> did benn already submitted patches?
<oliv3r> rellla: well you can pull u-boot from sunxi now; but you'll only get 1 GiB
<oliv3r> rellla: for 2 GiB you have to wait until i finish my patches :)
<arokux1> Tsvetan: you might be interested thin gmac ^^^
<oliv3r> i don't recall olimex boards with gbit PHY
<oliv3r> though gmac driver is interesting for 100 mbit PHY's never the less
<arokux1> oliv3r: they are in design stage ;)
<oliv3r> yeah but olimex doesn't do much with driveres; that's our job ;)
<rellla> oliv3r: don't even know if i have the time to do that this weekend at all. too much devices here... anyone interested in a cb2? jemk ^^ ;)
<arokux1> ... Benn behaves like at AW, new board, new tree, wtf???
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<oliv3r> new board new repo!
<arokux1> and no, there is no cubieboard3, he decided to have it in cb2 tree..
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<arokux1> rellla: where do you even know about the existence of repo?
<rellla> arokux1: puh. don't remember. maybe i'm reading too much forums and chat-logs... maybe from cubieforum?
<rellla> oliv3r: and for the xbmc-thing: i think it's better to invest the time in the open source way via libvdpau-sunxi and mainline xbmc... unfortunately i have no clue about vdpau for now :(
<arokux1> they must have had a doc to add gmac support?
<arokux1> the driver is developed by some Shuge
<arokux1> shuge <>
<arokux1> any idea who is this guy?
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<oliv3r> arokux1: not supprising, CT is in fact, a20 device, so it's pretty much identical
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<oliv3r> rellla: but vpdau needs a lot of work still; having a working A20 xbmc image brings in potential developers
<oliv3r> arokux1: that's AW employee; but we have gmac driver allready in a31-dev tree
<oliv3r> a diff between those 2 is very interesting however
<arokux1> oliv3r: interesting why he uses: <>
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<oliv3r> arokux1: yeah very strange, but you can grep for shuge in the aw tree's
<oliv3r> arokux1: maybe he did this outside of aw
<oliv3r> arokux1: OR its one of the guys who left AW to work for cubietech
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<arokux1> oliv3r: ah.. in a31-dev tree the author is also: shuge <>
<oliv3r> then he still works for AW
<oliv3r> i thin
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<arokux1> a31-dev should be present in our central tree, how do you think?
<oliv3r> i think it is
<arokux1> oliv3r: no
<oliv3r> yes
<oliv3r> :)
<arokux1> amery <----
<arokux1> not linux-sunxi/linux-sunxi
<oliv3r> amery holds the aw dumps
<oliv3r> we only have sanitized properly gpl licensed code
<oliv3r> amery's repo is pure for reference, hence the AW drops
<arokux1> oliv3r: ah, so that is the feature?
<oliv3r> yeah; the dumps end there ;)
<oliv3r> mnemoc: said he would add the 3.4 bare import for now, but he's been awol for 2 days
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<granite_crusher> oliv3r: thanks, at last I got peace in my minds about circuit on that board :)
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<granite_crusher> but I still do not undertand what for this 5V is needed while board is off if 5V do not get feedbacked to AXP?
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<oliv3r> granite_crusher: no clue :)
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<arokux1> here is a diff between cb3 gmac and a31-dev gmac, lots of noise there, though:
<arokux1> oliv3r, Tsvetan ^
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<granite_crusher> I got enlighted :) 5V is consumed by USB host aUSB otg, LCD... these have SY6280 chips which ether have EN pin atached to 3.3V or some signal going from GPIO to enble 5V....
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<granite_crusher> if this GPIO connector 5V rail vould have the same thing...
<arokux1> oliv3r: Tsvetan: here is a noise free diff:
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<oliv3r> arokux1: oh he renamed it to sunxio; nice
<oliv3r> ah some whitespace things
<oliv3r> i think there's a diff option
<arokux1> oliv3r: see the last link I sent
<oliv3r> oh i used the first one
<mouchon2> i finished v3 of my i2c patch before sending it i would like to be sure to do it correctly. So i make " git format-patch; scripts/ 0001-V3-Add-i2c-sunxi-bus-frequency-as-param-to-i2c-sunxi.patch; " the next step should be " git send-email 0001-V3-Add-i2c-sunxi-bus-frequency-as-param-to-i2c-sunxi.patch" to that is the correct workflow ?
<oliv3r> mouchon2: or just use your mail client
<oliv3r> and attach the patch file ;)
<oliv3r> but yeah that sounds about right
<arokux1> oliv3r: ?????
<arokux1> oliv3r: patches must be inlined, also sign-off tag is needed
<oliv3r> i have checkpatch as a pre-commit hookl so when i commit something bad, git complains; i then just use git send-email -1 -s --annotate --coverletter
<oliv3r> arokux1: sign off tag shoudl have been done on the commit ;)
<Tsvetan> arokux1 the problem with A20 gmac is that pinmux is undocumented
<oliv3r> arokux1: and a format-patch generated patch opens in clients normally
<oliv3r> Tsvetan: not anymore
<oliv3r> Tsvetan: the fex file has it :)
<Tsvetan> oliv3r?
<Tsvetan> no documentation
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<arokux1> Tsvetan: there are some other changes as you see in diff.
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<DarkGamer0690> hello guys
<oliv3r> arokux1: that diff looks reall nice
<Tsvetan> oliv3r ok, tell me why TX clock is input then :)))
<DarkGamer0690> i'm having an issue can you guys help me please?
<oliv3r> Tsvetan: let me check my docs
<arokux1> DarkGamer0690: Don't ask to ask. Just ask and wait!
<arokux1> oliv3r: your docs?
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<DarkGamer0690> i am having issues finding an allwinner a13 4.2.2 unrooted firmware
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<DarkGamer0690> it has to be stock
<oliv3r> DarkGamer0690: no such thing exists
<oliv3r> DarkGamer0690: allwinner SDK is pre-rooted
<DarkGamer0690> well i can't seem to get my tablet rooted
<DarkGamer0690> i'm using the mapan mx713DC 4.2.2 root firmware and i can't seem to get root access
<oliv3r> DarkGamer0690: just install superuser from the market
<DarkGamer0690> what version
<oliv3r> better get
<oliv3r> fdroid from
<DarkGamer0690> i tried 3.3 from aptoide
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<DarkGamer0690> it didn't work
<oliv3r> after you installed fdroid, install super user from there
<DarkGamer0690> okay
<oliv3r> if that also doesn't work; boot into recovery mode, adb shell, install the apk manually; done :)
<oliv3r> aw stuff is very very easy to root
<oliv3r> there's no 'security'
<oliv3r> Tsvetan: we have no docs at all ;)
<oliv3r> Tsvetan: but we have source code, and fex files
<oliv3r> and we have the pinout of the PHY
<oliv3r> once cb3 releases schematics (probably after 8th of october) we can look more closely
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<oliv3r> arokux1: changes look very minor
<oliv3r> mostly sensible cleanups cleanups
<oliv3r> should be quickly mergable into our 3.4
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<DarkGamer0690> i am having more issues
<oliv3r> DarkGamer0690: then ask more questions :)
<DarkGamer0690> Root permission not granted or superuser app missing
<DarkGamer0690> i downloaded and installed superuser from fdroid
<DarkGamer0690> and it won't root
<oliv3r> did you reboot?
<DarkGamer0690> is it superuser 1.0.17
<DarkGamer0690> it wouldn't let me
<oliv3r> i don't know if superuser installs everything needed
<oliv3r> it wouldn't let you install superuser
<oliv3r> ah ok; download the apk; and install it via the recovery console
<DarkGamer0690> no
<oliv3r> adb --help
<DarkGamer0690> it installed fine but it wants me to reboot but it fails
<oliv3r> you may have to run adb as root on your pc
<oliv3r> yeah install it via the recovery console, it wants to modify some system files
<oliv3r> probably something like adb install superuser.apk
<DarkGamer0690> the device is " MAXIN GROUP MAPAN MX713 DC "
<oliv3r> doesn't mean a think to me
<oliv3r> but mind you, this channel is about the linux-sunxi kernel; not rooting android on 'random device X'
<oliv3r> e.g. wget it, then adb install it
<DarkGamer0690> can you direct me to an irc channel that handles rooting allwinner a1x android devices running 4.2.2
<oliv3r> DarkGamer0690: doubt that exists; there's always #android for general android stuff, as that's what your asking, but i pretty much gave you everything you need
<oliv3r> this is completly unrelated to allwinner's SoC btw, it's a pure android question :)
<DarkGamer0690> it is saying that su needs to be updated
<oliv3r> adb reboot recovery; wget ; adb install org.fdroid.superuser_1017.apk; done
<oliv3r> you though be able to almost copy paste that ;)
<oliv3r> or atleast give you enough content to search with :)
<DarkGamer0690> i try to install it and it says there was an error installing superuser.
<oliv3r> DarkGamer0690: is your tablet in recovery mode?
<oliv3r> e.g. CWM?
<DarkGamer0690> no
<oliv3r> i told you this 3 times allready, press the shut down button, say 'reboot -> recovery'
<DarkGamer0690> it only has Android Recovery <3e>
<oliv3r> or
<oliv3r> do adb reboot recovery
<DarkGamer0690> cwn isn't installed
<DarkGamer0690> cwm*
<DarkGamer0690> i'll be back soon
<oliv3r> adb reboot recovery doesn't do anything?
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<oliv3r> it should put the phone into recovery mode; doesn't matter what recovery mode it is, as long as you can do adb shell and get a root shell your good
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<steev> hmm
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<oliv3r> ho! almost time to go home
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<arokux1> oliv3r: they call it cubietruck in the shop:
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<arokux1> mnemoc: you there?
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<arokux1> ssvb: from the description it can run on battery. do you know which one?
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<oliv3r> quiet day today
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<ssvb> oliv3r, mnemoc: did you get your CT up and running?
<oliv3r> running fine, having issues?
<oliv3r> i posted the fex file and initial u-boot support
<oliv3r> 2GB support i'll push to a personal wip branch later
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<ssvb> oliv3r: I just tried to boot the SD card taken from cubieboard2, and it booted, but the ethernet does not work right
<ssvb> oliv3r: thanks, will try to check the updated u-boot and fex
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<popolon> hi
<popolon> do you now where is the G2D option in menuconfig ?
<popolon> does virtio drivers and devfreq will works on an a7 ?
<popolon> cotex-a7
<ssvb> popolon: you need stage/sunxi-3.4 branch to enable g2d in sun7i hardware
<ssvb> popolon: it is not in sunxi-3.4 yet
<popolon> oh, ok, thanks
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<ssvb> oliv3r: ok, updated u-boot and fex
<ssvb> oliv3r: does emac/gmac work for you on CT?
<oliv3r> i've only tried mainline emac driver, and that didn't work
<oliv3r> it loaded fine, mii did detect changes to the cable, but i got timeouts
<ssvb> ok, will try to use usb ethernet dongle for now :)
<oliv3r> i read the datasheet for the rtl PHY, and i think it's only GMII and RGMII (e.g. both Gigabit mii) which isn't compatible with the MII interface of the emac
<oliv3r> the gmac IS capable of servicing (r)mii and (r)gmii
<oliv3r> ssvb: have you tried 3.4?
<oliv3r> and why update the fex? i only added memory timings
<oliv3r> ssvb: got time to do a short test?
<arokux2> jukivili: ping
<oliv3r> the top 3 patches add 2G support
<oliv3r> ssvb: you should only see 1G atm
<ssvb> oliv3r: 1G is ok
<oliv3r> with those 3 patches you should get 2
<ssvb> I need to fix the network first
<jemk> oliv3r: GMII should be backwards compatible with MII.
<oliv3r> so a gmii shouuld work with our emac driver?
<oliv3r> excllent, unfortunatly iy doesnt :(
<jemk> maybe they changed the pinmux?
<oliv3r> according to the pio info we have it shouldn't have
<oliv3r> i'll double check and compare the fex file
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<oliv3r> but a10 is supposed to be pin compatible to a20
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<oliv3r> but yes, it could be a different mux on the same pisn
<Turl> ohai
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<oliv3r> Turl: hi
<oliv3r> hmm gmac vs emac mux looks diff
<oliv3r> some pins read as gpio input; highly unlikly
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<Turl> oliv3r: look in drivers/pinctrl/pinctrl-sunxi-pins.h for gmac
<oliv3r> in Aw code?
<oliv3r> ok usermanual says the pinmappins are exactly identical, so fex file must be wrong
<Turl> oliv3r: on mainline
<oliv3r> Turl: how's that helping?
<oliv3r> Turl: oh how it's odne there;y eah
<oliv3r> but i'm using the emac driver, so that should still be identical; i tried the emac driver, with a gbit PHY
<oliv3r> so maybe the PHY needs to be configured a little bit differently, i don't know
<oliv3r> i need to get 3.4 running using emac and gmac drivers
<Turl> what is it shipping with, aw 3.4 kernel?
<jukivili> arokux2: pong
<arokux2> jukivili: I've did additional investigations.
<jukivili> arokux2: did you find out why integraded rtl8192cu does not work?
<arokux2> jukivili: if I insert udelays at writes to usb I get rid of errors
<arokux2> jukivili: then that error "link is not ready" comes from IPv6, which is totally irrelevant
<jemk> oliv3r: I think some pins are swapped, pa14 and pa15 for example
<oliv3r> Turl: not sure, i'm guessing 3.3; it's android without u-name
<oliv3r> the usermanual dissagree's jemk
<jukivili> arokux2: strange.. the external rtl8192cu I have worked without such hacks
<arokux2> jukivili: now using -D nl80211 with supplicant actually does something! (was using supplicant without that -D option)
<Turl> oliv3r: dmesg|head :)
<jemk> for emac txck is on pa14, for gmac its in pa15
<oliv3r> Turl: let me hook it up
<arokux2> jukivili: I think those usb errors can be harmless, but not sure. investigating....
<oliv3r> the fex file seems wrong
<oliv3r> jemk ohh wait
<jukivili> arokux2: I think I have seen similar errors with the integraded rtl8192cu with mk802, with v3.4 kernel
<jukivili> arokux2: after unloading and reloading rtl8192cu module
<arokux2> jukivili: yeah, such error appear in 3.4 too, but seldom.
<arokux2> jukivili: my question to you will be why usb is so much faster in mainline
<oliv3r> jemk: GNULL/ERXERR For example
<oliv3r> PA9 is unconnected for gbit PHY
<oliv3r> well i haven't wrapped my head around it all the way
<Turl> oliv3r: maybe the phy supports both GMII and MII and those are the matching muxings for AW's favorite phy so one soldered chip works with both? :P
<oliv3r> Turl: GMII is supposed to be backwards compatible according to jemk
<oliv3r> i thought so too btw
<jukivili> arokux2: small changes over long time.. what I find odd is that external device works without problems.. maybe integraded devices are wired somehow differently
<arokux2> jukivili: maybe I'm configuring it incorrectly. did you use nl80211?
<Turl> jukivili: are you connecting it directly to the device or is a hub in the middle?
<Turl> (internal or external)
<arokux2> jukivili: it works now!
<arokux2> it fucking works!
<oliv3r> what I think, for example that RXERR and TXERR where completly dropped from the GMII spec; hence, GNULL for gmac
<jukivili> arokux2: yes.. however wext / nl80211 should not matter. The wext compatibility layer within kernel uses cfg80211/nl80211.
<jukivili> Turl: directly
<jukivili> arokux2: ok ok :)
<arokux2> jukivili: ppl from #linux-wireless recommend to use nl80211.
<arokux2> jukivili: i'll try both
<arokux2> jukivili: so why do you think usb transfers got faster?
<oliv3r> jemk: i don't quite understand the swap of pa14 and pa15
<oliv3r> pa14 is GNULL/ETXCK; PA15 is GTXCK/ECRS
<arokux2> jukivili: I know exactly what part causes problems
<arokux2> jukivili: drivers/net/wireless/rtlwifi/rtl8192c/fw_common.c
<oliv3r> jemk: and how does that work when gmii is backwards compatibel with mii; i guess the protocol is, the pins don't have to be
<arokux2> juanfont: _rtl92c_write_fw ---> _rtl92c_fw_block_write ---> rtl_block_fw_writeN
<arokux2> jukivili: ^
<oliv3r> so the PHY reconfigures its pins too, e.g. when it's in 100mbit 'mode', 'pa14' on the PHY side is TXEN
<jemk> oliv3r: but maybe i'm wrong, looks like gmac uses rgmii and i don't know if rgmii is compatible with mii (guess not)
<arokux2> jukivili: delays everywhere (will find later which ones are crucial) make these errors disappear
<oliv3r> jemk: not at all
<oliv3r> reduced rgmii is less pins afaik
<oliv3r> but the PHY does both
<arokux2> jukivili: but then sometimes delays won't help.
<arokux2> jukivili: did you try your wifi module with WPA or without?
<jukivili> arokux2: access point has WPA2-PSK. I used wpa_supplicant with nl80211
<arokux2> jukivili: it works without nl80211 too.
<arokux2> jukivili: you know what?! it worked all the time. those detected XactErr were irrelevant!
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<oliv3r> Turl: <5>[ 0.000000] Linux version 3.3.0+ (build@build-System-Product-Name) (gcc version 4.6.3 20120201 (prerelease) (crosstool-NG linaro-1.13.1-2012.02-20120222 - Linaro GCC 2012.02) ) #4 SMP PREEMPT Wed Sep 11 17:13:27 CST 2013
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<oliv3r> lots of errors from emac
<oliv3r> <4>[ 124.432582] gmac_tx: curr 1769, dirty 1768
<oliv3r> <4>[ 124.483100] gmac_tx: curr 1770, dirty 1769
<oliv3r> dunno what it means
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<jukivili> arokux2: ok
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<arokux2> jukivili: have you tried to download some big file and tested the speed?
<arokux2> jukivili: testing download speed now. it is around 300-400KB, but download freezes for a long time. it will then restart and continue.
<arokux2> jukivili: and I get this in dmesg:
<jukivili> arokux2: I get ~30Mbit/s
<arokux2> juanfont: 3.75MB/s wow.
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<arokux2> jukivili: what exact wifi adapter is it?
<arokux2> jukivili: mine is: RTL8188CUS
<jukivili> 2001:3308 D-Link Corp. DWA-121 802.11n Wireless N 150 Pico Adapter [Realtek RTL8188CUS]
<arokux2> jukivili: hm.... mine is much slower.
<arokux2> jukivili: maybe it doesn't boil down to the chip itself.
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<Turl> oliv3r: you paste stuff to yourself? :p
<Turl> oliv3r: looking good I suppose :)
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<oliv3r> THAT'S FROM 3.3
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<Turl> oliv3r: ah
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<arokux2> jukivili: hm.. my root is on NFS, so my test is download from internet and upload to server where the rootfs is hosted.
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<popolon> please does someone know where to find the options to activate the g2d module in stage sunxi-3.4 kernel ?
<arokux2> wingrime: ^
<popolon> that's for a cubieboard2, I used the sun7i_defconfig template
<Turl> were the patches merged?
<jukivili> arokux2: I downloaded test file with wget to /dev/null
<Turl> I saw some discussion on g2d recently on the ML, I don't think they were yet
<arokux2> jukivili: which driver were you using? realteks is faster than in-kernel one for 3.4....
<popolon> Turl, do you mean for A20, or for both A10 and A20 ?
<popolon> thereis is g2d driver in drivers/char/sun4i_g2d <= depend on sun4i
<Turl> popolon: yeah G2D support only sun4i still
<Turl> popolon: mainline has patches to add A20 support
<Turl> err, mailing list
<Turl> not mainline
<Turl> but they were not merged yet
<popolon> oh !
<popolon> ok, thanks
<popolon> still need stabilisation before reaching stage ?
<jukivili> arokux2: mainline rtl8192cu, with structure alignment fix
<arokux2> jukivili: I've compared mainline 3.4 vs realtek's: 1.23MB/s vs 600KB/s
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<popolon> Turl, thanks found ml entries
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<arokux2> jukivili: 8192cu is faster then rtl8192cu in 3.4
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<ssvb> popolon: it needs stabilization before reaching stable, g2d is already enabled for sun7i in stage -
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<oliv3r> 3.3 uses the gmac driver and it appears to work normally
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<popolon> ssvb, oh, ok, didn't use the good command to obtain the stage branche then
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<oliv3r> Turl: around still?
<Turl> oliv3r: sup
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<arokux2> Turl: wlan adapter works ;)
<arokux2> Turl: worked all the time actually...
<Turl> arokux2: how come?
<oliv3r> Turl: ok, for dts and u-boot naming, cubietruck or cubieboard3
<arokux2> oliv3r: CT is supposed to run on battery?
<oliv3r> Turl: the box says 'cubieboard3' and below cubietruck
<oliv3r> arokux2: no, but it potentially can
<oliv3r> arokux2: but so can olimexino a20
<oliv3r> cb1 can't, they didn't add the pins, but in theory it can
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<arokux2> oliv3r: yeah, my question if the same type of the battery will do.
<Turl> oliv3r: ask benn what name does he prefer? :)
<oliv3r> with a lipo batt, even a small one, you have a UPS :)
<oliv3r> LiPo yep
<oliv3r> Turl: he's gone till the 8th or 9th
<arokux2> oliv3r: 3.7V? same connector?
<oliv3r> arokux2: yep
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<Turl> oliv3r: ah right, there's some kind of chinese holidays these days
<oliv3r> Turl: i thought it was a new 'branch' but it actually is, cubieboard3
<oliv3r> so title:subtitle kind of thing
<Turl> well, we can always rename it I suppose :)
<oliv3r> Turl: i think of renaming it to cubieboard3
<Turl> cb3 should be ok
<arokux2> Turl: "link is not ready" was just some IPv6 stuff, those usb errors although present but seem to be harmless... I'm using wifi module with myrootfs.. so it works.
<arokux2> oliv3r: think about users
<arokux2> oliv3r: they buy a cubietruck...
<arokux2> do you want to explain to each of them that they really need a cb3 dts?
<oliv3r> they buy a product, that works; they don't hack with stuff ;)
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<oliv3r> with that reasoning, how will they even find the git tree, the gittree is called cubieboard2
<arokux2> Turl: I've spotted another issue though. 8192cu (realtek's driver) is 2x faster then in kernel one: tested with sunxi-3.4
<oliv3r> also, we can always add a cubietruck dts that only includes cubieboard3, like an alias :)
<arokux2> Turl: in mainline rtl8192cu is as fast as in sunxi-3.4, that means still 2x slower
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<Turl> oliv3r: you got mainline working already? :)
<Turl> with all leds? :D
<oliv3r> Turl: yep
<Turl> and 2G ram? :P
<oliv3r> yep
<oliv3r> i pushed the u-boot patches allready
<Turl> emac?
* Turl expects no
<oliv3r> well the 1gb version; 2gb version is pushed to my wip branch
<oliv3r> emac 'works' but i get no ip
<oliv3r> and tx timeouts
<oliv3r> so either emac driver doesn't work with this PHY
<oliv3r> or needs some sprinkles
<Turl> on linux or uboot?
<oliv3r> but other then that, it does 'work'
<oliv3r> oh u-boot i haven't tested
<arokux2> Turl: ok, maybe the difference is 1.5x
<Turl> oliv3r: what is cubietech shipping for ethernet?
<oliv3r> rtl8211e
<Turl> oliv3r: I mean driver :P
<oliv3r> 3.3 gmac
<Turl> is the driver too different from emac?
<oliv3r> we only have 3.4 gmac
<oliv3r> or 3.3 sun6i
<oliv3r> gotta look still; but shouldn't be hugely diff
<oliv3r> sun7i# mii info
<oliv3r> PHY 0x00: OUI = 0x0732, Model = 0x11, Rev = 0x05, 100baseT, FDX
<oliv3r> PHY 0x01: OUI = 0x0732, Model = 0x11, Rev = 0x05, 100baseT, FDX
<oliv3r> :)
<oliv3r> why do I get 2 phy's?
<Turl> dual phy for better performance! ;)
<Turl> looks like the same phy :P
<oliv3r> probably since it's in 100mbit mode now
<oliv3r> how do i manually setup tftp stuff to test
<Turl> oliv3r: run 'tftpboot' or such
<Turl> it'll complain
<oliv3r> i need an ip first :p
<Turl> repeat until it works
<Turl> yeah
<Turl> can be manually conf'ed
<oliv3r> ethaddr and serverip are env vars?
<Turl> there's also 'dhcp' on uboot
<Turl> yes
<Turl> hm, the gmac driver doesn't resemble the emac one at all
<Turl> for good apparently :)
<Turl> mdio is split
<oliv3r> hmm, dhcp requests bootp stuff but fails
<oliv3r> any way to force 'normal' dhcp
<oliv3r> maybe because the driver doesn't work :D
<oliv3r> yeah setenv ipaddr <addr>; ping <addr2> fails
<oliv3r> transmission led doesn't come on
<oliv3r> only the green led
<oliv3r> so emac doesn't like gbit PHY (yet)
<oliv3r> i'll go read the rtl manaul more to see if i spot anything interesting with regards to regular MII
<oliv3r> mripard: what do you prefer for the name, cubieboard3 or cubietruck. The title is cubieboard3 with a subtitle of cubietruck
<Turl> oliv3r: don't you need the gateway too?
<hno> oliv3r, I suspect that my cubietruck is waiting at the post office. haven't been able to collect the package yet.
<hno> arokux1, next week is still crazy here.
<arokux2> hno: I've got everything working with usb
<hno> arokux2, excellent!
<arokux2> hno: the in-kernel driver performs badly as compared to realtek's though :(
<arokux2> 1.5x difference.
<hno> realtek? wireless?
<arokux2> hno: yeah.
<arokux2> hno: this comparison is in 3.4. but nothing changes in mainline. rtl8192cu shows same speed - around 600-800KB/s
<arokux2> hno: 8192cu - 1.2MB/s and a bit more sometimes.
<arokux2> it is really strange, because the code of 8192cu is open for ages.
<hno> any difference in firmware used perhaps?
<arokux2> hno: no, it is the same.
<hno> ok. odd then I think.
<arokux2> hno: I'm going to report it to linux-wireless. this is just a byproduct of my usb hacking. however I'd like wlan adapter to perform fast, since I'm going to use mele as "production" machine
<hno> goodnight. Time to get some hours of sleep.
<arokux2> goodnight hno
<arokux2> oliv3r: you there?
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