rz2k changed the topic of #linux-sunxi to: Allwinner/sunxi development discussion - Don't ask to ask. Just ask and wait! - See http://linux-sunxi.org | https://github.com/linux-sunxi/ | Logs at http://irclog.whitequark.org/linux-sunxi | FOSDEM talks - http://dl.linux-sunxi.org/users/nove/sunxi_at_fosdem2014/
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<libv> cool, balika has been active!
<libv> now we need a confirmation about the uart, and this page is perfect as well
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<ccaione> plaes: was intentional replying only to linux-sunxi ml?
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<plaes> ccaione: oops
<mru> ccaione: is it intentional for your nick to be an anagram of cocaine?
<ccaione> mru: hahahaha not really it is just my name and surname joined in a non-smart fashion :D
<ccaione> plaes: :) I can reply CC-ing all the others if you want
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<ccaione> plaes: anyway it is because the .list_voltage is different
<plaes> ahh.. ok, that's what I missed :S
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<wens> ccaione: curious why you don't use a compatible for the regulator sub-tree (I see it in other DTs for other PMICs)
<wens> I'm not saying it's wrong, just interesting
<ccaione> wens: because the regulator set is embedded in the pmic, so if you define the pmic you also define the regulators set you have
<ccaione> and also because the mfd framework doesn't use DT for loading the sub-system, so it is useless
<ccaione> (see mfd_add_devices())
<wens> I see, so the ones that do use it are use of_find_....
<wens> *using
<ccaione> actually you could avoid using mfd_add_devices() & co to load sub-systems using DT, but I preferred this way
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<mripard> ccaione: mee too :)
<ccaione> yep (kudos to mripard :)
<mripard> kudos for what?
<ccaione> well, you suggested me to delete the compatible for PEK also
<mripard> ah
<ccaione> gosh, but do i have to resend all the 10 patches only for adding Lee in CC?
<wens> looks like mfd_add_devices does do DT node matching for all cells
<mripard> well, I don't deserve any kudos, you did the job.
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<ccaione> wens: IIRC the DT matching is done on the field of the cell ->of_compatible, so it is kind of "fake" matching
<wens> yeah, but it does set the of_node, wonder if this gets the driver core to do pinctrl, or the default clock stuff someone posted to arm-kernel
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<wens> hmm, something broke the gmac with the latest u-boot-sunxi from hans' tree
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<mnemoc> moin
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<razlept> Goodmorning
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<wingrime> Moin
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<mripard> ccaione: btw, you'll be happy, the A23 comes with yet another PMIC :)
<mripard> AXP223
<ccaione> argh, I should be hired by AXP
<ccaione> s/AXP/X-Powers/
<mripard> (A31's is AXP221)
<mripard> ccaione: you can always ask for your next job :)
<ccaione> yep, also because I'm thinking going freelance :)
<mnemoc> ccaione: chinese companies hire every european eng that goes and applies
<mnemoc> so just get a visa, start learning the basics of the language, and go to zhuhai
<daruksugarfree> hello everyone
<daruksugarfree> could i ask you guys for a bit of help please?
<mnemoc> daruksugarfree: second block in the topic, "Don't ask to ask. Just ask"
<ccaione> uhm, china is not the first one in my list of to-go countries. With my gf we are trying to move somewhere in scandinavia
<mnemoc> to compete with all former nokia guys
<ccaione> why not :)
<daruksugarfree> im trying to capture sound on i2s on the A10
<daruksugarfree> but the driver doesnt seem to make the capture device available to alsa
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<mripard> ccaione: finland is on my to-go countries as well :)
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<ccaione> :) yeah, together with sweden for me
<ccaione> mripard: if I have had no gf, I'd have left years ago
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<oliv3r> what's so interesting about scandinavia? NL is where it's at
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* mru left sweden long ago
<ccaione> mru: where are you now
<mru> I live in the uk
<mru> at this very moment I'm in india
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<libv> hrm, codekipper doesn't turn up much here anymore.
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<plaes> he seems to be active on weekends
<libv> yeah, mailed him now
<libv> his wiki page is really close, but still 2 questions remained
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<ssfaraj> hello
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<ssfaraj> I'm testing some allwinner A10 and A20 boards but some are not being detected by the computer
<ssfaraj> They cannot go into FEL mode
<ssfaraj> They are boards that we have developed ourselves
<libv> ssfaraj: are these proper embedded boards that no-one else will ever get in their hands?
<ssfaraj> We intend to make POS devices from them
<mru> piece-of-s**t?
<libv> mru: point of sale
<mru> I know
<libv> mru: you were not amusing.
<mru> sorry
<ssfaraj> I measured the PMU voltages and they all seem ok
<libv> ssfaraj: what do you mean with "not being detected by the computer"
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<ssfaraj> Normally when you connect an allwinner board in FEL mode it is usually detected by the computer
<ssfaraj> I have one that works ok in FEL mode
<ssfaraj> but the others cannot go into FEL mode
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<ssfaraj> normally if I connect an allwinner A10 board in FEL mode I see a usb device with the ID 1f3a:efe8
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<ssfaraj> unfortunately this doesn't happen for all the boards
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<ssfaraj> Is there anything I can check on the boards to identify the problem?
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<libv> ssfaraj: smells like a board assembly/hw issue to me
<libv> ssfaraj: not sure anyone here can really help, perhaps hno
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<ssfaraj> I have a board that works ok
<ssfaraj> And it is the same as the others
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<ssfaraj> ok thanks
<HeHoPMaJIeH> ssfaraj: do you have IC that controls USB OTG port ?
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<ssfaraj> I am using allwinner a10 processors
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<HeHoPMaJIeH> ok, but do you have any IC between CPU and OTG ?
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<ssfaraj> No, the allwinner processor has in-built OTG
<HeHoPMaJIeH> yes i know that,but my question is do you use some kind of power distribution IC to control OTG power ?
<wens> HeHoPMaJIeH: the AXP209 has support for that, but the drivers don't utilize it
<wens> the AXP209 controls power consumption over the OTG port. For OTG power supply, there should be a transistor switch or current limiting IC for that
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<ssfaraj> Is there a way I could find out if those processors are dead
<HeHoPMaJIeH> wens, i agree :)
<HeHoPMaJIeH> i am talking about Power Distribution IC like sy6820
<HeHoPMaJIeH> ot something familiar :)
<ssfaraj> What test can I do to the A10 to check if it ok, considering that all the LDO voltages are fine?
<HeHoPMaJIeH> ssfaraj: you use LDO's or AXP PMU ?
<libv> is otg even the issue?
<ssfaraj> AXP209
<libv> ssfaraj: do you see u-boot on the serial port when you trigger fel mode?
<libv> err, no u-boot, but some noise anyway
* libv fires up his a20 tablet again
<ssfaraj> I see some characters
<libv> random characters, or text?
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<razlept> hello
<ssfaraj> random characters that are not readable
<libv> ssfaraj: is there a difference on serial, when triggering fel mode, between the working and broken boards?
<razlept> i setup an usb0 network and i am able to ping both hosts..
<razlept> i cannot conenct at sshd running on olinuxino side
<razlept> netstat -ln list that server is listening at corrrect ip address at correct port...
<ssfaraj> Yes, in the working boards, I see some texts on serial especially if livesuit is running, but in the failed boards I don't see anything
<libv> razlept: once you can ping, it becomes a matter of os configuration.
<libv> razlept: check firewall settings, etc
<libv> ssfaraj: so even serial fails on the broken boards
<libv> ssfaraj: i would just label those boards as "broken"
<libv> ssfaraj: next time, don't use a chinese manufacturer
<libv> ssfaraj: but talk to olimex to get success rates way up
<oliv3r> wens: strange that you found that sun6i mem init stuff
<razlept> libv: If i connect with ethernet cable or wireless i can ping and also connect via ssh
<libv> razlept: are you certain that you are pinging through usb?
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<libv> ah, hrm, no
<razlept> yes..
<libv> that's not logical
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<razlept> yes.. that why i am asking and searching
<razlept> nc 22
<ssfaraj> ok
<libv> razlept: check firewall settings and such
<razlept> nc: using stream socket ; SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_6.0p1 Debian-4
<libv> razlept: but use google most of all, i doubt many others here have encountered such an issue
<libv> razlept: what os is this anyway?
<razlept> libv: computer -> gentoo , olinuxino - >debian
<razlept> libv: iptables is ACCEPT everywhere
<razlept> for usb0
<razlept> also i am searching from yesterday for that in google
<libv> oliv3r: there seems to be a conflict between http://linux-sunxi.org/Cubieboard2 and http://linux-sunxi.org/A20-Cubieboard
<wens> oliv3r: I was digging for sun6i u-boot stuff last week :p
<wens> oliv3r: also codekipper found u-boot for a23 in the SDK
<wens> no .git, so not sure how to import it into u-boot-sunxi for everyone
<libv> improv is late to the party
<wens> libv: I asked my friend to solder cables to the UART pads for me, hopefully get it back in a couple weeks
<libv> and not as full featured as the cubies or olimex boards
<libv> and not nicely packaged for a non-development device
<wens> HeHoPMaJIeH: nope, nothing fancy like that AFAIK
<libv> wens: you will never be a fully accomplished human being if you cannot wield a small soldering iron yourself :ppp
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<libv> it really is not that hard to solder on to some pads :)
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<wens> libv: my hands are shaky :(
<libv> wens: drink less :p
<HeHoPMaJIeH> or drink more :)
<wens> libv: I don't drink
<libv> yeah, sorry, just joking
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<HeHoPMaJIeH> :)
<wens> :)
<codekipper> wens: I've brought down a u-boot-2011.09 so can put together a patch which someone else can apply to a branch on the linux-sunxi git
<wens> HeHoPMaJIeH: that's just a current limiting regulator
<razlept> libv: :P
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<HeHoPMaJIeH> wens: according to datasheet "..ultra-low Rds(on) switch with
<HeHoPMaJIeH> programmable current limiting..."
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<wens> there are no pins to do any online programming
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<daruksugarfree> I'm trying to capture sound on i2s on the A10, but the driver doesnt seem to make the capture device available to alsa
<daruksugarfree> after fiddling a bit in the kernel module code I've managed to get the device to appear, but arecord gives an I/O error when I try to capture from it
<daruksugarfree> where should I look next? I'm so stuck...
<libv> hrm, 76 devices on our wiki, 48 of which need a lot of work.
<libv> 3-4 more i can fix with some further spit or polish.
<razlept> libv: there is something wrong with the g_ether
<razlept> driver..
<razlept> i close all other network interfaces.. close iptables .. assign ip netmask and setup dhcp.
<razlept> both hosts can ping but cant connect via ssh
<libv> razlept: it's not the driver.
<libv> razlept: it's something else
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<ccaione> uhm broonie has a point
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<razlept> libv: i am doing the same proccess with my android phone.. and it can connect at my ssh server.. i cant connect only with the olinuxino
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<Valduare> morning
<razlept> basicaly it just connects after ~1 min of waiting
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<mripard> ccaione: indeed
<mripard> ccaione: and this is just nitpicking, but it would be great if you could follow the same convention that we use for the other nodes
<mripard> ie compatible, then reg, then clocks/interrupts/dmas/resets, then the rest
<mripard> this is not a "hard" convention, but i'd like to have everything looking pretty much alike
<ccaione> mripard: agree
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<ccaione> mripard: agree with the last comment of broonie also unfortunately that piece is taken from aw code :D
<ccaione> I'll try to fix everything during the we
<razlept> libv: found the problem
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<libv> razlept: what was the issue?
<razlept> mtu
<wingrime> libv: are you aware about HW bug in scaller
<libv> really?
<razlept> but i cant set mtu on olinuxino
<razlept> i get RTNETLINK answers: Device or resource busy
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<libv> wingrime: why?
<libv> wingrime: so, not really, or not that i remember
<libv> wingrime: but what issue are you seeing?
<razlept> changing that on gentoo can connect on ssh from olinuxino just fine
<razlept> but from gentoo -> olinuxino .. hangs
<wingrime> libv: 1) problems with negative position layers
<libv> razlept: the g_ether driver might be broken
<libv> wingrime: nope
<libv> wingrime: that's just disp being stupid
<libv> wingrime: the limit is width + offset <= 8k
<wingrime> libv: ssvb also know about this
<libv> negative limit seems to be 8k as well
<libv> wingrime: that's just disp
<libv> the hw is happy until _quite_ far
<wingrime> libv: 2) problems with big layers
<libv> it's properly checked for with sunxi-kms
<libv> razlept: keep it in channel
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<razlept> should i report it some how ?
<wingrime> libv: try decode 4k video with disp and linux-vdpau
<libv> razlept: it's probably an issue with the g_ether driver, which is not sunxi specific
<wingrime> libv: very funy distortion
<libv> wingrime: that might be the front end
<jemk> wingrime: thats no bug, its too slow, not enough memory bandwidth
<libv> wingrime: the colour conversion engine
<libv> which i bypass completely
<libv> the layers are something else entirely
<libv> colour conversion + scaling
<razlept> libv: anyidea where can i report ?
<libv> razlept: check for fixed to the g_ether driver for newer kernel versions
<wingrime> libv: yes it can be mem bandwidth
<libv> razlept: we're at 3.4, check the changelog for this driver for the next few generations
<libv> razlept: it pays to search for "g_ether mtu" on google
<libv> (duh.)
<wingrime> libv: but, with negative position , thats maybe HW or disp bug
<libv> wingrime: disp
<libv> i am not sure whether i checked with 4k though
<libv> but other resolutions were happy whichever way
<razlept> libv: and i have just to copy the source from the newer kernel related to g_ether ?
<libv> razlept: NO!
<wingrime> jemk: I played with uboot and cedar, and looked at general regs more once
<wingrime> jemk: seems some counters are sun3i only
<wingrime> jemk: but we have one unlisted
<wingrime> jemk: and many , many buffer registers
<razlept> libv: aa you mean to find a patch ?
<libv> razlept: or multiple patches.
<libv> it's called backporting.
<razlept> ok.. i will search and report back in case it worth adding them on linux-sunxi
<razlept> libv: thank you
<razlept> have to leave..
<razlept> bb
<libv> razlept: first google for g_ether and mtu
<razlept> i done it before.. anyway.. i will search again
<razlept> thanks again
<razlept> bb
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<jemk> wingrime: something called maf (motion adaptive ?) is also located int general regs, it is used with interlaced h264
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<jemk> wingrime: btw, you said cedar would have some alpha blend function, do we have anything that makes use of it?
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<wingrime2> jemk: still no
<wingrime2> jemk: nevertheless, 038-048 are buffers , 030,034 are looks control flags for it
<wingrime2> jemk: in general register set
<jemk> wingrime2: 0x30-0x4c are used when .use_maf is set in libcedarx
<libv> f for filter?
<wingrime2> jemk: .use_maf ?
<jemk> struct vconfig_t { ... u8 use_maf; //* whether use MAF to help deblocking;
<wingrime2> Motion Adaptive Filtering (MAF)
<wingrime2> quite intersting
<wingrime2> so it need 6 buffers
<wingrime2> thats means 3 C/L
<wingrime2> thats means 2 in frames and one for output
<jemk> it also appears in disp source code as deinterlace mode
<jemk> 0: weave 1: bob 2: maf 3: maf-bob
<wingrime2> jemk: config bits should be in 0x30 0x34
<mru> people still use interlacing?
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<wingrime2> looks like it requires some frames to do it
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<wingrime2> jemk: also very instersting 31bit in 0x5c
<wingrime2> jemk: it Read only, buf after write some numbers are shown in 0x60-0x7c (RO)
<wingrime2> jemk: thats happend only after write to it, but value in that reg not changes at all, after write I was unable clear that resg
<wingrime2> *regs
<wingrime2> jemk: but values sometimes are different
<wingrime2> it looks depend on some others reg but not find witch one
<jemk> wingrime2: yes, but write to 0x60-0x7c without setting bit32 in 0x5c
<wingrime2> jemk: and than?
<wingrime2> jemk: (I need reboot to uboot to see it)
<jemk> wingrime2: they can be written
<wingrime2> jemk: f8 turn on fc
<wingrime2> jemk: and values are looks alike
<wingrime2> 07f3a593
<wingrime2> d0-d8 also some bugffers
<wingrime2> *buffers
<wingrime2> e0e4 looks config for it
<wingrime2> e8-f4 - RO
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<wingrime2> ftp://relay.alkotel.ru/service/eBOOK/TB-436/Diagrams/TeXet_TB-436_Electric%20diagrams.pdf SUN3i tablet scheme
<wingrime2> if there anyone who need it )
<libv> wingrime2: nice
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<vector80> Hi, is it possible to display any image during uboot over HDMI ?
<libv> vector80: yes, it is possible
<libv> vector80: but no, it is not implemented.
<vector80> Hi libv, thank you very much for the answer...
<Turl> I have mirrored it for posterity :)
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<wingrime2> vector80: alwinners uboot should work
<vector80> wingrime2: what is that mean
<libv> Turl: no, not f20
<libv> f1e200
<wingrime2> libv: it same
<vector80> You mean, allwinner's uboot can display an image over HDMI ?
<libv> really? didn;t know that
<wingrime2> vector80: nono
<Turl> we can move it if it's different directory
<wingrime2> vector80: I mean allwinners boot chain have uboot
<Turl> I think it's boot0/1/axf who displays logo to screen
<vector80> yes, we all know boot0, boot1, uboot...etc
<Turl> libv may know, he fiddled with it
<wingrime2> Turl: yes we have soure for it
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<wingrime2> vector80: you can try build boot from a20 sdk
<vector80> Ok, show logo on the LCD could be OK, but how to do that on HDMI ?
<wingrime2> vector80: boot1 have full DISP sources
<wingrime2> vector80: so it should
<libv> i just replaced the bitmap on the nand
<Seppoz> hey guys, im getting stuff like serial8250: too much work for irq20
<vector80> Ok, here is my question... I have used soo many devices that show a BATTERY logo or something else over LCD
<Seppoz> any idea what that is cased by?
<vector80> But I have never seen any AW device that show a logo on HDMI
<wingrime2> libv: thats crappy DISP are in boot too, actualy boot is part outdated sun3i rtos
<wingrime2> libv: I can send you file with melis function names
<vector80> Anyway, thanks for your helps
<libv> vector80: bringing up hdmi takes power, and if you use u-boot you should be either fast or you should show the uboot command line
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<libv> vector80: why do you suddenly find this that important?
<libv> imho there is different things we should be worried about
<libv> also, htpc devices tend to show logos over hdmi
<libv> but no battery, as they tend to have none
<libv> and by the time the monitor has become wise of there being a proper mode set to it, you're long into kernel territory
<wingrime2> http://www.sochip.com.cn/ heh still there
<Turl> wingrime2: what's that?
<wingrime2> more one allwinner name
<Turl> libv: if you use my monitors, I'd say your system is booted already :p
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<wingrime2> "With advanced self-developed video decoding technology, F1C100 becomes the ONLY processor in the market that can decode 720p video in all formats with only 4MB NOR FLASH and 16MB SDRAM. In the mass production of final products, NOR bootloader burning is much easier and faster than NAND FLASH."
<wingrime2> jemk: ^
<vector80> libv: Sorry for delay
<vector80> It is not much important
<vector80> current biggest trouble is the MMC driver
<vector80> while I was trying that, I just tought about it
<vector80> Sorry but I have to leave now
<vector80> I will try to give you more details about MMC driver issue
<vector80> see you
<vector80> bye
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<Valduare> any of you guys familiar with ubuntu MaaS
<daruksugarfree> bye
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<Seppoz> hey guys, im getting stuff like serial8250: too much work for irq20, any idea that that means?
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<wingrime2> libv: can you introduce me about our branch with all non-acepted patchsets
<wingrime2> libv: what are we support currently
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<MarkusR> Is there a way to get a display (hdmi/vga) running with A20 (cubietruck) and the latest kernel?
<Turl> markusr: if by "the latest kernel" you mean 3.4.x, then yes
<Turl> otherwise no
<Turl> Valduare: what's that?
<Valduare> Turl: metal as a service
<MarkusR> Turl: I meant >3.10, I want to test with kvm.
<Valduare> manages phsyical servers similar to how you can do virtual machines
<Valduare> apparently they got it working with arm as well, but needs uboot setup specifically that can pause and get kernel over network
<Valduare> similar to pxe
<Turl> Valduare: cool
<MarkusR> Turl: is the display support coming soon?
<Turl> markusr: you'd have to ask libv
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<montjoie[home]> hello does it is possible to use a sunxi-devel kernel without initramfs ?
<Turl> markusr: but if I had to take a stab at a timeframe, I'd say a bunch of months
<Turl> montjoie[home]: yes it is
<Turl> montjoie[home]: you can use MMC or SATA with sunxi-devel
<mripard> montjoie[home]: or nfs
<montjoie[home]> I ask that because of bootm 0x<kernel-address> 0x<initramfs-address> 0x<dtb-address>
<montjoie[home]> if I does no initramfs, what I need to set ?
<Turl> montjoie[home]: "-"
<mripard> " _ "
<mripard> hmm, yes, like Turl said :)
<MarkusR> libv: How far is the display support in mainline kernel?
<montjoie[home]> lol it is written 2 lines after
<Turl> markusr: hi btw :)
* montjoie[home] flee with shame
<Turl> err mripard ^
<mripard> Turl: hi :)
<MarkusR> Turl: hi as well :)
<Turl> markusr: mainline doesn't have DMA yet, so it's a long way still. libv is working on getting it neat on 3.4
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<MarkusR> Turl: I am not that into Kernel hacking. Just looking for a suitable hardware platform
<wingrime2> Turl: what have sunxi-devel that mainline not have ?
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<mripard> wingrime2: mostly touchscreen, MMC, buttons, AXP209, and A31 dma controller
<mripard> that's all I can think of right now.
<Turl> mripard: SATA as well I think
<mripard> SATA's been merged
<wingrime2> i must choose branch where I update my IR driver before I send it
<Turl> mripard: ah ok
<mripard> wingrime2: sunxi-next. Always.
<wingrime2> mripard: sunxi-kms are still not there ?
<mripard> nope
<mripard> libv wants to make it work first on 3.4
<mripard> which makes sense
<wingrime2> mripard: how much sunxi-kms are workable?
<mripard> especially since we still don't have the DMA on the !A31
<mripard> I have no idea.
<wingrime2> mripard: only you have A31 hw
<wingrime2> mripard: err, As I remebere disp not need dma ??
<wingrime2> mripard: dma used for sound, nand ,..
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<mripard> hans has A31 hardware too
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<sabayonuser> hello everyone. I'm having a problem with building u-boot + spl on my laptop to be able to cross compile a kernel for the cubieboard2
<mripard> wingrime2: hmmm, right.
<sabayonuser> I'm getting the message "Makefile:485: *** System not configured - see README".
<wingrime2> mripard: still not popular choise here
<wingrime2> sabayonuser: are you readed uboot github wiki?
<sabayonuser> wingrime2: I read linux-sunxi wiki for u-boot
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<sabayonuser> it contains basically the same
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<mripard> wingrime2: the A31?
<wingrime2> wingrime2: yes
<mripard> yeah, the fact there's no dev board easily available, plus that it has a powervr makes it the ugly duckling
<wingrime2> mripard: what difference between sunxi-next and sunxi-devel?
<mripard> wingrime2: sunxi-next is everything that has been merged, sunxi-devel is sunxi-next + everything that has been posted
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<sabayonuser> can anyone give me a hint on whats could be the problem?
<mripard> hence, sunxi-devel is possibly subject to heavy rewriting
<wingrime2> mripard: mmc present in next?
<mripard> wingrime2: nope, it's not been merged yet
<jemk> sabayonuser: make Cubieboard2_config
<wingrime2> mripard: Yeax, now I will confiure mainline setup, and then I will update my IR driver, and send [RFC] to sunxi list
<mripard> wingrime2: great :)
<sabayonuser> jemk: seems to work, thanks!
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<wingrime2> mripard: Specify LOADADDR on the commandline to build an uImage
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<wingrime2> mripard: ok 0x4600000 is fine
<Turl> wingrime2: export LOADADDR=0x40008000
<wingrime2> Turl: I used 0x46000000 as in wiki
<Turl> wingrime2: 0x46000000 is uboot load address
<wingrime2> Turl: fatload mmc 0 0x46000000 uImage
<wingrime2> Turl: whats wronh
<Turl> wingrime2: nothing
<Turl> wingrime2: but export LOADADDR=0x40008000; make uImage
<wingrime2> Turl: Turl ok
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<Turl> wingrime2: btw did you get mosh set up?
<wingrime2> Turl: not tryed
<wingrime2> Wrong Image Format for bootm command
<wingrime2> ## Booting kernel from Legacy Image at 48000000 ...
<wingrime2> wtf
<Turl> wingrime2: did you pass right order on bootm?
<wingrime2> etenv bootargs console=${console} root=${root} loglevel=${loglevel} ${panicarg} ${extraargs}
<wingrime2> fatload mmc 0 0x46000000 sun7i-a20-cubieboard2.dtb
<wingrime2> fatload mmc 0 0x49000000 ${kernel}
<wingrime2> watchdog 0
<wingrime2> bootm 0x46000000 - 0x49000000
<Turl> wingrime2: you have them swapped
<Turl> wingrime2: bootm kernel ramdisk dtb
<wingrime2> Turl: oh
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<wingrime2> Turl: ^
<wingrime2> Turl: more complite
<wingrime2> I have to enable early printk to see that
<Turl> wingrime2: looks like bootm command is wrong
<Turl> wingrime2: how are you configuring uboot? uEnv or boot.cmd?
<Turl> both it seems
<Turl> wingrime2: that is boot.scr contents?
<wingrime2> Turl: I mentoned it early, uboot sometimes behave strangle...
<wingrime2> Turl: sudo mkimage -A arm -O linux -T script -C none -a 0 -e 0 -d boot.cmd boot.sc
<Seppoz> Turl: you have any idea on that interrupt thing?
<Turl> wingrime2: boot.scr*
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<nove> fosdem videos can be removed from topic, they are all deleted
<Turl> nove: I'll do so then
<Turl> Seppoz: what thing?
<Seppoz> im getting stuff like serial8250: too much work for irq20, any idea that that means?
<wingrime2> Turl: yes, I just not copy pasted r to irssi
<Seppoz> and my cpu crashes
<Turl> wingrime2: what is on uEnv.txt? you also have that, maybe conflict
<wingrime2> Turl: sec
<wingrime2> Turl: thats why I early talked about strange behavior with uboot
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<Turl> wingrime2: are you sure you only have one boot.scr?
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<Turl> maybe you have second one inside boot/ or outside it or something
<wingrime2> alex@alex-main:~/a$ ls
<wingrime2> boot_3.4.cmd boot.cmd boot.cmd~ boot.scr lost+found script.bin sun7i-a20-cubieboard2.dtb uEnv.txt uImage uImage_3.4
<wingrime2> Turl: yes it is ext2
<wingrime2> Turl: U-Boot 2013.07-07841-g569c37d (Nov 02 2013 - 17:24:22)
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<wingrime2> Turl: if you want I can update it to more recent, but I sure there some bug in default build-in uboot script
<oliv3r> wens: what supprises me is, if rhombus/arm-netbook/lkcl had this stuff for almost 12 months; why didn't anybody bring it to us?
<wingrime2> libv: ping
<oliv3r> wens: also, i did find http://dl.linux-sunxi.org/SDK/A23-v1.0/unpacked/A23/lichee/brandy/u-boot-2011.09/arch/arm/cpu/armv7/sun8iw3/ ages ago; but it's the u-boot that depends on boot0/boot1, it doesn't have any raminit afaik
<Turl> wingrime2: try newer one
<wingrime2> Turl: ok
<Turl> wingrime2: if you are using mainline you want newer one from hans anyway
<Turl> wingrime2: to get 2nd core working
<Turl> Seppoz: I don't understand the code fully, but looks like some count of something drivers/tty/serial/8250/8250_core.c
<Turl> Seppoz: what kernel version are you using?
<wens> oliv3r: there's some ram (init?) code in the A23 kernel though
<Seppoz> Turl :3.4
<Turl> Seppoz: and you are using the AW uart driver right? what uart is this on btw?
<Seppoz> yes
<Seppoz> im not sure i think its uart7
<Seppoz> im not sure what this is cased by
<Seppoz> but my bets gues is uart 7
<Turl> Seppoz: what SoC btw? A10?
<Turl> UART 7 is interrupt 20 on A10
<wingrime2> Turl: also, I fixed maual with _config thing
<Turl> wingrime2: hm?
<oliv3r> mru: unfortunatly people use interlacing way to often. it's a horrible hack; which was usefully only in the analog ages. it shoudl have died years ago, but alas; we still have to deal with it. dvb-* os still often interlaced :(
<wingrime2> Turl: see last change ^
<Turl> wingrime2: both way are correct
<wingrime2> Turl: bioe
<wingrime2> Turl: nope
<oliv3r> that texet tablet uses an AXP-199 :)
<wingrime2> Turl: "Makefile:485: *** System not configured - see README"
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<wingrime2> Turl: without
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<wens> oliv3r: I might be mistaken :/
<Turl> wingrime2: "make Cubieboard" work fine here
<Turl> wingrime2: what did you run?
<wingrime2> Turl: thats not work for me
<Turl> hm
<Turl> updated uboot to latest and it doesn't work anymore
<Turl> oliv3r: ^ did that get removed?
<wingrime2> alex@alex-main:~/sunxi/u-boot-sunxi$ LANG=c make CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-gnueabihf- Cubieboard
<wingrime2> make: *** No rule to make target `Cubieboard'. Stop.
<Seppoz> what is the correct way of flasing uboot to sd?
<Seppoz> the new one
<Seppoz> Turl: 10 btw
<wens> oliv3r: I was looking at the arisc driver
<Seppoz> i used dd if=u-boot-sunxi-with-spl.bin of=/dev/sdc bs=1024 seek=32
<Seppoz> is that correct?
<wingrime2> Turl: same s** again
<Turl> Seppoz: dd if=u-boot-sunxi-with-spl.bin of=/dev/sdX bs=1024 seek=8
<oliv3r> mripard: a23 will make a31 less ugly :p
<wingrime2> Turl: I thinking add mmc install to our wiki
<wingrime2> oliv3r: any idea http://paste.debian.net/90255/
<Turl> wingrime2:
<Turl> ** Unrecognized filesystem type **
<Turl> ** Unrecognized filesystem type **
<Turl> Unknown command 'watchdog' - try 'help'
<Turl> those are from your script
<Turl> are you sure fs type is right?
<Turl> wingrime2: you can use 'fsload' to autodetect type
<Seppoz> ok here is my problem
<Seppoz> with any new uboot i cant boot my kernel
<Seppoz> if i use the binary from marsboard webpage it works
<Turl> Seppoz: what kernel, and what 'new uboot'?
<oliv3r> wens: nope, the kernel uses the blob in the risc core, ar100 or something?
<Seppoz> uboot boots just fine
<Seppoz> but the kernel wont start
<Seppoz> same kernel, same script bin
<Seppoz> only difference is uboot
<Turl> Seppoz: can you enable earlyprintk?
<wingrime2> Turl: wachdog is my script problem (I have remove outdated )
<oliv3r> Turl: u-boot is capital sensitive again
<oliv3r> upstream isn't and that patch drops sometiems
<Turl> oliv3r: yes but 'make Cubieboard' (correct case) doesn't work now
<wingrime2> Turl: * Unrecognized filesystem type ** <--- thats just becose uboot firstly try fat
<oliv3r> but it should go upstream too imo
<oliv3r> Turl: let me test
<Turl> wingrime2: see line 32+
<oliv3r> Turl: do know, that the entire build system was changed I belive
<oliv3r> major makefile chagnes
<Turl> wingrime2: 32 start execution of your boot.scr
<oliv3r> works fine
<oliv3r> i put Cubieboard in my chosen_board.mk
<oliv3r> and it builds :)
<oliv3r> so the bsp works
<Turl> wingrime2: you wrote fatload on boot.scr, is first partition fat?
<Turl> oliv3r: try 'make mrproper; make Cubieboard' on latest uboot
<Turl> that used to work, but not anymore
<Turl> now you need 'make mrproper; make Cubieboard_config; make'
<Turl> wingrime2: wrong fs error *after* 'Jumping to ...'
<Turl> wingrime2: so wrong fs error from your boot.scr
<Turl> make sure your partition is fat
<wingrime2> oliv3r: fix Default environment
<oliv3r> Turl: i'll do rm -rf build/Cubieboard (which didn't exist to begin with)
<oliv3r> still works
<wingrime2> oliv3r: thats defenetly must be simplifed
<wens> oliv3r: yeah, there's a driver (drivers/arisc) that has something that parses [dram_para] from the fex file
<oliv3r> Turl: i think you always had to do that; but a lot of the sunxi specifc stuff has been dropped from the makefiles
<oliv3r> wingrime2: send a patch upstream :)
<wens> and then feeds it to the openrisc core
<oliv3r> wens: so standby code we don't have
<oliv3r> wens: and u-boot code we don't have :)
<Seppoz> Turl: wwhat setting was earlyprintk aain?
<oliv3r> we're screwed :p
<wens> oliv3r: we have the blob :/
<oliv3r> wens: but, sun8i uses the same as sun7i :)
<oliv3r> wens: yeah but i doubt the risc core can bring up the ram initially :)
<Turl> Seppoz: DEBUG_LL, choose the right sunxi uart, EARLY_PRINTK, pass earlyprintk on cmdline/bootargs
<oliv3r> wens: but sun8i uses the same memory controller (but in single channel fashion) as sun6i
<oliv3r> wens: and we have boot01 code for that, and now we have u-boot code for that
<wens> sounds promising!
<oliv3r> so using that as a base, we can hopefully get sun8i working
<oliv3r> wens: well you found the u-boot code for sun6i :)
<oliv3r> AND eva promised boot01 code for sun8i, which I will bug her about, once we I get my tablet and actually can start hacking :)
<wens> oliv3r: yeah I looked for that because I thought sun6i and sun8i have the same controller :)
<oliv3r> i think they do; the fex parameters seem to indicate it to be so
<oliv3r> dram_para*
<oliv3r> but righ tnow, we have nothing :(
<oliv3r> so lets hope :)
<libv> wingrime2: ?
<wingrime2> libv: what currently sunxi-kms can?
<wingrime2> Turl: http://paste.debian.net/90262/ I fixed script, but now no console output
<Seppoz> CONFIG_LLC=y
<Seppoz> its allready on
<wingrime2> libv: ok, I will take a look
<oliv3r> libv: i asked in #fosdem a few times, but no repsonce there, how do we get the video's linked to the talk pages?
<libv> you should just add a link on the pentabarf talk page
<Turl> wingrime2: did you pass console=ttyS0,115200 on bootargs?
<wingrime2> Turl: but early should works for a first time ...
<Turl> wingrime2: you need to pass earlyprintk on bootargs then
<Turl> wingrime2: and enable when building kernel (DEBUG_LL, EARLY_PRINTK, choose sunxi uart)
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<Seppoz> whatever i do it allways hungs when starting the kernel with new uboot
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<oliv3r> libv: yeah but is that the 'official and expected' way?
<wingrime2> Turl: same
<wingrime2> Turl: hung
<Seppoz> EARLY_PRINTK i dont even have in config
<Seppoz> sore thats the key?
<wingrime2> Turl: I have earlyprintk and EARLY_PRINTK
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<Turl> Seppoz: use search to figure out (/ key on menuconfig)
<Turl> wingrime2: and DEBUG_LL and choose sunxi uart?
<libv> oliv3r: i'd guess so
<wingrime2> Turl: and seems it worked when it reported problem with wrong machineid
<Turl> wingrime2: hm yes true
<wingrime2> Turl: yes
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<oliv3r> libv: bah; i wish i knew beforehand, i would have added the link ages ago
<Seppoz> ok found it, 1 sec
<Turl> wingrime2: try different load addr, long shot
<Turl> wingrime2: kernel 0x46000000 and dtb 0x49000000
<Turl> wingrime2: ah also you have dt relocation bug Loading Device Tree to 5fff7000, end 5ffff10f ... OK
<Turl> wingrime2: env set fdt_high ffffffff
<Seppoz> both is on, booting still stucks on Starting kernel ...
<Seppoz> so i just put back old uboot
<Seppoz> and it boots just fine
<Seppoz> with lowlevel dbug on
<Turl> Seppoz: did you choose right sunxi uart on menuconfig and pass earlyprintk on cmdline?
<Seppoz> well it works for other uboot
<Turl> with same env? maybe not
<Seppoz> yes
<Seppoz> well
<Seppoz> sec
<Seppoz> let me check
<Seppoz> i use default env
<wingrime2> Turl: http://paste.debian.net/90266/ same, with both
<Turl> wingrime2: paste boot.scr please
<Seppoz> old uboot
<Seppoz> any ideas?
<wingrime2> jtag
<Seppoz> my best guess is thats its a misconfigured ram
<Seppoz> is that even possible if uboot starts?
<Turl> Seppoz: uboot runs on ram so don't think so
<wingrime2> should we bisect?
<Turl> Seppoz: you can try some older tags and bisect
<Seppoz> whats bisect?
<Turl> wingrime2: sorry, boot.cmd :) don't need the garbage
<wingrime2> Turl: as you wish
<wingrime2> ))
<Turl> Seppoz: a git option do do binary bisection between a good and a bad version and find the bug
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<Seppoz> that sounds ugly
<Turl> wingrime2: where is earlyprintk? :)
<wingrime2> Turl: in uEnv.txt
<Turl> wingrime2: can you print bootargs before bootm to make sure it's sane?
<Turl> wingrime2: you used linux-sunxi/u-boot-sunxi sunxi branch?
<Turl> wingrime2: maybe you have same problem as Seppoz and uboot is broken by some recent cleanup
<wingrime2> Turl: I used this branch
<Turl> wingrime2: forgot checkout sunxi-test
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<Seppoz> when i use different ram settings i get different results on the boot
<wingrime2> Turl: ^
<Turl> ok, bootargs looks sane
<Seppoz> if i have working uboot
<Seppoz> can i somehow read the whol set of ram settings back in?
<Turl> wingrime2: git checkout sunxi-test, try again
<Seppoz> bootinfo or a10-meminfo
<Seppoz> which one works better
<wingrime2> alex@alex-main:~/sunxi/u-boot-sunxi$ git pull
<wingrime2> Already up-to-date
<wingrime2> Turl: ^^^
<wingrime2> ??
<Turl> wingrime2: git checkout sunxi-test, not git pull
<Turl> wingrime2: default branch on hans repo not sunxi-test
<wingrime2> Turl: ahh
<Turl> Seppoz: what do you mean by read the whole set? you want to check ram settings on runtime?
<Turl> use a10-meminfo for that
<oliv3r> (which needs to be revised at some point)
<wingrime2> Turl: I see same problem after make clean && make && dd
<Turl> wingrime2: paste new log
<Turl> wingrime2: you cut important part, uboot version :)
<Turl> wingrime2: can you paste kernel config as well?
<wingrime2> U-Boot 2014.04-rc2-01228-g6226917 (Mar 29 2014 - 01:13:17) Allwinner Technology
<Turl> wingrime2: that is still wrong version
<Turl> wingrime2: maybe try git reset --hard sunxi-test
<wingrime2> Turl: wait
<wingrime2> u-boot-sunxi-with-spl.bin
<wingrime2> are you build this?
<Turl> wingrime2: commit should be 6c34253a4f
<wingrime2> 6c34253a4fb0171b9bdd2b32f21d6cbebaf7d20d
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<Turl> yep that one
<wingrime2> sudo dd if=u-boot-sunxi-with-spl.bin of=/dev/sdc bs=1024 seek=8df
<Seppoz> so i just aquired data using the linux too, added exactly the same data to dram settings but it wont boot
<Seppoz> also its very strange
<Turl> wingrime2: df?
<Seppoz> does it autodetect the ram size in uboot?
<Seppoz> because my ram settings clearly say 1024
<wingrime2> Turl: typo
<Seppoz> but uboot says 512
<wingrime2> Turl: =8
<Turl> wingrime2: command look fine
<Turl> wingrime2: maybe try make mrproper, make ..._config; make again
<Turl> Seppoz: uboot does some basic detection by writing to the ram and seeing if values stick
<Seppoz> so it basically detects the size
<Turl> Seppoz: your log says 256 ->DRAM: 256 MiB
<Seppoz> because that must be new too then
<Seppoz> well
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<Turl> how much ram do you actually have?
<Seppoz> its 512
<Seppoz> 5210, but the working uoot says 1024
<Seppoz> *512
<Turl> o.O
<wingrime2> Turl: 0_0
<wingrime2> finaly
<Turl> wingrime2: ^^
<Turl> wingrime2: you should enable some filesystem now :D
<wingrime2> Turl: yeax
<Turl> wingrime2: and bisect why sunxi uboot is broken
<Turl> oliv3r: ^^^^
<wingrime2> Turl: nice
<wingrime2> Turl: cpuload are cool after allwinner's
<Turl> wingrime2: hm?
<wingrime2> Turl: it looks faster than 3.4
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<Turl> wingrime2: there is no cpufreq governor, maybe that
<Turl> wingrime2: compare to 3.4 with performance governor
<wingrime2> Turl: even performance
<oliv3r> Turl: whut
<wingrime2> Turl: ok, big thanks with uboot, tomorow, I will make new [RFC] to my IR driver
<oliv3r> for battery powered devices, ondemand or something is needed; but for power enabled devices, just throw it on performance io
<wingrime2> Turl: I just have remove stud for clock and little things...
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<Turl> oliv3r: hans' sunxi branch (and by extension I assume linux-sunxi's) uboot doesn't boot kernels
<Turl> wingrime2: :) you're welcome
<wingrime2> Turl: what problem with gonverors ? it should be all standart
<oliv3r> Turl: sunxi doesn't boot mainline
<oliv3r> Turl: hansg's sunxi-next-uboot doesn't boot 3.4
<oliv3r> wingrime2: the ondemand governor, makes performance 'feel' 75% of what it should do
<Turl> wingrime2: need cpufreq driver to modify clocks
<oliv3r> like when cpu is slow,g pu is slow too, and ondemand doesn't change that
<Turl> wingrime2: to maintain buses on freq range etc
<Turl> oliv3r: eh? sunxi should be able to boot mainline just fine right? you just don't get the 2nd core
<Turl> oliv3r: or what am I missing?
<oliv3r> Turl: true dat
<oliv3r> but i booted 3.4 with todays uboot on lime and truck
<Turl> try booting mainline
<oliv3r> meh
<oliv3r> :p
<wingrime2> nice day, but I have to sleep ))
<Turl> wingrime2: good night :)
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<oliv3r> same, nn all
<Turl> night oliv3r
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<oliv3r> #ifndef CONFIG_A50_FPGA
<oliv3r> interesting :)
<Turl> oliv3r: you read code while asleep? ;)
<oliv3r> haha, paulk-aldrin pinged me; but now he is gone it seems
<oliv3r> so i guessi should go too
<oliv3r> i wonder what a50 is
<Turl> oliv3r: maybe some cancelled product
<Turl> oliv3r: on AW's roadmap they have A3X, A6X, A7X, A8X, A9X
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<oliv3r> like a12 ...
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