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<wens> ssvb: i remember the 'ondemand' governor didn't work so well with some generation of amd cpus
<wens> ondemand really only works when the cpu clock rate can be ramped up really quick
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<PietreLinux> I want to communicate that sunxi-spain is already underway, we are translating sunxi.org full in Spanish, I have people who will update based on the original sunxi. a cordial greeting
<PietreLinux> Of course this website will be hosted on a public site funded by my
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<TheLinuxBug> KotCzarny: not sure why you guys crap on Android on Allwinner so much, it is quite possible to run a stable Android install on A20 and A10, have done it on both. A10 handles SD fine, A20 can do 720p, just don't expect 1080p on either and you'll be OK. A nice SDcard and it works pretty nice. Also, past the poorly made Android image from Allwinner SDK on OPi2+ which blocks root and uses shit DRAM settings, Android runs pretty stable on it.
<TheLinuxBug> Orange Pi PC also runs it pretty decently from SDcard and it actually has some better working versions out there which give good DRAM settings and allow 1080p video
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<TheLinuxBug> now if you want to play a bunch of games, not sure about that, that wasn't really my use case when testing.
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<TheLinuxBug> Played youtube fine though in all cases
<TheLinuxBug> One thing though worth noting is you don't really get to choose your version and mosty don't have new releases out like Android 6 from my review.
<TheLinuxBug> So you have to be okay with older version like 4.2.2 or 4.4.4
<TheLinuxBug> interesting about PietreLinux as I thought it was communicated that it wasn't wanted for linux-sunxi to be in any other language than English... but yet someone is translating it into Spanish... eesh
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<codekipper> wens: my OPi2 is now singing thanks to you.
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<apritzel> MoeIcenowy: ssvb: other H5 users: I pushed a U-Boot branch for the H5/OPi PC 2: https://github.com/apritzel/u-boot/commits/h5
<jelle> nice
<apritzel> it contains a libdram based DRAM init for now
<jelle> I hope my OPi PC 2 arrives soon :)
<apritzel> MoeIcenowy: ssvb: if you can give it a try, works best via FEL at the moment
<apritzel> jelle: ah, another tester ;-)
<jelle> apritzel: sure
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<apritzel> H5 users: pls let me (or the logs ;-) know how this works...
<jelle> apritzel: doubt I have it soon, ordered 10 days ago
<zoobab> H2 ordered yesterday
<apritzel> for using it one has to build a 32-bit SPL with sun50i_h5_spl32_defconfig and then the 64-bit U-Boot proper with orangepi_pc2_defconfig, and put the bits into FEL together with ATF
<jelle> hmm sounds complicated, but I bought it to try out 64 bit arm
<apritzel> wens: I made a change in there which affects sun9i as well (CONFIG_SUNXI_HIGH_SRAM), so if you could test it I'd be grateful
<apritzel> tty l8er
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<wens> codekipper: didn't you say it wouldn't boot anymore?
<wens> oh great... one of my cpus on the a80 is booted in secure mode :/
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<codekipper> wens: I did and I'm sure I tried again a couple of days later....tried with the armbian image and it booted. Then had another go with my netboot card and it worked. I'll push the patch when I see your stuff go in.
<codekipper> I had a look at i2s and spdif on the H3 yesterday...there is something up with the clocking...a 4 min track completes in 2secs..is there any patches that I've missed(currently sat ontop of your 23-h3-audio branch)
<wens> not that i know of
<codekipper> is it something that you can reproduce?
<wens> uh i don't have spdif codecs
<codekipper> you don't need to have it connected to anything.....
<wens> oh right
<wens> just play, huh?
<codekipper> just to reproduce the issue.
<wens> i dont think i have your repository configured
<codekipper> I can through together some patches...
<codekipper> I've not uploaded anything for a while....which board do you have?
<codekipper> better check that the pins isn't been used for anything important
<wens> opi pc
<codekipper> OK...I'll ping you some patches in a mo
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<KotCzarny> TheLinuxBug: i have only tried (by simple mistake of failing to boot sdcard ;) android bundled with opi+2e. the only thing that was working was file browser (which is quite nice actually) and video player. all other aps either crashed or were unavailable. im not talking about self-built android, im talking what is bundled/provided by vendors ;)
<KotCzarny> TheLinuxBug: and as im a complete noob when it comes to build android from scratch, i would yet have to see fool-proof step by step guide how to create it
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<montjoie> strange A64 is getting DMA timeout for PRNG/SHA384/SHA512
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<tkaiser> KotCzarny: There you go: http://filez.zoobab.com/allwinner/h2/201609022/ -- do a find for sys_config.fex to adopt sane throttling/dvfs settings and don't forget to upgrade kernel to 3.4.113 before! ;)
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<dr1337_> Does anyone know how I can apply snd_soc_dapm_force_enable_pin to a line out pin for the a23 codec?
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<agraf> ssvb: do you know if there's a nand reading fel tool?
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<KotCzarny> tkaiser: thx, will look at it, though i wanted some guide too ;)
<montjoie> lol found why sha384/512 doesnt work on A64, simply it do not support it
<KotCzarny> montjoie: is it advertised anywhere that it is?
<montjoie> no
<montjoie> just it is the same Crypto Engine
<montjoie> dont know why they removed it
<KotCzarny> maybe it was buggy
<KotCzarny> or maybe they needed silicon space
<montjoie> now I need to find why PRNG do not work
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<montjoie> KotCzarny: A64 have HMAC-sha256, so it was not for gaining space
<KotCzarny> tkaiser: quick question, is that h2.tar.gz just a packed version of those android/lichee dirs?
<KotCzarny> dont know if i have to download everything
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<IgorPec> kotczarny: nothing useful there
<KotCzarny> igorpec: i have mild interest in working android, preferably with easy guide how to build it
<IgorPec> ahaa, Android ... no idea
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<tkaiser> KozCzarny: The archive contains everything. Lost my local copy of both H2/H5 'SDKs' yesterday when doing UASP test ;)
<KotCzarny> lol
<KotCzarny> which chip/what happened?
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<tkaiser> KotCzarny: Only to confirm H2+ is UASP capable. Took the SSD lying next to me, mkfs.btrfs complained about FS already existing, used -f first and a second later: 'Ah, the BSP stuff is on this disk'
<KotCzarny> :)
<KotCzarny> not a great loss apparently
<tkaiser> Nope, only interesting piece in H2 SDK is xradio_wlan driver.
<tkaiser> agraf: Is SuSE hacking Nintendo? ;)
<agraf> tkaiser: no, just a few friends ;) not everything i do is suse related :)
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<plm> Hi all
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<KotCzarny> zoobab: that h2.tar.gz is really tar.bz2
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: You know that there exists a project for A64 to bring Android 7.0 to Pine64? Is based on community efforts, eg. longsleep's BSP kernel fork: https://github.com/ayufan-pine64/
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<KotCzarny> tkaiser: i dont own pin64, only h3 based devices
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: Then good luck with Android 4.4 -- that should serve as a hint regarding H5 soon ;)
<longsleep> montjoie: did you make some speed tests of the A64 crypto stuff? I disabled their kernel drivers for my Pine64 tree if i remember correctly
<KotCzarny> tkaiser, noob question, simply replacing kernel/uboot would make that pine64 android run on h3 ?
<montjoie> longsleep: last bench said perf/10
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: I doubt it, but to be honest: Zero interest in Android and almost zero clue as well
<montjoie> longsleep: with generic/arm linux implementation
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: But if A64 and H5 are pretty close then OPi 3 might be an little bit more interesting device for Android experiments (OPi 3 Plus with eMMC to be more precise)
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<Antitrack2> has anyone successfully installed the bpi-m3 so it boots from sata instead of from sd-card?
<tkaiser> Antitrack2: Me, but it's a really bad idea since this is not SATA but ultra slow USB
<KotCzarny> but it has SATA written on it, so it must be goood
<KotCzarny> so the question is, 'can any allwinner board boot from usb'
<Antitrack2> tkaiser: I have to do it, my boss forces me to do it since he ruined sdcards compiling freepascal code on the sd card, so we both know its bad, but I neeeeeed to do it - help plz
<KotCzarny> Antitrack2: you still have to boot uboot from any supported device (sdcard)
<Antitrack2> I have already read all the forum stuff how baaaad the usb2sata bridge is on the bpi-m3 , but .....
<Antitrack2> I know
<tkaiser> Antitrack2: If you use any of the not so crappy OS images from SinoVoip you can adjust the path to the rootfs in uEnv.txt
<Antitrack2> I d love to fix the proper files on the sdcard so the rest of the booting goes to "pseudo-sata", but all the docs on the net did not work
<KotCzarny> so the only possible way is to install uboot/kernel on sdcard (and nothing else) and make it boot to 'sata'
<Antitrack2> ok plz tell me which image to use
<Antitrack2> the img i have does not have anything in the uEnv.txt
<KotCzarny> also, who in the right mind uses pascal today
<Antitrack2> except the hw addr of eth
<tkaiser> Antitrack2: LOL, are cou kidding? They release 'beta images, only for test' since a year or so.
<Antitrack2> my boss loves pascal :D not me
<Antitrack2> Im not kidding
<KotCzarny> i know, the older we get, the harder to learn new tricks
<Antitrack2> Linux bpi-iot-ros-ai 3.4.39-BPI-M3-Kernel #1 SMP PREEMPT Tue May 3 13:47:01 UTC 2016 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux
<tkaiser> Antitrack2: For the really crappy older SinoVoip OS images it's desribed here: http://linux-sunxi.org/Banana_Pi_M3#Booting_from_different_device
<KotCzarny> ok, first things first, do you know anything about uboot and/or linux?
<Antitrack2> a lot about linux but that uboot gives me a headache, I modded all the files, copied everything to sata, edited the /etc/fstab, etc.etc. and it still boots from mmc....
<tkaiser> Antitrack2: For the newer ones somewhere in this famous bananapi.org forum, just ask aunt google: sata uenv.txt /dev/sda1 site:forum.banana-pi.org
<KotCzarny> you were apparently already having the thing working from sdcard, so my advice is: mount /home from usb, and leave os as it is
<Antitrack2> hmmm
<Antitrack2> but my boss doesnt want to
<jelle> seems that the sunxi wiki contains a lot more info the amlogic's mainline effort
<KotCzarny> he doesnt have to know. you can say its the only way
<KotCzarny> ;)
<Antitrack2> "grab the bsp" -> bsp ?
<Antitrack2> I am at that page now
<KotCzarny> think 'sdk'
<tkaiser> Antitrack2: There's eMMC on this board, move the rootfs to eMMC and put the home on pseudo-SATA. And if your boss complains then... grab a new boss
<Antitrack2> not so easy. what boss says I have to do. Yes, stupid. But what can I do.
<Antitrack2> grab the BSP and adjust sunxi-pack/chips/sun8iw6p1/configs/*/env.cfg -> BSP? where is this file
<KotCzarny> tkaiser, can bpi-m3 use mainline uboot simply?
<KotCzarny> or its not yet supported?
<Antitrack2> what IS this "uboot"
<KotCzarny> Antitrack2: think of it as a bios+grub
<Antitrack2> ok
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: Sure, but that's not necessary, works even with old crappy u-boot 2011.09 since those SinoVoip people learned that u-boot knows boot scripts in the meantime.
<Antitrack2> so where to find this "BSP" and what is it
<KotCzarny> tkaiser: but its easier and cleaner to just install new uboot instead of getting all dirty touching bsp uboot
<tkaiser> Antitrack2: It's linked from the wiki page. Time to stop here.
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: I don't care. This device is crap anyway. If you do 2 seconds research you will never buy it.
<tkaiser> It's just an entry in uEnv.txt so what the heck?!
<KotCzarny> i know. been there. i wanted to buy it because of specs. then seen linux-sunxi. then went with bpi-r1 ;)
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<Antitrack2> so what is "BSP" plz tell me
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<KotCzarny> sdk provided by vendor
<KotCzarny> generally allows you to create whole image for particular device
<Antitrack2> thxx
<Antitrack2> that looks helpful
<Antitrack2> ok
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<Antitrack2> the link to kaiser edv goes 403
<KotCzarny> and this is where it gets messy, as vendor bsps in the world of allwinner are very badly coded
<Antitrack2> you may wanna fix that
<Antitrack2> ok
<KotCzarny> and linux-sunxi is about saying 'f*ck the legacy, broken stuff and rewrite it properly'
<KotCzarny> unfortunatelly a80/a83t have the poorest support, almost close to nothing
<tkaiser> Antitrack2: thanks for the reminder, will now remove the whole directory :)
<Antitrack2> ok
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<Antitrack2> my boss will be pissed having bought several bpi-m3
<Antitrack2> :(
<KotCzarny> Antitrack2: i pity the fool
<Antitrack2> me too .... :)))
<tkaiser> Antitrack2: See above, it's uEnv.txt. Slow down, read carefully, adjust stuff and then realize that this device is crap anyway :)
<Antitrack2> he has phd (dipl.ing dr.techn) fooled by M3 :D
<KotCzarny> being smart in one field doesnt make you life smart
<Antitrack2> the native uEnv.txt does not contain anything but the hw address of eth0
<KotCzarny> which in this case would require finding board support state first and possible gotchas
<KotCzarny> Antitrack2: you can add things to uenv
<Antitrack2> how ?
<KotCzarny> text editor?
<tkaiser> Antitrack2: Slow down, read carefully, they described somewhere in their fabulous forum where these files reside. They're not there where you expect them
<Antitrack2> ok
<Antitrack2> but first i need bsp anyway. right ?
<tkaiser> Nope. Over and out :)
<KotCzarny> but anyway, you want this: boot from (sdcard or emmc?) and run from 'sata' ?
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<Antitrack2> nope???
<Antitrack2> KotCzarny: yes. how to do that ?
<KotCzarny> Antitrack2: 1/ get uboot and compile it: http://linux-sunxi.org/Mainline_U-Boot#Compile_U-Boot
<tkaiser> Unbelievable, it's easy and google search terms can be read above.
<KotCzarny> 2/ prepare sd card with uboot written properly and kernel in first partition
<KotCzarny> 3/ configure kernel cmdline line to include root=...properdevice...
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: This does not work with every OS image from them. But both of you have fun wasting time.
<tkaiser> s/every/any/
<KotCzarny> tkaiser: so, its not linux? or kernel is compiled wrong/crippled?
<tkaiser> Repeated myself already too often. Bye
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<nove> 214 idling, that is the first time over 200 (that i see)
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<rellla> nove: so what is responsible for that ~175->~215 push?
<nove> rellla: nintendo?
<rellla> yeah, maybe.
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<nove> even with this weird choice of hardware, with r16 when wanted to output hdmi
* nove wonders how much time will take for the unspeakable combination of two words come up in relation to the source released by nintendo
<KotCzarny> 'law suit' ?
<KotCzarny> 'gpl violation' ?
<nove> KotCzarny: be polite, there are people that get offered when faced by this bad words
<KotCzarny> just trying to guess which two words
<tkaiser> BTW: Xunlong released something called 'Debian server' for OPi PC 2: OrangePiH5_PC2.img.xz at http://pan.baidu.com/s/1dFj0EC5
<KotCzarny> o.O
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<jelle> :D
<nove> well, some people equal "asking for the license violations to be resolved" to mean "legal enforcement treats" when this is only possible to do by the copyright holders
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* nove is happy to not have copyright in the matter
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<wens> nove: you mean offended?
<oliv3r> hi!
<KotCzarny> nove, but more seriously, if it's only up to good will, only argument would be people caring and not buying violator's hw
<nove> wens: thanks, yes i meand offended
<KotCzarny> sad state of things is that people dont care as long it works. somehow.
<ksyz> KotCzarny if they did care, we would not have rpi.
<tkaiser> longsleep: Does this look like your simpleimage stuff? http://pastebin.com/cFiyb5dq
<montjoie> yeah, it seems A64 TRNG is working
<longsleep> tkaiser: hard to tell
<longsleep> tkaiser: would need the initrd output
<tkaiser> longsleep: Just in case: bddown_cli.py download http://pan.baidu.com/s/1dFj0EC5 took only 5 minutes ;)
<longsleep> tkaiser: that link gives a 404 for me
<KotCzarny> yup. its there
<KotCzarny> https://github.
<KotCzarny> com/longsleep/build-pine64-image/blob/master/kernel/make_initrd.sh#L49
<KotCzarny> uh. wrong link
<longsleep> KotCzarny: yes that seems to use my simple initrd
<longsleep> KotCzarny: who built that?
<KotCzarny> its the xunlong's debian 'server' tkaiser pasted
<longsleep> KotCzarny: ok, so they didnt try to do it themselves - thats something :)
<tkaiser> longsleep: Definitely! BTW: GbE needs some tuning in one direction: http://pastebin.com/Xm3euHXD
<longsleep> tkaiser: thats the OPi PC 2 ?
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<tkaiser> longsleep: Yes. And those guys doing software stuff also limited max cpufreq to 1008 MHz here :)
<longsleep> tkaiser: well, the log from KotCzarny does look ok to me, so tuning the details and patching up the Kernel to .104 should be a nobrainer
<terra854> tkaiser: What is the max frequency the H5 in the OPi Pc 2 can reach?
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<longsleep> the only thing i could complain about is that they boot with bootm and not with booti, which requires the kernel to be wrapped, but thats details
<longsleep> didnt check if their u-boot tree already has booti support
<tkaiser> terra854: According to the SDK 1200 MHz, I guess that's just Allwinner getting more cautios. In this image they limit it to 1008 MHz. I just check the dvfs operating points and if that looks good will reboot with 1200 MHz max :)
<tkaiser> Ah, no dvfs avaliable?
<longsleep> tkaiser: well you have the table in the device tree you posted
<longsleep> they even put the device tree in a subfolder, nice
<longsleep> looks like progress to me :)
<tkaiser> longsleep: Found it.
<tkaiser> longsleep: And think I found also the reason for 1008 MHz max. All dvfs operating points use 1.1V so they didn't figure out how voltage regulation works without PMIC? :)
<longsleep> tkaiser: seems like all your messages to them had them look at some of the stuff we did for Pine64
<KotCzarny> so, its a pine64 kernel running on opipc2 ?
<longsleep> KotCzarny: no its their Kernel, no idea how close it is to the Pine64 one but the base linux version is the same (BSP)
<tkaiser> longsleep: I never had direct communication with Stephen/Xunlong. I posted stuff in a forum and months later got an reply via aliexpress for example. But really looks like progress :)
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<tkaiser> But currently on all their new OS images voltage regulation seems to not work properly. The H2+ images define settings wrong so H2+ runs with 1.3V all the time, here they defined only 1.1V
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<tkaiser> Hehe, ready to destroy the device: state0 = <0x124F80 0x4>; (at least a quick undervoltage test :) )
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<terra854> 1.2 Mhz???
<tkaiser> terra854: Allwinner style, sometimes you have to add 000 to values, sometimes not. And it doesn't work since this setting has to be set already in u-boot. Still at 1008 MHz
<tkaiser> Anyway: That looks already nice.
<KotCzarny> check cpufreq
<KotCzarny> might be limiting you
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: Nope, it's budget cooling settings
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<longsleep> tkaiser: how does voltage regulation work on the H5 if there is no pmic?
<tkaiser> longsleep: I guess you found the one remaining question ;)
<KotCzarny> it doesnt maybe
<longsleep> tkaiser: i mean for the A64 the pmic is the reason voltage stuff needs to be set in u-boot
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<KotCzarny> everything runs on 1.1v ? :>
<tkaiser> longsleep: On the H3 boards there are 3 types of voltage regulators and it's supposed that it's the same with H5
<longsleep> ah ok
<terra854> And can we use the GPU for linux
<tkaiser> OPi PC 2 also has an I2C accessible voltage regulator that can adjust VDD_CPUX in 20 mV steps.
<terra854> ?
<longsleep> so then tal into a h3 device tree
<terra854> Or is a no go due to legal issues ?
<tkaiser> terra854: I couldn't care less :p
<terra854> (like the A64)
<longsleep> what gpu, it is the same issue as always - needs mali blobs
<tkaiser> longsleep: This is fex stuff on H3 ;)
<longsleep> tkaiser: meh
<KotCzarny> h5 has mali450x6
<KotCzarny> or 4
<longsleep> if you ask me then there is no point to even support hdmi on a board with only 1GB or RAM
<tkaiser> longsleep: I spotted an 'axpdummy' driver in the H5 BSP. Maybe this is supposed to do the translation?
<terra854> " A new and more permissive version was introduced in January 2016 and all Midgard user-space drivers starting with r6p0 are now distributed under the new terms. The main changes are to allow redistribution of the binaries under the same EULA, commercial use and benchmarking."
<tkaiser> longsleep: OPi PC 2 is here as an excercise. OPi 3 with 2 GB DRAM is already scheduled ;)
<terra854> So in simple terms, we can redistribute them?
<longsleep> terra854: if you had them in the first place und this licesen yes
<tkaiser> terra854: Please ask Lenny or the old stubborn beardy man over in pine64 forum.
<longsleep> tkaiser: 3GB would be better :P
<rellla> terra854: seems so, yes.
<terra854> tkaiser: Lenny is AWOL for 2 months now:(
<tkaiser> terra854: And the Mali hype is still there?
<terra854> No. In fact, i don't think anyone is talking about it
<tkaiser> Nice, a shutdown sends the board in 'suspend to RAM' state. It reboots to u-boot and waits for power key or IR
<terra854> Not sure if the Pine is capable of that
<tkaiser> But pin mappings obviously don't match :)
<tkaiser> terra854: It is
<tkaiser> But most likely longsleep was busy with an axe in his hand when starting to deal with u-boot back then ;)
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<terra854> Well, if that is implemented, that will be plus
<terra854> * a plus
<tkaiser> Also nice, same wrong colors as with Pine64 when using a DVI display and same wrong led definition as with H3 (red led as 'powered on' sign and green as 'off').
<longsleep> well, its the same BSP base i would say
<tkaiser> yep
<longsleep> so same issues in the display driver and all
<tkaiser> yep ;)
<terra854> 3.10.65?
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<tkaiser> terra854: What else, there's only 3.4.39 or 3.10.65 in Allwinner land
<longsleep> terra854: that is just a version and has no real meaning
<tkaiser> IIRC those were some Linaro kernel LTS versions?
<longsleep> terra854: there can be any number of different patches in whatever bsp download all named 3.10.65
<longsleep> tkaiser: yes, the pine64 bsp one is based on the linaro android tree
<longsleep> and the hdmi/disp2 driver needs the android patches because it uses ion
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<terra854> Well, the link to the OPi PC 2 SDK is dead
<tkaiser> longsleep: BTW: My DVI display shows black as purple (as expected) but no contents. So maybe really everything the same as back then?
<longsleep> tkaiser: no contents? what was that again?
<ErwinH> Hi there! I had a look at the schematics of the OPi Zero and it looks like the signal voltage for the SD-card is 1.8V meaning the performance of the SD-cards could become a lot better then the previous versions, up to 104MB/s...
<beeble> tkaiser: sounds like it doesent use RGB444
<beeble> tkaiser: 3.4/3.10?
<beeble> if yes, then the edid parsing is broken
<tkaiser> longsleep: Don't remember, I connected a display only twice when you sat in beergarden and I was on my way to check the DVI fix
<tkaiser> beeble: Yeah, the same with BSP kernel for H3, A83T, A64 and now H5 :)
<longsleep> tkaiser: dvi fix was using the drm driver - you mean that one?
<longsleep> tkaiser: do they use the drm driver in the h5 bsp?
<beeble> so forcing RGB444 output for dvi output should be fine
* terra854 is wondering what the hell is Allwinner doing using outdated linux kernels...
<tkaiser> longsleep: Nope, the hdmi_cts_compatibility = 1 and hdcp_enable = 0 stuff
<longsleep> tkaiser: ah
<tkaiser> beeble: this is exactly what this setting does
<KotCzarny> but that only fixes lack of signal
<KotCzarny> purple is probably longsleep's fix
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: Nope, that fixes colors
<terra854> They could have at least used a 4.x kernel for the BSP
<tkaiser> You can also fix it at the display if that is capable to accept different input color spaces (mine does)
<beeble> have to find our patches for a31, same issue there with 3.4
<tkaiser> beeble: A31 was 3.3?
<beeble> original yes, we rebased a lot to 3.4 for android 5.1.1
<tkaiser> beeble: ah, ok.
<longsleep> is there any asian arm SoC vendor with a reasonably recent Kernel?
<terra854> Samsung... i guess
<tkaiser> terra854: The last Samsung/Nexell SoC I played with was on 3.4.39 ;)
<terra854> Exynos you mean?
<montjoie> my phone got a 3.4.1:)
<tkaiser> terra854: The SoCs NanoPi M2/M3 use, can't remember the name
<longsleep> well galaxy s7 has 3.18 afaik
<longsleep> i mean look at qualcom and all their crappy out of tree drivers for ancient kernels
<terra854> tkaiser; S5P4418
<longsleep> google just paid $120K for a exploit on their Pixel phone
<terra854> Qualcomm Snapdragon 821
<zoobab> @KotCzarny thanks fixing it
<longsleep> terra854: Pixel phone also has 3.18
<terra854> Just wondering though, what is the difference between the Linaro kernel and the normal Linux kernel?
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<longsleep> terra854: different patches / additional patches - there is no "normal" Kernel. There are trees and all are normal - they are managed by different people. You probably mean with "normal" the tree from Linus Torvalds
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<terra854> Yeah. I was wondering about what is so special about the Linaro kernel
<KotCzarny> patches
<tkaiser> In case anyone wants to play with the OPi PC 2 'Debian Server' image and fears Baidu: https://transfer.sh/f7Eet/orangepih5-pc2.img.xz (debian/debian -- sudo enabled)
<zoobab> ## Download the source code
<zoobab> $ git clone git:// (B network)
<zoobab> $ git clone git:// (D network)
<tkaiser> zoobab: Where's the problem? Get a new DHCP server and you're done! ;)
<terra854> So Linaro is just patches on top of the vanilla Linux kernel (kernel.org)?
<KotCzarny> terra854: yes, you can also think of them as forks
<zoobab> changed the tar.gz to tar.bz2
<zoobab> my mistake
<KotCzarny> tkaiser, amazingly, english is quite good in that readme
<KotCzarny> :)
<longsleep> terra854: https://wiki.linaro.org/LSK
<longsleep> terra854: Linaro focus on arm and thus the linaro trees might work better on certain arm platforms
<longsleep> terra854: and of course they have the android patches too
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<terra854> Do they ever upstream some of the patches to the mainline?
<longsleep> terra854: sure
<longsleep> terra854: but getting stuff accepted there might be tricky and sometimes even impossible
<rellla> zoobab: nice naming scheme list in this file, including soc ids :p
<beeble> tkaiser: drivers/video/sunxi/legacy/hdmi/aw/hdmi_core.c
<beeble> if(cts_enable &&(!YCbCr444_Support))
<beeble> thats the problem
<beeble> and some other stuff
<beeble> quickfix, just do the HDMI_WUINT8 (0x084,0x10);
<beeble> and ifdef the rest
<KotCzarny> v40/a20e ?
<KotCzarny> :>
<nove> R40
<tkaiser> beeble: Thanks, noted. But I'm more the networking and headless guy so won't care anyway ;)
<KotCzarny> v4/v3s
<tkaiser> Also nice, this BSP kernel brings back killed CPU cores: http://pastebin.com/0dyTLu5c
<beeble> tkaiser: no problem, had just to find the right repository in this android jungle
<tkaiser> beeble: LOL!
<beeble> so at least i now know how to navigate this madness :)
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<tkaiser> longsleep: Can you remember whether adjusting tx-delay requires just a dtc call or does u-boot+spl has to be rewritten?
<longsleep> tkaiser: rx/tx-delay is kernel only - no u-boot change required
<tkaiser> thanks, then maybe I schedule some tests later.
<longsleep> tx-delay = <0x7>;
<longsleep> rx-delay = <0x1f>;
<longsleep> those are the defaults i would say
<tkaiser> TX needs adjustments I would say: http://pastebin.com/Xm3euHXD
<tkaiser> RX is ok given that zero tuning is applied, this is Debian and not Ubuntu and clockspeed was limited to 1008 MHz
<longsleep> debian 8 should be pretty similar to ubuntu no?
<tkaiser> longsleep: Nope, iperf3 for whatever reasons acts single threaded in one direction in Debian while using more than one CPU core with Xenial
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<tkaiser> And moronic benchmarks like 'sysbench -cpu' show 30% better scores when using the Xenial binary compared to Jessie
<tkaiser> The latter doesn't matter, the former is more of an issue if one forgets to check htop output when doing iperf tests
<longsleep> tkaiser: mhm ok - then the iperf3 test should be faster when running on all cores and also most likely result in 850 Mbits/sec
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<tkaiser> We'll see
<longsleep> tkaiser: it would be interesting to figure out why debian is slower, sounds wrong to me - its pretty much the same software
<tkaiser> longsleep: Different default settings when building packages?
<longsleep> mhm, yes maybe but more likely is that ubuntu compiles with a newer compiler
<longsleep> whats the gcc version for debian?
<KotCzarny> prbably 4.9.x
<tkaiser> Linux version 3.10.65 (orange@orange-All-Series) (gcc version 4.9.3 20150113 (prerelease) (Linaro GCC 4.9-2015.01-3) ) #31 SMP PREEMPT Mon Nov 14 09:31:54 CST 2016
<tkaiser> That's the kernel, how could I check packages?
<longsleep> tkaiser: well yes but thats the Kernel and its the gcc whatever those folks have used to build it
<KotCzarny> gcc -v? hehe
<longsleep> tkaiser: yes, apt-cache showpkg gcc or something
<KotCzarny> but i can say that its 4.9.x
<longsleep> well for xenial it should be 5.3.x
<KotCzarny> who wants to rebuild world using 6.x ?
<KotCzarny> ;)
<longsleep> without having verified it, i presume all xenial packages are built with 5.3.x as well
<tkaiser> pool/main/g/gcc-defaults/gcc_4.9.2-2_arm64.deb
<longsleep> tkaiser: ok, then either the defaults have changed or gcc 4.9 is just shit for arm64
<KotCzarny> i wonder if just recompilation of iperf3 could yield different results
<KotCzarny> or even trying to run iperf3 bianry from xenial on jessie
<KotCzarny> *binary
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: It's really just that iperf is CPU bound on Jessie while not on Xenial. Since it uses only one CPU core in one direction. But it's only important to take notice to be able to interpret results.
<KotCzarny> or switching kernels. just to pinpoint which is the bottleneck
<tkaiser> BS, we don't want to improve benchmark scores but performance.
<tkaiser> And that's most probably adjusting TX delay
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<longsleep> mhm, if you use only one cpu core you think it could be faster than the 380 Mbits/sec you got?
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<tkaiser> longsleep: LOL, just spotted in htop: /usr/local/sbin/OrangePi_corekeeper.sh
<longsleep> tkaiser: oh yeah so they copied it all
<longsleep> they had better copied the in kernel core keeper from armbian
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<longsleep> but better than nothing (if it works) :)
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<tkaiser> longsleep: I repeated the test and let it run for 120 seconds: Now 460 MBits/sec on average. So the first test was too short and maybe something with IRQ distribution went wrong (that was something I observed with Pine64 as well. When iperf3 sat on the same CPU core than the IRQ handler performance degraded).
<tkaiser> s/IRQ/Ethernet IRQ/
<KotCzarny> move gmac to different core then?
<longsleep> tkaiser: so single core 460 MBits/sec thats not bad
<tkaiser> I would say this image is already in a nice state. DVFS and GbE TX delay being the two things that need some attention.
<tkaiser> Ahh, I forgot 'the Mali'!!1!!11!!
<longsleep> yes agreed, probably the best image they ever released
<longsleep> tkaiser: do they have the a tune script in /usr/local/sbin as well?
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<tkaiser> KotCzarny: Still I don't want to improve benchmarks ;)
<tkaiser> longsleep: http://pastebin.com/QyHyiQvU ;)
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<longsleep> oh yeah
<longsleep> i hope they have adapted them to match the board :P
<KotCzarny> you should prepare automatcher ;)
<longsleep> but they forgot the update script :/
<tkaiser> longsleep: Sure ;) Am now at 285 Mbits/sec in TX direction after executing Orangepi_tune_network.sh
<longsleep> so no updates
<tkaiser> longsleep: There are no updates. They left that for you ;)
<longsleep> lol
<longsleep> tkaiser: so the script does not tune but slows - so i guess they did not really care what values are actually in that script
<tkaiser> longsleep: yep, average was 294 Mbits/sec after 120 seconds.
<KB3VGW> hey guys anyone here working on the a64 chip set and the 4.7 kernel
<KB3VGW> hey longsleep your alive
<longsleep> huh?
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<longsleep> did you see my death on facebook?
<KB3VGW> not seen you in awwhile in the pine64 channel
<tkaiser> LOL
<KB3VGW> no people in pine64 wondered what happen to you
<MoeIcenowy> KB3VGW: plz try a 4.9 guy
<MoeIcenowy> 4.7 is old
<KB3VGW> well we want to get openwrt and the pine6 working
<longsleep> KB3VGW: err what? i am in pine64 channel all the time an reply to stuff on regular basis
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<KotCzarny> he didnt say you arent, he said HE didnt SAW you
<KotCzarny> ;)
<longsleep> hum ok
<longsleep> thats good if you ask me :P
<longsleep> that channel is difficult to follow
<KB3VGW> well our new goal is pine64 with openwrt/hsmm
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<KB3VGW> but we loaded armbian-vanilla and the kernel was mising i2c driver
<KB3VGW> so we could not use it
<longsleep> KB3VGW: why would you need that?
<KB3VGW> we need i2c for temp modules
<KotCzarny> just because someone thought it would be cool, maybe
<KB3VGW> and i2c devices
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: You may want to measure how cool
<KB3VGW> we monitor the temp of our repeater boards
<longsleep> KB3VGW: they are named differently, the driver names them differently - forgot the name
<KotCzarny> ;)
<longsleep> KB3VGW: and why does that need i2c?
<KB3VGW> because its on the i2c interface
<longsleep> no?
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<hojnikb> hi
<longsleep> KB3VGW: cat /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp
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<KB3VGW> thats tfor the pine64board
<longsleep> yes
<KB3VGW> but we have a plug on board
<hojnikb> whats the status on the H5
<longsleep> KB3VGW: ah
<hojnikb> can we boot to desktop ?
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<longsleep> KB3VGW: so use the i2c driver from the kernel and you should be good
<KB3VGW> that is a repeater control unit
<KB3VGW> yes
<longsleep> KB3VGW: its just named differently
<KB3VGW> ok
<hojnikb> I think my PC2 already left china
<KB3VGW> bbut it should be in the i2c dir
<hojnikb> so it's looking pretty good :D
<KB3VGW> and there was none
<KB3VGW> 1 min
<hojnikb> anyone actually has PC2 already ?
<MoeIcenowy> me, guys from armbian, apritzelk
<MoeIcenowy> s/k//
<hojnikb> cool
<KotCzarny> xunlong folks too
<hojnikb> can you guys test HEVC 10 bit capability
<hojnikb> i see nowhere in the datasheet stating compatability
<MoeIcenowy> nope we have no android
<tkaiser> hoijnikb: Nope, check https://irclog.whitequark.org/linux-sunxi/2016-11-14 what's happening
<hojnikb> isn't there an 5.1 image on xunlong site ?
<longsleep> KB3VGW: the devices are called twi..
<KB3VGW> twi
<KB3VGW> there is twi and i2c
<KB3VGW> or is it 1 interface now
<KB3VGW> ok
<KB3VGW> ok thats a change
<longsleep> tw0 and twi1 should be enabled in my builds by default
<KB3VGW> that will confuse people that know it as i2c
<hojnikb> :D
<longsleep> i have not tested it but some people from the pine64 forum have
<KB3VGW> that breaks the i2ctools
<KB3VGW> also then
<KB3VGW> that explains why i2c -tools did not see the i2c interface
<KB3VGW> like i2cdetect failed to find a i2c interface
<longsleep> KB3VGW: well if you want to make it work better, send me a PR to my github kernel tree for pine64 :)
<KB3VGW> just think it whould have been i2c 1/2 and twi 1/2
<longsleep> KB3VGW: and the reason its not called i2c is because there are some patents involved afaik
<KB3VGW> as thats how pot was even made
<KB3VGW> ok
<longsleep> or a trademark
<longsleep> i think philips has the i2c trademark or something
<KB3VGW> then we have to make a twi-tools
<hojnikb> good think chinese folks don't give a crap about trademarks and patents :)
<KB3VGW> and fix i2c-tools to see the twi interface
<KB3VGW> so does this mean all arm boards are moving to twi
<KB3VGW> ok
<KB3VGW> thanks good to know
<nove> hojnikb: here it claims to support main10 http://www.allwinnertech.com/index.php?c=product&a=index&id=57, but the confirmation with be to actually see the hardware doing it
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<hojnikb> thats great, this is what i'm after. My z3735f is sweating balls when it comes to hevc playback :)
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<vagrantc> hrm. sunxi support in u-boot v2016.11 was marked as orphaned
<MoeIcenowy> ?
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<vagrantc> no official maintainers
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<nove> with this differences between marketing material and the datasheets nothing should be trusted, the marking also claims vp9 which is not in the datasheet
<nove> and could be the same case of A80 which the support was by software
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<plm> anyone know an alternative for the http://www.phytium.com.cn/ (SoC for high performance servers)
<KotCzarny> marvel
<KotCzarny> unless you are after number crunching, then ibm power or x86
<beeble> plm: ls1046a
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<zoobab> @KB3VGW you talked to wigyori?
<KB3VGW> yes
<KB3VGW> ?
<zoobab> if you want openwrt on there
<plm> beeble: sorry, the "ls1046a"?
<zoobab> with which kernel version?
<KB3VGW> yes he said he would work on it
<KB3VGW> he said he would try 4.8 first
<KB3VGW> I have to grab i2c-tools and make the changes to twi-tools
<beeble> plm: google first hit. but freescale^Wnxp^Wqualcomm
<KB3VGW> so we have a tool for the twi interface
<beeble> why do you need a twi tool?
<beeble> what do you want to do that is not possible with the i2c tool?
<KB3VGW> i2s-tools currently does not see the twi intrerface
<KB3VGW> so it needs the mod
<KB3VGW> I will double check but I just loaded up the driver and i2ctools
<KB3VGW> and its not seeing the twi interfaces
<beeble> there is somethign else wrong
<KB3VGW> ok
<beeble> the drivers will bind as i2c device
<beeble> and you can use the i2c-tools
<KB3VGW> ok
<KB3VGW> its the 4.7 kernel and armbian
<beeble> does your dts contain the twi entries?
<KB3VGW> checking that next
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<KB3VGW> ok I have to recall how to decompile the dtb
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<Tartarus> fdtdump
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<KB3VGW> nope it seems very basic
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<tkaiser> dtc
<KB3VGW> dtb
<beeble> dtc -I dtb -O dts <dtbfile>
<KotCzarny> there is a tool to compile/decompile in kernel scripts dir
<tkaiser> It's part of 'device-tree-compiler' and that's default in Armbian
<plm> beeble: yes, I think that the ls1046a is better than phytium :)
<beeble> plm: better depends on the usecase, as always
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<KB3VGW> there is a bug in the pine64 armbian
<KB3VGW> I ran that and ssh crashed
<KotCzarny> lol
<tkaiser> KB3VGW: Honestly, this version is a preview based on an outdated kernel tree from MoeIcenowy's repo a few months back. And Armbian also is not a distro but a build system. So you have either Debian or Ubuntu packages.
<plm> beeble: has 10GbE ports :)
<KB3VGW> 4.7 kernel is still using i2s
<KB3VGW> in the dtb
<KB3VGW> I ment i2c
<KB3VGW> sorry
<KB3VGW> so the armbian vanilla kernel is got issues at 4.7
<KB3VGW> it has no lib/modules/4.7-*/kernel/driver/i2c driver
<KB3VGW> ok
<KotCzarny> KB3VGW: read what tkaiser said, it was just experimental image
<tkaiser> KB3VGW: No idea, if you want to use this image for anything other then testing and reporting back (useless in the meantime) then you're doing something wrong
<tkaiser> Not even USB is working there.
<KB3VGW> just testing it
<KB3VGW> ok
<KB3VGW> 4.9 is more workign
<KB3VGW> just testing to see whats working where so we can get openwrt going asap
<beeble> plm: but don't expect it to be cheap
<KB3VGW> this is debian
<tkaiser> KB3VGW: Just for your info: I just wiped out Debian from an SD card and am running now Xenial on Orange Pi PC 2 ;)
<KB3VGW> Xenial?
<tkaiser> Ubuntu 16.04
<KB3VGW> ok
<KB3VGW> I did not se a server ver of xenial
<KB3VGW> we need a server ver
<plm> beeble: do you think that phytium is very cheaper than ls1046a?
<KB3VGW> and that means I have to learn how they pkg compaird to how normal debianpkgs pkg
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<KotCzarny> doesnt openwrt have sdk/buildroot ?
<KB3VGW> we have been doing debian for so long
<KB3VGW> I am just getting started in openwrt
<KB3VGW> wigori is helping to get te board we have going
<KB3VGW> its not even in the supported boards yet
<KotCzarny> because really even having working kernel is wip
<KB3VGW> well I was tols to test 4.9 and the pine64
<beeble> plm: if you compare performance for price, i think it will be a lot cheaper
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<beeble> plm: also phytium is a number crunching cpu. ls1046 is a network cpu
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<plm> beeble: Yes, I think that I will go of phytium :) The problem with phytium (like as ohter chinese company) is a poor documentation compared now with NXP ls1046a. In the site of phytium has just the very basic
<beeble> plm: you can also try a armada 8k
<beeble> they have good documantion, but you have to convince them to sell you the part :)
<beeble> but same goes with phytium
<plm> beeble: why marvell will not sells armada 8k to me?
<tkaiser> longsleep: In case you try to use a Pine64 rootfs on OPi PC 2: Loading 8723bs panics :)
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<beeble> plm: because they are interessted in big established customers
<plm> beeble: ahh ok. And the phytium not?
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<beeble> they are not used to sell outside their own country and the language barrier is even higher
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<plm> beeble: ahh, but a big company like as phytium there are people talking english
<beeble> plm: what do you expect to do offer in comparision for example https://shop.softiron.co.uk/product/overdrive-3000/
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<plm> beeble: $2,495.00
<tkaiser> plm: Right, time to wake up ;)
<plm> tkaiser: sorry?
<KotCzarny> how many orange pis is that?
<KotCzarny> ;)
<tkaiser> plm: Define your use case and start to do some research how much ARM offers in this area cost. And then stop thinking about.
<beeble> KotCzarny: comparing oranges to ...
<beeble> :)
<KotCzarny> 14 x SATA 3.0 ports
<KotCzarny> nice
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: Boring, check C2750D4I
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<plm> tkaiser: $2,495.00 for a 8 x 64-bit ARM Cortex A57 with 16GB DDR3 DRAM and 2 x 10GBase-T is very expensive
<plm> tkaiser: with that price I can to buy a xeon of dell with more performance
<beeble> BINGO!
<KotCzarny> ;)
<beeble> now you got it :)
<tkaiser> plm: *I* know that and that's the reason why I started to laugh when you asked for 'ARM server thingie'
<KotCzarny> and what did i wrote few hours ago?
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: Something about Android for sure? ;)
<KotCzarny> nah, not that
<tkaiser> plm: Do a search for 'LeMaker Cello' for example. The board is both a bad joke and expensive as hell
<plm> tkaiser: wait, the LS2088A is not more than $50.00 So I can to development a board just with a 1GbE and 4 sata ports with around $200
<beeble> the ls2088 eval board is 2750 usd retail from nxp
<plm> tkaiser: yes, the Lemaker Cello is a good price $ 299.00
<KotCzarny> :>
<plm> tkaiser: I would like to produce with that price
<tkaiser> plm: The only interesting SoC I found is Marvell 88F3720: http://www.marvell.com.cn/guide/assets/data/marvell_embedded_processors_psg.pdf
<plm> or less
<vagrantc> main problem with the Cello is it doesn't exist
<vagrantc> or at least, "shipping Q2 2016" is about as far as it exists
<vagrantc> without the actual shipping part
<tkaiser> vagrantc: Is LeMaker still existing? Their only asset was the Banana community and this is gone now
* vagrantc shrugs
<plm> tkaiser: the LS2088A is better than 88F3720
<jelle> tkaiser: and it shall not be missed ;-)
<KB3VGW> ok bbl lunch
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<tkaiser> plm: Who cares? I don't buy a
<tkaiser> 'server' for 300 bucks when I can either do it right (buy one piece of big iron and let 100 servers run there) or start to do it in a decentral fashion
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<plm> tkaiser: well, but is cheaper one that 300 bucks
<tkaiser> plm: I still don
<tkaiser> 't understand what *kind* of server you're talking about.
<KotCzarny> and all that in the context of sunxi
<KotCzarny> which is cheapest possible solution (and you get what you pay for)
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<rellla> reading logs makes me wonder about the channel topic anyway :p
<premoboss> wanna many cores? wait few months, parallella.org near to release a 1024 cores on single chip.
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: Well, 'sunxi context' is to take a $20 device with 4 USB2 ports, do some weirdo mdraid+btrfs stuff and get performance of an entry level NAS. That's it. Or longsleep's use case: Pine64 cluster testing OS images.
<beeble> premoboss: yeah, then i can wait on mir cores till the caches are filled by dram :)
<KotCzarny> i think first thing people should be asked after joining the channel is 'what is your use case'
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<premoboss> that chip is dedicated for number-crunching activities, if you are looking huge ram size, look elsewhere.
<tkaiser> O, I used an Armbian desktop image for Pine64 by accident with OPi PC 2. Just switched display inputs and realize that there's a full desktop. Now to test video with H5 ;)
<beeble> premoboss: if your number crunching algorithm fits into 32k
<beeble> premoboss: not saying there is no usecase for that
<premoboss> they have 64KB each core. but yes, if algoritm does not fit local ram, move data up and down along the main ram , became a issue.
<beeble> ah did they increased the size? i had only the number of the 16 core version in my head
<premoboss> yes. 64 KB eachc core and.... voved from 32 bit to 64 bit architecture.
<beeble> i had a transputer once
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<beeble> it had wheels :)
<premoboss> 16 cores goes ok. 64 core was done il few number cos found restriction, 1024 was founded by darpa (many $$$) so parallella did a big step.
<premoboss> gold wheels :-)
<beeble> it was for free. but it was the around 2000 and people just wanted to get rid of it
<beeble> common internet speed is nowadays about 10 times faster then the cpu interconnect then
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<KotCzarny> internet is a computer!
<KotCzarny> multimilion core
<KotCzarny> os is crap though
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<KotCzarny> buggy, incosistent, full of bad softwares
<beeble> but nice pictures of cats
<KotCzarny> that's part of bad softwares
<tkaiser> Tried to play a video with mpv on Orange Pi PC 2. Only garbage in a window but this on console: sunxi-ion ion.26: Fail to allocate buffer
<KotCzarny> eating cycles over nothing
<beeble> tkaiser: increase your cma size (kernel commandline)
<tkaiser> beeble: Found it: Android boot log: http://paste.ubuntu.com/23464595/
<tkaiser> Where do I get 10 bit HEVC trailers?
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<jelle> mplayer.org usually has a collection of videos
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<jelle> thought it seems that there is no hevc https://samples.mplayerhq.hu/
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<jelle> oh nice
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<longsleep> tkaiser: what kernel did you use?
<tkaiser> longsleep: Their 3.10.65
<longsleep> tkaiser: you could blacklist that module if it prevents boot
<tkaiser> Tried one h.264 after increasing CMA size. Video gets displayed but no HW acceleration. And in console: sunxi_ion_ioctl(99) err: cmd not support!
<longsleep> tkaiser: do you have vdpau and all?
<tkaiser> longsleep: Just removed the module from /etc/modules. But there are still issues. See the bottom of http://sprunge.us/LWbX
<tkaiser> longsleep: Mikhail prepared yesterday a desktop image for Pine64 and i simply took the rootfs. cat /etc/profile.d/90-vdpau.sh
<tkaiser> export VDPAU_OSD=1
<tkaiser> cat /etc/profile.d/99-vdpau.sh
<tkaiser> export VDPAU_DRIVER=sunxi
<longsleep> ok
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<tkaiser> Anyway: time to stop here. I didn't want to waste time with display stuff :)
<tkaiser> But browsing in firefox went surprisingly well ;)
<longsleep> tkaiser: do you have the actual stack trace from these crashes
<tkaiser> Already shut down
<longsleep> tkaiser: ah one of the errors is that the kernel is too old
<longsleep> tkaiser: it needs backports for systemd to work correctly
<longsleep> tkaiser: i added those to the pine64 tree
<KotCzarny> or just remove systemd
<tkaiser> longsleep: Ah, systemd madness :)
<KotCzarny> and dont worry about system/kernel incompatibilities
<longsleep> its one of the first things i backported to the pine64 tree
<KotCzarny> it's really sad that you are planting that thing on your images
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<longsleep> well i stopped oposing it and started embracing it - closing eyes helps as in rl
<tkaiser> KotCzarny: Armbian is not a distro but a build system. If Devuan people would want to support +40 SBC it could be done in hours
<tkaiser> But maybe they're to busy shouting 'systemd is evil' to get work done ;)
<KotCzarny> longsleep, in the same way sinovoip produces their images. closing eyes on any potential issue, but it boots! :)
<KotCzarny> tkaiser: they are busy with getting it done
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<longsleep> tkaiser: if i remember correctly https://github.com/longsleep/linux-pine64/commits/backport_getrandom should fix systemd
<beeble> KotCzarny: why does it take so long if sysv init is so much better? *troll*
<KotCzarny> beeble: the same way nvidia is fasther than amd *trollback*
<tkaiser> longsleep: Yeah, I remember stumbling accross 'getrandom' already googling an hour before. Anyway: quite surprising to have a full X11 desktop on this device today. I had thought this is stuff for 2017
<longsleep> tkaiser: right, but the kernel needs work if you want armbian support
<longsleep> best would be if it just would boot the pine64 kernel tree :P
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<tkaiser> Would be really nice. Anyway, now playing with different stuff: Solaris tunables to improve ZFS/iSCSI performance. Bye
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<apritzel> longsleep: the H5 can be booted if you enable H3 support on an arm64 tree, like this: https://github.com/apritzel/linux/commits/a64-v6-wip
<apritzel> longsleep: that's the kernel part
<apritzel> but that doesn't help in the legacy kernel case, because 3.4 doesn't have arm64 :-P
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<KotCzarny> but it will boot and show videos!
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<apritzel> tkaiser, vagrantc: rumour has it that there are not enough SoCs for the Cello
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<tkaiser> aoritzel: But this Cello is a joke anyway. A SoC with 2 x 10GbE and 14xSATA. And what do they expose on this board?
<apritzel> I know
<agraf> apritzel: there are not enough chips? did they stop production?
<tkaiser> Even when comparing to the Huskyboard it looks crippled (one SATA port less)
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<KotCzarny> LeMaker Cello
<KotCzarny> -- An ARM 64-bit Sever Main Board with 96Boards EE Specification
<KotCzarny> lol, typo of the month
<apritzel> agraf: dunno if it's supply or demand that is lacking here
<apritzel> and isn't the Cello SoC the cut-down version?
<agraf> apritzel: you mean the bad bin? ;)
<apritzel> agraf: na, the "other" bin ;-)
<beeble> if your yield is so bad that you can't even ship the rejects you ahve a problem :)
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<beeble> and no, i don't have any inside
<beeble> last time i used amd cpus they still owned alchemy
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<vagrantc> curious
<beeble> alchemy is now avago. so they got their first letter in the alphabet back :)
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<libv> so the nintendo source drop has the usual kernel blobs?
<jelle> I'd expect some mali blobs
<libv> no
<libv> that would be userspace
<jelle> oh yeah
<libv> kernel space was almost always open source
<libv> at least as soon as there were non-android support for mali based devices
<libv> which was like more than 4 years ago
<libv> ./drivers/video/sunxi/disp/de/lowlevel_sun9iw1/libdsi, ./drivers/video/sunxi/disp/de/lowlevel_sun9iw1/libedp, ./modules/nand/sun8iw1p1/libnand_sun8iw1p1, ./modules/nand/sun8iw3p1/libnand_sun8iw3p1, ./modules/nand/sun8iw5p1/libnand_sun8iw5p1, ./modules/nand/sun9iw1p1/libnand_sun9iw1p1, ./modules/nand/sun8iw6p1/libnand_sun8iw6p1
<libv> ./drivers/video/sunxi/hdmi/aw/libhdcp
<libv> ./drivers/input/touchscreen/aw5x06/libAW5306, ./drivers/input/touchscreen/gslx680new/gsl_point_id_20131111, ./drivers/input/touchscreen/ft5x/ft_app.i, ./drivers/usb/sunxi_usb/usb3/libusb300
<libv> my synapses say that i have been here before.
<jelle> touchscreen driver wut
<libv> has allwinner really fixed those issues, if so, why is it still distributing binaries to its partners?
<libv> then there is media/video
<nove> this also i don't understand, why not give nintendo the kernel sources of tinalinux as that is for R16 and is almost full clean
<tkaiser> nove: 'port and forget' as usual? How do the timestamps look there? Maybe they started half a year ago already?
<libv> august 18
<dr1337_> The NES is so old you could do everything in CPU
<dr1337_> No need for GPU
<libv> we flagged those blobs more than two years ago
<tkaiser> libv: Aug 18 is also latest timestamp in tinalinux repo :)
<nove> tkaiser: tinalinux is for around middle of august, the nintendo source are from september (if i recall correct for my quick look at tit)
<nove> is a mystery
<tkaiser> Maybe not only different BUs work against each other but also project teams dealing with the same SoC?
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<nove> there is also the question of how nintendo accepted this, when this blobs are easy to spot
<nove> but is the usually unspeakable issues that nobody speaks as an issue, meaning that there is no need to change anything
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<nikre> can anyone recommend a dvbt2 usb device that works on linux? preferably cheap and on aliexpress
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<ssvb> nove: I expect that with Nintendo we may have something like this - http://sev-notes.blogspot.fi/2009/06/gpl-scummvm-and-violations.html
<ssvb> it's quite possible that they had multiple layers of contractors doing this work, and the management is just unaware that there may be some GPL license problems
<ssvb> but once this issue gets their attention, their lawyers will be unleashed on us as a counterattack
<libv> so now we let fear guide us?
<ssvb> anyway, somebody just needs to review their SDK first to document all the blobs which are included there
<berenm> when comparing to tina, it looks like to me they opened some of blobs at least
<berenm> drivers/block/nand/lib/src
<libv> just look at the list of a80 gpl violations
<libv> and you're not far off.
<ssvb> before accusing them of anything, first we need to know which parts of the SDK are actually included on the device
<ssvb> I guess, they might have no need for any touchscreen drivers on this device?
<ssvb> it would be silly to scream "GPL violators" and point at some blob, which they do not use
<ssvb> and it's best to do all the communication in a polite and respectable manner
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<libv> heh, i do not know why i still let myself be fooled into caring about sunxi.
<libv> whatever.
<ssvb> anyway, my prediction is that this particular story will end up with some extremely cheap counterfeit Chinese clones of this Nintendo NES Classic being sold on aliexpress
<ssvb> then Nintendo management will be unhappy about this and will start searching for a scapegoat
<tkaiser> Can SLC NAND be cloned 1:1?
<libv> ssvb: but we have devices out there which can do what the nes does, and much more
<libv> the clones will just look like the nes
<libv> which is a clear patent violation
<libv> and has absolutely nothing to do with software, and thus us
<ssvb> what I mean is that I don't care about this Nintendo NES Classic thing and wouldn't touch it with a ten-foot pole
<libv> but whatever, see how nothing will change when no noise is made.
<miasma> ssvb: you can probably already run nes games on some chinese $7 computers :P the plastic case and gamepads are just missing
<ssvb> agraf: ^
<nove> the chinese has better things, like NES-on-chip (real silicone that can emulate a nes)
<ssvb> agraf: but you can always ask bbrezillon about the nand support if you are interested
<agraf> ssvb: just asking because you know fel well
<ssvb> well, fel allows you to load and execute U-Boot & Kernel
<ssvb> if U-Boot or Kernel has a NAND driver, then you can access NAND
<miasma> nove, aye but probably any sw emulation (with free emulators and stolen roms) would do. they're not that demanding. unless you want really precise emulation
<ssvb> agraf: but I'm afraid that anyone providing any technical information which may assist reading, deciphering and/or cloning the Nintendo software in NAND may become a target for Nintendo lawyers
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<ssvb> and I don't understand why everyone has become so excited *now*
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<Ntemis> tkaiser: around?
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<ssvb> reading NAND has been always very interesting for extracting the script.bin file from Allwinner tablets, but nobody tried to do this
<Ntemis> if only those had an hdmi out
<Ntemis> and i dont know any that have
<ssvb> do you mean tablets with HDMI out?
<Ntemis> aha
<tkaiser> ssvb: I also don't understand what's that special with this plastic box worth of $5. But what I still don't understand: Is it possible to clone NAND at the 'bit layer'?
<ssvb> Ntemis: there are a lot of tablets with HDMI
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<ssvb> tkaiser: again, ask bbrezillon
<Wizzup> hm. wonder if the ram of this lime died -
<Wizzup> U-Boot SPL 2015.10-rc3-00122-g922f735-dirty (Sep 13 2015 - 15:45:46)
<Wizzup> DRAM:
<Wizzup> doesn't get further
<Wizzup> used to work fine...
<ssvb> Wizzup: you can add some debugging prints and identify where it gets stuck
<Wizzup> hm- it booted 5 mins ago
<tkaiser> I would assume the copy cats desolder the NAND and then do a 'hard copy': http://www.xeltek.com/resources/technical-articles/memory-device-types/duplicating-nand-chips-on-superpro-6100/
<ssvb> Wizzup: you can try to debug this if it happens again
<Ntemis> tkaiser: x11 mali is unusable on lakka we need framebuffer blobs, thanks for the link though
<ssvb> Ntemis: what is lakka?
<tkaiser> ssvb: A hacked Nintendo in software ;)
<tkaiser> ssvb: For H3 devices something similar already exists, maybe they rely on X11 for a reason: http://orange314.com/RetrOrangePi
<Ntemis> will the r16 or r8 come with new mali framebuffer blobs?
<ssvb> Ntemis: what did you try to do with x11 mali? on what hardware?
<Ntemis> pi pc
<Ntemis> to hw acc emulation like dreamcast psp psx n64 etc
<Ntemis> tkaiser: if those(r6p0) will be implemented in armbian then it worth the shot to switch to retroragepi
<ssvb> ok, that's h3
<ssvb> have you tried it on a20?
<Ntemis> no
<Ntemis> i dont have such old hw
<ssvb> xf86-video-fbturbo has no zero-copy support on h3 hardware (or anything with a new de2 display driver from allwinner)
<libv> 3.5ys already
<Ntemis> what the man said
<ssvb> Ntemis: but yes, for your use case the framebuffer drivers are probably the best
<Wizzup> ssvb: well, it keeps happening every time - but I'll take a diff lime right now as I have to bring this thing up now
<ssvb> Ntemis: x11 is all about having multiple windows
<Ntemis> yes but fb is stuck at r4
<ssvb> are you sure about this?
<Ntemis> and it sucks
<Ntemis> yes
<ssvb> where did you take your mali blobs?
<Ntemis> sec
<ssvb> and why do you think that newer framebuffer mali blobs do not exist?
<ssvb> you are just searching for them in a wrong place
<ssvb> try to convince mripard that the CHIP board would benefit from running your lakka software and ask him to forward your request for mali framebuffer blobs to whoever may provide them :-)
<ssvb> yes, it's an old a13 chip, but the same blobs may be also be usable on h3
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<ssvb> or try to contact ARM directly via their support channels
<Ntemis> hmm
<Ntemis> worth a shot
<btoneyo> need a help to get my history details in chat room (which server I joined)
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<Ntemis> mripard: ping
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<nove> if that is what you mean because is hard to understand what you have said
<nove> btoneyo: you are in the channel #linux-sunxi of the irc network FreeNode (irc.freenode.net)
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<phipli> Hum, anyone playing with the NanoPi Neo? I quite like the form factor of the NanoPi Neo but the sunxi wiki page mentions they get hot - is it much of an issue?
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<BurtyB> phipli, I have a few - yes they get hot and slow down as is when under load. I've been using a ceramic heatsink and a 12cm fan blowing air over a them which fixed it for me
<phipli> A few? Are you clustering them? or just putting one in every room?
<BurtyB> phipli, just playing around with them atm
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