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=== ogra changed the topic of #ubuntu-arm to: Ubuntu ARM Discussion & Development | https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM | Want to Submit a Bug? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug | Debian ARMel TODO: http://wiki.debian.org/ArmEabiTodo | <suihkulokki> is there gym excersizes to make ARMs faster? | Build a rootfs from scratch: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/RootfsFromScratch | build probs with your packages in lucid ? see https://wiki.ub
=== ogra changed the topic of #ubuntu-arm to: Ubuntu ARM Discussion & Development | https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM | Want to Submit a Bug? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug | Debian ARMel TODO: http://wiki.debian.org/ArmEabiTodo | Build a rootfs from scratch: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/RootfsFromScratch | build probs with your packages in lucid ? see https://wiki.ub
=== ogra changed the topic of #ubuntu-arm to: Ubuntu ARM Discussion & Development | https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM | Want to Submit a Bug? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug | Debian ARMel TODO: http://wiki.debian.org/ArmEabiTodo | Build a rootfs from scratch: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/RootfsFromScratch | build probs with your packages in lucid ? see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/Thumb2
ograsorry for the noise00:16
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asacarmin76: there?01:43
NCommanderarmin76, ping?01:43
asacok ;)01:43
NCommanderarmin76, mind if I PM you?01:43
asacdyfet: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/Thumb2PackageReviewList#High/Medium Prority Packages01:46
asacdyfet: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/36400628/glib2.0_2.23.0-1ubuntu1_2.23.0-1ubuntu2.diff.gz01:49
NCommanderugh01:49
* NCommander grumbles01:49
NCommanderxchat ates its configuration :-/01:49
NCommander*ate01:49
asacdyfet: http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-4.1.2/gcc/Atomic-Builtins.html01:49
asacdyfet: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/38628422/mono_2.4.3%2Bdfsg-1_2.4.3%2Bdfsg-1ubuntu1.diff.gz01:50
DonnoIs it possible to mount the 9.10 image for dove board? If so how, i tried loop but requires a file system02:08
eggonleahi, NCommander. Karmic seems costs more memory than Jaunty because of larger library dependencies and more daemons. Do you have any analysis on the memory footprint, especially for the coming Lucid?02:08
NCommandereggonlea, no, sorry :-/02:09
eggonleaDonno, I don't know how to deal with livecd, but you could do that with alternative image absolutely.02:09
Donnoah, thought it was a hdd image or something02:09
eggonleaNCommander, thanks! do you have any suggestion on that if we have to start optimizing the memory footprint?02:10
eggonleaDonno, it's just a image which could be written to USB disk, SD card or HDD.02:11
Donnoah02:11
eggonlea"dd if=the.image of=/dev/sdx" should work fine02:12
Donnoah thanks02:12
armin76asac: pong, but i'm leaving soon for work06:16
armin76asac: i'm here13:05
persiaI've not seen traffic from asac for nearly 12 hours, and have a suspicion it may be 4-5 more before he's responding.  I suspect he'll get the pings in backscroll :)13:24
armin76persia: he hides from me :P14:39
persiaarmin76: Quite possibly :)14:55
ogradavidm, http://global.phoronix-test-suite.com/?k=profile&u=robertcnelson-6877-27588-2830916:54
ogradmart, ^^^ seen that ?16:58
asacarmin76: hi ... did ncommander get in touch with you?=16:58
asacpersia: ffox 36 for jaunty/karmic here: https://launchpad.net/~asac/+archive/armel1/16:59
dmartogra, looks interesting17:00
dmartlucid performance looks very similar to Karmic (the differences are small enough that they may not be statistically significant, but it depends on the workings of the benchmark)17:01
dmartThe sheevaplug comparison looks interesting... maybe differences in cache configuration and memory system are causing some of the performance differences.17:02
dmartThese benchmarks don't look like they necessarily tell us much about how the system performs when thrashing (which dominates boot and app launch times)17:04
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ograasac, http://paste.ubuntu.com/367714/17:45
armin76asac: nope, he didn't17:58
armin76NCommander: pong, no need to ask for pm :)17:59
ograasac, http://paste.ubuntu.com/367714/18:37
armin76asac: fyi -fno-tree-sink fixed my failures on gcc-4.3 as well19:07
armin76on armv7a, that is, haven't tried armv5te but i guess it still fails19:07
asac_armin76: nice19:08
armin76btw, not sure if you guys know, but qualcomm snapdragon(the one in the nexus one) has vfp19:11
ogralool, did you find a solution to the versatile vs qemu probs in lucid ?20:32
ograi just noticed i see the same issue you mentioned, no output at all20:33
ogralool, [    1.773302] CLCD: unknown LCD panel ID 0x00001000, using VGA20:47
ogra[    1.778543] CLCD: Versatile hardware, VGA display20:47
ograhere it hangs for me20:47
loologra: I didn't look further21:14
ogralool, well, i just gave apw my config i used for the rotstock image, that should at least boot but might miss stuff21:41
ograso we should have a starting point21:41
loologra: But it's another version, right?21:44
ograits .31, yes21:44
ograhttp://people.canonical.com/~ogra/arm/qemu/vmlinuz-2.6.31-rc3versatile1-cortex-a8.config21:44
loolMine is 2.6.31 too and works, but lucid versatile is .3221:45
loolI intended to rebase it, but didn't have the time21:45
ograyes, but has a ton of options enabled21:45
ograoptions the .31 versions didnt have21:45
ograspecificaly framebuffer stuff and the like21:45
ograi suspect the issue lies there somewhere21:46
ograsince it at least starts for me if i use -nographic ...21:46
ograbut then hangs at the CLCD step21:46
ograwithout -nographic there is no output at all21:47
ograits a bit sad since i just wrote a function for rootstock to make use of the deb from ports.u.c21:47
ograjust to find it hangs :P21:47

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