=== Lopi|idle is now known as Lopi
easwarHi, I've loaded Maverick on a Beagle board01:16
rsalvetiGrueMaster: fifo underflow again?01:16
easwarbut none of the mice I try move the pointer once Ubuntu has finished booting01:17
easwarall optical mice01:17
easwarthey are getting power01:17
GrueMasterrsalveti: Which?01:17
rsalvetibug 74613301:18
ubot2Launchpad bug 746133 in linux-ti-omap4 "Video loses sync on omap4" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74613301:18
rsalvetiI never saw that, but didn't use extensively without the pvr x11 driver01:18
GrueMastereaswar: Are you using a powered hub?  Highly recommended.01:18
easwarfollowing these directions: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/OMAPMaverickInstall01:18
rsalvetidon't know if it could affect the behavior you're seeing01:18
easwarGrueMaster, no, I'm not, but this occurs even if the mouse is the only device connected to the USB hub01:19
easwarand Beagleboard xM BTW01:19
rsalvetieaswar: it should work if you connect the mouse directly without any other usb hub01:20
rsalveti100mA but it should be enough01:20
easwarrsalveti, yeah, but no joy01:20
rsalvetidon't know if your power supply could interfere, but with mine I'm able to use with a normal keyboard and mouse01:20
easwarI've tried all 4 USB ports too01:20
rsalvetieaswar: any message at your dmesg?01:21
easwarrsalveti, power supply is DC 5V, 2.5A01:21
rsalvetieaswar: also, which xM revision is yours?01:21
rsalvetimore than enough01:21
easwarrsalveti, revision B01:21
rsalvetieaswar: any message at your kernel?01:21
easwar4G microSD01:21
rsalvetiat least to see if it saw that a new usb device was plugged int01:22
easwarrsalveti, dunno, I don't see any boot text, it directly boots to the Ubuntu splash screen01:22
rsalvetieaswar: yeah, you need to hack the boot.scr file to be able to see the console messages01:23
rsalvetieaswar: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/BeagleEditBootscr01:23
easwarrsalveti, ok01:25
easwarI'll try that and check if dmesg or the kernel recognizes the mice01:25
easwarthanks! :)01:26
=== asac_ is now known as asac
rsalveticooloney: bug 74613306:07
ubot2Launchpad bug 746133 in linux-ti-omap4 "Video loses sync on omap4" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74613306:07
rsalveticooloney: did you see that with your monitor?06:09
rsalvetiit seems that GrueMaster was only able to reproduce with his hdmi switch06:09
GrueMasterrsalveti: I am seeing it without the switch as well.06:23
GrueMasterJust with the switch I get video corruption as well.06:24
rsalvetihere we go again with the same old bugs :-)06:24
GrueMasterIsn't that what I said earlier?  :P06:32
rsalvetiyeah, fun06:35
cooloneyrsalveti and GrueMaster, i didn't notice that. will take a look soon06:56
=== Jack87 is now known as Jack87|Away
hrwogra_: have you seen asus eeepad transformer? tegra2 1gb ram 10" 1280x800 tablet + external keyboard - could be nice upgrade to your ac10009:21
ogra_hrw, hmm, no, is it already been sold ?10:50
hrwogra_: did not checked10:54
hrwshit. my panda again decided to switch mmc to ro10:56
hrwogra_: looks like so far preorder only11:04
=== Lopi is now known as Lopi|idle
ogra_hrw, well, i can also preorder a xoom and buy a USB kbd for it ;)11:09
hrwI need to populate more of my null modem cables11:10
hrwpanda refuses to boot ;11:10
ogra_must be the distro you use :)11:10
hrwyep - ubuntu11:12
hrwheh. need to dig web for mullmodem changer - panda needs straight cable11:14
hrwogra, lool: would nice to have an option in flash-kernel to add kernel version to -n argument of mkimage11:28
ogra_hrw, patch ?11:28
hrwheh.. who invented "when fsck says that manual run is needed ignore this and run fsck again"...11:34
ogra_whoever rewrote mountall in lucid ;)11:34
hrw~curse them11:35
hrwthere is no audacious for arm?12:02
hrwso my source package will gain first [!armel] b-d12:05
uragano2Hello! can u tell me what is the simplest way to cross-compile for arm?12:08
hrwuragano2: upgrade to 10.10 or 11.04 release + apt-get install gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi12:09
uragano2i am a newbie of linux, until now I used it only for didactic objects. I am attempting this way: sudo ./configure --disable-optical-drive --build=armv7-none-linux --enable-external-libraries CC=gcc-4.5-arm-linux-gnueabi CXX=g++-4.5-arm-linux-gnueabi12:10
uragano2i am using ubuntu 10.1012:10
hrwwhy sudo?12:10
hrwand --host=arm-linux-gnueabi12:11
* LetoThe2nd suggests proper autotools use.12:11
ppisatiand we got audiooooooooooooooooooooo.... :)12:11
ppisatiat last... finally...12:11
uragano2using this syntax the problem is: checking whether the C++ compiler works... no12:12
uragano2configure: error: in `/home/giuseppe/xbmc':12:12
uragano2configure: error: C++ compiler cannot create executables12:12
hrwI suggest checking logs12:12
LetoThe2ndhehe, so basically the question was not "how do i crosscompile for arm", but "i have package $xyz, how do i crosscompile that?"12:13
uragano2basically it's so, but i want to learn  how to crosscompile for arm because i think i well need it a lot of times :D12:15
hrwuragano2: first thing: "--host=arm-linux-gnueabi" for ./configure12:16
LetoThe2nduragano2: in general: proper autotools use. in this particular case: see hrw's comment, check the logs why they fail.12:16
uragano2LetoThe2nd, i followed the readme for arm, but some informations are obsolete and i looked for others guides but i can't make it works :S12:17
LetoThe2nduragano2: see hrw :-)12:18
hrwI will have to write Ubuntu version of http://marcin.juszkiewicz.com.pl/2008/07/17/using-poky-sdk-to-build-software/12:19
uragano2ok...log file says /configure: line 4381: g++-4.5-arm-linux-gnueabi: command not found12:19
uragano2LetoThe2nd, sorry, but...what is hrw? 8)12:20
LetoThe2nduragano2: "hrw" is another person here who has repeatedly given you hints on how to get started in the last 5 minutes.12:21
uragano2i searched on google before to ask, but it returns Human Rights Watch12:21
hrwuragano2: when I created this nick I was not aware of HRW existance12:22
tmzt_hrw: sudo is helpful if you've already run sudo and your cwd isn't owned by you anymore12:22
tmzt_better fix, chown -R $user.$group .12:23
hrwtmzt_: sudo chown then12:23
LetoThe2ndhrw: they also probably weren't aware of your existence when they founded themselves...12:23
tmzt_uragano2: you are going to need to install a toolchain, those wiki's probably tell you how to do that12:23
hrwsudo make clean12:25
hrwsudo make ARCH=arm overo_defconfig12:25
hrwthats roxx ;D12:25
ogra_sudo ?12:25
hrwogra_: yes12:25
LetoThe2ndsudo make me a sandwich.12:25
hrwpeople are crazy12:25
* hrw -> drilling some holes12:26
marvin24ppisati: I'm looking for the rt56xx soc codec drivers which were placed inside the marvell/dove kernel tree here:12:28
marvin24but the branch was deleted12:28
marvin24do you know where they went to?12:28
ppisatimarvin24: [flag@newluxor ubuntu-lucid]$ vi ./sound/soc/codecs/rt12:31
ppisatirt5610.c  rt5610.h  rt5623.c  rt5623.h  rt5630.c  rt5630.h  rt655.c   rt655.h12:31
tmzt_oh, he's building xbmc? might want to ask them12:33
ppisatimarvin24: is it what you were looking for?12:37
marvin24well, first the tree12:37
marvin24did it moved to bzr/launchpad?12:37
marvin24I have a alc5632 codec which looks very similar to the rt563012:38
marvin24I thought I could base a 5632 driver on that12:38
ppisatimarvin24: dunno, you should ask amitk in person where/if he moved that tree12:44
ppisatimarvin24: but the files present in mvl-dove look _almost_ the same12:44
ppisatimarvin24: so i guess you can start from there12:44
marvin24ppisati: just to be sure, you mean here? https://code.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-branches/ubuntu/natty/linux-mvl-dove/natty12:45
ppisatimarvin24: git://kernel.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ubuntu-lucid.git  -  branch: mvl-dove12:46
ppisatiGrueMaster: i got audio out of A0, i have the drum roll at login, the fx when you navigate the UI, i can test the audio system with speaker-test -D plughw:0 -c 2 -t wav, and i can even play mp3 with mpg123 and exaile but i can't get any audio out of rythimbox12:48
* ppisati -> lunch12:48
ogra_ppisati, seeing bug 707003, are you aware that all powermanagement is disabled in mavericks OMAP4 kernel ?12:51
ubot2Launchpad bug 707003 in linux-ti-omap4 "Kernel panic when trying to offline CPU1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/70700312:51
tmzt_ppisati: or any other gst?12:51
ogra_i dont think cpu hotplugging is supported in any way with the released kernel12:51
marvin24ppisati: found it, thanks!12:52
amitkppisati: marvin24: That was a temporary holding tree, everything should be in the official ubuntu tree13:13
marvin24amitk: I only found it in the mvl-dove branch (not in master, master-next, ...)13:32
marvin24but never mind as long as it exists somewhere13:32
hrwogra_: any idea why audacious is not available for armel?13:40
ogra_hrw, hmm ? i see it here13:50
hrwheh. alpha3 images had main+restricted only13:52
ogra_yeah, i just recently fixed that13:52
ppisatiogra_: i don't think cpu hotplug is dependent on pm at all13:53
hrwso I spent 30 minutes on fixing not existing bug13:53
ppisatitmzt_: gst?13:53
ogra_ppisati, oh ? i would call it a power management feature, but ok then ;)13:54
ppisatiogra_: what drives me crazy is that i can't reproduce Philipp's problem13:54
ppisatiogra_: and i can't get a clean stack trace... grrr...13:54
ogra_dont go crazy :)13:54
ogra_did you check if it works on .38 ?13:55
* hrw curses arm mobile chips used on cheap devboards13:55
ppisatiogra_: actually it even work with the same exact kernel that Philipp is using13:55
ppisatiogra_: the problem is only is maverick/ti-omap413:56
ogra_well, the maverick kernel is a pretty hacked up BSP kernel13:58
ppisatiwhen i'm done with mvl-dove, i'll concentrate on omap414:02
ppisatii would like to test some of the bugs against the omap4 tree in omapzoom14:02
ppisatibecause it looks a bit different that our tree14:03
ogra_well, we only use .38 now14:03
ogra_and i dont think there are any plans to add any additional features to the .35 maverick kernel14:03
ogra_on our side14:04
ogra_there is definitely a tree with newer commits and also one that adds PM14:04
ogra_(we used that in the beginning in natty)14:04
ogra_no idea where it came from the binaries are in the TI trunk PPA14:05
ppisatithat's the tree that i'm looking for14:05
ppisatiand someone yesterday pointed me to omapzoom14:05
ppisatiand in fact the tags look the same14:05
ogra_well, sebjan should know which trees are the base for which binaries14:07
ogra_or cooloney14:07
sebjanppisati: the kernel Maverick upgrade you are looking for is described here: http://www.omappedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu_OMAP_trunk14:11
sebjanthe related git tree hosting this kernel is: http://dev.omapzoom.org/?p=integration/kernel-ubuntu.git / ti-ubuntu-2.6.35-980.1release14 tag14:12
ppisatisebjan: and that's the tree i used14:13
ppisatisebjan: if you are talking about LP70700314:14
ppisatisebjan: i tested the 2.6.35-980.1release9 tag, but i couldn't reproduce Philipp panic14:14
ppisatisebjan: actually i can't reproduce it with any kernel from that tree14:14
ppisatisebjan: but yes, you confirm me i was using the correct tree14:15
ppisatisebjan: let's see what Philipp say14:15
ogra_Bug 72833515:28
ubot2Launchpad bug 728335 in jasper-initramfs "No visual feedback on the splashscreen during jasper run" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72833515:28
ppisatido we still support linux-fsl-imx51? and for how long?16:08
ogra_until 11.10 iirc16:10
ogra_last release supporting mx51 was lucid16:10
ogra_we only do 18 month for armel16:11
ppisatiogra_: but i can't just close tickets for that platform till october, right?16:12
suihkulokkisomeone might want to update mtd-utils in ubuntu 10.10, you picked the broken version from debian16:19
=== davidm__ is now known as davidm
=== davidm is now known as Guest93656
=== prpplague^2 is now known as prpplague
=== nevdull_ is now known as nevdull
=== Lopi|idle is now known as Lopi
prpplagueis there anyone in the channel that has purchased one of the special computing cases for pandaboard?21:20
prpplagueor wants to purchase a case for the pandaboard?21:20
XorA|goneprpplague: comes with a free pandaboard?21:59
ogra_two ! so you can compare with and without case22:01
* prpplague is looking for feedback on a pandaboard case22:23

Generated by irclog2html.py 2.7 by Marius Gedminas - find it at mg.pov.lt!