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cooloneyppisati: hey, paolo09:07
oratedHello! Is there a documentation on how and what all devices are mapped in /sys and/or /proc? I'm not able to find details on the same in FHS doc.09:48
cwillu_at_workorated, /sys is a kernel interface; fhs has nothing to say about it10:26
cwillu_at_workDocumentation/sysfs-rules.txt and Documentation/filesystems/sysfs*.txt in the kernel tree documents it10:28
cwillu_at_workpay particular attention to sysfs-rules.txt if you're making something that uses it10:29
ckingorated, http://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/filesystems/proc.txt10:31
oratedYes, thanks. I remember accessing those documentation for GPIO - http://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/gpio.txt (and http://squidge.sourceforge.net/gpio/README.txt) On the same line, is there any command which gives the table for GPIO pins as shown in the second link or is it from datasheets?10:32
oratedcwillu_at_work:  cking:  On the same line, is there any command which gives the table for GPIO pins as shown http://squidge.sourceforge.net/gpio/README.txt  or is it from datasheets?10:52
ckingorated, that I don't know10:53
cwillu_at_workgeneral-purpose-io pins are commonly defined by the specifics of the (hardware) installation10:53
oratedcwillu_at_work: Yes, but is the last table shown in the link possible within linux? I just thought if its from data sheets or accessible from kernel10:55
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dobeyhi all. is there a 3.6-rc kernel packaged up anywhere that would be installable on precise?14:02
amitkdobey: deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntu-x-swat/q-lts-backport/ubuntu precise main14:04
amitkdobey: ^^^ contains kernel and Xorg from Q (which will be supported going forward)14:04
amitkdobey: or you could add just the kernel team PPA for a kernel14:05
amitkdon't have a link handy14:05
dobeyamitk: that is only 3.5.0 though it seems14:05
dobeydoes it have Intel video code backported from the mainline 3.6 branch?14:06
amitkdobey: aah, you're right. I somehow read "Q kernel on P" into your question. The kernel team PPA has a mainline 3.6-rc14:06
rtgdobey, http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.6-rc5-quantal/14:07
amitkaah, rtg got there first14:07
dobeyrtg: oooh, great, thanks. is that installable on precise?14:07
rtgdobey, yep14:08
dobeyawesome. i will try that. thanks14:08
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argesrtg, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/103287416:44
ubot2Launchpad bug 1032874 in linux "Mount command on extended partition hangs forever during install" [High,Triaged]16:44
smoserwhy do our kernels print cmdline twice ?16:47
rtgsmoser, I'd think that is how grub is doing it. Look at your local dmesg. the command line doesn't appear to be duplicated there.16:51
smoserits not grub16:51
smoserthat was loaded with pxe16:52
smoserbut you might be right.16:52
smoseri can't refute it.16:52
ogra_i have that here too ... 16:52
ogra_no PXE involved16:52
ogra_bith have different prefixes though16:52
jsalisbury** Ubuntu Kernel Team Meeting - Today @ 17:00 UTC - #ubuntu-meeting16:53
ogra_Command line: vs Kernel command line16:53
rtgsmoser, I only see one thing duplicated: 'initrd=amd64/generic/precise/commissioning/initrd.gz'16:55
rtgoh, printed again later down. never mind.16:56
smoseri meant printed twice16:56
ogra_on omap4 kernels i inly see "Kernel command line"16:56
rtghuh, on X86_64 I only see it printed once.16:57
ogra_on precise x86_64 its twice 16:57
rtg3.2.0-31-generic ?16:57
ogra_ogra@anubis:~$ grep -i command /var/log/dmesg16:58
ogra_[    0.000000] Command line: BOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-3.2.0-29-generic root=UUID=64ce333b-aa6d-495e-9f01-cf5d4410184d ro acpi_enforce_resources=lax splash quiet vt.handoff=716:58
ogra_[    0.000000] Kernel command line: BOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-3.2.0-29-generic root=UUID=64ce333b-aa6d-495e-9f01-cf5d4410184d ro acpi_enforce_resources=lax splash quiet vt.handoff=716:58
ogra_ogra@anubis:~$ uname -a16:58
ogra_Linux anubis 3.2.0-29-generic #46-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jul 27 17:03:23 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux16:58
ogra_havent rebooted, .31 is installed already though 16:58
rtgogra_, ok, I wasn't searching for the right string.16:58
rtgsmoser, is this causing you issues, or are you just curious why its printed twice ?17:00
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smoserrtg, not causing me issue. just wondering.17:01
smoserand came across it when i was looking at an arm log17:01
smoserand i think it only had one of these.17:02
ogra_ogra@panda1:~$ grep -i command /var/log/dmesg17:02
ogra_[    0.000000] Kernel command line: ro quiet splash root=UUID=2acc5a3d-1639-4f68-86e5-f7ef0354e00d17:02
ogra_ogra@panda1:~$ 17:02
rtgsmoser, so the first line is arch specific, arch/x86/kernel/setup.c. the second time its printed is from init/main.c which is generic17:02
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jjohansenbjf: I have not been able to duplicate your apparmor test failure, can you send me some more info from those qa machines?21:09
bjfjjohansen: like what? i can open a bug and do the normal apport-collect.21:09
jjohansenbjf: yes please, I would also like the mount info21:10
bjfjjohansen: can do21:10
jjohansenbjf: also I have confirmed that the test suite is building locale versions of somethings for certain tests.  Eg. the parser tests are done against a local built version.  However the kernel tests do use the kernel and installed packages and are only locally building the test support programs21:47
jjohansenI have added it to our to do, to have all tests support testing against the installed packages21:47
bjfjjohansen: ack21:47

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