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alkisgHi, I'm getting screen corruption with https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-raspi2, can I do something about it, e.g. change some configuration value?09:40
ppisatialkisg: kernel version? and how do you get that?10:31
ppisatialkisg: plain framebuffer? or X?10:31
ppisatialkisg: beucase i just connected my raspi2 to my lcd10:31
alkisgppisati:  4.2.0-1014.21           10:31
ppisatialkisg: and with the 13.19 kernel, i don't see any corruption10:31
alkisgI tried with fbdev and fbturbo10:31
ppisatialkisg: oh ok, let me try that10:31
ppisatialkisg: ok, first le me test the new kernel10:31
ppisatialkisg: then i'll ask you about the rest10:32
alkisgCool, thank you10:32
ppisatialkisg: are you using snappy? or another image?11:03
ppisatialkisg: cat /proc/cmdline11:03
alkisgppisati: I'm using debootstrap in 14.0411:03
alkisgI manually installed the raspi2 kernel (actually I copied it to my ppa/trusty)11:03
alkisg$ cat /proc/cmdline11:04
alkisgdma.dmachans=0x7f35 bcm2708_fb.fbwidth=1920 bcm2708_fb.fbheight=1080 bcm2709.boardrev=0xa01041 bcm2709.serial=0x32c4a54a smsc95xx.macaddr=B8:27:EB:C4:A5:4A bcm2708_fb.fbswap=1 bcm2709.disk_led_gpio=4711:04
alkisgbcm2709.disk_led_active_low=0 sdhci-bcm2708.emmc_clock_freq=250000000 vc_mem.mem_base=0x3dc00000 vc_mem.mem_size=0x3f000000  dwc_otg.lpm_enable=0 console=ttyAMA0,115200 kgdboc=ttyAMA0,115200 console=tty1 init=/sbin/init-ltsp nbdroot= root=/dev/nbd0 elevator=deadline rootwait11:04
alkisgppisati: did you try with the 4.2.0-1014.21      version, and it worked without corruption?11:05
alkisgBy using the rpi2 kernel of fo0bar's ppa, I don't get screen corruption11:06
ppisatialkisg: yes, the framebuffer looks good here11:06
alkisgDo you think the version of the firmware would play a role?11:06
alkisgWhich one are you using, the latest one from git?11:06
ppisatialkisg: https://launchpad.net/~p-pisati/+archive/ubuntu/embedded/+packages11:07
ppisatialkisg: raspberrypi2-firmware - 4.1.10-ba7a8fb-111:07
alkisgAh cool, I'll try with those11:08
alkisgppisati: I need to leave for now, but I'll work on it tomorrow + for some more days, and I'll ping you with the results. Do you have some blog etc somewhere with instructions about your ppa?11:09
alkisg(meaning, which of those packages I should install, and which ones aren't necessary....)11:09
ppisatialkisg: i have a script that creates ubuntu armhf images11:09
ppisatialkisg: or i can point you11:09
ppisatialkisg: to a premade image11:09
alkisgI'm trying to support rpi2 in LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project)11:09
alkisgSure, please point me to whatever script/info you have...11:10
ppisatialkisg: prebuilt images - http://people.canonical.com/~ppisati/ubuntu_embedded/11:10
ppisatialkisg: for the script...11:10
ppisatialkisg: https://github.com/piso77/ubuntu-embedded11:10
ppisatialkisg: sudo ./make_img.sh -b raspi2 -d 15.1011:10
alkisgThank you! :)11:11
ogra_ppisati, do you plan to push the firmware package to the archive ? 11:15
ppisatiogra_: no plan ATM11:15
ppisatiogra_: do you ned it?11:15
ogra_not urgently, no 11:15
ogra_hmm, i just noticed their VideoCore "hardfp" build is armv6 only ... 11:17
ogra_i wonder if that would actually work with our kernel (if the version matched)11:18
alkisgppisati: what would be the proper path for ltsp users now? Currently to use your ppa, and in the future, e.g. in 16.04, those packages with the same names will be in the ubuntu archives?11:18
ppisatialkisg: except for the linux-firmware package, all the other packages are in the archive now11:20
alkisgThe infrastructure in LTSP is already there, we just need the PPA, kernel variant, and extra package names for the rpi2. If we put those in ltsp-build-client.conf, the rpi2 will be supported by LTSP.11:20
alkisgppisati: is the fbturbo driver needed?11:21
ppisatialkisg: never used, so i can't tell you11:22
* alkisg tries to check if anything from https://launchpad.net/~fo0bar/+archive/ubuntu/rpi2/+packages is needed...11:22
alkisgI did some x11perf benchmarks with/without fbturbo, the difference was from small to non-existing...11:22
alkisgOK thanks a lot, I'll try with your firmware version to see if I still get corruption or not.11:23
* alkisg waves11:23
ppisatialkisg: i'm going out for lunch soon, i'll do some X tests in the afternoon11:23
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caribouogasawara: apw: have you planned to take a cab upon your arrival in Austin ? I'll be there a bit before you17:09
bjfcaribou, there's several of us arriving about that time17:09
apwcaribou, i am planning on meeting up with whoever is still there17:09
cariboubjf: yeah, I was looking for your nic17:09
ogasawaracaribou: yep, shall we try and find you?17:09
caribouok, I'll wait for you then17:09
apwcaribou, are you landing in the US for the first time in austin17:10
caribouogasawara: apw bjf looks like there is 4 of 5 of us arriving arount 16:3017:10
caribouapw: nope, was there for the last sprint17:10
bjfcaribou, i think there's enough that it should be easy to find someone to share a cab with17:10
cariboubjf: ok, I'll hang around until I see some of you17:11
caribouapw: I can hardly remember : the cab area is upstair or downstair ?17:11
apwcaribou, sorry no i mean are you passing through imigration in austin17:11
apwcaribou, i am so i will be no doubt slower than average17:12
caribouapw: no, in ATL17:12
caribouok, I'll look around for any of you. Have a safe trim17:12
argescaribou: cabs are downstairs17:15
bjfcabs are at the end of the "cabs" signs17:15
arges: )17:15
caribouarges: k. I remember meeting people there last time17:16
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noethicshey, i'm wondering if there is some inotify-esque interface that instead of pooling resources can just match for any fs event with a certain dir prefix. or possibly every fs event and then i can filter myself19:34

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