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<Tonymac32> HerculeP I'll be getting to work presently. I have a Paulaner and some music
* lanefu claps for tony
<Tonymac32> lol
<lanefu> also congrats on shipping your cricket board
<Tonymac32> lol we shall see
<Tonymac32> It's nothing really special, but I figured I'd throw it on Tindie in case anyone wanted something unbelievably simple to get started with and compatible with hats
<Tonymac32> Stay tuned for Pi zero ESP32 boards. :-)
<Tonymac32> oh Lanefu, the MiniCore gives the extra 328PB pins Arduino numbers, I didn't realize that and will need to update my docs
<lanefu> is that good?
<Tonymac32> yeah, the 328PB has more stuff than the 328P the Uno is based on
<lanefu> ahh gotcha
<Tonymac32> but you had to access it the "real" way before
<Tonymac32> I'll have to see if you can call SPI1 directly or not, and the extra timers
<lanefu> oh and now you have candy coated maker way
<Tonymac32> hahaha yes EXACTLY
<Tonymac32> I'll have to see if SPI1 and UART1 are handled that way, and the extra timers
<lanefu> whats your secret to like.. finishing projects
<Tonymac32> giving up on making them perfect
<Tonymac32> ;)
<lanefu> haha
<Tonymac32> So I will have to change IgorPec's audio config, split the later boards off from the Meson GX(L) ones
<Tonymac32> The boards I listed are not the final design. The pinout will be stable, and the UART/etc,
<Tonymac32> but some adjustments need to happen, like changing to a 20 MHz crystal, adding some jumpers for the 2 pins on the header that aren't hooked up so some boards can work that don't right now (Adafruit mini TFT bonnet)
<Tonymac32> ...they used IO18 on everything for the backlight control, unitl those boards, where they changed it to IO26
<Tonymac32> >:(
<Tonymac32> The ID pins aren't hooked up either, but the ID EEPROM was a... "non-optimal" idea to begin with, to avoid stepping on anyone's toes
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<Scott_> How to get rtl8188eu wifi dongle to work? I've been trying for days.
<nekomancer[m]> just take donglethat works.
<Scott_> the drivers are there and orange pi pc 2 page said it should work but I can't figure it out. armbianmonitor -u http://ix.io/2mRB
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<lanefu> what do you see with `iw list`
<lanefu> have you tried switching to like a nightly kernel?
<lanefu> via armbian-config
<lanefu> that driver breaks a lot
<Scott_> root@orangepipc2:~# iwlist
<Scott_> [interface] frequency
<Scott_> [interface] bitrate
<Scott_> [interface] channel
<Scott_> Usage: iwlist [interface] scanning [essid NNN] [last]
<Scott_> [interface] rate
<Scott_> [interface] encryption
<Scott_> [interface] keys
<Scott_> [interface] power
<Scott_> [interface] txpower
<Scott_> [interface] retry
<Scott_> [interface] ap
<Scott_> [interface] accesspoints
<Scott_> [interface] peers
<Scott_> [interface] event
<Scott_> [interface] auth
<Scott_> [interface] wpakeys
<Scott_> [interface] genie
<Scott_> [interface] modulation
<Scott_> should I try nightly kernel?
<Tonymac32> ... does lsusb show the device?
<Scott_> Bus 004 Device 002: ID 0bda:f179 Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
<lanefu> `iw list` with a space plase
<Scott_> iw list shows up blank
<lanefu> k
<Tonymac32> interesting
<Tonymac32> [ 813.536263] r8188eu: module is from the staging directory, the quality is unknown, you have been warned.
<Tonymac32> [ 813.548441] usbcore: registered new interface driver r8188eu
<Scott_> <Tonymac32> I
<Scott_> <Tonymac32> I've seen that in dmesg
<Tonymac32> I didn't say you hadn't, I'm reading. so module is loading, looks like everything should be in place
<Tonymac32> so, "interesting"
<Scott_> it also says this: [ 562.491638] cfg80211: failed to load regulatory.db
<Scott_> [ 891.736819] usbcore: registered new interface driver 8188eu
<Scott_> $ lshw: *-usb UNCLAIMED
<Scott_> product: 802.11n
<Scott_> physical id: 1
<Scott_> description: Generic USB device
<Scott_> vendor: Realtek
<Scott_> bus info: usb@4:1
<Scott_> version: 0.00
<Scott_> serial: 00E0202F8AB4
<Scott_> capabilities: usb-2.00
<Scott_> configuration: maxpower=500mA speed=480Mbit/s
<lanefu> i'd try nightly kernel..
<lanefu> i know that's not very strategic
<lanefu> i tried tried 4 usb adapters on kernel 5.4.40 sadly none wer 8188eu :P
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<Tonymac32> OK, I shifted to the patch series that were recently mainlined/submitted, Potato still has audio. I'm pushing this change once I change all the sound cards on GX(L) to have the same name and tweak Igor's sound conf accordingly. g12 is different though and will need other work
* Tonymac32 spent too much time staring at the LED hat on his desk playing the Adafruit demo gradient on his ESP32
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<IgorPec> Scott_ move to nightly kernel ... there are two 8188 drivers. One comes with the kernel and one we add. This second should only be active. Blacklist r8188eu and it should work ... current kernel doesn't have both enabled
<IgorPec> Tonymac32: are we already on the functionality of 5.4.y regarding audio?
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<IgorPec> good morning ;)
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<Tonymac32> good morning. Potato and Frite should be fine, I need to adjust/test the K2 and C2
<Tonymac32> the G12 stuff I don't know
<Tonymac32> I also don't know what our previos status was. ;)
<Tonymac32> if you want to verify do a build for potato and check
<IgorPec> i checked yesterday on lepotato ... devices were present in alsamixer but i didn't plug it anywhere since its in the test lab
<Tonymac32> well, I just (seconds ago) pushed some adjustments. The soundcard name the configs were made to is only good for the potato, so I modified the card naming in the device trees and made a conf reflect that new name
<Tonymac32> G12 will need it's own configuration as far as I understand
<IgorPec> yeah, isn't g12 already fundtional with librelec?
<Tonymac32> maybe? but it looks like it needs some alsa configuration as well from the script chewitt linked yesterday
<IgorPec> ok, i am trying to determine where should we cut off for the release. its not necesary to wait that everything works
<Tonymac32> the only thing not working this moment is the K2/C2 assuming my adjustments to the sound configs you made are ok
<Tonymac32> and a quick dts update fixes that
<IgorPec> you mean this last change needs to be tested?
<Tonymac32> yes, I didn't build a full image
<Tonymac32> so I know the kernel/dts is fine
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<Tonymac32> Building a C2 image now
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<Tonymac32> well, it still boots at least, filesystem resizing
<IgorPec> good!
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<Werner> Good morning
<IgorPec> good morning
<Tonymac32> Good morning
<Tonymac32> ROFL a clock is wrong somewhere, the audio is too fast on GXBB
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<Tonymac32> but, the configs must be working
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<Tonymac32> this will be a config issue in the device tree, somehow GG/GXL are no behaving the same
<Tonymac32> GX*
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<IgorPec> great ;)
<Tonymac32> the entry in the dts matches the old one, clock wise, so it must be in the dtsi's somewhere...
<Tonymac32> I pushed it with the note that playback is too fast
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<indy> hi all anybody here who has hands on rockchip64?
<IgorPec> what kind of hands?
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): RT @Superna9999: @cnxsoft @Raspberry_Pi « Security » and « raspberry pi » doesn’t match for me... unless you have ROM+fuses first boot chai… (20s ago)
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<nekomancer[m]> <indy "hi all anybody here who has hand"> Rock64? PinebookPro?
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<TonyMac25> lanefu, if you can build any C2/K2/frite/tater images and test that would be awesome, muchos gracias mi amigo
<nekomancer[m]> Raspberry Pi 4 Beta Firmware Brings True USB Boot for High-Speed Storage, No microSD Required - Hackster.io
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<IgorPec> nekomancer[m]: Board without SD card slot https://www.armbian.com/la-frite/
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<TonyMac25> lolz so can the Rock64, RockPro64, a few of the Allwinner boards, I booted my Tinker on a SPI flash as well (had to add it though)
<TonyMac25> can't remember if the tater has a flash like the fritter. ;-)
<TonyMac25> I don't think so
<IgorPec> yeah, not to mention all others that have sd card slot ;)
<TonyMac25> Also lanefu, "If the Libre Computer boards had been named in West Virginia"
<TonyMac25> igorpec, I haven't looked for the clock problem yet, but everything I've tested other than that looks ok. we need N2/C4 tests though
<IgorPec> my second C4 is in the custom process, probably delivered tomorrow
<IgorPec> N2 i can test - is it ready for testing?
<TonyMac25> I don't know for sure, I didn't do anything with it, but I had to purge some of my latest patches because they were already in place. it might work
<IgorPec> ok, will try asap
<TonyMac25> I went offline at 3:00 my time last night, so I was doooone
<IgorPec> omg. well, i had last week this king sitation. today is my first normal day, getting up at 7am
<IgorPec> going to bed around 01
<lanefu> TonyMac25: sure.. will kick off some builds.... this is from the PR 1977 right?
<nekomancer[m]> only 6 hour to sleep. small.
<TonyMac25> 1956
<TonyMac25> 6 hours isn't too bad, 4 becomes a problem.
<IgorPec> agree, 6 is plenty
<nekomancer[m]> road to hospis.
<IgorPec> we are all on that road ;)
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<lanefu> my hours have been soo bad
<lanefu> 1956 ooops
<lanefu> whats a k2 btw
<IgorPec> nanopi k2
<TonyMac25> lol
<lanefu> i just work here
<IgorPec> tonymac25: N2 no audio devices
<TonyMac25> it will sound high pitched on C2, there is a clock wrong somewhere
<TonyMac25> igorpec did we have audio on 5.4? I run headless
<TonyMac25> for N2*
<IgorPec> i am checking it right nowe
<IgorPec> i think not
<IgorPec> N2 with 5.6.y = http://ix.io/2mVg
<IgorPec> N2 with 5.4.y = http://ix.io/2mVh
<IgorPec> no audio in any case
<IgorPec> Ubuntu Focal related ... Chromium is only snapped which means we need to workaround it
<lanefu> lol Popey's response in that
<lanefu> Without getting into the why, what you're asking for is someone, somewhere to maintain the deb of Chromium. There is a time and resource commitment to do that work, providing the build for you. There's a couple of options.
<lanefu> they build arm64 snaps
<lanefu> i mean i think the workaround is desktop build of focal isntalls snapd
<lanefu> lol i don't like reading that outloud
<IgorPec> its installing debian package instead
<lanefu> fair enough i guess the workaround there isnt too bad
<IgorPec> its not that critical, but it requrie apt pinning
<IgorPec> there will questions "where is chromium" ...
<IgorPec> and i tested it few days ago with success
<lanefu> k.. is that something i should/could do for the release?
<IgorPec> i wonder shell we include this into upcoming relese ?
<lanefu> yeah if we're saying focal is supported this release. yes
<IgorPec> ok, will include it. anyway we could start with RC, right after meson64 got merged?
<lanefu> yeah good plan
<IgorPec> anything to change regarding the procedure ... in term of making it more simple?
<TonyMac25> agreed. we shouldn't need kernel changes on Meson64, so I'm ok with it being merged
<IgorPec> ok, lets merge. i think we have no regression, right?
<TonyMac25> I didn't see anything, my new AC WiFi card works now, I was playing YouTube videos like a boss
<lanefu> as far as procedure i thikn we just keep up working out of RC until we're happy withit, rather than having RC versions
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<IgorPec> one RC version which is trunk ... and branch once we are ready to roll?
<TonyMac25> we could just tag the RC rather than having multiple branches
<IgorPec> this is something we have to agree and keep it, changing this just creates confisuon
<lanefu> so to clarify.. one rolling RC branch for the release trunk.. at official release time, we cut a release branch.. so that we can go back and maintain if needed..... maintenance commits to release branch post-release can be tags
<lanefu> sound okay? its hard to write that clearly
<IgorPec> i am fine
<lanefu> as far as any RC Image produced... build with the "BETA" flag so that they're differeniated by the timestamp thing it does
<IgorPec> we have nightly images
<IgorPec> we could use them for this purpose
<IgorPec> they are already "there is no support" labelled, just download pages needs some differenciation
<lanefu> so will you be running a second nightly job to run from the RC branch instead? or just changing the nightly job
<IgorPec> i can separate them, move nightlies / testing below
<lanefu> yeah that sounds good
<IgorPec> i can just move to a different tag ... the problem is that gprovost reported that it might not work properly :)
<lanefu> :( which part might not work?
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<IgorPec> but it looks like its related to Docker ... i didn't check that yet
<IgorPec> forget it, i will workaround this in case of troubles
<IgorPec> our work, whatever we will do with images, will manifest on nightly images
<IgorPec> versining
<TonyMac25> this audio clock thing is weird, I used the GXL patches on the GX for 5.4 and there weren't any issues.
<IgorPec> just they will have extra build number and will be in the nightly subdir, without torrent dl support
<TonyMac25> but this time it sounds like everyone inhaled Helium...
<IgorPec> haha :) Armbian 20.05 Helium
<lanefu> IgorPec: okay sounds good
<TonyMac25> I like it
<IgorPec> lanefu: i have to do somethin with download pages ...
<IgorPec> now its not clear which images to test
<lanefu> do we want the RC images available from the download pages? or just have a directory, or seperate page just for the RC testing
<IgorPec> good question
<IgorPec> I would put them on the bottom of https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-4/
<IgorPec> after "All download options" ... in the same fashion, just with some extra notes. They will be automatically removed, once we clean them - after release
<lanefu> ahh gotcha.. yeah it just needs like an extra column of info
<IgorPec> for something better I need to call for web designers help
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<lanefu> k.. i'm taking a look at content-single.php
<lanefu> ...and the wordpress theme
<lanefu> bleh.. yeah i see why you said web designer... can of worms
<IgorPec> yeah, its a total mess :)
<IgorPec> i make it a mess . before it was somehow
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<Tonymac32> oof working on international shipping rates for stuff, what a mess
<lanefu> Tonymac32: outsource to fivvr
<indy> nekomancer[m], rockpi s
<indy> nekomancer[m], smallest one with 256mb ram
<indy> IgorPec, virtual hands :)
<indy> IgorPec, i need preempt_rt kernel but according forum 4.4 rt effort faded out as mdio drivers (lan and wlan) are source of kernel panic
<lanefu> indy: what about rt 5.4 or 5.6 patches
<indy> IgorPec, i got 5.6.11 kernel occasionally booting as rk3308 landed there, but booting is unreliable
<indy> lanefu, yes that is what i'm thinking about, as 5.6 has rk3308 support (even without rockpi s)
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<archetech> oops I did it again
<archetech> Host: rock64-lfs Kernel: 5.6.13-1-ARCH aarch64 bits: 64 Console: tty 0
<archetech> <archetech> Distro: Linux From Scratch 20200521-systemd
<archetech> <archetech> Machine: Type: ARM Device System: Pine64 Rock64
<lanefu> archetech: arch addict
<archetech> I use their kernel/uboot so easy
<archetech> it's usb hdd boot/run too
<lanefu> what other rockchip boards do they support?
<archetech> 3399
<lanefu> but usb boot is pretty cool. so are you using their u-boot on spi?
<HerculeP> hi lanefu , pr1956 no sound at all
<HerculeP> C2 via HDMI
<archetech> spi is empty seems to find things using fstab
<archetech> stock plain boot.scr
<lanefu> HerculeP: k.. does pulse audio show any audio sinks other than dummy?
<HerculeP> just dummy
<IgorPec> but lepotato works (seen on my own eyes) :) which means we are close
<archetech> leSpud
<archetech> aka the tatertot
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): RT @openoms: Hello there! :) https://t.co/Lakp1KQzYE https://t.co/7PnQsV9IXG (17s ago)
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<Tonymac32> I had to just switch to the AR-236 branch, it wasn't pulling properly when I referenced the PR, BTW
<Tonymac32> so try just switching to the branch the changes are in, I tested C2 last night.
<IgorPec> tonymac32: i can also just merge and tomorrow nightly images will have it
<Tonymac32> sounds good.
<Tonymac32> I don't know why, but snagging the PR was not working for some reason last night, so if that's happening to *not just me*, then the images would have no audio
<Tonymac32> as it was pulling old stuff, not the new stuff
<IgorPec> there were some Jenkins issues. you were using that builds?
<Tonymac32> hmm? No, I caught that behavior pretty quickly and switched to the branch directly
<IgorPec> under docker?
<Tonymac32> native
<IgorPec> strange
<Tonymac32> I have a box that I dedicate to this kind of stuff
<IgorPec> me too. didn't notice any troubles
<Tonymac32> it worked 2 days ago, but not yesterday
<Tonymac32> so like I said, might just be me, but I thought I'd mention
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<lanefu> woohoo
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