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<lanefu> lol
<lanefu> xwigg: i've never used i2c before.... that works on like any gpio pin? its not like SPI where there's special pins on the board from what i can see
<lanefu> ohh TWI
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<lanefu> xwigg: got my clock detected
<lanefu> trying to set chrony up
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<saurabh009> Hi, can anyone tell if gc2035 driver is available in the mainline armbian ?
<saurabh009> For the integration of camera module with the orange pi pc board
<Werner> Good morning
<saurabh009> morning
<saurabh009> Do you know about the gc2035 module Werner?
<Werner> Nope
<saurabh009> oh ok
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<Werner> Nice. Running OPi one at 1368MHz
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<Werner> saurabh009, did you try to utilize forum search for gc2035? Because from what I saw there is no mainline driver for this camera.
<IgorPec> good morning
<Werner> Morning Igor and bye Igor :P going for a run. Later
<IgorPec> yeah, i also come and go :)
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<bigbrovar> Hey guys. So I am looking to get the espressobin v7 based on the testimony here about how stable it is. Just have a question about the soc.. Does it have crypto extension enabled? (VPN is one of the big use case for me Openvpn especially) and does it support LTE mini pci. Lastly how well does it handle thermals
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<lanefu> [TheBug]: may have feedback on that
<lanefu> Lte minipcie shouldn't be an issue as long as kernel driver exists
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<nekomancer[m]> Seems eMMC modules for SBC oDroid, radxa — contains only one chip.
<nekomancer[m]> It means there no controller for wearing, reservation. bad block remapping, background optimization etc.
<nekomancer[m]> then why armbian not used for emmc special designed FS, like f2fs?
<lanefu> nekomancer[m]: not enough people are stepping up and trying to implement things like that... there's theroretrical f2fs support with nand-daa insatll or ROOTFS_TYPE at buuld time. but hasnt beeen maintained
<lanefu> we don't have people contributing to optimization anymore
<lanefu> tkaiser was the primary person focused on that
<nekomancer[m]> isn't it a just kernel-mainline work?
<lanefu> nekomancer[m]: https://git.io/JJiwv see ROOTFS_TYPE
<lanefu> why dont you play with builder and make some images and see how it works for you
<lanefu> i use brfs root for most of my stuff
<lanefu> which is flash aware as weell
* nekomancer[m] uses btrfs root too.
<lanefu> "Armbian is a base operating system platform for single board computers (SBCs) that other projects can trust to build upon."
<nekomancer[m]> but now I start to adopt new rock pi 4 with emmc — and noted emmc should be bad with ext* and btrfs.
<lanefu> we need help achieving that
<lanefu> why emmc bad with btrfs?
<IgorPec> kernel 4.4?
<nekomancer[m]> no-no, bad in context of emmc chip leverage
<nekomancer[m]> the same blocks are used constantly and wear out
<nekomancer[m]> on ssd there are special controller to solve this problem.
<nekomancer[m]> but on emmc modules — no.
<nekomancer[m]> Or possible I miss something, and there are kind of contoller inside?
<lanefu> i mean the SoCs have a controller
<lanefu> thats how eMMC is supported
<lanefu> not sure how much doing the right thing they do...
<lanefu> you could dig into whatever stanards an MMC controllere is supposd to abide by
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<nekomancer[m]> your link tells btrfs is good enough for flash
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<lanefu> :)
<lanefu> also put this in your weekly cron https://gist.github.com/lanefu/98d5799a6f8ca0bbba0ef03fa0225ffd
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<lanefu> I need a irc bouncer for my bouncer
<lanefu> so that i can keep myself from opening my weechat window
<nekomancer[m]> :O
<lanefu> IgorPec: Werner https://snipboard.io/ZPhl6F.jpg
<lanefu> well any of you ^
<lanefu> waiting for rest to come
<IgorPec> haha
<IgorPec> good one
<martinayotte_> :-P
<BenZucker[m]> Hahaha. Nice lanefu
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<lanefu> BenZucker[m]: gonna ask a stupid question.. are you and Werner the same person?
<Werner> We are
<Werner> Was on the road. Having some Sushi. Using Matrix with IRC bridge is neat for mobile
<lanefu> haha okay..
<lanefu> oh [m] means matrix
<lanefu> Werner: BTW is ArmbianHelper homegrown, or is it a botframework that i could google
<nekomancer[m]> having sushi, watching anime
<nekomancer[m]> trainig with katana
<Werner> lanefu, limnoria is the framework
<IgorPec> autodetection works
<IgorPec> fan works
<IgorPec> currently mainline on N2 is not booting ...
<IgorPec> i fuc**** up something ... in this branch ofc
<lanefu> :P
<IgorPec> and i also discover that armbian-config is unable to set speed up
<lanefu> because it can't read cpufreq-info? or someting else
<IgorPec> cpus are divided into groups
<IgorPec> or sections
<IgorPec> if you have same cpus, all works the same speed, you have one policy
<IgorPec> if you have 4 x big , 2 x small its policy4 i think and if you have 2 x small 4 x big its policy 2
<IgorPec> its a location where you get max_cpu_speed
<IgorPec> read out of those numbers is wrong ATM
<lanefu> woohooo IgorPec gave me an assignment
<IgorPec> you said so :)
<lanefu> lol yep
<IgorPec> its not critical problem, but its away from my current focus
<lanefu> its a good one for me
<lanefu> since my n2 is idle
<lanefu> and i have xu4's also
<IgorPec> great! checking on xu4 is must
<IgorPec> and we have rk3399 ... anything else?
<lanefu> yeah got that opi4
<IgorPec> that's it i think
<lanefu> cool
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<on2> hi ppl:-)
<on2> I try to build panfrost drivers for odroid n2
<on2> and finally to allow non-root user to access the driver according to this page https://panfrost.freedesktop.org/building-panfrost-mesa.html
<on2> but I can not understand these lines: # chmod 0666 /dev/dri/*
<on2> and this /* TODO: udev rule */
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<buZz> what dont you understand about that chmod?
<buZz> you can configure udev to give those /dev/dri/* the right permissions from the start
<on2> buZz
<on2> I didn't make my self clear
<buZz> thats ok
<on2> I do understand #chmod 0666 /dev/dri/* of course (giving rights to non-root users)
<buZz> ok
<on2> but I can not understand the rest of it...
<buZz> the rest being that TODO line?
<on2> this part /* TODO: UDEV RULE*/
<buZz> yeah, its a note in documentation to expand it later with a udev rule
<buZz> that would do that chmod for you
<on2> a note? not a command?
<buZz> yes
<buZz> its a note that the person who wrote that document, added for himself
<on2> so it doesn't do anything
<buZz> correct
<on2> is an explanation
<on2> I see
<buZz> cool, i want to try to build panfrost aswell
<buZz> but on a devuan system (samsung chromebook peach pi)
<on2> yes...try and share
<buZz> it'll take ages :)
<on2> hahaha!
<on2> yes!
<on2> I will try it even with my odroid c4
<on2> I suspect that this will be no so simple thought? as described in this guide
<on2> thought---->thought
<on2> though
<on2> there must be some modifications of the X11 config file...
<on2> too..
<buZz> well, just start X and read the logs :)
<Miouyouyou> buzz Compiling panfrost on a tinkerboard takes roughly 10 minutes. As long as you only choose panfrost, the compilation can be done on a small machine.
<buZz> yeah i just need a working distro that i understand onto this chromebook first ;)
<buZz> getting there though
<Miouyouyou> Try prawnos maybe
<Miouyouyou> The devs sent me a lot of chromebooks patches
<Miouyouyou> Which I kind of ditched when they could not be applied anymore, because I have no such Chromebooks. But, yeah, it's a Debian based distro that focus on using free drivers for everything
<buZz> looks nice
<buZz> but doesnt support mine :) (exynos5 , samsung chromebook 2)
<buZz> supporting all these different devices is just very hard i guess
<buZz> they are similar but not 100%
<Miouyouyou> Yeah. They all have their "things" like weird partitions uuid, USB mess, ...
<buZz> and i need some developer key to sign the kernel?
<buZz> its weird
<archetech> <IgorPec> currently mainline on N2 is not booting ...
<archetech> <IgorPec> i fuc**** up something ... in this branch ofc
<archetech> more waiting ok
<IgorPec> i found the problem
<IgorPec> well, at least i narrow it down
<IgorPec> i'll fix it tomorrow
<archetech> k
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<martinayotte_> IgorPac: I've almost finished my Allwinner garden tour for DEV-5.8.y, I will probably commit changes tomorrow ...
<martinayotte_> IgorPec: I've almost finished my Allwinner garden tour for DEV-5.8.y, I will probably commit changes tomorrow ...
<IgorPec> ok
<IgorPec> btw. what about u-boot?
<IgorPec> allwinner is still on 04 but it seems its to risky to switch at the last moment
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<nekomancer[m]> <IgorPec "and we have rk3399 ... anything "> pinebookPro?
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