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<R0b0t1``> Has anyone ever worked with dwc3? I can get USB2 device mode working but not 3
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<Tonymac32> sorry R0b0t1'', not like that I haven't
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<R0b0t1``> yeah figuring I'm actually gonna have to debug stuff
<lanefu> man i'm still not like super happy with wireless on pbp right now
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<rneese> /msg NickServ identify Thumper69
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<[TheBug]> rneese: ouch make sure you change that ;/
<[TheBug]> lanefu: what bugs you about it?
<rneese> its not the right one anyways but I did
<rneese> I am still dealing with the full build list
<rneese> but itscoming along
<rneese> but going off the pkg list from the ubuntu dde iso and figuring out the matching pkgs is not easy
<lanefu> [TheBug]: packet loss
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<R0b0t1``> isn't pinebook chassis aluminum?
<R0b0t1``> but also, packet loss on wifi is typical; the max bandwidth is usually measured inches between the devices
<lanefu> the display part is aluminum
<lanefu> other half is plastic
<lanefu> anyway this is high packet loss
<lanefu> mtr hitting 30-40% loss on same subnet.. and randomg ssh pauses
<lanefu> and lots of retransmits in iperf ,or just like 0 performance
<lanefu> and its somewhat intermitten like its an interrupt thing
<lanefu> and the older wifi firmware didnt haev retransmits
<lanefu> but need the newer firmware for bluetooth
<Tonymac32> ugh
<Tonymac32> So, couldn't find a quick smoking gun for the u-boot thing, I'm leaving it alone for the moment and might ask around for any tips.
<Tonymac32> I'm also trying to draw a diagram of what it means to add/modify a platform in Armbian, and sketch my proposal to see if it makes sense
<lanefu> uboot is hard
<lanefu> yeah im intrigued about your platform idea
<Tonymac32> uboot I think is ok, mostly. I have 1 last idea that shouldn't work, I'm going to try to boot the image on a Tinker (non-S)
<Tonymac32> u-boot now has different dts's, and while I don't think it should matter...
<Tonymac32> (I only have 1 non-S tinker, trying to find it)
<Tonymac32> omfg
<lanefu> ....it matters ? lol
<ArmbianHelper> ..it matters ? lol [en~>eng]
<Tonymac32> I'm going to rage quit
<Tonymac32> so now to go back and recreate the work I just wiped out and test if the Tinker S u-boot will boot a Tinker non-S
<Tonymac32> because we're not set up for 2 u-boots
<nekomancer[m]> Nobody --expects the Spanish Inquisition-- set up for 2 u-boots
<Tonymac32> lol
<Tonymac32> well the Tinker was alone for a while, then the S came out and *used to* boot with the same bootloader
<Tonymac32> something in the emmc driver/pinctrl is making it angry obviously
<Tonymac32> or
<Tonymac32> mmcblk0p1 is not mmcblk0p1, which is possible
<Tonymac32> loads initramfs from the SD, hands over control, initramfs decides to go check out the emmc
<Tonymac32> in other news, bought an H3 keyboard
<Tonymac32> XD
<Tonymac32> it has a huge amount of space inside, so I'll probably wedge a Tinker S in there or something else I have a pile of
<Tonymac32> the H3 is likely not worth messing with
<lanefu> you bought a keyboard that has an allwinner h3?
<Tonymac32> yes
<Tonymac32> it's an all-in-one type PC thing, shitty android/etc
<lanefu> Ah gotcha hadn't seen those
<Tonymac32> I'm guessing 10 minutes to boot Armbian, but I don't need any more H3's I have a small pile
<Tonymac32> the RC2014 guy got one to see if an RC2014 fit in it, unfortunately not in normal backplane form anyway
<Tonymac32> would have been peak 80's
<Tonymac32> ... A VGA-wielding ESP32 would though
<ArmbianHelper> . A VGA-wielding ESP32 would though [en~>eng]
<Tonymac32> :D
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<Tonymac32> if the "S" image boots both machines I'll be moving to it, and adding the UMS code
<Tonymac32> lanefu, the idea is easy enough, implementation I don't know
<lanefu> What's UMS code?
<Tonymac32> usb mass storage
<lanefu> Doh
<Tonymac32> but I was meaning the build system
<lanefu> Yeah I know. We have parallel conversations
<Tonymac32> also, for Tinker, in theory I should be able to get the camera/pi touchscreen working
<Tonymac32> in theory
<Tonymac32> on mainline
<Tonymac32> video decoding is still too early I think
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<Tonymac32> hmmm s805x kernel mailing list chatter about potentially broken USB.
<lanefu> Boo
<Tonymac32> well I'm going to see if it affects us or not
<Tonymac32> sre our meson64 images already 5.8?
<Tonymac32> or just the trunk for building?
<lanefu> I think they may have been bumped.....
<Tonymac32> if not off the top of your head I'll look, I was just in "internet lazy mode"
<Tonymac32> and I have 5 SSH sessions open right now...
<Tonymac32> yes 5.8
<Tonymac32> ok I'll build/flash/test
<Werner> Good morning
<Tonymac32> Good morning Werner
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<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @sahajsarup Mainline kernel usable? (8s ago)
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<Tonymac32> OK, S805X USB is fine with Kernel 5.8.10, at least for us. Not sure what the chatter on the mailing list is
<[TheBug]> lanefu: what type of antenna does it have on it?
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<Werner> Is the cert for apt.armbian.com expired?
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<lanefu> Werner: let me take a look
<lanefu> yeah it was missing from the renew list
<lanefu> fixing
<lanefu> Werner: fixed
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<lanefu> im gonna roll back that big firmware update i merged
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<lanefu> still torn between which bluetooth firmware... they both break wifi
<lanefu> well... degrade wifi i should say
<jock> hello!
<lanefu> good morning
<jock> thanks morning you too, afternoon here actually
<lanefu> well looking at teh clock
<lanefu> its.. uhm basically afternoon here lol
<jock> lanefu: where are you from?
<jock> well, actually the proper question would be where are you located now... :)
<lanefu> ha USA.. Virginia
<nekomancer[m]> .seen chewitt
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<lanefu> okay i don't want to jinx myself but i think i got an acceptable firmware combo
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<lanefu> nekomancer[m]: and other PBP people... wanna test out this image... check wifi, bluetooth, sound and watch dmesg for noise https://armbian.lane-fu.com/Armbian_20.11.0-trunk-sunday_Pinebook-pro_bullseye_current_5.8.10_desktop.img.xz
<ArmbianTwitter> @fkardame (Furkan kardame): @Superna9999 Just wanted to point your attention to this post. https://t.co/HAkjq4aXWI (27s ago)
<Tonymac32> downloading, but need to go to hardware store. A frayed and assumed-to-be abandoned wire on the far side of my house actually ran the well pump on the other side of the house...
<Tonymac32> sooooooooooooo
<Tonymac32> I only take solace in the fact it needed fixed anyway
<lanefu> eek love loose wires
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<lanefu> IgorPec: i'm mostly done computering for the day, but do you think you could rebuild the trunk armbian-firmware package if it doersnt build automatically
<IgorPec> yes, i can push it to the repo
<IgorPec> will do it later on
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<jock> Tonymac32: hello, are you still struggling with recent u-boot on tinkerboard?
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<nekomancer[m]> lanefu: i run your image on my PBP. wifi works (not perform tests for loss, stability etc — no statistic), Sound plays in youtube in firefox and chromium. no noise in dmesg. Watchdog daemon sees wd device and can set timer to 60 sec.
<nekomancer[m]> fn+ brightness works;
<nekomancer[m]> Fn+ volume buttons not work
<nekomancer[m]> Fn+Esc should command "sleep". but seems it after it my PBP dead
<lanefu> yeah volume keys arenn't configured
<nekomancer[m]> no reaction to same button and power. even for 10+ sec pressing
<lanefu> sleep is a known issue... goes beyond just armbian https://armbian.atlassian.net/browse/AR-432
<ArmbianHelper> AR-432 [Sub-task] "Sleep Config" reported by Lane Jennison at 2020-09-15. Status: To Do
<lanefu> just gotta hold power on its own adn eevntually it'll come back
<lanefu> cold boot
<lanefu> take a few tries
<lanefu> awesome that dmesg is quiet!
<nekomancer[m]> thank you. try to perform 3 boot cycle
<Werner> lanefu, awesome
<Werner> IgorPec, do you want to install this auto welcome thingy addon for Invision? I can take care about the configuration later on if necessary.
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<nekomancer[m]> now I see some noise in dmesg
<nekomancer[m]> like
<nekomancer[m]> [ 1068.449311] Purging 1548288 bytes
<nekomancer[m]> [ 1068.554119] Purging 1675264 bytes
<nekomancer[m]> [ 1068.932030] Purging 1765376 bytes
<[TheBug]> thats from using zram for swap I am pretty sure
<[TheBug]> are you swapping?
<[TheBug]> happens on RockPi 4c under memory heavy loads as well when it swaps so I assume thats what it is
<nekomancer[m]> don't know... it brand new image. I listen music from youtube in firefox and run apt-get install kde-plasma-desktop
<nekomancer[m]> `[ 1390.250673] panfrost_gem_shrinker_scan: 4 callbacks suppressed
<nekomancer[m]> `
<[TheBug]> ohh
<[TheBug]> yeah actually
<[TheBug]> just did some digging
<[TheBug]> "Hmm, it seems that panfrost might be the culprit. These "Purging ... bytes" come from the panfrost driver..."
<Werner> nekomancer[m], panfrost related
<[TheBug]> yay, I learned something new
<nekomancer[m]> htop shows me 26m swap, 1.5g ram used
<[TheBug]> nekomancer[m]: you are right its panfrost video driver, I was wrong
<IgorPec> Werner: its installed and updated, just disabled
<IgorPec> under applications, enable it
<Werner> Aight, will take a look probably tomorrow
<IgorPec> ok
<nekomancer[m]> hm. htop not show me temperature and cpu clock frequences?
<nekomancer[m]> I saw it in old armbians
<[TheBug]> probably hasn't been compiled for that board yet
<[TheBug]> thats a custom thing the team builds for each adjusting the system devices I think.. so may not have built the package for the pinebook yet
<IgorPec> or you are using bullseye?
<nekomancer[m]> emmmm... fastest way to look?
<IgorPec> lsb_release -a
<nekomancer[m]> it's lanefu fresh build
<IgorPec> dunno what is lanefu fresh build :)
<IgorPec> yes
<IgorPec> that's the problem
<IgorPec> wait ... after update it will work
<IgorPec> or not since this is trunk build :(
<lanefu> thanks for figuring out purging message... i had thought it was zram too
<nekomancer[m]> lanefu: end of apt upgrae:
<nekomancer[m]> update-initramfs: Generating /boot/initrd.img-5.8.10-rockchip64
<nekomancer[m]> W: Possible missing firmware /lib/firmware/renesas_usb_fw.mem for built-in driver xhci_pci
<nekomancer[m]> update-initramfs: Converting to u-boot format
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<nekomancer[m]> htop have no updates via apt upgrade
<nekomancer[m]> lanefu: volume buttons por favor 🙂
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<Wizzard> hello
<Wizzard> just installed the latest Armbian on RockPro64 and it is good
<Wizzard> but I am not sure how to change the boot resolution. when I edit ArmbianEnv.txt and set it there, it does not work
<nekomancer[m]> to Pinebook Pro context: https://gitlab.com/as400l/pbp-uboot-display-menu
<lanefu> Wizzard: what resolution
<Wizzard> something different from fullHD
<Wizzard> on the console
<Wizzard> via HDMI
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<lanefu> in /boot/armbianEnv.txt
<lanefu> add this line
<lanefu> extraargs="video=1024x760@60"
<lanefu> *768
<lanefu> extraargs="video=1024x768@60"
<Wizzard> will try, thx, I tried something similar
<Wizzard> yes, now it just shows no signal on TV
<lanefu> okay... just work on it until you get a resolution that works
<lanefu> try 1280x720
<Wizzard> hm, works, thanks :)
<lanefu> sweet
<Wizzard> will update the forum post
<lanefu> yeah sorry i meant to reply to taht last night
<Wizzard> :)
<Wizzard> ok, good night, guys :)
<lanefu> cya
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<Tonymac32> hi Jock, the Tinkerboard target boots on the tinkerboard just great, it does not boot a Tinkerboard S, so I need to build that target to test as well.
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