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<Tonymac32> lanefu this looks pretty good, sound/video/bluettoth/wifi
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<ArmbianTwitter> @TonyMac_32 (Thomas McKahan): Hello from @thepine64 Pine Book Pro. Thanks @lanefu for the latest @armbian kernel 5.8 test image! (19s ago)
<lanefu> Tonymac32: awesome
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<Tonymac32> I nand-sata-installed it as well, no problems
<lanefu> forrealy?
<lanefu> thats aewsome news
<lanefu> trying to get standby to work
<lanefu> i know there's bugs with sleep
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<Tonymac32> does anyone know why we held MiQi at 2017 u-boot?
<lanefu> no idear
<Tonymac32> I can't remember if it's boot order is backward or something odd
<Tonymac32> that board is Myy's specialty
* Tonymac32 realizes he has a USB-C dock at his desk. Looks at PBP
<lanefu> don't get excited
<lanefu> video wont work
<lanefu> everything else will
<Tonymac32> no DP?
<Tonymac32> we should be able to remedy this
<Tonymac32> ethernet is good, no display as you said
<Tonymac32> wow SD insta-recognized, cool
<Tonymac32> running iozone out of curiosity
<Tonymac32> crappy card write was 12 MBps, read was 59 MBps
<nekomancer[m]> as all mine A1 cards
<Tonymac32> this isn't an A1 though, so now I need to find an A1
<Tonymac32> OK, out with the 2017 SanDisk Ulatra C10 HC1
<nekomancer[m]> 16G good for tests
<Tonymac32> I have a 32 in my hand right now :D
<Tonymac32> on the old card it is notable that it was doing 12 on every record size
<Tonymac32> looking at the data on it I wouldn't be able to tell you the native block size
<Tonymac32> OK, first run on the A1 gave me some weird results
<Tonymac32> rewrite was faster than write
<Tonymac32> as was random write
<Tonymac32> top number though were 20 MBps write, 60 MBps read
<nekomancer[m]> ьфниу ше огые дшуы фищге ешьу
<nekomancer[m]> maybe it just lies about times
<Tonymac32> using the tkaiser recipe, so I doubt it
<Tonymac32> you can't be that angry and not know what you're doing at the same time
<Tonymac32> :D
<Tonymac32> I remember some discussion about fresh cards not testing the same after some use
<Tonymac32> increasing the data size to avoid cache issues if that's somehow sneaking in
<Tonymac32> I was just curious about how the USB reader would work vs the SoC ones since who the hell knows what controller is in that thing. (guess I could lsusb)
<nekomancer[m]> mistique
<lanefu> k i disabled all the sleep/hibernate stuff... and if you close the lid the screen turns off and thats it
<lanefu> and hopefully volume key shortcuts
<Tonymac32> yeah, she's a wee cranky about coming back from a shut lid
<lanefu> yeah apparently there's a deeper firmware issue per pine forums
<lanefu> i tried to get it to like the kernel "sleep"
<Tonymac32> unsurprising, I never tried to get sleep/wake working on anything
<lanefu> but still need a better uboot ro something
<Tonymac32> yes, u-boot is the culprit
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<Tonymac32> it isn't logging the shutdown reason/reading the shutdown reason
<Tonymac32> and then booting appropriately
<Tonymac32> so it's cold starting
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<Tonymac32> I am certain I'm breaking the TV box that in the build script under rk3288
<Tonymac32> xt-q8l-v10
<Tonymac32> but I don't know what to do with it's goofy DDR2 with the binman images from u-boot
<Tonymac32> I'll post it up with a note tagging the csc owner
<lanefu> wise
<lanefu> man I really want hte dumb bootslash to wrk
<Tonymac32> does it work on any RK3399?
<Tonymac32> it wasn't until now I saw u-boot spit out video on an RK3288
<lanefu> yeah it worked on kernel 5.8.9
<Tonymac32> weird
<lanefu> on the PBP
<lanefu> it was sweet
<Tonymac32> and agreed
<lanefu> yeah some definite boot screen kernel 5.8.10 drama
<Tonymac32> aren't there supposed to be no real changes in the .y portion of the kernel increments? only bugfixes?
<lanefu> you'd think
<lanefu> there was my like 10 redoes of that
<lanefu> as well
<Tonymac32> some cursed NXP stuff
<Tonymac32> if the M4F is totally accessible that's somewhat interesting from a controls standpoint
<Tonymac32> ROFL the comments section: "WhY Is It MorE $$ thAn An RpI?!?!?!"
<Tonymac32> because there is a solid chance it isn't a complete pile of trash
<Tonymac32> NXP chips are pricey, no getting around it
<Tonymac32> I was presented this board by another chat group for those CH55x USB micros. I think this would be a better invest than the Chameleon96, which is a shame, that board is gorgeous, but Quartus and Intel FPGA stuff in general is a nightmare
<Tonymac32> I very much dislike the 96boards standard
<Tonymac32> sockets on the main board, 2mm pitch (because we all have those lying about)
<Tonymac32> I actually have some plugs for 2mm because of the mini2440, but I don't have any pins to go in that dumb socket
<Tonymac32> the chameleon kind of addresses that a little by having a 2.54mm UART header
<lanefu> isnt the voltage standard lower too
<lanefu> for gpio
<Tonymac32> if you're on the socket, yeah 1.8V
<Tonymac32> I haven't checked the included UART with this board to see if it's 1.8 or 3.3 since it's not part of that header
<Tonymac32> In any case, I'm rambling and generally just being negative. I hope I can make that board do something, but so far all I've accomplished was a 25 GB download of some Intel tools
<Tonymac32> ok ok hyperbole
<Tonymac32> 3 GB of setup files
<Tonymac32> I need to get this i.MX6ULL board running before I mess with an i.MX8M
<Tonymac32> I keep aggravating my thumb, while working on that conduit mess today I slipped and kind of side-punched a rotten piece of plywood edge-on
<Tonymac32> spent 20 minutes cutting out splinters
<Tonymac32> thankfully my pain tolerance is quite high, my daughter was there when I did it, wanted to see the splinters
<Tonymac32> XD
<Tonymac32> lanefu that i.MX8M should have a single PCIe2 lane
<Tonymac32> but they don't mention it in the board info so probably not broken out.
<Tonymac32> quad-spi with XIP, nice. Also not on this board I think
<Tonymac32> 20x I2S ROFL. Time to do <anything but audio> with those
<nekomancer[m]> my thinkpad can to wait for 15 seconds after closing lid, go to sleep, then, aftr time, like a hour or 2, do suspend to disk, and wake up when I open lid, and continue all application, excluding open tcp connections. With windows, for sure. that means it is possible. And it is useful.
<Tonymac32> of course it is. It's just not one of the well-documented functions from our Rockchip friends
<Tonymac32> and the handoff from kernel to U-boot can be fun
<nekomancer[m]> <lanefu "man I really want hte dumb boots"> let it just show boot log, as id did fathers and grandfathers
<Tonymac32> 640k OK
<lanefu> nekomancer[m]: thats a good idea
<nekomancer[m]> Creativity & Innovations!
<Tonymac32> haha
<lanefu> time for slumber
<nekomancer[m]> true.
<nekomancer[m]> it's time.
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<Tony_mac32> sigh, had to hard reset my modem, because everyone makes such quality hardware these days...
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<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): RT @TonyMac_32: Hello from @thepine64 Pine Book Pro. Thanks @lanefu for the latest @armbian kernel 5.8 test image! (26s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): Enjoy today's #armbian bug and features update! https://t.co/k9utGTV9Rz @orangepixunlong @Olimex @thepine64 @kobol_io @radxa_oshw @FriendlyARM_ @OdroidH @sinovoip @solid_run @GlobalscaleTech @Arm @Tinkerboarding @librecomputer @khadas_official @TeeFirefly (19s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): Enjoy today's #armbian bug and features update! https://t.co/k9utGTV9Rz @orangepixunlong @Olimex @thepine64 @kobol_io @FriendlyARM_ @OdroidH @sinovoip @solid_run @GlobalscaleTech @Tinkerboarding @librecomputer @khadas_official (1s ago)
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<Wizzard> hello
<Wizzard> just trying IRC Cloud plugin for Rambox
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<ArmbianTwitter> @Nosluop56 (George P): @armbian @orangepixunlong @Olimex @thepine64 @kobol_io @FriendlyARM_ @OdroidH @sinovoip @solid_run @GlobalscaleTech @Tinkerboarding @librecomputer @khadas_official << Some Rockpro64 boards have troubles with upgrade. >> So am I risking breaking a working system if I 'apt update && apt upgrade' my nanopim4v2? (19s ago)
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<rneese> hey IgorPec we got the build list for the iso
<rneese> so I now have a smaller build liest
<lanefu> mornin
<rneese> morning
<rneese> so after days of working on this I got ahold of the ubuntudde group and got the list
<rneese> and I about have the install ready for a new test
<rneese> should we use the slick greater or lightdm
<rneese> and do we use ibus ?
<lanefu> no ibus packages
<lanefu> just basic dbus packages for desktop builds
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @Nosluop56 @orangepixunlong @Olimex @thepine64 @kobol_io @FriendlyARM_ @OdroidH @sinovoip @solid_run @GlobalscaleTech @Tinkerboarding @librecomputer @khadas_official It seems limited to Rockpro64 only. Upgrade on Nanopi M4V2 works fine: https://t.co/oOiaZKyxZ2 https://t.co/F0AHwn8Cxt (3s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @FrankMankel @FriendlyARM_ Armbian ist auch bereit für installieren 😃https://t.co/51QwY8KpWk (3s ago)
<rneese> ok
<rneese> and acpi ?
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<ArmbianTwitter> @FrankMankel (Frank Mankel): @armbian @FriendlyARM_ I know. Thank you (6s ago)
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<rneese> I think I about have it
<rneese> yes
<rneese> burning a new sd now for test build
<rneese> I do have to say alot more pkgs but it should be a clean install
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<ArmbianTwitter> @Nosluop56 (George P): @armbian @orangepixunlong @Olimex @thepine64 @kobol_io @FriendlyARM_ @OdroidH @sinovoip @solid_run @GlobalscaleTech @Tinkerboarding @librecomputer @khadas_official Thanks! Upgraded nicely. OMV and 6 docker containers all running fine! 😀😀👍👍 What's with the 'No end user support: built from trunk' line though? ... https://t.co/HATtzG6eu4 (11s ago)
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<rneese> do we need acpi support ?
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<lanefu> yeah i don't know how well arm plays with acpi.. good thing to research
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<lanefu> laptops is kind of new horizons for armbian.. despite token support for a few in the past
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<rneese> yeah the only laptop i know of is the pine64
<lanefu> anyway i wouldnt worry about acpi yet
<rneese> so I guess I will leave it out for now it can be added
<lanefu> yeah
<lanefu> less is more
<lanefu> as they say
<rneese> well for a full install that works I nw have the list
<rneese> thats what it looks like to make a full working dde install
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<rneese> updated seems 4 pkgs where not allowed
<rneese> install is running
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @schestowitz Developers do. :) https://t.co/1rigArEbBr (8s ago)
<rneese> this is what I based it on
<rneese> but there is more to go it seems other pkgs
<rneese> but this is a desktop part
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<rneese> its alot but then I have to work on the next section but this will make a fully functional desktop I think will be liked
<bd1308> acpi, the package seems to be broken, but I've been able to get what I needed out of sysfs anyway
<rneese> once tested we skin the greeter for login
<bd1308> rneese: what environment are you working on?
<rneese> ubuntudde
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<rneese> working to make a full working desktop install based on the iso
<bd1308> will that have wayland support? That was on my todo list somewhere
<rneese> its in there but I dont know where it fully stands
<rneese> and what has to be done yet
<rneese> what device are you using
<rneese> I am on nanopi pct4
<rneese> that I am using as dev
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<nekomancer[m]> lanefu: will you merge your pbp-related stuff into armbian main?
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<rneese> no composer pkg for arm64 yet
<lanefu> nekomancer[m]: yeah.. i'm having an issue now tho
<lanefu> not booting
<rneese> that breaks wayland
<lanefu> nekomancer[m]: do you know how to tell what version of u-boot is on the image you have?
<rneese> u-boot i-boot we all boot u-boot
<nekomancer[m]> no
<nekomancer[m]> but isn't in image file like "buildconfig" or something like it?
<nekomancer[m]> with all armbian build script settings and vars?
<lanefu> i wanna know from the image directly
<nekomancer[m]> somethin like that https://newit.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=446.0
<nekomancer[m]> from another place `grep -a --null-data U-Boot /dev/mtd0ro`
* nekomancer[m] currently on x64 device and can't check myself
<rneese> ok wow now that the install worked its nice and clean
<nekomancer[m]> rneese: after what?
<rneese> the dde desktop install looking great
<rneese> now I have to work on testing it out
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<rneese> now I have to know where to clean out the pkg cache and clean this up some
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<lanefu> HAHA i thikn i know my problem
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<lanefu> i forgot to set my cleanflags wheni built latest image.. nopefully that was problem
<IgorPec> lanefu: bootsplash is back
<lanefu> !!
<lanefu> IgorPec: is that just for sunxi tho?
<lanefu> i'm in rockchip country
<IgorPec> for all
<IgorPec> i didn't test everywhere, but am pretty confident
<nekomancer[m]> free bootsplash for all
<lanefu> boot splash patches are in misc
<lanefu> *most
<IgorPec> but it seems there are problems in sunxi
<IgorPec> let me investigate
<lanefu> cool
<rneese> hey IgorPec got the base install working alot better but its alot of pkgs the call for on the iso
<rneese> https://pastebin.com/G1AZuqns this is the list
<IgorPec> a lot? > 4G?
<rneese> but it works great
<rneese> ./dev/mmcblk1p1 7.1G 3.2G 3.6G 48% /
<IgorPec> ahh, thats just fine
<rneese> ok
<rneese> I based it on the pkgs they used on the iso
<IgorPec> we have lots of bw now :)
<rneese> this is with out any extra apps like firefox and thunderbird
<rneese> this is just the os/desktop
<IgorPec> got it
<rneese> and with the install NoDM I have not tested
<IgorPec> nodm is deprecated
<rneese> and I also have to get lightdm skinned
<rneese> ok
<IgorPec> we use lightdm with or without autologin
<IgorPec> nodm has some bugs and is not actively developed
<rneese> ok
<rneese> welll if you get time run a install on a system with the list and reboot and tell me what you think
<rneese> I thinks its going to be a great desktop
<IgorPec> so i need to install just those packages,nothing else?
<rneese> yes
<IgorPec> ubuntu focal base will be fine?
<rneese> I am working on 1 small issue with the dde team in thier arm64 pkgs
<rneese> tto turn off windows effects as it seems to make the background go hazy
<rneese> its easy to turn off in the gui
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<jock> hello!
<IgorPec> hej
<lanefu> IgorPec: when should i use family_tweaks() vs family_tweaks_bsp()?
<IgorPec> bsp goes to package and can be changed with update, the other is applied directly to the image
<lanefu> when do they get executed?
<IgorPec> both in build time
<IgorPec> bsp is part of the linux-root-* package
<IgorPec> that gets later inside i think
<rneese> igore add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntudde-dev/stable
<IgorPec> aha, ok
<rneese> you have to add the repo before running the install
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* nekomancer[m] discover his PBP not powers on. And after long-long press to power button too. Yesterday it was ok, and work was finished with shutdown
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<jock> lanefu: may ask you something about bluetooth? I saw you recently worked with
<lanefu> jock: yep
<lanefu> i'll try. don't really know much to be honest
<jock> did you use hciattach/bt_attach or the kernel sercom framework? On my rk3288 box I have the AP6330 (that's an abg broadcom 4330 + bluetooth), using hciattach everything works but I don't really like having the userland involved
<rneese> IgorPec, let me know when you load it up on a board
<IgorPec> rneese: yeah, i gound on debian cli but its not working there. have to find ubuntu
<rneese> ok
<rneese> well at the min I had only done ubuntu
<rneese> as it dseems debian install is a bit of a bugger
<rneese> I will work on it next
<jock> lanefu: made some experiments with the kenrel sercom framework to interface it to the UART. It seems to work up to a point, but then I can't probe for bluetooth devices...
<lanefu> jock: I honestly did nothing other change out firmware.. here's some of hte existing stuff done with bluetooth https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/master/packages/bsp/rk3399/rk3399-bluetooth.service
<jock> lanefu: ah ok, np. I'll take a look anyway, maybe I'll find some clues... ;)
<rneese> hey IgorPec wht transmission over qbittorrent ?
<IgorPec> i personally use transmission
<rneese> ok
<IgorPec> don't even know qbittorrent
<rneese> basicly linux version of qtorrent
<IgorPec> and qtorrent is ? :)
<rneese> lol ok
<IgorPec> aha, i saw that before
<IgorPec> it also has ads?
<rneese> i dont recall it having them
<IgorPec> ok, anyway, transmission is just fine i would say
<rneese> ok
<rneese> just building a sd to match whats on a install
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<rneese> trying to get geary to work
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<IgorPec> rneese: are you sure adding this add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntudde-dev/stable is all?
<IgorPec> i am now on clean ubuntu, but armhf
<rneese> yes as until you mirror it and make it in the build I will have to add to the script
<IgorPec> perhpaps thatis a problem?
<ArmbianTwitter> @FrankMankel (Frank Mankel): iperf3 #NanoPiR2S @armbian What is "WARNING: Unknown X keysym "dead_belowmacron" WARNING: Unknown X keysym "dead_belowmacron".... @ startup !? Nice work für your installations setup! https://t.co/FcuLKkm3no (23s ago)
<rneese> should work
<rneese> but I have only been on arm64 thus far
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @FrankMankel No idea until now but it seems like a known problem https://t.co/uimQKx1r9B Will try to fix it for next build. (24s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @FrankMankel (Frank Mankel): @armbian Perfect, thanks. 👍 (13s ago)
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<lanefu> IgorPec: been trying to find clues for this error.. any hunches?
<lanefu> [ o.k. ] Enabling serial console [ ttyS2 ]
<lanefu> cp: cannot stat '/home/lane/GIT/build/.tmp/rootfs-current-pinebook-pro-bullseye-yes-no/etc/armbian-release': No such file or directory
<lanefu> [ o.k. ] Building kernel splash logo [ bullseye ]
<lanefu> [ .... ] Installing additional packages [ EXTERNAL_NEW ]
<rneese> ok igore back
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<Werner> lanefu is the create_board_package function executed?
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<lanefu> Werner: yeah as far as i can tell.. whole build succeeds http://ix.io/2yjW
<rneese> so we are wooking to a 20.11 now
<rneese> geesh
<rneese> this is a moving target
<Werner> Hm. lanefu have you checked the image for the files that script creates? As far from what I can see is that either they are all there or none for unknown reason.
<lanefu> good idea
<Werner> Maybe the trigger is skipped for whatever reason
<IgorPec> lanafu: umount or rebootr
<IgorPec> lanefu
<lanefu> cool... yeah.. patching server and rebooting
<IgorPec> sometimes those mounts are not clearly unmounted if you break compilatio
<lanefu> yeah makes sense.. i thikn i've ran into that before
<lanefu> and i've definetly interrupted some things
<lanefu> my build/cache folder is tmpfs so it'll be nice and clean on reboot
<Werner> Actually a pretty good idea. I do not use most of the 64gb of memory the vps has
<lanefu> in my fstab armbian_cache /home/lane/GIT/build/cache tmpfs nodev,noatime,nodiratime,size=80G 0 0
<Werner> Thanks
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<ArmbianTwitter> @Poddingue (Bruno Verachten 🍰): @DWalmroth @WorldlineGlobal @LinaroOrg @sched Thank you David. As often in my talks, there will be references to @armbian @HypriotTweets @orangepixunlong #Docker, and of course to our #Arm Developer-Ecosystem not because I have to, but because I use them on a daily basis. 😊 https://t.co/1wK0CaRqob (10s ago)
<rneese> we need a backup tool
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): RT @Poddingue: @DWalmroth @WorldlineGlobal @LinaroOrg @sched Thank you David. As often in my talks, there will be references to @armbian @H… (11s ago)
<rneese> so you can backup / and restore if anything happens to your system
<IgorPec> rneeese: nice work!
<IgorPec> got it up
<IgorPec> this is fixed list
<IgorPec> i had to remove one package that is not a part of standard ubuntu
<rneese> ok
<IgorPec> i think its for some vpn variant
<rneese> its a really nice desktop
<IgorPec> network-manager-sstp
<rneese> no pkg
<IgorPec> is not needed, the rest works. even in my local language OOB
<rneese> ok
<rneese> but yes its nice I like it
<IgorPec> now we need a bit of a armbian touch ;)
<rneese> yes but this is just a desktop they include the priint drives
<rneese> like I said I based it on thier iso build
<IgorPec> ok, for start is very good
<rneese> so it gives a full working desktop
<IgorPec> yeah. running it now on fastest machine
<IgorPec> n2+
<rneese> so now we have to add it to git hub and the ppa into the correct file
<rneese> ok
<rneese> I am on a nanopi t4
<IgorPec> that's also good
<rneese> i want a n2+
<rneese> i ordered one but its on backorder
<IgorPec> yeah, its a bit harder to get
<rneese> yeah
<IgorPec> this is what i don't have extra
<rneese> well play with it and add in the extra apps
<IgorPec> i would say now you make an manual overlay with settings tweaks, wallpaper
<IgorPec> we should probably wait for myy to come out with a system
<rneese> well I will have to learn that
<rneese> ok
<rneese> hope you get arm64 going on the n2+
<lanefu> it works
<rneese> ok
<IgorPec> settings are usually saved in .local/share
<IgorPec> for user .. and defaults are copied from /etc/skel/.local/share
<rneese> I have issues on the gui I had to turn off window effects
<rneese> ok
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<IgorPec> but i don't know where this desktop stores wallpapers, icons, etc.
<rneese> I will look
<IgorPec> my window efects works fine i guess
<rneese> looks like most everything is /usr/share
<rneese> for deepin
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<IgorPec> overlay coontent = "/usr/share/wallpaperdir/armbian.gif "
<rneese> ok well we will work on this but this was a start
<IgorPec> then setting for which one is choose by default is usually in previously mentioned location
<IgorPec> yeah, just providing you tips
<rneese> ok
<rneese> well I have to get the first part in
<IgorPec> ok
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<rneese> ok bbiab
<nekomancer[m]> seems my Pinebook Pro is dead.
<nekomancer[m]> so fast.
<IgorPec> u sure?
<lanefu> usually after a couple of passes of holding down the power button it'll come up
<lanefu> if it got stuck in hybernate
<lanefu> $!$!$@#@3
<ArmbianTwitter> lanefu: Error: "!$!$@#@3" is not a valid command.
<lanefu> still butting fucking manjaro
<lanefu> s/butting/boot/g
<ArmbianHelper> lanefu meant to say: still boot fucking manjaro
<lanefu> lol
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<lanefu> i thikn i forgot a argument this time
<lanefu> i'll withhold my rage
<IgorPec> :)
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<lanefu> omg i found my bug... i wasn't executing chroot in family_tweaks
<rneese> E: lzma_write: Write error (0)
<rneese> I dont know why I just started getting this
<rneese> I have 1.7g frr
<rneese> but once I finish this test I will runn again and rebuild and wipe my nvme and install
<lanefu> .. i dont think that was my bug
<ArmbianHelper> i dont think that was my bug [en~>eng]
<rneese> one app i want and it has issues
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<rneese> gitkraken
<IgorPec> i use git and tig :)
<rneese> never seen tig
<IgorPec> check, apt install tig
<IgorPec> its all you need
<IgorPec> ok, not all. you also need vi :)
<rneese> root@nanopct4:~# tig --h
<rneese> tig: Not a git repository
<rneese> ok how do you get help on it
<rneese> tig --help
<rneese> lol
<rneese> I wanted gitkraken because we use it on other linux distros
<rneese> but it seems have a issue on arm
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<rneese> igore did you disable windows effects
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<rneese> or did not give you the issue i had
<rneese> it might be chip related
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<lanefu> IgorPec: whoa tig is awesome
<IgorPec> its chip related
<IgorPec> rneese: i also tried hard to get familiar with gitkraken but at the end ...
<IgorPec> CLI tools have more with less overhead
<rneese> zma_write: Write error (0)
<rneese> wtf
<rneese> the error tells you nothing
<IgorPec> where?
<rneese> everytime i install a pkg now
<IgorPec> some fs problem
<IgorPec> not very familiar
<rneese> yeah I will dig into it when I do 1 more build
<rneese> and see what happens
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<rneese_> IgorPec, i am trying to upstream my pacth with the new desktop but its saying I can not
<rneese_> it looks like the desktop in the githib branch is gone
<rneese_> seems in build the branches button the desktop branch is gone
<rneese_> whay happen
<ArmbianTwitter> @TonyMac_32 (Thomas McKahan): @armbian @schestowitz That's all? I'm going to need 2. (17s ago)
<nekomancer[m]> "but its saying" what is "it"?
<rneese_> brb