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<kprasadvnsi[m]> my H616 TV box running OPi Zero2 image. boot to desktop but can only detect 2GB of total $GB Memory.
<kprasadvnsi[m]> I have no idea why it only detecting only half of the available memory.
<kprasadvnsi[m]> * I have no idea why it only detecting half of the available memory.
<lanefu> Yeah thats probably going to be a deep dive. Have you looked on the sunxi wiki for info on h616
<kprasadvnsi[m]> Yup, nothing much there. Datasheet and manuals etc.
<kprasadvnsi[m]> Mainline patches have some useful info
<kprasadvnsi[m]> RAM detection done at SPL stage so there might be some hard-coded limit in the code
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<IgorPec> good morning
<Werner> Good morning
<kprasadvnsi[m]> Good morning
<IgorPec> hey
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<neonlightning> ;
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<mariaban> hello, I used armbian -v command and it give "It appears you may have corrupt packages." result, on /usr/share/applications/vim.desktop and /usr/share/chromium/initial_bookmarks.html
<mariaban> is there something I must do?
<Werner> There is no command called "armbian" within armbian
<mariaban> sorry armbianmonitor -v
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<Werner> Ah
<Werner> These changes are harmless. Armbian desktop images are slightly customize like the wallpaper or pre-shipped bookmarks in Chromium browser. Since these changes differ from Debian/Ubuntu original the tool (which basically calls dpkg --verify only) complains
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<mariaban> ok thanks, so nothing to do?
<Werner> Yup, you are perfectly fine
<mariaban> great
<mariaban> is there something I can do to solve my problem that my N2 sometimes doesn't shutdown completely but remains with the red light, same things if I reboot itngs if
<mariaban> I reboot it
<Werner> No idea. Try asking in forums. Dont forget to include armbianmonitor -u
<mariaban> ok tnx
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<stipa> i'm on github and trying to download devel branch, i'm not logged in, all download links of every branch under the green "Code" button are of same name, is that normal? If a select devel will it download devel branch and not master for example as master has the same download link?
<stipa> download links are the same
<stipa> of every branch
<stipa> :/
<archetech> branches are pulled/cloned by cmd line -b master with git
<stipa> oh, so i need to register
<archetech> nope
<stipa> -b devel
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): RT @DieZuckerbude: New article: How to use CREATE_PATCHES within the @armbian build script: https://t.co/IdETy2q9Zh (22s ago)
<stipa> git 'link' -b devel
<stipa> git clone 'link' -b devel
<archetech> yes
<stipa> ok, will try, thanks
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<tmaurice> Hello ! I was having an idea, since I have used Armbian on arm devices as a replacement for openwrt, I kinda miss having a neat webui to check/do some basic things, would it be a good idea to try and PoC something like that for armbian ? Since I have holidays coming up I was considering starting that as a small project, I was wondering if people would be interested
<lanefu> Whats messed up about that amlogic reboot issue is that it seems tied to USB or HID. If i boot and never touch the keyboard it rebootd clea ly
<lanefu> tmaurice: oh boy i hzve just the thing
<archetech> webmin
<lanefu> Cockpit
<tmaurice> oh shit, TIL
<lanefu> Webin is ugly
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<tmaurice> does it handle things like wireguard or vxlan things ?
<tmaurice> because if so thats neat
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<lanefu> It has a plugin architecture so you could add wireguard support
<tmaurice> amazing
<tmaurice> oh no its in C hahahaha
<tmaurice> fml
<tmaurice> I don't speak C
<lanefu> Well the plugins arent
<tmaurice> indeed, I'll have a look at that !
<tmaurice> Thanks mate !
<archetech> Host: deb11-lxqt Kernel: 5.10.0-odroid-panfrost-arm64 aarch64 bits: 64 Desktop: LXQt 0.14.1
<archetech> Distro: Debian GNU/Linux bullseye/sid
<archetech> OpenGL: renderer: Mali G52 (Panfrost) v: 2.1 Mesa 21.0.0-devel (git-a6bdbd5c0f)
<archetech> another cool desktop
<archetech> with panfrost
<tmaurice> @lanefu: JS hahaha ok I prefer C then :D
<lanefu> Lol yesh i know the feeling. But i think you can just do js and use the cockpit api to interact with the host
<tmaurice> Hum yeah
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<lanefu> Man pine64 could use a little help managing their cluster of rockpro64s
<lanefu> Forum is giving 502
<tmaurice> They host their infra on them ? nice
<tmaurice> y'all need kubernetes
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<lanefu> K8s is a living nightmare. nomadproject.io
<lanefu> tmaurice: yeah they built a massive box packed with rockpro64 boards to "eat their own dogfood"
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<tmaurice> lanefu: k8s is neat, just overkill for that kind of usecases, also thats cool they dogfood their products and host their infra on pine64s
<tmaurice> but im biased I do k8s at work on a daily basis
<lanefu> Also biased as i do k8s at work lol
<lanefu> Btw k3s has armbian support
<lanefu> I need to suck it up and deploy a cluster of it for the sake of armbian evangelism for homelab stuff
<rneese> so this is a no homelab channel
<rneese> lol
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<lanefu> Man id just like to see more armbian homelab than trying to play movies on shit
<rneese> lol
<rneese> I have to order a c4
<rneese> but man this new monitor rocks
<rneese> got this for xmas
<rneese> noe zi csn get alotmore done
<kprasadvnsi[m]> My H616 TV Box has only uart1 broken out. Current armbian image is configured to use uart0
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<rneese> you can ssh
<rneese> if it has ethernet
<rneese> just use a ip scanner
<rneese> but I take your working to get you tv box working
<kprasadvnsi[m]> Yah, I need boot log at SPL stage
<kprasadvnsi[m]> Armbian image only detect half of the available memory
<rneese> so your seeing 2 not 4
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<archetech> ok I got mesa 21.0 on armbian and tobetters kernel but it wont boot gah
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<kprasadvnsi[m]> Wait , no. It was the opi bsp image. I have no idea what armbian image is doing
<kprasadvnsi[m]> <rneese "so your seeing 2 not 4"> Yup
<kprasadvnsi[m]> H616 bsp don't use u-boot SPL instead their own binary blob called boot0
<Xogium> huh yeah, h616 is closed source
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<kprasadvnsi[m]> From the android boot log. I can see boot0 loader reports 4GB but then u-boot report only 2GB. So I am super confused 🤣
<rneese> either the boot0 is not handing off the info or what uboot gets it does not know how to handle because the dtb is wrong
<kprasadvnsi[m]> Well, I did recover the dts from Android. It's 3000+ lines so finding something will be Hard
<kprasadvnsi[m]> <rneese "either the boot0 is not handing "> It is strange that even u-boot reporting wrong DRAM size. Kernel report 4GB on Android
<rneese> thats because they have patched the adnroid kernel src for their box
<rneese> you have to find all their patches
<kprasadvnsi[m]> Now I need a way to get bootlog
<kprasadvnsi[m]> Using uart1
<rneese> you would have to build a custom img and change the tty output
<kprasadvnsi[m]> Is it hard-coded in source?
<rneese> we use uart0 by default as most boards use it
<rneese> if I where you I would git the src and grep tty0
<archetech> ok I got mesa 21.0 on armbian and tobetters kernel but it wont boot rneese I'd think you would be interested in this
<rneese> what happens when you boot
<rneese> is it locking up or crashing
<archetech> armbians kernel boots
<archetech> so its in /boot but isnt recog
<archetech> if ya know of another patched kernel to use I can try that
<rneese> ok I bet its because they look for a fat /boot and we nolonger have fat /boot
<rneese> wich board
<archetech> n2
<rneese> ok
<archetech> im close dude
<archetech> and the dtb for tobetters is missing
<rneese> the dtb should be in the kernel src
<archetech> have you ever built a kernel on the builder with patches?
<rneese> no not yet
<rneese> B will have to read up on i
<rneese> it
<archetech> we could use chewiits sources
<rneese> post a url and I will review when I get back from my store run
<rneese> need food
<archetech> food thats not important ! jk
<rneese> your funny .... not lol
<rneese> bbiab
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<tmaurice> @lanefu: define "homelab"
<tmaurice> (I'm lagging just caught up the backlog, im referring when you talked about armbian homelabs)
<lanefu> man i had the term honestly
<lanefu> uhm your nerdy computing shit at home
<lanefu> thats servers n stuff
<lanefu> reddit.com/r/homelab
<tmaurice> Aaaaaaaaah
<tmaurice> Yeah
<tmaurice> tbh a couples of r2s/r1 and armbian can be a dope networking homelab
<lanefu> technically I just have an SBC petting zoo instead of a server farm
<tmaurice> I'm fucking around with that, setting up overlay networks over wireguard tunnels and OSPF routing
<lanefu> yeah.... i really wanted to get Vyos to intall on top of armbian
<lanefu> but they have some really awkard things with how their config filesytem wrks
<lanefu> oh keep me posted on that.. been tinkering with wireguard adn been wanting to add routing protocols ot teh fix
* tmaurice checking out what vyos is
<tmaurice> wireguard is not adapted at all for that tbh
<tmaurice> because of key-based oruting
<lanefu> Ubiquiti's EdgeOS is a long-ago fork of it
<tmaurice> routing*
<tmaurice> so basically what I do is establish a wireguard tunnel between my "router" nodes
<tmaurice> Then I setup an overlay vxlan network
<tmaurice> which gives me a nice "flat" network with no nat
<kprasadvnsi[m]> where is all the u-boot defconfig stored in armbian?
<tmaurice> basically rn i'm connected to an armbian r2s box hooked to my host's internel box, my armbian box has access to my flat's network through the overlay network just as if I were there (but with latency)
<lanefu> kprasadvnsi[m]: uhhh i guess that part is a little scattered between functions in these includes https://github.com/armbian/build/tree/master/config/sources/families, the uboot repo it checks out, and patches applied from here https://github.com/armbian/build/tree/master/patch/u-boot
<lanefu> tmaurice: i'm still trying to embrace overlay networks and their value.... i get like the extra ACLing you can do with calico... but seems like it competes with what service mesh is trying to solve
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<kprasadvnsi[m]> ok, I am lost. cant find uboot defconfig for OPi Zero2 board
<lanefu> kprasadvnsi[m]: probably what ever comes from this repo and branch https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/master/config/sources/families/sun50iw6.conf#L17
<lanefu> now that wasn't so hard to find now was it? (I'M KIDDING!)
<tmaurice> agreed @lanefu in my case the value of the overlay is to be able to route any packets through the wireguard tunnel, like making talk to through a tunnel that is like for example
<tmaurice> and it works (tm)
<tmaurice> you can evel make an overlay network on top of your overlay network to have a "flat" network (same range) distributed on any number of locations :D
<tmaurice> but at this point it is just ridiculous and mostly for fun
<lanefu> lol gross
<tmaurice> I know right
<lanefu> i guess thats layer3 overlay? like ethernet frames aren't flying all over the place are they
<tmaurice> once it started pinging I realised that being able to do something does not mean I should do it
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<tmaurice> Yes thats a layer3 overlay
<tmaurice> basically TCP frames encapsulated in VXLAN encapsulated in wireguard frames
<tmaurice> so it's not free in terms of overhead
<lanefu> so i had all these conspiracies that you'd lose performance with these k8s overlay networks, but everytime i read up on it, it seems to be debunked.. and most are more perfomrant that openvswitch lol
<tmaurice> but assuming you don't live in rural scotland your broadband should handle it
<tmaurice> nah you dont, the overhead is a few bytes
* lanefu laughing because his friedn wasn vacationing in rural scottland and had to VPN home over 4G so kids could watch Macy's parade
<tmaurice> you *can* enocunter some MTU issues if oyu are not caredul but thats basically it, the overhead is negligable consideing the confort it gives you
<tmaurice> AHAHAHAHAHAHA ooooof
<lanefu> right so just like wireguard it's packet routing, not session management
<tmaurice> exactly
<tmaurice> thats the dope part
<tmaurice> roaming for free
<lanefu> yeah i've been using an orangepioneplus as a wireguard gateway to some stuff
<lanefu> and i'm doing 300mbit over broadband
<tmaurice> shiiiit
<tmaurice> i have 200 like a pleb
<tmaurice> fuck you london broadband companies
<lanefu> whwich is aweosme
<lanefu> thats the best thing about wireguard is it defeats a lot of the ISP ratelimiting
<lanefu> and parallel streams arock because its all UDP
<tmaurice> exactly
<lanefu> i'm lucky.. a lot of US ISP's suck, but I have the verizon fios gigabit. so life is good on that front
<lanefu> especially because its gig up/down
<tmaurice> though I don't know how legal it is to apply that kind of rate limiting like isn't it agains net neutrality ?
<lanefu> not that you ever hit it
<lanefu> uhm
<lanefu> what net neutrality
<tmaurice> You can hit it with a r2s and its magnificent gigabit port
<tmaurice> ah wait you said verizon so I assume USA, so indeed no net neutrality for you fam
<tmaurice> but you have freedom fries, so thats nice
<lanefu> SMH
<lanefu> lol
<tmaurice> :D
<lanefu> anywya try nomad when you're ready for enlightment and fewer config files
<tmaurice> wait scratch what i said about vxlan encapsulation iirc thats actually a bit heavier they encapsulate the ethernet frame in a UDP packet
<lanefu> rofl.. man speaking of juniper. us govdeals had a palleete of 84 EX-4200 switches for sale
<tmaurice> I'll have a look, thats hashicorp stuff right ? they usually do good shit
<lanefu> yeah all hashi... their learning curve its weird, it's a steep, but short curve
<tmaurice> imagine buying network equipment from the US govt
<tmaurice> for the learning curve i'm fine, I spent 2 months learning Vault's documentation by heart, im used to it
<tmaurice> lel
<lanefu> their learn.hashicorp stuff is more friendly, but i'ms still in the habbit of their oldschool terse docs
<tmaurice> same
<tmaurice> sometimes tho the docs are bad and you find yourself reading the code
<lanefu> ha yeah.. man that's all things golang.. to fidn out the other flags go look at the parent library
<tmaurice> Go <3
<lanefu> tmaurice: beauty of nomad + consul + fabio... 1 file has job, healthcheck and proxy config https://armbian.lane-fu.com/linx/gkkmgerr.nomad
<lanefu> I like go for 1 reason.. it's really easy for me to cross-compiel stuff to arm when no binaries are provided
<tmaurice> Ah its like the k8s manifests
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<lanefu> no it's not like k8s manifests, because they're not imaginary specs relative to other specs to other specs
<lanefu> its a single config with documentation
<kprasadvnsi[m]> how can i open uboot menuconfig in armbian. there an option for kernel config
<lanefu> kprasadvnsi[m]: easiest way.. use armbian build tools, build a kernel, then goto build/cache/sources/u-bootwhatever then make menuconfig from there
<lanefu> tmaurice: the arch stuff is because is my cluster is arm, arm64, adn x86, and i try to make most of my jobs have the ability to run on any of them
<lanefu> (arch stuff in my config)
* lanefu has to write a stupid k8s operator after holiday
<tmaurice> I see yes, the single file thing is pretty appealing
<tmaurice> instead of killing myself over 42 different manifests
<tmaurice> and fucking h e l m
<tmaurice> @lanefu: writing a k8s operator is not so hard, the tooling is pretty well documented actually
<tmaurice> I did once too at one point I used https://book.kubebuilder.io/quick-start.html it worked pretty nice
<tmaurice> assuming you don't want to do something super hardcore that is
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<lanefu> yeah its pretty simple.. just using it to integrate with a backup tool easily
<kprasadvnsi[m]> <lanefu "kprasadvnsi: easiest way.. use a"> cant change anything. need root permission. also it ask me for toolchain
<lanefu> kprasadvnsi[m]: yeah man i mean you gotta commit to teh whole armbian builder thing
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<lanefu> I now how have the world's coolest armbian temp'd helios4 https://armbian.lane-fu.com/linx/s/4uo5stuw.png
<archetech> cpu 50c
<lanefu> 28c ambient
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