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<grae> hooray, HDMI sound works at least! headphone jack seems to be stubborn
<stipa> \o/
<grae> no closer to figuring out why the I2S controller on my M4V2 is still screaming into the system log, but it's a start ..
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<kprasadvnsi[m]> I am using CREATE_PATCHES option for editing kernel source. it create patches but all sources are required root access that makes it hard to work.
<kprasadvnsi[m]> is there any way i can edit these files as regular user?
<grae> " chown -R <user> <dir> " ?
<kprasadvnsi[m]> i have to do this after every build.
<Tonymac_32> [TheBug] who uttered my name?
* grae raises hand
<grae> [TheBug] threw you under the bus. said you might be the rk3399 expert
<Tonymac_32> grae I've been seeing that error a lot too. I'm fighting with Type C DP alt mode at the moment, but yeah, I notice that debug spam on the NanoPC T4
<grae> kprasadvnsi[m], you could play games with ext4 ACLs to auto apply special rules so your user can edit those files, but to be honest, it's probably easier to just edit them as root, or use a setuid script to start an editor with the right priviledges
<grae> Tonymac_32, I just got my M4V2 recently, and am starting to go through the DTB differences between the FriendlyElec build and the current Armbian one. But honestly, I'm not familiar enough with the RK3399 clocking to know what's wrong
<grae> not that I'm expecting an answer, but wouldn't mind exchanging notes if you get some time to take a look
<Tonymac_32> Right. I know the I2S driver on the RK3288 was misclocking something terrible, supposedly that got fixed. I would be absolutely unsurprised to find they are the same IP and perhaps the RK3399 stuff didn't get updated in the DT
<Tonymac_32> or some storyline similar to that
<grae> yeah, I saw a comment from Igor earlier saying that the sound support was largely copy/paste, so probably a quick job
<grae> I can probably dig though the commit history, if you have an idea of roughly when it was? might give me a lead to follow
<Tonymac_32> oof, that's hard to remember
<Tonymac_32> :/
<grae> ... would it be in armbian repo under build/patch/kernel/rockchip64-current?
<Tonymac_32> no I'm thinking of some mainline stuff that moved around
<grae> mmm .. a challenge
<Tonymac_32> haha
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<grae> alright, well I'll probably do some digging on the clock controller in the DTB to see if there's something obvious missing
<grae> if you do get bored and find something, there's at least two threads on the forum about it. not sure if one of the mods can merge them?
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<Tonymac_32> [ 21.843330] rockchip-i2s ff890000.i2s: ASoC: error at snd_soc_dai_set_sysclk on ff890000.i2s: -
<Tonymac_32> 21.843315] rockchip-i2s ff890000.i2s: Fail to set mclk -22
<Tonymac_32> the dai links might be wrong
<grae> I've seen some posts indicating i2c1's clocks might be pointing at i2c0? but I haven't fully grok'ed the DTB yet
<grae> will take a look in the AM. thanks for looking. have a good one.
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<kprasadvnsi[m]> Enable a I2S device in DT. How can I check if it initialize on boot?
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<Tonymac_32> sometimes it shows up in dmesg
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<Heisath> Good morning
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<IgorPec> good morning
<prefixcactus> Good morning to you, too
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<Heisath> Is it just me or is Russel Kings arm-linux git unavailable?
<Heisath> Ah got it the domain changed. Is now
<ArmbianTwitter> @ericepe (Eric Poscher-Mika): Any #Helios64 @kobol_io @armbian users out there? I'm getting reboots every few minutes since this week. #armbian not fit for production use? (24s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @kobol_io (Kobol Innovations): @ericepe @armbian Can you please post your issue on the forum : where we provide support. Twitter is not so practical for that matter. (1s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @ericepe @kobol_io For technical support, please use hw vendor support forum (13s ago)
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<prefixcactus> What's the default kernel command line?
<prefixcactus> (and how do I check/edit it)
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<IgorPec> prefixcactus: there is no default one, its different from hw to hw
<IgorPec> dmesg
<prefixcactus> dmesg would be great if I had it.
<prefixcactus> right now I have nothing after the uboot script loads the kernel
<prefixcactus> besides "Uncompressing Linux... done, booting the kernel."
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<IgorPec> prefixcactus: all supported armbian images boots AFAIK
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<[TheBug]> Hmm, am I the only one that sees the Quartz64 as a confused rk3399 ? I am not sure I understand the value of it over the Rockpro64 seeing as you can either have SATA OR USB 3.0 but not both... seems a weird trade off. I am guessing the 2 larger cores are maybe that much better that it beats out having the 4 little cores?
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<[TheBug]> and what, ability to have 8GB vs 4GB ram?
<[TheBug]> hmm
<[TheBug]> - not understanding why you would want that at all over Rockpro64 and I guess Jean-Luc is kinda in the same boat
<[TheBug]> but I am most curious why even make that board
<[TheBug]> was the ability to have the onboard sata port that big of a draw?
<[TheBug]> or is it somehow GPU?
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<archetech> sure not the next gen rock64
<sunshavi> reading that link. I found this one which looks interesting:
<HerculeP> found it an hour ago, good read indeed
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<lanefu> Quartz64 looks like Rock64 do-over
<lanefu> would be cool to finally have an 8gig SBC tho
<sunshavi> yes. 8 GB is a dream come true
<IgorPec> imx8 has 8gb i think
<sunshavi> HerculeP: different author. nice article. I would like to put some leds on it. For let me know when new email arrives :)
<IgorPec> aha, this one could have as well
<IgorPec> martinayotte: i already adjusted all wireless drivers for 5.11.y
<IgorPec> at least I think :)
<sunshavi> It seems just 4GB.
<IgorPec> hmm, i though i read 8Gb somewhere
<IgorPec> mixed up. yeah
<IgorPec> so this one and broadcom then
<martinayotte> IgorPec: do you mean my latest commit is useless ? Then, I will remove it ...
<IgorPec> not sure, but could be
<IgorPec> some of the fixes are part of this bulk
<IgorPec> "All affected kernels are building"
<martinayotte> IgorPec: Can you verify that line 458 has #ifdef for >=5.11 in the file drivers/net/wireless/rtl8812au/os_dep/linux/ioctl_cfg80211.c ? If not my patch will still be useful ...
<IgorPec> ok, will check asap. i think i'll just merge this in. just writing jiras for remaining problems
<martinayotte> That was the only driver that didn´t have such #ifdef added ...
<sunshavi> TheBug: were You mentioning an x86 SBC?
* stipa root@orangepilite2:~# uptime 21:35:46 up 17 days, 18:48, 1 user, load average: 0.22, 0.24, 0.16
<stipa> nice work Armbian
<stipa> i guess it's time to exapand services on my sbc...
<stipa> to push it a little
<stipa> first stop wifi AC via USB3
<stipa> seeing people getting 500Mbs via Air
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<stipa> with 88x2bu
<stipa> got it working on manjaro in AP mode Bit Rate:867Mb/s
<stipa> one is connected to Armbian board
<stipa> temorary in WiFi N
<stipa> got to see if it can hit over 500 Mb/s
<stipa> two of them, one in AP the other as a client
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<stipa> bummer, i wish i had one more
<stipa> i could check it immediately
<stipa> without it i have to stop the network :(
<stipa> what a comlication
<stipa> planning will last more than actuall doing
<stipa> always buy one more than what you actually need
<stipa> bummer, i'll need to restock...
<stipa> no more waiting
<IgorPec> 88x2bu works quite nice
<IgorPec> you can borrow one here :)
<stipa> i'm looking forward to make it work
<stipa> IgorPec: how fast is it?
<IgorPec> currently in my test rig
<IgorPec> [ 5] 3.00-4.00 sec 31.2 MBytes 261 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> [ 5] 5.00-6.00 sec 30.7 MBytes 257 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> [ 5] 6.00-7.00 sec 31.1 MBytes 261 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> [ 5] 7.00-8.00 sec 30.9 MBytes 260 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> [ 5] 4.00-5.00 sec 30.4 MBytes 255 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> [ 5] 8.00-9.00 sec 31.0 MBytes 260 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> [ 5] 9.00-10.00 sec 31.3 MBytes 262 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> [ 5] 10.00-10.44 sec 13.9 MBytes 262 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> Bit Rate:867 Mb/s Sensitivity:0/0
<IgorPec> Retry:off RTS thr:off Fragment thr:off
<IgorPec> Encryption key:****-****-****-****-****-****-****-**** Security mode:open
<IgorPec> Power Management:off
<IgorPec> Link Quality=66/100 Signal level=62/100 Noise level=0/100
<stipa> seems like that's through one antenna
<stipa> ap or client has one antenna
<stipa> right?
<IgorPec> nope, that's very good
<stipa> maybe USB2?
<IgorPec> i will try now with pci based
<IgorPec> QC9800 with 3 strems
<IgorPec> ath10k/QCA988X
<stipa> that should push the 88x2bu to max
<IgorPec> will take a while, need to find firmwarer
<stipa> right
<IgorPec> this is speed against my router
<IgorPec> [ 5] 7.00-8.00 sec 54.0 MBytes 453 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> [ 5] 8.00-9.00 sec 54.3 MBytes 456 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> [ 5] 9.00-10.00 sec 53.2 MBytes 446 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> [ 5] 10.00-10.69 sec 39.0 MBytes 474 Mbits/sec
<IgorPec> from this QCA9880
<stipa> yeah, sounds like router has two antennas, right?
<IgorPec> nope, this is the real world speed
<IgorPec> router is mikrotik rb4011
<IgorPec> distance is cca. 3m from router
<stipa> that's some fancy router
<stipa> yeah, seems like AC is all over the place regarding the spped
<IgorPec> those two are fastest / best performing wifi cards I have
<stipa> theoretically you should have around gigabit
<IgorPec> theoretically :)
<stipa> yeah
<IgorPec> there you have Theoretical vs Actual :)
<stipa> page four
<IgorPec> yes, but my configuration is 3x3 (in second case) and 2x2 in 1st
<IgorPec> we were testing 5G GSM network
<IgorPec> it goes 270 / 100 Mbps
<stipa> oh
<stipa> is it like a meter from the cell tower or like in a house somewhere?
<IgorPec> no, just in downtown. not sure how far away it was
<stipa> that's very good
<IgorPec> its insane :)
<stipa> sick
<stipa> what about congestion?
<stipa> if there are 1000 people on the cell, is ita problem?
<IgorPec> currently nobody uses this i guess
<stipa> yeah
<stipa> i'm now on 3G
<stipa> on 4G the ping is like over 1 secs
<IgorPec> i remember early days of 4G LTE ...
<IgorPec> it was 100Mbps+
<IgorPec> today, now, 30-40
<stipa> yeah
<stipa> i guess they solved that problem with 5G
<IgorPec> ping on 5G is around 10ms
<IgorPec> at least on this test
<stipa> if it can be like that while congested that's a revolution
<stipa> let's hope
<IgorPec> well, i don't need fast mobile data
<IgorPec> how is in croatia?
<stipa> shit
<IgorPec> with 5G
<stipa> 5G is like testing phase
<IgorPec> so one can't get subscrition on it yet?
<stipa> hmmm
<stipa> it's all gfoggy
<stipa> foggy*
<IgorPec> ahaa, here seems they start to enable it
<stipa> the plans are like
<IgorPec> but not sure if you need to pay extra
<stipa> in the middle of the 2021
<stipa> i can't really say if it'll cost more since there are few providers and they all think different
<IgorPec> yeah.
<stipa> but from the back of my mind i saw 30% higher price than 4g
<stipa> around
<stipa> a wild guess
<stipa> that was a month ago, now promo material looks different
<stipa> go figure
<stipa> providers are also guessing and removing info
<stipa> they don't know either what to do
<IgorPec> yeah, at least it was a lot of heat around 5G :)
<IgorPec> nobody talks about it anymore
<stipa> it's time for 6G i guess :D
<stipa> 5G is old crap...
<IgorPec> agree :)
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