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<tuxillo> any opinion on the opi win plus?
<MoeIcenowy> voodoovood_, martinayotte: please add your SID to the wiki ;-)
<MoeIcenowy> some new zero SID example, in A64 era
<MoeIcenowy> BTW should I nuke all H3 (wrong) SID on wiki started with "02004620" now?
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<voodoovood2> fkin..
<voodoovood2> MoeIcenowy: i don't understand now
<voodoovood2> we have actually done something wrong(bad conf or something) or it is really an issue?
<voodoovood2> it is there some irony ?
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<MoeIcenowy> I think it's really an issue.
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<voodoovood_> MoeIcenowy: okay, how can i help?
<MoeIcenowy> just add your SID to http://linux-sunxi.org/SID_Register_Guide
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<voodoovood_> hah, guys, you are full of informations
<voodoovood_> just interested in 1 second glitch
<voodoovood_> [ 0.337816] printk: console [ttyS0] disabled [ 0.358431] 1c28000.serial: ttyS0 at MMIO 0x1c28000 (irq = 25, base_baud = 1500000) is a U6_16550A [ 1.287301] printk: console [ttyS0] enabled
<voodoovood_> really trying the fastest boot
<voodoovood_> maybe fuckin newbie questin
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<Net147_> after updating U-Boot from 2018.07 to 2018.09, can't boot sunxi 3.4 kernel anymore. any ideas?
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<montjoie> 3.4 is too too old, 2018.09 is old
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<KotCzarny> MoeIcenowy: those wrong sids can be fixed
<KotCzarny> they have all required bytes, and even oem id
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<Net147_> montjoie: same issue with U-Boot 2019.01 and 2019.04-rc4
<Net147_> montjoie: anyway, I found the issue and sent a patch to mailing list
<KotCzarny> what was the issue?
<KotCzarny> thx
<KotCzarny> interesting
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<Net147_> KotCzarny: this was commit that broke it since U-Boot 2018.09-rc1 - https://git.denx.de/?p=u-boot.git;a=commit;h=d32e86bde8a31a49cf4a9b233ad91ecdfc96ba2a
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<montjoie> does it exists a mainline matrix for uboot like for kernel ?
<KotCzarny> there was an idea for that
<KotCzarny> but i think no
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<Net147_> if U-Boot has eGON.BT0 magic for one location on SD card, is there a second location on SD card for eGON.BT1 that CPU tries to boot from?
<MoeIcenowy> Net147_: CPU doesn't know eGON.BT1
<Net147_> MoeIcenowy: okay, thanks
<Net147_> wondering if there is a way to implement an atomic update of U-Boot on SD card
<plaes> iirc, there was secondary address that brom looks
<Net147_> any clue where I can find it?
<MoeIcenowy> Net147_: not on A20.
<MoeIcenowy> it seems to be only present on chips from H3 on
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<wigyori> morning
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<voodoovood2> root
<voodoovood2> bad window :D
<KotCzarny> wrong password, try again
<libv> mnemoc: tfiga is not a member at all
<libv> voodoovood2: it's smart to have your root password be
<libv> "bad window :D"
<voodoovood2> libv :)))
<libv> we would never be able to tell ;p
<libv> mnemoc: seems like you handled this already :)
<KotCzarny> libv: wrong chan?
<libv> KotCzarny: nah, tfiga complained about bounces on linux-sunxi
<KotCzarny> must've been some time ago, nvm then
<libv> was sent to linux-sunxi+owners@googlegroups.com
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<libv> if anyone comes here and complains, the solution is to add the user directly, as "web only"
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<MoeIcenowy> it's the first time that I see people try to log in #linux-sunxi
<MoeIcenowy> usually people want to list the files here
<fALSO> yo moeicenowy
<fALSO> LOL login
<wens> password security ... hmm...
<mru> hunter2
<KotCzarny> 980401
<fALSO> god
* fALSO last day at this work
<mru> idkfa
<fALSO> iddqd
<fALSO> idspidpopd
<KotCzarny> pwgen
<fALSO> ;-)
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<angelo_ts> afayk, is it possible to read the H3 internal temperature by lm-sensors or similar stuff ?
<KotCzarny> isnt it exported as normal thermal node?
<KotCzarny> in sysfs, in which case lmsensors should pick it up
<KotCzarny> # cat /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp
<KotCzarny> 29069
<angelo_ts> Oh, so imortant is to kniow the cou supports that
<angelo_ts> thaNKS
<KotCzarny> i might have patched the kernel because it's on 4.16, but i expect it got mainlined already
<angelo_ts> ok perfect
<mru> there were a bunch of patches posted a while back related to H3 thermal stuff: https://patchwork.kernel.org/cover/10582083/
<KotCzarny> yeah, enabling it might be a little adventure game in itself
<KotCzarny> not obvious to find
<mru> I can't find any updates to that patch series
<angelo_ts> oh ..
<angelo_ts> is it upstreamed in kernel 5.0 ?
<mru> no
<angelo_ts> argh
<mru> and there were some complaints about the patches
<angelo_ts> ok many thanks anyway
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<montjoie> ah ah ah, I will receive my PDU today! I finnaly will can power off/on all my allwinners remotly
<megi> montjoie: what is PDU? some kind of relay board?
<montjoie> PowerDistributionUnit it is for powering many devices and in my case switch each port off/on remotly
<montjoie> I have tried first with relays and arduino but my soldering skill is bad
<megi> ah, interesting :)
<megi> is it controlled over ethernet?
<montjoie> over usb, but it exists relay over ethernet
<montjoie> but my PDU do "power usage stats per port"
<megi> that's nifty!
<megi> does it also have a short protection per port?
<montjoie> I think yes but I need to verify
<megi> that's one thing I worry about sometimes with my dumb mechanical switches, one issue on one of the boards may take down the entire cluster
<megi> and some of the boards (Opi 3) don't even have overcurrent protection on USB VBUS, so it's directly connected to DCIN... so I'm one short on USB bus away from some sparkling fun :)
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<wens> the "relays over ethernet" type is usually used for servers in racks
<wens> fancy ones also have per-input and/or per-output sensors
<montjoie> I choose my PDU because the output port is an USB port, so no need to wire hack
<montjoie> with relay, It need some wire modification that I try to avoid
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<willmore> fALSO, I remember that one. idclip, idkfa....
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<arc_phasor> how fast could I get a startup sound playing when the user hits the power button?
<arc_phasor> i'm trying to go for an xbox one feel, like a beep boop when the user hits the button
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<arc_phasor> could someone could run through the steps needed to happen for sound to play?
<arc_phasor> /s/could run/run
<willmore> arc_phasor, where do you want the sound to play out of?
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<arc_phasor> a speaker that is hooked up to the speaker port on the banana pi m2m
<arc_phasor> that goes to a class D amp, then to HPR HPL which are pins on the R16
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<willmore> You have two options. One is to play the sound as part of the Linux startup scripts. The other would be to have sound support in uboot.
<willmore> I'm not sure if there is any sound support in uboot, yet.
<wens> fALSO: sort of shows your age :p
<fALSO> 37
<arc_phasor> willmore: how quick can i get the sound to play in both options?
<plaes> ha.. one year older than cd
<willmore> arc_phasor, if you play it in the linux startup scripts, it may be a few seconds depending on how you configure your kernel, etc.
<arc_phasor> i'd really like it to start playing before the user's finger leaves the button, almost like haptic feedback
<willmore> arc_phasor, unless you can get uboot to play it, that's not going to happen. The linux statup option will be several seconds, likely.
<arc_phasor> gotcha, ok, so another option is it looks like bananapi has a connector to hijack the HPR HPL pins, problem is, the class D amp has a PA-SHDN that is pulled low
<willmore> Put a resistor or diode in line and take control of that, too.
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<arc_phasor> they don't give me a nice connector for that
<willmore> Stuff a little microcontroller on there to play the sound.
<arc_phasor> could I flip the PA-SHDN gpio quickly in u-boot?
<willmore> I would think so. I'm not the person to ask about uboot, though. Others here would be, though.
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<arc_phasor> i worry because u-boot has to load from flash, which takes time.
<arc_phasor> well, sd card flash
<willmore> IIRC, uboot loads pretty darn quickly.
<arc_phasor> ok i'll take a look, thanks
<willmore> good luck.
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<wens> if you just need to play one sample, it shouldn't be that crazy to make a board init hook setup the clocks and audio codec registers, and manually copy the audio data into the FIFO
<wens> the A33 isn't the most ideal SoC to do this on though
<wens> since the audio codec is much more complicated
<arc_phasor> why's that?
<arc_phasor> oh gotcha
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<arc_phasor> yea, its just a second long sample
<arc_phasor> like boop-beep
<arc_phasor> i was actually considering putting a whole nother speaker and amp with another mcu just for this
<wens> I remember the Q8 tablets play a sound during launch
<arc_phasor> but it feels wrong since it's all there already :/
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<wens> though that might already be in the Android startup sequence, and not the bootloader
<arc_phasor> wens: do you know how quick it plays after power button is hit?
<arc_phasor> are we talking instant, or like a second?
<wens> a few seconds at least
<arc_phasor> yeesh
<wens> quite sure it's android, not u-boot
<arc_phasor> i'm only familar with stm32's / msp430's, which have on-chip ROM that holds the program. Does the A33 have something similar I could load up with instructions to avoid the sd card lag?
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<arc_phasor> or is that just not how it works at all
<arc_phasor> i guess that would be called firmware
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<arc_phasor> i probably don't want to get into that honestly
<plaes> arc_phasor: you can load to SPI eeprom
<arc_phasor> plaes: is that a part on the banana pi m2m?
<plaes> it's not on the board, but GPIO header has SPI pins
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<wens> just remembered I have a bunch of SPI flash roms I need to test
<wens> a friend at ASUS got them from their trash bin lol
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<anarsoul|2> :)
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<arc_phasor> what do you all think about the olinuxino a33 versus the banana pi m2m?
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<plaes> depends on what you want to do..
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<noblock> h5 / lima: a first path fixing the issue at 1080p: https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/lima/mesa/issues/73
<jernej> noblock: nice! what does that function actually do?
<jernej> e.g. could you explain the issue for those who don't know inner workings?
<noblock> I'm not sure what it does; but this was a difference with thr android driver.
<noblock> kodi seems to be running at 1080p now.
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