Sunday, 2012-01-22

*** trbs has quit IRC00:19
*** smoku has left #mer00:34
*** tilgovi has joined #mer00:49
*** stepiro has quit IRC00:56
*** stepiro has joined #mer00:57
*** raignarok has quit IRC00:58
*** tpn has quit IRC01:16
*** arcean has quit IRC01:20
*** lynxis has joined #mer01:30
*** stepiro has quit IRC01:35
*** stepiro has joined #mer01:35
*** NIN101 has quit IRC01:45
*** sonach has joined #mer01:51
*** Anssi138 has joined #mer01:59
*** onekenthomas has quit IRC02:03
*** n-zZ has quit IRC02:11
*** n-zZ has joined #mer02:11
sonach#tizen02:15
*** lynxis has quit IRC02:16
*** onekenthomas has joined #mer02:26
sonachSorry for the above mistype:(02:27
*** KaIRC has quit IRC02:27
*** onekenthomas has quit IRC02:27
*** M4rtinK has quit IRC02:27
*** ALo has quit IRC02:28
*** ALoGeNo has joined #mer02:28
*** ALoGeNo has joined #mer02:28
*** phaeron has quit IRC02:36
*** jluisn has joined #mer02:39
*** jluisn has quit IRC03:05
*** tilgovi has quit IRC03:25
*** stepiro has quit IRC03:43
*** stepiro has joined #mer03:44
ali1234Stskeeps: "there is some difficulty into dividing into / /usr /var etc with systemd" - that got my attention for some reason. do you have a link to more information about that? some mailing list discussion maybe, or bug reports?04:01
sonachali1234: hello. I think Stskeeps does not wake up at this moment:)04:09
ali1234i know but he'll see it tomorrow :)04:09
ali1234or if not i'll just reply to the email04:09
ali1234"systemd separate partitions" search on google has a DMCA takedown from microsoft04:13
ali1234ah http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/separate-usr-is-broken04:15
ali1234so it's not systemd that has a problem... it's everything else basically04:17
*** berndhs has joined #mer04:28
*** stepiro has quit IRC05:06
*** stepiro has joined #mer05:07
*** berndhs has quit IRC05:08
*** n-zZ has quit IRC05:22
*** buckle has quit IRC05:24
*** buckle has joined #mer05:26
*** Cenobyte_ has joined #mer05:30
Cenobyte_Hello is anyone here?05:30
*** thomashc has quit IRC05:31
*** Cenobyte_ has quit IRC05:33
*** thomashc has joined #mer05:34
*** stepiro has quit IRC05:40
*** stepiro has joined #mer05:40
*** stepiro has quit IRC05:42
*** stepiro has joined #mer05:43
*** sonach has quit IRC05:53
*** sonach has joined #mer06:08
sonachStskeeps: I rebuilt kernel, copy lib/modules/* to my mer-rootfs, make jffs2 again, burn both kernel and rootfs to flash. Still get some errors,06:10
sonachStskeeps: Failed to open /dev/kmsg for logging: No such file or directory06:10
sonachStskeeps: Failed to mount /dev: No such device06:10
sonachStskeeps:In linux-2.6.35_src/.config, I modified "# CONFIG_DEVTMPFS is not set" to "CONFIG_DEVTMPFS=y". But I cannot find "CONFIG_DEVTMPFS_MOUNT is not set", so I added one line "CONFIG_DEVTMPFS_MOUNT=y"06:10
sonachStskeeps: Other options is in accordance with http://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Adaptation_Guide#Kernel06:10
sonachStskeeps: the whole boot console output is http://pastie.org/3228863 Thank you very much:)06:11
Stskeepssonach: hmmm06:44
Stskeepssonach: can you run make oldconfig and then grep CONFIG_DEVTMPFS .config?06:44
Stskeepssonach: it might be that you need to make clean, all06:46
Stskeepsit certainly doesn't look like the option got activated, so06:48
Stskeepssonach: after doing make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=your-cross-compiler oldconfig, can you show me your .config?06:55
*** tilgovi has joined #mer06:56
*** tilgovi has quit IRC06:57
*** sonac1 has joined #mer07:00
Stskeepswb sonac1, did you see what i wrote?07:00
*** stepiro has quit IRC07:01
*** stepiro has joined #mer07:01
sonac1no,i am outside now,using phone to irc07:02
Stskeepsah ok07:02
Stskeepsi just said that you may need to do make oldconfig clean all -- and then grep CONFIG_DEVTMPFS .config07:02
Stskeepsand i'd like to see the .config as well07:02
Stskeepswith oldconfig you can see if it accepts the option or not07:03
sonac1i will go home ASAP:)07:04
Stskeepshehe, no rush, i'm around most of today :)07:04
sonac1ok,it's slow to type with phone...07:07
Stskeepsvgrade: did we ever integrate that python patch?07:08
*** plate has quit IRC07:11
*** rdqfdx has joined #mer07:13
*** Anssi138 has quit IRC07:14
*** plate has joined #mer07:24
*** plate is now known as bourbon07:26
*** vakkov has joined #mer07:35
*** stepiro has quit IRC07:42
*** stepiro has joined #mer07:43
*** TomaszD has joined #mer07:59
TomaszDHi07:59
TomaszDhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=350510026223&clk_rvr_id=308889730222 if anyone wants a cheap a2dp speaker from uk08:00
TomaszDShame they dont ship elsewhere08:00
Stskeepscheap08:04
Stskeepsmy car is an a2dp speaker, is quite nice08:04
TomaszDYup08:04
TomaszDI have no real use for this, but it's very cheap08:05
Stskeepsuse as a positioning point for bluetooth positioning..08:05
Stskeeps:P08:05
TomaszDHah08:05
Stskeepsa couple of those and you should have fairly good density08:06
TomaszDOn a horizontal plane though08:07
TomaszDBbl08:07
TomaszDBtw using ics on hp touchpad atm :-)08:08
*** beford has quit IRC08:09
*** onekenthomas has joined #mer08:16
*** onekenthomas has quit IRC08:17
*** stepiro has quit IRC08:21
*** stepiro has joined #mer08:21
vgradeStskeeps, sill on the list. I saw the 2.7 commit so priority lowered. Can look later08:29
Stskeepsok08:29
Stskeepsi just saw the failure for first time in a while so had to ask :)08:30
*** harbaum has joined #mer08:44
*** DocScrutinizer has quit IRC08:49
*** DocScrutinizer has joined #mer08:49
*** harbaum has quit IRC08:49
*** phaeron has joined #mer08:51
*** TomaszD has quit IRC08:54
*** phaeron has quit IRC08:57
*** sonac2 has joined #mer08:59
*** stepiro has quit IRC09:00
*** sonac1 has quit IRC09:01
*** stepiro has joined #mer09:01
*** phaeron has joined #mer09:02
*** sonac2 has quit IRC09:03
*** sonach has quit IRC09:26
*** sonach has joined #mer09:26
*** stepiro has quit IRC09:27
*** stepiro has joined #mer09:28
sonachStskeeps: hello,09:44
Stskeepshello :)09:45
*** stepiro has quit IRC09:45
*** stepiro has joined #mer09:45
sonachStskeeps: After doing "make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-hisiv200-linux- oldconfig". How to show you .config?09:47
Stskeepssonach: hmm, i guess you can send the file to me in an email09:47
*** raignarok has joined #mer09:50
sonachStskeeps: http://pastie.org/322970209:50
Stskeepshmm, that looks correct09:51
Stskeepsand now make the kernel and flash it?09:51
sonachStskeeps: It seems that the "make oldconfig" doesn't take effect.... the "CONFIG_DEVTMPFS_MOUNT=y" line was added by me on hand...09:51
Stskeepsinteresting09:51
sonachStskeeps: should I do "make clean" or other?09:51
Stskeepsmake clean and then make the kernel, yes09:52
Stskeepsthe configuration looks fine09:52
sonachOK,09:52
*** onekenthomas has joined #mer09:57
*** tomeff has joined #mer09:58
*** onekenthomas has quit IRC09:58
*** onekenthomas has joined #mer09:59
*** onekenthomas has quit IRC10:00
*** sonach_ has joined #mer10:04
sonach_Stskeeps: Making progress! now the current state is: http://pastie.org/322977310:06
sonach_Stskeeps: Mer is booted,but some errors occur,10:06
Stskeepsyes indeed :)10:06
*** stepiro has quit IRC10:07
sonach_Stskeeps: Now it comes to the realm of Mer, I don't quite understand the errors... :)10:07
Stskeepsyour console is called ttyAMA0?10:07
*** stepiro has joined #mer10:07
sonach_How to confirm this?10:08
*** sonach has quit IRC10:08
*** onekenthomas has joined #mer10:08
*** sonach_ is now known as sonach10:08
Stskeepscmdline=mem=96M console=ttyAMA0,115200 root=/dev/mtdblock9 rootfstype=jffs2 mtdparts=hinand:1M(fastboot),1M(stbid),1M(loaderdb),1M(b10:08
Stskeepsakloaderdb),5M(mainloader),5M(bakloader),1M(logo),1M(logo1),5M(kernel),58M(rootfs),3M(apparam1),3M(apparam2),8M(ui),35M(app),-(other) mmz=ddr,0,0x8600010:08
Stskeeps000,160M10:08
Stskeepsso yes10:08
sonachCONFIG_CMDLINE="mem=128M console=ttyAMA0,115200 console=ttyMTD,blackbox"10:09
*** onekenthomas has quit IRC10:09
Stskeepsok, go into where you have your root file system on your pc10:09
Stskeepsand do ln -s ../serial-getty@.service ./lib/systemd/system/getty.target.wants/serial-getty@ttyAMA0.service10:10
Stskeepsso your file system will contain /lib/systemd/system/getty.target.wants/serial-getty@ttyAMA0.service10:10
Stskeepsin addition to that, add 'ttyAMA0' to /etc/securetty in the file system10:11
Stskeepsand then do mkfs.jffs2 again10:11
*** stepiro has quit IRC10:12
Stskeepsalso, congratulations, your first mer bootup :)10:13
*** stepiro has joined #mer10:14
sonachStskeeps: ln -s ../serial-getty@service xxx?  but there is no target of ../serial-getty@service...10:14
* phaeron notes systemd should start the rescue shell at that point instead of haning10:14
phaeron*hanging10:14
Stskeepssonach: yes, that's ok10:15
Stskeepssonach: just be sure to be in the directory of the mer root file system10:16
Stskeepsand then ls -l ./lib/systemd/system/getty.target.wants/ afterwards10:16
Stskeepsphaeron: there's technically nothing wrong there10:16
Stskeepssonach: i just added http://review.merproject.org/329 to systemd, so in next Mer core version, you can just add systemd-console-ttyAMA0 to your %packages in .ks, so it's easier10:18
sonachStskeeps: good:)10:19
Stskeepsi think people using st-ericsson boards need ttyAMA0 too, so10:19
*** sonach has quit IRC10:25
*** stepiro has quit IRC10:27
Stskeeps12s bootup isn't half bad10:27
*** stepiro has joined #mer10:27
*** stepiro has quit IRC10:29
*** stepiro has joined #mer10:30
*** vakkov has quit IRC10:31
*** vakkov has joined #mer10:31
*** stepiro has quit IRC10:31
*** stepiro has joined #mer10:31
*** NIN101 has joined #mer10:32
*** sonach has joined #mer10:36
sonachStskeeps: Successfully boot to Mer!!10:36
Stskeepssonach: you got a login prompt?10:37
sonachStskeeps: of course:) and I login into it.10:37
Stskeepscongratulations :)10:37
sonachStskeeps: Thank you for you BIG help!  After that, I should test X11. Is that right? At the end, I must run XBMC or QtMediaHub or something alike.10:39
Stskeepssonach: do you have a framebuffer on it? /dev/fb0 that is10:39
Stskeepssonach: if so, try to make a file system alike this one: http://releases.merproject.org/releases/0.20120120.1/kickstarts/mer-core-armv7hl-xorg-basic-qmlviewer.ks10:40
sonachStskeeps: no /dev/fb0... Why?10:41
Stskeepssonach: no framebuffer? hmm10:41
sonachStskeeps: yes, maybe I should install correspond driver?10:42
Stskeepsyes, perhaps10:42
*** jeet has joined #mer10:42
Stskeepselse we can't really draw to the screen ;)10:42
Stskeepsin the %post section of that .ks, we're missing the following:10:43
Stskeepshttp://pastie.org/322995010:43
Stskeepsthen qmlviewer should start up automatically, a nice test case10:43
Stskeepsbut first get framebuffer working10:43
sonachStskeeps: OK. I think the drivers of hi3716m don't work at this moment. So I have to make  the drivers work.10:44
Stskeepsok10:44
Stskeepsit is probably hifb.ko ?10:46
*** jeet has quit IRC10:47
sonachStskeeps: You are exactly right!! it is hifb.ko:)10:58
Stskeepssonach: one of the positive things about chinese manuals is that you don't use chinese characters for command lines and filenames ;)10:59
sonachStskeeps: How do you know this?10:59
*** stepiro has quit IRC10:59
Stskeepssonach: i looked up some manuals on the net about hisilicon hardware and guessed :)10:59
*** stepiro has joined #mer10:59
Stskeepsremember, my main job has been hardware adaptation for the last 2-3 years11:00
sonachStskeeps: cool:) Thank you for your instruction!11:00
*** stepiro has quit IRC11:02
*** stepiro has joined #mer11:02
*** stepiro has quit IRC11:05
*** stepiro has joined #mer11:05
*** smoku has joined #mer11:06
Stskeepsmorn smoku11:07
Stskeepssonach: can you run 'free -m' on your board?11:07
smokuhi Stskeeps11:07
Stskeepsi'm curious to see how much ram is in use11:07
*** trbs has joined #mer11:15
*** tpn has joined #mer11:18
lbtsonach: congrats :)11:19
lbtand morning all11:20
*** raignarok has quit IRC11:20
*** raignarok has joined #mer11:21
phaeronis mer core rebuilding again ?11:21
*** tomeff has left #mer11:23
Stskeepsshouldn't be11:24
Stskeepsmorn lbt11:25
phaeronan i586 package I have is blocked11:25
Stskeepslooks quite idle11:26
phaeronhttps://build.pub.meego.com/project/monitor?project=home%3Aiamer%3AMer%3Autils%3Auxselect11:26
phaeronhttps://build.pub.meego.com/monitor/old11:26
phaeronpackages in blocked queue for i58611:26
phaeron84211:27
*** himamura has joined #mer11:28
*** arcean has joined #mer11:28
Stskeepsdoesn't look righ11:32
Stskeepsi did a messup with the imported release, maybe it got stuck?11:32
Stskeepson i586 specifically11:33
phaeronhmm11:33
phaeronI'll trigger a deep check11:33
phaeronnothing ..11:48
Stskeepslemme check fobs11:49
Stskeepswell, something is still querying it at least11:50
phaeronI think fakeobs is sending wrong state11:51
Stskeepswell, it won't be sending 'blocked', for sure..11:51
Stskeeps:P11:51
*** sonach has quit IRC11:52
*** sonach has joined #mer11:52
Stskeepsi can do a updates storm if you want, that should help shake the three11:52
Stskeepstree11:52
sonachlbt: thanks for your help:)11:53
lbt:)11:53
Stskeepsstorm started11:53
sonachStskeeps: http://pastie.org/3230270 is the result of "free -m"11:53
w00theh11:54
Stskeepssonach: ok, so not that bad11:54
sonachStskeeps: So it is not that good?11:54
Stskeepssonach: 16mb used11:54
Stskeepssonach: it might be possible to get further down11:55
sonachStskeeps: It is nice:)11:56
phaeronStskeeps: no effect11:56
Stskeepsphaeron: it takes time11:56
phaeronStskeeps: core-next i586 is not blocked , while core i586 is still blocked (watching the storm in the backend)11:59
Stskeepsodd12:00
*** stepiro has quit IRC12:00
*** stepiro has joined #mer12:01
*** raignarok has quit IRC12:05
*** raignarok has joined #mer12:06
sonachStskeeps: A trivial question. How do you know from error message that ttyAMA0 is the cause?12:13
Stskeepssonach: there wasn't any login prompt so a wild guess is that the 'getty' program wasn't running on it12:14
sonachbut there was no "ttyAMA0" hint, just "Failed to open /sys/class/tty/tty0/active". How do you know it is ttyAMA0:12:15
Stskeepssonach: experience -- i had seen the kernel command line earlier and it said your console is ttyAMA012:15
Stskeepsand experience tells me that if there's no login program running on console, we're missing the service for it12:15
sonachStskeeps: I agree, experience is the most important thing:)12:18
Stskeepsand sometimes silence from a computer tells a lot :)12:19
*** M4rtinK has joined #mer12:20
*** seph143 has joined #mer12:23
seph143can i ask some question?12:23
Stskeepsof course :)12:23
seph143is the Nemo version for n900 is already supported telephone functionality? like sms and calls. thanks for the reply :D12:25
Stskeepsbest to ask in #nemomobile but yes, calls and sms works12:25
seph143i just need to read the change log first :D brb, and i will try to ask if i can't understand some of them :D12:26
phaeronStskeeps: now what :)12:29
Stskeepsphaeron: hm?12:30
phaeronis there a caching proxy in the middle or something12:30
Stskeepsnot afaik12:30
Stskeepsi'll restart fakeobs?12:30
Stskeepsrestarted12:31
seph143can i used 8gb memory card instead of 4gb?12:31
Stskeepsseph143: yes12:31
*** KaIRC has joined #mer12:32
phaerontriggered deep check again12:33
seph143where can i download nemo imge file for n900? thanks again for the reply12:33
Stskeepsseph143: wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Nemo12:33
*** paulo has joined #mer12:35
seph143@Stskeeps is it here? http://repository.maemo.org/meego/Nemo/12:35
* phaeron scratches head12:35
Stskeepsseph143: right12:35
phaeronmaybe remote cache is corrupted ..12:35
seph143thanks http://repository.maemo.org/meego/Nemo/0.20111208.2.NEMO.2011-12-22.1/images/ i just download "nemo-handset-armv7hl-n900-testing/"? for n900? thanks again for the rep.12:36
seph143@sir Stskeeps i need to download it form manifest up to vmlinuz-2.6.37-8.3.Nemo.Adaptation.N900-adaptation-n900?12:37
*** stepiro has quit IRC12:38
*** stepiro has joined #mer12:38
Stskeepsseph143: the instructions are pretty clear :)12:39
Stskeepsi have to go for this afternoon, bbl12:39
Stskeepsseph143: please ask additional questions in #nemomobile12:39
seph143@Sir Stskeeps thanks for the reply hehehe :D i'm just getting excited :D :D12:41
*** seph143 has quit IRC12:46
*** raignarok has quit IRC13:03
*** pohly has joined #mer13:06
*** arc_mat|tp has joined #mer13:12
*** stepiro has quit IRC13:13
*** sroedal has quit IRC13:14
*** stepiro has joined #mer13:14
*** sonach has quit IRC13:17
*** stepiro has quit IRC13:21
*** stepiro has joined #mer13:21
*** raignarok has joined #mer13:25
*** sroedal has joined #mer13:26
*** paulo has quit IRC13:35
*** sonach has joined #mer13:37
sonachStskeeps: Copy ko files(such as hifb.ko) to mer's rootfs, login into Mer, insmod these ko files. After that I can see /dev/fb0.13:38
sonachStskeeps: How to  load this ko files automatically when booting Mer, such as /etc/init.d/S90Modules of sysvinit?13:40
*** sandroandrade has joined #mer13:45
*** stepiro has quit IRC13:52
*** stepiro has joined #mer13:52
phaeronlbt: ping13:53
lbtphaeron: pong13:54
phaeronI think the remotecache in cobs is corrupted13:54
lbtsonach: we have /etc/modprobe.d/ which I think is working13:54
lbtphaeron: mmm13:55
lbtis this because rpms have the same version/build # but different content?13:55
phaeronfor mer fakeobs i586 specifically13:56
phaeronno check https://build.pub.meego.com/monitor/old13:56
phaeronlook at state of i58613:56
lbtmmm13:56
phaeronStskeeps restarted fakeobs , so I don't think the problem is on his side13:56
*** vakkov has quit IRC13:57
phaerona deep check on it doesn't help either13:57
lbtlooking at the logs13:58
*** Sage has quit IRC14:00
*** rantom_ has quit IRC14:00
*** sandst1 has quit IRC14:00
sonachlbt: I will try it:)14:04
lbtsonach: if it doesn't work let me know14:04
sonachlbt: ok!14:04
sonachlbt: how to work with /etc/modprobe.d? add "insmod xxx.ko" into one of the conf file?14:06
lbtsonach: the format is "install xxx"14:07
sonachlbt: for example, something like "install hifb.ko" is OK?14:09
lbtyes (I think so)14:09
*** singler has joined #mer14:10
sonachor "install hifb /sbin/modprobe"?14:10
sonachAnyway, I will try it later.14:11
lbtsonach: I need to check on that14:12
sonachlbt: one more question. In "releases.merproject.org/releases/0.20120120.1/builds/armv7l/packages/", there are armv7hl and armv7l DIR; and in "releases.merproject.org/releases/0.20120120.1/builds/armv7hl/packages/", there are also armv7hl and armv7l. what's the difference?14:13
sonachlbt: What bothers me is that the directory structure is very strange...14:14
*** dionet has joined #mer14:15
sonachlbt: "builds/armv7l/packages/armv7hl"  and "builds/armv7hl/packages/armv7l"are  very strange....14:15
lbtsonach: there's some info at the bottom of this page: http://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/ARM14:15
sonachlbt: I mean, the directory structure is very strange. Not what "h" or "l" means,14:16
lbtah, I see14:17
lbt(I know our naming conventions sometimes need explaining)14:17
sonachlbt: ignore this:)  What arch do you suggest, armv7hl or armv7l for my platform?14:18
sonachlbt: "uname -a" of my platform is "Linux localhost.localdomain 2.6.35.7_hi3716m #3 Sun Jan 22 18:00:19 CST 2012 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux"14:19
sonachlbt: Does this mean that armv7l is suitable?14:19
lbtyes, that should work14:20
lbtI thought you'd already built a working rootfs?14:21
sonachlbt: hmm, I have built a working rootfs with mer-core-armv7l-base.ks. Now I am going to build one with mer-core-armv7l-xorg-basic-qmlviewer.ks.14:23
lbtOK - so I don't know exactly what HW you have - but if the armv7l worked then continue to use it for now14:24
lbtit may be worth checking later to see what the pros/cons are of switching14:24
lbtI think the main issue will be if you're provided with pre-built binaries that need a certain ABI14:25
lbtoh, I was wrong about auto module load... you need to mkdir /etc/modules-load.d; echo hifb > /etc/modules-load.d/hifb.conf14:26
lbtsystemd is quite new so some of these things are not as well documented as they could be14:27
sonachlbt: I understand the issus of pre-built binaries of a certain ABI:)14:27
lbtsonach: sorry :)14:28
lbtphaeron: gimme a sec to get this module build going .... and what's the backend actually stuck on?14:29
sonachlbt: I don't understand "echo hifb > /etc/modules-load.d/hifb.conf"...14:30
lbtdamn ... ^D out of a chroot - when I wasn't in it ...14:30
phaeronnothing is stuck. it's waiting for fakeobs to finish building stuff , when there is nothing actually building there14:30
lbtsonach: systemd looks at .conf files in that directory and the format is the plain module name14:30
phaeronso all the stuff that builds against mer core in fakeobs is waiting in blocked state14:31
lbtsonach: I don't think the actual filename matters14:31
lbtphaeron: and Stskeeps restarted fakeobs14:31
phaeronyeah14:32
sonachlbt: so I create /etc/modules-load.d/load.conf. and put all ko file names in the load.conf. Is that right?14:32
lbtthat would be fine too14:32
lbtbe aware that that is systemd driven14:32
lbtso it will only happen when rootfs is up14:32
sonachlbt: thank you! I will try this. Maybe I read some docs on systemd...14:32
lbtI mean it's obvious but worth mentioning14:33
sonachI should read some docs about systemd in order to understand Mer well...14:33
lbtyes, the main docs are here http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/systemd-docs.html14:34
lbtbut I'll be writing a summary of systemd in Mer 'soon' :)14:34
*** pohly has quit IRC14:34
lbtyay ... kernel-devel packaging works14:38
sonachlbt: thanks for your work:)14:39
sonachlbt: Error: failed to create image : Failed to find package 'xorg-x11-drv-kbd' : No package(s) available to install14:39
Stskeepsremove that line, may be mistake from my part14:39
Stskeepsfbdev and evdev is what matters14:39
lbtsonach: np - and you can tell I'm not the ARM expert :)14:40
sonachStskeeps: I already removes that and now it is progressing14:41
sonachlbt: you are doing more job on X86?14:44
lbtsonach: I am - but mainly I do systems and process work14:45
sonachStskeeps: Now what I am concerning is, how big the jffs2 file will be for mer-core-xorg-basis...14:45
lbtsonach: making sure we can scale to multiple development teams14:46
Stskeepssonach: we'll see14:46
*** raignarok has quit IRC14:46
Stskeepssonach: there is many ways to slice footprint14:46
*** mj has joined #mer14:46
sonachStskeeps: OK. let's see the result first:)14:47
*** mj is now known as Guest3594814:47
sonachlbt: what do you mean by "scale to multiple development teams"?14:47
lbtsonach: I used to work for Nokia - so they'd have many many people writing code for a device; all spread into different teams... that needs QA testing and integrating14:48
lbtso we need automation systems to run QA checks for all our changes14:48
lbtalso, when Mer changes, vendors like you need to run QA to make sure nothing breaks14:49
lbtso we have tools and systems for that14:49
lbtwhich isn't important on day 1 when you boot the prototype14:49
lbtbut is *very* important when you need to finalise code to ship a device14:49
Stskeepsensuring quality :)14:50
lbtalways :D14:50
sonachlbt: Ok, I see:)14:51
lbtsonach: yep - hopefully it's good for you to know that these things will be there later on when you need them14:52
sonachlbt: Are these things there already?14:53
lbtStskeeps: forcing a cold scan of OBS scheduler - phaeron's idea14:53
lbtsonach: yes14:53
phaeron*cold start14:53
phaeronof i586 scheduler only14:54
Stskeepsok14:54
*** tpn has quit IRC14:54
lbtsonach: let me know if you need to discuss them. Mer already uses some of this for it's own QA. The Nemo project also uses it to run checks.14:55
*** vgrade1 has joined #mer14:55
lbtfirst I guess you need to make the prototype work :)14:55
*** vgrade has quit IRC14:58
phaeronlbt: it's done and still everything is blocked ..15:06
Stskeepswhat does it block on?15:06
phaeronStskeeps: everything15:07
phaeroncheck https://build.pub.meego.com/project/monitor?project=CE%3AUtils15:07
lbt"nothing provides"15:07
Stskeepson the go atm, can't see15:07
phaeronStskeeps: for example glew in CE:Utils is blocked on libXi-devel, libX11-devel, libXmu-devel, libXext-devel, libXi, xorg-x11-proto-inputproto, libX11, libxcb-devel, libXt-devel, libXmu, libXext, libxcb, libXfixes-devel, libXdamage-devel, libXxf86vm-devel, libXt, libXfixes, libXdamage, libXxf86vm15:08
Stskeepshmmmm15:09
phaeronStskeeps: wget in CE:Utils is blocked on openssl-devel, openssl15:09
lbtalso nohup.out is 1.6Gb ...15:09
lbtsorry, a mere 1.3Gb15:09
phaeronthat's for fakeobs, right ?15:09
lbtyes15:09
* phaeron sips some more coffee15:09
Stskeepswhy does it think it's blocked?15:10
Stskeepsi didn't even know obs could do that over the wire15:10
phaeronit knows when stuff is rebuilding15:10
Stskeepshmm15:11
phaerontrying something on the source server15:11
*** stepiro has quit IRC15:14
*** stepiro has joined #mer15:14
phaeronI can see the blocked stuff in the cached state in the srcserver15:16
phaerontrying to get a non cache ..15:16
*** gimli has joined #mer15:21
*** gimli has joined #mer15:21
lbthow nice, spectacle erases %post scripts and doesn't seem to have a keyword for them15:23
phaeronthere's a "no touch" part afair15:24
lbtI really hate doing half in yaml and half in spec15:25
lbtand not knowing if your edits will be erased15:26
lbtso you have to keep backups15:26
lbtand then finding a hoop to jump through15:26
lbtand the docs are about as sane as running "strings" on an exe15:26
lbt-> coffee15:27
sonachlbt: If I "echo hifb.ko > /etc/moduls-load.d/load.conf", Where should I put hifo.ko to ?15:27
*** s1gk1ll has joined #mer15:28
*** harbaum has joined #mer15:28
sonachlbt: put *.ko to /etc/modules-load.d/ ?15:28
Stskeepssonach: /lib/modules/kernelversion/ and depmod -a15:29
Stskeepsok, battery running out, so i got to go. sonach: have a happy chinese new year :)15:30
*** sigkill_ has quit IRC15:31
sonachStskeeps: thank you!15:31
sonachStskeeps: what do you mean "/lib/modules/kernelversion/ and depmod -a". kernelversion is 2.6.3515:32
sonachStskeeps: Don't have power adapter with you?15:33
*** stepiro has quit IRC15:33
sonachAC adaptor15:33
phaeronsonach: he's not at home :)15:33
*** stepiro has joined #mer15:33
phaeronsonach: when you install modules from a kernel build they go to a directory /lib/modules/<kernel_version>/something/something15:34
phaeronso in your case /lib/modules/2.6.35/video/hifb.ko15:34
sonachphaeron: ok. I already copy something to /lib/modules,15:34
phaeronif you do that manually then you run depmod -a so that modprobe knows about this new module15:35
*** stepiro has quit IRC15:35
sonachphaeron: On my vendor's rootfs, a bundle of ko files are provided seperately from /lib/modules/xxx. I should insmod the ko files manually15:36
*** stepiro has joined #mer15:36
sonachphaeron: So i just copy /kmod(which holds a lot of ko files) to my Mer rootfs. After I have logined into Mer, I install ko files under /kmod manually. And it works.15:37
phaeroninsmod inserts a single module file15:37
sonachphaeron: for example, after doing "insmod /kmod/hifb.ko", /etc/fb0 will come out.15:37
phaeronmodprobe works by dependencies15:38
*** dionet has quit IRC15:38
phaeronso if your hifb module depends on fb module it will insert that first15:38
sonachbut how does the system find the ko files when they lives in /kmod directory?15:38
phaeronmodprobe will not find them if they are not in the correct place and depmod knows about them15:39
phaeronotherwise you need to use insmod like you said15:39
phaeronso instead of putting them in /kmod put them inside the modules directory and run depmod a15:39
phaerondepmod -a15:40
sonachphaeron: I don't quite catch what you said.15:45
sonachphaeron: I do "cp /kmod /lib/modules/linux-2.6.25/" and run "depmod -a". nothing changed for modules.dep15:46
phaeronmkdir /lib/modules/linux-2.6.25/kernel/hifb/15:47
phaeroncp /kmod/* /lib/modules/linux-2.6.25/kernel/hifb/15:47
phaerondepmod -a15:47
phaerondoes that work ?15:47
*** arcean has quit IRC15:48
*** arcean has joined #mer15:49
sonachphaeron: OK, It works! But now I was working in Mer. If I am on my host pc, how can I do this? ah, just add something like "kernel/hifb/hifb.ko" to modules.dep manually?15:50
*** harbaum_ has joined #mer15:52
*** harbaum has quit IRC15:52
phaeronno15:54
phaeronare those modules built from source ?15:54
phaeronif so then you need to write a spec file that builds them and installs them in the correct place15:55
phaeronif they are binaries only then you can write a spec file that just copies them in the right place15:55
phaeronthe depmod -a can be in a %post15:55
vgrade1Stskeeps, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBs7KaTK5Hk15:57
*** DocScrutinizer is now known as Doc15:57
*** Doc is now known as DocScrutinizer15:58
*** vgrade1 is now known as vgrade15:58
*** dionet has joined #mer16:01
phaeronlbt: there ?16:02
lbtyes16:02
lbtphaeron: ?16:04
sonachphaeron: OK, I will write "depmod -a" in %post!16:05
sonachphaeron: thank you for your instructions:)16:05
phaeronno problem16:06
sonachAh, there are firecracker every place outside. Beijing Time is about 00:00, Chinese New Year arrives:)16:08
*** sonach has left #mer16:09
*** stepiro has quit IRC16:18
*** stepiro has joined #mer16:19
*** nsuffys has joined #mer16:21
phaeronStskeeps: there ?16:28
*** lynxis has joined #mer16:29
*** Guest35948 has quit IRC16:32
*** alterego_ has joined #mer16:33
*** stepiro has quit IRC16:37
*** stepiro has joined #mer16:37
phaeronStskeeps: its fakeobs's fault , the repository cache file in fakeobs contains the broken state. I don't know how you generate it , so I'll wait for you to come back and do so :)16:38
*** stepiro has quit IRC16:50
*** stepiro has joined #mer16:51
*** arcean has quit IRC16:52
*** vakkov has joined #mer16:55
*** mdavey has quit IRC16:55
*** stepiro has quit IRC16:55
*** stepiro has joined #mer16:56
*** lynxis has quit IRC16:56
*** lynxis has joined #mer16:57
*** M4rtinK has quit IRC17:01
*** stepiro has quit IRC17:02
*** wubudubudubudu has quit IRC17:02
*** stepiro has joined #mer17:02
*** wubudubudubudu has joined #mer17:03
*** stepiro has quit IRC17:03
*** stepiro has joined #mer17:04
*** stepiro has quit IRC17:12
*** stepiro has joined #mer17:12
*** M4rtinK has joined #mer17:16
Stskeepsphaeron: ah crap17:22
Stskeepsphaeron: will look in 30 mins17:23
*** stepiro has quit IRC17:25
*** stepiro has joined #mer17:26
lbthmm uxlaunch problems17:40
*** djszapi has joined #mer17:48
*** alterego_ has quit IRC17:52
*** djszapi has left #mer17:53
Stskeepsphaeron: i dump it from obs, not sure why it would think it's broken17:54
Stskeepsie blocked17:54
*** rdqfdx has quit IRC17:57
*** tpn has joined #mer18:01
Stskeepsphaeron: i'm switching repo to the 0.2 prerelease, which is equal to the final release18:02
Stskeepsbut exported at an earlier point18:02
* phaeron doesn't get it :D18:03
Stskeepsok, so, i did one export which became Core:i586:0.20120120.0.2, and another, which became .1 (final release)18:04
Stskeeps0.2 is what Core-next points to atm18:04
Stskeepsso i'm changing the binary repo of Core:i586 to the older 0.2 version18:05
*** xtcx has joined #mer18:05
*** xtcx has joined #mer18:05
*** thomashc has quit IRC18:06
Stskeepsphaeron: let me know if this clears out the blokage18:08
phaeronooh yeah it's the attack of the builds18:08
phaeronanybody got a few spare workers18:10
phaeronStskeeps: did you look inside the file obs-repos/Core\:i586\:latest/Core_i586/i586/_repository\?view\=cache18:12
phaeronStskeeps: it had the blocked state18:12
Stskeepsno, it's a perl database18:12
Stskeepswhich i don't know how to read18:12
phaeronbut you can still see stuff inside with less18:13
phaeronor strings if you're picky :)18:13
Stskeepsmm18:13
phaeronyou probably got the repository state while things were rebuilding in your obs18:14
phaeronthat's the only explanation I can think of ..18:14
lbtStskeeps: fyi I ran  stskeeps@shell:~/release-tools$ make packages-git/mappingscache.xml18:15
lbton the grounds that it was already dead and that was in the docs18:15
lbt(where docs==history ... correct? :P )18:15
*** dionet has quit IRC18:16
phaeronsince you export static repos why not just use download on demand :D18:16
lbtrsync18:16
Stskeepsphaeron: yeah, though i'm fairly sure it was done18:19
Stskeepslbt: yeah, mappingscache.xml is just source18:19
Stskeepss18:19
Stskeepslbt: obs-repos/ is the binary reos18:19
Stskeepsrepos18:19
Stskeepslbt: btw, did you document the 'autoloading modules' thing anywhere?18:19
Stskeepsthat's going to be a hot topic18:19
Stskeepsvgrade: nice18:20
lbtStskeeps: yes, in my HA notes18:20
lbtI'm doing a boot-process thing which goes into systemd18:20
lbtalso... uxlaunch sucks18:20
*** drussell has quit IRC18:21
phaeronlbt: why :)18:21
Stskeepslbt: why does it suck?18:21
phaeronI thought autoloading modules was best done by udev18:21
lbthttp://pastie.org/323217418:22
Stskeepsphaeron: only if it's in your board file in kernel18:22
Stskeepsphaeron: don't try to modprobe in a udev rule :)18:22
lbt'cos it doesn't tell me why it dies and I'm in a hurry to make tea :)18:22
Stskeepslbt: Xorg.0.log ?18:23
lbtah18:24
lbtFatal server error:18:24
lbt[  2971.131] AddScreen/ScreenInit failed for driver 018:24
*** lynxis has quit IRC18:24
*** lynxis has joined #mer18:25
lbthttp://pastie.org/323218418:25
*** lynxis has quit IRC18:25
*** lynxis has joined #mer18:26
*** stepiro has quit IRC18:27
*** stepiro has joined #mer18:27
*** stepiro has joined #mer18:27
*** lynxis has quit IRC18:35
*** singler has quit IRC18:35
*** lynxis has joined #mer18:36
*** stepiro has quit IRC18:38
*** stepiro has joined #mer18:39
*** singler has joined #mer18:40
*** stepiro has quit IRC18:41
Stskeepsok, 'mic' is kinda cool18:42
*** stepiro has joined #mer18:42
*** stepiro has quit IRC18:50
*** lynxis has quit IRC18:50
*** stepiro has joined #mer18:51
*** lynxis has joined #mer18:51
*** stepiro has quit IRC18:54
*** stepiro has joined #mer18:54
*** onekenthomas has joined #mer18:59
*** tpn has quit IRC19:00
*** lynxis has quit IRC19:01
*** tpn has joined #mer19:01
*** lynxis has joined #mer19:01
*** onekenthomas has quit IRC19:01
*** rdqfdx has joined #mer19:06
*** rdqfdx has quit IRC19:09
*** harbaum has joined #mer19:11
*** harbaum_ has quit IRC19:12
*** singler has quit IRC19:15
*** singler has joined #mer19:17
*** Alastor89 has joined #mer19:24
Stskeepsevening Alastor8919:24
Alastor89good evening19:24
Alastor89i'm Alastor89 from TMO19:25
Stskeepshehe, welcome :)19:25
Alastor89i've some question19:25
Alastor89*I have19:25
Alastor89I want to start to develop some applications for n900 and n9, and I want to help the community, so can you give me some link or some books that I can read to start ?19:27
Stskeepsi'd recommend you to learn Qt/QML19:28
Stskeepsand helping n900/n9, http://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Nemo19:28
Alastor89thank you, i'll start to search some books in amazon ^_^19:29
*** raignarok has joined #mer19:30
Stskeepsalso online tutorials19:34
*** xtcx has quit IRC19:38
Alastor89yes, I've sew some example on nokia developer page19:39
*** onekenthomas has joined #mer19:40
*** harbaum has quit IRC19:41
*** nsuffys has quit IRC19:41
*** lynxis has quit IRC19:46
*** beford has joined #mer19:47
*** beford has quit IRC19:47
*** beford has joined #mer19:47
StskeepsMer booting to qmlviewer on MIPS, qemu system emulator, http://releases.merproject.org/~carsten/mer-on-mipsel-qemu.png19:51
smokuStskeeps: are there any fun MIPS based hardware?19:52
Stskeepssmoku: well, a large bunch of STBs i would presume19:52
*** Anssi138 has joined #mer19:53
smokuSTBs are not fun ;-(19:53
Stskeepshehe ;)19:53
*** slx has joined #mer19:55
smokubut I would switch our oe setup for mer in a heartbeat ;-)19:56
Stskeepsthis is even already cross compile activated19:57
*** Anssi138 has quit IRC19:58
*** swerden has quit IRC19:59
Stskeepsie, it builds almost as fast as arm20:00
smokubtw, should I use lbt's template packages to package my kernel?20:16
*** Anssi138 has joined #mer20:17
Stskeepsyes, it's much better20:17
Stskeepsthough i dont think he has a arm variant yet20:17
smokuhttps://build.pub.meego.com/project/monitor?project=home%3Asmoku%3ACordia%3AShared  :-)20:17
smokugobject-introspection builds fine for ARM :)20:17
smoku(yesterday it was 'failed')20:17
Stskeepshmm?20:18
Stskeepscurious20:18
Stskeepsi didn't fix anything ;)20:18
smokudidn't you link new Mer release on COBS?20:18
Stskeepsyes, true20:18
*** stepiro has quit IRC20:18
smokuso it fixed ARM build20:18
Stskeepsbut that didn't contain anything in compiler area, i think20:18
smokunew glib?20:18
Stskeepsexcept for gnu style hash20:18
Stskeepshmm20:18
*** stepiro has joined #mer20:19
Stskeepsthe glibc changes -may- have helped a bit20:19
Stskeepswe did some patches to make sb2 work better20:19
smokuthe problem was in non-working ldd20:20
Stskeepsyeah20:21
lbtsmoku: the same one builds for arm and x86 https://build.pub.meego.com/package/live_build_log?arch=armv8el&package=kernel-adaptation-sample&project=home%3Albt%3AMer%3ASample%3AHA&repository=Mer_Core_armv7hl20:23
lbtthe only reason that fails is because the config produces firmware not listed in %files20:23
lbtlet me know if you use it though because I'm about to update the template to include some checking20:24
smokulbt: ok. thx20:25
smokuI will let you know20:25
*** stepiro has quit IRC20:28
*** stepiro has joined #mer20:29
*** lynxis has joined #mer20:30
*** stepiro has quit IRC20:36
*** stepiro has joined #mer20:37
smokulbt: on COBS when I add project repositories via add_repository_from_default_list it adds Mer_Core_armv7hl () and Mer_Core_armv7l ()20:44
Stskeepsyeah, don't use the default list20:44
smokulbt: () as no builders defined. is it on purpose?20:44
Stskeepsit's buggy20:44
Stskeepsadd it using the stuff in topic20:44
lbtStskeeps: doesn't it just need the arches selecting ?20:44
smokuactually if I use it and then check Architectures: in "Edit repository" it seems to do the job20:45
Stskeepslbt: as in, it doesn't set the right <arch>20:45
lbtit hasn't annoyed me enough to look at it :)20:45
Stskeepsit's either all or none20:45
*** harbaum has joined #mer20:45
lbtOBS limitation ?20:46
Stskeepswebui20:46
lbtyeah20:46
smokuso it's better to have none and then select the proper ones20:46
lbtI think that's what it does20:46
smokuif its a known issue I will shut up now :)20:47
lbtif you hit an issue it means there should be docs...20:48
smokulbt: copying your template gives me "nothing provides u-boot-omap4panda-tools" - known issue?20:48
lbtyes... you also need to read the instructions :)20:48
lbthttp://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Adaptation_Guide/Step_by_step20:49
smokuthx20:49
lbt"Both methods; build and/or hack on code"20:49
lbtthe yaml has a BR for a uboot bootloader20:49
lbtyou need a board/device specific uboot20:49
smokuand if I do not use uboot?20:56
lbtwhat device?20:56
*** stepiro has quit IRC20:56
smokuGT-i832020:56
Stskeepslbt: you should only BR on u-boot tools, not uboot20:56
Stskeepslbt: it's the mkimage it relies on for uImage20:57
lbtessentially HA is not part of Mer - so it is whatever you want.....20:57
lbtStskeeps: yes, I'm pretty sure that's what's in the yaml20:57
*** stepiro has joined #mer20:57
*** stepiro has joined #mer20:57
Stskeepsand that mkimage is not specific to a certain uboot :P20:57
lbtah, I think sage said it was ... good to know20:58
lbtor at least I asked in such a way that I misunderstood20:58
*** thomashc has joined #mer21:00
*** lynxis has quit IRC21:02
phaeronsmoku: need help with that cordia stuff? I am toying with gnome3 on mer and think it has in common with Cordia21:02
lbtStskeeps: http://pastie.org/3232184   AddScreen/ScreenInit failed for driver 021:02
lbtany idea what that error means?21:03
smokuphaeron: let's move to #cordia please :)21:03
phaeronyet another #irc21:03
phaeron:D21:03
*** arc_mat has quit IRC21:03
smokulbt: so, should I pull u-boot-omap4panda-tools to my project, link any project or ?21:04
lbtif you need uboot - it will do the job21:04
*** stepiro has quit IRC21:04
lbtand yes, you should have your own HA project21:04
Stskeepslbt: what do you have in your xorg.conf.d ?21:04
*** arc_mat has joined #mer21:05
*** stepiro has joined #mer21:05
lbtStskeeps: now I have http://pastie.org/323299521:05
lbtI had it working to the same level with just the Device section21:05
Stskeepsdrop the evtouch21:06
* Stskeeps looks in his own notes21:06
lbtsame21:08
lbthttp://jogglerwiki.info/index.php?title=Ubuntu_Lucid fyi21:08
Stskeepslbt: http://releases.merproject.org/~carsten/meego-tablet-ia32-kitchen.ks21:08
StskeepsDefaultDepth is fairly essential, if i remember correctly21:08
lbtsame message21:09
*** stepiro has quit IRC21:10
Stskeepswell, try to walk through my .ks's setup, it worked in old emgd at least21:10
* Stskeeps has to sleep21:10
lbtok21:10
*** stepiro has joined #mer21:10
StskeepsDefaultDepth/Depth was pretty essential, so was evdev vs evtouch21:11
Stskeepsbut it's been ages since i played with the joggler last21:11
lbtthe thing is there are no warnings21:13
lbtit just has that one error21:13
lbtand even that is not (EE)21:13
lbtand I'm getting the screen flash21:13
smokulbt: so if I do not need uboot I can safely remove the dependency and all lines requiring it?21:17
*** Alastor89 has quit IRC21:17
lbtyes21:17
lbtand make sure you build the right kind of kernel21:17
*** dionet has joined #mer21:19
*** tpn has quit IRC21:23
*** harbaum has quit IRC21:23
*** tpn has joined #mer21:24
*** leinir has quit IRC21:24
*** lynxis has joined #mer21:26
*** tpn has quit IRC21:32
*** tpn has joined #mer21:32
*** thomashc has quit IRC21:35
*** rantom_ has joined #mer21:38
smokulbt: :/  the package just failed patching the kernel with patch 25 of 52 :/21:38
smokuas the patches are exported from git, I'm puzzled :/21:39
lbtdid you change the Version:21:39
smokuof course21:39
lbtis it on COBS ?21:40
smokunot yet. local build.21:40
lbtand are you using my script?21:40
smokuyes21:40
smokutarball and patches exported by git2tarball.sh21:41
lbtany chance you have binary diff or possibly mv/renames?21:41
smokuin kernel git?21:42
smokuno idea :)21:42
smokujust cloned it21:42
lbtOK .. so why do you have 52 patches?21:42
*** lynxis has quit IRC21:42
*** lynxis has joined #mer21:43
smokuthis tree has a lot of changes to vanilla kernel to make it work on the device21:43
smokuchanges ported from vendor's frankenkernel21:43
smokuI will try exporting the patches again21:44
lbtwell21:46
lbttry removing the -M and -C options21:46
lbtin the script21:46
*** cxl000 has quit IRC21:47
lbtwhilst that's the normal format, it's less compatible21:47
smokuit did help. thanks :)21:50
lbtgood - I'll update the script21:50
smokulbt: as I understand this package uses fixed.config file. you do not plan to generate .config from common and hardware specific options like the meego n900 kernel package did?21:52
lbtno21:53
lbtinstead we have a config checker21:53
*** tpn has quit IRC21:53
lbtthat verifies and warns if you have missing/extra/wrong CONFIG_*21:53
smokuright. that's a better idea. :)21:54
smokuit's not there yet?21:54
lbtyes, it is21:54
lbtyou should find a BR on it21:55
lbtah21:55
smokuBR is commented-out21:55
lbtdid you copy the arm one?21:55
lbtno, you are correct21:56
smokui copied kernel-adaptation-sample21:56
smokuis there another one for ARM?21:56
lbtno :)21:56
lbtbut there's a joggler one21:56
lbtwhich I'm working on and then updating sample21:56
smokuwhich should I use then? :D21:56
lbtyou're using the right one21:57
lbtit's just not correct yet21:57
smokuBTW, I already love git2tarball.sh :)21:57
smokugood work21:57
lbtty21:57
lbtso PkgBR on mer-kernel-check21:58
lbtwhich you'll have to copypac for now21:59
lbtit will go into mer core next week21:59
smokuplease link http://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Adaptation_Guide/Step_by_step in kernel-adaptation-sample.yaml header :)21:59
lbtyes, excellent idea21:59
*** thomashc has joined #mer22:02
*** stepiro has quit IRC22:04
*** stepiro has joined #mer22:05
*** HazardousRooster has joined #mer22:07
*** HazardousWaster has quit IRC22:07
*** mdavey has joined #mer22:11
*** stepiro has quit IRC22:15
*** stepiro has joined #mer22:16
*** NIN101 has quit IRC22:21
*** stepiro has quit IRC22:24
*** vakkov has quit IRC22:24
*** stepiro has joined #mer22:24
*** Mirv has quit IRC22:28
*** macmaN has quit IRC22:29
*** Pantti has quit IRC22:30
*** raignarok has quit IRC22:30
*** Pantti has joined #mer22:30
*** macmaN has joined #mer22:30
*** HazardousWaster has joined #mer22:32
*** Mirv has joined #mer22:33
*** HazardousRooster has quit IRC22:34
*** singler has quit IRC22:42
*** singler has joined #mer22:44
*** cxl000 has joined #mer22:45
*** lynxis has quit IRC22:46
*** lynxis has joined #mer22:47
*** thomashc has quit IRC22:52
*** lynxis has quit IRC22:55
*** thomashc has joined #mer22:55
*** thomashc has quit IRC22:58
vgradelbt, good 2209 emgd log, http://pastebin.com/CqG6xjyf23:09
lbtvgrade: :)23:09
vgradefrom http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1229345&page=49723:09
*** lynxis has joined #mer23:10
lbtvmlinuz-3.0.023:10
*** stepiro has quit IRC23:11
*** thomashc has joined #mer23:11
*** buckle has quit IRC23:11
*** stepiro has joined #mer23:11
vgradefrom a sony vaio. we used to be able to use same driver on joggler and vaio with just changes to res23:12
*** buckle has joined #mer23:13
*** thomashc has quit IRC23:14
vgradeport order 4200023:14
*** lynxis has quit IRC23:15
*** lynxis has joined #mer23:15
lbtI just tried 420023:17
lbt023:17
lbtno change23:17
lbtvgrade: http://www.x.org/wiki/FAQErrorMessages#I_keep_getting_the_message:_.22AddScreen.2BAC8-ScreenInit_failed_for_driver_0.2223:19
lbtit's annoying because the emgd drm driver is in and working - but there's no clue why it just stops23:20
lbtthat hints at oom23:21
lbtit may just not work23:23
lbt"support for xorg 1.10 is experimental and from what I've seen it is crashy on my acer or doesn't work at all on other netbooks"23:23
*** buckle has quit IRC23:28
lbtexotica says it's working though23:28
lbthttp://joggler.exotica.org.uk/ubuntu/ Kernel 3.1.6. Xserver 1.1023:29
*** buckle has joined #mer23:30
vgradeyes, they do report succes, wonder what their xorg.conf looks like23:37
lbthttp://joggler.exotica.org.uk/source/overlay/etc/X11/23:37
lbtI'm running on 2.6.37.3 though23:38
lbtto enable the emgd drm driver to build23:38
lbtbut...23:38
*** thomashc has joined #mer23:38
lbthttp://joggler.exotica.org.uk/source/emgd/23:39
vgradethat may be old as its dated march and 2209 is from nov23:39
lbthttp://joggler.exotica.org.uk/source/emgd/04-build-on-kernel-2.6.39.patch23:40
lbtit's so easy I can prolly port it23:40
*** thomashc has quit IRC23:40
lbtI recall the argument # mismatch when building last time23:41
*** trbs has quit IRC23:44
vgradei'd check the xorg.conf from an exotica image once you have those patches in place23:46
lbtwell bugger me... it built23:46
*** lynxis_ has joined #mer23:47
lbtrpm -e kernel;rpm -i kernel; systemctl reboot .... that bit worked23:51
*** lynxis has quit IRC23:51
lbtexactly the same error23:52
lbttar: command not found = sometimes a minimal OS is a PITA23:56
vgradewere those patches to the .ko source?23:57
smokuStskeeps: looks like Dawati is still GTK+ 2 based :(23:57
phaeronthere's a gtk3 branchj23:58
lbtvgrade: 3.1.6 will build the .ko for emgd_drm cleanly23:58
lbtso when I upgraded the HA kernel source in OBS to 3.1.6 ... they built :)23:58

Generated by irclog2html.py 2.9.2 by Marius Gedminas - find it at mg.pov.lt!