#qi-hardware IRC log for Sunday, 2010-08-01

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uncloudedhey can I get commit to the openwrt-packages project?  I've got a port of Freedroid to upload04:12
wolfspraulunclouded: sure you can!04:16
wolfsprauldo you have an account on projects?04:16
uncloudedyes, by the same name: unclouded04:16
wolfspraulif you commit something, I can also test the new commitlog scripts :-)04:16
uncloudedok, maybe I should commit it one file at a time then ;-)04:17
wolfspraulunclouded: thanks for asking, I added you as member to openwrt-xburst and openwrt-packages04:18
wolfspraulyou need to upload your ssh public key, then it should work...04:18
uncloudedI think I remember uploading my key.  I must have if Ive committed to other projects, right?04:18
wolfspraulnot sure whether it is shared across all projects or not04:19
wolfsprauljust try, you should not be able to easily break something on the server :-04:20
wolfspraulthat must have been the heads of the second mirrored hdd04:20
uncloudedthanks for the access!  I'll say so just before I commit04:22
wolfspraulzear: hi zear!04:23
zearhey wolfspraul04:23
wolfspraulI was playing with eggdrop a bit, improving a few things04:23
zearah, so you can finally remove my nick from logging? :D04:23
wolfspraulone sec04:23
wolfspraulback then you told me you didn't like that the IP would get logged04:24
zearah, yes04:24
wolfspraulwhich I can kind of understand, plus it doesn't provide any value to others04:24
zearyes, because they can always do /who to get his whereabouts anyway04:24
wolfspraulso since I reviewed this eggdrop monster a bit more now, I realized the log flags were 'jpk'04:24
wolfspraulj = joins, parts, etc. k = kicks, bans, etc.04:24
wolfspraulso actually I think all we need is 'p'04:25
wolfspraulthe public messages04:25
wolfspraulso for now, I changed the log settings to 'p', which in my theory means the IP addresses won't get logged anymore, because the join and part messages are not logged04:25
wolfspraulthat's a small step forward I think04:25
wolfspraulnow I am wondering whether I should go over the entire archives and strip out all such 'j' and 'k' messages as well?04:26
wolfspraulwhat value does it have that we remember who and when people joined and left?04:26
wolfspraulI think all we care about is the actual content of the messages, i.e. actual public messages04:26
wolfspraulzear: what do you think?04:26
zeari think stripping the actual logs from joins and kicks is a good idea04:27
zearthough google had enough time to cache them already ;)04:27
wolfspraulone by one04:27
wolfspraulyes I know but it's never too late to improve :-)04:28
zeari agree04:28
wolfspraulso first of all - you agree that going forward, removing the 'j' and 'k' log types does not remove any value, right?04:28
wolfspraulI mean I don't see any value...04:28
zearyes, there's no point logging them04:28
wolfspraulok, next question is whether I should also retro-actively strip them from the archives04:28
wolfspraulI lean towards doing that, but I'm always careful about censoring/removing data...04:29
wolfspraulbut in this case, same as for future logs, I don't see the value04:29
wolfspraulit's just junk!04:29
wolfsprauland lots of IP addresses as you said correctly04:29
zearwhy not, they are all in a similar form:  nick(~nick@ip) has joined #channel04:29
wolfspraulshall we purge the junk?04:29
zearshould be rather easy to set up a script removing these lines04:29
wolfspraulyes sure, it's not a technical problem04:29
wolfspraulI just don't want to go through the archives purge stuff unilaterally04:30
zearwolfspraul, make a copy04:30
wolfspraulI feel this is a community server and I respect that the data is owned by everybody...04:30
zearin case people want them back04:30
wolfspraulok, easy04:30
wolfspraulthat would be a very exotic wish anyway, I really cannot imagine what the value of these log lines could be04:30
wolfspraulalready, so after the copy we purge them?04:31
qi-bot[commit] kyak: backgammon of bsd-games http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/48e547c04:31
qi-bot[commit] kyak: backgammon of bsd-games http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/d69630204:31
zearthe purpose of public logs should be easy access to precious informations about the nanonote, and not easy access to personal data ;)04:31
wolfspraultotally agree with you04:31
zearso i say purge the already existing logs04:31
wolfspraulthat's why I was happy today to realize that we can improve something04:32
wolfspraulalright, will do. backup copy first.04:32
bartbesI agree, it's just so you can look up what was said04:33
bartbessay, wolfspraul tells you how to do something, you forget, you want to look it04:34
bartbesthen you don't need join/quit messages04:34
bartbesif you are however spying on people, then you're just plain weird anyway04:34
uncloudedwolfspraul: beaten to a commit by kyak.  do you want to make any changes to the commit scripts before the next commit?04:35
wolfspraulyes agree, the join/part messages and IP addresses do not belong in the archives and create no value04:35
wolfspraulunclouded: no no :-)04:35
zearbartbes, it's not about you spying on people, it's about google caching everything04:35
wolfsprauljust commit04:35
zearbartbes, it's just in case someone ineeds choose to look up some information about you ;)04:36
wolfspraulit creates no value, it has to go04:36
wolfspraulthat simple04:36
bartbesI was merely stating the use cases of the logs04:36
bartbessaying thatthe join/quit messages are useless04:36
wolfspraulif my mind would work quicker I would have done this right the day when I installed eggdrop, but that thing has so many config options and my brain is so slow nowadays, it takes some time...04:37
wolfspraulzear: in hindsight, thanks for alerting me about the IP problem, I might not have noticed...04:37
qi-bot[commit] Neil Stockbridge: Merge branch 'master' of git@projects.qi-hardware.com:openwrt-packages http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/ad78aa704:38
qi-bot[commit] Neil Stockbridge: initial port of Freedroid http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/88b28ae04:38
uncloudedwolfspraul: when it says "error: hooks/post-receive exited with error code 1", is that something up with your scripts?04:39
bartbesnot quite fixed then04:41
wolfspraulguess so :-)04:42
wolfspraulunclouded: when did you get that error?04:42
wolfspraulyou did a 'git push' from the command line?04:42
uncloudedshould I not have?04:43
wolfspraulsure why not04:43
wolfspraulstrange I tested this carefully, didn't see anything04:43
uncloudedI'm not all that familiar with git.  I use svn and mercurial mostly04:43
wolfspraulunclouded: it's just a minor annoyance, the git push went through just fine04:43
bartbesunclouded: you did nothing wrong, don't worry04:43
wolfsprauljust a bit surprised why I didn't see it and how to reproduce it... should be easy to fix04:44
uncloudedRE: the Freedroid port: the title music doesn't work but the rest seems to.  If you liked Paradroid on the C64 then this game will bring back memories04:45
uncloudedwolfspraul: I had to pull and merge before pushing.  I don't know if that would affect anything04:46
wolfspraulzear: hmm, I think actions and nick changes are still important, need to check whether they are still logged...04:50
Action: wtest testing logging04:51
Action: bartbes agrees04:51
zearI was wondering. I can agree nicks are important, but what if the logs would color the logs depending on who said what04:52
zeareach nick currently on channel would be assigned a different color04:52
zearthat way the logs would be anonymous, but one could still distinguish different persons in discussions04:53
bartbesbut why the anonimity?04:53
wtestthe nick change is not logged anymore, the actions are04:53
wtestI think we can get rid of nick changes too04:53
wtestmost of the time it's just things like04:53
bartbesin my example, if I wanted to know what wolfspraul said, I need to know it's him04:53
zearbartbes, because say something inappropriate and it will be saved for ever by google ;)04:54
bartbesthen don't say anything inappropriate04:54
bartbes(using this name)04:54
zearyea, but i use this name on other channel in freenode04:54
wspraul_awaybartbes: yeah but irc is not attempting any real authentication04:54
zeari'd have to use a different irc client to have a different nick just for this channel04:54
wsprauldoes anybody feel 'nick changes' need to be logged?04:54
bartbesI know04:55
wspraulcause they are not with the latest settings...04:55
bartbesmaking the solution simple04:55
wspraulI can live without them04:55
bartbesdo not say inappropriate things04:55
wspraulactions are logged04:55
zearbartbes, you don't know what will be inappropriate after years04:56
zearmaybe you will say something like "I hate microsoft products" and in 5 years you will be trying to get a job at redmond04:57
zearand then they will google your nick and find out about your hatred towards ms ;)04:57
bartbesbartbes: heh04:58
bartbesdid I just direct that at myself?04:58
bartbeszear: heh, I have that04:58
bartbesbut think about this: http://www.qdb.us/30242904:58
bartbeszear: btw, I'm pretty sure they'll 'bing' my nick04:58
zeari remember reading somewhere that most of ms employees use google04:59
zeartheir programmers also work on linux machines04:59
wspraullogging without 'nick changes' - OK?05:00
bartbesyeah sure, why not05:00
wspraulI see no value in tracking nick changes, most of them are just _away changes05:00
wsprauland nicknames on irc are freely chosen and have little/zero authentication value anyway05:01
bartbesI have nick enforcement05:01
zear<paranoia on>and _away changes can give the informations about hours when you start/end your work, or when you're not at home</paranoia off>05:01
wspraulok, unless someone says they want nick changes in the logs, they are gone05:01
wspraulzear: yes, but we can also think about the positive value. Is there any positive value? if no, why log. it's just junk.05:02
wspraulmost of what I see is people changing their nick to _away and back later.05:02
wspraulno need to log that05:02
bartbeszear: somehow I think you don't even need to switch the paranoia on05:02
wpwrakwolfspraul: btw, what would you think of me checking the scan stuff into a git on projects.qi-hw ? (tomorrow or so) not sure how git likes large binaries. i think it should be fine, but i've never tried it. size is around 90 MB now, but growing. should be ~500 MB in the end.05:03
zeari'm not paranoic, it is a fact that google caches it05:03
zearand i don't want to give informations about myself so easily05:03
zearit's not that i'm scared about being spied by someone, it's just that i don't want to give all that information05:04
wpwrakzear: if you want to hide your comings and goings, just don't /n *away ? :)05:04
wspraulwpwrak: yeah totally, git is good let's try05:04
zeari never do ;)05:04
zearwpwrak, and that about _away was a joke anyway ;P05:04
wolfspraulzear: your point about the IP addresses being logged was very good, I'm seriously happy you brought it up05:05
wolfspraulsomeone could do all sorts of profiling, and I think none of use would want that05:05
wpwrakwspraul: kewl. i might even be able to link directly to the files, avoiding the copies on my server (with an ancient and small disk)05:06
wolfspraulthere is enough data already everywhere, no need to create more and more05:06
wolfspraulwpwrak: should we create a separate project?05:06
bartbeshmm, what are you guys doing?05:06
wpwrakwolfspraul: (project) yes, i think i should do that05:06
wpwrakwolfspraul: but first, i have to get a bunch of new and (hopefully) improved idbgs to work ...05:07
wolfspraulwpwrak: project creation is not automated, I need to do it for you05:08
wolfsprauldo you have an account on projects?05:08
wolfspraulI need 2 things: your account name (wpwrak?) and what name you want for the project05:08
wpwrakwolfspraul: account: werner, project name: how about keeping the not entirely accurate but reasonably self-explanatory "Ben NanoNote Case Scans" ? short name perhaps ben-scans or ben-case-scans05:11
kyakguys, this is a good point indeed, but IRC never assumed privacy. That's why bnc's found a great use and host cloaking05:11
wpwrak(not entirely accurate) because the scans also include items that are not really part of the case, such as the PCBs05:11
kyakkyak [~kyak@unaffiliated/kyak]05:11
wpwrakthe main privacy concern is linking odd statements to well-known identities anyway. i mean, after a while, it's pretty clear who you are in real life :) but yes, you can defeat the stray google search05:12
wolfspraulben-scans is good, the shorter the better05:15
qi-bot[commit] Xiangfu Liu: convert all icon to 32x32, add one termnial apps icon http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-xburst/a3542cd05:15
qi-bot[commit] Xiangfu Liu: convert all icon to 32x32, add one terminal apps icon http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-xburst/448990f05:16
bartbesagain? :P05:16
xiangfubartbes, there is a typo "termnial" --> "terminal" :P05:17
bartbesso ehm, how did you fix it, --amend?05:17
wolfspraulxiangfu: did you get an error when you did 'git push'?05:17
xiangfubartbes, yes05:17
xiangfuwolfspraul, no05:17
bartbeswell, normally you should amend before you push though05:18
xiangfuwolfspraul, wait. there is one: "error: hooks/post-receive exited with error code 1"05:18
bartbesnow we all got to see your type anyway05:18
Action: bartbes fears SuperLinda05:18
xiangfubartbes, yes.05:19
SuperLindadoes any one know how to connect devices to the nanonote05:19
wpwrakwolfspraul: (short names) yup :) i might also try to simplify the file names a little. e.g., the draft-1mm isn't so pretty.05:19
SuperLindahow do you do you do it05:20
wolfspraulwpwrak: did you know that indefero supports both git & svn? do you want git or do you feel you have no choice?05:20
SuperLindaI could not use lsusb05:21
wolfspraulI'm slightly leaning towards git because it receives more love (commit logs etc), but if you are happier with svn we get that to work as well...05:21
SuperLindaso does anyone know how to mount devices05:22
wpwrakwolfspraul: whichever has a repository-to-web gateway that gives nice mime types, so that i can link to :)05:23
xiangfuSuperLinda, there is one way: "sudo sshfs root@ /mnt"05:23
wolfspraullet's do git then05:23
SuperLindathanks I will try this now05:24
xiangfuSuperLinda, http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/Ethernet_over_USB#Transfer_files05:24
SuperLindathanks xiangfu, I will look at this as well05:25
xiangfuSuperLinda, you are welcome. :)05:26
wolfspraulwpwrak: if anything doesn't work, let me know05:26
wpwrakwolfspraul: thanks ! i'll get to it once the idbgs are up.05:27
wolfspraulwpwrak: if you want shorter URLs you can use http://qi-hw.com/p/ben-scans/ ...05:28
wolfspraulI'm pretty sure we keep this second domain stable since we use it also for the commit log URLs05:29
SuperLindahey, do any of you guys use another browser other than lynx05:29
SuperLindaand like connecting a linux pc as host to Ben, is there a way to connect a phone directly as a modem05:30
wolfspraulxiangfu: I am trying to understand why unclouded (Neil Stockbridge) got a script error earlier when he pushed into git05:33
wolfspraulif you see any error when pushing, let me know05:33
wolfspraulunclouded did 2 commits it seems, I don't fully understand why http://projects.qi-hardware.com/index.php/p/openwrt-packages/source/changes/master/05:33
wolfspraulhe got "error: hooks/post-receive exited with error code 1"05:34
xiangfuwolfspraul, me too.05:35
xiangfuwolfspraul,  17:18 wait. there is one: "error: hooks/post-receive exited with error code 1"05:36
wolfspraulyou got that error too?05:36
xiangfuwolfspraul, yes.05:36
wpwrakwolfspraul: (short url) oh, nice ! the less redundancy, the better :)05:36
wolfspraulxiangfu: ok I'll try to reproduce it then.05:36
bartbesSuperLinda: well, it doesn't have USB host mode05:39
bartbesso I guess you'd need to create some serial connections manually, then get some drivers, do some more hard work, etc05:40
bartbesthough I believe there were some working wifi cards05:40
SuperLindaBartbes: well what if my phone does have usb host mode?05:42
bartbeswell, in that case you'd need to mimic the setup you do on your comp on your phone05:43
SuperLindaand would installing debian be good for doing this?05:43
SuperLindaI see05:44
SuperLindahey... a little sidenote... I have tried to set the password, using passwd05:45
SuperLindabut when i reboot it does not remember this05:45
bartbesthat's weird05:47
bartbesI never had that..05:47
bartbesmaybe some of the other guys here now05:47
SuperLindahave you upgraded to the latest os05:47
SuperLindaand when you boot openwrt, does it boot with root at start?05:48
bartbesI am root, yes05:49
bartbesis there a way to check which version you are running?05:49
SuperLindaXiangfu: are you able to set a static root password?05:50
bartbesright, and what is the newest one?05:51
xiangfuSuperLinda, yes. I also use "passwd" to set password. if your rootfs mount as Read Only.05:51
xiangfubartbes, "2010-06-15"05:51
bartbesI have that05:51
SuperLindaXianfu: what do you mean by "if your rootfs mount as Read Only.05:53
xiangfubartbes, I am plan to  add commit number to the /etc/VERSION.05:53
bartbesSuperLinda: type mount05:53
xiangfulike "2010-06-15  #commit d795fb"05:53
bartbesthe first line should be something like "ubi0:rootfs on / type ubifs (rw,relatime)05:54
bartbesnotice the rw, meaning read/write, if it says ro, then your fs is mounted read-only05:54
SuperLindathe first line I get is: rootfs on / type rootfs (rw)05:57
SuperLindathen the next line is :ubi0:rootfs on / type ubifs (rw,relatime)05:57
bartbesI might've had some minor scrolling :P05:58
bartbeswell, that sounds right05:58
SuperLindaok cool05:58
SuperLindathen I wonder why I boot into root automatically with no request for a password05:59
bartbesyou wonder *that*05:59
bartbesbecause a login prompt is never started, it's that easy05:59
wolfspraulxiangfu: you got that script error when you did git push?06:00
wolfspraulon the console, in Linux?06:00
xiangfuwolfspraul, yes.06:01
bartbesSuperLinda: actually I don't think there's a login prompt installed06:01
wolfspraulok thx06:01
wolfspraulok I think the irclogs are much cleaner now http://en.qi-hardware.com/irclogs/06:05
wolfspraulno more join & part messages, no more IP addresses, no more netsplits and what not administrative stuff06:06
wolfspraulonly public messages and actions06:06
wolfspraulI also purged the entire irclog archives so it's all consistant past and present06:06
xiangfugreat. :)06:07
bartbes(actually, it makes sense for actions to be treated as public messages, because they are)06:09
bartbes(an action message is a normal public message with a CTCP command)06:10
qi-bot[commit] kyak: sound now works in freedroid, but only after enabling swap (takes quite http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/1ad8df006:21
kyakbtw, i confirm error: hooks/post-receive exited with error code 1 :)06:22
SuperLindahey do you know how to make the password stick, when setting the password with passwd?06:22
SuperLindais anyone here?06:23
xiangfuSuperLinda, just input passwd twice. follow the `passwd` tips.06:24
bartbesthey stick06:24
bartbesyou simply never have to log in06:24
bartbesas I said06:24
bartbesxiangfu: ehm, how do I quit joe? :P06:25
SuperLindaOk Xiang let me try06:25
SuperLindaXiangfu I have tried this and it still does not work06:26
bartbesSuperLinda: but when do you expect a password prompt?06:26
SuperLindaI mean it accepts the password, but it does not request the password at boot06:26
xiangfubartbes, Ctrl + C.06:28
xiangfubartbes, for save file "Ctrl + K, D"06:28
bartbesfound it06:28
bartbesI think I died ctrl+x though06:28
bartbesmust've missed the button ;)06:29
bartbesSuperLinda: because it can't06:29
xiangfuSuperLinda, oh. you want the system stop at login prompt. wait for username and password.06:29
bartbesthere is *no* program installed that prompts you06:29
bartbesor, that boots anyway06:29
bartbesbut I doubt it is installed06:29
bartbesI told you that before (or I tried to)06:29
SuperLindaOk Xiangfu: so there is no use in setting a root password?06:30
bartbeswhen you ssh06:30
xiangfubartbes, "Ctrl + K, H" for help, :) just fyi.06:36
bartbesit's not like I'm going to use joe anyway06:37
bartbesI used to use nano06:37
bartbesbut I switched to vim06:37
SuperLindanoticing that openwrt uses ikpg packages has anyone converted any other browsers to use for wrt06:45
SuperLindamaybe a project in the works06:45
bartbesI think the wiki says someone is working on links206:50
SuperLindahmmm let me look that up06:53
wolfspraulzear: I finished the irclogs cleanup06:57
zearwolfspraul, looks great, thanks06:57
wolfspraulnah thank you for highlighting the issue06:57
wolfspraullet's try like this for a while...06:58
Jan0Can anyone help me?09:22
Jan0can anyone help me here?09:24
Jan0i have some questions about hardware09:24
xiangfuJan0, what is the question?09:26
bartbesI'd appreciate it if you didn't start a private message but talk in here, Jan009:28
bartbesit's not like I didn't already have 16 tabs open09:29
bartbesxiangfu: so does joe still drop you to a terminal?09:30
xiangfubartbes, I am test the guile Makefile file now. will check the emails and test after test and commit guile. :)09:31
bartbesit's not like there's a solution09:31
bartbesmore like09:31
bartbes"works for me" ;)09:31
qi-bot#qi-hardware-test [commit] Xiangfu Liu: [links] move to Web submenu http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/5efb57309:38
qi-bot#qi-hardware-test [commit] Xiangfu Liu: [guile] fix compile error by John Moore http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/5492fb209:38
xiangfubartbes, I modify the "joe" shorcut to yours. but still not work. :(09:41
bartbesthat's weird..09:44
bartbessame for other applications?09:44
bartbesand, it does work if you start gmu for example?09:45
xiangfubartbes, gmu, dgclock works fine.09:45
xiangfuonly the terminal apps09:45
bartbesand, what is that illustrious wrapper?09:46
rafalarsc: you there?09:50
larscrafa: yes09:56
rafalarsc: Hi. I am trying to boot jlime from NAND. I am at kernel menuconfig.. if I read qi config I read :09:57
bartbesxiangfu: do you know how the file browser in gmenu2x works?09:57
rafabut I do not find those options in device drivers -> MTD -> mtd partition support09:57
xiangfubartbes, don't know. I never make it work.09:58
bartbesit sucks09:58
bartbesbecause that'd make linking easy09:59
xiangfubartbes, we are think add more terminal apps to gmenu2x "applications" section.10:00
xiangfubartbes, then people can easy run terminal apps.10:00
bartbesthat'd be nice10:00
bartbesmaybe even an option to drop to a terminal10:01
xiangfubartbes, yes. there is "fbterm"10:02
xiangfubartbes, I already added it. but not make it work. just like other terminal apps.10:02
bartbeswow, Jan0 had an amazing question10:17
wolfspraulxiangfu: I cleaned up the git commit log scripts a bit more, although I could not reproduce the problem and I don't think I changed anything significant.11:06
wolfspraulso next time you commit - watch any unusual messages. I have a bit more logging turned on on the server now.11:07
xiangfuwolfspraul, ok.11:07
wolfspraulyou just committed a few things - did you get an error there?11:08
wolfspraul(it went into my test setup though, that's why it didn't show up here...)11:08
xiangfuwolfspraul, there is an error , same as before.11:09
wolfsprauldon't know why I can't reproduce them11:10
wolfspraulI'm going through the full procedure, only with a test project11:11
wolfspraulok we will find the problem... I will just commit into openwrt-packages tomorrow, maybe I see it then11:12
bartbesyes, write a nice package Makefile :P11:13
bartbes(just to be clear, this is a joke)11:13
wolfspraulwhy not, I need to speed up. only that I dont' want to delay tracking down and fixing this particular little thing...11:14
wolfspraulso I'll just commit a test makefile, then delete it again. just want to get rid of this error quickly...11:14
xiangfuwolfspraul, I have fix some typo not commit to openwrt-packge.git. I can commit it now.11:15
wolfspraulyeah but you will probably just see the bug again11:15
wolfsprauljust try11:15
wolfspraulI'm too tired now to put more loggin in11:15
wolfspraulthe bug may even be in the git script, not our commitlog/irc part11:16
Action: bartbes sends wolfspraul a pillow11:16
qi-bot[commit] Xiangfu Liu: [fbgrab] fix typo http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/819508f11:16
wolfspraulthere is the commit :-)11:17
xiangfuTotal 4 (delta 2), reused 0 (delta 0)11:17
xiangfuerror: hooks/post-receive exited with error code 111:17
xiangfuTo git@projects.qi-hardware.com:openwrt-packages.git11:17
xiangfu   5492fb2..819508f  master -> master11:17
wolfspraulI can imagine11:17
wolfspraulI'll look into this tomorrow, it doesn't happen in my test project even though I go through the exact same scripts11:18
wolfsprauln8 everybody11:19
bartbesnight wolfspraul11:20
qi-bot[commit] David Kühling: a new joe package that includes all the emulation modes for Emacs, Pico etc. http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/8cd0be911:24
qi-bot[commit] David Kühling: Merge branch 'master' of projects.qi-hardware.com:openwrt-packages http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/eef6ed811:24
bartbesback already?11:26
larscrafa: i think you can ignore those entries11:42
qi-bot[commit] Mirko Vogt: NanoMap: adjust Makefile to use the new and more generic way of handling projects using qmake, remove BROKEN flag http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/b73cede12:01
qi-bot[commit] Mirko Vogt: NanoMap: update to latest git revision http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/9e1334412:07
mirkofinally this qt-stuff is going to be work smooth... :)12:29
bartbesthat's so cute ;)12:54
Action: kristianpaul running fastgps12:54
mirkobartbes: i think they just pronounce it "cute" because of so many possible wordplays...13:33
bartbesthey probably do13:33
viricI wonder... all the kernel code needed for the nanonote is already upstream in any release?15:19
viric2.6.34.1, let's say?15:19
larscit's going to be in 2.6.3615:22
larscmost of it15:22
larscthe udc driver and the lcd panel driver won't be in it, cause they need some more cleanup15:24
viricAbout the nanonote I have...15:25
viricWhen I write the nand, it has troubles writing the 0-1023 blocks (those of uboot)15:25
viricnanddump also fails there15:25
viricalso usbboot15:25
viricIs that a common phenomena?15:25
viric# nanddump /dev/mtd0 > /dev/null15:26
viricECC failed: 8215:26
viricECC corrected: 015:26
viricwriting the sectors does not help.15:28
viricit fails every 0x0100015:33
viric0x000000, 0x010000, 0x020000, ... until 0x07000015:33
viricfor the detail of nanddump: http://qi.pastebin.com/SmvzFyCg15:36
larscand you say you can't even access through usbboot?15:36
viricI can access it15:36
viricbut it complains the same way when writing15:36
viricDo you want a pastebin of that?15:36
viricI'm using the latest xburst-tools built yesterday15:36
viricIt went the same way through the back usbboot button or through u_key+power_key15:37
wpwrakwolfspraul: hmm, don't you want to submit sharism's (or qi-hw's ?) USB vendor ID to http://www.linux-usb.org/usb-ids.html ?22:17
wolfspraulyeah we should22:17
wpwrakwolfspraul: as an added benefit, I could then pick up the official name of the entry and use it in my #defined in the idbg-ben firmware ;-)22:18
wpwrak#defineS even22:18
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