Re: Measure boot time using ttyUSBx on host mach?

2010-11-25 Thread Phil Vandry
On Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 08:01:39AM +0530, Ranjit Pillai wrote: Can access uboot using ttyACM* but would love to have an output like http://lists.openmoko.org/nabble.html#nabble-td4204941 with ttyUSBx on host mach using terminal program like neocon/picocom. Is it really possible to have ttyUSB

Freerunner's contribution to /dev/random entropy

2010-12-28 Thread Phil Vandry
Hello all happy holidays, With the recent thread that mentions the noisiness of the accelerometers, I was reminded that the Freerunner has lots of sensors that are capable of being good sources of entropy for Linux's random number generator, especially with the Nav board installed. The

Re: QI kernel parameters

2011-01-02 Thread Phil Vandry
On Sun, Jan 02, 2011 at 05:43:36PM +0100, Ed Kapitein wrote: I have a hard time with an SD card that will give errors whne running fsck, even right after an fresh mke2fs. I have one of those too :-( The problem follows the μSD card, not the Freerunner. Any other idea on how to supply kernel

Re: QI kernel parameters

2011-01-03 Thread Phil Vandry
On Sun, 02 Jan 2011 21:26:08 +0100 Ed Kapitein e...@kapitein.org wrote: Anyway, i tried it, and i end up with: neo qi # make mkdir -p image ld: cannot open linker script file src/cpu//qi.lds: No such file or directory Sorry, I didn't (re-)read the instructions in the README file before

Re: Freerunner as a mobile gateway - shipping container

2011-05-23 Thread Phil Vandry
On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 03:19:16PM +0200, Eric Smith wrote: Main application here is in a sea shipping container. The key issues are RF communication (when in a GSM range of course) and power management due to the long haul journey including journey overland. Power supply has to be in the

A-GPS (was Re: Freerunner as a mobile gateway - shipping container)

2011-06-06 Thread Phil Vandry
On 2011-05-24 08:42, Ed Kapitein wrote: You could overcome the TTFF problem by using the agps software from [1] It loads the needed data from the gps chip and uses that the next time you power on the gps unit. I usually get a fix in 2 minutes. Hi Ed, For some reason I thought the Antaris chip

GTA02 fails to charge

2011-09-27 Thread Phil Vandry
I have 2 GTA02v6 Freerunners which don't charge their batteries anymore. The symptoms on both are the same, but it started happening on both phones in different locations and times. The battery state is Charging whether the phone is plugged in to a computer or wall charger, but the battery

Re: GTA02 fails to charge

2011-09-30 Thread Phil Vandry
On 2011-09-28 05:22, Ivan Matveev wrote: On Tue, 27 Sep 2011 14:46:11 -0400 Phil Vandryvan...@tzone.org wrote: I have 2 GTA02v6 Freerunners which don't charge their batteries anymore. The symptoms on both are the same, but it started happening on both phones in different locations and times.

f2fs on GTA02

2012-12-06 Thread Phil Vandry
Hello Freerunner users, I am interested in using the new f2fs filesystem created by Kim Jaegeuk at Samsung on the µSD cards of a bunch of GTA02s. Right now it's undergoing testing in linux-next and there are several fresh discussion threads about it on lkml. I intend to wait until the code

Re: f2fs on GTA02

2012-12-06 Thread Phil Vandry
On 2012-12-06 16:35, Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote: 3. develop 3.7/3.8 for GTA04 - the newest complete kernel is 3.5 and someone has recently posted first success on a 3.6 kernel with device tree. Oh, very true, very true :-) But we also have a lot of GTA02 already deployed and I would

Re: f2fs on GTA02

2012-12-06 Thread Phil Vandry
From f50b49a4c40a02882eff1455600ddda571814e56 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Phil Vandry van...@tzone.org Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2012 22:05:51 -0500 Subject: backport f2fs to kernel 2.6.34 --- fs/f2fs/acl.c | 61 -- fs/f2fs/acl.h |2 +- fs/f2fs/data.c|4

Re: f2fs on GTA02

2012-12-11 Thread Phil Vandry
On 2012-12-11 02:19, Martin Jansa wrote: 3.2 kernel works pretty good https://github.com/shr-distribution/linux/tree/om-gta02/3.2/master there are branches also for 3.5 and GNUtoo is working on it. Oh, wow. That means that the wiki page http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Kernel is way behind.

Re: f2fs on GTA02

2012-12-11 Thread Phil Vandry
On 2012-12-11 13:40, Peter Viskup wrote: would be great to see how it performs. I would like to ask you to publish outcomes of your performance tests on the openmoko wiki [1] or here on the list. I found UBIFS an great filesystem for the OpenMoko Hi Peter, Please note that UBIFS, like jffs2,