Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread John Watlington
On Apr 25, 2009, at 1:06 AM, Albert Cahalan wrote: John Watlington writes: - The SD slot and USB ports may be powered in suspend This is just in case some SD cards or USB devices don't handle being suspended aggressively. We will support laptop wakeup on interrupt from any

Re: 3D engine uses in a no-nonsense GUI (was: XO Gen 1.5)

2009-04-25 Thread Albert Cahalan
Hal Murray writes: I've always thought of slide into view as annoying. I have to wait around for the thing I want to look at to finish dancing. Me too, which is why I specified fast and rapid. Animations commonly suffer from various problems: a. You really do have to wait, because the

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread Richard A. Smith
Additional changes from Gen 1 include the ability to both measure DC input current and VIN voltage, as well as EC control over the current drawn from the DC input. The intent was to better support charging directly from solar panels. I hope that this will be available to activities like

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread pgf
smith wrote: Additional changes from Gen 1 include the ability to both measure DC input current and VIN voltage, as well as EC control over the current drawn from the DC input. The intent was to better support charging directly from solar panels. I hope that this will be available

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread Benjamin M. Schwartz
Richard A. Smith wrote: Ideally updates could be frequent enough to pick up a waveform from an unrectified power supply. (spare audio channel?) Don't have much in the way of EC cycles available. Don't have much EC ram left to cache values either. I can make the readings available via EC

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread Nate Ridderman
Any chance of getting schematics and PCB files this time around? I doubt you renegotiated your contract with Quanta to allow for this, but it doesn't hurt to ask. Thanks, Nate On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 12:23 AM, John Watlington w...@laptop.org wrote: BTW, Gen 1.5 is the OLPC codename for the

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread Nate Ridderman
On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 10:05 AM, p...@laptop.org wrote: smith wrote: Additional changes from Gen 1 include the ability to both measure DC input current and VIN voltage, as well as EC control over the current drawn from the DC input. The intent was to better support charging

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread Richard A. Smith
p...@laptop.org wrote: i would think Measure would be more interested in (short-term) averages of voltage and current than in seeing power supply noise. (will an XO even run properly from an unrectified, or even unfiltered, supply?) Depends. For gen 1.5 we have opened up the front end

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread Richard A. Smith
Benjamin M. Schwartz wrote: Richard A. Smith wrote: That's not fast enough for much interesting signal processing, but it's more than fast enough to do power metering. Power metering while on external power is something I've specifically been hoping for. (So please consider adding this to

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread pgf
wad wrote: This is the current power distribution diagram for A-phase CL1B, identifying what we can power, when, and how. wad -- a few questions -- for some i can guess at the answer, but better to ask and be sure: - if there are no USB devices inserted, is there an advantage

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread James Cameron
Reviewed the diagram carefully. The only issue I spotted was that the +5VSUS line into the RTC charger comes from a yellow switching voltage regulator, despite the RTC charger coloured green. Either it has to come from somewhere else, or the RTC charger has to be yellow, or the switching

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread John Watlington
On Apr 25, 2009, at 7:29 PM, p...@laptop.org wrote: wad wrote: This is the current power distribution diagram for A-phase CL1B, identifying what we can power, when, and how. wad -- a few questions -- for some i can guess at the answer, but better to ask and be sure: - if there are

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread John Watlington
On Apr 25, 2009, at 10:09 PM, James Cameron wrote: Reviewed the diagram carefully. The only issue I spotted was that the +5VSUS line into the RTC charger comes from a yellow switching voltage regulator, despite the RTC charger coloured green. Either it has to come from somewhere else, or

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread Benjamin M. Schwartz
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 John Watlington wrote: Quick straw poll on how many people think it is useful enough have individual control over the power supplied to each connector to raise the cost of the laptop by $0.15 ? Turning off a single port to which nothing is

Re: CL1B power distribution

2009-04-25 Thread John Watlington
On Apr 26, 2009, at 12:40 AM, Benjamin M. Schwartz wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 John Watlington wrote: Quick straw poll on how many people think it is useful enough have individual control over the power supplied to each connector to raise the cost of the laptop

[Server-devel] Hoping for assistance with XS 0.5 configuration difficulties (ejabberd)

2009-04-25 Thread Daniel Bennett
Hi all, I am working on an unofficial 100 XO pilot project in Jimeta, Nigeria until the end of the month and I've run into a wall configuring the school server. I outlined it on IRC before bringing it here. Because of the time difference and inconsistent internet connection, email is probably a

Re: [Server-devel] Hoping for assistance with XS 0.5 configuration difficulties (ejabberd)

2009-04-25 Thread Holt
dbennett hi all, I'm working on a deployment in Nigeria this afternoon and we are having a tough time getting the XS jabber server web admin interface to work 16:05 dbennett we have managed to get it to prompt for a user/pass combo which seems to require u...@node.domain which in my

Re: [Server-devel] Hoping for assistance with XS 0.5 configuration difficulties (ejabberd)

2009-04-25 Thread Martin Langhoff
On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 5:57 PM, Daniel Bennett dant...@gmail.com wrote: I am working on an unofficial 100 XO pilot project in Jimeta, Nigeria until the end of the month and I've run into a wall configuring the school server. This list is the right place :-) which seems to require

[Server-devel] Fwd: Hoping for assistance with XS 0.5 configuration difficulties (ejabberd)

2009-04-25 Thread Daniel Bennett
I just sent this to Reuben. I have done some digging through the log file and haven't seen anything useful. Do I perhaps need to set the ejabberd.cfg file to 5:debug instead of 4:Verbose? i remember seeing something about that inside it. Unfortunately, we we haven't set up a GUI, web browser,

Re: [Server-devel] Hoping for assistance with XS 0.5 configuration difficulties (ejabberd)

2009-04-25 Thread Martin Langhoff
On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 7:17 PM, Daniel Bennett dant...@gmail.com wrote: I just sent this to Reuben.  I have done some digging through the log file and haven't seen anything useful.  Do I perhaps need to set the ejabberd.cfg file to 5:debug instead of 4:Verbose?  i remember seeing something

Re: [Server-devel] Fwd: Hoping for assistance with XS 0.5 configuration difficulties (ejabberd)

2009-04-25 Thread Reuben K. Caron
Daniel Bennett wrote: I just sent this to Reuben. I have done some digging through the log file and haven't seen anything useful. Do I perhaps need to set the ejabberd.cfg file to 5:debug instead of 4:Verbose? i remember seeing something about that inside it. Unfortunately, we we haven't

Re: [Server-devel] Server strategy Nauru

2009-04-25 Thread Daniel Drake
2009/4/24 david da...@leeming-consulting.com: Hello, I am in Nauru where they have an OLPC program. I need to give some general advice on the strategy for providing server access. I understand that version 0.5 can only work with 40-50 connected, registered XOs simultaneously (or is it the

Re: [Server-devel] Fwd: Hoping for assistance with XS 0.5 configuration difficulties (ejabberd)

2009-04-25 Thread Martin Langhoff
On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 7:23 PM, Reuben K. Caron reu...@laptop.org wrote: We just can't access the admin inteface at http://192.168.0.162:5280/admin, we keep getting 401 unauthorized), read every wiki page that sounded remotely relevant, etc. Where is this IP coming from? How are you changing

Re: [Server-devel] Hoping for assistance with XS 0.5 configuration difficulties (ejabberd)

2009-04-25 Thread Martin Langhoff
Let's keep the list in the loop. On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 7:51 PM, Daniel Bennett dant...@gmail.com wrote: Re-installing to the letter with one exception.  I'm checking the box to add the GNOME installation.  It should help us if we want to email anything in the future, etc. It will fail to

[Server-devel] Eth 1 swap issue 0.5

2009-04-25 Thread david
Martin et al, I am about to upgrade the Nauru 0.4 server overnight and want to know about any remaining issues with 0.5, remember there was an issue with having to swap the two Ethernet ports, when Eth0 is used for Internet and Eth1 for the APs? Or something? Does the latest version 0.5.2

[Server-devel] Filtering and authentication

2009-04-25 Thread david
Can anyone refer me to how to set up content filtering on the XS 0.5, or maybe the connection with the public Internet can be pointed to an online proxy service so the filtering is done online. This is a temporary request from the Nauru OLPC committee. They will be using a Content Keeper to

Re: [Server-devel] Filtering and authentication

2009-04-25 Thread Daniel Drake
2009/4/25 david da...@leeming-consulting.com: Can anyone refer me to how to set up content filtering on the XS 0.5, or maybe the connection with the public Internet can be pointed to an online proxy service so the filtering is done online. This is a temporary request from the Nauru OLPC