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IRC Log for 2010-01-07

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  25. [14:38:02] <Crofton> anyone here familiar with the pinmux docs?
  26. [14:39:11] <chudson_> Crofton: do you mean the omap trm?
  27. [14:40:56] <chudson_> Crofton: in the OMAP3430_Datasheet.pdf, the padconf tables start on page 768 (if that helps)
  28. [14:41:26] <Crofton> I have the omap3530.pdf file
  29. [14:41:36] <Crofton> which has all the balls and there functions
  30. [14:41:47] <Crofton> but I thought the older versions had the register offsets?
  31. [14:42:01] <Crofton> I'm not seeing those in the one I download
  32. [14:42:19] <chudson_> The one I've been using has register offsets, but I can't find the ball names
  33. [14:42:26] <Crofton> although I think the tables may be better for finding what functions go to what balls
  34. [14:42:29] <Crofton> hmmm
  35. [14:42:57] <Crofton> weird
  36. [14:43:02] <Crofton> I have something called
  37. [14:43:14] <Crofton> OMAP3530/25 Applications processor
  38. [14:44:11] <chudson_> I remember when I was working with the Beagleboard (3530) it seemed much easier to get information on pinmux
  39. [14:44:34] <Crofton> yeah
  40. [14:44:42] <Crofton> I am looking at the new pinmux code
  41. [14:44:52] <Crofton> which seems to be an improvement
  42. [14:44:52] <chudson_> did you get ahold of the actual TI datasheet? (the one for the 3430 is 3450 pages long)
  43. [14:45:00] <chudson_> ahh I see
  44. [14:45:33] <Crofton> I have spruf98c.pdf
  45. [14:45:55] <Crofton> it is about 3K pages, but I thought the package specific stuff was in the smaller one
  46. [14:46:03] <Crofton> something weird is going on
  47. [14:51:07] <chudson_> ok the 3530 datasheet doesn't seem to have the right info
  48. [14:51:19] <chudson_> check out the technical reference manual here: http://focus.ti.com/general/docs/litabsmultiplefilelist.tsp?literatureNumber=spruf98d
  49. [14:51:43] <chudson_> nm that's the one you were already looking at
  50. [14:52:58] <Crofton> is it in the trm?
  51. [14:53:24] <chudson_> Crofton: the padconf table starts on page 833
  52. [14:53:34] <Crofton> urg
  53. [14:53:35] <Crofton> ok
  54. [14:53:48] <Crofton> maybe I forgot I had to look in both for info ....
  55. [14:54:45] <Crofton> I swear the reg offsets where in the older omap3530 file :)
  56. [14:54:49] <Crofton> thnaks for sorting me out
  57. [14:54:56] <chudson_> the last 3 digits of the physical address are the offset but you have to add 2 to address the high word (31:16)
  58. [14:55:17] <chudson_> if you can figure out how to get the ball numbers from there, please let me know =D
  59. [14:55:49] <Crofton> the omap3530.pdf file has the ball info
  60. [14:55:56] <Crofton> I think I can cross ref the two now
  61. [14:56:07] <Crofton> I should know more this afternoon
  62. [14:56:39] <Crofton> now it is time for my corporate exercise program
  63. [14:57:51] <chudson_> good stuff; have a good time
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  83. [17:18:11] <prpplague> morning people
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  91. [17:48:51] <nhg> prpplague: good morning
  92. [17:49:43] <prpplague> nhg: have fun on the high-5 this morning?
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  94. [18:10:47] <nhg> prpplague: Managed to avoid highways altogether...live close to work :)
  95. [18:11:12] <prpplague> nhg: ahh dandy
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  105. [19:37:55] * NishanthMenon watches http://www.mobilecrunch.com/2010/01/07/live-from-palms-ces-2010-press-event/
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  107. [19:47:13] <ojn> NishanthMenon: Doesn't seem to be all that exciting
  108. [19:47:16] <ojn> Just storage bumps?
  109. [19:47:49] <ojn> and non-GSM technologies. Boring.
  110. [19:48:27] <av500> it does not run iphone apps, lame
  111. [19:48:57] <NishanthMenon> no clue.. sounds interesting pre plus.. hmm verizon special.. wonder if http://www.mobilecrunch.com/2010/01/04/rumor-verizon-orders-400000-palm-handsets/ is what he is talking of ;)
  112. [19:49:51] <ojn> That's what, 3 days worth of sales for iPhone? :)
  113. [19:50:02] * NishanthMenon reads http://www.mobilecrunch.com/2010/01/06/att-to-launch-two-webos-devices-in-the-next-six-months/
  114. [19:50:05] <ojn> No, wait. A week and a half.
  115. [19:54:49] <prpplague> this is the one i am watching - http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2010/01/saygus-android-phone-video-calls/
  116. [19:54:59] <prpplague> i have a bid out on doing some bootloader work for it
  117. [19:55:32] <av500> ah
  118. [19:55:57] <av500> so ppl still believe in video calls....
  119. [19:57:16] <prpplague> av500: yea, one of the target markets is actually for hearing impaired, this way they can sign without having to use TT service
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  126. [20:42:57] <nhg> if only motorola would release a GSM droid in the US...
  127. [20:45:40] <mturquette> nhg: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2010/01/motorola-introduces-backflip/
  128. [20:45:53] <mturquette> not a droid, but still something.
  129. [20:46:10] <mturquette> not sure which processor inside.
  130. [20:48:07] <chudson_> if they gave the internal project name, it might be easier to tell
  131. [20:48:51] <ojn> The saygus phone is GSM too (since they explicitly mention EDGE). But it's marvell inside according to the link above
  132. [20:50:44] <prpplague> ojn: yea pxa310
  133. [20:51:24] <prpplague> ojn: http://www.saygus.com/vphone
  134. [20:55:21] <nhg> mturquette: thanks...didn't know about it.
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  136. [21:47:28] <zub> evening
  137. [21:48:43] <zub> I wonder what's the state of OpenGL drivers for Zoom2.
  138. [21:49:13] <zub> I have the TI/IMGTEC SDK... and with that I can run GLES stuff
  139. [21:49:30] <zub> but was anybohy here able to build the kernel drivers with recent kernel?
  140. [21:50:25] <zub> since last time I tried, I noticed there were some changes in OE (powervr-drivers/omap3-sgx-modules_1.4.14.2514.bb added)
  141. [21:53:44] <zub> but instead of the referenced file I have OMAP34xx_GFX_SDK_K2627_Zoom2_20090817.zip, which seems to contain something like what the recipe requests... grepping for version I see 1.4.14.2222.
  142. [21:53:49] * prpplague is now known as prpplague_afk
  143. [21:54:24] <zub> I wonder if anybody got it to work... if I can use that GFX_SDK
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  145. [22:08:04] <orbarron> zub: not sure if this helps.. but maemo project has GFX support that was tested on 2.6.31
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  151. [22:47:01] <prpplague> ho ho hum
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