[Letux-kernel] New Letux Kernel releases

Josua Mayer josua.mayer at jm0.eu
Mon Jul 16 20:19:11 CEST 2018


Hi Nikolaus,

I finally got around to testing that 4.17.3+ build of yours and these
are the things I noticed:

modules.tgz has many files outside of /lib/modules
linux-image_*.deb has many files outside of /lib/modules and /boot
linux-image_*.deb does not contain the uImage

With the previous stable 4.16 as fetched by makesd I had occasional
unexpected shutdown after leaving the phone lying around idle while
attached to the charger. And every time the battery was empty afterwards :(
I haven't seen this on 4.17 yet after several hours so I guess that is a
good sign!

WiFi sometimes fails to authenticate (open network) and requires one
ifdown-ifup cycle:
[  411.405700] wlan0: authenticate with <censored>
[  411.418884] wlan0: send auth to <censored> (try 1/3)
[  411.555633] wlan0: send auth to <censored> (try 2/3)
[  411.705718] wlan0: send auth to <censored> (try 3/3)
[  411.815734] wlan0: authentication with <censored> timed out
then on next ifup after ifdown:
[  488.789276] wlan0: authenticate with <censored>
[  488.801879] wlan0: send auth to <censored> (try 1/3)
[  488.830963] wlan0: authenticated
[  488.835693] wlan0: associate with <censored> (try 1/3)
[  488.846221] wlan0: RX AssocResp from <censored> (capab=0x421 status=0
aid=1)
[  488.872192] wlcore: Association completed.
[  488.881774] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): wlan0: link becomes ready
[  488.889678] wlan0: associated
I also have seen this with 4.16 I believe.

I don't understand the output of the charger script:
Which battery is which, and why do they all have different charge levels?

TWL4030 Main Battery
volt: 3777mV
current: 918mA
fuel level: ca. 50%
temp: 27°C
type: 1mV <-- Is this a type? Really?

Battery /sys/class/power_supply/bq27000-battery
present: 1
technology: Li-ion
capacity: 10%
status: Charging

Battery /sys/class/power_supply/gta04-battery
present:
technology: Li-ion
capacity: 43%
status: Charging

And finally a little note on makesd running on stretch:
I noticed that /root is assigned the group dialout, which breaks ssh
.ssh/authorized_keys.
Also maybe not use http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian but rather
http://httpredir.debian.org/debian ?
Or maybe just ftp.debian.org - is that url load-balanced by dns?

Am 26.06.2018 um 15:16 schrieb H. Nikolaus Schaller:
> Hi,
> after it looks like we have really fixed the strcmp(NULL) bug,
> I finally could update the kernel trees and precompiled binaries.
>
> We have now:
> alpha:			4.18-rc2
> beta:			4.17.3
> latest/master/stable:	4.16.17
> oldstable:		4.14.51
>
> As usual you can access the sources or binaries through:
>
> 	http://projects.goldelico.com/p/gta04-kernel/
>
> Major changes to 4.17ff have been:
>
> * added simple xscreenshot tool
> * harmonized letux_defconfig and letux_udoo_defconfig
> * fixed Udoo neo accelerometer/gyro/magneto drivers and usb
> * added Udoo neo hdmi (not working)
> * properly rotate Pyra display by tvout script
> * bq2429x driver: rebased on top of now included original patches by Rokchip
> * bq2429x driver: include suspend/resume handling (start/stop scheduled worker)
> * bq2429x driver: removed public include file and reworked to use gpiod
> * bq2429x driver: added is_enabled for the OTG regulator
> * fixed Pyra V5.1 otg-enable gpios mixup with pyra-old-leds
> * fixed Pyra OTG power control (needs a V5.2 mainboard or a hardware fix for 5.1.3)
> * w2sg0004: remove unneeded #include for irq.h
> * added patches for Pandora keyboard FN support
> * fixed problems in pinctrl which did lead to strcmp(NULL) or missing modules
> * added the gab_probe fix
>
> I have not yet merged any of this into the "latest" kernel (except
> the gab_probe fix) because we have to test it on as many systems
> as possible. So please test 4.17.3 and/or 4.18-rc2 on:
>
> GTA04(A3/A4/A5)
> BeagleBoard(XM)
> BeagleBoneBlack
> OpenPandora
> Pyra
>
> and report any regressions.
>
> In addition, bug fixes and new features (e.g. a pyra_defconfig) for
> inclusion in alpha are welcome.
>
> BR and thanks,
> Nikolaus
>
>
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