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<schaeffer> just wanted to pop in and say the 6.3.y branch works great so far
<schaeffer> interested in the patches that got put on top of the upstream kernel (besides "make it hotter") but i'll do some looking there later
<steev> everything newer than the johan defconfig are various patches that are or were still in flight when johan pushed that I use here. if you have questions definitely ask (but there are links to the patchsets as well in the commit messages since someone told me about the -l option to b4 ;) )
<ajhalaney[m]> we should have never told steev about b4 -l :P
<steev> :D
<steev> erm
<steev> i have no idea what the hell b232680e6330 comes from... and apparently i wrote it back in april?
<steev> i'm like 90% positive that was from abelvesa, but no idea why i have attribution
<steev> i thought we'd have 6.4 rc1 yesterday/today but apparently not
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<jhovold> steev: 6.4-rc1 should be released next Sunday
<steev> this coming sunday or the sunday after?
<jhovold> this coming one, in si day
<jhovold> six days
<jhovold> the merge windows is supposed to be two weeks
<steev> aha
<robclark> leezu: re: external display, maybe ping abhinav/lumag in #freedreno or #linux-msm
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<calebccff> we finally have a testable proof of concept for proper sensor support on sdm845, this should apply as well to the c630 so we can get rotation support there too!
<calebccff> it just depends on how hard it is to extract the sensor registry from windows
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<init> anyone tried to build mesa on aarm64 lately? i get a segfault on LTO on the current mesa version but also on previous ones who used to build cleanly. There might have been an update to llvm or something i'm missing..
<HdkR> HEAD built fine here
<init> probably a problem on my side indeed
<init> since the version that uses to build dont anymore
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<agl7-x13s> steev: I did some speed tests with a 2.5 Gbit/s Ethernet <--> USB-C adapter after I noticed that the speeds over the USB-C ports are somehow quite slow. The 2.5 Gbps Ethernet adapter is connected with a CAT 7 cable to a 2.5 Gbps Ethernet port on my firewall. On the firewall I have a 6 GiB file stored on an SSD.Now when I use scp on Windows to fetch the 6 GiB file, the file is downloaded at 1443.7 Mbps.Now when I use scp on Windows to
<agl7-x13s> fetch the 6 GiB file, the file is downloaded at 1443.7 Mbps.
<agl7-x13s> Under Debian-Linux with kernel lenovo-x13s-6.3.y the 6 GiB file is only downloaded with 221,6 Mbps!
<agl7-x13s> Now when I use scp on Windows to fetch the 6 GiB file, the file is downloaded at 1443.7 Mbps.
<agl7-x13s> It seems the USB-C ports are set to USB 2.0 mode, or are there still problems with the drivers?
<steev> calebccff: oh that's awesome
<steev> agl7-x13s: i'm pretty sure HdkR has been complaining up a storm about usb speeds
<HdkR> Yea, USB is effectively unusable for anything beyond 40MB/s
<HdkR> Don't even need to use a NIC to test, just copy a file to an external storage device
<HdkR> Connect a display, keyboard, mouse, and power and don't use the ports for anything else
<agl7-x13s> HdkR: Hmm, I would like to have the Ethernet port on it though, in principle it does work, it's just a little slow (compared to Windows). When I access the ThinkPad X13s from outside with e.g. rustdesk, it works quite well.
<HdkR> I would also like an ethernet port on it
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<HdkR> Roughly every five minutes the my USB nic starts dropping a ton of packets as well. Not sure why this started happening
<HdkR> Might just be something that happens under load