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<sven> huh, that looks like it tries to call typec_enter twice
<sven> I thought that couldn’t happen ::
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<_jannau_> I don't think I've seen .enter being called more than once. .vdm is called multiple times
<sven> hmm.. that makes more sense
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<eiln> for dt are we doing name_dart or dart_name
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<marcan> eiln: looks like name_dart, except dart_sio slipped in
<marcan> (I don't care as long as we're consistent, looks like name_dart wins here)
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<marcan> sent a fixup patch
<marcan> also sent out the DART suspend/resume patch, in preparation for the t8110 series (because it comes first in git)
<thasti> any chance we can get CONFIG_PKCS8_PRIVATE_KEY_PARSER enabled in future kernel releases? I fail to connect to eduroam (wpa enterprise network) since iwd can't read private keys without the pkcs8_key_parser module..
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<marcan> is *that* why wpa-enterprise fails?
<marcan> seriously? I thought it was something between iwd and the wifi driver...
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<marcan> it's been in my back burner forever. sigh.
<marcan> thanks for figuring that out.
<thasti> :)
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<thasti> neither networkmanager nor iwd are very explicit with their error messages, so that turned out to be quite the rabbit hole...
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<marcan> povik, sven, ChaosPrincess, jannau: FYI, I fixed a bunch of kernel test robot nits in audio, atc, fpwm, and spi-hid stuff because I was getting tired of the endless emails :p
<marcan> it got squashed in the rebase though, but you might want to know
<sven> i think i already fixed the atc ones in my current wip branch
<marcan> cool
<sven> (and introduce a new one in the typec mess \o/)
<sven> +d
<marcan> lol
<thasti> on a different note: for another (unencrypted) network, I'm getting 'brcmf_set_key_mgmt: invalid akm suite (1027090)' + 'brcmf_cfg80211_connect: wl_set_key_mgmt failed (-22)'
<maz> marcan: thanks for having had a look at the IPI stuff.
<sven> atcphc-20221130 fwiw, you'll need that one once the dwc3 race fix hits mainline
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<marcan> maz: it wasn't a very close look, but then again it's just moving code as far as I can tell
<sven> (except for the top commit, that's the typec mess)
<marcan> only "regression" is the IPIs get sent once by one instead of potentially several at once for pre-fastipi SoCs, but whatever
<maz> marcan: yeah, it only took 15 revisions to get there...
<sven> :D
<marcan> glad I'm not the only one suffering the pain :p
<marcan> sven: should I pull that now? or wait until the race fix?
<sven> that branch contains the race fix fwiw
<marcan> ah, cool
<sven> so, uh, whatever you prefer :)
<maz> marcan: I'm not too worried about the single-IPI behaviour. if you trace them, you'll see that multi-target IPIs are super rare.
<marcan> sven: I mean, is it stable material or needs more testing?
<marcan> I want to push out a stable release, like, tomorrow or so with what we've fixed since the other week
<marcan> maz: yeah, I figured as much
<sven> without the typec commit it just needs some smoke testing on everything that's not a t8103
<marcan> cool
<marcan> I'll roll it in
<sven> the changes are really that dwc3 race fix + trickle down crap to atcphy from that
<sven> and preparing it for the typec subsytem altmode stuff
<sven> so it should fix the quick plug/unplug issue and work the same otherwise
<_jannau_> the dwc3 race fix works without issues on t600x, running it since last week
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<marcan> sven: do I need that svid thing in all the instances?
<sven> that's for displayport and usb4/thunderbolt
<sven> if you drop the typec commit it's unused
<marcan> ah, cool
<marcan> I dropped the last 2 commits (assume both are unnecessary)
<_jannau_> yes
<sven> yup
<sven> there's apparently this weird setup where some typec ports have a mux for usb2/3 and another mux for dp-altmode or something
<sven> so it uses that svid thing to route the mux_set to the correct mux
<sven> don't ask me how that works though :D
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<povik> marcan: thanks!
<marcan> thasti: that ciphersuite is unsupported in the driver. I can try to add it (apparently it's in bcmdhd, no idea if the firwmare supports it but I'm guessing yes?)
<marcan> this is WPA3 I assume?
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<marcan> thasti: looks like that's a FT-FILS cipher suite, but the driver doesn't support FILS at all
<marcan> yet another case of "broadcom doesn't care about the linux driver"
<marcan> I could probably implement it if I had a way of testing it but...
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<marcan> thasti: kernel in asahi-dev should have that PKCS8 option enabled now
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<marcan> (and also the atcphy updates/etc)
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<thasti> marcan: thanks, I confirm WPA3 works fine now!
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<thasti> WPA enterprise*
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<ChaosPrincess> Is there a list somewhere of everything that can he hardware en/decoded on m1 series? Googling results in conflicting info
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<_jannau__> I guess one has to query videotoolbox in macos to be sure. h.265, h264, vp9 (probably decode only), mpeg4 part2 and mpeg2 where supported on ios devices (probably decode only as well)
<_jannau__> and prores on t600x and m2
<ChaosPrincess> Ty
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<_jannau__> and prores is separate of avd/ave
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<chadmed_> could you coax the jpeg block to do mjpeg :P
<_jannau__> h.263 (decode) as well. yes, you could use the hw jpeg block for m-jpeg
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<marcan> chadmed: mjpeg is just jpeg
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<Foxboron> marcan: do you want upstream mkinitcpio to pick https://github.com/AsahiLinux/mkinitcpio/commit/0e54169d37485a0298535d9ac53055950e1d1382 from asahi?
<Foxboron> less downstream for you to carry
<marcan> I think we stopped carrying that, it was a bugfix but didn't actually break us, but yes, it should probably go upstream anyway
<Foxboron> Hmm, is there a list of downstream stuff asahi needs atm or is all good?
<marcan> I don't think we have anything for arch at the moment?
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<Foxboron> Nice :) Thanks!
<_jannau_> Foxboron: we don't have a mkinitcpio package atm, we got rid of our build witht the update to 33 and using the alarm one
<Foxboron> _jannau_: ahh, glad to hear that. Hopefully it will be easier to upstream/request features with a bit more active development :)
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<sven> jannau: can you log all dp sid changes when you see that warn? i can't reproduce it with my screens here
<sven> but I suspect that yours either first negotiates 2-lane dp and then changes pin configuration or that yours is just a bit slow and it only looks like it renegotiates the configuration
<sven> either way i'll probably have to actually implement a better fake dp altmode state machine *sigh*
<sven> that typec subsystem is kind meant for the situation where you there's more control over the VDOs actually sent while this tps chip does all that automatically
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<sven> I think I even added a tracepoints for DP sid changes
<sven> -s
<marcan> sven: Linux subsystems with poor abstractions? color me shocked :p
<sven> yeah.. it was written for some typec controller called tcpm where Linux has to do everything afaict
<sven> then there’s ucsi which already implemented a fake DisplayPort state machine that I more or less copied :D
<sven> it’ll also fail in funny ways when there are two altmodes like tbt and DP at the same time
<sven> so still lots of fun left!
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<Cyrinux> Hi, marcan, can you enable as module PKCS8_PRIVATE_KEY_PARSER by default in kernel? It's commonly use to WPA auth over tls. For both standard and edge. It's like this in Linux and Linux--lts.Thank for your work. :)
<j`ey> Cyrinux: he already did that this morning!
<jannau> Cyrinux: 12:26 < marcan> thasti: kernel in asahi-dev should have that PKCS8 option enabled now
<Cyrinux> Oh nice, thank for the quick reply.
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<sven> huh, for some reason configure becomes 0x4 for a moment
<sven> that sounds broken
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