<Ansuel_> merged the bpf dl fix
<Ansuel_> curious if it will actually fix the reproducible error
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<Mangix> cool
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<russell--> stintel: is sysupgrade supposed to work on the firebox m300?
<dwfreed> as long as you've already completed the 1.1 migration, I don't see why not
<russell--> which 1.1 migration
<f00b4r0> russell--: it does.
<dwfreed> sometime after support was originally introduced, stintel switched it to use FIT images
<russell--> Booting using the fdt blob at 0xfc0000
<russell--> Uncompressing Kernel Image ... OK
<russell--> ERROR: image is not a fdt - must RESET the board to recover.
<russell--> after sysupgrading -v -n with openwrt-qoriq-generic-watchguard_firebox-m300-squashfs-sysupgrade.img.gz
<russell--> (one i built from HEAD)
<f00b4r0> did you force upgrade?
<russell--> sysupgrade -v -n is all the options i used
<f00b4r0> odd then
<russell--> it was running an image i built on june 21
<russell--> i can recover by writing directly to the sdcard, i suppose
<f00b4r0> the FIT switch happened on june 14
<f00b4r0> but even then, sysupgrade should not have proceeded if you were running non-fit image
<stintel> did you setenv loadaddr 0x20000000 ?
<f00b4r0> oh i see
<f00b4r0> sysupgrade -n
<f00b4r0> yeah you likely upgraded from non-fit and did not update your uboot env
<f00b4r0> see https://git.openwrt.org/?p=openwrt/openwrt.git;a=commitdiff;h=c4b499bc03ab0e2eea643c46d1d781ab64e78931
<russell--> lol, june was a long time ago
<stintel> probably lacks a save command
<dwfreed> stintel: your instructions in the FIT change indeed lack an explicit 'saveenv' :)
<stintel> yep
<dwfreed> the instructions on the wiki are up-to-date, though: https://openwrt.org/toh/watchguard/firebox-m300
<f00b4r0> *nod*
<stintel> yeah the downside of putting instructions in commit message ... :)
<f00b4r0> :)
* russell-- pops open the box to recover from the sdcard
<stintel> no need
<f00b4r0> the sdcard isn't the problem
<stintel> run the u-boot commands in https://git.openwrt.org/?p=openwrt/openwrt.git;a=commitdiff;h=c4b499bc03ab0e2eea643c46d1d781ab64e78931 + saveenv + reset
<russell--> how do i get to a u-boot prompt? i'm looking at the u-boot menu.
<dwfreed> on boot failure you should get a prompt
<russell--> WatchGuard U-Boot 2014.07 - Apr 29 2015 15:27:09
<russell--> which of the four options should i choose to get the boot failure, sysa tries to boot my non-working image
<dwfreed> sysb would probably do it, since that's still going to try to load the watchguard firmware that obviously doesn't exist anymore
<russell--> i picked a different one, i have a u-boot prompt
<stintel> yes, you should select the other boot option
<stintel> that doesn't fail with a must RESET the board to recover
<dwfreed> stintel: I wonder if Watchguard will tell us what the uboot password is when they EOL the device
<stintel> :P
<dwfreed> probably not, since they probably use the same password on all their devices
<f00b4r0> 12345678? ;)
<dwfreed> hey, that's the combination on my luggage!
<f00b4r0> ;D
<russell--> MB-M300 => setenv OpenWrt_kernel watchguard_firebox-m300-fit-uImage.itb
<russell--> Unknown command 'setenv OpenWrt_kernel watchguard_firebox-m300-fit-uImage.itb' - try 'help'
<stintel> bad copy-paste ?
<stintel> try copying one line
<stintel> without the newline
<russell--> typing it manually seems to work, paste with or without newline doesn't for some reason
<stintel> + const char wg_pw_hash[] = { 0xe5, 0x97, 0x30, 0x1a, 0x1d, 0x89, 0xff, 0x3f, 0x6d, 0x31, 0x8d, 0xbf, 0x4d, 0xba, 0x0a, 0x5a, 0xbc, 0x5e, 0xcb, 0xea
<stintel> + sha1_csum((unsigned char *) console_buffer, wg_pw_len, (unsigned char *) wg_csum_output);
<stintel> + if (memcmp(wg_pw_hash, wg_csum_output, 20) == 0) {
<dwfreed> serial's probably hiding some characters
<f00b4r0> sha1? that's breakable is it not? ;)
<stintel> may be brute force-ble
<dwfreed> stintel: so raw sha1? ooh
<stintel> hmm, maybe not
<stintel> 20 characters ..
<dwfreed> is that what wg_pw_len is set to?
<f00b4r0> sounds like an awful lot
<stintel> wg_pw_len = cli_readline("password> ");
<stintel> :P
<dwfreed> the 20 is the length of the hash
<f00b4r0> ^
<dwfreed> not the password length
<dwfreed> sha1 is 20 bytes (160 bits)
<f00b4r0> i'm willing to bet it's 8 chars
<Namidairo> or some variation of vendor name
<russell--> i'm in
<russell--> thanks!
<oliv3r[m]> Hey guys, I'm a bit puzzled. So I have a SwitchChip, that has no embedded PHY, everything is remote via SerDes. I know I can query the PHY over SMI to get link status/speed information. However, the SoC also has a MAC and PHY prefix register space, that also gives link-status/speed information. I bet 1 of those 3 is the 'remote advertisement' (which is also something that SMI can tell us, autoneg). So how should I intepret all of this?
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<stintel> so the hex has should be e597301a1d89ff3f6d318dbf4dba0a5abc5ecbea if I'm not mistaken
<dwfreed> yes
<robimarko> oliv3r[m]: Is that RTL?
<oliv3r[m]> robimarko: it is :
<robimarko> Cause Marvell does something similar in their switches where you can have external PHY-s
<robimarko> They have an internal MDIO bus on the switch that you connect the PHY to and then you tell the switch the mapping
<robimarko> And its using C22 to read the link status
<stintel> doesn't look like it's available in one of the online databases
<mrkiko> neggles: thanks for the explanation
<oliv3r[m]> robimarko: so you are saying they are constantly sideband reading this information over the serdes, and just locally reflect things?
<robimarko> oliv3r[m]: That is the only thing I have seen so far
<oliv3r[m]> ok but then still, why can both a MAC and a PHY have a 'speed status'? I thought this was only for the PHY. Unless the MAC just represents whatever parameters are on the other side of the link
<robimarko> Why not?
<robimarko> There is a link between the MAC and PHY
<dwfreed> stintel: yeah, I checked a few different ones already, got nothing
<dwfreed> and searching the hash itself turns up nothing
<oliv3r[m]> but isn't that link some fast MII fixed speed?
<oliv3r[m]> I know for example that 10 vs 100 vs 1000 uses the same 125Mhz, but just fills the data bits with 0's
<oliv3r[m]> so then the MAC speed is not relevant/accurate?
<oliv3r[m]> also, what's the point of having a MAC at 10Mbit and a PHY at 1000Mbit? you'd get no functional link
<robimarko> Yes, but there are always MAC status bits
<robimarko> How would you know the MAC status otherwise
<oliv3r[m]> I understand there's status related to a MAC
<oliv3r[m]> but speed, duplex, link state; these are all status bits of the PHY; the MAC is a level higher
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<KGB-0> https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/openwrt/openwrt_sunxi.html has been updated. (0% images and 100.0% packages reproducible in our current test framework.)
<stintel> let's see if hashcat can find it :)
<stintel> doing brute force ascii 1-16 chars
<f00b4r0> can probably start at 4
<f00b4r0> :-)
<f00b4r0> save some cycles
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<stintel> well imagine they just did a 1-char password
<f00b4r0> imagine indeed :)
<robimarko> Its at least gonna be 1234
<f00b4r0> i doubt this would pass internal QC
<f00b4r0> my opinion as well ;)
<stintel> I need a faster GPU :P
<f00b4r0> i'm told cryptobros are dumping them by the dozen ;)
<robimarko> Oh yeah
<robimarko> A lot of "slightly" used GPUs on the market
<stintel> Speed.#1.........: 7846.7 MH/s (10.31ms) @ Accel:128 Loops:256 Thr:128 Vec:1
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<robimarko> stintel: Any luck?
<stintel> robimarko: ascii is *slow* :)
<stintel> still at 7-char strings
<robimarko> You just need a faster GPU
<robimarko> What GPU do you have anyway?
<stintel> rx 5700 xt
<stintel> nice weather, 20C :P
<robimarko> 4C with rain here
<robimarko> Expecting snow over the weekednd
<dhewg> I can see frozen puddles outside
<stintel> in Belgium it's ~2C
<stintel> gonna be cold tonight
<stintel> generating some rainbow tables for sha1 too atm :P
<robimarko> Ok, I am stupid
<robimarko> Been figthing with NVMEM cell to read out a fuse for 2 hours
<robimarko> I just couldnt get the expected value
<robimarko> And then I realized that 0x249 + 0x1 aint 0x250
<robimarko> Well, that was a nice start of the day
<stintel> :D
<dhewg> stintel: maybe try a dict attack with: for i in $(cat /usr/share/dict/words | egrep -i '^[abcdefszogli]{8}$' | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]' | tr 'szogli' '520911'); do echo 0x${i}; done
<robimarko> Yey, on 0x24a it works
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<Ansuel> any idea if ddimension and André Valentin are the same person ?
<robimarko> Yes
<Ansuel> i was merging the nbg7815 pr and i just notice that the name is not connected to the user
<robimarko> That should be the same eprson
<Ansuel> ok then no problem
<robimarko> The branch he is making a PR is from ddimension/openwrt so I guess its him
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<Znevna> can we has mt76 bump
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<robimarko> Have you made a PR?
<Znevna> nbd usualy bumps the version with a short changelog :P
<f00b4r0> Znevna: the user you've been replying to on the forum seems to believe that ipv6 magically stops at the router; and seems to assume ipv6 "can work (for the internet?)" on an ipv4-only lan.
<f00b4r0> in other words, they don't understand anything.
<Ansuel> lol?
<Znevna> I thought I just misunderstood what he's saying
<f00b4r0> no you didn't.
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<Ansuel> well first time i will use attended sysupgrade... curious how will work
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<Znevna> "ipv6 is enough for wan" i was like, ok, I won't ask.
<f00b4r0> he's completely misguided
<Ansuel> Znevna LOL
<Znevna> not his exact words :P but here, have fun https://forum.openwrt.org/t/how-to-completely-disable-ipv6-for-soho/148670
<f00b4r0> well; in the old days I'd have said he's completely retarded, but I understand it's no longer acceptable ;)
<robimarko> We call that mentally challenged
<f00b4r0> ah right, thanks for straightening me up ;)
<Znevna> and that machine to slap people over the internet that we wanted to invent that then, is now used for something completely different
<Znevna> invent back then*
<f00b4r0> *sigh*
<Znevna> ^^
<Znevna> guess he's from Latvia
<Znevna> that's the only country I know with 0% IPv6 coverage reported by google
<robimarko> How is Croatia rated?
<robimarko> Cause we have 0 ISP-s provding IPv6
<ynezz> They're waiting for IPv7
<Znevna> 5.8%
<Znevna> 5.9% * sorry
<robimarko> Then I have to congratulate those IPv6 users
<robimarko> No idea how they forced ISP-s to provide it
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<KGB-2> https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/openwrt/openwrt_omap.html has been updated. (11.1% images and 100.0% packages reproducible in our current test framework.)
<Znevna> hmm
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<Znevna> robimarko: https://ipv6-test.com/stats/country/HR yeah..
<Znevna> CARNet seems to have IPv6, they host a mirror of test-ipv6.com
<Ansuel> ok i'm impressed by the attendedsysupgrade
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<Znevna> as long as some firmware package didn't split it's fine :P
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<robimarko> Ughh, now I got complaints about ASU
<f00b4r0> Znevna: if his nick is any indication I'd have guessed he's in India or thereabout
<robimarko> We seem to have a hit a nice old conflict on ipq807x
<Znevna> old? didn't that just got added? :P
<robimarko> As by default the cpucrypto variant of wolfssl is used, and imagebuilder does not like that
<robimarko> I meant conflict errors in general
<f00b4r0> ah. libwolfssl cpu crypto
<f00b4r0> why am i not surprised
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<robimarko> Gotta use those crypto extensions
<Ansuel__> asu ?
<robimarko> However, wpad wolfssl will try to pull the regular libwolfssl
<robimarko> Its not ASU-s fault
<robimarko> BTW, you are losing connection frequently it seems
<f00b4r0> yeah. There's no way this is going to fly
<Ansuel__> just me discovering my isp have broken ipv6
<Ansuel__> thought it was my router problem
<Znevna> how is it broken?
<Ansuel__> ip assigned no network
<Ansuel__> well i want to suffer i'm upgrading a remove router with asus
<Ansuel__> asu*
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<Znevna> Ansuel: by some forum posts you need 6rd? and you only get a /64 ?
<Ansuel> and i think it's dead guys
<Znevna> is that still the case?
<Ansuel> wait no it's not dead yay
<Ansuel> Znevna yes fastweb assign /64
<Ansuel> so i'm doing relay from my modem
<Znevna> that's just meh
<Ansuel> but the thing doesn't even work from the modem
<Ansuel> tim is even worse here in italy... they offer experimental ipv6 on a remote bras in milan
<f00b4r0> i feel I'll be long dead before ipv6 becomes ubiquitous ;P
<Ansuel> and it's the only one giving ipv6 and also /64
<Znevna> spent a few months in italy about a decade ago, internet was horrible :P
<Ansuel> nha now it's good they are migrating everything to ffth
<robimarko> Ansuel: ok, this error is rather weird
<robimarko> When using local imagebuilder it doesnt error out
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<minimal> Znevna: I did work for TIM a couple of decades ago, sounds like they haven't changed lol
<f00b4r0> robimarko: i just noticed you have a failed sig check just before the wolfsslcpu check
<robimarko> That is weird
<robimarko> As ASU is just using prebuilt imagebuilder from OpenWrt
<f00b4r0> might be time to ping aparcar ;)
<robimarko> Well, downloading that same prebuilt IB has no signature error
<robimarko> But its still conflicting
<robimarko> Will take a look at whats going on
<Ansuel> ok what did they change on mt7621 that my wireless doesn't work with old config...
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<Ansuel> Could not find PHY for device 'radio0'
<f00b4r0> haven't phys be recently renamed?
<f00b4r0> been*
<Ansuel> wifi config doesn't produce anything
<Znevna> what radio/
<Ansuel> both
<Znevna> >.>
<Znevna> no, what radios do you have there? :p
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<Ansuel> mt7915e: probe of 0000:02:00.0 failed with error -12
<Ansuel> lets try to reboot...
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<Znevna> <Znevna> as long as some firmware package didn't split it's fine :P
<Ansuel> ......
<Znevna> :D
<Ansuel> so i have to remove the old one and add the new one
<Znevna> just add the new one since the old one didn't exist and probably failed anyway
<castiel652> no just install the new one
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<Ansuel> robimarko i expected some breakage with upstreaming but not this amount of user not reading...
<Ansuel> how the hell is possible that chrome flag attendedsysupgrade as dangerous
<robimarko> Ansuel: Well, that is their problem
<robimarko> I dont know how to make it more obvious
<Ansuel> btw don't know if you notice we have our first 100% 100% for reproducible :D
<robimarko> Yeah
<robimarko> Saw that today
<robimarko> Luckily these Xiaomi devices are unbrickable due to TFTP recovery
<robimarko> But I dont get what are they trying, all you need is to read instructions
<Ansuel> i upgraded mine today
<Ansuel> initramfs-factory
<Ansuel> and sysupgrade
<Ansuel> DONE
<Ansuel> ok yep the additional package fixed it
<robimarko> Ok, I dont see how is imagebuilder having issue
<robimarko> Why is it even installing regular libwolfssl
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<f00b4r0> robimarko: wpad?
<Ansuel> libuevent?
<Ansuel> oh wait you are trying to install the cpu variant
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<Ansuel> (in short don't download host tool if already build and installed)
<mrkiko> Ansuel: Znevna: minimal: here (Italy) Internet works well - even tough I'm stuck in FTTC. Using a FB7530 with pppoe bridge (from IPS) - I tried to connect from openwrt with vr11 VDSL and it works, but syncs at lower rates unfortunately
<Ansuel> how much lower? anyway i think you will be covered to ftth in the next year
<Ansuel> if you are lucky to be in a white zone
<mrkiko> Ansuel: with FB7530 running as bridge I get 17.2 MB/s, when using it with openwrt 15.5 or 16 or something
<f00b4r0> anyone needs italian-compatible SFP ONTs? I bought too many ;D
<Znevna> coax doesn't fit in them :P
<Znevna> tho aren't those pretty much programmable?
<Znevna> *not just for italian ISPs)
<f00b4r0> they are. But unfortunately for me, it seems French PONs are a tad more secure than their italian counterparts
<mrkiko> I would like to try a VDSL SFP module but I guess I am going to have more troubles than benefits in using that
<mrkiko> and well yeah - I let go as I hope to be out of the dsl world soon
<Znevna> I'll stay with my current tiny bridge only thingy they gave me
<Znevna> makes support calls way easier :P
<f00b4r0> DSL is way more reliable than FTTH here tho
<Znevna> ouch
<f00b4r0> well apparently some genius thought it would be a good idea to allow "competition" for the last mile connection. Guess what, it didn't end well.
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<mrkiko> Znevna: is it really bridge only? I know mine is not :D
<robimarko> f00b4r0: its gotta be wpad
<robimarko> Ansuel: The cpu variant is the default on target
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<f00b4r0> robimarko: makes sense.
<robimarko> Well, no idea why conflicts arent honored
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<robimarko> Well, it seems that this was a known issue that I did not about: https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt/pull/10765#issuecomment-1364547124
<f00b4r0> heh
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<robimarko> He did provide a patch series for OPKG that sorts that out
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<Ansuel> robimarko problem is that i really need jow feedback on opkg stuff
<robimarko> I get that
<robimarko> Series is from October, so it would be good to have it looked at
<robimarko> No idea whats his issue
<robimarko> ESS DTSI is included and I just compiled with the device included
<Znevna> mrkiko: yes, I don't have better pictures, sorry :P and mind the cables. those are two models, with catv out and without https://s.go.ro/055mz2xn
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<Znevna> the one with catv is a little lighthouse too >.>
<robimarko> Ansuel: I can confirm that OPKG patchseries resolves the issue
<robimarko> So, I replied on the mailing list to bring some attention to it
<f00b4r0> 👍
<Ansuel> we will have to snipe jow to receive the correct feedback
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<robimarko> Yeah, as it seems the same issue is hitting libustream-wolfssl as well
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<mrkiko> Znevna: thanks. I can't see the photo (being blind) but apreciate the fact you searched for it
<Znevna> oh :*
<Znevna> :( * sorry
<Znevna> small devices made by some company called Luster
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<Ansuel> https://github.com/Ansuel/openwrt/actions/runs/3942755789/jobs/6784406644 interesting... i'm running everything in a minidebian container and i have this error...
<Ansuel> objtool is using host libelf.so ?
<Ansuel> also today is the day i bisect 22.03 tools failing on macos
<Ansuel> with https://github.com/sickcodes/Docker-OSX looks to work...
<Ansuel> (same approach of llvm... repro a problem with a bazoka)
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<Tapper> Hi any one know if the reboot issue is fixed for the r7800 on master with KKernel 5.15?
<Ansuel> reboot issue?
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<Tapper> git pull
<Tapper> rong window lol
<Tapper> Ansuel yes mate list time I flashed a master build to my r7800 it would reboot after being up for about 1 or 2 mins.
<Tapper> I went back to a 22.03 build
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<f00b4r0> hmmm. Pretty sure I saw a way to avoid duplicates "list" options in uci, but I can't get my finger on it again
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<KGB-2> https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/openwrt/openwrt_lantiq.html has been updated. (96.2% images and 100.0% packages reproducible in our current test framework.)
<Znevna> that hard to report a problem in regdb? x.x
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<Ansuel> i'm impressed discovering how hard it is to run macos virtualized...
<dhewg> Ansuel: full disclosure, I helped with xdp to give you some time for iwinfo :P <insert next obvious question here>
<Borromini> Ansuel: why are you virtualising it? And doesn't Apple still do everything in its might to make virtualising macOS difficult?
<Ansuel> eh i wasted the entire day trying to run a macos virtualized
<Ansuel> Borromini i need an env to repro the compilation error for tools on openwrt-22.03
<Ansuel> for some reason mkimage fail...
<Ansuel> dhewg iwinfo seems ready to me with your fixed I think I will just create a last branch... give a last check and then merge in iwinfo master
<dhewg> sold! I'll finish xdp tomorrow and try to upstream the remaining patches
<Habbie> Borromini, yes, apple actively fights it, at least on non-apple hardware
<Ansuel> this thing almost worked but it does crash
<Ansuel> as I should run it in a real linux installation and not wsl2...
<Ansuel> actually now that i think about it... i should really try on a live disk
<dhewg> doesn't github ci offer macos builders?
<robimarko> Its slow as hell
<robimarko> I tried using that to debug the CI build, its like 2+ hours per build
<Ansuel> i will just packet mkimage depens tool
<Ansuel> send them as artifacts
<Ansuel> make the ci downloaded them and preinstalled tools
<Ansuel> MH
<dhewg> It's been a few years, but there was a rather simple kvm patch to run macos under kvm, but that obvious won't work for wsl
<Ansuel> dhewg it works but it crash a lot and it's not stable at all...
<robimarko> Ansuel: I think Scaleway finally has per 24 hour M1-s in stock
<robimarko> And nope, they had them earlier today
<dhewg> mkimage as in uboot fails to build on macos?
<Ansuel> yes
<dhewg> that's a rather small tool
<Ansuel> FK THIS FK ALL i let me abuse github ci cache system
<Ansuel> wanted to have a full env but not worth
<Ansuel> openwrt-22.03-abuse-ci lovely branch name
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<slh> dhewg: current qemu/ kvm doesn't seem to need patching (at least Debian's packages work), last tried just under a year ago (really wasn't my kind of OS, and the emulation was rather fragile as well)
<dhewg> ok, nice. I only tried it to check if builds succeed there too. No real interest in the OS
<dhewg> some years ago there were even a metric ton of binutils/gcc patches so you could build a cross compiler
<Ansuel> honestly we should really invest in container and say to user to use that
<slh> for years I've been rather curious about osx, one day with it under kvm healed me from that ;)
<slh> I was probably just holding it wrong
<dhewg> heh, but now with m1/2 the picture changes again. and asahi fixes the os problem ;)
<Ansuel> the os for me is still trash
<Ansuel> real problem is that x86 is shit
<Ansuel> robimarko https://github.com/Ansuel/openwrt/actions/runs/3962576841/workflow lets see if this will work
<dhewg> m2 pro mini then
<Borromini> Ansuel: why is x86 shit?
<slh> sure x86_64 is shit, apart from everything else ;)
<Ansuel> the instruction set is too bloated
<Borromini> ok.
<Borromini> just wanted to get perspective on your statement :)
<slh> there just isn't anything better either. (and the M1/ M2 might be cool, but it's not really a competition either, not without a real software ecosystem and PC/ workstation like hardware)
<Borromini> so you like RISC instead of CISC :)
<Znevna> z80 is the shiznit
<Ansuel> m1/m2 is full of compromise but it was a big example of a real arm cpu on laptop and how much is better suited for mobile use
<slh> sparc was cool... up to the mid 90s
<Ansuel> it's curious that riscv is getting some traction for google
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<dhewg> if by compromise you mean the soldered/non-exchangable parts, while that is less flexible, it's how it archives its performance. which is seriously impressive for an arm soc
<Ansuel> the bus is very limited
<Ansuel> and m2 didn't improved it
<Ansuel> i remember some test connecting a 4k external monitor + 10g port result in the 10g port being limited in speed
<slh> dhewg: I can't really take a system seriously that doesn't allow replacing (and adding tons of-) block storage and RAM. maybe fine for a netbook, but not for anything I'd put under my desk (my current system has one small 250 GB SSD and 5 big HDDs - and I'm really fighting with myself to mount the old 3ware 9650SE to extend that by another 4 drives, if the (mainline-)linux drivers were just a tiny bit
<slh> better)
<slh> sure, real Apple user would use USB3 or a NAS instead, but network file transfers are just no good for the kind of file sizes (up to 400-700 GB) I'm often dealing with
<slh> qsoldering the CPU onto the board, o.k. - the RAM, not really - the block storage, no chance in hell
<Ansuel> same
<slh> I've seen too many disks die - and they're chronically too small
<Ansuel> dell started to solder the wifi card...
<dhewg> to each his own, but don't underestimate the performance gain because the ram *is* soldered
<Ansuel> had to buy the precision lineup for this reason as i didn't want that trash intel killer card
<Borromini> Ansuel: in ultrabooks?
<slh> not nice, but that wouldn't bother me too much (as long as I have the choice prior to the purchase)
<Ansuel> Borromini yes new xps15 have wifi card soldered
<Borromini> ouch.
<Borromini> my 9350 came with Broadcom crap, I swapped it for an Intel AC and now Intel AX
<Borromini> that's a major buzzkill.
<Ansuel> yep and i hate it considering wifi card are cheap... an i'm stuck with ax201 instead of ax211
<Borromini> oh but at least you got intel :)
<slh> Borromini: from a performance point of view there isn't much of a difference between ax200 and ax210 on 6 GHz, it's roughly the same (but lower range). however if you're in a very crowded environment with lots of competition on the 5 GHz band, it can pay of
<Ansuel> wait 210 supports wifi 6e tho
<slh> yes, in practice performance is about 750-800 MBit/s for 5 or 6 GHz though, not much of a difference to be felt
<slh> and that#s already same-room, no obstructions
<slh> and HE80, 2x2
<slh> 4x4 qcn9074 on the AP side
<Ansuel> ehehehehe
<slh> 6 GHz works, well, and unobstrusively so, but it's not a real-world speedup for 2x2 802.11 clients
<Ansuel> it's just an alternative band
<Ansuel> real setup is wifi7 that will use all of them togheder
<Ansuel> make[3]: Entering directory '/Volumes/OpenWrt/openwrt/build_dir/host/u-boot-2022.01'
<Ansuel> HOSTCC scripts/basic/fixdep
<Ansuel> /bin/sh: line 0: [: too many arguments
<Ansuel> /bin/sh: line 0: [: too many arguments
<Ansuel> sus
<f00b4r0> slh: I'm curious how you plan to saturate a thunderbolt 4 link with mass storage tho
<slh> and mt7621au is actually currently slower (by half) on 6 GHz, than it is on 5 GHz (ax210 is roughly the same) - at least on linux (need to test yesterday's new firmware update for mt7621), with the windows drivers it's roughly the same there as well
<f00b4r0> internal storage had a point up to a point ;)
<slh> f00b4r0: I don't plan to, as long as there's SATA ;)
<Ansuel> and the thing is just stuck....
<slh> really, the extra costs and a second box to place next to the computer doesn't make sense to me
<f00b4r0> was reacting to your argument about not being able to replace/add "tons of block storage"
<f00b4r0> well, we're talking about a computer that's as big as few CDs stacked together.
<f00b4r0> if it soothes your mind to have everything in one large box, just get an ATX case and put everything in there ;)
<slh> f00b4r0: afaik, apple solders the SSD onto the board (at least for their macbooks, but don't they also do that for the desktop Macs now?), when it dies -and it will- the whole system is trash; not gonna play ball with that
<f00b4r0> slh: i used to think that way
<f00b4r0> I have a 8yo ssd that has yet to die.
<f00b4r0> system ssd that is
<f00b4r0> the system it's in became obsolete long before the ssd showed any sign of wear.
<f00b4r0> so I tend to think that argument has no merit anymore.
<slh> f00b4r0: I just had a Verbatim Vi550 S3 256GB SSD die within 10 months of medium desktop type usage. sure, Apple will put a better one in there, but still - it happens
<Ansuel> slh how much stuff you write wow
<f00b4r0> key point: "apple will put a better one in there"
<f00b4r0> Ansuel: that's what 250cpm looks like ;)
<slh> and yes, my 10 year old 128 GB Samsung 830pro and 8 year old 128 GB Samsung 840pro are still going strong - despite lots of abuse
<slh> but they will die nevertheless
<f00b4r0> slh: and when they do, the system they're in will be long gone too
<f00b4r0> so again, the argument is rather moot.
<f00b4r0> a 10yo laptop is a dinosaur with very limited use.
<f00b4r0> if you think otherwise I'm happy to set one of my old MBPs up for openwrt's use ;)
<slh> foxtrot: not for me, sorry - there are still ~2005-2007/ 2008 vintage systems that want to talk to you right next to me
<slh> grr, sorry for the wrong ping
<f00b4r0> slh: desktops i presume.
<slh> midi-tower, yes
<f00b4r0> that's the point.
<f00b4r0> we're not talking about anything like that here, and you're comparing apples to oranges I think.
<slh> 2003 vintage -working- notebook as well
<f00b4r0> but anyway, that's off topic
<slh> pentium M, 1.5 GHz, 60 GB PATA HDD, 512 MB RAM
<f00b4r0> a 2003 vintage notebook belongs in a museum. I doubt you can do anything of use with it.
<Ansuel> topic now is wtf is happening here...
<f00b4r0> yeah, I have such a device, an HP thingy with a flip touch screen
<f00b4r0> it's cute, I use it as a VT100 terminal.
<dhewg> lol
<f00b4r0> and thats only because it draws less power than a proper CRT VT100 ;P
<dhewg> or look at it from another pov: with those expectations you'll never get off x86
* Borromini is still happy with his 2016 XPS 13
<dhewg> and a good 4*3.5" usb3.2 casing won't saturate the link for spinning rust
<slh> apart from the battery, it's not quite mint condition, but still in good shape
<Ansuel> xps13
<Ansuel> smol
<Borromini> ?
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<f00b4r0> dhewg: preaching a convert.
<f00b4r0> I'm on my way out of x86 for anything with a display nowadays
<Borromini> Ansuel: is that slang for 'small' or what does it mean?
<f00b4r0> Borromini: it is
<Borromini> ok :)
<Borromini> never heard it
<f00b4r0> often spelled "smôl" ;)
<Borromini> o_O
<f00b4r0> gives it that Ikea vibe
<Borromini> lol.
<Borromini> still on the fence about a bigger screen size when it needs replacing. Portability (and battery life) are important even though I use it at home most of the time
<Borromini> i'm out gents, goodnight
<f00b4r0> well the fact that I can go an entire weekend on a single battery charge is definitely a very high selling point for my M1 MBP
<Ansuel> Borromini yes
<Ansuel> smol = small
<f00b4r0> in fact I've got a personal record running an entire week over a charge.
<Ansuel> gn
<f00b4r0> which is insane, coming from x86
<Borromini> i'm happy with a day ;)
<Borromini> well i don't like macOS... And i'm not up to speed with the porting progress Avahi made
<Borromini> anyway... later guys
<f00b4r0> anyhow, nity nite it is.
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<dhewg> mkimage want sdl2?
<dhewg> ci should go to bed too
<Ansuel> eh it's not the problem
<Ansuel> we have that also on a linux system
<KGB-2> https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/openwrt/openwrt_bcm47xx.html has been updated. (100.0% images and 100.0% packages reproducible in our current test framework.)
<robimarko> f00b4r0: I am gonna give credit to Apple for the SoC
<robimarko> But, for me its not usable, I dont want vendor lock-in
<robimarko> And soldered SSD is a no-go for me
<robimarko> Kudos to Asahi and Apple not preventing instaling a 3rd party SW
<robimarko> But its always gonna be catch-up to make it usable and I aint gonna be fighting with macOS till that happens
<slh> just out of curiosity, is there anything special to take care of to use openssl with cpu crypto (instead of wolfssl) on ipq807x? any special package (beyond the normal openssl/ libopenssl) or configuration?
<robimarko> Nope
<slh> thanks :)
<robimarko> ARMASM should be enabled in OpenSSL by default
<robimarko> As OpenSSL is smart enough to try the crypto extensions instructions and see if they throw and exception
<slh> great, that makes my setup easier (as I'm using openssl for everything anyways and don't need/ want wolfssl in my builds)
<robimarko> I hope to see mbedTLS finally get crypto extension support
<robimarko> As until that happens its not really an option for me
<robimarko> Oh, it seems there is finally movement on that: https://github.com/Mbed-TLS/mbedtls/issues/5387
<slh> nice :)
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