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<gch981213> mnag: Are you using 22.03/master? That feature relies on ipset which isn't supported by iptables-nft.
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<rmilecki> rotanid: so that DTS change looks correct to me
<rmilecki> nbd: threaded API is next on my list
<Znevna> morning
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<rmilecki> nbd: should I test threaded NAPI + your path:
<rmilecki> 1. Without packet steering
<rmilecki> 2. With default netifd packet steering
<rmilecki> 3. With bcm53xx specific packet steering
<rmilecki> ?
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<nbd> rmilecki: 2.
<rmilecki> nbd: will do, thnks
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<robimarko> \x: More kid toys
<\x> but this will replace 7621 for isps
<robimarko> Thats nice for the ISP-s, but for the community it means nothing
<\x> 7621 with 11be
<robimarko> Xiaomi products are just getting crazy hard
<\x> yeah theyre locking them hard
<\x> i hope they wake up and maybe do it like how they do it on their android devices
<\x> easy bootloader unlocks and such
<robimarko> That would be great, but I doubt it
<robimarko> They could start by providing GPL dumps
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<gch981213> ISPs ask for lockdowns in their product requirements :)
<gch981213> when they purchase those on bulk.
<mnag> Yes @gch981213. I've tried with 22.03 and SNAPSHOT. Both have same issue of sticky doesn't work. Good to know about lack of ipset support on iptables-nft.
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<gch981213> And GPL is too much for Chinese court to understand. :P
<gch981213> mnag: You could try installing the legacy iptables and ipset.
<mnag> You mean install iptables-zz-legacy instead of iptables-nft and ipset pkgs?
<gch981213> mnag: Correct.
<mnag> Thanks @gch981213. I'll try it.
<karlp> If I choose to _not_ save files on this sunxi sysupgrade, I don't really see any difference. It still just finds the f2fs overlay from before and mounts it, I can't really even see where it would be trying to remove this?
<karlp> if I run "firstboot" by hand before sysupgrade it works, but, that's probably not what's meant to be happening?
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<mrkiko> robimarko: so I'mtrying to implement fan support for nbg7815 via DTS
<mrkiko> robimarko: was looking around in marvell dts for inspiration, but I found only puzzle M901 and M902 so far
<robimarko> mrkiko: If I remember correctly, you just need to register the fan as gpio-fan
<robimarko> And just add/or replace a thermal trip point to an active one
<mrkiko> robimarko: ok, but then if I remember correctly, I should onnect it somehow to the hwmons, so that kernel turns fan on and off, or am I stretching too far?
<robimarko> mrkiko: There is no point here
<robimarko> As its just on/off fan
<robimarko> So the fan can be used as an cooling device directly
<robimarko> That should work without any userspace
<mrkiko> ok, I'll search for some example on gpio-fan then
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<mrkiko> robimarko: from the docs - "bits that map to pins in the control value" ... mhm, for me I guess"1" is fine here
<rmilecki> nbd: you provided me 2 patches
<rmilecki> 1. 7a156de4 (modifying bgmac_poll())
<rmilecki> 2. 18350170 (modifying bgmac_dma_tx_add())
<rmilecki> nbd: should I apply both and test?
<nbd> yes
<mrkiko> robimarko: can't build ipq807x atm
<mrkiko> robimarko: make[5]: *** No rule to make target '/mnt/hdd/sdata/openwrt/build_dir/target-aarch64_cortex-a53_musl/linux-ipq807x_generic/qca-ssdk-2022-09-12-628b22bc/build/linux/KSLIB/api_access.d', needed by 'api_access.o'. Stop.
<robimarko> Its probably just dirty buildroot
<robimarko> Try just cleaning the ssdk and compiling it
<mrkiko> I started from a make distclean
<karlp> I'm getting weird netifd errors trying to configure wireless with luci or just /etc/config/wireless with a mt7601u dongle:
<karlp> is this something that's being worked on and I just hist the wrong part of master to be based on? I was kinda expecting mt7601u to "just work"
<karlp> I've got the kmod-7601u and mt7601u-firmware packages installed
<mrkiko> robimarko: trying to build without -j option
<mrkiko> robimarko: any suggestion for the pins to bit mapping related to gpio-fan? i don't know if this value is relevant in my case
<gch981213> karlp: The upstream mt7601u doesn't support AP.
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<karlp> wat
<karlp> what usb wifi _can_ you use :)
<mrkiko> karlp: heard some success stories with mt7921u, but usb and APs are not generally seen as friends
<karlp> why?! what..
<gch981213> karlp: See this repo:
<karlp> ok... well. at _least_ luci does not handle this well, it happily lets me configure it, you just get generic "not working" ui after you save and apply.
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<karlp> somewhat bright news, presuing linux wireless shows me that rtw88 has gotten more support for usb, so maybe I should just go back to those devices, that I'd given up on to try "good" mediatek :)
<stintel> I've some rtl usb thingy that works much better than the broadcom in a raspberry pi
<stintel> so it's not all bad ;)
<stintel> using rtl8xxxu driver
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<karlp> I had rtl8821cu, but bluez hates the bluetooth and at least a few months ago, openwrt hated the wifi part,
<karlp> think I'm just going to punt this again. too much extra breakage.
<robimarko> mrkiko: SSDK is set to not build in parallel
<robimarko> As its instantly explodes
<mrkiko> robimarko: :D :D
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<mrkiko> robimarko: but I can't compile it even compiling all without any parallelisation, at least on my side
<mrkiko> I'm under the impression I'm missing some required tool
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<Znevna> when I first reported that topic
<Znevna> "no, it's ok, it's helping development", I was like "????" ....
<mrkiko> robimarko: it failed one .d file at a time - then it succeeded :D
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<robimarko> mrkiko: Thats weird, just compiled everything from scratch without and issue
<robimarko> Buildbots also dont have an issue
<mrkiko> robimarko: infact, I guess it should be something on my system using Archlinux...
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<tmn505> karlp: I think sunxi is missing paddin of rootfs image. The and mvebu speciffic do. That's why it is not recreating overlay on first boot after sysupgrade.
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<stintel> interestin
<stintel> I think qoriq also has this problem
<stintel> as a side effect, you might still have your settings after recovering from a bad flash by writing factory img :
<stintel> I'd have to verify that but not really in a thinkering mood today
<tmn505> hmm... I might have worded the second sentence wrong. The generic script and mvebu specific one do the padding. So qoriq also should have the overlay recreated.
<dhewg> nbd: I think the a-msdu patches regressed something. Thoughput sucks in one direction between two openwrt router connected via 80211s
<dhewg> I upgraded both to current master, one ipq4019, one mt7615E
<dhewg> the situation reminds me of f96744ba6b2fd444f4f7575d234c7579bd3030cd
<karlp> tmn505: thanks, I was kinda hoping you might see it, I didn't want to tag you directly though
<karlp> Im still pretty burnt on all this right now, so I'm likely to just leave it for another month or two. I can at least do upgrades _at all_ now, and firstboot;sysupgrade still works, even if sysupgrade -n doesn't. I've got enough other stuff to work on :|
<slh> karlp: mt7921au works pretty well for me, 2.4/5/6 GHz, but I've only used it as client so far
<tmn505> I struggled lot with similar problems so all of it sounded familiar, made similar decision to leave it for some time and go back to it with clearer mind to check what I overlooked.
<karlp> slh: yeah, I want a pcb module, and I want AP mode. rt5370 or ar9k would be fine, they're just all EOL, and modern stuff is "wot, of course you have a spare pcie slot" or, as it seems, "wot, you want to do AP mode?!"
<karlp> I foolishly believed mt7601 was mt76 too :)
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<nbd> dhewg: how much did it regress?
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<mrkiko> robimarko_: I think I defined the cooling device, I am having some hard times understanding how to connect it properly.I seen the example and looked at ipq8074-cpu-hk, so more or less I understand where I should connect
<mrkiko> robimarko_: but my dts-fu isn't up to the task for now :D
<robimarko_> mrkiko: Can you push that somewhere?
<mrkiko> robimarko_: is a diff to a pastebin for you ok? It's pretty small and would help me
<robimarko_> Sure
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<mrkiko> robimarko_:
<mrkiko> robimarko_: but the RPm value is a copy-pasted value, and I have no idea on how I can guess the real one
<robimarko_> mrkiko: Honestly, the RPM array isnt really important
<robimarko_> As its just off/on
<mrkiko> robimarko_: well, as far as I understood it, the speedmap is important to determine cooling states, and so the cooling-cell is 2 and so on.
<robimarko_> Ok, then just guestimate
<robimarko_> Have you runtime tested it?
<robimarko_> It should register a hwmon device as long as the gpio fan kmod is present
<mrkiko> not yet, was trying to understand if I am able to override the cooling state and change it writing to cooling_device*/cur_state or something like that
<mrkiko> robimarko_: I wanted to be sure the fan actually spins up :D
<robimarko_> mrkiko: My point exactly
<robimarko_> You should be able to force it on via the hwmon sysfs entry manually
<mrkiko> ok, doing it right now
<mrkiko> robimarko_: and also- it would be cool to bind to the ath11k_wifi hwmon devices, not only cpu
<robimarko_> It should be possible to trip on the WCSS PHY-s
<robimarko_> There are 13 sensors on the die, you can trip on any of those and use the fan as cooling device
<robimarko_> Its been my plan to implement it on AX9000 but the fan controller driver is not DT aware
<robimarko_> And the heatsink is overkill anyway
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<rotanid> rmilecki: hm, ok ,thanks, i need to look somewhere else then...
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<mrkiko> robiat sysupgrade time I see - "cut: standard output: broken pipe"
<mrkiko> robiok, spinning up
<mrkiko> oops, sorry
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