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Re: Aros 64

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Managed to boot to Workbench! Great job!

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Re: Aros 64

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The Lenovo M73 tiny has a usb DVD/CD drive and it only booted to the point that Aros got out from 32-bit environment. I think it's problem with grub2. I still have my main machine to try out but I'd suspect that the results are very much similar than with the Dell laptop.

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Re: Aros 64

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AROS64 smp almost boots here on two different i5 machines. I get "UNHANDLED EXCEPTION 56" as the cores are brought up but with bit of waiting they are all "processed" but it all hangs with the same "UNHANDLED EXCEPTION 56" message after the pci tree is browsed for interrupts. Don't know if more waiting would result in a successful boot or not.

I have another multicore pc that I could try it on that is not i5 machine (Lenovo M73 tiny with g3220t)


Hi Dizzy - are you able to capture serial debug at all (especially with sysdebug=all) so we can see exactly where it is occurring?


Sorry for the late response. I'll try today if possible what sort of output I can get from those machines that has serial port. (That said if I can find a suitable cable to go with them...)


Great - but please make sure you use as up to date code as possible since we don't wont to be chasing down ghosts ;D

Also we know there are still separate issues where it can lock up in certain circumstances and will be fixing it at some time in the near future.



This is from a Dell laptop, code should be the latest as this time.

Nope it wasn't...

These where added in between my build

A debug/mmakefile.src
U rom/hidds/pci/pcitool/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Prefs/Presets/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Prefs/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Development/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/System/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Locale/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Extras/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Extras/AHI/Prefs/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Utilities/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/mmakefile.src
D images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Debug/PCITool.info.src
D images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Debug/PCITool.png
A images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Debug/Hardware
A images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Debug/Hardware/PCITool.png
A images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Debug/Hardware/PCITool.info.src
A images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Debug/Hardware.info.src
A images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Debug/Hardware.png
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Debug/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Tools/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Devs/Monitors/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Devs/mmakefile.src
U images/IconSets/Gorilla/Icons/Medium/AROS/Devs/DOSDrivers/mmakefile.src
U arch/all-pc/acpitool/icons/mmakefile.src
U arch/all-pc/acpitool/mmakefile.src

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xodj8uim5dvl ... ros_x86_smp_dell.log?dl=0

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Re: Aros 64

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AROS64 smp almost boots here on two different i5 machines. I get "UNHANDLED EXCEPTION 56" as the cores are brought up but with bit of waiting they are all "processed" but it all hangs with the same "UNHANDLED EXCEPTION 56" message after the pci tree is browsed for interrupts. Don't know if more waiting would result in a successful boot or not.

I have another multicore pc that I could try it on that is not i5 machine (Lenovo M73 tiny with g3220t)


Hi Dizzy - are you able to capture serial debug at all (especially with sysdebug=all) so we can see exactly where it is occurring?


Sorry for the late response. I'll try today if possible what sort of output I can get from those machines that has serial port. (That said if I can find a suitable cable to go with them...)

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AROS64 smp almost boots here on two different i5 machines. I get "UNHANDLED EXCEPTION 56" as the cores are brought up but with bit of waiting they are all "processed" but it all hangs with the same "UNHANDLED EXCEPTION 56" message after the pci tree is browsed for interrupts. Don't know if more waiting would result in a successful boot or not.

I have another multicore pc that I could try it on that is not i5 machine (Lenovo M73 tiny with g3220t)

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Re: usb wifi sticks / realtek8180.device development

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Dizzy: is this code commited ? I can try it with USB dac.

I can save you the trouble as I found the PlayStation mic thingy.

I couldn't figure out what to do with it though...

https://youtu.be/daDH-YvaUUg

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Re: usb wifi sticks / realtek8180.device development

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Dizzy: is this code commited ? I can try it with USB dac.


It's all commited(AbiV1), but it doesn't build by default for hosted (which is it's only target platform of course)

For mass storage you will need to build also partition.library, fat filesystem and expansion.library if I recall correctly. Then load the vusbhci device with Trident and save the prefs. Trident has to be started manually everytime as there is no auto loading or starting the usb stack as in native.

Your Linux distribution may not allow user space programs to access usb devices so some udev rules are also needed or run Aros with super user privileges (not recommended)

Posted on: 2/24 8:56
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Re: usb wifi sticks / realtek8180.device development

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The driver claims to do isochronous and it actually fires up (hopefully) such transactions. I just have not tested it in anyway and I haven't looked into it in any detail. I've just tossed the isochronous iorequest to libusb and let the Linux usb system handle all the details or not. I assume it will crash once usbaudio.class kicks in and tries to use it.

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Re: usb wifi sticks / realtek8180.device development

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Dizzy: Holly shit!! Does this mean we can use USB-audio DACs with AROS ?


I don't know... There's still lot of things just plain wrong in the code. I would not keep my hopes up that the isoc transfers would just work...

Just tried out the bulk transfer without any debugs and it seems really sluggish... :(

EDIT:

That was with sd-card reader. With USB3.0 flash drive copying file to ram is 25.8 MBytes/s (using of course USB2.0 transfers)

But I'm not sure that the reported speed is correct on Wanderer...

EDIT: Slowness might very possibly be caused because I allocate the transfer structure per transfer... stupid me...

Posted on: 2/24 5:46

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Re: usb wifi sticks / realtek8180.device development

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I got the USB interrupt transfer to "work"

https://youtu.be/za7bbo3yrWk

The driver has to be coded to use asynchronous transfers.
As it is now ioreq->iouh_NakTimeout with value of zero will block everything... 0 value is wait for ever for libusb.

On that video I hard coded the nak timeout to be 100mS and I had to tab continuously the keyboard to keep Poseidon happy and not drop the usb device.

Once the driver is made to use async transfers it could be used for native development of other usb devices.

EDIT:

I converted the bulk transfer method to use asyncronous libusb transfers (sort of and not really. it still blocks the calls as iorequests are not queued)

https://youtu.be/l2kxI_BylkQ

I think my Linux setup is dying as my desktop pc shows low battery... :) and it's critical... :)

EDIT:

Now the BULK transfer is truly asynchronous

https://youtu.be/sPrXm0Y71Bo

There's a lot of debug prints enabled to the terminal so it takes a while to read the doom wad file.

Posted on: 2/23 18:33

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