Sunday, 2017-07-23

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vysmithro CarlFK[m] what am I helping with??00:34
vysoh, if it's helping CarlFK[m] flash things, then yeah I can type commands in quotes00:55
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xfxfmithro: spending most of today sorting out inventory. my house is covered with boxes and cables and equipment01:19
mithroI'll be around for a couple of hours in about 20 minutes01:33
mithroxfxf / CarlFK: ^01:33
mithrovys: what firmware are you using at word camp on your Opsis boards?01:33
mithrojea: ^01:35
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): good - Im home, setting up Opsis now01:42
jeamithro: we used the last prebuilt one01:45
jea710 or something from memory01:45
CarlFK[m]it is on my wiki page01:47
mithrojea: Okay, cool you didn't need to revert to an older version is good01:49
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): should make conda setup udev rules?01:50
mithroCarlFK[m]: no01:50
mithroCarlFK[m]: but a plain "make" will01:50
vysmithro: #71001:53
mithrovys: And it is working okay?01:53
vysalthough we're not using any in my room01:53
jeait has been working fine in the room we have it in01:53
jeaall computers have worked first go. I haven't even had to connect to the opsis to do anything01:53
vysI don't know what are reasonable device limitations, and what is properly busted01:53
mithrovys: You are not using any Opsis? How are you recording then?01:54
jeaare we storing the state now as well? unless I'm missing something, the opsis seems to have kept the settings between restarts01:54
mithrojea: Nope01:54
vyscamera -> SD card, USB Audio -> ffmpeg -> audio_$DATETIME.mp301:54
jeahmm, maybe i just got lucky01:54
mithrovys: ouch....01:55
vysit's not the worst01:55
vysit does mean we have to align and stitch later01:55
mithrovys: Yeah - I don't do that anymore - it's too painful01:55
jeamithro: what things should we do to get information out of cameras that don't talk to the opsis nicely? I know you got information from laptops at past lcas, for example, but I don't know what data you gathered01:56
mithrojea: Which cameras do you have? The HV30/HV20s?01:56
jeawe have multiple cameras that won't give a usable stream via the opsis, but work fine in a TV, so I'm interested in working out what they are doing01:56
vysbut AFAICT people who paid to be here get value out of being in the talk, listening to Disruptors ask a bunch of stories and not relinquish the microphone01:56
vysand that having a wide shot where you can see the slides and the presenter and some vague attempt at syncing audio/video will serve enough other purposes01:57
jeano, we have others: a canon thing, a sony thing (vys has them next to him to give model numbers)01:57
vysSony FDR-AX3301:58
vysfast extremely dirty feed with purple everywhere for 2x uHDMI -> HDMI cables01:58
mithrojea: There are two common causes of cameras not working -- they don't output 720p60 (only do 1080p60 or XXXi60), they don't output DVI signals (they require HDMI support)01:58
vysand a de-synced(?) output feed for another cable01:59
vysI can provide screenshots if appropriate01:59
mithrovys: Video of what is happening and the debug+status opsis output is useful01:59
vysis interleaved debug/status ok?02:00
mithroyes02:00
jeaI know you have told me the basics before, but what stuff needs to change to support HDMI instead of just DVI?02:01
mithrojea: developer time :-P02:01
jearight02:02
jeaI know there is extra stuff in the EDID that needs to be output, which I could look at doing02:02
CarlFK[m]https://github.com/CarlFK/HDMI2USB-mode-switch/wiki02:02
tpbTitle: Home · CarlFK/HDMI2USB-mode-switch Wiki · GitHub (at github.com)02:02
jeabut I suspect there is more apart from that too02:02
CarlFK[m]Im doing that stuff - and a make.    anyone know what else I need?02:02
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): make before or after make conda?02:03
mithroCarlFK[m]: https://github.com/CarlFK/HDMI2USB-mode-switch/wiki#tims-notes-4-carl-23rd-july02:05
tpbTitle: Home · CarlFK/HDMI2USB-mode-switch Wiki · GitHub (at github.com)02:05
mithrojea: Yes, you need to decode the HDMI data islands02:05
mithrojea: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1v7AJK4cVG3uDJo_rn0X9vxMvBwXKBSL1VaJgiXgFo5A/edit02:05
tpbTitle: Understanding HDMI & TMDS Encoding - Google Docs (at docs.google.com)02:05
mithrojea: Or at least ignore the data islands02:06
mithrojea: It's TEARC4 - 10b4b encoding of data02:06
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mithrojea: Currently the TEARC4 symbols will be detected as errors and cause corruption in the video signal02:08
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): issue: make conda doesn't print the needed path02:08
CarlFK[m]need more than that?02:08
mithroCarlFK[m]: try the "make" one02:08
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): I am entering that issue you told me to02:09
jeamithro: right, I'll have a read of that and get my head around it02:09
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): make ... /bin/sh: 3: posh: not found02:11
CarlFK[m]Makefile:43: recipe for target 'test' failed02:11
CarlFK[m]Ran 0 tests in 0.000s02:11
vysmithro: webm is acceptable, using cheese for encoder capture?02:11
mithrosudo apt-get install posh02:11
mithrovys: Raw if possible02:11
CarlFK[m]http://paste.ubuntu.com/25150928/02:11
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mithroCarlFK[m]: install posh and try the make again...02:12
vysI can technically do raw02:13
vysscratch that, capturing from wayland with ffmpeg is not working on my machine right now02:17
CarlFK[m]FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'fxload'02:18
mithroCarlFK[m]: apt-get install fxload02:19
CarlFK[m]        500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/timvideos/fpga-support/ubuntu xenial/main amd64 Packages02:19
tpbTitle: Index of /timvideos/fpga-support/ubuntu (at ppa.launchpad.net)02:19
CarlFK[m]that one?02:19
mithroCarlFK[m]: whatever is in stock ubuntu02:20
CarlFK[m]b'Permission denied : /dev/bus/usb/001/004\n'02:24
CarlFK[m]http://paste.ubuntu.com/25150981/02:24
tpbTitle: Ubuntu Pastebin (at paste.ubuntu.com)02:24
vysmithro: I can provide webm now, and work out how to do raw later02:25
mithroCarlFK[m]: was your opsis plugged in before you did the "make"?02:25
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): yes02:26
mithroCan you unplug it, do "make" again and then plug it in?02:26
mithroCarlFK[m]: Then can you log an issue about "check that boards are not plugged in when reloading udev" type issue02:28
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): AssertionError: flash.bin not found in ['', '/home/juser/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt/archive/master/v0.0.0-701-gb6007e9/opsis/hdmi2usb', '/home/juser/HDMI2USB-mode-switch/hdmi2usb/firmware02:29
mithroCarlFK[m]: Is there a flash.bin in there?02:29
mithroHrm02:30
mithroactually02:30
mithroYou need to pull your prebuild firmware02:30
CarlFKmithro: I cloned it 30 min ago02:30
mithrohttps://github.com/timvideos/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt/blob/master/opsis/firmware/unstable02:31
tpbTitle: HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt/unstable at master · timvideos/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt · GitHub (at github.com)02:31
mithro../../archive/master/v0.0.3-730-gf9c031d/opsis/hdmi2usb/lm3202:31
mithroCarlFK: That was updated 11 hours ago, so I'm a little skeptical you cloned 30 minutes ago?02:33
CarlFK[email protected]:~/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt/opsis/firmware/testing$ git pull02:34
CarlFKAlready up-to-date.02:34
mithroCarlFK: git remote -v02:34
CarlFK[email protected]:~/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt/opsis/firmware/testing$ git remote -v02:34
CarlFKoriginhttps://github.com/timvideos/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt.git (fetch)02:34
CarlFKoriginhttps://github.com/timvideos/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt.git (push)02:34
tpbTitle: GitHub - timvideos/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt: Prebuilt firmware for the HDMI2USB devices (such as the Numato Opsis and the Digilent Atlys board) and OS drivers. (at github.com)02:34
tpbTitle: GitHub - timvideos/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt: Prebuilt firmware for the HDMI2USB devices (such as the Numato Opsis and the Digilent Atlys board) and OS drivers. (at github.com)02:34
mithroWhy are you in the testing directory rather than the unstable one?02:35
CarlFKbecause thats what my docs say :p02:35
CarlFKopenocd: error while loading shared libraries: libftdi.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory02:37
mithroapt-get install libftdi-dev02:38
CarlFKDNA = 110000001100000011000000110000001100000011000000110000001 (0x181818181818181)02:39
vysmitho: encoding wasn't perfect, because gnome-shell was grabbing and encoding02:40
CarlFKwhen I see that, I should just do it again right ?02:40
vysCarlFK: When I get that I unplug the USB cable, plug it back in, give it 30 seconds, and then try again02:40
mithroCarlFK: do a "hdmi2usb-mode-switch --mode=serial" and then try again02:40
CarlFK\o/ DNA = 100111011001000100110101110000011000110101100010001111001 (0x13b226b831ac479)02:41
vysmithro: http://k.vystrela.me/random_cable.webm is a random cable we purchased02:44
jeavys: we did?02:44
vysmithro: http://k.vystrela.me/provided_cable.webm is the provided uHDMI cable for that camera02:44
jeai know we got a lot of random SD cards :P02:44
vysjea: did we not?02:44
vysthe GoPro uHDMI -> HDMI cable I brought does exactly the same thing as random_cable.webm02:45
jeaI don't think I bought any uHDMI cables02:45
vysI don't know what it is then02:45
vysit's still reasonably fresh, still got all the kinks in it from being in a box :)02:46
jeamaybe from Ryan's camera. I'll have to check later02:46
vysor cable tied02:46
vysperhaps02:46
CarlFKI think it flashed02:46
jea\o/02:47
vysCarlFK: \o/02:47
CarlFKand I think these are the steps https://github.com/CarlFK/HDMI2USB-mode-switch/wiki02:47
tpbTitle: Home · CarlFK/HDMI2USB-mode-switch Wiki · GitHub (at github.com)02:47
mithrohttps://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1Rh614rAjMRT26e7i_79w6fem9ovUlgIZUD0SyDb0Hbg/edit02:47
vysmithro: can you get any value out of those videos?02:51
mithrovys: The pixel clock is ~75MHz - so it is outputting 720p60 or 1080i6002:52
jeamithro: that kit looks alright. i presume the confidence monitor is something like the small lilliput ones you have?02:52
CarlFKconfidence monitor for me is a 21" lcd02:53
mithrojea: No, a 21" LCD - the idea is that kit is all mounted on the back of the monitor02:53
mithroor "part of the monitor" in some way02:53
jeaok02:53
mithrovys: The WER rate could mean one of two things - it doesn't like your cable, or the camera is outputting HDMI rather than DVI02:54
mithrovys: At the moment there isn't any way for me to tell the difference02:55
jeaif we get video on a TV from the same cable, is it likely to be HDMI?02:55
CarlFK[m]jea: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/101817321389198875733/album/6301835907619768305/6301835909407083666?authkey=CMTOpbeAj9XazgE02:55
mithrojea: Not really02:55
mithrojea: Maybe try plugging it into a known working Atlys board?02:56
jeaCarlFK[m]: that is pretty neat. do you use that already?02:56
jeamithro: what does the atlys do differently?02:56
CarlFK[m]yep - it's pretty nice02:57
CarlFK[m]jea: atlys has amp chips02:57
jeaCarlFK[m]: so what is inside? atlys or opsis? and i presume it has some mini computer to output the thing over ethernet?02:57
jeahmm. so does that mean an atlys with the hdmi2usb firmware will support more devices than the opsis?02:58
CarlFK[m]odroid c2 -  https://plus.google.com/u/0/101817321389198875733  scroll down past the dead kangaroo pics02:58
mithrojea: My idea is this thing will be called the "parasite" and is half the kit -- the other half is at the back of the room. The parasite is basically connected to the back of room with Ethernet+Power, so nothing is actually needed up the front. When packing up, the parasite is basically packed back into the other half of the of the kit.02:58
mithrojea: The Atlys has other problems, like slower memory and only really one working HDMI interface02:59
jeaCarlFK[m]: right, i think you had the odroid at lca. it was nice and small03:00
CarlFK[m]pi sized03:00
CarlFK[m]dig around in my pics - I shot 12 or so as I was building03:00
CarlFK[m]but they aren't all in one place03:00
jeayep, i see them now03:01
jeamithro: that sounds good. makes it easy to deploy it all03:01
vysmithro: amp chip = redmere stuff?03:02
jeamithro: the atlys sounds alright for testing cameras though. i'll get the one at home working and see what it does with these03:02
mithrojea: Yeah, the idea is deployment is, open case, pull out extension cables, put parasite down the front -- now you are ready to go03:02
mithrojea: My plan is that the kit which is at the back of the room is all already connected together and the actual box is the stand / tripod / desk for the camera and mixing computer03:03
mithroCarlFK: I'm going to have to head out soon.03:06
mithroCarlFK: have you successfully flash the board?03:06
mithroCarlFK: after flashing, power cycle the board and connect to the serial console, then check the version info03:08
mithroCarlFK[m]: do I have to use this one to get you notified?03:08
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): I think it flashed - trying to install minicom and i reset my password :[  tumbleweed (IRC) rawr!!!03:09
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): im not sure what nics me :p  matrix goes to my phone03:10
jeai have no idea how you managed to reset your password in the process of installing minicom, but I am very impressed03:10
CarlFK[m]the DC guys let ansible mangae the pw03:10
jeaoh right03:10
jeamaybe I used the same password as what it is, so we don't have the issue :)03:11
CarlFK[m]and it doesn't really work well03:11
jeanow for lunch03:11
mithroCarlFK[m]: it would be worth trying to see if these instructions work on a DebConf ansible built machine.03:11
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): that's what I just did03:11
mithroNow you have a semi working setup03:11
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): petty please cut/paste tose steps into somewhere official03:12
mithroCarlFK[m]: make sure you flash a different version so you can be sure it actually flashed03:12
CarlFK[m]Im still tryng to see if it worked at all03:12
mithroCarlFK[m]: could you send me a pull request for the readme in mode-switch as a starting point?03:13
CarlFK[m]Ill open an issue03:14
mithroThings are more likely to happen if you send a pull request03:14
CarlFK[m]minicom: cannot open /dev/hdmi2usb/by-num/all0/tty: No such file or directory03:15
CarlFK[m]what should the dev be03:15
mithroHrm, that should be right03:16
mithroWhat is in /dev/hdmi2usb ?03:16
CarlFK[m]hold up, that was using the udev package that you don't trust03:17
CarlFK[m]I was trying to keep the new box 'clean'03:18
CarlFK[m]same error on clean bo03:19
CarlFK[m]box03:19
CarlFK[m]/dev/hdmi2usb/by-num/all0/usbdev -> ../../../bus/usb/001/01203:20
mithroNeed dmesg output03:21
mithroAnd a lsusb output would also be useful03:22
CarlFK[m]http://paste.ubuntu.com/25151243/03:22
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mithroPlus a LS -lR of everything under /Dev/hdmi2usb03:22
mithroCan you power cycle the Opsis and the give me all of the above?03:23
CarlFK[m]wow, there is a ton more stuff under  /dev/hdmi2usb/ now03:24
CarlFK[m]but sill minicom: cannot open /dev/hdmi2usb/by-num/all0/tty: No such file or directory03:25
CarlFK[m]so logs coming ...03:25
mithroDid you power cycle the Opsis after flashing?03:25
CarlFK[m]just now when you said03:25
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): http://paste.ubuntu.com/25151258/03:27
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mithroCarlFK[m]: you should be connecting to tty0 not just tty03:29
mithroCarlFK[m]: As well I was actually after the permission of the files under /dev/hdmi2usb03:29
CarlFK[m]         built: Jul 22 2017 14:57:3403:31
CarlFK[m]yay03:31
mithroThe version number is more interesting?03:33
CarlFK[m]too late - I am trying an atyly now03:33
mithroCarlFK[m]: in theory the process is the same for the Atlys, but you also need to flash the FX2 with the HDMI2USB.hex if you want things to "work out the box" - otherwise you have to load it via fxload after every power cycle03:34
mithroFlashing the FX2 can potentially "brick" your device (not really, but will make it *very* hard to recover)03:35
mithropaddatrapper: can you look at getting our USB IDs into the upstream database?03:36
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): atlys DNA = 100111110110110011101111111000101010101000001010001011000 (0x13ed9dfc5541458)03:38
CarlFK[m]hdmi2usb-mode-switch --mode=serial ... AssertionError: serial mode only valid on the opsis.03:38
mithrohttp://www.linux-usb.org/usb-ids.html03:38
tpbTitle: The USB ID Repository (at www.linux-usb.org)03:38
mithroCarlFK[m]: you can switch to serial mode on an Atlys like it says...03:38
mithroThe above DNA looks right for the Atlys...03:39
CarlFK[m]oh03:39
CarlFK[m]ah, got it03:39
mithro0x13 is a good number :-)03:39
CarlFK[m]do I need to un/plug the usb to connect to it?03:40
CarlFK[m]http://paste.ubuntu.com/25151321/03:41
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CarlFK[m]that is about what I saw last time03:41
mithroCarlFK[m]: That means you need to load/flash the FX203:43
CarlFK[m]oh right03:44
mithroCarlFK[m]: can you try "hdmi2usb-find-board -v" btw?03:44
CarlFK[m]http://paste.ubuntu.com/25151342/03:45
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mithroDigilent Atlys in 'jtag' mode at /dev/bus/usb/001/028 -- Serial port at /dev/ttyXRUSB003:46
mithroCarlFK[m]: If you run it when you have the Opsis plugged in, it should tell you the state...03:46
CarlFK[m]hdmi2usb-find-board --load-fx2-firmware (filename)03:46
mithro(IE It is in production mode...)03:46
CarlFK[m]what is the  filename ?03:47
CarlFK[m]er03:47
CarlFK[m]not find board...03:47
mithroCarlFK[m]: That just loads it temporarily03:47
mithroCarlFK[m]: hdmi2usb.hex03:47
CarlFK[m]AssertionError: hdmi2usb.hex not found in ['', '/home/juser/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt/archive/master/v0.0.3-730-gf9c031d/atlys/hdmi2usb/lm32', '/home/juser/HDMI2USB-mode-switch/hdmi2usb/firmware']03:47
CarlFK[m][email protected]:~/HDMI2USB-firmware-prebuilt/atlys/firmware/unstable$ ls03:47
CarlFK[m]flash.bin  gateware  logs  sha256sum.txt  software03:47
mithroWhich doesn't appear to be in that directory.....03:47
mithroCarlFK[m]: well, that is something I need to fix but I'm already should have left ~48 minutes ago03:48
CarlFK[m]k - I'll try to find a ver that has it03:49
mithroCarlFK[m]: I'm heading out now, will be semi-avaliable on my phone for the next 30ish minutes03:51
CarlFK[m]k03:51
mithroCarlFK[m]: That hdmi2usb.hex missing is a side affect of nobody testing the latest stuff on the Atlys frequently03:51
CarlFK[m]./v0.0.0-701-gb6007e9/atlys/hdmi2usb/hdmi2usb.hex03:53
CarlFK[m]./v0.0.2-81-gd0d3aea/atlys/hdmi2usb/hdmi2usb.hex03:53
CarlFK[m]which is more current?03:53
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): both have atlys_hdmi2usb-hdmi2usbsoc-atlys.bin, no flash.bin03:56
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): should I bother with these versions?03:56
mithroThe second one is newer03:58
mithroYou should be able to use the HDMI2USB.hex from that older version with the new firmware03:59
CarlFK[m]loaded file /home/juser/HDMI2USB-mode-switch/hdmi2usb/firmware/spartan6/atlys/bscan_spi_xc6slx45.bit to pld device 0 in 4s 338695us04:01
CarlFK[m]Info : JTAG tap: xc6s.tap tap/device found: 0x44008093 (mfg: 0x049 (Xilinx), part: 0x4008, ver: 0x4)04:01
CarlFK[m]Error: Unknown flash device (ID 0x00ffffff)04:01
CarlFK[m]should I care about that?04:01
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): mincom connected to soemthing, but enter etc doesn't show anything04:03
mithroUnknown flash device means it didn't flash04:04
CarlFK[m]but now I see the ton of devices under /dev/hdmi2usb/04:04
CarlFK[m]oh04:04
mithroHave you flashed this Atlys before?04:04
CarlFK[m]not suer really04:04
mithroI'm pretty sure you have not04:05
mithroI'm betting it has the default digilent firmware still on it04:06
mithroCarlFK[m]: so you'll need to do that first flash dance that you have in your wiki04:06
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): do what first?04:08
mithroCarlFK[m]: that should be added to the docs here -> https://github.com/timvideos/HDMI2USB-litex-firmware/blob/master/getting-started.md#common-errors04:09
tpbTitle: HDMI2USB-litex-firmware/getting-started.md at master · timvideos/HDMI2USB-litex-firmware · GitHub (at github.com)04:09
CarlFK[m]no one is going to look there04:10
mithroCarlFK: you have the info in your wiki at https://github.com/CarlFK/HDMI2USB-mode-switch/wiki04:10
tpbTitle: Home · CarlFK/HDMI2USB-mode-switch Wiki · GitHub (at github.com)04:10
mithroCarlFK: anyone setting up the dev environment should be looking there04:11
mithroCarlFK: and those people I care about a lot more04:11
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): jumpers?04:12
mithroHrm?04:12
CarlFK[m]On an Atlys, you only need to touch a jumper for the first time flashing a board.04:13
CarlFK[m]still not sure what i need to do to this altys04:13
mithroUnder the "Jul 5, 2016 Atlys: When flashing" in your notes04:13
CarlFK[m]got it - looks like it is flashing04:17
mithroAlso, when connecting to the Atlys serial port, make sure it is the /dev/ttyVIZ or /dev/ttyEX port - *not* the /Dev/ttyACM one04:20
mithroAnyway, really need to run now04:21
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): flash.bin lookled ok04:21
CarlFK[m] Found exart-uarts at [LsusbDevice(04e2:1410:0003 /dev/bus/usb/001/035)] associating with Atlys at []04:21
CarlFK[m]    assert len(exart_uarts) == len(atlys_boards)04:21
CarlFK[m]AssertionError04:21
CarlFK[m]any guesese?04:21
CarlFK[m]I thought you were running already...04:21
mithroYou don't have the second USB cable plugged in04:21
CarlFK[m]yeah, get going04:22
mithroI just arrived04:22
CarlFK[m]ah, good04:22
CarlFK[m]cable was n't plugged in enough ;P04:22
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paddatrappermithro: which upstream database?06:42
mithropaddatrapper: see the link06:42
paddatrappermithro: sure, looks like it shouldn't be a problem. Are all out id's listed on that wiki page?06:44
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mithroI think so07:00
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): I have an atlys that when I power it up I get the hdmi2usb/timvideo.us (missing s) text in the upper right, thats all.07:33
CarlFK[m]so it has been flashed, just a pretty old version07:33
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): I have tired both hdmi2usb-mode-switch -v --flash-gateware flash.bin and hdmi2usb-mode-switch -v --load-fx2-firmware hdmi2usb.hex07:35
CarlFK[m]and I am out of steam or the day.  I need to get to sleep07:36
CarlFK[m]http://paste.ubuntu.com/25152282/ assert False, "{} not found in {}".format(filepath, locations)07:37
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jeaCarlFK: so I had been wondering why the machines I installed did not have the IP addresses I allocated to them in the config. Now I realise that it just uses that list to create the entries for the dhcp-server11:44
jeaso if you don't have a dhcp-server running, setup with the rules, then you don't get the things you want11:44
jeaat least it does sort of tell you that in the config https://github.com/CarlFK/video-stack-deploy/blob/master/roles/staticips/templates/interfaces.j2#L811:45
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jeaI might see if I can fix that up :)11:45
jeaalso, I would like to have an icon pack installed. It is just slightly annoying having lots of blank buttons in toolbars11:56
jeatumbleweed: I guess that is for you too11:56
jeaCarlFK: now that I have a whole lot of video, I'll need to process it. I think the simplest will be to use veyepar, because I know it has the templates for all that. What is the best way for me to install it and start using it?12:20
jeaalso, is this the script you use for spitting out the processed videos? https://github.com/CarlFK/veyepar/blob/master/dj/scripts/encode_scripts/mpeg-high1.sh12:20
tpbTitle: veyepar/mpeg-high1.sh at master · CarlFK/veyepar · GitHub (at github.com)12:20
jeaalso, the sony hxr-nx100 is a pretty nice camera.12:48
jeaworked nicely with the opsis and the output quality is excellent12:48
CarlFK[m]jea: veyepar-basic14:14
CarlFK[m]jea: veyepar-secrets is .. I am still trying to figure out how to do that nicely,14:16
CarlFK[m]I have my veyepar clone on my laptop where I edit/set all my passwords.   run ansible on my laptop and it copies those files to the target box14:18
CarlFK[m]plan B: # - veyepar-secrets https://github.com/CarlFK/video-stack-deploy/blob/master/site.yml#L4614:21
tpbTitle: video-stack-deploy/site.yml at master · CarlFK/video-stack-deploy · GitHub (at github.com)14:21
CarlFK[m]ansible the target, ssh to it and setup the passwords you need.  (which may be nothing depending on what you are doing)14:21
CarlFK[m]https://github.com/CarlFK/veyepar/blob/master/README#L117  10. encode files to upload                       enc.py:# encodes to ogg, flv, m4v, webm, mpeg14:24
tpbTitle: veyepar/README at master · CarlFK/veyepar · GitHub (at github.com)14:24
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CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): unstable -> ../../archive/master/v0.0.3-730-gf9c031d/atlys/hdmi2usb/lm32 seems broken23:19
CarlFK[m]mithro (IRC): is there a plan for flagging it as "don't bother" ?23:20
CarlFK[m]um.. can someone help me get my atlys working again?23:58
CarlFK[m]powere it up, plugged in to hdmi monitor, saw timvideo.us over colorbars23:59
CarlFK[m]hdmi2usb-mode-switch -v --flash-gateware flash.bin - screen went black23:59

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