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<Ashy> nice, I'll probably pick one up when they're available
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<samueldr> thank you lopsided98 for the review
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<andi-> uhh that power button so close to backspace :D
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<samueldr> as a cost cutting measure, it's more and more common to see that there :/
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<kai_w> <nixos-19.03>.linux_rpi doesn't seem to be available from cache.nixos.org. I think it was a week or so ago, has anything changed?
<samueldr> aarch64 I assume, it seems that there was an error in understanding how limited supported systems are implemented in NixOS and that means that right now the aarch64 set isn't built entirely; only what's needed :/
<samueldr> (my bad)
<samueldr> so yeah, it's likely not to be built for stable :/
<samueldr> tilpner: you still have the pinebook, right? from the logs looks like it was the 1080p 11", right? anything you think I should know wrt kernel?
<samueldr> u-boot is fine, with the updated u-boot and ATF display init works for the Pinebook
<tilpner> samueldr: Did you get one too?
<samueldr> finally yes
<kai_w> yes, aarch64. No worries, what's the best thing to do about this, given I don't have a big aarch64 to build it?
<kai_w> also is there a way to check what's been built?
<kai_w> for next time :P
<samueldr> kai_w: not sure, but I think unstable has aarch64 built entirely right now due to the way it's also building nixpkgs set, instead of only nixos
<tilpner> samueldr: I have rtl8723cs and some attempt at graphics
<samueldr> but even then I'm not 100% positive
<samueldr> you don't have a public repo for your configs, right? or at least, it's not on github
<tilpner> samueldr: Otherwise I took anarsouls kernel
<samueldr> (or I'm terrible at searching)
<samueldr> okay
<tilpner> No, but I can give you the mess that I currently have
<samueldr> I think I tracked down the patches required for the upstream kernel
<samueldr> btw, do you know how to use serial? (I do)
<tilpner> Yes
<samueldr> good
<tilpner> Haven't needed it since using anarsouls kernel
<tilpner> The display wouldn't turn on with my on kernel config though
<samueldr> if you want an updated u-boot with GFX init https://github.com/NixOS/nixpkgs/pull/61652
<{^_^}> #61652 (by samueldr, 15 hours ago, open): u-boot: 2018.09 -> 2019.04 (+ ATF update and boards)
<samueldr> won't help with the kernel; but still nice to have u-boot visible at boot
<tilpner> I'm not entirely sure, but I think it always was?
<tilpner> At least the version I used
<samueldr> weird, it wasn't for mine, had to update ATF for it to init
* tilpner hasn't fiddled with the PB in a while, waiting on zfs+5.* to work
<tilpner> Oh, right
<tilpner> I used ATF master
<samueldr> hm?
<tilpner> You could have asked ._.
<samueldr> oh, it literally was under an hour with updating u-boot
<samueldr> I just updated everything first :)
<tilpner> Ugly, I know
<kai_w> samueldr: yep, it's built on nixpkgs-unstable. could you explain a bit more regarding "limited supported systems"? I'd like to know what I should expect.
<tilpner> samueldr: Do you have wifi working?
<samueldr> kai_w: that's a nixos setting for release-combined.nix
<samueldr> tilpner: I'm now at the kernel fixing up now :) first hdmi, then looking at other stuff
<samueldr> kai_w: that setting is what builds the package set hydra builds
<tilpner> samueldr: rtl8723cs https://tx0.co/poa
<tilpner> samueldr: Put into extraModulePackages and it might work
<tilpner> Might need updating depending on kernel version
<samueldr> kai_w: and since I tested with nixos-unstable (trunk-combined) it also was using the packages from nixpkgs-unstable (trunk)
<samueldr> kai_w: but there is no equivalent for stable, no "nixpkgs-19.03", only "nixos-19.03"
<samueldr> kai_w: so basically, the explanation is that the build farm doesn't know it should build the whole aarch64 package set, and that's an error from me
<samueldr> kai_w: that was realised yesterday evening, so hm, still thinking about the right way to fix that :/
<samueldr> thanks tilpner, might help :)
<samueldr> and hmmm, yeah thanks tilpner, thought that master ATF didn't have support for A64, but turns out I had the wrong platform name and didn't know where to look :)
<kai_w> OK, I had a look at release-combined.nix and I think I get it. Thanks :)
<samueldr> note that this is mostly a configuration thing for hydra
<samueldr> it describes what hydra should build
<kai_w> yeah. I have found myself typing "nixpkgs-19.03" when i just wanted a package (and not any modules) and was a bit puzzled it only existed for unstable
<tilpner> samueldr: Oh, and make sure your PB doesn't have uneven brightness at the corners
<tilpner> Hard to see on a black background, so use the preinstalled system for that
<samueldr> didn't know I had to check that
<samueldr> it has some kind of dust or plastic bits hung from the top bezel, should be able to clean that up using a knife by disassembling the display
<tilpner> samueldr: They do replace those displays, but you have to notice early given the short warranty
<samueldr> yeah, now booting up armbian to double-check
<samueldr> double-checked, definitely fine
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<samueldr> hm, ended up using anarsoul's kernel fork for now since it seemed a bit painful to forward port all patches to 5.1 :/
<samueldr> but the internal display works fine :D