Jeff Liu | 1 Mar 06:47 2010

RE: #10047 NORM Not Tri: Conexant chip needs ID in node 1

Thank you sir.

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Subject: Re: #10047 NORM Not Tri: Conexant chip needs ID in node 1

#10047: Conexant chip needs ID in node 1
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           Reporter:  wmb <at> firmworks.com    |       Owner:  wmb <at> firmworks.com
               Type:  defect               |      Status:  new              
           Priority:  normal               |   Milestone:  Not Triaged      
          Component:  ofw - open firmware  |     Version:  not specified    
         Resolution:                       |    Keywords:                   
        Next_action:  test in build        |    Verified:  0                
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Martin Langhoff | 1 Mar 15:41 2010
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Re: Where is Sugar 0.82 used besides in the OLPC ?

On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 7:58 AM, Mikus Grinbergs <mikus <at> bga.com> wrote:
> I came across a remark to the effect that "Works with Sugar 0.82"
> in an ASLO description is NOT the same as "Works with OLPC 8.2.x".

Where did you find that? I am curious as to what activity is
buggy/incompat on OLPC 8.2.x and why...

cheers,

m
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Martin Langhoff | 2 Mar 14:35 2010
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Re: [Server-devel] turn off backlight on XS-on-XO1

Good question. Could we run Paul's power daemon configured to dim
screen completely if there is no VT user actvity?

cc' ing Paul and devel -

m

On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 2:26 AM, Sameer Verma <sverma <at> sfsu.edu> wrote:
> Is there any way to turn off the backlight on a XS-on-XO1? Keyboard
> control doesn't do it.
>
> Sameer
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Emiliano Pastorino | 2 Mar 15:00 2010
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Skybluetero: GUI for Airtime.py

Hi everyone,

I wanted to share with you this piece of software I wrote last year and have been using here at Ceibal.
It's a GUI for Ricardo Carrano's airtime.py.

Extracted from the project's google code site:

skybluetero analyzes tcpdump or wireshark captures and plots the airtime consumption of the filtered packets (using wireshark expressions).

Some of its features:

  • Plotting results using matplotlib, allows to save the plot as an image.
  • Multiple plot styles
  • Save/Load filter expressions
  • Export results to CSV
  • Many, many others to come... 
I'm barely maintaining it since it is only used at Ceibal by a couple of colleagues. They've reported a couple of bugs and I fixed them. That's it.
Maybe if someone else uses it, I may be able to upgrade it, maybe not.

Just wanted to let everyone know that you have this tool if you're analyzing wireless traffic. You can download it here.

Send me comments, suggestions or bugs if you want.

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Martin Langhoff | 2 Mar 15:32 2010
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Re: Skybluetero: GUI for Airtime.py

On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 9:00 AM, Emiliano Pastorino
<epastorino <at> plan.ceibal.edu.uy> wrote:
>> skybluetero analyzes tcpdump or wireshark captures and plots the airtime
>> consumption of the filtered packets (using wireshark expressions).

And for the record, SBT is Exactly What You Need if you are trying to
diagnose *why* your wifi frequency is saturated.

One would naively think that a conventional "look at the packets" is
enough, but different traffic takes different airtime (some of it is
modulated r e a l l y    s l o w). And wireless is all about airtime.

So get SBT. Now!

m
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Paul Fox | 2 Mar 20:34 2010

Re: [Server-devel] turn off backlight on XS-on-XO1

martin wrote:
 > Good question. Could we run Paul's power daemon configured to dim
 > screen completely if there is no VT user actvity?

yes, that would probably work.  there's no X11 requirement in kbdshim
or powerd.   but to be clear:  is the requirement for blanking after
an idle period?  or do you just want a command to blank the screen?
because the latter can be created pretty easily.

paul

 > 
 > cc' ing Paul and devel -
 > 
 > m
 > 
 > On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 2:26 AM, Sameer Verma <sverma <at> sfsu.edu> wrote:
 > > Is there any way to turn off the backlight on a XS-on-XO1? Keyboard
 > > control doesn't do it.
 > >
 > > Sameer
 > > --
 > > Dr. Sameer Verma, Ph.D.
 > > Associate Professor, Information Systems
 > > Director, Campus Business Solutions
 > > San Francisco State University
 > > http://verma.sfsu.edu/
 > > http://cbs.sfsu.edu/
 > > http://is.sfsu.edu/
 > > _______________________________________________
 > > Server-devel mailing list
 > > Server-devel <at> lists.laptop.org
 > > http://lists.laptop.org/listinfo/server-devel
 > >
 > 
 > 
 > 
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 >  martin <at> laptop.org -- School Server Architect
 >  - ask interesting questions
 >  - don't get distracted with shiny stuff  - working code first
 >  - http://wiki.laptop.org/go/User:Martinlanghoff

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Martin Langhoff | 2 Mar 20:57 2010
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Re: [Server-devel] turn off backlight on XS-on-XO1

On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 2:34 PM, Paul Fox <pgf <at> laptop.org> wrote:
> yes, that would probably work.  there's no X11 requirement in kbdshim
> or powerd.   but to be clear:  is the requirement for blanking after
> an idle period?  or do you just want a command to blank the screen?
> because the latter can be created pretty easily.

I want it on idle :-)

m
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Stefan Unterhauser | 2 Mar 21:52 2010

Re: Weekly Infrastructure Meeting Reminder

Weekly Infrastructure meeting:
Volunteer Infrastructure Gang (http://olpcorps.org/ ),
Sugarlabs Infrastructure Team (http://sugarlabs.org/ ),
and TreeHousers (http://me.etin.gs/treehouse/ )

#startmeeting
#info Date: 2010-03-02
#info Time: 21:00 UTC (16:00 EST, 22:00 CET)
#info Agenda: http://openetherpad.org/VnVycULWZt
#info Location: #treehouse on irc.oftc.net
#link http://embed.mibbit.com/?server=irc.oftc.net&channel=%23treehouse
#endmeeting

Usefull Links:
LastAgenda: http://openetherpad.org/pISqKnKxeT
LastLog: http://me.etin.gs/treehouse/treehouse.log.20100223_1603.html
LastMinutes: http://me.etin.gs/treehouse/treehouse.minutes.20100223_1603.html
NextAgenda: http://openetherpad.org/zq5xvuTmwB

cu
dogi
Paul Fox | 3 Mar 00:16 2010

Re: [Server-devel] turn off backlight on XS-on-XO1

martin wrote:
 > On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 2:34 PM, Paul Fox <pgf <at> laptop.org> wrote:
 > > yes, that would probably work.  there's no X11 requirement in kbdshim
 > > or powerd.   but to be clear:  is the requirement for blanking after
 > > an idle period?  or do you just want a command to blank the screen?
 > > because the latter can be created pretty easily.
 > 
 > I want it on idle :-)

i figured.  :-)

unfortunately kernel console blanking was never tied to the dcon --
i think it's one of several issues with bare console use on the
XO.  (the console has never been a priority.)

you can install olpc-kbdshim and olpc-powerd, and adjust the
powerd config to never dim and/or blank the display without ever
suspending.  the fedora F9 packages should work for this.

paul
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James Cameron | 3 Mar 00:53 2010

Re: [Server-devel] turn off backlight on XS-on-XO1

On Tue, Mar 02, 2010 at 06:16:09PM -0500, Paul Fox wrote:
> unfortunately kernel console blanking was never tied to the dcon --
> i think it's one of several issues with bare console use on the
> XO.  (the console has never been a priority.)

Console blanking does work on XO-1 B2 with build 406, so it was
something removed since then.  ;-)

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