[LAU] Google TV device w/ AV out
pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Sat Jun 29 00:58:19 UTC 2013
On Fri, June 28, 2013 11:52 pm, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
> On 06/19/2013 03:39 PM, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
>> On 06/19/2013 12:08 AM, Dan MacDonald wrote:
>>> That's what I expected, seeing how little success I've had on my
>>> with J2 git. Have you tried J1 too?
>> Ok, got Jack1 running. Recompiled the kernel without debugging and
>> disabled WiFi. I now see I can also tweak the IRQ threads, nice.
> Just an update. Getting things stable is quite some work actually but
> I'm slowly getting there. I've stripped the kernel config a bit further
> and have a good starting point now. Some findings:
> * RT patch doesn't apply cleanly. I've hacked my way through it but
> can't get it to compile.
What are the error messages?
> * I've tried using threadirqs but then the stick wouldn't boot (couldn't
> find any rootfs to load from MMC). Applied this patch:
> Then I get threaded IRQs but it's not much of an improvement, the USB
> IRQ that has the WiFi connected to it consumes a lot of CPU and I can't
> get JACK to run stable. I did try prioritizing IRQs with rtirq but it
> didn't make any difference, the board seems to run better without
> threaded IRQs.
> * Tried dwc_otg.speed=1 as a kernel parameter, no improvement.
> * This thing doesn't have serial console access, I've tried all possible
> pads, vias and pins but no joy :( I did manage to solder a button on the
> board that allows me to directly boot into flash mode which is already
> quite convenient.
> * No ethernet access, only WiFi. But enabling WiFi means JACK won't run
> properly. Also tried an external USB dongle, same problems basically.
What is the wifi chipset?
> * So I have to work using the HDMI connection and a keyboard. Had to
> disable blanking otherwise JACK would crash.
> Well, that last example sums it all up I guess, this board isn't really
> made for doing real-time audio. Unless people prove me wrong, I'd love
> to hear what other people's experiences are. Any tips, ideas,
> suggestions? I'm now glazing at amsynth 1.4.0 running headless while
> JACK occasionally spits out 'delay of .... usecs exceeds estimated spare
> time of .....; restart ...' messages and that with jackd -P84 -p32
> -t2000 -dalsa -n3 -p128 -s
What happens at higher period values and if you disable duplex mode?
> I HAVE to use the ALSA -s (softmode) option otherwise the whole USB
> stack locks up. Pffff, maybe I should buy a board that does work, like
> the pcDuino or BeagleBone Black.
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