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#531
Originally Posted by javispedro View Post
Also other than a mailing list I'd also ask putting the kernel module sources in a repo (they're GPLv2 after all).
Where can we find these exactly?
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Originally Posted by nowave7 View Post
Where can we find these exactly?
SDK's MBX_Linux_KM directory.
 

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Originally Posted by javispedro View Post
SDK's MBX_Linux_KM directory.
Ok, got it. Thanks.
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#534
Originally Posted by javispedro View Post
All my tests have been done on a N810.
May be.
I fashed PROVIDED kernel, boot from internal flash, loaded PROVIDED kernel modules (no other modules was loaded),
created devices using PROVIDED script, used PROVIDED shared libraries, started PROVIDED mbxdaemon
Doesn't work.
My conclusion is you use something different from me.
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18e2ef1aacbaff14f7dd9bce09bad65e OMAP24xx_MBX_K2621_N8xx_v3535630.zip
 
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#535
As stated above, currently a lot of magic is involved. I suspect that there are some other things running, preventing us to run these tests as javispedro has done. And I am too lazy to reflash the entire device, just to (at the moment) have glinfo show me some outputs.
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I've wrote that I use rootfs on SD.
My system on NAND flash is as just after new reflashed
 
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So did you try to boot with usb cable attached so that cards are never mounted at boot time as suggested by javispedro? You can do it even when booting from SD. if you see the allocation failure in kernel log then nothing can be done except trying to run less stuff at boot time so memory does not get fragmented. I'd try to disable some stuff in /etc/init.d (metalayer-crawler0, tablet-browser-daemon, maybe media-player-daemon), disable home screen applets, disable wi-fi autoconnection and don't use network, disable sounds ...
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I wrote that I boot from NAND and load mbxaccess and omaplcd modules while there are no other modules loaded.
 
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I stop all daemon on tablet I can stop.
start glinfo
dmesg:
[ 7474.968750] No flipbuffers
[ 7474.968750] mbxdaemon: page allocation failure. order:8, mode:0xd0
[ 7474.968750] [<c002c178>] (dump_stack+0x0/0x14) from [<c0082084>] (__alloc_pages+0x2c0/0x2d4)
[ 7474.968750] [<c0081dc4>] (__alloc_pages+0x0/0x2d4) from [<c002dd40>] (__dma_alloc+0x184/0x3e4)
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#540
I can see what you wrote but I fail to see the connection to the problem and to suggestions that were given to you. It does not matter what you boot from or which modules are loaded.

EDIT: It does not help to stop/unload/unmount/whatever anything. It must never be started at boot time.
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