Wednesday, 2018-09-26

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T4<adampigg> Mal, afaict, oem isnt listed in fstab.qcom05:55
T4<adampigg> That looks like the one on my pc06:05
mal@adampigg it has to come from somewhere, maybe some .rc file?09:16
T4<adampigg> Mal, ... And it says ext409:39
Mister_Magisterif i port lineage and sfos to 5z there will be no more powerdful device with sfos in the world09:41
Mister_Magister5z is already most powerful android device09:42
mgroverMister_Magister, not if I do the mi mix 2 first :P09:49
mgrovertechnically guhl got to UI already on a cm14.1 port :P09:49
Mister_Magistermgrover: but mi mix 2 is weaker09:50
mgroverhow so?09:50
Mister_Magistersnap 835? hah how weak09:51
mgroverahh thought it was the 845 hmmm might have to by the mi mix 3 now :P09:51
r0kk3rzget it working first09:51
r0kk3rzthen you can brag09:51
mgrovertherre is that :P09:51
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Mister_Magisterbecause of android development i only get more reasons to kms09:52
ghosalmartinkiss my teeth? :P09:52
Mister_Magisterkill myself09:53
ghosalmartinahh i have some advice on that front...dont09:54
Mister_Magisterporting android leads to doing that xD09:56
Mister_Magisterghosalmartin: tell me why dtbo.img is not found09:56
ghosalmartinsounds like a kernel thing?09:57
Mister_Magisternot exactly sfos related but kernel related to maybe someone will have idea (im out of ideas)
malMister_Magister: maybe TARGET_NEEDS_DTBOIMAGE is related to that?11:31
Mister_Magisterits set to true11:31
maldo you need that image?11:32
Mister_Magisterit should be generated i think11:34
Mister_Magisteri have seen that11:34
Mister_MagisterThe dtbo.img is built with "make dtbo.img". Allow automatically building it when setting TARGET_NEEDS_DTBOIMAGE to true11:35
Mister_Magisterso it should be generated11:35
Mister_Magisterbut make dtbo.img says there is no rule to make it11:35
* Mister_Magister has no idea whatsoever11:40
malThaodan: could at least test your PRs before doing those, again a typo here tha breaks the whole thing
Mister_Magistermal: thats actually required practice in development12:25
Mister_Magisteryour boss would give you hard time if you would push untested code12:25
malthat's why there is the review process in any reasonable companies12:26
* Mister_Magister has worked in only <=10 persons companies12:26
ThaodanI'm still finishing that. when you read the pr you'll see that. Sorry for typos.12:27
T4<adampigg> mal, fsck cant find an ext4 partition on oem....havnt tries alternate superblock locations, but theyre not specified in the android mount command15:46
T4<adampigg> maybe its corrupt....i could get a user to check theirs15:46
T4<adampigg> bit of a long shot being corrupt i think15:47
riniguskimmoli: I guess I should take the update into my plans. I think I can deal with it towards the end of the week.16:10
kimmolirinigus: i'm not in hurry with it. primary phone still at ... too busy with other sh*t16:28
Mister_Magistertbr: was maintaining devaamo?16:29
T4<abhishek_0> Is devaamo is device codename?16:38
T4<abhishek_0> What is it then?16:47
riniguskimmoli: understood :)16:47
r0kk3rzits just devaamo -
kimmoliand catch-a-flu16:47
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taixzomal: any news on matissewifi?17:19
T4<adampigg> r0kk3rz, youce kinda made devaamo redundant for hosting images tho!17:25
maltaixzo: no new information since last time, still need to to fix the scaling17:32
maltaixzo: which features do you need working?17:32
Mister_Magistersomebody stores android on devaamo which wasnt really allowed iirc17:33
malMister_Magister: which device?17:36
taixzomal: sound, microphone, wifi, and bluetooth should be enough for testing saera17:43
piggzmal: whatcha think about my oem ... a user reported thesame, so i doubt it is local corruption of the fs17:54
piggzmaybe i should just disable it, doesnt seem to be needed17:54
malpiggz: maybe the android is just somehow incorrectly configured and that partition should not be used17:54
piggzmal: i'll take that as an opportunity to disable it .. so,disable all the failing ones?17:59
malpiggz: should be fine18:00
T4ArixElo was added by: ArixElo18:03
T4<ArixElo> Hi. How I can port the sailfish os?18:05
T4<ArixElo> I'm on Linux right now.18:05
T4<adampigg> read the hadk preferably18:07
mal@ArixElo which device are you thinking of using? does it have some cyanogenmod or lineageos18:07
* Mister_Magister wanted to say that he should start worshiping satan18:08
piggzmal: i guess  mount-sd@mmcblk1.service should be left enabled, and someone could use an unpartitioned sd card18:13
piggzthe associated nlk1p1 service suceeds18:13
malpiggz: isn't that the android side stuff and sailfish does its own sd card handling?18:13
piggzoh, i thought it was sailfish18:14
malpiggz: hmm18:14
piggzmal: yeah, i think thats from udisks218:17
malpiggz: looks like it18:18
piggzmal: so, i'll have %define makefstab_skip_entries /dev/bfqio /dev/cpuctl /dev/stune /oem18:18
piggzugh, a hal rebuild18:20
piggzand at then end, i'll still ahve systemd in a degraded state!18:20
piggzjust a bit less degraded18:21
malwondering why the sdcard service fail18:21
piggzmal: only the service for the block device fails, not the partition service18:23
piggz● mount-sd@mmcblk1.service                                                               loaded failed     failed    Handle udisks sd mount18:24
piggz  mount-sd@mmcblk1p1.service                                                             loaded active     exited    Handle udisks sd mount18:24
piggzclearly, udisks shouldnt have tried to mount the block device18:24
malhmm, why is there such a service18:24
piggzwhat else does sd handling?18:25
malpiggz: I think that is a bug in the sailfish changes to udisks218:27
piggzmal: seems like a fair contender for bugzilla18:28
malpiggz: I think the wildcard should be mmcblk[0-9]p* instead of mmcblk1*18:28
piggzmal: though, it is possbe to just stick a filesystem on the device, not in a partition18:29
malpiggz: not sure18:30
T4<ArixElo> @mal [@ArixElo which device are you thinking of usin …], Yes, it has. … And it is a Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus. … But it has a unofficial sources.18:31
piggzmal: also, should it not be blk[1-9] so as to miss out the internal mmc18:32
r0kk3rzbetter to pair it with udev so it only picks out actual sd cards18:33
T4<ArixElo> So, it has to be ported or not?18:34
malas long as you have a working cm or lineage and the sources for that then porting sailfish should be possible18:34
malpiggz: maybe do some testing with that rule file18:36
piggzi wonder if you could write a rule to match eg blk1 if there was no pX afer it, or blk1pX  if there was18:39
malnot sure how easy that would be18:42
T4<ArixElo> I have a problem. … When I do a creating a folder $UBUNTU_CHROOT  … mkdir showing this: … missing operand … What can I do?18:48
malwhen doing this
T4<ArixElo> @mal [when doing this …], When doing hadk configuration18:52
malwhich chapter?18:53
malyou mean chapter 4.3.1?18:53
T4<abhishek_0> @ArixElo hey don't use reply feature on Freenode relay bot, it doesn't look good on the irc :)18:56
T4<ArixElo> @abhishek_0 [@ArixElo hey don't use reply feature on Freeno …], Ok, sorry for that. … I writing right now on irc18:56
T4<abhishek_0> No meant if you want to reply to someone, just use their username , like : mal how you doing ?18:58
r0kk3rz@ArixElo: is that a exynos device?19:03
T4<ArixElo> mal are you there?19:15
r0kk3rzif you have a question, just ask19:15
T4<ArixElo> How can I fix the error missing operand when I doing a 4.3.1 chapter?19:16
r0kk3rzprint the whole output19:17
T4<ArixElo> sudo mkdir -p $UBUNTU_CHROOT                 … mkdir: missing operand … Try `mkdir --help' for more information.19:19
r0kk3rzim going to guess your $UBUNTU_CHROOT variable is empty19:20
r0kk3rzcheck your hadk.env19:20
T4<ArixElo> how to check it?19:21
T4<abhishek_0> And you don't need sudo19:21
T4<ArixElo> ok19:21
T4<abhishek_0> @ArixElo cat ~/.hadk.env19:21
T4<ArixElo> cat: /home/arix/.hadk.env: No such file or directory … how to create it?19:22
r0kk3rzthats like the first thing you do in the HADK19:23
T4<ArixElo> what?19:24
r0kk3rzyou are following the HADK pdf right?19:27
mal@ArixElo the pdf you download from here
piggzmal: new update and im down to 2 failed services19:33
malpiggz: which ones?19:34
piggzdnsmasq and the sdcard block device19:34
malok, dnsmasq is something I have to think about, it's pulled by anbox but not really needed afaik19:34
piggzmal: so, if its used by anbox, likely users wont have that19:38
T4<ArixElo> r0kk3rz i created the hadk.env … but how to create a variable ubuntu chroot?19:39
malpiggz: yep19:39
mal@ArixElo the pdf will tell that when you reach the correct chapter19:40
piggzmal: lilely, without anbox, and if i remove my sdcard, it will be a healthy state19:42
piggzalso, if i format my sd without a partition it would also be healthy19:42
T4<samyy (MISSING @USERNAME!> (Voice, 4s)
r0kk3rzvoice messages, seriously?20:55
piggzr0kk3rz: goddamn kids, get off my lawn!21:01
r0kk3rzpretty much yeah21:02

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