Wednesday, 2020-01-22

T42<picolopoco> (Photo, 1280x570)
T42<picolopoco> please help me08:00
T42<birdzhang> Check logs, and pls use pastebin insted of paste pictures08:16
T42<picolopoco> @birdzhang [Check logs, and pls use pastebin insted of pas …], yes08:38
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T42julientmp was added by: julientmp09:43
T42<julientmp> Hi, this is probably a better group that the fan club for this question.09:45
T42<julientmp> I am sorry that I didn't take time to check this myself but I would like to get into it only if it's possible and would like to know from people who have already ported some devices.09:45
T42<julientmp> Would this method work for Xiaomi mi2, considering that there is a 3.x build working on it?09:45
T42<julientmp> Of course, it might require modifications09:46
Danct12_i wouldn't recommend you flashing something that wasn't designed for your phone09:47
Danct12_because different blobs, different device tree and such09:47
Danct12_even worse it could "permanently" bricking a phone, so just stay with community port for the best09:48
T42<julientmp> Thank you for the advice.I don't know if it's allowed to ask but how hard would it be to get the keyboard and some kind of android compatibility from a license I would buy to a community port? This is really the thing that is blocking me from becoming a user and probably future contributor to the project. I don't want to use another09:53
T42 phone but I really need those 2 things so I don't have to carry 2 phones. Please let me know if you can only reply privately09:53
Danct12_no idea about aliendalvik, through i dont think it's even legal to discuss this here anyway09:56
Danct12_but i think it's possible to buy a license and install the package, jolla doesn't make aliendalvik fyi09:57
Danct12_though iirc @birdzhang is making an alternative to that called anbox09:58
T42<julientmp> Ah that's nice09:58
T42<julientmp> It would be nice if Jolla could offer this option so we don't have to discuss it :p09:59
Danct12_maybe you can email the company that made aliendalvik09:59
Danct12_though no idea if they'll offer you a license10:00
Danct12_this is the company that made it10:00
T42<julientmp> Thank you10:00
T42<NotKit> @julientmp [Thank you for the advice.I don't know if it's …], in practice it depends if your port Android base version matches official device10:02
T42<picolopoco> here10:02
T42<picolopoco> Log Errors10:02
Danct12_picolopoco: which command did you run to get this error?10:03
T42<NotKit> ERROR: CONFIG_DUMMY is invalid10:03
T42<NotKit> Value is: y10:03
T42<NotKit> Allowed values : n10:03
T42<NotKit> should be self-explaining10:04
Danct12_@NotKit make hybris-hal runs this check?10:04
Danct12_dunno that10:04
T42RealDanct12 was added by: RealDanct1210:05
T42<NotKit> Danct12_, building droid-hal-device does10:05
T42<RealDanct12> ah10:06
T42<picolopoco> all command here :
T42<RealDanct12> @picolopoco [all command here : …], ERROR: CONFIG_DUMMY is invalid10:08
T42<RealDanct12> Value is: y10:08
T42<RealDanct12> Allowed values : n10:08
T42<RealDanct12> just set that to n10:08
T42<RealDanct12> and recompile hybris-hal, which shouldn't take too long because you already compiled it all10:08
T42<RealDanct12> then come back and build_packages.sh10:09
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [ERROR: CONFIG_DUMMY is invalid10:11
T42<picolopoco> Value is: y10:11
T42<picolopoco> All …], yes wait10:11
T42<picolopoco> (Sticker, 512x429)
T42<picolopoco> Thanks U10:11
T42<picolopoco> (Sticker, 512x512)
T42<RealDanct12> thekit was the one figured it out first10:12
T42<RealDanct12> not me10:12
T42<julientmp> Thank you for the tip @NotKit. It's probably not worth the effort because the port is based on Android 5.10:12
T42<julientmp> Would somebody know if SailfishOS has secure boot support on any device?10:12
T42<RealDanct12> all i do is giving you a bad time10:12
KabouikAnyone knows if SFOS supports hevc hardware decoding? I tried the files from and only the h264 files can be played in Gallery and Pico Player.10:12
T42<RealDanct12> @julientmp [Thank you for the tip @NotKit. It's probably n …], secure boot? what is that?10:13
KabouikKodi, from open repos, seems to play all files but I am guessing it uses SW decoding only.10:13
T42<RealDanct12> it doesn't do anything10:13
malThaodan: ping, do you have time at some point to check my comments here
asriel<T42 "<julientmp> Would somebody know "> It doesn't matter if it's secure boot, SailfishOS will just boot like any normal Android OS10:14
Kabouik "[codec] Add support for H.265/HEVC decoder."10:15
asrielExcept some services like qseecomd being very rude and not letting lipstick ui to boot10:15
KabouikSo I guess that's my answer10:15
asriel@RealDanct12, nice joke, we know.10:16
asrielBy the way, all ARM64 devices have secure boot10:16
T42<picolopoco> @picolopoco [ …], new log10:16
T42<picolopoco> 😭😭😭😭10:16
T42<elros34> Kabouik I saw at tmo that your making some hacks for fxtec keyboard backlight. You know mce can handle this, just a matter of configuration.10:16
T42<RealDanct12> @picolopoco [new log], what is this android base?10:16
T42<RealDanct12> hybris-[14,15,16]?10:17
KabouikI didn't elros34, I was planning on it but Mosen was quicker. I think @NotKit planned on looking at MCE, but didn't get the time yet10:17
T42<elros34> @RealDanct12 probablt he didn't update dhd submodule10:17
T42<elros34> Kabouik: this might be enough:
T42<julientmp> asriel I was asking in the sense that parts of the OS could be tamper proof outside given signed releases but I guess that would make things hard to fiddle with. Maybe I am mistaking with locked bootloaders. One example of what I mean is grapheneos10:18
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [what is this android base?], 15.110:18
T42<picolopoco> For U10:18
KabouikThanks a lot elros34, I'll have a look at it and I transmitted it to @mosen on the SFOS Pro¹ discord channel too10:19
KabouikAlso, I need to reply in some issues I opened in your sailfish_ubu_chroot repo, I tried Kwin + libhybris but no success so far, didn't find the time to detail yet.10:20
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [hybris-[14,15,16]?], Android 8.1 [ Oreo ]10:20
T42<picolopoco> LineageOS10:20
T42<picolopoco> => Hybbris-15.110:20
KabouikAt the moment, I think the vast majority of people running SFOS on the Pro¹ are using your chroot scripts @elros34, this really makes a great combination. I hope you get one in the future.10:21
T42<RealDanct12> weird hybris-15.1 shouldn't need any patches10:21
KabouikThe vast majority of a handful of SFOS users actually, erm.10:21
T42<RealDanct12> i looked it up and there was someone from the last decade here with the same error10:21
T42<RealDanct12> jtumano  /home/jan/hadk/system/core/include/private/android_filesystem_config.h:50:31: fatal error: private/fs_config.h: No such file or directory  19:2710:21
T42<RealDanct12> jtumano  i'vefixed it by removing private/ because fs_config was in same folder10:21
T42<elros34> @picolopoco go to dhd dir and run git log10:21
T42<picolopoco> @elros34 [@picolopoco go to dhd dir and run git log], okay10:22
Kabouik@elros34, it seems systemd-nspawn can work on the Pro¹ and the ext4 rootfs built using your scripts, someone already managed to get to log in in shell10:23
T42<picolopoco> (Photo, 1280x357)
T42<picolopoco> @elros34 [@picolopoco go to dhd dir and run git log], I Can't Run10:24
T42<RealDanct12> that looks pretty broken10:24
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [weird hybris-15.1 shouldn't need any patches], All For Here . and repo name : xxxxxx-new10:25
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [that looks pretty broken], yes10:25
T42<picolopoco> 😭😭😭😭10:25
T42<RealDanct12> delete the dhd folder and add submodule again10:25
T42<RealDanct12> you probably messed it up while reading hadk10:25
T42<RealDanct12> go back to section 7.1 in the pdf10:27
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [you probably messed it up while reading hadk], I Have Watched 2 Times At An Evening And What I Understand By 35%10:28
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [go back to section 7.1 in the pdf], this. Does hybris-16 work with any device ???10:30
T42<RealDanct12> there's several ports based on hybris-1610:31
T42<RealDanct12> but for my case with my redmi 4x santoni, it fails10:31
T42<picolopoco> I Se. Try It With Hybris 1610:33
KabouikAwesome @elros34, your mce config file works on the Pro¹ for kb backlight!10:33
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [but for my case with my redmi 4x santoni, it f …], i user whyred 😄😄😄😄10:33
KabouikI'll post it in the corresponding issue tracker10:33
T42<elros34> great10:35
KabouikThat's awesome really, one fewer issue!10:36
asrielI just realized that you have to unlock your phone in order for the usb netwrok interface to show up10:38
T42<RealDanct12> it's a security feature10:39
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T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [it's a security feature], i try Hybris-16.011:00
T42<elros34> better stick to 15, just follow hadk and create new droid-hal and droid-config repo. Do not use existing from different device or 2 years old like current droid-hal repos in your github11:08
T42<RealDanct12> or 14.1, as both are considered as "stable"11:09
T42<RealDanct12> 16.0 doesn't boot properly for me anyway11:10
T42<RealDanct12> but why use 14.1 when you can use 15.111:10
T42<NotKit> what benefits do using newer Android versions as port base give for older devices except possible increase in RAM usage?11:16
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [but why use 14.1 when you can use 15.1], I Tried To Mount. You Also Use xiaomi. It looks like you can help. You Can Find My Device Device Tree whyred Android 7.1.111:17
T42<picolopoco> Pleasw11:17
T42<picolopoco> I Can't Find Device Tree. And The Android Part I Don't Care About. Android 6 Also. Important Here Is SailfishOS11:18
T42<RealDanct12> each device are configured differently, santoni tree can't be used on whyred11:20
T42<RealDanct12> and just stick with 15.1 device tree if you can11:21
T42<picolopoco> (Photo, 640x1280)
T42<picolopoco> 😭😭😭11:21
T42<picolopoco> Should I call it luck or something ???11:21
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [and just stick with 15.1 device tree if you ca …], Should I call it luck or something ???11:21
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [each device are configured differently, santon …], Should I call it luck or something ???11:22
T42<picolopoco> 😭😭😭😭11:22
asrielQuestion is why the hell are you using hybris-14.1, just stick with hybris-15.111:23
asrielAnd also there's no luck, if you're doing embedded development such as this, you need to have DETERMINATION.11:23
T42<picolopoco> @asriel [Question is why the hell are you using hybris- …],
T42<picolopoco> @asriel [Question is why the hell are you using hybris- …], Please Help Me :(11:25
asrielGive outout of `ls /home/sfos/Sailfish/src/system/core/include/private`11:25
asrielOh and you also need to run `make hybris-hal` in HABUILD_SDK, have you done that yet?11:26
asrielIf you don't, there's no way this is gonna work11:26
T42<picolopoco> @asriel [Oh and you also need to run `make hybris-hal` …], yes i run on Habuild11:28
T42<picolopoco> (Document)
T42<picolopoco> @asriel [Give outout of `ls /home/sfos/Sailfish/src/sys …], android_filesystem_capability.h  android_filesystem_config.h  android_logger.h  canned_fs_config.h  fs_config.h11:29
asrielYou're also missing dhd11:29
T42<picolopoco> sorry11:30
T42<picolopoco> @picolopoco [yes i run on Platform_sdk], Here11:30
asrielYou need to read HADK 7.111:30
asrielsection 7.1*11:30
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asrielThis command is to be ran on PLATFORM_SDK11:31
T42<picolopoco> @asriel [You're also missing dhd], dhd here :
T42<picolopoco> and :11:32
T42<picolopoco> @SailfishFreenodeIRCBridgeBot [* asriel: uploaded an image: image.png (7KB) < …], yes11:33
T42<picolopoco> @RealDanct12 [and just stick with 15.1 device tree if you ca …], hello12:58
T42<picolopoco> please send me device Tree You Use12:59
asrielEverything is in there13:04
T42<picolopoco> okay u13:12
T42<picolopoco> thanks13:12
T42<picolopoco> hello13:15
T42<picolopoco> Xperia™ 1013:15
T42<picolopoco> Are There Instructions or Source For This Device ???13:16
T42<edp_17> Hi guys, can somebody help me to reach @electro575 who did the port for t0lte (galaxy note2), please? Thanks.13:37
asrielThey doesn't seem to have an email associated13:42
Mister_Magister@Lukapanio everything seems fine to me14:29
Mister_Magisterexcept for not applied patch for removing mounting14:29
Danct12_where sailfishos stores it's kernel modules?14:36
Danct12_in the rootfs14:36
Mister_Magisterin /lib/modules/uname -a/14:36
Danct12_can't seem to find wlan.ko there14:37
Mister_Magisterthen you didn't built it14:37
Danct12_weird, the kernel config shows that wlan was built as a module14:37
Mister_Magisterwhat about config_modules14:38
Danct12_it's set to y14:38
Mister_Magisterand you did make hybris-boot or hybris-hal?14:39
Danct12_make hybris-hal14:39
Mister_Magisterthen read log from it, they could fail to build14:39
Mister_Magisteror run find out -name *.ko14:39
Danct12_ /home/danct12/Work/secondary_hdd/SailfishOS/hadk/out/target/product/santoni/obj/KERNEL_OBJ/drivers/staging/prima/wlan.ko14:48
Danct12_so it exists14:48
Mister_Magisterwhat about /lib/modules/whatever/prima/wlan.ko14:48
Danct12_well i'm inspecting the rootfs in a file extractor utility anyway14:49
Danct12_i can only see modules.* but no wlan.ko14:50
Mister_Magisterdid you rebuild droid-hal14:50 -dc, yes14:50
Danct12_is there anyway to check the modules in rpm files?14:50
Mister_Magisterand u built zip using it?14:50
Mister_Magisterye open rpm file14:50
Mister_Magisterark can open them14:50
Danct12_oh lmao i use ark14:51
Mister_Magisterthen use ark14:51
Mister_Magisterlook into droid-hal.rpm14:51
Danct12_hmm, i don't see them there14:52
Danct12_i'll rebuild it again14:52
Mister_Magistertry any droid-hal-*.rpn14:52
Mister_Magisterthere was droid-hal-kernel modules iirc14:52
Danct12_yep they dont contain anything useful14:56
Mister_Magisterthen it should prably be in droid-hal itself14:57
Mister_Magistertry looking in droid-hal.log14:58
Danct12_out/target/product/santoni/system/lib/modules/ also doesn't have anything useful14:58
Danct12_it's just a blank folder14:58
Mister_Magisterthat's normal i guess14:58
Danct12_i'll just run make -j9 hybris-hal once again as a last try14:59
T42<elros34> they are probably not copied:
Mister_Magisteryou have 9 cores? lmao15:00
T42<picolopoco> @Danct12_ [i'll just run make -j9 hybris-hal once again a …], wao 9 core15:01
T42<picolopoco> 😂😂😂15:01
T42<picolopoco> 👍15:01
Danct12_8 cores but i want to add one more task lmao15:01
Danct12_s/cores/threads since hyperthreading15:01
T42<picolopoco> i use 16 core15:01
Danct12_and just a bit of setup, yes i disabled meltdown/spectre patches15:01
T42<picolopoco> or 2415:02
Danct12_because i'm a retard15:02
Danct12_@elros34, yep, they're not copied15:02
Danct12_any clues where to go now?15:03
T42<elros34> add your unusuall path to and make PR15:03
T42<Lukapanio> hmm Mister_Magister why is it not working15:15
T42<Lukapanio> logcat read failure15:16
T42<elros34> @Lukapanio probably droid-hal-init fail15:25
T42<Lukapanio> yep15:26
T42<Lukapanio> could not import file '/init.zygote32.rc' from '/init.rc': No such file or directory ok?15:38
T42<elros34> we don't use zygote15:39
T42<Lukapanio> so ok?15:40
T42<elros34> yes15:41
lanodanHi, not really the best channel so feel free to point elsewhere before answering, anyone knows of a working and documented docker image for building sailfishOS applications? (it's to put in a CI) I tried coderus/sailfishos-platform-sdk but didn't work.15:41
asrielAny ways to read hybris-hal build messages?15:47
asrielLike the full log of it15:47
T42<Lukapanio> what must be there?15:50
T42<elros34> depends on android base. Why don't you show your full journalctl?15:53
T42<Lukapanio> cm-14.116:00
T42<Lukapanio> ok second will send16:00
T42<elros34> try to be faster to grab whole log, no it's missing part about selinux so I am not sure whether you disabled it and how. FOr sure you have wrong mount units. Check your fixup and compare to fstab16:12
T42<elros34> s/no/now/16:12
T42<Lukapanio> @elros34 [try to be faster to grab whole log, no it's mi …], selinux is disabled in kernel at all16:13
T42<elros34> so enable it back and follow hadk 9.3.1 to disable it in recommended way16:14
T42<Lukapanio> @elros34 [try to be faster to grab whole log, no it's mi …], after mods to fix-mountpoints do i need to rebuild rootfs?16:14
T42<Lukapanio> @elros34 [so enable it back and follow hadk 9.3.1 to dis …], hh selinux bootparam16:14
T42<Lukapanio> ?16:14
T42<elros34> yes x216:15
T42<elros34> cat /lib/systemd/system/system.mount will show you whether you have mistake in fixup16:16
T42<Lukapanio> hmm can i modify for test?16:17
T42<elros34> sure16:17
T42<NotKit> @lanodan [Hi, not really the best channel so feel free t …], have you seen sailfish-porters-ci on GitLab? That may give some ideas16:20
T42<Lukapanio> endor.mount: Job vendor.mount/start failed with result 'dependency'16:25
lanodanNotKit: Do you have a link to the repository? I can't seem to find it?16:31
T42<picolopoco> hello16:39
Danct12_don't think there are any unusual paths @elros3416:39
T42<picolopoco> @picolopoco [ …], log16:39
T42<picolopoco> and please help me16:39
T42<picolopoco> 😭😭😭😭16:39
Danct12_aside everything from out/target/product/santoni/obj/KERNEL_OBJ/16:40
Danct12_so without any clues where these files are moved to, it'll never be sorted out :S16:40
T42<Lukapanio> Job vendor.mount/start failed with result 'dependency'.16:41
T42<Lukapanio> what dose that mean?16:41
T42<elros34> check content of that file16:41
T42<picolopoco> @picolopoco [ …], for here16:42
T42<picolopoco> Can't You Help Me 😔😔😔16:42
T42<elros34> @RealDanct12 are you sure wlan is build as module? Check generated .config somewhere in out/16:43
Danct12_it's built as a module16:44
T42<Lukapanio> @elros34 [check content of that file], it looks ok16:44
Danct12_cat out/target/product/santoni/obj/KERNEL_OBJ/.config | grep PRONTO16:44
T42Vvziupodhzh was added by: Vvziupodhzh16:45
T42<elros34> so search where it's places in out/. It must be in these dirs: to be piced up during droid-hal build16:46
T42<elros34> @Lukapanio does it contains /dev/mmcblk, /dev/sdx  or  by-name path?16:47
Danct12_@elros34, nope, they're not in any of these16:49
T42<picolopoco> Help me :(16:54
T42<elros34> @RealDanct12 I'm not sure what should copy modules to correct directory maybe You can always do it manually or in droid-hal-device.inc16:55
Danct12_is there anyway to look at hybris-hal logs?16:55
T42<elros34> you have them in your terminal output16:56
Danct12_yeah but that's stripped16:56
T42<picolopoco> @picolopoco [ …], new errors16:56
T42<Lukapanio> @elros34 [check content of that file],
Danct12_i mean, it's silenced so you don't get to see what is it doing16:56
T42<elros34> @Lukapanio it's wrong, it shouldn't contains /dev/block. Once again compare your fstab with fixup-mountpoints16:58
T42<elros34> @RealDanct12 if you make clean first then you will have more verbose log :)17:00
T42<NotKit> @picolopoco [new errors], did you do something manually to the header files?17:08
T42<NotKit> show your generated_android_filesystem_config.h17:14
T42<Lukapanio> ok now all mounts17:26
T42<Lukapanio> whats next?17:26
T42<elros34> do you have needed symlinks
T42<Lukapanio> oh no thanks17:48
T42<Lukapanio> got hwcomposer17:55
T42<Brother from %lastname%> I tried the os today it was great experience for me I thank developer for that , if basic app support are available for the os , I  never install  stock  again....17:59
T42<Brother from %lastname%> Excellent os !!👍17:59
T42<Lukapanio> any way to get lipstick log18:03
T42<Lukapanio> as test hwcomposer is ok18:04
T42<Lukapanio> but no gui18:04
T42<elros34> what do you mean by test_hwcomposer is ok? Does it show something on screen?18:07
T42<Lukapanio> yep18:11
T42<Lukapanio> it workes ok18:11
T42<elros34> lipstick log is in journal. Did you used upgrade-3.2.1  branch for dhd?18:14
asrielerror: in `sync --fetch-submodules -j 32`: revision refs/tags/android-8.1.0_r52 in platform/prebuilts/gcc/linux-x86/host/x86_64-linux-glibc2.11-4.8 not found18:14
asrielDoes anyone knows how to fix this bug?18:14
asrielOr at least a way to get around it18:15
T42<elros34> try without —fetch-submodules once18:18
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asrielThough, how do I make sure that every submodules are fetched?18:19
T42<elros34> you can run it with fetch-submodules latter18:20
asrielSounds good then18:21
T42<edp_17> Good evening.21:40
T42<edp_17> I am trying with the S2-i9100 (again).21:40
T42<edp_17> When I ran the make hybris-hal, it was moaning about a missing overlay directory.21:41
T42<edp_17> Full log is here:
T42<edp_17> My local manifest is the i9100.xml from here:
T42<edp_17> Probably electro575 could help but I couldn't find him/her. 😔21:43
T42<edp_17> Forgot to tell: base is cm12.121:43
T42<edp_17> and yes, this is a samsung exynos device. (Exynos 4210 Dual)21:44
T42<edp_17> Can somebody help me out, please?21:45
T42<elros34> 107: * Using prebuilt kernel binary instead of source so first you need to disable prebuild kernel somehow in device repo.21:52
T42<edp_17> Thanks. What I spotted is the missing mountpoints for i9100.21:53
T42<edp_17> There is a setup for i9100g but not for i9100. I guess they are identical, so I can just simple add i9100 to that section.21:55
T42<elros34> I wouldn't be so sure, with moto_msm8960_jbbl there are 3 almost same devices which share android  but they have different partition layout21:59
T42<edp_17> It seems it doesn't find the kernel source, therefore it sets the TARGET_PREBUILT_KERNEL and goes into that route.21:59
T42<edp_17> Okay, based on the hadk, I check the mout points on the device under the android.22:01
T42<edp_17> It doesn't work. 😔 I think I repartitioned the device for los14.1 therefore I cannot flash cm12.1 unless I put back the original partition. In this case maybe I should try to use the cm14.1 base rather than cm12.1. What do you suggest?22:08
T42<elros34> Use that one which works the best22:11
T42<edp_17> I would be happy if I knew which one works the best.😄 I think I will go with cm14.1 then.22:12
T42<edp_17> The question, how can I remove everything cm12.1 related stuff (including the hybris-12.1) to start over?22:14
T42<edp_17> Can I just delete the android directory and do a fresh repo init for hybris-14.1?22:14
T42<edp_17> Haha, funny. I had a los14.1 installed on the device. When I tried to install cm12.1 for the mount points I did a factory reset then tried to install a cm12.1 image. I got an error: failed to map file Then I decided to go with the cm14.1 so I restored the los14.1 to the phone. It always rebooted to recovery, so I tried t reins22:20
T42tall los14.1. And now I am getting the same error: failed to map file Seemingly I managed to destroy something on the device. I cannot believe this again. 😡22:20
T42<edp_17> Aaaaaa, I know why. Because before I install the cm12.1 rom, I need to unpack the boot.img and flash that first. (The same for los14.1)22:27
T42<edp_17> Now I try to install cm12.1 again, and if that works I don't need to switch to Los14.1 in my local repo.22:27
T42<edp_17> Yep, that was it. Now I got cm12.1 booted on the device.22:36
T42<edp_17> I have another question.22:44
T42<edp_17> How should I know wehther I need to use "block/platform/omap/omap_hsmmc.1/by-name" or "block/bootdevice/by-name" or something else?22:45
T42<edp_17> The "ls -l /dev/block/platform/*/by-name/" gave me this:
T42<edp_17> I think I found this too. The "ls -l/dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/" command gave me the same result, so I guess I need to use the "block/bootdevice/by-name/" for defining the mount points.22:50
T42<edp_17> I have found too why it doesn't find the kernel.23:01
T42<edp_17> In the TARGET_KERNEL_SOURCE := kernel/samsung/smdk441223:02
T42<edp_17> I do not have the smdk4412 folder but have i9100 instead.23:03
T42<edp_17> This is the next question. Which kernel I should use?23:04
T42<edp_17> smdk412:
T42<elros34> fixup-mountpoints path depends on your fstab23:05
T42<edp_17> Thanks. Yeah, I think have figured out that.23:07
T42<elros34> edp_17: IIRC for this kernel you need: and probably also as temporary workaround disable watchdog in kernel otherwise it will timout when /sbin/preinit magic close it23:35
T42<edp_17> I have the kernel compiled (make hybris-hal) but have got 7 errors on mer-kernel-check23:35
T42<edp_17> How can I disable watchdog?23:37
T42<elros34> in defconfig23:39
T42<edp_17> I thought there is something else too. 😊 Ok I will double check what I see there about watchdog.23:40
T42<edp_17> About watchdog I only have CONFIG_PM_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT=y.23:44
T42<edp_17> And CONFIG_WATCHDOG is not set23:44
T42<edp_17> Should I unset the PM_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT?23:45
T42<edp_17> Should I set CONFIG_WATCHDOG_NOWAYOUT=y?23:45
T42<elros34> no, leave it disabled for now. You can try to enable it latter.23:47
T42<edp_17> Ok. And what about the timeout? Leave it on of set it off?23:48
T42<elros34> not sure, you will find out when you will flash sfos image and it will not work at all:)23:49
T42<edp_17> Haha, this was a good one. 😊23:50
T42<edp_17> Ok. I remember that I needed to set the selinux=0 somewhere. Do I need that here too?23:50
T42<elros34> yes, as usual hadk 9.3.123:52
T42<edp_17> Oh, yes of course, thanks.23:54
T42<edp_17> I only have a short line there: console=ttySAC2,115200 consoleblank=023:54
T42<edp_17> Should I add the selinux=0 to the end of this line?23:54

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