Monday, 2020-03-16

T42柯辉晴 %lastname% was added by: 柯辉晴 %lastname%00:11
UmeaboyHi! I'm having trouble using the bash ./flash.h command in the MATE terminal window even though fastboot-android devices shows that my device is identified.00:18
UmeaboyI went to this page for troubleshooting:
Umeaboysudo su00:18
Umeaboylspci -nn | grep USB | cut -d '[' -f3 | cut -d ']' -f1 | xargs -I@ sudo setpci -H1 -d @ d0.l=000:18
UmeaboyWhich gave me setpci: Unable to parse filter -d ':' expected.00:19
UmeaboyWhat to do?00:19
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DevelLevelHi again, I am unable to boot my sailfish os build. It is stuck at SONY logo. But I am getting a white light when trying to boot and i am able to telnet into the device… How can I troubleshoot this issue? Are there any log files i can look at?19:24
malcan you telnet into the device as mentioned in hadk pdf19:25
DevelLevelwhen booting i can run: telnet (ip) (port), and list files using "ls" command19:26
malI assume you mean telnet 2323? or is the port 23?19:26
DevelLevelit is: telnet 232319:27
malso then useful logs can be output of these commands: dmesg, journalctl -b and /usr/libexec/droid-hybris/system/bin/logcat19:27
DevelLevelOk i will look. I can see in the /init.log that there are lots of: mkdir: cannot create directory `/dev': File exists, And: /init-debug: line 281: /etc/udhcpd.conf: No such file or directory19:33
malnot important those ones19:35
malinit.log is not relevant anymore at this point19:35
DevelLevelThe /usr/libexec/droid-hybris/system/bin/logcat includes lots of "?" characters. And nothing what i can see is usable.19:40
malare you sure you can the command and didn't try to use it as a file19:40
mal*ran the command19:40
DevelLeveli did read it as a file, but when i run it it outputs: sh-3.2# /usr/libexec/droid-hybris/system/bin/logcat19:41
DevelLevellogcat read failure19:41
malok, then android side services are not running19:42
malmy guess is that either some mounts are failing (check journalctl output for thing related to mount) or some automatically generated udev rules are missing19:42
vknechtcan I have nemo:devel:hw:sony:loire please ?19:56
DevelLevelmal: Both journalctl, and dmesg are really long files. Is it posible to move file between host and phone on telnet?19:57
DevelLevelI have dumped them to a .txt file19:58
malyou can use ssh/scp for copying things19:58
malset password using "passwd nemo" first19:58
maluser for ssh/scp is nemo19:59
DevelLevelI am sorry but i don't understand should i run: ssh nemo@ 2323?20:01
malremove the 232320:03
malthat is only for telnet20:03
malotherwise ok20:03
DevelLevelit does not work with "passwd nemo" as password20:04
maldamn, you connect to the device with telnet as before, then run "passwd nemo" to set password for user nemo and then disconnect and use ssh20:05
malmaybe you should check some basics of using linux commandline20:06
DevelLeveloh, ok. Sorry for my inexperience20:06
piggzrinigus: are any testing: image built on porters-ci that you know?20:44
DevelLevelmal: I am getting some lines like this: EXT4-fs (mmcblk0p42): couldn't mount as ext2 due to feature incompatibilities, mmcblk0p42 is the userdata partition...   I am also getting this: sys-fs-pstore.mount: Cannot add dependency job, ignoring: Unit sys-fs-pstore.mount failed to load: Invalid argument. See system logs and 'systemctl status sys-fs-pstore.mount' for details. Full journalctl output:
malbased on that there are two possible reason for the failure, missing straggler_files stuff from droid-hal spec and/or missing/partial udev rules21:27
riniguspiggz: don't understand the question, sorry. [and as its rather late, will read your reply tomorrow]21:46
piggzrinigus: its fine, i sorted it21:46

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