Thursday, 2020-05-28

T42<RealDanct12> damn @erfanoabdi is now working on sailfishos? :D02:04
T42simondvic was added by: simondvic03:24
riniguspiggz : please send logcat from successful testing by biometryd. In addition, if you have some official Sony device, maybe you can catch logcat while enrolling fingerprint? Then I can compare those with what I see over here...05:58
riniguspiggz: and congratulations!05:59
T42<erfanoabdi> @RealDanct12 [damn @erfanoabdi is now working on sailfishos? …], lol no just trying to help😅06:43
rinigus@erfanoabdi: and helping that way makes a great sense, have to work more on projects across mobile linux distros07:19
piggzrinigus: ill send what i can .... perhaps you could also send output of "getprop | grep svc | sort" and ill compare08:32
rinigushere you go:
riniguspiggz: ^08:34
T42<edp_17> @elros34: You were right. The device gets a new mac with every reboot. However once I connect to the wifi network it gets the one from /efs/wifi/.mac.info10:52
T42<edp_17> I have tried to set the mac with command: ifconfig wlan0 hw ether `cat /efs/wifi/`10:56
T42<edp_17> But it didn't change the mac on wlan0.10:56
T42<elros34> is your wlan0 ip constant?11:00
T42<edp_17> No but I can make it constant. Does it help?11:00
T42<edp_17> Wait, did you mean the ip of the router or the device?11:01
T42<elros34> device, if it change evertime you reboot, reconnect then that is the reason you need write your password11:02
T42<edp_17> I think the device always gets At least this is the one it has currently and I remember I used this many times a while ago when I connected to the device via wifi.11:04
T42<elros34> so I don't know, you could check in router your device mac11:07
T42<edp_17> In the router the mac of the device is the same as in /efs/wifi/ And there it is not changing.11:10
T42<elros34> so maybe issue is somewhere in connman11:11
T42<edp_17> Yesterday I used 'connmanctl monitor on wifi' and tried to identify how the device gets the new mac every reboot, but I couldn't.11:12
T42<elros34> in /home/.system/var/lib/connman/ you should have saved your connection in a format: wifi_$mac_$ssid_*/settings. Maybe this will give you some ideas11:25
T42<edp_17> Yeah, I have 9 wifi_*_42542d4d4b44373638343132_managed_psk directories in there.11:30
T42<elros34> so it's wrong mac11:42
rinigusif anyone here has a bit of time and official xperia (ideally 10) device: would you mind to get a logcat while enrolling a fingerprint?11:55
T42<edp_17> @elros34: Yes the mac is wrong. What I have tried was: turned wifi off, rebooted, noticed the new mac and created a wifi_* folder using this new mac in /home/.system/var/lib/connman/ and copied the content from an older one into this new. Then I turned on the wifi.13:02
T42<edp_17> It didn't work. It required me to enter the password.13:02
T42<edp_17> Then I spotted that the new mac address (basically the whole new directory name) is in the settings file. So I put it there and re-tried.13:04
T42<edp_17> Nope, it still required to enter the password.13:04
T42<edp_17> Okay, I tried again but this time I have changed the Modified line in the Settings. It works! When I turned the wifi on, it connected automatically to the selected network!13:15
T42<edp_17> Now I need to automate this magic.13:15
T42<edp_17> Thank you @elros34 for the tip with that location in /home/.system.13:16
T42<ankaos> hı.22:24
T42<ankaos> what do i do now?
T42<ankaos> I've never seen this place.22:25
T42<hacker12455> system failed to load23:14
T42<hacker12455> try  echo "continue" >/init-ctl/stdin23:14
T42<edp_17> Good evening.23:25
T42<edp_17> Can somebody let me know how I can turn wifi off/on programatically during sailfish start, please?23:26
T42<edp_17> I have tried 'connmanctl disable/enable wifi' but didn't work.23:26
T42<edp_17> It works when I manually run the script, but it doesn't when I call the script in a service.23:27
T42<edp_17> Newermind, I had a typo in my script.23:45
T42<edp_17> @elros34: I am happy to say the wifi issue is fixed now. After the reboot it does connect to the network and it doesn't require to enter the password. 😄23:58

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