Saturday, 2020-06-06

T42D %lastname% was added by: D %lastname%06:41
T42<adampigg> rinigus: gm .....07:45
riniguspiggz ^07:46
T42<adampigg> the copy_hal script......i wonder if we should mv the file instead, as if you build dhd after fpd, you get the file included in the dhd rpm07:46
T42<adampigg> (i just had that with a conflict on the CI server)07:46
rinigus@adampigg: then we should. I haven't done it, so had no idea07:47
T42<adampigg> yeah, i think its just changing cp to mv07:47
rinigusindeed, audioflingerglue is also moved07:48
T42<adampigg> rinigus: which script does that?07:49
T42<adampigg> the *localbuild* scripts do a cp07:50
rinigus@adampigg: ok, I misread my instructions. we mv tgz07:56
rinigus@adampigg: but in general, I don't mind mv07:57
T42<adampigg> im just trying to find out how dhd get around it....07:57
T42<adampigg> wrt audioflinger and droidmedia07:57
T42<adampigg> rinigus: the dhd inc file does it07:59
T42<adampigg> # Omit audioflingerglue bits, they get packaged via audioflingerglue-localbuild07:59
T42<adampigg> rm -f $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_libexecdir}/droid-hybris/system/{lib,lib64}/libaudioflingerglue.so07:59
T42<adampigg> so yes, ill change to mv08:00
rinigus@adampigg: but it may take few months before the change is accepted in dhd08:00
rinigusmv it is :)08:00
T42<adampigg> oh, i wouldnt rely on getting it into dhd! :D08:01
T42<Verevka86> Hello, help me.08:20
T42<Verevka86>  This command corrects the sound when calling through the bluetooth headset-08:20
T42<Verevka86> dbus-send --print-reply --address='unix:path=/run/user/100000/pulse/dbus-socket' --dest=org.PulseAudio1 /org/sailfishos/audiosystempassthrough org.SailfishOS.AudioSystemPassthrough.set_parameters string:"BT_SCO=on"08:20
T42<Verevka86> How to apply this at comp compile level rom?08:21
piggz@Verevka86 interesting .... will have to try that with my similar issues08:22
piggzbest to speak to jusa about it, its his domain!08:22
piggzrinigus: should I tag a 1.0.1 ?08:23
T42<Verevka86> @Verevka86 [Hello, help me.08:25
T42<Verevka86>  This command corrects the sou …], Вывод: method return time=1591429092.279812 sender=(null sender) -> destination=(null destination) serial=1 reply_serial=108:25
riniguspiggz: yes, why not. question is whether on every tag we will be updating all spec's. please don't update required minimal version of droid-biometry-fp in sailfish-fpd-community.spec. let that be 1.0.008:25
T42Lo %lastname% was added by: Lo %lastname%09:11
eequoh1Ahi everybody, after breaking and replacing my oneplus 3 screen i've been trying to fix with no success the read only file system error i get when copying files to the phone with the latest image from mal and someone who's name i forgot. can't remount root with rw and tinkering with fstab doesn't have any effect. when installing software or copying and downloading files from different sources, pc or sftp, it works for small files but nothing14:51
eequoh1Abeyond 800 MB. after i get the error nothing can write to the disk anymore, browser, messages, notes. is there a way to undo this or to avoid the error on a fresh install?14:51
malfstab is not used in sailfish14:53
eequoh1Ahow else can i approach this? thought /etc/fstab is related to my problem. looks like this
T42<elros34> Do you have free space at all? dh -h15:49
T42<adampigg> df -h :)15:59
T42<elros34> right15:59
eequoh1Adf -h thing was for me?
eequoh1Asorry, was positive it was a parallel discussion. it's 50 G free. after fresh install i can copy one file around 1 GB, the second one fails.16:39
T42<elros34> does it happen when you use mtp? IIRC I had some issues when using mtp on ubuntu when I couldn't copy big files (>= 200MB). Have you tired to use sftp (filezilla)? Are you sure your data partition is mounted as read only?16:40
T42<elros34> btw on windows I can use mtp without issues16:46
eequoh1Ait happens on sftp too, also when i download anything from internet but this doesn't happen with small files, though when it happens nothing can write to the drive, that's store, updates, messages, browser. how can i check if the data partition is ro?16:47
T42<elros34> findmnt16:47
eequoh1Aok, it's ro16:48
eequoh1Ahow can i change it?16:49
eequoh1Ausually i do it in fstab but this didn't work in sfos16:50
eequoh1Asorry if this is trivial, tried to fix it for a month before addressing it here16:51
T42<elros34> data partition is first mounted in init-script in initramfs then it is remount in /sbin/preinit. journalctl or dmesg should have some information why this happen16:52
T42<elros34> you could try to fsck data partition in twrp to see if that helps, then try to catch issue in journal/dmesg next time when you copy files.16:55
T42DrRamm was added by: DrRamm16:58
eequoh1Ajournalctl looks like this
T42<DrRamm> hello17:04
T42<DrRamm> guys can you point at step by step guild how to build hybris hal from scrath for 16.0?17:04
T42<DrRamm> this gude
T42<DrRamm> just saying at `5.4  Building Relevant Bits of your Android base` — okay, sync breakfast and then build17:04
T42<DrRamm> this guide in case if we use Android 8 (and android 9 too I guess) put in local manifests17:04
T42<DrRamm>     ```<project path="external/libhybris" name="libhybris/libhybris" revision="master" />```17:04
T42<DrRamm> and then build17:04
T42<elros34> @DrRamm follow hadk pdf, hadk-faq: and for specific issues17:07
T42<elros34> It has all steps you need to build image17:07
T42<DrRamm> (Photo, 1147x840) Dear Elros, thank you for answer. Okay, if I follow this guide (without any libhybris lines in local_manifest), I got this error (which mentioned in and I didn't get which pat17:13
T42ches I should apply.17:13
T42<elros34> please use pastebin instead screenshots. Read faq I linked i has line 'hybris-patches/ --mb' which will apply hybris patches and is required before make hybris-hal17:22
T42<elros34> if you did make hybris-hal before applying patches then do make clean now to remove out/ directory17:23
T42<DrRamm> @elros34 [if you did make hybris-hal before applying pat …], Dear Elros, thank you! make clean helped.17:35
eequoh1Adid repair file system in twrp and it work, thank you very much for your support. now i can watch movies and listen to podcasts at work without using the internet. thanks again!17:44
T42<elros34> great but it shouldn't happen17:48
T42<elros34> Next you you will copy big files use dmesg -w and journalctl -f at same time to catch what fails17:49
eequoh1Adid some tests with large files, rewrites and works fine. could it be related with installing different images for dozens of times?17:52
T42<elros34> dunno maybe your memory is agging?17:56
T42<elros34> I meant internal memory17:58
eequoh1Athat was first thing i thought when it happened but forgot about it while trying to fix it. is there a way to test it? will keep an eye on the issue and i'll be back with news if it happens again.18:00
T42<elros34> no idea, but maybe dmesg will have some information from kernel driver18:02
eequoh1Ai actually get some red feedback from dmesg but don't know how to read it
T42<elros34> that looks like msg from gadget but I would expect some information from mmc driver after reboot18:44
T42<elros34> when it's initialized18:45
T42vtsoft was added by: vtsoft19:44
deathmistany reason telnet is the only usable communication method via USB in my CI built SFOS 3.3 rootfs (have to manually start telnetd on the device & also assign IP address to the USB interface on host) but ping and SSH just hang? I even tried stopping sshd.socket and starting sshd.service instead, same result. nothing gets printed on the phone journal either while trying to SSH / ping. the device uses ConifigFS and20:19
deathmistMTP for example works great20:19
deathmistso "telnet 2323" works but "ping" or "ssh nemo@" do absolutely nothing while the device is plugged in with developer mode selected20:29
deathmistif no one else has seen this issue I'm seriously going to contemplate starting entirely from scratch while using my existing repos as guidance to get through the different issues I'm going to face21:13

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