Wednesday, 2020-08-19

Qiangong2[m]Is there any update on the pinephone port? Is it still being worked on?00:29
r0kk3rzits got the latest sfos built for it anyway00:33
r0kk3rzso i expect its still ongoing00:33
r0kk3rzwas there something that needed to be fixed?00:33
Qiangong2[m]Just wondering if the camera fix has been added00:33
Qiangong2[m]And crust00:34
r0kk3rzif thats the camera fix00:37
Qiangong2[m]But the flasher script pulls a rootfs, not build from scratch00:38
Qiangong2[m]I don't have the space to build sfos atm00:38
r0kk3rztheres builds on the ci00:39
r0kk3rznot sure how applicable crust is for sailfish, which already has its own power management00:40
Qiangong2[m]Ah, okay, thanks00:45
Qiangong2[m]Well, I did find an issue with the pinephone. When you try and use the keyboard, the speaker outputs a hissing sound until it's closed00:56
T42<edp_17> @kabouik : On my device (treltexx - SFOS3.3.0.16) the cursor (slightly transparent circle) is there and following the mouse movements correctly. I do not need to hold down any button for this. The left and right clicks also do work. The coordinates in portrait mode are correct but in landscape (when I do not use the -o portrait paramet06:58
T42er) mode they are not right. I have not yet tested this on my other devices but I will do and report.06:58
T42<kabouik> Hey @edp_17, thanks for the answer. What Android base is the Treltexx? It's really weird that we got this issue on Pro¹ (tried two devices), but maybe I'll ask around to other SFOS users if they can confirm. However it's good news that the issue is not generalized, there's hope!07:23
T42<kabouik> Have you installed the qtbase plugin for landscape coordinates? It worked perfectly for me07:24
T42<edp_17> Android base is CM14.1. No, I have only installed that qxcomposer (the rpm) from elros' repo. I will try the qbase plugin and will retest the landscape mode.07:54
T42<edp_17> The rpm doesn't install on the hammerhead (Nexus 5) but this is not a big issue as the harbour-container app doesn't work either. Later I'll try the i9100.07:56
T42<edp_17> Nope, that qxcompositor doesn't install on the i9100 either.08:09
T42<kabouik> I had a zypper warning about unmet dependencies when trying to install it @edp_17, if that is what you are getting, just chose option 2 to install anyway09:16
T42<kabouik> So CM14.1 is Android 7 apparently09:22
T42<kabouik> Maybe that's this hwc1/hwc2 thing Illyria mentioned, but @elros34 said it would have nothing to do with it09:22
T42<kabouik> I'll see on another server if we can get another Pro¹ tester, in case the issue is on my end09:27
T42<edp_17> I have installed that qbase, restarted the phone and started the desktop in lxc in landscape mode, but the cursor coordinates are still not right. 😔11:03
T42<kabouik> Sad to hear that11:16
T42<kabouik> If only we could merge what works on yours and what works on mine...11:16
T42<kabouik> We'd be in Elros' situation with his device where everything works as expected :p11:16
T42<edp_17> If that helps here are the scripts that I use to start the desktop manually on my treltexx:12:04
T42<edp_17> landscape:
T42<edp_17> portrait:
Mister_MagisterMagneFire: did u do anything about reformating in gstreamer?12:41
MagneFireMister_Magic: Hey, not that I am aware of :) Why?12:44
Mister_Magistersorry not you12:45
Mister_Magisterchange your name otherwise mal isn't on first place12:46
T42<kabouik> Thanks @edp_17, I'll compare with mine later tonight (I use the default script)12:52
T42<kabouik> Mister_Magister, is what you posted on Twitter based on DLNA or is it another protocol behind it?12:53
Mister_MagisterDLNA yes12:54
T42<kabouik> Thanks. Cool stuff!12:54
Mister_Magisterit's integration with Jupii in fact12:54
T42<kabouik> Oh OK, I have Jupii installed but never configured it since I moved to Pro¹12:54
Mister_Magisterit does'nt require configuration12:54
T42<kabouik> So this would only work for media content, correct? I don't think DLNA can stream the UI itself12:55
Mister_Magisterwhen i make update, if you have jupii running and it detected device, a cast button will show up12:55
T42<kabouik> Pretty cool, thanks12:55
Mister_Magisterit can, jupii can stream gui12:55
T42<kabouik> Ohh. I need to take a closer look to it then!12:56
T42<kabouik> Right, I see the Screen capture option12:57
Mister_Magisteryeah it's copromotion hence collab12:57
Mister_Magisteri help jupii shine and jupii helps making my app cool12:57
T42A_T_R was added by: A_T_R14:53
T42<A_T_R> 254714:54
T42<adampigg> (Photo, 1080x2340)
T42<kabouik> Eew, any significant damage?15:27
T42<kabouik> Also what where those smoother waves at the beginning? Swing set? :>15:28
T42<kabouik> Oh I just compared on mine and actually those values are not so high, I thought you were reporting a device drop15:30
T42<adampigg> (Photo, 1080x2340)
piggzKabouik_: im just wondering if the values are sensible ... csd tool says theyre out of range and fails the test16:09
piggzwhat does your port say16:09
piggzmy bad, for csd test it should be stationsry16:11
piggznonthing to see here!16:11
baloonHi, i built sfos but now i only have a tar.bz2 package, how do i make a flashable .zip file?16:11
baloonHi! how can i build a zip file using --mic? I only end up with a tar.bz2 rootfs16:26
malpastebin the output of the build16:26
malI mean the build log16:27
baloonam i missing something?16:41
T42<elros34> do have latest droid-hal-device submodule?16:42
maland config submodule16:45
baloonyes, as its written in the hadk pdf16:46
malwait, you use Z00L as the codename, the scripts don't like capitalized codenames16:49
malat least there were issues before16:49
baloonhow can i solve it?16:50
malso I suggest you make the codename z00l and then use that, and define two codenames in droid-hal spec like this
malso that device is the android side codename i.e. Z00L and the rpm_device is the sailfish side codename i.e. z00l16:51
malalso in the ~/.hadk.env file have both codenames like this: export DEVICE="z00l" and export HABUILD_DEVICE="Z00L"16:53
baloonok, so i don't need to start from the beginning right? i can just modify these things?16:55
malyou can modify some things but some you need to redo so maybe easier to do again instead of trying to find where everything is, you only need to do things again starting from chapter 6 (setting up scratchbox target)16:59
malso no need to rebuild the android side things again16:59
maljust the sailfish side of things16:59
malbaloon: do you know what to do now? so fix the .hadk.env file first so everything works correctly17:04
baloonmal: yes, i'm starting from the scratchbox setup17:06
malbaloon: did you fix .hadk.env already? can you show it17:06
T42<kabouik> (Photo, 1280x640) I get this in CSD tools @adampigg:17:20
malis the device still on a table, display facing up17:21
T42<adampigg> @kabouik [<reply to media>], even laying flat? works ok here17:21
T42<kabouik> No if I don't move it the test passes17:21
malbaloon: looks good17:22
mal@kabouik the instructions in the test say to put device on a horizontal surface, which of course means not moving it17:23
T42<kabouik> I just misunderstood what Adam was asking from his first post, I was thinking he was having another bug than the test itself17:24
T42<kabouik> I was not posting for the failed test, just thought Adam had nothing showing in the accelerometer CSD tool17:25
baloonmal this time i managed to flash the os, but now the flash script only sees /boot and /userdata partitions, after the installation /system is untouched21:09
baloon my mountpoint fix21:09
malbaloon: that is how it's supposed to be, you install first the matching android version (usually some lineageos, the same version you used for building sailfish), sailfish is installed to userdata partition21:12
baloonOh ok, maybe i left selinux on, time for another build21:15
baloonbtw the phone is stuck at oem logo, but the notification led turns on for a few seconds, don't know why21:16
malcan you telnet into the device ip and either port 23 or 232321:19
malvia usb obviously21:19
maldoes the device stay or reboot?21:19
baloonok i'm in telnet21:27
baloonit stays on21:27
baloonWelcome to the Mer/SailfishOS Boat loader debug init system.Log so far is in /init.logTo make post-switch_root halt before starting systemd, perform:  touch /init_enter_debug2(When run post-switch_root, telnet is on port 2323, not 23)21:27
baloonthe output21:27
malwhich telnet?21:34
baloonsorry for the noobness, it's totally new for me21:37
T42<elros34> looks like 2323 so now most important information you will find in: journalctl --no-tail -f  after reboot.22:07
T42<elros34> sometimes dmesg executed closely after reboot could be useful too22:11
T42<edp_17> @elros34, @kabouik: I have tested the qbase (qt5-plugin-generic-evdev) again and started the lxc in landscape mode. Lxc starts in landscape mode. When I hold the device in landscape I get the following:when mouse moves up - cursor goes to the left, the mouse moves down - cursor goes to the right, the mouse moves to the left - cursor go22:33
T42es down, the mouse moves to the right - cursor goes up. So, it is not right. But when I hold the device in portrait (lxc is still displayed in landscape) the cursor follows the mouse movement correctly: mouse moves up - cursor goes to the left (which is the top of the screen in landscape mode), mouse moves down - cursor goes to the right (which is22:33
T42the bottom of the screen in landscape mode), mouse moves left - cursor goes down (which is left side of the screen in landscape mode), mouse moves right - cursor goes up (which is the right side of the screen in landscape mode). I hope this helps.22:33
T42<elros34> thx, cursor is one thing, real mouse position (when you click) is another. There is also device orientation and window orientation which takes part in translating coords. This was just a test which works differently on every tested device. I think I will try again when 3.4.0.x will be out with system wide cursor as patch to lipstick.22:50
T42For now you can swap some x,y to make it work correctly for your device.22:50
T42<edp_17> It works ok as I use the lxc in portrait mode, so thank you for that. 😊 I just mentioned that as just in case.22:54
T42<edp_17> Do you know when the 3.4 will be out?22:55
T42<elros34> it must be soon:) because I tired of regression bugs in browser.22:59
T42<edp_17> Will the browser be updated?!23:05
T42<elros34> based on commits history yeah I think so23:06
T42<edp_17> This is good news. I hope there will be improvement! Fingers crossed. 😊23:17
baloonhere is the output of journalctl --no-tail -f
baloonsorry for the long log23:51

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