Monday, 2020-11-09

UmeaboyThe old sfa-mer script should be updated.06:46
UmeaboyI mean, is the 5.2 part with regarding doing some magic with the sensors still valid?07:25
T42<edp_17> @elros34 : Thanks. The device is still on, so it has the older browser (not esr52). Although, the older one (esr45) also contains that function
T42<edp_17> Does it meant that the mouse support already built in?07:41
T42<edp_17> Oh, what else I spotted, on the device the mouse cursor appears when I pulled out the spen, but doesn't appear when I attach a real mouse. I think this is down to how I use the evdevmouse plugin in droid-hal-device.conf (-plugin evdevmouse:abs:/dev/input/event3). Is it possible to use evdevmouse plugin twice in here? (Once like the cur07:45
T42rent (-plugin evdevmouse:abs:/dev/input/event3) and another one like -plugin evdevmouse.)07:45
T42<edp_17> Let me answer this latter question to myself. Yes, it is possible to use the evdevmouse plugin twice and both work. 😄 However, the browser is still doesn't recognise the clicks with the real mouse either.07:55
T42<simonschmeisser> mal: any idea why my kernel build fails?08:40
T42<adampigg> @simonschmeisser im not sure ... ive only ever built it on obs .... you could follow the instructions for the old build we did here:10:10
T42<simonschmeisser> for building it on obs I would fork on github, upload my changes, then copy on obs and change the url in the service file?10:12
T42<simonschmeisser> does it share the login from some other infrastructure?10:16
T42<elros34> @edp_17 I was wondering about  how to handle your fake mouse->pen long time ago, great that evdevmouse can be specified twice.10:38
T42<elros34> @edp_17 about browser, probably nobody else tried it earlier. Mind that on native ports browser doesn't display anything10:40
T42<adampigg> @simonschmeisser [for building it on obs I would fork on github, …], pretty much yes ... youd need both repos, tke kernel is a submodule ... and no, i think youd have to request an obs account,unless its the same as the bug tracker10:58
T42<elros34> @simonschmeisser as last resort you could build it just in your host system without any platformsdk and scratchbox.11:57
T42<elros34> rpmbuild --nodeps -bb --build-in-place rpm/kernel-adaptation-pine64.spec . Don't forget to replace CROSS_COMPILE in spec file11:58
T42<adampigg> as last resort, just build it with the instructions i gave, using the cross compiler12:05
T42<adampigg> will just have to copy over the resulting image and modules12:06
T42<simonschmeisser> ok, well I thought I was doing something stupid ... another idea, how does obs work, does it use the docker images?12:11
T42<edp_17> @elros34 : Yeah, I am aware of without your mouse cursor support, the OS doesn't display the cursor anywhere. But it would be nice if somehow we/I could control webpages with mouse/spen. I have tried to add the MOZ_USE_XINPUT2 DEFAULT=1 into /etc/security/pam_env.conf but didn't help either. (This works for Firefox within an LXC contai12:59
T42<edp_17> So, I thought it could work for Sailfish Browser too.13:00
T42<simonschmeisser> @adampigg I finally compiled by hand and using my ubuntu host and replaced just the module. Now I can start and try to hack on it :D20:02
T42<adampigg> @simonschmeisser [@adampigg I finally compiled by hand and using …], great .. what part are you looking at?20:03
T42<simonschmeisser> adding the feature required for libcamera20:04
T42<adampigg> i received the pinetab early edition today, so need to figure out why the build doesnt work with that (but works with everything else!)20:05
T42<simonschmeisser> something is different about the display or so? read something in the postmarketos blog20:10
T42<adampigg> yeah, but i have all that enabled20:24

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