Sunday, 2020-12-06

xmnSorry for off topic, "does anyone know where on ubports your pebble watch apps are stored? I would like to try and backup this folder"01:18
xmnyou can share sailfish location too if you only know that01:18
T42<ot_kurva> yeah! BT works. Used backported driver (FAQ point 10.4) and disable HCISMD.10:30
T42<ankaos> @ot_kurva [yeah! BT works. Used backported driver (FAQ po …], Send me answer olease11:03
T42<ot_kurva> In FAQ HADK point 10.4.11:08
T42<ot_kurva> Sorry,
T42<ot_kurva> And now troubles with sensors and GPS12:23
T42<ot_kurva> I'm trying now to fix sensors by FAQ HADK.12:25
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rinigusin tama port, looks like usb-moded got broken. from testing, already sfos 3.3 wasn't working. pretty sure it did before, as it is marked in the docs12:45
rinigusjournal log:
rinigusls -R /config/usb_gadget/:
rinigususb_moded debug:
rinigusany tips?12:45
T42<ot_kurva> test_sensors: test_sensors.c:87: main: Assertion `hwmod != NULL' failed.12:50
T42<ot_kurva> And gps_test says "library "" not found"12:52
T42<ot_kurva> when I try to test sensors in CSD tool, I have errors like "SensorManagerError:  "requested sensor id 'alssensor' not registered"12:55
T42<ot_kurva> SensorManagerInterface::interface:78 - Requested sensor id ' "alssensor" ' interface not granted12:55
malwhich android base?13:00
T42<ot_kurva> Android 713:00
T42<ot_kurva> LOS 14.113:01
Ingvixhey, just tested postmarketos on nexus 7 (grouper) and most things seem to work quite well. Kernel version was 5.10.something if recall correctly. There's no actually good UI option for the device and wondered if I'd try to port sfos using the same kernel17:08
Ingvixthough I will probably need some help since this isn't really going by the book where you use the lineageos or such to create kernel or something like that17:11
Ingvixthough even that probably never works just like that but anyways17:11
Ingvixand I never got even the display working last time I tried17:12
IngvixIn practice I recon it's actually simpler in this case but I just don't have the knowhow17:13
Ingvixalready got the kernel on the device so basicly I just need the sfos rootfs on it?17:15
T42<Herrie1982> @Ingvix [hey, just tested postmarketos on nexus 7 (grou …], You could try LuneOS as well. We have various devices on Android 5.x, 7.x basis and also using mainline kernel such as Pinephone, qemux86(-64) and RPi 3/4 for example17:16
IngvixOh, never heard of that17:17
IngvixI do prefer the aesthetics of sfos to luneOS what I'm seeing in some screenshots17:19
T42<Herrie1982> Sure, just wanted to give you an option17:36
malrunning sfos on mainline kernel is possible, pinephone is one and I also had sfos boot to UI on mainline kernel for fp218:11
Ingvixsounds good. Any caveats?18:18
malwell fp2 mainline has many issues, depends on how good the mainline support is18:29
T42<edp_17> @Herrie1982 : Is it possible to build LuneOS to Samsung devices (e.g. Galaxy S2 i9100 and/or Galaxy Note 4)19:30
T42<Herrie1982> @edp_17 [@Herrie1982 : Is it possible to build LuneOS t …], If there's already a Halium 5.1/7.1 Build it's straight forward19:33
T42<Herrie1982> For kernel defconfig it uses the same as Mer/SFOS basically19:33
T42<Herrie1982> So it's just making sure kernel builds with newer GCC, which usually is a handful to a dozen "standard" patches and some device specific config (similar to what SFOS does really with the droid-hal-device bits)19:35
T42<Herrie1982> Different config in general, but same idea, with some things overlapping like ofono config19:35
T42<edp_17> Thanks. How can I know whether there is a Halium build?20:07
T42<Herrie1982> @edp_17 [Thanks. How can I know whether there is a Hali …], See if the device is in here:

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