Thursday, 2021-11-18

T42<rodrisola> Yes, (re @SailfishFreenodeIRCBridgeBot: <mal>@rodrisola did ...)08:12
T42<rodrisola> Why? (re @SailfishFreenodeIRCBridgeBot: <mal>@rodrisola did ...)08:12
T42<elros34> @rodrisola I guess because it's not used and cause error while building09:10
malyeah, it's not used in any new android base (at least android 8 and newer) also for some newer bases it has not even been made to build successfully because of that10:37
T42<Walid> repo sync11:36
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T42<rodrisola> But I get error why it does not find those files, how can I skip them? (re @SailfishFreenodeIRCBridgeBot: <mal>yeah, it's not ...)15:11
malthe build just warns that it doesn't find those, it's not an error15:22
malignore the warning about audioflingerglue15:22
T42<rodrisola> OK, I will delete everything and start the repository (re @SailfishFreenodeIRCBridgeBot: <mal>yeah, it's not ...)18:52
malwhat do you mean delete everything, only need to remove that one repo20:08
T42<hacker12455> so I was fixing up warnings in the kernel config and fixed up fixup-mountpoints21:31
T42<hacker12455> any idea why sfos tries to mount my /data as f2fs21:31
T42<hacker12455> ah I see21:31
T42<hacker12455> it's f2fs in fstab21:32
maldata is mounted in kernel init, you should format it to ext4 probably21:33
T42<hacker12455> it's formatted to ext421:35
malwhy are you talking about fstab, it's not used in sfos, build script generates systemd mount services for the needed partitions from the fstab21:36
T42<hacker12455> yes21:36
T42<hacker12455> any idea what I need to do21:43
T42<hacker12455> let me send init.log21:43
T42<hacker12455> no idea why it tries to mount itself as f2fs21:48
T42<hacker12455> twrp mounts it fine21:48
T42<hacker12455> also shows it's ext421:48
T42<hacker12455> f2fs is even disabled in kernel21:49
T42<hacker12455> kernel config:
T42<hacker12455> checked in mountpoints that mmcblk0p54 is the location of data22:14
T42<hacker12455> it's like it isn't even trying to mount it as ext422:17
T42<hacker12455> as it tries fat and udf before as well22:18
malyou are sure it's ext4?22:23
T42<hacker12455> yes22:24
T42<hacker12455> pretty sure22:24
T42<hacker12455> mount also lists it as ext4 in twrp22:24
maland it's not encrypted or anything like that?22:25
malalso recheck the device node that it's correct22:26
T42<hacker12455> yes, I specifically reformatted it to avoid that (re @SailfishFreenodeIRCBridgeBot: <mal>and it's not en...)22:26
T42<hacker12455> twrp would ask me for a password if it was encrypted22:27
T42<hacker12455> check the device node as in the partition number?22:27
T42<hacker12455> mount points from the device say userdata -> /dev/block/mmcblk0p5422:28
T42<hacker12455> which is what init tries to mount22:28
T42<hacker12455> maybe I should try reformatting the partition?22:28
maltry reformatting again22:29
T42<hacker12455> alright22:30
T42<hacker12455> formatted to ext422:32
T42<hacker12455> extracting rootfs again22:32
malso can you enter the first telnet in port 23?22:33
T42<hacker12455> yes22:33
malwhat happens if you try to mount the partition manually22:33
T42<hacker12455> invalid argument22:33
T42<hacker12455> let me try again after I extract the rootfs22:34
T42<elros34> error should be in dmesg, if you can mount partition then extracting file willnot help22:34
T42<elros34> if you can't*22:34
T42<hacker12455> now it works22:40
T42<hacker12455> I know what could be the reason22:40
T42<hacker12455> me not rebooting after the format22:40

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