Thursday, 2021-12-16

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Thaodan@rodrisola look at droid-hal-img-boot packages of seine05:44
deathmistmal: Thaodan: could you review thanks :)12:55
T42<AntonlX> Where is my mistake?
T42<В> is this chat used by anyone? i thought the porting was done in #sailfishos-porters?15:54
piggz@B the TG channel is brdged to IRC15:55
T42<В> oh, i see, my telegram messages get posted in the IRC... I am vakkov from the past, can't get a hold of my nickname at freenode anymore....15:56
mal@В we use OFTC network in irc now, not freenode16:03
T42<В> Ooh, that's why the freenode channel is so empty :D16:04
vakkovNice, hi all! Glad to see so many familiar nicknames, it's been a while16:05
malwelcome back16:06
mal@AntonlX how did you installa sailfish?16:08
vakkovmal: thanks! i've got a few quick questions... has sailfish matured in terms of multiple cameras now... does it support any computer vision/gpu acceleration, anything related to augmented reality and so on? what is hte main focus these days16:11
vakkovand how active is this channels these days :D are there tons of people porting it like in the past16:11
malmultiple cameras are supported but not combining the data of those, I think often such thing is done in some vendor blobs or apps16:13
malI have personally been done some testing of opencv on sailfish and also trying to get virtual reality system running (openxr based)16:13
vakkovalso, is qualcomm still the "friendliest" SoC in terms of porting16:14
malvakkov: you can check logs to see how active this channel is, I think quite active, many people porting to various devices16:14
malqcom is easiest usually but nothing really prevents using mediatek or such, might need somw hacks sometimes because how mediatek does things, there are also coupld of native linux ports16:15
vakkovmal: and in terms of camera adaptation? Is any brand easier than the rest? Also, how are the new exynos socs positioned in terms of friendliness16:17
malnot sure if there has been much exynos ports because it's not often easy to find sources for those16:18
T42<AntonlX> Through flashing zip (re @SailfishFreenodeIRCBridgeBot: <mal>@AntonlX how di...)16:32
mal@AntonlX have you manually disabled anything on device now?16:36
malwhat android base is that?16:37
malcan you show output of "systemctl"16:44
T42<AntonlX> I've disabled selinux because It cause unavalible binder16:59
malwhat do you mean? which android base?17:16
mal17.1 and 18.1 need selinux17:16
malunless you want to patch some things17:16
T42<elros34> @AntonlX I do not see droid-hal-init in your log17:17
T42<AntonlX> This is full journalctl log. I think that selinux blocking access to binder and I need to change selinux settings (re @elros34: @AntonlX I do not se...)17:19
T42<AntonlX> I am use 18.1 base. What patches I need? (re @SailfishFreenodeIRCBridgeBot: <mal>unless you want...)17:20
T42<elros34> ok but I am talking about droid-hal-init, it should at least start or maybe you just masked it: /etc/systemd/system/droid-hal-init.service?17:21
T42<elros34> I think systemd doesn't like your services17:23
T42<elros34> I guess this one parceandroiddynparts.service17:24
mal@AntonlX those patches don't exist but would in theory be possible to create such patches to disable selinux, but I think we should rather figure out why selinux was a problem for you17:29
T42<elros34> did you copy selinux files (not symlinks) to /etc/selinux/?17:32
T42<AntonlX> yes (re @elros34: did you copy selinux...)17:40
poetasterI don't think systemd is service oriented.21:30

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