Sunday, 2022-07-31

EleventhLastI filled in everything correctly, but it is not going to, I have no more ideas00:28
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nncvHey guys, does anyone have any experience with building sfos for the Xperia 1 or Xperia 1 II?07:49
Thaodannncv: +08:04
nncvYou do? For which one?08:05
Thaodanthe build process is the same for both08:05
nncvOh that's sick, I have an Xperia 1 II, and I was thinking of building SFOS for it08:05
ThaodanYou can find the build instructions on my project08:05
nncvAny problems with functionality?08:05
nncvAh that is sick! Do you have a link?08:06
ThaodanXperia 1 II has issues with suspend right now since the modem's pcie doesn't suspend properly08:06
nncvMeh that's not that big of a problem08:06
ThaodanIt's good to use the channel grep that is in the topic.08:07
nncvYeah, thanks a lot, I will definitely do so.08:07
ThaodanBut here is the link anyway:
nncvHave you tested it on the XQ-AT52 variant?08:07
ThaodanI have XQ-AT51 but the 52 is just the dual sim variant.08:08
nncvYeah, I know, I was curious.08:08
ThaodanI'm currently working on finnishing the rest of the release process if you want prebuilds.08:09
nncvI'll build it in the following hours.08:09
nncvDoes Waydroid work?08:09
ThaodanIn theory you can just build your image against my adaptation repo:
ThaodanI didn't need to test waydroid.08:10
nncvYou didn't?08:11
nncvAlso I will do so.08:11
nncvKinda curious as to why you didn't need to test Waydroid.08:14
EleventhLAstand yet , it is collected with ignoring files . but if you do it as in the instructions, then it is not going to08:36
EleventhLAstmaybe something is wrong with the files themselves, because the errors are exactly on% {nil}08:41
EleventhLAstI also don't have this file.08:46
EleventhLAstThen add - droid-hal-hammerhead-detritus to droid-configs/patterns/ jolla-hw-adaptation-hammerhead.yaml (substitute as appropriate for your device08:46
EleventhLAstso, it's my fault for creating the wrong file, I thought that straggler_files \ was set for example09:43
EleventhLAstrebuilt as needed, but now after a couple of seconds it throws it out of telnet, and the modem mode is turned off, there is also no picture10:31
EleventhLAstI flashed a slightly different firmware version, and the problem remained only with the time daemon10:41
EleventhLastwho knows what to do with the demon of time, I did not find anything on the net about this11:02
T42<elros34> really? this channel is filled with this, hadk-hot too11:04
T42<elros34> Instead flashing different firmware, you should get logs from that11:06
ELeventhLastI saw, you need to turn off the demon11:09
ELeventhLastsystemctl disable time Failed to disable unit: Unit file time.service does not exist.11:10
T42<elros34> time to learn how to use existing information. This is one of the most common issue in past so there are multiple instructions how to fix it11:14
ELeventhLastgive instructions11:15
ELeventhLastno, i already found it11:19
ELeventhLastif I understand correctly, this must be done during assembly, can I somehow disable this without reassembly?11:29
T42<elros34> droid-config*/sparse/ is / on your device. All init*.rc files are also on your device so you can make changes on device11:34
ELeventhLastI would like to say that there is no necessary file from hadk-hot11:36
ELeventhLastdisabled_services.rc or in init*rc files if you use old hybris base11:37
ELeventhLastOr does this file need to be created manually?11:38
T42<elros34> I do not remember excatly how it was for 15 base but for sure you will find this in channel logs11:39
ELeventhLast /usr/bin/droid/droid-hcismd-up.sh11:40
ELeventhLastI don’t know how to turn it off, there is no file about which they write, and links with inserts are broken11:48
ELeventhLastThe init * rc files seem to be in some other directory, will there be any other options besides usr/libexec/droid-hybris/system/etc/init/?12:08
T42<elros34> take a look ate file you have added previously: I see at least 2 clear examples for lkmd and wificond. Do similar thing for time_deamon. BTW this failing service is really not critical12:15
ELeventhLastin fact i have created the required file but it doesn't seem to apply12:27
ELeventhLastdoes it need a specific chmod?12:29
T42<elros34> I think it can't have too much permissions otherwise you will see in logs some error.12:30
ELeventhLast[   13.399372] droid-hal-init: Parsing file /usr/libexec/droid-hybris/system/etc/init/vendor.time_daemon.rc... [   13.399418] droid-hal-init: Skipping insecure file '/usr/libexec/droid-hybris/system/etc/init/vendor.time_daemon.rc' [   13.399489] droid-hal-init: could not import file '/usr/libexec/droid-hybris/system/etc/init/vendor.time_daemon.rc'12:31
ELeventhLastand indeed, there is a mistake12:32
ELeventhLastwhat rights does he need12:32
ELeventhLast[   13.464145] droid-hal-init: /usr/libexec/droid-hybris/system/etc/init/time_daemon.rc: 1: ignored duplicate definition of service 'time_daemon'12:41
ELeventhLastand why...12:41
T42<elros34> because something else defined it before12:42
ELeventhLastbut here's what...12:43
ELeventhLastand there are a lot of duplicates in the logs12:44
T42<elros34> grep -r time_daemon in /*,  /usr/libexec/droid-hybris and /system should reveal it12:46
ELeventhLastyou probably wrote something wrong, this command does not output absolutely nothing12:53
ELeventhLastin all 3 directories12:54
T42<elros34> yeah commas are for you, grep will not understand them12:57
T42<elros34> comma and 'and' :)12:57
ELeventhLast.... I'm not talking about that12:59
ELeventhLast# grep -r time_daemon Connection closed by foreign host13:00
ELeventhLastI don't have time to see what13:01
T42<elros34> 'grep -r time_daemon' is wrong because it can read form sysfs or /d which cause may issues on some kernels. 'grep  time_daemon /*' and 'grep -r time_daemon /system' would be correct13:03
ELeventhLasttelnet no longer connects...13:06
ELeventhLastno, it works13:07
nncvHey guys, I'm following the Sailfish X Android 11 build guide for the Xperia 10 III, although I am going to build it for the Xperia 1 II, and I don't know how to move on. I've finished chapter 4, and the guide is telling me to git clone from the mer-hybris repo, but it doesn't contain the Edo family, which my phone is a part of. What do I do?13:50
nncv(I'm also going to use Android 12 as a base instead of Android 11)13:51
EleventhLast#/ time_daemon /vendor/bin/time_daemon /nonplat_file_contexts:/(vendor|system/vendor)/bin/time_daemon          u:object_r:time_daemon_exec:s0 grep: /sdcard: No such file or directory13:52
nncvThaodan: any advice?13:53
EleventhLastif I understand correctly, you need to clean
T42<elros34> EleventhLast Are you sure this is only rc file with that service? You need to see if / is really parsed before yours. if yes then you must edit init.traget.rc directly13:54
EleventhLastmost likely he, I looked at the logs, and there was no time service anywhere except what I created13:55
nncvIf anyone else can, please give me a helping hand. Thanks.13:56
EleventhLastservice time_daemon /vendor/bin/time_daemon    class main    user root    group root13:56
EleventhLastYes, this is it13:56
T42<elros34> @nncv do not know the details but for sure you must use github repo which Thaodan gives you. Maybe you will even find device specific instruction there13:58
nncvI looked on the repo but the instructions leads to the main page, which references instructions, which references the main page, etc13:59
T42<elros34> ok but edo repos are there:
nncvAh, thank you so much, T42!14:00
Mister_Magisterit's not T42, T42 is a proxy/bridge14:00
Mister_Magisteryou're talking to @elros3414:00
nncvThen thank you elros3414:00
EleventhLastunfortunately there is no image, but in the log there are a huge number of errors that I do not understand14:01
EleventhLastI'm wondering if this could be a clue [ 15.520606] droid-hal-init: service 'console' couldn't open console '/dev/console': No such device14:02
EleventhLastall services start without errors14:07
EleventhLastcan someone say something?14:15
nncvHey. After I've cloned the droid-src-sony repo, I get an error. Failing repos: device/sony/common16:06
nncvAnyone have any idea what it could mean? Should I ignore it?16:07
nncvFor reference: I'm trying to build SFOS for the Xperia 1 II16:08
nncvI'll retry running with fail-fast16:09
nncvfatal: bad object HEAD16:12
nncverror: did not send all necessary objects16:12
nncvthere's also this: "Fetching: 56% (414/732) platform/external/speex16:36
nncverror: RPC failed; HTTP 400 curl 22 The requested URL returned error: 40016:36
nncvfatal: error reading section header 'acknowledgments'"git co16:36
ThaodanHm which manifest did you use while cloning?16:55
Thaodanthe tagged-localbuild or the localbuild16:56
ThaodanAnd yeah the install instructions don't mention that the device repos aren't at mer-hybris but at
nncvI've not changed a thing as far as I am concerned, I've only followed the guide. At most, I only changed the hal source to the one you provided yesterday17:15
nncvShould I clean the hadk folder and clone from the repo you've mentioned?17:15
nncvI'm not gonna lie, I do not know whether I used the tagged-localbuild or the localbuild.17:16
nncvI'm very new to this17:16
ThaodanDid you run this command? repo init -u -b $HAVERSION -m tagged-localbuild.xml17:16
Thaodanno problem everyone makes mistakes17:17
nncvYeah, I did, but with the tagged-localbuild, as is in the guide17:17
Thaodanyeah that sounds good. I would try again, the issue could be on githubs side.17:18
nncvAfter which everything is good when it syncs, but some repos fail, those being the ones listed above17:18
nncvI tried reaching out for the bpf, seems to be unreachable17:18
nncvI'll do another init and see if it fixes it17:18
ThaodanI just clone the whole project a few days ago when building droid-system.17:18
nncvDid it work? Should I attempt that?17:19
ThaodanIf this doesn't work you can get an image in a few days from me.17:19
nncvI'd love that.17:19
ThaodanYou can try17:19
nncvHow should I do that?17:19
ThaodanBut you build for Xperia 1 II, didn't setup obs builds for that one so far. But most of the work for Xperia 1 is the same.17:20
nncvYeah, the step in the set-up that pertains to the specifics of the Xperia 1 II was earlier and it has been done with success17:20
nncvIt's failing now because it can't seem to fetch device-sony-common17:20
nncvAnd the platform/system/bpf repo fails17:21
ThaodanIf you want it a little easier you can also try hadk_tools however if github has issues than this will be the same using hadk_tools17:21
nncvHmm, I think this might be github. How should I go about using hadk_tools though?17:22
ThaodanFollow and then follow but make sure to pass SHPP=<location of shpp> when calling make for hadk_tools17:24
ThaodanAfter doing so follow
ThaodanWhen you did that you can just do hadk.source -f <unit for your device> and then -f <unit for your device> and wait17:26
nncvI see I see17:26
nncvIt seems I can't run "update_pkg_ressources"17:31
nncvIt can't open the makefile17:31
nncvSeems like shpp works but17:35
nncv""/usr/local/bin/shpp: 124: local: bad variable name""17:35
nncvShould I have installed shpp while inside the ubuntu chroot or on my main system?17:35
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nncvEither way, there must be something wrong with the HEAD of the sony-devices-common repo17:44
nncvBecause that's one of the reasons it is failing17:44
nncvAny clue on how to fix that?17:44
EleventhLastI still don't understand what's wrong and why it doesn't work17:51
nncvre-installing repo for this repo. will report back once done. this time I'll sync it with just one thread.17:58
T42<elros34> EleventhLast then grab some usefull logs then like longer than 30s dmesg/journal/logcat according to instructions18:05
EleventhLastI can’t remove the logcat, or dmesg after 5-10 seconds, I’m thrown out of telnet and I can’t connect anymore, and adb doesn’t work at all18:07
EleventhLastthis is all the logs i could get18:09
Thaodannncv: sorry I didn't follow for a sec18:11
ThaodanYou can skip the update_pkg_ressources part.18:12
ThaodanYou should install hadk_tools inside the main system, it's like pupet master around the platform sdk and the ubu chroot.18:12
T42<elros34> EleventhLast: then enable persisten logging. BTW did you revert back your mysterious firmware changes?18:13
EleventhLastmysterious firmware change, what are you talking about?18:13
nncvI see I see, but would it help with the problems listed? Right now I'm re-doing the sync-ing from scratch, reinitlaized repo18:14
Thaodanafter installing shpp, call make inside the hadk_tools folder with make SHPP=/usr/local/bin/shpp PREFIX=$HOME/.local.18:14
T42<elros34> EleventhLast you said previously that you change something with firmware but I have no idea what excatly18:14
ThaodanI wouldn't necessarily but you would not need to follow the instructions.18:14
Thaodaneither way is fine.18:15
nncvIf it fails again I'll try doing what you've recommended me, but I'm wondering if it wouldn't just spit out the same error messages.18:15
nncvSeems like the HEAD of sony-devices-common is at fault.18:15
EleventhLastelros34: I set different versions by date, but it did not help18:15
ThaodanI would if Github has issues but if it doesn't the will setup everything until you get the final image.18:15
nncvThat sounds very nice. Why isn't hadk_tools recommended anywhere if it's that easy?18:16
ThaodanI don't know, it's not as perfect as sometimes there are some pitfalls that you can face when stuff changes and I didn't catch up with my instructions. It also builds everything that you tell it to until you remove a unit that is depended on making it not good for release builds.18:18
nncvAh I see. Well, I'll see if the problem's fixed after repo is done sync-ing again. Shouldn't be much more to do after it syncs, right?18:19
ThaodanI guess the issue is also that is different from plain hadk as it separate each step into separate unit.18:19
EleventhLastYes, I did permanent logging, but how can I get all the logs? I can't get through it all the way18:20
ThaodanNo not that much. The download step isn't repeated in any case, just patching of android and then building.18:20
nncvThat's nice. The current version of Android that is installed on the phone doesn't matter whatsoever, correct?18:21
ThaodanIt shouldn't no, AOSP replaces the installed Android.18:21
Thaodanjust modem, bootloader and such are reused18:22
nncvThat is what I thought, although the guide is worded in such a way that it made me think it mattered for some reason.18:22
nncvWill we get an Android 12 variant of this process as well, or does it not matter?18:22
T42<elros34> EventhLast like it's explained in instruction, using -b argument18:22
EleventhLastthis argument does not display the entire log, you still have to scroll18:24
nncvActually, I18:25
Thaodanif you not like journalctl's output read it's manpage.18:25
EleventhLastI can't scroll to the end18:25
EleventhLastlines 93-131 Killed / # Connection closed by foreign host. eleventh@eleventh-ThinkPad:~$18:25
nncvActually, I've always wondered: What is Android even used for when building SFOS? Just the blobs for the firmware and stuff?18:25
Thaodannncv: the blobs want a basic android running.18:26
nncvSo is SFOS still just basically Android?18:26
T42<elros34> EleventhLast why don't you read instruction then? It's all there including disabling paging18:27
ThaodanNo Sailfish OS just reuses the Android hardware support through libhybris.18:27
nncvAaah, I see I see. Thanks for clearing that up, Thaodan. Will I be able to run Android apps under SFOS natively or will I need to use something like Waydroid?18:28
ThaodanThe issue is that an Android kernel provides basic drivers that to the lowerlevel work but above that the blobs their work. This requires us to run the lower level parts of Android. But we stop quite fast as we don't run Java.18:29
ThaodanThe benefit is that we don't need to have working kernel drivers for such things as the modem or bluetooth.18:29
nncvThank god we don't need to run Java, too.18:30
ThaodanIf you use mainline such as it is possible on SDM845 phones as the xperia XZ2/XZ3 (tama) the userspace such as ofono needs to understand all the qualcomm protocols to talk to the modem.18:31
ThaodanBluetooth already works natively as the desktop bluetooth driver can be used.18:31
ThaodanFor Android apps you would need Aliendalvik.18:31
nncvWaydroid does it without Aliendalvik18:32
nncvI'm using an Xperia 1 II, so there's that one little quirk about the modem, but that'll probably get fixed sooner or later.18:32
ThaodanWell Waydroid isn't the same.18:32
nncvNo, of course not, but it's not far away.18:32
ThaodanI don't think that is true.18:32
nncvI've been reading about it, it looks like it isn't far away.18:33
nncvUpdate-wise, will I receive them? Or will I have to rebuild SFOS every time?18:33
ThaodanWhen I've setup otas you can get updates. Without you need to push your local repo somewhere and add it so updates work.18:33
ThaodanAd does much of the heavy lifting that apps work seamlessly something that isn't done in Waydroid.18:34
nncvIs it easy to setup OTAs?18:34
ThaodanFor my test builds I push my local repo to my server and add it after doing so otas work.18:35
nncvBut doesn't that mean I'll have to rebuild SFOS for every update?18:35
ThaodanNo the lower level packages rarely change.18:35
nncvHmm, so what exactly would the update process consist of?18:36
ThaodanI mean they do but only as far as you install the updates packages.18:36
ThaodanYou can use the stock ui or the command line does once you added your repo.18:36
nncvHow long would the update process take after I've set up OTAs?18:37
ThaodanSame as stock.18:39
nncvI see I see. I'll definitely need some help setting up OTAs, so I'll ask you for help when that time comes. Very new to this, still wrapping my head around the concepts, heh.18:39
Thaodannp I can help, if you face a bug don't hesitate to open a bug.18:40
nncvYup. Thanks a lot, Thaodan.18:40
EleventhLast elros34 full log
EleventhLastIf I understand correctly, everything is in the loop because of the bluetooth?18:50
T42<elros34> no, I am still not sure that you did bother to read instruction, it's explicitly written: -b-1 (from previous boot) and yet you use -b18:51
T42<elros34> didn't you again mask some services?18:56
EleventhLastI just don't understand why mask them, what does it give? And also what exactly to mask?18:57
T42<elros34> nothing, I ask whether you masked anything18:58
T42<elros34> so what is the ouptut for systemctl status user@10000019:01
EleventhLast # systemctl status user@100000 ● user@100000.service - User Manager for UID 100000    Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/user@.service; static; vendor preset: enabled)   Drop-In: /usr/lib/systemd/system/user@.service.d            └─oneshot-user-privileged.conf    Active: inactive (dead)19:04
T42<elros34> strange then, journal is quite empty19:06
T42<elros34> is dmesg/logcat also empty?19:07
EleventhLastthere is no cat log at all, I can’t connect to it in any way, but this user is not in dmesg, I have already looked at the logs several times from beginning to end19:08
T42<elros34> not cat log but logcat, and you need to run it after droid-hal-init starts19:09
EleventhLastoh.. one moment19:10
T42<elros34> check also whether you have some /dev/null symlink here: ls -al /etc/systemd/system/19:12
EleventhLastWell I can't see him19:12
EleventhLastthere is no symbolic link to /dev/null19:14
EleventhLastof all the errors, I see only the bluetooth start error19:22
T42<elros34> yeah forget about bluetooth, whole user@100000/lipstick should be there. What happend when you run dmesg/logcat just before you lose connection19:24
T42<elros34> it's 3.4 kernel so use somethink like that: 'while true; do dmesg -c; done'19:24
EleventhLastwell, I recorded logs without stopping until the connection was lost, and there were regular logs without user@100000/lipstick.19:25
EleventhLastI don't fully understand how to do this19:26
EleventhLastno, I understand19:27
EleventhLastabsolutely the same logs as before, it loses connection spontaneously19:29
T42<elros34> maybe these are related: "systemd (1): undefined instruction: pc=b6603d66" but I have never see it. Again and again can you get logcat?19:33
EleventhLastlogcat receive via adb?19:34
EleventhLastI just tried, but adb telfon did not see19:34
T42<elros34> no, just directly on device19:34
EleventhLastand there is no such command on the device19:35
T42<elros34> ok I will ask 1 question did you bother to read hadk-hot? It has full path to logcat19:35
T42<elros34> It's pointless if I have to explain everything while you have instruction19:36
EleventhLastalready found a way19:37
T42<elros34> I think there was 1 device which didn't had logs in journal but it was quiet  a long time ago and IIRC there was no logs at all and I do not know the details. Your issue is little different, system logs are there but nothing more19:39
EleventhLasthuge log, same errors19:40
T42<elros34> at least it has some useful logs19:40
T42<elros34> As far as I can see your device is armv7h so you need to replace lib64/ with lib/ in *rc files19:41
EleventhLastwhere to get these files from?19:43
EleventhLastwow, air raid alert19:43
T42<elros34> ouh19:44
EleventhLastwhere to get these files from, and what is the path to them?19:44
T42<elros34> these rc file which you copy previously in sparse/usr/libexec19:45
EleventhLastI can say for sure, there are only configs. without libraries19:47
T42<elros34> this line in all similar files19:48
EleventhLastI can say for sure, there are only configs. without libraries19:48
EleventhLastdamn, I cleared all these folders, because of this, libraries disappeared from there...19:49
EleventhLastor not, the brain can’t digest everything over the past couple of days, I don’t even remember what day of the week it is, and generally stopped talking to anyone because19:50
EleventhLastjust remove this line?19:52
T42<elros34> not replace lib64 -> lib19:52
EleventhLastthe image is there, but in the log I still see the same error, I checked all the .pc files and replaced20:08
EleventhLastjudging by what I see on the screen, something is clearly wrong, the blue gradient is on top, and the background of the language selection is black, in addition it is shifted to the left20:09
EleventhLastwhat else might be trying to access this library?20:11
T42<elros34> grep for lib64 in all rc files in /* and /usr/libexec/droid-hybris. I do not hing there can be anything else20:14
T42<elros34> think*20:14
T42<elros34> touchscreen works?20:15
EleventhLastdmesg should work20:21
EleventhLastsomething is wrong, does the settings screen look like this?20:27
T42<elros34> I do not remember how language selection looks like, fix touchscreen and then it will be clear20:27
EleventhLastShould I put this here?
T42<elros34> naah just remove :/dev/input/eventx you have added in droid-hal-device.conf and it qt will most likely detect correct node automatically20:33
EleventhLastI don't think so, but I'll try20:34
EleventhLastCan I remove it without rebuilding everything?20:36
T42<b100dian> Such a great effort from both of you, congrats!20:36
T42<elros34> sure everything in sparse/ is also on your device /20:37
EleventhLastI don't see this directory on my device20:41
EleventhLastI'll just redo everything20:42
T42<elros34> you don not see /var/lib/environment/compositor/?20:42
EleventhLastso this is where it is, I still don’t understand the directory structure in this OS at all20:43
EleventhLastdeleted this line, but the sensor still does not work20:46
T42<elros34> not whole line, only this part I mentioned20:48
EleventhLastwork sensor20:55
EleventhLastbut something needs to be done with scaling, the size of the input keyboard is critically small20:57
EleventhLastwifi work20:58
T42<elros34> great display works!, pixel ratio is in droid-config spec21:01
EleventhLastmobile network is also not working21:01
T42<elros34> yeah getting works everything is not always that easy21:03
EleventhLastdroid-config spec and on the device itself where is it?21:04
T42<elros34> changing pixel ration device is little more complicated and it requires changing some dconf value and installing some packages21:05
EleventhLastwhen using the Russian language, when you enter the settings, the phone turns off, this was not the case with English21:06
EleventhLastkernel bag....21:08
malthat looks familiar, which kernel version?21:11
malbased on the fact the log mentions msm8974 then it's quite likely to be kernel 3.421:12
malI had to fix similar bug on my msm8974 device21:12
malI'll try to find which patches needed to be backported21:12
EleventhLastok i will be very grateful21:13
malElevemthLast: can't remember if those couple of sysfs patches here helped or not
malmaybe apply those 4 to your kernel and see if it helps21:35
ThaodanKernel 3.4 could explain some issues and there will be more in the future as the kernel is to old for more. But I know there isn't much you can do.21:37
ElevemthLastare you talking about Commits on Mar 4, 2021 , should they be applied?21:38
T42<elros34> you probably have these patches already21:39
ElevemthLastunfortunately these patches already exist21:41
ElevemthLastbut there is no third patch21:43
ElevemthLastI looked in more detail, all the patches are there, so I don't know what to do21:50
ElevemthLastyou can tell it's dumb21:51
ElevemthLastunless, I included CONFIG_CMDLINE=tty1 in the config21:52
T42<elros34> maybe try this one but it's pure guess:
EleventhLastmaybe my file doesn't have that22:16
T42<elros34> it's from 3.10 kernel22:16
EleventhLastdon't care, I don't have any more options22:18
deathmist1EleventhLast: there is no need to act like this, you are getting assistance free of charge for easily searchable problems. how about you try to apply that patch to your kernel?22:35
EleventhLastwith that the kernel does not work at all22:43
EleventhLastCTCPServ: what patch is this, I watched, all the patches have already been22:44
EleventhLastthose patches that mal gave were already in my core22:47
EleventhLastI am surprised that this error did not come out right away, I even looked at the system a little, but after changing the language and rebooting, this error appears 10 seconds after starting the graphics22:52
EleventhLastI think it's a problem with wifi23:59

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