Monday, 2022-08-01

T42<elros34> There not many devices with 3.4 kernel. Unlikely this will help but have you tried disabling audit (kernel cmdline audit=0) or searching for these 'undefined instruction' errors?06:14
EleventhLastin short, there is no such error if you only set up the OS, now I will compare 2 logs, but the difference is only in Wi-Fi06:27
EleventhLastdid not try to disable auditing06:28
EleventhLastI looked at both logs, and the error itself begins precisely with starting the network and scanning the wifi, but for some reason, at the first start, an error about this instruction appeared, but it did not lead to a kernel bug06:39
T42<elros34> then maybe it would be worth to compare commits related to sysfs/wifi 12vs15vs17 branch or even search for some custom kernel which might have some backported patches06:57
EleventhLastYes, I will solve this problem myself, and I also found a compositing error, now I want to adjust the spec ratio07:01
EleventhLastbut I have a 5.7-inch display, can I use the same formula?07:01
T42<elros34> why not or find device with similar display/resolution07:04
T42<elros34> maybe one of offcial devices07:04
EleventhLastremember I disabled the timer in ? How can I make it in the assembly itself?07:04
T42<elros34> same file should be in $ANDROID_ROOT/device/*/*/rootdir/ or something like that07:05
EleventhLastI didn’t even understand how to calculate this pixel ratio, I get insanely huge numbers07:17
EleventhLastand yet, if it’s not difficult for you, tell me how to change the spec ratio, I don’t want to wait another hour to rebuild the image08:15
EleventhLaststrange, the phone thinks it's charging, but nothing is connected to it10:28
EleventhLastsysfs/wifi there is no file, there is also no git, all I can say is that the firmware works after the initial setup, but if you reboot, everything dies12:04
nncvThe only error I have left is this now: "Fetching: 81% (593/732) platform/packages/modules/DnsResolvererror.GitError: Cannot fetch device-sony-common update-ref: fatal: 137bf78caf8a464adcac102bdcb2d70c91c98509^0: not a valid SHA112:24
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T42<TheVancedGamer> uh13:23
T42<Umeaman> Anyone here that wants to help out building a program based on the HADK instructions? I mean, there has to be an alternative way than through CLI to actually build Sailfish OS for a new device.13:46
T42<Umeaman> 13:46
T42<Umeaman> Anyway, my project to join is here:
T42<Umeaman> Don't get me wrong, all I'm asking is an alternative for noobs when it comes to CLI.13:47
deathmist1@Umeaman looks similar to what I've made I wanted to automate practically everything and integrate the workarounds/hacks one might have to do to build everything, though I think it broke right after I released it and I've not looked into SFOS things since due to being busy with other stuff13:54
T42<Umeaman> To tell you the truth, I didn't know that it existed. (re @SailfishFreenodeIRCBridgeBot: <deathmist1>@Umeaman...)13:54
deathmist1well I only started work on it sometime in 2021 and finally published initial version in 2022 :p13:56
T42<Umeaman> Cool! What devices are ported thanks to this?13:57
deathmist1it doesn't really guide you though / automate new port steps that much, but I've worked on a WIP module that would add this capability. I just need to look into more things and see if there's problems before pushing it (and first fix the scripts in general for latest versions)13:58
malI don't really see how much porting of new devices could be automated, so many things change based on android base version and other things14:02
deathmist1mal: in my case the "new port module" was mostly just a semi-interactive list of questions based on which it would create dhd/dcd/dvd repos for the device enough to build an initial flashable zip, no guarantees that it would boot or anything :p14:04
malhaving a script to generate those repos would make sense, other than that not sure really14:06
deathmist1like "is there a cellular modem", "at least 2 GB RAM or no" etc. and would tweak the patterns a bit14:06
EleventhLastmal , have you removed anything from defconfig ? maybe there was some parameter with which the kernel did not work14:37
piggz_seems like my kitten was typing14:42
T42<TheVancedGamer> Yeah seemed like it :D14:50
EleventhLastin short, I don't know how to solve this problem15:04
maldid you try that one patch from yesterday?15:08
EleventhLastthey were already installed in my files15:11
maleven this one ?15:13
EleventhLastit looks like yesterday I had to sleep ..... damn, yesterday I had lines that didn’t seem to exist, and these seem to have also dreamed of ....15:16
EleventhLastthere are no these patches, but yesterday I saw them in my config15:16
EleventhLastwhat happened yesterday, I seem to have removed these patches on purpose15:22
EleventhLastmal same error which refers to BUG_ON(sd->s_flags & SYSFS_FLAG_REMOVED);15:40
EleventhLastwhat should I do? I feel sorry for abandoning this device, considering how much time and effort I spent on it, and I also noticed that there are artifacts of the "wallpaper" image16:52
T42<elros34> If you want to drop device after 1 day of bug fixing failure then you should choose official device and forget about porting. Some porters fix issues for months or never. What are even the steps to reproduce this bug?17:29
T42<elros34> I wonder what would happen with BUG_ON -> WARN_ON but maybe it's not even safe to try it17:33
EleventhLastin general, all instruction errors start after this
EleventhLastbut I have no idea why this is happening18:20
T42<elros34> have you tried lineage18 branch from you kernel sources or some other kernel if there is any?18:39
EleventhLastI'm afraid I won't have enough internal memory on my hard drive, how much will it weigh in total?18:54
T42<elros34> zero unless you cloned minimal sources with 1 branch and not commit history18:55
EleventhLastyou can try lineage1718:55
EleventhLastI don’t know, my lineage 15.1 takes 60 gigabytes18:56
T42<elros34> check, git branch -a in kernel sources18:57
EleventhLastcan i just replace the links with lineage 17 and repo sync?18:57
EleventhLast* (no branch)   remotes/github/lineage-15.1   remotes/m/hybris-15.1 -> github/lineage-15.118:59
T42<elros34> be careful with repo sync to not lost all your changes18:59
EleventhLastI save the changes, and then you can change the manifest and still sync again for lineage 17?19:00
T42<elros34> I was only talking about kernel not whole sources so git should be enough19:02
EleventhLastonly git clone to folder kernel?19:03
malassuming the same kernel repo has different branches then just do git fetch there and the change to some newer branch and see if it works19:11
voidanix[m]Why not use 18.1 for the whole thing though?19:30
deathmist1I don't know what the state of hybris-18.1 is still after a year, no changes in hybris-18.1(-update) branches since almost a year though19:45
*** Daaanct12 is now known as Danct1219:57
mal18.1 has issues on some older devices at least, I think the issue is related to whether the lineage build defines updatable apex or not20:33

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