Thursday, 2022-11-17

piggzin ofono.service, user is set to root, but its actually running as radio, how does that happen?09:50
piggzspiiroin: afternoon :)13:56
Mister_Magisterpoor piggz getting ignored13:56
piggzcan anyone think why I might be hitting this
T42<foxclore> @elros34 regarding that usb issue: any ideas why init-script doesn't create any /init.log file?17:21
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]So I've successfully built (finally) SailfishOS installable zip... Problem is that I can't flash because of the following error:17:25
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Of course I've done something wrong but I don't know what. Is it related to SELinux contexts missing?17:25
T42<elros34> @foxclore because you are still in initramfs, not in sailfish. Same script is in sfos rootfs and it's executed after initramfs pass19:37
T42<elros34> so switching to configfs in init-scipt doesn't help?19:37
T42<elros34> SebastianoGaleazzo[m] I do not know how to solve this but as workaround you can flash hybris-boot, telnet and then unpack sfos rootfs manually to /data/.stowaways/sailfishos/19:52
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]<T42> "<elros34> Sebastiano Galeazzo..." <- Ok I've tried flashing hybris-recovery.img using "fastboot flash boot path/to/hybris-recovery.img" (since my device doesn't use separate recovery) but command fails with:20:08
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]That's strange20:08
T42<elros34> I always wonder why people hide commands they execute. BTW flashing recovery is really pointless for you20:10
T42<elros34> check what active slot you have now20:11
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Currently I'm on slot b...20:46
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]<T42> "<elros34> I always wonder why..." <- Anyway I've not pasted the command I've executed because I've written it in the above message if it's that what you meant20:49
T42<Ayman_rgab> @elros34 hi, do you have any idea why changing usb mode requires restarting usb-moded service ?20:50
T42<elros34> can you flash lineage boot?20:52
T42<elros34> SebastianoGaleazzo[m]^20:52
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Yes just tried... Btw I've noticed that hybris-boot.img and boot.img inside out folder differ in sizes: first is around 64mb second one is just 24mb20:54
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]s/64mb/24mb/, s/24mb/64mb/20:55
T42<elros34> they are not same thing, IIRC boot.img contains android initramfs20:56
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Hmm ok just thinking fastboot was refusing it because of something was missing inside20:57
T42<edp_17> I have the same issue too on some of my ports. (re @Ayman_rgab: @elros34 hi, do you ...)21:00
T42<elros34> the only way to figure out this is to debug udev events and usb-moded21:06
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Really don't know how to solve this... I'm searching around...21:12
T42<elros34> so you have this error only when you flash hybris-boot.img but not when flashing boot.img from out/ or lineage boot.img?21:14
malto bt sure the kernel contains reasonably sized initramfs you can compare hybris-boot and kernel in out/21:14
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Yes... Los and boot.img from out work21:15
malif the sizes are very close then it might be there is some issue21:15
T42<elros34> then use abootimg to check  hybris-boot.img and compare with boot.img21:15
malSebastianoGaleazzo[m]: which android base are you using?21:16
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Android base is LineageOS 18.1, Stock is Motorola firmware based on Android 1121:17
maldid you apply patches as mentioned in faq?21:17
T42<elros34> and you did install cpio in habuild?21:17
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]mal: I applied patches with "hybris-patches/ --mb"21:19
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]T42: you mean having cpio installed in PlatformSDK?21:19
T42<elros34> no in HABUILD21:20
T42<elros34> like explained in hadk-hot21:20
T42<elros34> little trap for new porters to not make porting too easy21:21
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]So I'm dumb... I think you have found what is going wrong here... Sorry didn't see that point in hadk-hot21:21
T42<elros34> should be in hadk but..21:22
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Ok now I install it and I make hybris-hal and droidmedia21:23
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Do I have to rebuild packages too or is it enough making hybris-hal and droidmedia and then creating zip file with --mic?21:26
T42<elros34> it's enough to make hybris-hal and flash hybris-boot21:27
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Unfortunately same error while flashing through fastboot21:30
maldid the size of hybris-boot change?21:31
T42<elros34> then compare working with not working image: abootimg or bnetter unpack_bootimg.py21:31
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]mal: yes a few21:32
malSebastianoGaleazzo[m]: what exact error message you get when flashing hybris-boot?21:32
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]T42: i was just doing it... i'm pasting results to pastebin...21:32
malSebastianoGaleazzo[m]: just a hint, T42 is a bot, you should mention the nick after it, like this @elros3421:33
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]mal: same as before:21:34
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]mal: lol haha21:34
malSebastianoGaleazzo[m]: can you post output of "fastboot getvar all" you can remove any serial numbers etc from the output21:35
malwhich device is that btw?21:36
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]so @elros34 below there is the output of abooimg:21:36
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]mal: output of fastboot getvar all:21:39
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]It is Motorola One Vision (exynos9609 in practice identical to exynos9610)21:39
T42<elros34> rounded image to 64MB?21:39
T42<elros34> try, it contains more details21:39
malSebastianoGaleazzo[m]: can you try another usb port on your computer just in case21:40
malI see some mentions on various forums that sometime the error you get can happen if the usb port is somehow incompatible21:40
malI remember some issues with usb3 ports, it might also depend on fastboot version etc21:41
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]@elros34 output of
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]@mal I've tried but got same error21:45
maldo you have another usb cable to test?21:46
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]can be this related to "second bootloader" missing in hybris-boot.img?21:46
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]mal: yes i try21:47
malhybris-boot.img contains quite simple initramfs21:47
T42<elros34> see if you are missing any of this offsets when hybris-boot.img is created:
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]mal: ok just tried but fastboot still refusing it21:49
T42<elros34> do you have some second stage file extracted form
mal@elros34 but fastboot should not fail in such cases, usually it doesn't check for validity of the kernel afaik21:50
T42<elros34> probably but then why boot.img can be flashed without issues?21:52
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]@elros34 so yes extracting lineage boot.img I got "kernel", "ramdisk" and "second" (could it be second bootloader related?), while extracting hybris-boot.img gives only "kernel" and "ramdisk"21:54
mal@elros34 good point21:55
T42<elros34> try recreating lineage and then hybris to see if you can reproduce/fix issue21:55
T42<elros34> I wonder what is in "second"21:56
malone option to try is to recreate the hybris-boot by extracting both boot and hybris-boot and then using the command of boot.img to assemble a hybris-boot.img with the second thing21:57
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]i was just asking this haha... ok so I try repackinig hybris-boot.img adding "second" file?21:58
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]* "second" file taken from los boot?21:58
malthose commands to extract kernel usually give a command to reassemble it21:59
T42<elros34> could be also that second is not even needed but --second_offset is22:01
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]ok so i think "second" refer to "second bootloader" since in out folder there is a file called "2ndbootloader" which has same size of the one inside los boot.img... 2ndbootloader is built since inside there is this line:22:04
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]@elros34 @mal details of I've done:22:21
SebastianoGaleazzo[m]Nothing changes same error is thrown22:24

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