Tuesday, 2023-02-28

T42<vsvoid> @elros34  I was going through the logs and noticed /odm directory but my fstab has no odm partition09:05
T42<elros34> have you check in devicetree's fstab whether it is defined the like explained in instruction?09:06
T42<vsvoid> I don't understand09:10
T42<elros34> in /proc/device-tree/firmware/android/fstab/09:12
T42<vsvoid> `lancelot:/ # ls /proc/device-tree/firmware/android/10:32
T42<vsvoid> compatible  hardware  mode  name  serialno`10:32
T42<vsvoid> 10:32
T42<vsvoid> There is no fstab in there10:32
T42<elros34> ok so I wouldn't worry about odm then10:45
T42<vsvoid> Okay10:45
HengYeDev[m]i have gotten the user session not start issue... (full message at <https://matrix.org/_matrix/media/v3/download/matrix.org/QJNVozMhQhMSuOjrDquPZlEb>)20:34
T42<nixgoat> Hello! I've been trying to port SFOS to Redmi Note 9. I'm stuck at building the droid-hal package. Specifically it gets stuck generating udev rules. I've tried this suggestion but it hasn't helped. Any tips? (re @unknown: TheHexagon: yeah Elr...)20:35
T42<nixgoat> I've also tried applying this patch. (re @elros34: for udevd spam apply...)20:35
T42<elros34> this patch is not very important. Check droid-hal-device.log20:37
T42<elros34> @HengYeDev so what was the issue? CONFIG_VT=y is something which caused issues on some kernels long time ago and I am do not remember anybody figure out how to boot without it20:41
T42<nixgoat> Checked it out, but no errors seem to show up. Here's the log https://stepbro.voring.me/HZiwgsJ (re @elros34: this patch is not ve...)20:42
T42<elros34> @HengYeDev maybe ubports have some workaround for it, don't they use systemd?20:43
T42<elros34> @nixgoat what's the output of 'allmod | grep -e fstab -e uevent'20:45
T42<mitko74112> https://irc.thaodan.de/.imgstore/b9bb4c3a/file_4623.jpg20:46
T42<mitko74112> https://irc.thaodan.de/.imgstore/b9bb4c3a/file_4623.jpg20:46
T42<nixgoat> The command can't be found. Should I install it within sfossdk? (re @elros34: @nixgoat what's the ...)20:47
T42<elros34> in habuild, what android base do you use?20:48
T42<nixgoat> I'm using hybris-17.1 (re @elros34: in habuild, what and...)20:48
T42<nixgoat> Hm, same thing. What package corresponds to allmod? (re @elros34: in habuild, what and...)20:50
T42<elros34> I am not sure whether it is available in 17, did you run usual source and breakfast? on older bases it was make modules20:52
T42<nixgoat> Yup. Followed the guide + hadk-faq (re @elros34: I am not sure whethe...)20:53
T42<nixgoat> I'm talking about packaging the hybris-hals. Not building them.20:56
T42<nixgoat> *hybris-hal20:57
T42<elros34> so what is output of make modules?20:58
T42<nixgoat> Build completes successfully. Do you want me to send logs? (re @elros34: so what is output of...)21:06
T42<elros34> or just search for fstab uevent in the output21:07
T42<nixgoat> The output logs seem to not return any results related to those two keywords.21:16
T42<nixgoat> However the output directory does contain files with them.21:17
T42<elros34> can you run 'hmm'?21:20
T42<elros34> if you run source and breakfast and use lineage17 base then you should have allmod, I do not get why you dont: https://github.com/LineageOS/android_build/blob/lineage-17.1/envsetup.sh#L2921:23
HengYeDev[m]@elros34 the issue was that autologind doesn't start which prevents init-done -> prevents user services from runnig21:25
HengYeDev[m]ubports has a workaround for the Compositor (https://gitlab.com/ubports/porting/community-ports/android10/unihertz-titan/unihertz-titan/-/commit/f074d794f347661da24f14215fbd7a5e4f76ce64) but i autologin is jolla only21:25
* HengYeDev[m] sent a code block: https://matrix.org/_matrix/media/v3/download/matrix.org/aXMKEUhhYfBUxeKNtkOOVrPS21:26
T42<vsvoid> Anyone know how this issue can be solved21:26
T42<vsvoid> 21:26
T42<vsvoid> *!! Could not get version for droid-system-xiaomi-template: fatal: --unshallow on a complete repository does not make sense*21:26
T42<elros34> 'strings' on that autologind shows some execv, fork and systemctl so maybe you can fool it:)21:31

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