Saturday, 2024-03-16

T42_<pachof> Sorry, I have given up on improving the port, if you are really interested I can help you with some things such as fingerprinting, or rpm compilations (re @XAP2P: Oh wow, someone inte...)03:45
T42_<zhainhart> Hi all, could i start porting sailfish OS using AOSP ? Or better to use lineage as a base android OS ?08:22
T42_<zhainhart> I want to try to porting my android ๐Ÿ™08:22
T42_<ItsNikopol> 08:52
T42_<ItsNikopol> Read HADK Guide. It recommends using Lineage/Cyanogen as base (re @zhainhart: Hi all, could i star...)08:52
T42_<zhainhart> From that page it says AOSP can also used as android base, but ligeage/cyanogen are recommended ? :
T42_<elros34> you can use aosp too. Official devices  from jolla and few ports too are based on AOSP:
T42_<elros34> @pachof so reverting 2 skip_initramfs commits didn't help?09:40
T42_<NotKit> or you can use skip on building Android parts altogether as long as the device is Treble and has kernel sources (like Halium ports use prebuilt image)09:40
T42_<NotKit> or you can use skip on building Android parts altogether as long as the device is Treble and has kernel sources (like Halium ports use prebuilt image of Android container) (edited)09:40
T42_<zhainhart> Thanks (re @elros34: you can use aosp too...)10:03
T42_<zhainhart> Btw is there anyone here are doing porting for Nothing Phone 1 ?10:04
malI haven't heard anyone porting for that yet11:24
T42_<zhainhart> Thanks mal (re @SailfishFreenodeIRCBridgeBot: <mal>I haven't heard...)11:32
T42_<pachof> You mean that I reverted 2 commits that are in the kernel, which Xiaomi put in? (re @elros34: @pachof so reverting...)14:54
T42_<pachof> Sorry I forgot not to reply14:55
T42_<pachof> How do I find those skip-initramfs commits?14:57
T42_<pachof> @elros3415:00
T42_<elros34> like I said search for skip_initramfs in hadk-hot, it has instruction what to do15:18
T42_<elros34> if you search in birdzhang's changes then you will also find it:
T42_<pachof> This?
T42_<elros34> yes but I suggest you to make this one line change instead15:42
T42_<pachof> I found it
T42_<CuteDucky> Hi guys17:06
T42_<CuteDucky> Is there a list of all supported devices officially and unofficially?17:06
T42_<pachof> I'm having trouble with the kernel, I'll let you know if it works and starts up fine or at least the kernel works and enters telnet mode.17:25
T42_<pachof> Ready, compile the kernel with the corrections19:31
T42_<pachof> It does not start and the init.log file is not there19:53
deathmist@pachof *how* does it not start, just instant reboot? what even are your defconfig changes anyway if any, CONFIG_VT=y is known to break older qcom kernels without a few commit reverts at least19:56
T42_<pachof> It doesn't restart, it stays on the redmi logo19:58
deathmistso what defconfig changes if any19:58
T42_<pachof> see here : ""20:00
deathmistI don't even see the usual RNDIS enablement, no wonder you don't get any telnet20:00
deathmistyou want at least CONFIG_USB_CONFIGFS_RNDIS=y but on qcom also CONFIG_USB_CONFIGFS_F_GSI=n20:01
deathmistalso if you directly edit the config like that put all your changes at the bottom, otherwise if it gets defined again later on in the file it just uses that as value in the created .config...20:02
T42_<pachof> So should I try the configurations you gave me?20:03
T42_<elros34> what mess in your kernel, you were supposed to change 1 line20:26
T42_<pachof> I only reverted the skip-initramfs commits20:27
T42_<elros34> I see 13 commits. I told you to change only one line like in birdzhang's linked commit because I suspect this will end like that20:28
T42_<pachof> What file are we referring to? initramfs.c?20:30
T42_<elros34> check channel history and open link to that commit20:31
T42_<elros34> and like deathmist said, move all your defconfig changes at the end of file then try again20:34
T42_<pachof> I just don't know what you mean with a single line, is there an easier way?20:34
T42_<pachof> but then I reverse what I did?20:38
T42_<elros34> basically remove all your changes. Then make this ^ one char change and add your defconfig changes at the end of defconfig file20:40
T42_<elros34> and don't add all these optional file systems like CIFS SUNRPC UDF if build fails20:46
T42_<b100dian> I remember a while back that I got the advice of disabling a testing repo for a specific version after a build was completed. I don't remember from where (maybe @elros34) but was wondering if that is needed considering the testing repos are pinned for a specific version21:36
T42_<elros34> depends on repo structure, if you use separate sub repo for each release then you can ignore this kind of advice21:38
T42_<b100dian> No, not in this case, just bare develop/testing repos as in
T42_<elros34> then you should disable that release before adding new one. If you don't do this then you will overwrite older release. Basically both will contains same version of packages (latest one)21:56
T42_<elros34> example: Building for all older repos are disabled except current one21:59
T42_<b100dian> So the advice holds, but can one disable _after_ a new release is made (e.g. 4.6.0) or is it already too late?22:00
T42_<Mister_Magister> yes you disable after22:02
T42_<Mister_Magister> whenever you want to add new repo and do some changes22:02
T42_<Mister_Magister> so that the old packages don't get yeeted/changed22:02
T42_<elros34> the point is to not update for older release/break it22:02
T42_<Mister_Magister> yep22:02
T42_<Mister_Magister> as long as you don't touch it nothing is going to change22:03
T42_<Mister_Magister> if you're going to touch it for new release, lock previous releases22:03
T42_<b100dian> ok, thanks for clarifying. I was just doing it right after copypac to testing, maybe that was too early22:04
T42_<Mister_Magister> thats mostly unnecessary22:04
T42_<Mister_Magister> new sfos release requires new package versions but you don't want to alter what's built for prevoius version because previous version needs its own specific versions, so you lock it22:04
T42_<elros34> Vlad not sure if I get you right but22:06
T42_<elros34>  if you don't lock old one befor copypac then you mess it up22:06
T42_<elros34> for now it doesn't matter because you have only one release22:06
T42_<Mister_Magister> no you mistaken him, he meant copypac from devel when creating the testing22:06
T42_<Mister_Magister> yep now its whatever22:06
T42_<b100dian> Yeah, assuming the previous versions were locked, I copypac, and then already lock the new one22:07
T42_<Mister_Magister> don't need to lock the new one if you aren't making next one22:09
T42_<b100dian> btw @Mister_Magister pinging on telegram is not possible anymore, while an IRC user can see the handles and do ping..22:12
T42_<b100dian> Because of some group member visibility changes22:13
T42_<b100dian> Is this something intended? that many lurkers spamming here?22:13
T42_<Mister_Magister> what do you mean you just pinged me22:13
T42_<b100dian> I can only ping admins22:13
T42_<elros34> He probably means your decision for disabling list of users or whatever it's called22:14
T42_<b100dian> you may not see the problem but I can't use @elros for example, it doesn't autocomplete (good thing I know a friendly handle by heart). And newcomers, no way I can guess their handle22:14
T42_<Mister_Magister> what my decision22:15
T42_<b100dian> Maybe not yours - one of the admins'22:15
T42_<elros34> one of admins, I dont remember which one22:15
T42_<Mister_Magister> the handle u used is wrong its @elros3422:16
T42_<elros34> @b100dian  yeah it's annoying but for example fernschreiber still remebers old names:)22:16
T42_<Mister_Magister> imagine not using yottagram smh22:16
T42_<b100dian> I know, I think telegram desktop also remembers, but really, interacting with new people or new people with you is having a barrier on telegram that doesn't exist on say, IRC22:17
T42_<Mister_Magister> here, should be fixed22:17
T42_<elros34> it is, thanks22:18
T42_<Mister_Magister> no problemo22:18
T42_<Mister_Magister> also yes i'm pinging myself every time i write on telegram22:18
T42_<b100dian> pachof how's that new kernel of yours?22:18
T42_<b100dian> ๐Ÿ‘works indeed22:18
T42_<b100dian> I just lectured a new guy that he doesn't have an username the other day(s)22:19

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