Wednesday, 2018-08-15

tmp64What does blinking orange (green in logs?) LED mean?05:59
*** pketo_ is now known as pketo07:05
maltmp64: when does that happen?08:20
tmp64mal: Sometimes when booting up. Other times it just panics with no log in /sys/fs/pstore.08:32
tmp64I was able to get systemd unit list, if that helps: https://pastebin.com/56bSHpkX08:35
maltmp64: journalctl output would be more useful, and dmesg08:36
tmp64mal: Ok, it's going to take a few minutes08:38
maltmp64: also I suggest getting those in separate telnet connections using dmesg -w and journalctl -f -n10000 so you will get even the last messages08:42
tmp64mal: I only have 10-15 sec window, so I piped everything into two files. I'll post them here and try again08:44
malat least dmesg you should take with that to see where it might fail08:46
tmp64mal: journalctl: https://pastebin.com/eLgBvc94 dmesg: https://pastebin.com/8FkcDnpJ08:47
maltmp64: so it reboots after that?08:49
maldid you do the things I mentioned yesterday, also are you sure you correctly disabled selinux?08:50
tmp64mal: It goes into "panic mode": screen becomes blue for a frame and then completely black, after that the MMC partitions are available as USB Mass Storage.08:51
tmp64mal: I didn't disable it in the kernel, but I added "selinux=0 audit=0" to kernel params.08:52
malmaybe show your modified defconfig08:52
tmp64Last thing in new dmesg is "android_usb: already enabled", nothing else useful08:52
tmp64mal: https://pastebin.com/MecNydhj08:53
maltmp64: nothing /proc/last_kmsg?08:54
tmp64mal: Nope08:54
maltry next dmesg -w to see if you get the final messages before it fails08:55
tmp64I got journalctl -f https://pastebin.com/cpLNHEuh08:56
tmp64mal: Looks like I have to tap into UART08:56
malsomething about tmp files08:57
tmp64I don't think I enabled any memory CGroups08:58
*** jusa_ is now known as jusa08:58
maltmp64: the ones mentioned in kernel checker are for 3.4 kernel, 3.10 has CONFIG_MEMCG=y, CONFIG_MEMCG_SWAP=y and CONFIG_MEMCG_KMEM=y08:59
tmp64mal: Ok, I'll try enabling them. Last time I enabled everything LXC requested and the kernel failed to compile. It was probably user namespaces, but next time I only selected required options.09:07
malthe lxc configs are optional09:08
tmp64mal: Nope, still panics09:34
maltmp64: run ln -s /dev/null /etc/systemd/system/droid-hal-init.service and maybe also ln -s /dev/null /etc/systemd/system/user@100000.service09:37
tmp64mal: Didn't help. I'm going to tear down the phone and connect to serial console. I've enabled it in the kernel.09:42
jusafyi: pulseaudio-modules-droid-glue 11.1.69 supports parsing of new XML audio policy configuration. if you have port that has this new XML style config please report if you have any issues.10:13
jusaand of course I meant package pulseaudio-modules-droid10:14
spiiroinreview appreciated: https://git.merproject.org/mer-core/mce/merge_requests/8310:39
spiiroin^ some devices had visible brightness bumping on unblank10:39
spiiroin^ elros10:39
YardanicoBy the way, why does HADK use GCC 4.9 (and not 6+) for  building the kernel?11:03
r0kk3rzbecause thats the version of gcc we use for everything11:04
Yardanicor0kk3rz, ok :)11:04
Yardanicojust a lot of custom ROM developers on android build their kernels with everything like GCC 7/8, even clang sometimes11:05
r0kk3rzyeah 'why we use old gcc' is an involved question11:17
tmp64What may cause udhcpd to not start after switch_root? Because I have to manually set IP via ifconfig.11:35
tmp64Init.log says it's running11:35
tmp64Wait11:35
tmp64init-debug: line 285: /etc/udhcpd.conf: No such file or directory11:35
malthat has happened to me on some devices11:36
elros1spiiroin: I use elros-als-bug branch without any brightness issues since you created it11:39
spiiroinelros1: yeah, just that the fix was done just prior to my vacation ... and then forgotten11:42
spiiroinelros1: merged to master now (sans extra debug logging that was in that original wip branch)11:43
tmp64I think I found something11:46
elros1spiiroin: great, thank you. Will it be in next sfos release?11:47
tmp64Device starts with USB serial "Mer", then it changes to device's serial and then to (error) when it goes into "panic mode".11:47
spiiroinelros1: basically yes (though I'm not sure about the next / the one after that atm)12:34
taixzoWhat's the channel for sailfish app development?12:58
kimmoli#sailfishos12:59
hpaghi, can i build sailfish os using a Mac OS device?23:09
hpagcan sailfishos built using Mac OS23:27

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