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n1ckyDidn't see a response so I'm asking again, I'm noticing a lot of curl 404's when running my initial phablet-dev-bootstrap, is that safe to ignore?01:51
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lotuspsychjehey sil210008:26
lotuspsychjesil2100: would this be interesting to add to topic mate? http://www.ubuntu.com/tablet08:26
sil2100lotuspsychje: hey!08:32
sil2100Oh, indeed, let's see if it fits the topic still thouugh, we've got quite a lot there already08:32
lotuspsychjehehe08:33
=== sil2100 changed the topic of #ubuntu-touch to: Home: http://bit.ly/YEqEfo | Install: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Install | Porting (advanced) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Porting | Bug filing: http://bit.ly/1aV9AJG | Dashboard: http://bit.ly/12AQV53 | http://www.bq.com/gb/ubuntu.html | http://www.meizu.com/products/ubuntu.html | http://www.ubuntu.com/tablet | OTA-9 released!
lotuspsychjegreat tnx sil210008:33
sil2100There, the changelogs I guess were no longer maintained08:34
lotuspsychjelooks pretty shine tablet page08:34
sil2100lotuspsychje: thanks for reminding o/08:34
lotuspsychjeno problem, ubuntu twitter page all over the news with the new tablet :p08:34
lotuspsychjesil2100: https://twitter.com/ubuntu08:34
lotuspsychjepretty sure BQ gonna get sold out on this one again08:35
_SpongeMorn, Morni .... Good Morning !09:11
JamesTaitGood morning all!  Happy Monday, and happy Chinese New Year! 😃09:53
_SpongeJamesTait: What is the animal this year ?09:55
JamesTaitYear of the Monkey, a Yang year.09:56
_SpongeJamesTait: Oh Ok , I think it was on the radio. Monkeys are smarties.09:57
JamesTaitThey come in tubes?09:58
JamesTaithttp://www.nestle.co.uk/brands/chocolate_and_confectionery/chocolate/smarties09:58
MCMicSo that’s what with those monkeys on all chinese calendars and stuffs09:59
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* _Sponge isn't sure why the word 'convergence' isn't being pushed more at Canonical.10:28
lardmanmorning, is there a more up-to-date version of the spreadsheet linked from here?: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Devices/Nexus10:40
lardmangiving status/functionality of Touch on Nexus devices10:40
MCMicDo you have any link that explains how to set up adb with ubuntu-touch? I can’t seem to find a clear explanation.10:46
lotuspsychjeMCMic: what are you trying to do exactly11:07
MCMicmake adb shell work11:08
lotuspsychjeMCMic: you trying install ubuntu touch somewhere?11:09
MCMiclotuspsychje: no I got it on my bq aquaris 4.511:14
MCMicYay, managed to sync contacts with owncloud. (had to type all commands on the phone because adb shell was not working. Ubuntu touch really need some alternative keyboards…)11:33
mptjohn-mcaleely, hi, could you please comment in bug 1466021 answering the question about how to detect a writable image?11:59
ubot5`bug 1466021 in ubuntu-system-settings (Ubuntu) "System settings version information lacks indication of writeable image" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/146602111:59
john-mcaleelympt done12:03
mptthanks12:04
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seb128kenvandine, hey, what's the rationnal for fixing the width of the win in desktop mode? what if I want to resize it to test something or because some labels are ellipsized and I want to see them?14:31
kenvandineseb128, request from design14:38
seb128kenvandine, why do they care?14:38
seb128default size makes sense14:38
kenvandineseb128, it was on the convergence hit list14:38
seb128but why forcing it?14:38
kenvandineseb128, i think because our design isn't optimized for wide views14:39
kenvandinenot all apps will have a wide view14:39
seb128right14:39
seb128but what I prefer to have a 60gu width win on my desktop to see more content?14:40
seb128kenvandine, who in design should I talk to/decided that?14:40
kenvandineJohnLeah and ben14:40
seb128thanks14:41
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CheeryLeeGuys, do you have /proc/last_kmsg on your Android or Ubuntu?14:53
ogra_yes14:54
CheeryLeeI nave no.14:54
ogra_it is enabled by default in the kernel (usually)14:54
CheeryLeeIs it config flag?14:54
ogra_yeah14:54
CheeryLeeWhat is it?14:54
ogra_i dont remember exactly ... something about android ram console14:56
CheeryLeeI built the kernel, but have no last_kmsg. Without it I can't resolve my bootloop.14:56
CheeryLeeAll CONFIG_ANDROID_RAM_CONSOLE_* flags are enable.14:57
ogra_well, then you shoudl have /proc/last_kmsg ... though note that it will only be there if you didnt power off the device between the two boots14:58
CheeryLeeLol, this is my main trouble: I can't switch to recovery without powering off. xD14:59
ogra_well, as the name says ... the ram console lives in ram :) no power no logging ...14:59
CheeryLeeBy the way, when I boot recovery, can I see last_kmsg of recovery?15:00
ogra_of the last boot ... whatever that was15:01
rpadovanihey guys, I'm not able to create armhf chroots anymore :( Any suggestion?15:02
rpadovaniHere all the details on the error: https://lists.launchpad.net/ubuntu-phone/msg18173.html15:02
popeyzbenjamin: ^15:05
zbenjamini know we are looking into it ....15:05
popeyok15:05
popey\o/15:05
popeyI had this in docker last week, thought it was docker, glad it's not  😃15:05
zbenjaminyou can use static chroots though; apt-get install ubuntu-sdk-api-15.04-armhf15:06
rpadovanizbenjamin, thanks :)15:06
popeyzbenjamin: can you still do a "maint" on those and add packages?15:07
* rpadovani is quite outdated with all these new sdk things15:07
zbenjaminpopey: in theory yes, but everytime that package is upgraded your packages are essentially gone...15:08
popeyoh :(15:08
rpadovanioh15:08
popeyme too :)15:08
CheeryLeeBy the way, rootstock-ng from launchpad is differs from github. Is it right?15:08
popeyIs this new way the official way for the future?15:09
rpadovaniwell, better than nothing - at least I can do some packages15:09
popeyI mean, I have a stack of apps which have pre-requisites to build in a chroot15:09
ogra_CheeryLee, given that i'm the author of rootstock(-ng) and i hate git ... not sure what the rootstock on github is15:18
CheeryLeeErr... Is ogra1 -- you?15:20
popeyThere is only one ogra15:20
ogra_CheeryLee, yep15:21
ogra_(i need it to recieve commit messages for snappy ... but dont do anything else with it)15:22
coretex__the ogra15:22
CheeryLeeThis is strange. Github's rootstock is bit differs.15:22
ogra_well, the original rootstock is dead since years ...15:22
ogra_(as is -ng)15:23
ogra_(simply because i dont have time for it)15:23
ogra_perhaps the github one is newer, better or has new hacks, you have to compare the code i fear15:23
CheeryLeeIt's good.15:24
CheeryLeeThanks for answer.15:24
ogra_also checking github there seem to be multiple branches15:24
ogra_(you surely dont want robert nelsons one ... thats not for phones)15:24
CheeryLeeI see ubuntu-touchCAF15:26
ogra_yeah, no idea what that is15:26
CheeryLeeCrap, I completely don't understand, why I don't have last_kmsg.15:28
CheeryLeeIn Android too.15:29
CheeryLeeSo, it comes when my device is already booted or crashed?15:32
Saviqdholbach, hey, re: bug #1543133, are you getting any crashes by any chance? what's your GPU?15:53
ubot5`bug 1543133 in unity8 (Ubuntu) "Desktop: Black screen after logging into unity8 session" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/154313315:53
mhall119mariogrip: https://devices.ubports.com/#/ isn't listing any devices15:54
mariogripmhall119: It is listing for me, could you capture the javascript error (if there are any?)15:55
dholbachSaviq, Intel (i915) in an x220 - no crashes15:56
mhall119mariogrip: odd, sometimes it shows, and sometimes it doesn't15:56
dobeyhuh, i find the percentage complete on that page to be a bit odd15:56
mariogripmhall119: oh, i'll add that to my "way to long" fix/repair todo list :)15:57
mariogripbtw, what browser are u using?15:58
Saviqdholbach, can you clear /var/log/lightdm/*, ~/.cache/upstart/*, try again and post the contents to the bug?15:58
mhall119firefox atm15:58
mariogripI haven't seen any issue with chrome15:58
mariogripok, will do some test with firefix15:58
dholbachSaviq, sure15:58
Saviqdholbach, even more, if you could "gdb -program `pidof unity8`" when it's stuck and paste the output of "info threads" and "thread apply all bt"15:59
mariogripmhall119: Thanks for reporting :)15:59
mhall119mariogrip: ah ha, so when I first click the Devices link at the top it takes me to the page with a trailing / and it loads fine, but if I click it again from that page, it doesn't have the trailing / and it doesn't load15:59
Saviqdholbach, if unity8's not running, you might want to try the same for unity-system-compositor15:59
dholbachSaviq, the problem is - I can't even get into the console15:59
dholbachSaviq, magic sysrq is all I can do15:59
Saviqdholbach, what's "magic sysrq"? ;)16:00
dholbachalt-print-<key>16:00
mterrytedg, how's the app-object branch going?  (did voss ever make progress there?)16:00
dholbachSaviq, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_SysRq_key16:00
Saviqdholbach, no idea what that does, but I assume, then you can't ctrl+alt+f?16:00
tedgmterry: No, I think I'm going to drop the signals and respin it without those so it can land.16:00
mariogripmhall119: oh, I managed to recreate it, seems like it might be an issue with angular-router16:00
tedgmterry: Then we can put the signals in another MR.16:00
dholbachSaviq, I tell the kernel to sync, unmount and reboot16:00
tedgmterry: That's on my TODO for today actually :-)16:01
Saviqdholbach, ok, that sounds like a mir lockup then16:01
mariogripmhall119: I'll try to update angular-router16:01
dholbachSaviq, I'll try with the directories cleared, as you said - see you in a bit :)16:01
mterrytedg, cool16:01
tedgmterry: Like to get the bulk of it landed. The signals are smaller.16:01
Saviqdholbach, wait!16:01
mterrytedg, I still care about the signals bits (for the warn-on-xapp feature) but good to separate and make progress16:01
tedgYup16:02
mhall119mariogrip: not a big deal, I'd rather have Unity loading that the devices page :)16:02
Saviqdholbach, bregma just commented, can you check re: bug #1526658, what versions of of mir-client-platform-mesa you have installed?16:02
ubot5`bug 1526658 in mir (Ubuntu) "Mir clients (including Unity8 itself) crash in XGetXCBConnection() if multiple versions of mir-client-platform-mesa are installed." [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/152665816:02
dholbachSaviq, I'm on most recent xenial16:02
dholbachSaviq, 0.19.1+16.04.20160204-0ubuntu116:03
dholbachSaviq, brb16:04
mariogripmhall119: Well, I think i fixed it now16:10
mariogrip:)16:10
mariogripwebpage also16:10
dholbachSaviq, this time I didn't get the black screen, but lightdm just popped up again: http://paste.ubuntu.com/14993956/16:11
* ogra_ wonders where dholbach did get that i915 based phone :P16:27
tvosstedg, mterry I can have a look tonight16:47
tvosstedg, mterry my apologies for letting the ball drop, my plate is somewhat full at the moment16:47
mterrytvoss, no worries16:47
tedgCool, thanks tvoss16:50
mhall119Saviq: ping, mariogrip needs some help with Unity8 on the Fairphone17:57
mhall119mariogrip: can you provide context and pastebins?17:57
mhall119Saviq: Mir seems to be working fine, and he can get the boot splash screen to display,but it failed to load Unity817:58
besneattehey all, I am getting a low disk space warning on my device, I can't figure how to clean out disk space... says I have 12 gigs in /userdata.... how do I clear out unused space... I have maybe a gig of data on there when I browse the files from my desktop17:58
mariogripIt fails to start unity8-dash17:58
mariogripUnity8-dash QXcbConnection: Could not connect to display17:59
mariogriphttp://paste.ubuntu.com/14994417/17:59
mhall119besneatte: I run this every once in a while, it clears the webapp container's cached data: find .local/share/ -name Cache |xargs -I{} rm -r "{}"17:59
mariogriphttp://paste.ubuntu.com/14994692/17:59
besneattedo i run that from terminal on the phone? do I need to enable disk write first?18:00
mhall119besneatte: but htat doesn't touch /userdata/18:00
mhall119besneatte: yes from the phone, no on writable disk18:01
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besneattemhall119 thanks... command ran but didn't free up any disk space... what kind of stuff is stored in /userdata?18:04
besneattecould it be maps from unav taking uip that space? or some other application data?18:04
mariogripmhall119: abeato I found the issue: http://paste.ubuntu.com/14994960/18:06
abeatomariogrip, nice, now you have something where to start :)18:07
mariogrip:)18:07
mcphailbesneatte: you can creep through the directory tree of /userdata/ , running "du -sh ." as you go, picking the largest directory and repeating until you find the biggest lump of data18:09
mcphailbesneatte: or you can remove everything in ~/.cache, which usually achieves the goal ;)18:10
besneatte mhall119:  I rand that command, and it didn't really help.... I have 10gigs in userdata and don't know why... I will use du and let you know the results....18:11
besneatte mhall119:  it loosk like i have to do it as super user... is that normal?18:11
ogra_no18:12
ogra_not in your home dir18:12
ogra_(which i assume mhall119 was referring to)18:13
besneatte mhall119: it's all in system-data/var .... isn't that where temp files and such will be stored?18:16
pmcgowanbesneatte, don't put too much trust in the 10gg number, there is a calculation bug in settings18:17
ogra_besneatte, no, thats the readonly part of the system18:17
pmcgowanbesneatte, if the disk is not used by your media files its likely hidden in our apps18:17
ogra_nothing should get written there18:17
pmcgowanyou18:17
pmcgowanr18:17
ogra_oh, wait, ignore me :P18:18
ogra_system-data/ is indeed the rw side18:18
besneattepmcgowan: the figure I get from du -h /userdata/sysrtem-data/var18:18
mariogripmhall119:  it works!18:19
mhall119Unity loads?18:19
mariogripjuo18:19
mariogripp18:19
mhall119\o/18:19
mariogripit was a permission issue18:20
besneatteI am starting to think some app has chached an enourmous amount of data... the only culprate I can think of doing something like that is unav... should I try uninstalling apps at this piont/18:20
pmcgowanthat will not delete their data18:20
pmcgowanwhich is another debate :(18:20
besneattelooking closer..... it's all log files in system/var/log18:21
mhall119besneatte: don't worry too much about /userdata/18:21
besneatteis there a command to clear out the log?18:21
mhall119besneatte: run du -sh /home/phablet/*18:21
besneattecan I just delete what's in there18:21
mhall119that'll give you a better indication of what's using your space18:21
pmcgowanbesneatte, you can especially anything archived as a gz18:21
besneattesweeet!18:21
besneatteone sec... this might solve it18:22
mhall119mariogrip: can I flash it to my device?18:22
mariogripyeah sure18:22
mariogripletme upload the images18:22
mariogripmy upload speed isn't the fastest...18:24
mariogrip15 min ish18:24
mhall119mariogrip: no worries, just let me know the commands once it's there18:24
besneattethe file /userdata/system-data/var/log/syslog is 5.7 gigs18:25
besneattewhat would happen if I deleted it?18:25
mariogripmhall119: do you have the default recovery?18:25
mhall119yeah, do I need a different one?18:25
mariogripyeah, we need recovery with adb to flash,18:26
mariogripI have one that i builded18:27
mhall119the "update from ADB" doesn't work?18:28
besneattepmcgowan: I cleared out the 5.7 gig syslog with this command ( as super user ):  > /userdata/system-data/var/log/syslog18:29
mariogripmhall119: what do you mean?18:29
pmcgowanbesneatte, wow why was it so big18:29
besneatteI now have lots of free space.... seems like this log should not just fill up like that... is there some setting to disable such intensive logging?18:29
besneattepcmgowan: NO idea.... weird right?18:30
pmcgowanbesneatte, it should roll when it hits a limit like 20MB or some such18:30
ogra_besneatte, thats weird, we have a logrotate job that flushes syslog when it goes over 40Mb or so18:30
pmcgowanyeah that18:30
besneattemaybe I have some weird dev option set or something?18:30
ogra_besneatte, did you make your system writable or tinker with it in any way ?18:30
besneattenope18:30
ogra_no, there is no dev option18:30
mhall119mariogrip: there was an option in the default recovery for "apply update from ADB" which makes it identify with 'adb devices'18:30
ogra_even the devs have to live with that small amount of syslog ;)18:31
pmcgowanunless you change the configs18:31
ogra_(unless they make the system writable and delete the logrotate config that flushes it)18:31
mariogripmhall119: I guess thats adbsideload, but you can test18:31
mariogripto adb devices18:31
ogra_heh, *snap*18:31
besneattereally weird then... I will keep an eye on things and see if that file gets over 40mb18:31
mhall119yeah, it is18:31
mariogripdo*18:31
mariogripmhall119: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/56653875/ubuntu/fp2/FP2-boot-recovery.tar.xz18:32
besneattefyi, I am running the stable release on a nexus 4... if that makes any difference18:32
mariogripthere is recovery and boot18:32
mariogripadb reboot bootloader18:32
mariogripsudo fastboot flash boot boot.img18:32
mariogripsudo fastboot flash recovery recovery.img18:32
mariogripsudo fastboot reboot (while you hold power-up)18:33
pmcgowanbesneatte, may want to double check your logrotate config18:36
besneatteogra_, how can I check to make sure logrotate exists and is correct?18:36
pmcgowanheh18:36
besneattelool18:36
besneattepmcgowan, do you know how I can do that?18:36
ogra_there is a touch snippet in /etc/logrotate.d18:36
ogra_check if thats there18:37
pmcgowanyeah its 20M18:38
ogra_logrotate itself runs from /etc/cron.daily/logrotate18:38
mhall119mariogrip: it's taking a very long time after that reboot command18:38
mariogripdid you hold powerup?18:39
besneattethe script is in there... set to rotate every 20M18:39
mhall119yeah18:39
mariogripsorry, volup18:39
mariogripthen do volup+power18:39
ogra_besneatte, then it could be a bug in cron or it could be a permission issue ... who owns /var/log/syslog ?18:39
mariogriphold that until it virbrates18:40
mhall119ah, there we go, I see Cyanogen Recovery18:40
pmcgowanogra_, I think he just deleted it18:40
ogra_oh, right18:41
ogra_damn18:41
mariogripmhall119: it's soon done uploading18:41
mhall119ogra_: pmcgowan: fwiw, /var/log/ubuntu-location-service is at 97MB on my mako18:42
besneattechecking the cronjob it sure seems like everything is all set up right.... I guess for now I will just watch that file and see if it grows over 20M18:42
ogra_mhall119, thats not specifically guarded though18:43
pmcgowanmhall119, yeah we have a bug on that18:43
mariogripmhall119: do you have the rootstock installer?18:43
ogra_mhall119, it should rotate normally (like on your desktop)18:43
mhall119mariogrip: rootstock installer? never heard of that18:43
ogra_but yeah, i remember it has 100s of small files inside18:43
mhall119ogra_: ack, I thought maybe the 20MB limit applied there too18:43
mhall119syslog is indeed only 14MB18:43
ogra_mhall119, well, the location thing is a subdir, isnt it ?18:44
ogra_and the single files in there are rather small ... but many18:44
mhall119ogra_: ah, so it is18:44
ogra_the prob is that you get 100 files even between two logrotate runs18:44
ogra_so thats not as easy to handle as a single file18:45
* ogra_ blames tvoss for being overly chatty 18:45
mhall119#blametvoss18:45
besneattehow long on average should it take the syslog to hit 20M? a week?18:47
ogra_hopefully even longer18:47
ogra_but i'm not sure anyone checks it regulary for charry stuff nowadays18:47
ogra_(we used to )18:47
ogra_*catty18:47
ogra_bah18:47
ogra_*chatty18:47
mariogripmhall119: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/56653875/ubuntu/rootstock18:47
dobeyunless you're doing something that constantly logs apparmor denials or such, you'll probably never hit a 20M syslog18:48
besneatteinteresting, OK, and the permissions are rw|r|none18:48
besneattesi that correct18:48
ogra_besneatte, the user is more interesting18:48
ogra_it needs to be owned by a certain uer and group18:48
ogra_*user18:48
ogra_(and indeed, the permissions are important too )18:48
ogra_phablet@ubuntu-phablet:~$ ls -l /var/log/syslog18:49
ogra_-rw-r----- 1 syslog adm 20631240 Feb  8 19:49 /var/log/syslog18:49
mhall119mariogrip: ok, grabbed it18:49
ogra_(seems i'm close to rotation here)18:49
besneattethats what I have18:50
besneatte:/18:50
ogra_well, watch it ... see if it grows again18:50
ogra_(beyond the 20M)18:50
besneattephone has gone skynet and is a log hoarder... we are all doomed18:51
ogra_then file a bug ...18:51
ogra_yeah18:51
besneattecool, will do, thanks for all the help, you all saved me hours :)18:51
mariogripmhall119: you need this18:52
mariogriphttp://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-touch/vivid/daily-preinstalled/current/vivid-preinstalled-touch-armhf.tar.gz18:52
mhall119mariogrip: downloading (slowly)18:54
mimecarhi18:54
mariogripmhall119: I made a some changes to the rootstock use this insted, https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/56653875/ubuntu/fp2/rootstock.tar.xz18:54
mariogripthe configs folder need to be in the same folder as the script18:55
mariogripthat just so we get adb at boot18:55
mariogripand here is system.img https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/56653875/ubuntu/fp2/system.img.tar.xz18:56
mariogripmhall119: there is one problem, the power button to turn on screen does not work....18:57
mhall119so, don't let it turn off then, right? :)18:57
mariogripjup :)18:57
mariogripI guess you can use a command to force the screen on18:58
ogra_heh ... rootstock ... the code that doesnt want to die :P19:00
mariogripogra_: I have fallen in love with ur code :)19:01
dobeyi tried to follow the porting guide a little yesterday, but make just failed for the stock mako/hammerhead19:02
mhall119mariogrip: is all of this going to be needed for everybody who wants to flash their fairphone, or will it eventually just work with ubuntu-device-flash?19:02
ogra_mariogrip, want to take it over ? it is actually unmaintained since two years oer so19:03
mhall119mariogrip: ok, I have: http://paste.ubuntu.com/14995584/19:03
dobeyogra_: surely you've been around long enough to know that "taking it over" is not something one ever "wants" to do ;)19:03
mariogripmhall119: I will setup the device on the system server, then udf will work19:04
mariogripogra_: yeah, sure19:04
dobeyit's something that just sort of happens becuase one has to do so19:04
ogra_dobey, well, love where love is due :)19:04
mariogripmhall119: looks good19:04
mariogripthen adb shell19:04
mariogripmount /data19:04
mariogripmount /cache19:04
mariogripexit19:04
dobeyogra_: eh, i get no love :P19:04
mariogrip./rootstock vivid... system.img19:05
ogra_mariogrip, there you go ... (see your email)19:07
mariogripogra_:  :)19:08
mhall119mariogrip: I see a boot splash! :)19:11
mariogripnow you need to open adb19:11
mariogripand keep press on the screen don't let it sleep19:11
mariogripstop lightdm19:12
mariogripchmod 777 /dev/*19:12
mariogripstart lightdm19:12
ogra_wow19:12
ogra_chmod 777 /dev/*19:12
ogra_thats gross19:12
mariogrip:)19:12
ogra_:)19:12
mhall119start: Job is already running: lightdm19:12
mhall119restart maybe19:12
mhall119?19:12
mariogripstop then chmod then start19:12
mhall119screen went blank when I did that19:13
mariogripyeah, that's normal19:13
mariogripwhen you stop lightdm19:14
mhall119lightdm start/running, process 595219:14
mariogripdid you chmod?19:14
mhall119yeah, and restarted, but still blank screen19:14
mariogripthen it has gone to sleep :P19:15
mariogriprestart and try again (faster)19:15
mariogripif not, I can fix it and send you a new system.img19:16
mhall119trying again19:16
mhall119mhall@mhall-thinkpad:~/Downloads/phablet-flash/fairphone$ adb shell "stop lightdm; chmod 777 /dev/*; start lightdm"19:17
mhall119lightdm stop/waiting19:18
mhall119chmod: changing permissions of '/dev/fd': Operation not permitted19:18
mhall119lightdm start/running, process 205319:18
mhall119still stays blank19:18
mariogripit need a litte while to start19:18
mhall119ogra_: is there a cli command for turning the screen back ok?19:19
mariogripmhall119: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/56653875/ubuntu/fp2/need-for-speed19:20
ogra_i think there are some mir tools19:20
ogra_ask the mir team :)19:20
mariogripmhall119: start that at boot, that will do that for you19:21
dobeyhmm19:21
dobey"chmod 777 /dev/*" seems bad to me, but eh19:21
ogra_dobey, nah, he should just put that into an upstart job and watch jdstrand cry i guess :P19:21
dobeyogra_: well, i mean bad in the sense that /dev isn't a single-level directory19:22
ogra_yeah, you might want -R19:22
dobeyaside from the fact that 777 by itself is bad :)19:23
mhall119dobey: nah, 666 is evil, 777 is heavenly :)19:23
ogra_:)19:23
mariogripmeh, a little 777 cant hurt anyone :P19:24
dobey777 is only good if you're in vegas19:25
mariogripxP19:26
mariogripmhall119: did that work?19:26
mhall119nope, got it stuck at the fairphone boot splash19:26
mhall119manually running start lightdm now, and it's got the ubuntu splash19:26
mariogripgood, keep pressing the screen19:27
mhall119success!19:27
mariogrip:D19:27
ogra_now never shut it down again !19:27
mhall119heh19:28
mariogripyeah xP19:28
davmor2dobey: 3 7's is a crappy hand you want a royal flush to win in vegas :P19:28
mariogripoh, i see what's wrong with my script, chmod "fails" so start ligthdm does't run19:28
mhall119some mir/unity8 weirdness going on19:29
dobeydavmor2: you should maybe stop trying to shove playing cards into the slot machines19:29
mariogripmhall119: now my script should work: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/56653875/ubuntu/fp2/need-for-speed19:29
mariogripmhall119: what's that?19:30
davmor2dobey: hahaha19:30
mariogripI see that wifi does not work19:30
mariogripsound works19:30
mhall119things are a bit slow19:31
mariogripyeah, there is some bugs that needs to be fixed19:31
davmor2mhall119: did you ever stop to think that it is normal speed and you're too fast?19:32
mhall119davmor2: nobody's every accused me of being quick19:33
* popey resists19:33
davmor2mhall119: Let me guess lots of other thinks but not quick19:33
davmor2popey: here have a tickle stick for being good19:34
mariogripmhall119: kinda cool that it runs on CM base, flashed it on my opo too19:35
mariogripmhall119: That will make porting for CM devices much easier19:35
dobeyhmm19:36
mhall119mariogrip: nice19:36
mhall119mariogrip: sound isn't working for me, nor is wifi19:40
mariogriphumm, the sound was working for me, something might have crashed19:40
mhall119system-image-dbus seems to be hammering the CPU pretty hard19:41
mariogripwifi you need to enable using terminal, but I will get working on getting that stuff working properly19:42
mariogripyeah, I saw that19:42
mariogripit got really hot19:42
mhall119how do I enable it inthe terminal?19:43
mhall119btw, if you go to battery settings and tell it to never sleep when idle, you don't have to keep touching it :)19:43
mariogripoh, cool19:44
mariogripIt was lot's of step to get wifi working, I guess it easier that i fix it in the system.img first19:45
mhall119ok, well this is great progress!19:45
mhall119well done mariogrip19:45
mariogripThanks :D19:45
mhall119I guess now it's best to get the system image server updated with this, so it's easier to flash and upgrade for those fixes19:46
mariogripYeah19:47
mariogripdo you have time to update the device.ubports page with some device specs/infomation?19:47
mariogripmhall119: ^19:48
mhall119mariogrip: sure, tell me what you need and how to do it19:48
mariogripadded you to the luncpad group, now you can login to https://devices.ubports.com/admin19:49
mariogriplaunchpad*19:49
mariogripwhen you login you see list of devices, just add some infomation about the device in "About Device"19:50
mariogripI have done some for Oneplus one so you can see example there19:51
mariogripmhall119: ^19:51
mhall119mariogrip: will do19:51
mariogripThanks :)19:51
mhall119mariogrip: Access denied (non admin) :(19:51
mariogripmhall119: give it a minute to update from launchpad19:52
mariogripmhall119: got access?19:56
mariogripthe launchpad api is kinda slow19:56
mhall119mariogrip: I'm in now19:58
mariogripI got inspired by the "Ubuntu App Developer site editors" group to make a system like this :)19:58
mhall119mariogrip: what does "Resume" mean?19:58
mariogripmhall119: Where?19:59
mhall119bottom of https://devices.ubports.com/#/FP2 "Whats working" list20:00
mariogripoh, after pressing the power button, wake up from sleep20:00
mhall119mariogrip: also, what would you call the % done for this?20:00
mhall119mariogrip: ah, so Resume: False :)20:00
mariogripJup :)20:00
mariogripI just set ish how the development is, i would say 20% now20:01
mhall119mariogrip: ok, I've left wifi and sound as False for now, until I get them working on mine20:02
mariogripsound good20:02
mariogripcan you add some specs on about device?20:02
mhall119yeah, let me see what you've got for the OPO20:03
mariogriphttp://system-image.ubports.com/ubuntu-touch/rc-proposed/FP2/20:10
mariogripbut I need to get the ubuntu recovery up and running then, without that system-image wont work20:11
jeremiahIs the Nexus 7 still supported by Ubuntu-touch? The info I've seen on the web doesn't look too promising.20:13
mhall119jeremiah: the 2013 wifi version is, yes20:16
mhall119mariogrip: it does get a bit warm after a while ;)20:21
mariogripmhall119: Jup, your new handwarmer :)20:26
jeremiahmhall119: Awesome, I think I have that one. :-)20:26
mhall119mariogrip: not much need for that here in Florida20:27
jeremiahI'll surf over to the Install page.20:27
mariogripI need it badly here in norway xP20:27
mhall119mariogrip: sound still doesn't work after a reboot20:33
mariogripmhall119: humm, still works for me, can you see the little "speaker" icon at the top?20:35
mhall119yup, indicator-sound is there and appears to be fine, just not hearing anything20:35
mhall119sound worked when it had Android on it, so I don't think it's hardware20:36
mariogripcan you use the volum buttons?20:36
mariogripmhall119: now the audiohal just crashed for me, can you check logcat?20:37
mariogrip /system/bin/logcat20:37
mhall119mariogrip: looking for anything in particular?20:41
mhall119lots of stuff about installd20:42
mhall119I/installd(  497): installd firing up20:42
mhall119W/installd(  497): Problem finding value for environment variable ANDROID_DATA20:42
mhall119E/installd(  497): Could not initialize globals; exiting.20:42
mhall119Jan  1 00:23:48 ubuntu-phablet dbus[718]: [system] Activated service 'com.canonical.SystemImage' failed: Launcher could not run (out of memory)20:44
mhall119^^ is from syslog20:44
mariogripthe systemimage error is fine, it has no server to check so it crashes20:46
mariogripand installd is fine, i will disable that, it is an android function we dont need20:46
mariogripmhall119: did you test ofono?20:48
mhall119mariogrip: not yet, and without audio I could only test SMS20:49
mhall119mariogrip: http://paste.ubuntu.com/14996679/20:49
mariogripmhall119: ah, thats why, i'll fix that20:51
mhall119mariogrip: ok, I'm going out for a bit, if you have a new image you want me to try just leave me instructions for how to get it and install it20:53
mhall119again, great work today :)20:54
mariogripmhall119: ack, thanks :)20:54
mcphailmariogrip: that's a brilliant website and initiative. That's exactly what we need for Ubuntu: a coherent framework for porting to exisiting devices. Thanks!21:10
mariogripmcphail: Thanks! :)21:10
elijahmariogrip: very nice!21:14
mariogripelijah: :)21:15
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