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frameworks/native/libs/gui/Surface.cpp:38:26: fatal error: gralloc_priv.h: No such file or directory

Get it every time trying to build and my local repo has the following:

<remote name="ura" fetch="git://github.com/" />
<project path="device/htc/memul" name="u-ra/android_device_htc_memul" remote="ura" revision="cm-11.0"/>
<project path="kernel/htc/memul" name="u-ra/android_kernel_htc_memul" remote="ura" revision="cm-11.0"/>
<project path="kernel/htc/msm8974" name="u-ra/android_kernel_htc_msm8974" remote="ura" revision="cm-11.0"/>
<project path="vendor/htc" name="u-ra/proprietary_vendor_htc" remote="ura" revision="cm-11.0"/>
You're probably missing display-caf-new. See here for the dependencies needed to build.
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You're probably missing display-caf-new. See here for the dependencies needed to build.
Yeah saw that in the cm.dep file but couldn't find a repo to sync it. OK I'll hunt around and modify the local repo.

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Yeah saw that in the cm.dep file but couldn't find a repo to sync it. OK I'll hunt around and modify the local repo.

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Code:
  <project name="CyanogenMod/android_hardware_qcom_display-caf-new" path="hardware/qcom/display-caf-new" remote="github" />
  <project name="CyanogenMod/android_hardware_qcom_media-caf-new" path="hardware/qcom/media-caf-new" remote="github" />
  <project name="CyanogenMod/android_hardware_qcom_fm" path="hardware/qcom/fm" remote="github" />
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Hello,
Sorry for my bad answer, I've exFAT and under CM11 the mounts are exactly like on your pictures. But there are no files when I click on the SD card.
 
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Sorry for my bad answer, I've exFAT and under CM11 the mounts are exactly like on your pictures. But there are no files when I click on the SD card.
Yeah, I forgot to enable exFAT support. I'll get it for the next build.
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ok no problem, is it a way to enabled it manually after install ?
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ok no problem, is it a way to enabled it manually after install ?
Thanks for the great work.
I've rebuilt the boot.img with exFAT support. See here.
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Hello, still not working. It shows now the SD card with the correct reaming space on (I've a 64GB one). But as soon as I try to go in a directory it says invalid path and then the mount point disappears.
 
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Default Update to cm-11-20140818 not good for me

Hello,

I have a problem with the new built "cm-11-20140818-UNOFFICIAL-memul.zip". But I think this is related to my phone setup only, so no general problem. I will try to describe it here. First I must say I try to keep my phone as "google-App-free" as possible. This is one of the reasons I prefer a custom ROM with no Gapps pre-installed.
So after installing cm-11-20140801-UNOFFICIAL-memul.zip I referred to this thread:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2573907
to get google Play working on my Phone, because I need google Play to install the apps I've bought. (google Play is the only App I need from all the Gapps, and I preferred to install only google Play instead of all the Gapps and remove all not needed apps later).

So yesterday I dated up to cm-11-20140818-UNOFFICIAL-memul.zip and after a reboot everything looks fine. But then I noticed google Play was not working ("no connection"). I looked at /system/priv-app/ and noticed the *.apk files I copied there were gone. No problem I thought, copy them again to /system/priv-app/ and change the rights so everything is fine again. Did so but google Play still not working. I reebooted the Phone but then it didnīt come up again. Stuck at cyanogen bootlogo.
Of course I did an complete backup before updating so I had to restore it to get the phone working again.
Just to see if the problem is reproducible I did the update again, this time with clearing cache and dalvik after the update was successful and the
same thing happend. Copy files to /system/priv-app/ -> reboot -> stuck.

So for now I will stay at the 11-20140818 version which is totally fine for me except someone has an idea what I can try. But remember installing all Gapps through recovery is not a solution for me.

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While I don't really support configurations such as this, it would help if you could get a logcat during boot.
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