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[TUT][CM9] Download and compile CM9 for the HTC Wildfire S using Ubuntu 11.10

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25th April 2012, 10:54 PM   |  #81  
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I see a lot of output lines in the terminal screen so i think its building now. below some lines copied but its running.......

system/core/libnetutils/dhcp_utils.c:66: note: expected 'char *' but argument is of type 'in_addr_t *'
target asm: libskia <= external/skia/src/opts/memset.arm.S
target asm: libskia <= external/skia/src/opts/S32A_D565_Opaque_arm.S
target asm: libskia <= external/skia/src/opts/S32A_Opaque_BlitRow32_arm.S
target asm: libskia <= external/skia/src/opts/S32A_Blend_BlitRow32_arm.S
target asm: libskia <= external/skia/src/opts/S32_Opaque_D32_nofilter_DX_gether_arm.S
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/Sk64.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkChunkAlloc.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkBuffer.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkCordic.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkDebug.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkFloatBits.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkFontHost.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkPoint.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkRect.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkRegion.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkString.cpp



Hope i get a homebuild rom soon..... many thanks for the help.

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Originally Posted by dudeman1996

I had the same problem, go into your cyanogenmod/system folder. Then open up the kernel/htc folder, and change the folder from msm7277, to msm7227. Then try again, that should work.

Also, in local_manifest, change the line

Code:
<project name="projects/marvel/kernel_htc_msm7227.git" path="kernel/htc/msm7277" remote="cryptomilk" />
to
Code:
<project name="projects/marvel/kernel_htc_msm7227.git" path="kernel/htc/msm7227" remote="cryptomilk" />

25th April 2012, 11:00 PM   |  #82  
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I had the same problem and the solution posted in the post above this worked. But now next error XD

Code:
target thumb C: librpc <= hardware/msm7k/librpc/xdr.c
device/htc/marvel/libcamera/cameraHal.cpp:40:27: error: ui/OverlayHtc.h: No such file or directory
bootable/recovery/updater/updater.c: In function 'main':
bootable/recovery/updater/updater.c:100: warning: implicit declaration of function 'yy_scan_string'
bootable/recovery/updater/updater.c:101: warning: implicit declaration of function 'yyparse'
target thumb C: librpc <= hardware/msm7k/librpc/rpc.c
target thumb C: librpc <= hardware/msm7k/librpc/svc.c
target thumb C: librpc <= hardware/msm7k/librpc/clnt.c
device/htc/marvel/libcamera/cameraHal.cpp: In function 'int camera_set_preview_window(camera_device*, preview_stream_ops*)':
device/htc/marvel/libcamera/cameraHal.cpp:687: error: invalid use of incomplete type 'struct android::eek:verlay'
device/htc/marvel/libcamera/CameraHardwareInterface.h:29: error: forward declaration of 'struct android::eek:verlay'target thumb C: librpc <= hardware/msm7k/librpc/ops.c

make: *** [out/target/product/marvel/obj/SHARED_LIBRARIES/camera.marvel_intermediates/cameraHal.o] Error 1
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
target thumb C: librpc <= hardware/msm7k/librpc/svc_clnt_common.c
target StaticLib: libc_nomalloc (out/target/product/marvel/obj/STATIC_LIBRARIES/libc_nomalloc_intermediates/libc_nomalloc.a)
andy@andy:~/cyanogenmod/system$
Appreciate your help a lot! I know this is annoying for you :S

Yeah I have the same problem as well. Since modpunk updated the camera HAL, it points to a file that doesn't exist, and other stuff. Don't think there's anything that can be done, other than wait for modpunk to update everything. After all, he said he hopes to release his own alpha next week

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I see a lot of output lines in the terminal screen so i think its building now. below some lines copied but its running.......

system/core/libnetutils/dhcp_utils.c:66: note: expected 'char *' but argument is of type 'in_addr_t *'
target asm: libskia <= external/skia/src/opts/memset.arm.S
target asm: libskia <= external/skia/src/opts/S32A_D565_Opaque_arm.S
target asm: libskia <= external/skia/src/opts/S32A_Opaque_BlitRow32_arm.S
target asm: libskia <= external/skia/src/opts/S32A_Blend_BlitRow32_arm.S
target asm: libskia <= external/skia/src/opts/S32_Opaque_D32_nofilter_DX_gether_arm.S
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/Sk64.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkChunkAlloc.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkBuffer.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkCordic.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkDebug.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkFloatBits.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkFontHost.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkPoint.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkRect.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkRegion.cpp
target arm C++: libskia <= external/skia/src/core/SkString.cpp



Hope i get a homebuild rom soon..... many thanks for the help.

Right now it's building the kernel, but eventually you'll run into the problem Cosmo and I are having. It'll stop compiling eventually, but let it run into the error, that way when the error gets fixed, the kernel will already be built, so you won't have to do it again
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Originally Posted by dudeman1996

Yeah I have the same problem as well. Since modpunk updated the camera HAL, it points to a file that doesn't exist, and other stuff. Don't think there's anything that can be done, other than wait for modpunk to update everything. After all, he said he hopes to release his own alpha next week

(Never have I heard such gratuitous use of the word "butt")

but but but but.......
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(Never have I heard such gratuitous use of the word "butt")

but but but but.......

Meh, that's what happens when you're up at 10pm on XDA while ill
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yeps its true problems while running :
arget thumb C: gps.goldfish <= development/tools/emulator/system/gps/gps_qemu.c
target thumb C++: gps.marvel <= hardware/qcom/gps/loc_api/libloc_api/loc_eng.cpp
device/htc/marvel/libcamera/cameraHal.cpp: In function 'int camera_set_preview_window(camera_device*, preview_stream_ops*)':
device/htc/marvel/libcamera/cameraHal.cpp:687: error: invalid use of incomplete type 'struct android::eek:verlay'
device/htc/marvel/libcamera/CameraHardwareInterface.h:29: error: forward declaration of 'struct android::eek:verlay'
make: *** [out/target/product/marvel/obj/SHARED_LIBRARIES/camera.marvel_intermediates/cameraHal.o] Error 1
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
target thumb C++: gps.marvel <= hardware/qcom/gps/loc_api/libloc_api/loc_eng_ioctl.cpp
hardware/qcom/display/libcopybit/copybit.cpp:89: warning: missing initializer for member 'hw_module_t::dso'
hardware/qcom/display/libcopybit/copybit.cpp:89: warning: missing initializer for member 'hw_module_t::reserved'
hardware/qcom/display/libcopybit/copybit.cpp: In function 'int msm_copybit(copybit_context_t*, const void*)':
hardware/qcom/display/libcopybit/copybit.cpp:229: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions
hardware/qcom/display/libcopybit/copybit.cpp:230: warning: format '%08lx' expects type 'long unsigned int', but argument 19 has type 'unsigned int'
hardware/qcom/display/libcopybit/copybit.cpp: In function 'int stretch_copybit(copybit_device_t*, const copybit_image_t*, const copybit_image_t*, const copybit_rect_t*, const copybit_rect_t*, const copybit_region_t*)':
hardware/qcom/display/libcopybit/copybit.cpp:382: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions
hardware/qcom/display/libcopybit/copybit.cpp:383: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions
development/tools/emulator/system/gps/gps_qemu.c:47:1: warning: "D" redefined
In file included from hardware/libhardware/include/hardware/qemud.h:21,
from development/tools/emulator/system/gps/gps_qemu.c:37:
hardware/libhardware/include/hardware/qemu_pipe.h:29:1: warning: this is the location of the previous definition
development/tools/emulator/system/gps/gps_qemu.c:903: warning: initialization from incompatible pointer type
hardware/qcom/gps/loc_api/libloc_api/loc_eng.cpp: In function 'void loc_eng_report_agps_status(AGpsType, AGpsStatusValue)':
hardware/qcom/gps/loc_api/libloc_api/loc_eng.cpp:2021: warning: missing initializer for member 'AGpsStatus::ipaddr'
hans@hanslinux:~/cyanogenmod/system$


This where the last lines....but when i restart make -j08 bacon its building again. So i hope there will be an update file soon.

If there are other options i want to know and try it.

thanks,

Hans






Quote:
Originally Posted by dudeman1996

Yeah I have the same problem as well. Since modpunk updated the camera HAL, it points to a file that doesn't exist, and other stuff. Don't think there's anything that can be done, other than wait for modpunk to update everything. After all, he said he hopes to release his own alpha next week

---------- Post added at 10:00 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:59 PM ----------



Right now it's building the kernel, but eventually you'll run into the problem Cosmo and I are having. It'll stop compiling eventually, but let it run into the error, that way when the error gets fixed, the kernel will already be built, so you won't have to do it again

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Meh, that's what happens when you're up at 10pm on XDA while ill

That describes my situation pretty well XD
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can i do it on windows cause i do not like ubuntu
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you can't compile it in Windows, you must use linux or MacOS, but you can use wmvare in windows to Install linux and compile cm9 without touching your partitions and settings
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Ya, if you have 16gb of ram....

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Ya, if you have 16gb of ram....

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yup,forget about it...VM is way to much frustrating if you are not in posession of a great machinery...BIG C gotta point here...partition your HDD and make a clean install of ubuntu,mint or any other ubuntu based distro...much easier to work trust me

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