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Default Trying to make a edify_defs file for Android Kitchen

Here is what I have:

Code:
Google Nexus 7 by ASUS (Wi-Fi Only)

change_mnt=yes

sys_mnt=\/dev\/block\/mmcblk0p3
cache_mnt=\/dev\/block\/mmcblk0p4
boot_mnt=\/dev\/block\/mmcblk0p2
data_mnt=\/dev\/block\/mmcblk0p9
sdcard_mnt=\/dev\/block\/mmcblk0p9

param1=ext4
param2=EMMC

param1_sdcard=vfat
param2_sdcard=
Problem is... It only works under MultiROM.
When installing normally it gives a Status 7 error which from what I understand is because of bad mount points in the edify_defs file?

I have tried the mount points those mount points in the file above and also these:
Code:
/sdcard vfat /dev/block/sda1
 /system ext4 /dev/block/platform/sdhci-tegra.3/by-name/APP
 /cache ext4 /dev/block/platform/sdhci-tegra.3/by-name/CAC
 /data ext4 /dev/block/platform/sdhci-tegra.3/by-name/UDA length=-32768
 /misc emmc /dev/block/platform/sdhci-tegra.3/by-name/MSC
 /boot emmc /dev/block/platform/sdhci-tegra.3/by-name/LNX
 /recovery emmc /dev/block/platform/sdhci-tegra.3/by-name/SOS
 /staging emmc /dev/block/platform/sdhci-tegra.3/by-name/USP
I can't figure out what I am missing... Can somebody please help?
 
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First check that your mount points are correct:

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Default Re: Trying to make a edify_defs file for Android Kitchen

Sorry for replying late... but you do know that is only for Samsung devices?

I am trying to get it working on a Nexus 7 which is made by ASUS!

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Code:
 sys_mnt=\/dev\/block\/mmcblk0p3
You're escaping the forward slashes. You don't need to do that. This should work fine:
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 sys_mnt=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3
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Just remember that you can only set variables like that in a .prop file.
 
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I found this thread in the process of working on parallel project it seems lol. Anyway I have found that i directly out of android kitchen it always gives error status 0 but i sorta found a fix that allowed it to boot on mine.

i used this in the edify_defs file

Code:
# Google Nexus 7 by ASUS (Wi-Fi Only)

change_mnt=yes

param1=ext4
param2=EMMC

param1_sdcard=vfat
param2_sdcard=

sys_mnt=\/dev\/block\/platform\/sdhci-tegra.3\/by-name\/APP
cache_mnt=\/dev\/block\/platform\/sdhci-tegra.3\/by-name\/CAC
boot_mnt=\/dev\/block\/platform\/sdhci-tegra.3\/by-name\/LNX
data_mnt=\/dev\/block\/platform\/sdhci-tegra.3\/by-name\/UDA
sdcard_mnt=\/dev\/block\/sda1
The key thing that made mine boot was changing the following items manually:

1. Change the boot line to the following (taken from cm 10.1 nightly)
Code:
package_extract_file("boot.img", "/dev/block/platform/sdhci-tegra.3/by-name/LNX");
2. use the update-binary from a recent cm nightly.

If you do that it SHOULD work.
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Originally Posted by kibmcz View Post
I found this thread in the process of working on parallel project it seems lol. Anyway I have found that i directly out of android kitchen it always gives error status 0 but i sorta found a fix that allowed it to boot on mine.

i used this in the edify_defs file

Code:
# Google Nexus 7 by ASUS (Wi-Fi Only)

change_mnt=yes

param1=ext4
param2=EMMC

param1_sdcard=vfat
param2_sdcard=

sys_mnt=\/dev\/block\/platform\/sdhci-tegra.3\/by-name\/APP
cache_mnt=\/dev\/block\/platform\/sdhci-tegra.3\/by-name\/CAC
boot_mnt=\/dev\/block\/platform\/sdhci-tegra.3\/by-name\/LNX
data_mnt=\/dev\/block\/platform\/sdhci-tegra.3\/by-name\/UDA
sdcard_mnt=\/dev\/block\/sda1
The key thing that made mine boot was changing the following items manually:

1. Change the boot line to the following (taken from cm 10.1 nightly)
Code:
package_extract_file("boot.img", "/dev/block/platform/sdhci-tegra.3/by-name/LNX");
2. use the update-binary from a recent cm nightly.

If you do that it SHOULD work.
Thanks a lot, this really helped me to make my first grouper rom
 
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Thanks a lot, this really helped me to make my first grouper rom
Here is the file I'm using for 4.4 (attached)...

Also in your update-script delete these lines (after you've built the zip at least once - these files don't exist!) and then answer yes to the convert to updater-script question:
set_perm 1002 1002 0440 SYSTEM:etc/dbus.conf
set_perm 0 2000 0550 SYSTEM:etc/init.goldfish.sh
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