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[Q] Remote Object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl127X-Fw-4-Plt.bin' Does Not Exist

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27th January 2014, 06:45 AM   |  #1  
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I've followed the directions here (wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Build_for_ovation) to build CyanogenMod 10.2 for the Nook HD+ (ovation). I've gotten all the way to the point where I have to extract the proprietary blobs:

Code:
cm@cmbuildbox:~/android/system/device/bn/ovation$ ./extract-files.sh
Quote:
Originally Posted by Output from running extract-files.sh

Pulling hd-common files...
131 KB/s (13920 bytes in 0.103s)
3 KB/s (178 bytes in 0.056s)
83 KB/s (5444 bytes in 0.063s)
439 KB/s (160764 bytes in 0.357s)
524 KB/s (6876512 bytes in 12.811s)
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl127x-fw-4-plt.bin' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl1271-nvs.bin' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/TIInit_7.6.15.bts' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl127x-fw-4-mr.bin' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/RFMD_D_E5.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/TQS_S_2.6.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/RFMD_S_3.5.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/TQS_D_1.0.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/TQS_D_1.7.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/TQS_S_2.5.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl1271-nvs_127x.bin' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl127x-fw-4-sr.bin' does not exist
Pulling omap4470-common files...
141 KB/s (13920 bytes in 0.096s)
3 KB/s (178 bytes in 0.054s)
88 KB/s (5444 bytes in 0.060s)
437 KB/s (160764 bytes in 0.359s)
495 KB/s (6876512 bytes in 13.563s)
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl127x-fw-4-plt.bin' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl1271-nvs.bin' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/TIInit_7.6.15.bts' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl127x-fw-4-mr.bin' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/RFMD_D_E5.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/TQS_S_2.6.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/RFMD_S_3.5.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/TQS_D_1.0.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/TQS_D_1.7.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/ini_files/TQS_S_2.5.ini' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl1271-nvs_127x.bin' does not exist
remote object '/system/vendor/firmware/wl127x-fw-4-sr.bin' does not exist

I have a Nook HD+ with CyanogenMod 10.2 nightly (20140108) connected and working properly. Is this output normal?

I only see the following items in /system/vendor/firmware
  • ducati-m3.bin
  • hdcp.keys
  • smc_pa.ift

Is that normal?

I've searched the forums here, Googled, searched the CyanogenMod forums and posted on Google+. So far no luck. I'm going to try poking in the CyanogenMod nightlies that I have archived and see if there is something there I can manually grab.

Any tips/suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
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