If you're on Linux, you can try
telnet 192.168.2.15. If this IP doesn't work, try to find it in
dmesg. If you're able to get to the initramfs shell, try to execute
cat /diagnosis.log(if the file exists). Also execute
dmesgand copy the whole log to pastebin.ubuntu.com. It'll help me troubleshoot it.
This is not an error condition. Everything should be fine as long as
/datais mounted. Check if
/data/system.imgexists after the installation.
My builds are built from Halium 7.1 tree, which is based on Android 7.1 (LineageOS 14.1). So, the porting process should be similar to that of Nougat ROMs.
It's not anything hard, you don't have to create any config files... Execute
Sucessfully flashed the latest beta!This is my scenario; I have a faulty display (few areas don't work, soft-keyboard's enter button area and Back,Home and the third button as well), but I can SSH into my device. And I want to use my PC's mouse and keyboard using synergy. [Until I hopefully get a display for it.]
How do I enable wifi through SSH?
Edit: Just did a simple search to find the fix: http://askubuntu.com/questions/1255866/ddg#1255870, in case somebody needs to know.
sudo nmtuiand activate a connection using the TUI.
The wifi radio wasn't ON after first boot.
ncmli r wifi onon the terminal.
That's known, it'll work on the second boot. Standard desktop apps should work with Libertine. You can also
sudo mount -o remount,rw /and install packages with APT, but it's not recommended - your changes will be overwritten by future builds.
I really think it should boot up... please check if you have enough space in
/datausing MTP in TWRP. Ubuntu Touch needs at least 6 GB of free space. It's recommended to format data before flashing.
Ok, so it's an 8 GB variant. Ubuntu Touch only supports devices with 16 GB and more. You'll have to wait until we find a way to flash the system image to the system partition (which will break dual booting).
Forgot to reply to some bugs... Ubuntu Touch doesn't have DT2W. Only gesture navigation is used there, that's why the navbar is disabled. No idea about hw acceleration yet... Bluetooth needs backported kernel drivers and MTP is disabled by default because of debugging.I've installed it. Nice job! The ROM is pretty interesting, but laggy, it looks like hw acceleration (gpu) is broken, but I am not sure. Also I've found some new bugs in addition to the listed ones. Navbar, DT2W (double tap to wake), MTP (connection to the PC) and Bluetooth are not working. APT can neither update sources list nor install anything. Offline charging (on powered off smartphone) shows ??/100%. Usual TWRP can't decrypt FBE and access Ubuntu files. So, that's all I've found. Luckily, SD card works, and WiFi needs only one command to be enabled (echo sta > /sys/module/wlan/parameters/fwpath). Pressing power button seems to work as intended. I'll watch this thread and try new versions when I have time. Here are some screenshots:
/* * Your warranty is now (expired?) void. * * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you. */
This port of Ubuntu Touch is running on Halium 7.1, which is based on Android 7.1 (Nougat).What is Ubuntu Touch?
Ubuntu Touch is the touch-friendly mobile version of Ubuntu.
This operating system is developed and maintained by UBports: An international community of passionate volunteers.
This means Ubuntu Touch is 100% community driven and independent.
What is Halium?
Halium is the collaborative project to unify the Hardware Abstraction Layer for projects which run GNU/Linux on mobile devices with pre-installed Android.
/data. Please wait until this way is available. Don't even try to flash on 8 GB devices.