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chris olson
@tophersucks_twitter
One last thing I didn't try yet was just updating the firmware in the HP dock.
dianaxxyyzz
@dianaxxyyzz
aham
we'll investigate ,and must to get it working
c'ya latter man !
chris olson
@tophersucks_twitter
Hello again! Just wanted to see if you saw my post in the Google group with the dmesg log. Hope all is well!
taman89
@taman89
Hi Diane.....
RangerMauve
@RangerMauve
Has anyone looked into getting this to run on the Pixel or Pixel 2?
Tyler Martin
@TMartinPPC
I haven't looked at it but I've thought about it. Shouldn't be too difficult. I have a Pixel XL but I don't think I'll ever unlock it.
RangerMauve
@RangerMauve
Unlock meaning root the device? @TMartinPPC
Tyler Martin
@TMartinPPC
Yes...unlock the bootloader or root.
Brian Daniels
@bridadan
Hello everyone, I'm just poking around MaruOS and Android development right now, really cool stuff!
I have a potentially dumb question: Let's say I have a device that has a vendor-provided Android kernel version of 4.4
I noticed the MaruOS is based on Marshmallow, which I think uses the 3.x kernel?
Would it still be possible to build MaruOS with an Android kernel version of 4.4.x?
Tyler Martin
@TMartinPPC
Is there a marshmallow build available for your device?
Brian Daniels
@bridadan
From what I can tell no, but I haven't finished searching
Lol, just as I say this
I think I did just find one
Tyler Martin
@TMartinPPC
I think you should be fine then.
Brian Daniels
@bridadan
Ok cool, thanks!
Preetam D'Souza
@pdsouza
@bridadan yep you should be ok even with newer kernel if your device has a build on Marshmallow. You can also try building with nougat-mr2-release branch if you'd like to try MaruOS's experimental N branch but master (aka marshmallow) would be best since it's stable and things should just work
Brian Daniels
@bridadan
ok great, thanks! currently building Marshmallow
Quino Terrasa
@espetro
Hey everyone there! I'm Quino
I just published a question over the dev forum
In short, I'm noob enough not to understand the Developer Guide + Porting Guide. I'm coming from statistical programming bg (so I know how to code) but idk how the thing goes from installing the AOSP kernel and HW config to tweaking it and running it
Is there kind of a YT guide or a blog step by step?
Thanks in advance! :D
Preetam D'Souza
@pdsouza
Highly recommend checking out the official AOSP docs to understand all the pieces involved in AOSP and how to set up your build environment, making modifications, etc: https://source.android.com/setup/initializing
There are a lot of pieces to the puzzle and it's worth reading up on so you don't feel lost! After that, I would start with the Maru developer guide, so you can build our latest stable image and flash to test to make sure your builds are set up right
Quino Terrasa
@espetro
Thanks Preetam! I'll go check it out :)
imShara
@imShara
Hello all. Interested in project. Is there any materials about porting MaruOS or it's parts to other devices?
Can main functionality be cherry-picked to oher aosp/lineage roms?
Brandon P.
@brandon-dacrib
This space seems basically abandoned since december of 2017 - maybe you will have better luck in the forums @imShara
Preetam D'Souza
@pdsouza
@imShara Sorry, we are more active on our forums nowadays. You can check out our developer docs here: https://maruos.com/docs/developer/
Sergio
@seacunab
Hi all

I am started with docker and not follow this

docker run --privileged -it -v ~/path/to/$WORKSPACE:/var/maru pdsouza/maruos-devbox

what mean ~/path/to/$WORKSPACE in docker?

best regards
is the docker root dir?
I have installed debian 10 buster
Preetam D'Souza
@pdsouza
oh its just the directory where you have run repo init
so if you have run repo init && repo sync in ~/code/maru, the docker command would be docker run --privileged -it -v ~/code/maru:/var/maru pdsouza/maruos-devbox
This will mount ~/code/maru from your host system in your docker container under /var/maru. Then you can do cd /var/maru and run your builds
@seacunab Let me know anytime if you need further help!
Sergio
@seacunab
Thanks @pdsouza . Now I download repo and repo init and repo sync works
@pdsouza how I can compile debian buster build?
Sergio
@seacunab
@pdsouza I have Oneplus 2, Oneplus 3T and huawei P smart FIG-LX3...I think that is possible on Oneplus brand, they have USB C and I may be to install HDMI hub adapter
Sergio
@seacunab
I have the Oneplus 2 with TWRP and Lineage OS for this model: https://download.lineageos.org/oneplus2, Its necessary compile the device image?
Preetam D'Souza
@pdsouza
@seacunab Yeah, if you have the device / kernel tree for lineage 15.1 you should be able to bring it up on Maru pretty easily
Check out our porting guide: https://maruos.com/docs/developer/porting.html
Preetam D'Souza
@pdsouza
And we are working on officially supporting Buster soon - right now we still ship stretch officially
I created an issue to track this: maruos/blueprints#19