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Author Archives: Chris Kobayashi
The LineageOS team is shutting down builds for 15.1. Ari Opari has asked for Sony Xperia Tablet Z LTE (pollux) builds. They’ve been added to the rooster and are at https://lineageos.disavowed.jp/pollux
At the request of Sachin Saini, I’ve added the Huawei Honor 5X (kiwi) to the weekly 15.1 build rooster. Share and enjoy.
It looks like the LineageOS team got around to fixing what they’d broken in the hammerhead 15.1 tree. Builds have commenced. Kudos to Uwe for giving me a heads-up — much appreciated.
It looks like a commit last week to the 15.1 branch broke builds for hammerhead: ERROR: /mnt/second/android/lineage15/packages/apps/LineageParts/src/org/lineageos/lineageparts/livedisplay/LiveDisplaySettings.java:401.60: config_enableLiveDisplay cannot be resolved or is not a field I’m seeing discussion about this on other devices (https://www.reddit.com/r/LineageOS/comments/feuc3e/build_for_mako_fails, for example) that indicates that … Continue reading
The OpenSSH team has a habit of turning off ciphers/features every few releases. The rationale behind this decision is open to debate (this breaks compatibility with Cisco switches, for example), but so far they are only disabling by default rather … Continue reading
So yes, the weekly LineageOS builds have been a bit sporadic lately. Both deb and flo 14 builds started claiming that the jack server had disappeared. I temporarily removed them, which made other builds complete, but the build times would … Continue reading
I’ve been a fan of DeLonghi appliances since the mid-nineties. Every place I’ve lived, I’ve put an oil-filled DeLonghi heater into each room. Needed a real convection oven a few months back; Japanese apartments typically don’t come with an oven … Continue reading
It’s easy to make an IPv4 DSL connection work in Japan if you’re using NTT FLETS — just use any PPPoE client. FreeBSD, NetBSD, Linux … it doesn’t matter, the process is well-documented. Using that same FreeBSD/NetBSD/Linux machine to handle … Continue reading
The infrastructure hosting the build rooster was upgraded a bit, and it broke the build process. It turned out to be a combination of three things: the build machine’s swap partition wasn’t prepared with mkswap (so the build was getting … Continue reading