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  1. [translate]    #11
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    Default repo stopped working

    Hello,

    I tried to use the wiki to download the sources. But I'm stuck.
    The script "repo" moved to google.
    I installed this new script but the command "repo sync" fails because it cannot connect to android.git.kernel.org.
    How can I fix this script to make it run ?

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_edge123 View Post
    Hello,

    I tried to use the wiki to download the sources. But I'm stuck.
    The script "repo" moved to google.
    I installed this new script but the command "repo sync" fails because it cannot connect to android.git.kernel.org.
    How can I fix this script to make it run ?

    Thanks in advance
    https://github.com/voku/sm_android


    sudo su -
    curl https://dl-ssl.google.com/dl/googlesource/git-repo/repo > /usr/bin/repo
    chmod +x /usr/bin/repo

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    Quote Originally Posted by voku1987 View Post
    Thanks voku.
    This release does not seem to work.
    The compilation ended with these messages:
    <output>
    Combining NOTICE files: out/target/product/GT-I5700/obj/NOTICE.html
    Target system fs image: out/target/product/GT-I5700/obj/PACKAGING/systemimage_unopt_intermediates/system.img
    Install system fs image: out/target/product/GT-I5700/system.img
    /bin/bash: / 2048 * (2048+64): erreur de syntaxe : opérande attendue (error token is "/ 2048 * (2048+64)")
    /bin/bash: / 2048 * (2048+64): erreur de syntaxe : opérande attendue (error token is "/ 2048 * (2048+64)")
    /bin/bash: / 2048 * (2048+64): erreur de syntaxe : opérande attendue (error token is "/ 2048 * (2048+64)")
    /bin/bash: / 2048 * (2048+64): erreur de syntaxe : opérande attendue (error token is "/ 2048 * (2048+64)")
    Package target files: out/target/product/GT-I5700/obj/PACKAGING/target_files_intermediates/spica-target_files-eng.fabien.zip
    Package OTA: out/target/product/GT-I5700/spica-ota-eng.fabien.zip
    unzipping target target-files...
    using device-specific extensions in vendor/spica/common
    unable to load device-specific module; assuming none
    done.
    fabien@dell-debian:~/android/spica$
    </output>
    If I boot with the generated zip file, I can see the samdroid logo but not the android one. The screen remains black but "adb shell" is still working.
    Did I miss something ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_edge123 View Post
    Thanks voku.
    This release does not seem to work.
    The compilation ended with these messages:
    <output>
    Combining NOTICE files: out/target/product/GT-I5700/obj/NOTICE.html
    Target system fs image: out/target/product/GT-I5700/obj/PACKAGING/systemimage_unopt_intermediates/system.img
    Install system fs image: out/target/product/GT-I5700/system.img
    /bin/bash: / 2048 * (2048+64): erreur de syntaxe : opérande attendue (error token is "/ 2048 * (2048+64)")
    /bin/bash: / 2048 * (2048+64): erreur de syntaxe : opérande attendue (error token is "/ 2048 * (2048+64)")
    /bin/bash: / 2048 * (2048+64): erreur de syntaxe : opérande attendue (error token is "/ 2048 * (2048+64)")
    /bin/bash: / 2048 * (2048+64): erreur de syntaxe : opérande attendue (error token is "/ 2048 * (2048+64)")
    Package target files: out/target/product/GT-I5700/obj/PACKAGING/target_files_intermediates/spica-target_files-eng.fabien.zip
    Package OTA: out/target/product/GT-I5700/spica-ota-eng.fabien.zip
    unzipping target target-files...
    using device-specific extensions in vendor/spica/common
    unable to load device-specific module; assuming none
    done.
    fabien@dell-debian:~/android/spica$
    </output>
    If I boot with the generated zip file, I can see the samdroid logo but not the android one. The screen remains black but "adb shell" is still working.
    Did I miss something ?
    maybe the kernel? I don't know ... but I think you can download my SGM-Version and merge your zip-file in this ROM

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    Quote Originally Posted by voku1987 View Post
    maybe the kernel? I don't know ... but I think you can download my SGM-Version and merge your zip-file in this ROM
    Is there a toochain to install to compile it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_edge123 View Post
    Is there a toochain to install to compile it ?
    [HowTo] Cross-Compiling the Android-kernel

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    Quote Originally Posted by voku1987 View Post
    I had a problem with certificates. How can I fix this ? git clone https://github.com/voku/i5700-sm-kernel.git Cloning into 'i5700-sm-kernel'... error: server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none while accessing https://github.com/voku/i5700-sm-kernel.git/info/refs fatal: HTTP request failed

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_edge123 View Post
    I had a problem with certificates. How can I fix this ? git clone https://github.com/voku/i5700-sm-kernel.git Cloning into 'i5700-sm-kernel'... error: server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none while accessing https://github.com/voku/i5700-sm-kernel.git/info/refs fatal: HTTP request failed
    It's OK. I replaced https with git :-)


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