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Old 01-29-2013, 03:55 AM   #40
giorgio130
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Originally Posted by ah- View Post
Regarding the original goal of this thread, I'm having problems with getting devcap-daemon to run. That's the only error message left when I try to start framework.

I faked /proc/board_id and /dev/mmcblk0p3 with 00A (any idea which board_id/codename is closest to the Kobo touch?) and a few zeros respectively, but it now dies with:
Nice to see you jumping in the wagon
I've added some scripts and the kernel module I use to fake board_id. I use a code that I found online, I don't think it is an issue to share it here but if we come up with something working it will have to be modified with something non-existing. A step I think is necessary to make the software run is to configure the framebuffer to 8bpp, that's what framebuffer_configure does, it is used also in my port of KPV.
BTW, where did you get that log? I'm just using strace at the moment since I can't get a proper log. Never had references to devcap but maybe I just didn't notice.
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