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Prebuilt raspberry pi 3 image #1

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cookiengineer opened this Issue Mar 19, 2018 · 18 comments

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cookiengineer commented Mar 19, 2018

Hey guys,

first off: As a former webos dev during the palm pre and palm pre 2 days, I have to pay my respects. The new architecture looks amazing, and is really well thought-through. Enact, wayland, mojo, pretty much everything looks very good and is very well engineered.

Anyways, I wanted to ask whether there's a prebuilt image for Raspberries so that people can get started easier when they don't have 100GB available?

It also might make sense to have some prebuilt libraries available in different architectures, using a lazy-cache mechanism similar to ninja or others - so that e.g. chromium does not have to be built from scratch (assuming it takes a lot of space, memory and compile time; currently still digging through the tutorial).

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chbae commented Mar 19, 2018

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Thanks for your suggestion.

Actually yocto provides shared state change (https://www.yoctoproject.org/docs/current/ref-manual/ref-manual.html#shared-state-cache) for fast build. Unfortunately we don't provide the shared state cache yet. I will discuss your suggestion internally and reply soon.

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Vipeax commented Mar 19, 2018

@cookiengineer, if it helps you in any way for the time being: webos-image-raspberrypi3.rootfs.rpi-sdimg. It certainly toke a while for my laptop (fast Quad core with HT, fresh Ubuntu VM with 24GBs of RAM assigned and the disks split over 2 NVM-e disks) to build the entire project. I didn't check the time, but I would estimate the total build time to be around 3.5 hours.

(Pssst: "homeserver" so depending on your location the speed may or may not be great)

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chbae commented Mar 20, 2018

@Vipeax Thanks for providing built image.
@cookiengineer We don't have plan to provide prebuilt libraries and you can build webOS OSE using your desktop and share your shared state in your local. Then your second build uses the your shared state cache.

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chbae commented Mar 20, 2018

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Could you create new issue about Qt development guide?

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CorentinDy commented Mar 23, 2018

Hey, thank's for the prebuilt image !

Did it run perfectly on your raspberry ? I've write it on my sd card and boot it up but i've only a nice wallpaper , my mouse and nothing else, any idea ?

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futurejones commented Mar 23, 2018

Press F1 key on the keyboard, and you will see the Home Launcher UI popping up from the right side of the screen.
Note: Mac keyboards and mice don't seem to work.
Also there is a great forum at http://forum.webosose.org

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CorentinDy commented Mar 23, 2018

Thank's so much , i'll try as soon as i can. I Feel dumb now ^^ And thx for the forum, didn't knew it existed

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pushpendrak commented Mar 23, 2018

I tried with F1, menu popup, but clicking on items results nothing.🙄
We need better built image, which is possibly can be done by LG.

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futurejones commented Mar 23, 2018

I have downloaded and tested that image on my Raspberry pi, everything seems to work as expected.
All menu items work.
Make sure you have a network connection and maybe try a different mouse.

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ranjana-panwar commented Mar 27, 2018

@Vipeax : I have downloaded the image, and tested it to Raspberry pi, its working but in the menu bar, only webos and you tube is available other menu items are missing.

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CorentinDy commented Mar 27, 2018

@ranjana-panwar As the webos is at an early stage, it might be missing some features which need to be more stable before a public release.

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Vipeax commented Mar 27, 2018

@ranjana-panwar what are you missing? This is how the repo was upon release. The browser was never actually included in the release if that is what you are missing.

@pushpendrak sounds like a compatability issue to me.

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ranjana-panwar commented Mar 27, 2018

@Vipeax : actually the settings option is missing for me.

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Vipeax commented Mar 27, 2018

I'm afraid that I'll have to throw in a 'works on my machines' here.

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ranjana-panwar commented Mar 29, 2018

@Vipeax : have a look on my screen
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symbios24 commented Jul 11, 2018

Vipeax can you re upload the image link is not working

Thanks

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PrateekSB commented Sep 21, 2018

Image is unavailable now

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