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Cody Smith
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Soooo on Cheeseburger with Validus Oreo beta, I take it disabling the hardware keys hasn't landed yet? If it has, then it's well hidden.

Really liking this rom on my OP5, nice job on that, AOSiP team! On an unrelated note, but it's nice to be able to put vision ROMs on my mobile device, something I haven't had the luxury of doing since my 2012 Nexus 7 thanks to being talked into getting QC Galaxy phones that are support locked down.


Might have to pull down the source for this rom and poke around in it to see how things tick.

So I'm trying to build Carbon for Cheeseburger (to try various gerrit submissions and other things) and got the source successfully synced with the binary blobs all downloaded, or so I thought. I'm running in to this error: ninja: error: '/home/cody/carbon/out/target/common/obj/JAVA_LIBRARIES/QPerformance_intermediates/classes.jar', needed by '/home/cody/carbon/out/target/common/obj/PACKAGING/boot-jars-package-check_intermediates/stamp', missing and no known rule to make it

so I can tell something's missing, but for the life of me can't figure it out, and googling it didn't give me any help. Anyone have any ideas?

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I'm trying to build Candy7, and I'm getting this error when I try to build it, I tried with both the candydevices provided kernel source and another set of sources (Lightning kernel) both with the same issue. Is there something I"m missing? I also noticed that the lineage parts added to the local manifest have the wrong revision by default ("c7.1" instead of "cm-14.1" which will cause repo sync to error out if the latter isn't used as c7.1 isn't a revision on Lineage sources, easily enough remedied, but I thought I'd point it out. If both these issues belong in Github bugs, let me know and I'll add them.
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#LGCcares

Eh, why not

If I wanted to, could I manually configure my system's kernel and package it for myself? Not that I'll likely do that, rather just curious

So, is it still the case that Facebook Messenger still doesn't work with Telepathy?

So anyone here play Star Trek Online? I think Chris said he did a few weeks back, but knowing my memory, that may not be true. Reason I ask is I'd like to create a fleet of Linux users. (in that game, guilds are called fleets)

For those of you who are asking whether Papyros will support Google Play, or Android app x, or Android apps in general, here's what the general consensus is:

Android is about as close to PapyrOS as ChromeOS is, the kernel and coreutils are pretty much the only similarities, and even those are heavily patched for whatever device you're using. ChromeOS is getting the entire Android app ecosystem simply because they made a container technology to store the app AND the backend needed. PapyrOS doesn't have anything like that, just because Papyros uses the material guidelines does NOT automatically make it similar enough to android to run it's apps, the material guidelines are simply for UI look, feel, and interactivity, nothing more, nothing less.

Mods, feel free to take that bit and add it to the pinned post or pin this post as well (if the latter is possible), the multitude of people asking the same question that's been asked for months is getting old, I saw enough of that over at Elementary OS's community about their Loki release.
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