jonius last edited by jonius
@jonius Not sure why you're seeing different things. Maybe something with the graphics setup in your VM?
Can you run the mir examples? For example:
$ mir-smoke-test-runner ... I: Smoke testing complete with returncode 0
If that also shows problems, this solution might help (depending on your choice of VM):
I: The following clients failed to execute successfully: I: mir_demo_client_prerendered_frames I: mir_demo_client_animated_cursor I: mir_demo_client_render_surface I: mir_demo_client_basic I: mir_demo_client_flicker I: mir_demo_client_fingerpaint I: mir_demo_client_release_at_exit I: mir_demo_client_eglstateswitcher I: mir_demo_client_wayland I: mir_demo_client_target I: mir_demo_client_tooltip I: mir_demo_client_eglsquare I: mir_demo_client_cursors I: mir_demo_client_egldiamond_render_surface I: mir_demo_client_egltriangle I: mir_demo_client_chain_jumping_buffers I: mir_demo_client_touch_validator I: mir_demo_client_wayland_egl_spinner I: mir_demo_client_progressbar I: mir_demo_client_camera I: mir_demo_client_prompt_session I: mir_demo_client_multiwin I: mir_demo_client_scroll I: mir_demo_client_display_config I: mir_demo_client_screencast I: mir_demo_client_eglcounter I: mir_demo_client_multistream I: mir_demo_client_input_shapes I: mir_demo_client_eglplasma I: mir_demo_client_eglflash I: mir_demo_client_pointer_confinement I: Smoke testing complete with returncode -1
I am using VirtualBox. I am not sure how to apply the suggestions in the link. Which VM solution would you suggest? Otherwise I'll install the system again on a separate partition without VM.
@jonius I don't have VirtualBox to hand to give detailed instructions. But it should work if you enable "the right" graphics options. Not sure what it's called. Something like 'passthrough' or '3D' maybe?
jonius last edited by jonius
I was hit by this bug. Now with 3D acceleration enabled most of the smoke tests succeed. Only
mir_demo_client_eglplasmastill failes. And the unit test I mentioned above continues to fail as well. Will test on separate installation without VM this weekend.
MIR_SERVER_CURSOR=null QT_QPA_PLATFORM=mirserver qmlscene qml-demo-shell/qml-demo-shell.qmlworks partially. The circle rotates, but the mouse cursor is not visible and clicking the scale buttons results in
file:///home/miroil/qtmir/demos/qml-demo-shell/qml-demo-shell.qml:28: Error: Unknown method parameter type: FormFactor.
the mouse cursor is not visible
That's sort of expected. I disabled the cursor in Mir because QtMir tries to set a zero sized image instead of hiding it. And Mir treats that as an error.
I've not looked at how it works for Lomiri. I suspect it renders its own cursor.
@alan_g installed Ubuntu 16.04 on my notebook directly via Ubuntu Touch (ISODrive is a great tool). Unfortunately the situation here is worse than in my VM on an Ubuntu 20.04 host. I guess the outdated
amdgpufor my Radeon Vega 8 Graphics in Ubuntu 16.04 is to blame. The demo runs like in the VM, the same unit test fails, but many smoke tests fail:
I: mir_demo_client_camera I: mir_demo_client_tooltip I: mir_demo_client_eglsquare I: mir_demo_client_eglplasma I: mir_demo_client_eglstateswitcher I: mir_demo_client_target I: mir_demo_client_scroll I: mir_demo_client_cursors I: mir_demo_client_egltriangle I: mir_demo_client_egldiamond_render_surface I: mir_demo_client_display_config I: mir_demo_client_eglcounter I: mir_demo_client_touch_validator I: mir_demo_client_animated_cursor I: mir_demo_client_pointer_confinement I: mir_demo_client_input_shapes I: mir_demo_client_eglflash
So I guess best is to switch back to my VM? Is the failing tests something I could ignore for now?
I can make this slightly easier with a few handy env vars.
sudo ln -s /usr/local/lib/qt5/plugins/platforms/libqpa-mirserver.so /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/qt5/plugins/platforms/
Allows Qt to find the platform.
You can avoid this soft link by setting this env var instead:
So Let's make that easier to find too:
sudo ln -s /usr/local/lib/qt5/qml/Unity/ /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/qt5/qml/
Similarly, you can avoid the soft link again and point Qt directly to where those QML plugins live with:
Hope this helps
Aury88 last edited by Aury88
during the QtMir build with
make -j 6 all testI also had the fatal error described by @jonius :
[ 87%] Building CXX object tests/mirserver/ScreensModel/CMakeFiles/ScreensModelTest.dir/screensmodel_test.cpp.o In file included from /home/aurelio/qtmir/src/modules/Unity/Application/mirsurface.h:35:0, from /home/aurelio/qtmir/tests/modules/SurfaceManager/surface_manager_test.cpp:22: /home/aurelio/qtmir/src/modules/Unity/Application/mirbuffersgtexture.h:20:30: fatal error: miroil/mirbuffer.h: Not existing file or directory compilation terminated. tests/modules/SurfaceManager/CMakeFiles/surfacemanager_test.dir/build.make:62: instruction set for the target "tests/modules/SurfaceManager/CMakeFiles/surfacemanager_test.dir/surface_manager_test.cpp.o" failed make: *** [tests/modules/SurfaceManager/CMakeFiles/surfacemanager_test.dir/surface_manager_test.cpp.o] Error 1 CMakeFiles/Makefile2:2146: instruction set for the target "tests/modules/SurfaceManager/CMakeFiles/surfacemanager_test.dir/all" failed make: *** [tests/modules/SurfaceManager/CMakeFiles/surfacemanager_test.dir/all] Error 2 make: *** waiting incomplete process....
and after that
[ 95%] Built target applicationmanager_test Makefile:138: instruction set for the target "all" failed make: *** [all] Error 2
@jonius can you PR your fix? It looks to tidy up the cmake code too.
alan_g last edited by alan_g
@alan_g does that mean no need for a PR from my side?
Aury88 last edited by
@jonius i tried again after the
git pullbut obtain the same error
Aury88 last edited by
Oh! so I totally misunderstood that command...reading the documentation seemed to me
git pullalready encompass a
git fetchand a
git merge. also I tried the git pull after the make command and that confirmed the local branch was up-to-date. ok, i will try again after the fetch. thank you.
@jonius next issue is a failing test (ApplicationManager), which fails here.
I had a look over the weekend. The test is failing in the branch I based this off, and I didn't see an obvious cause for it.
I probably need to find a better base branch for this work. I really find all these QtMir branches a mystery. Maybe the best one is one of those in the gitlab repo?