Trying to revive this again.
I can get the halium rootfs running as well as before, including test_hwcomposer.
But using the latest plasma rootfs, I get only a black screen. Also, I'm not hearing the audible PM greeting "Oh it's gorgeous".
I have replaced the vendor blobs with the ones provided by TheMuppets:
but that didn't help either.
- syslog https://paste.ubuntu.com/26340223/ It continues forever and ever with the line
kgsl kgsl-3d0: |kgsl_add_fence_event| invalid fence fd
- logcat https://paste.ubuntu.com/26345905/ , repeats those four lines forever
- lxc-checkconfig see here and there, definitely something to do there, including bugs in lxc-config :(, but I'm not convinced this is related to the problem at hand, since I got PM to work last August without having those lxc-checkconfig items solved
Any advice appreciated!
Update: it seems that the pm rootfs from 20171219 does work ok, but the one from 20171220 fails.
Update2: Another image from CI also works http://mobile.neon.pangea.pub:8080/view/All/job/generic_rootfs/68/artifact/result/halium-rootfs-generic.tar.gz
Update3: But with both, 1219 and 68/artefact the system doesn't react to touch AFTER unlocking. The lock screen itself looks ok
Update4: With some playing around I found that the first "bad" image is 1210. Images before are ok. Then I was playing around with 1210 for a while, and it actually became unfrozen. I'm not 100% sure what I did but I think it went something like this:
systemctl disable NetworkManager
systemctl mask NetworkManager
systemctl unmask NetworkManager
systemctl enable NetworkManager
loginctl kill-session c1
# screen goes dark
systemctl stop simplelogin
systemctl start simplelogin
# htop shows a busy system including plasma and kwin stuff
echo 200 > /sys/class/leds/lcd-backlight/brightness
# shows the lock screen
# kwallet wizard shows
# normal system shows and
# is NOT frozen, I can start chromium!
Oh, and I did also enable wifi (`echo 1>/dev/wcnss_wlan ;
echo sta > /sys/module/wlan/parameters/fwpath ;
nmcli dev wifi connect <SOMEOPENWIFI> ) but I can't remember where in the sequence above.