Axolotl on PinePhone / Mobian
#31
(02-01-2021, 04:18 PM)ragreenburg Wrote:
(02-01-2021, 02:32 PM)arno_nuehm Wrote:
(02-01-2021, 01:04 PM)ragreenburg Wrote:
(02-01-2021, 12:11 PM)arno_nuehm Wrote:
(02-01-2021, 12:02 PM)ragreenburg Wrote: I am up to date on Mobian and basically what I did was take the code section for the Manual Installation and made that into a shell script and just ran that.


My installation of 0.9.6 went fine.

Please follow the commands in the code section step-by-step - it's uncomfortable, but it works. And let me know, if it worked for you.
I am getting the sqlite3 error on this line when I do it line by line:

env GOOS=linux GOARCH=arm64 go build -o build/linux-arm64/axolotl .

So should I just try and flash my SD card again and try from there?


No, spare yourself the work.

Was it an sqlite3 error or just a warning? And was the go build successful?

If it was just a warning and the build was successful, do the last two cp-commands and create the desktop-files.

It should work then.
It works so that I can see the app icon though it unfortunately isn't launching.

Please check your PMs.
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#32
Is there a way to get a sound notification of incoming messages? I get the LED flashing blue, and the pull-down status bar has notifications on it. But I get no ping/ring/...
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#33
(02-03-2021, 03:27 PM)dukla2000 Wrote: Is there a way to get a sound notification of incoming messages? I get the LED flashing blue, and the pull-down status bar has notifications on it. But I get no ping/ring/...

Haven't tried it yet but it would be nice to have, indeed.

I think, that one has to dive deeper into Mobian to let Axolotl use sound/vibration notification as Chatty does...


Btw: Did your registration get along well? There are some discussions in the Axolotl_dev group that this isn't working with Ubuntu Touch - neither with 4G nor from wifi.
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#34
(02-04-2021, 04:05 AM)arno_nuehm Wrote: ...

I think, that one has to dive deeper into Mobian to let Axolotl use sound/vibration notification as Chatty does...
...

I have noticed it is not in the Gnome notifications list of applications (Settings, Notifications) but don't know how to manually add it there. I guess a side effect of not doing an apt install?

(02-04-2021, 04:05 AM)arno_nuehm Wrote: ...
Btw: Did your registration get along well?
...

Absolutely flawless: first start took a little while (maybe 30 seconds?), was presented with a screen to type my number and it worked straight away. Not only that but my previous handset that was registered with proper Signal with that number has also been disconnected.

Only other challenge I have is with groups: my old groups work but I am getting messages from each member rather than the group. And while I can setup a new group my messages to it fail and the members cannot see the new group to initiate any chats.
  • ROCKPro64 v2.1 2GB, 16Gb eMMC for rootfs, SX8200Pro 512GB NVMe for /home, HDMI video & sound, Bluetooth keyboard & mouse. Started Bionic minimal - now "groovy", Openbox desktop for general purpose daily PC.
  • PinePhone BraveHeart now v1.2b 3/32Gb daily driver, dual boot via p-boot with Mobian/f2fs/Phosh on eMMC, Arch/f2fs/Phosh on SDcard
  • PinePhone v1.2a 2G/16Gb that needs USB board replaced
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#35
(02-04-2021, 04:34 AM)dukla2000 Wrote:
(02-04-2021, 04:05 AM)arno_nuehm Wrote: ...

I think, that one has to dive deeper into Mobian to let Axolotl use sound/vibration notification as Chatty does...
...

I have noticed it is not in the Gnome notifications list of applications (Settings, Notifications) but don't know how to manually add it there. I guess a side effect of not doing an apt install?



(02-04-2021, 04:05 AM)arno_nuehm Wrote: ...
Btw: Did your registration get along well?
...

Absolutely flawless: first start took a little while (maybe 30 seconds?), was presented with a screen to type my number and it worked straight away. Not only that but my previous handset that was registered with proper Signal with that number has also been disconnected.

Only other challenge I have is with groups: my old groups work but I am getting messages from each member rather than the group. And while I can setup a new group my messages to it fail and the members cannot see the new group to initiate any chats.

Notifications: Yes, if it is not installed via apt, it is missing in the Settings. I tried some gsetting stuff to register Axolotl directly to feedbackd but it didn't work.

Registration: Nice to know!

Groups: The new groups (v2Groups) feature is not yet implemented in Axolotl. The devs are working on it and it seems, there are a lot of upstream changes to be considered, too.
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#36
What's the proper way to update Axolotl once you have it installed? "git pull", "go get -u", and then rebuild with the last two steps from the installation tutorial? I don't know how go works, but it would be cool to know how to update the app including the dependencies without redoing the whole procedure.
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#37
(02-11-2021, 03:29 AM)kqlnut Wrote: What's the proper way to update Axolotl once you have it installed? "git pull", "go get -u", and then rebuild with the last two steps from the installation tutorial? I don't know how go works, but it would be cool to know how to update the app including the dependencies without redoing the whole procedure.

That is a good question. I usually rename the ~/home/go folder, since it is only used for Axolotl in my case and then redo every step - which is awfully inconvenient.

But I will dig into it later!

Cheers
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#38
(02-11-2021, 03:54 AM)arno_nuehm Wrote:
(02-11-2021, 03:29 AM)kqlnut Wrote: What's the proper way to update Axolotl once you have it installed? "git pull", "go get -u", and then rebuild with the last two steps from the installation tutorial? I don't know how go works, but it would be cool to know how to update the app including the dependencies without redoing the whole procedure.

That is a good question. I usually rename the ~/home/go folder, since it is only used for Axolotl in my case and then redo every step - which is awfully inconvenient.

But I will dig into it later!

Cheers
I did update just now by going into the axolotl folder, running "git pull", "go get -u" and then rebuilding with the last two steps in your instructions. The app runs fine and shows the updated version. But I'm not sure if I correctly updated the dependencies with these steps ... Updates for stuff like textsecure v1.2.13 showed up, but I don't know if that's enough to have it all in the right place.
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#39
(02-11-2021, 04:05 AM)kqlnut Wrote:
(02-11-2021, 03:54 AM)arno_nuehm Wrote:
(02-11-2021, 03:29 AM)kqlnut Wrote: What's the proper way to update Axolotl once you have it installed? "git pull", "go get -u", and then rebuild with the last two steps from the installation tutorial? I don't know how go works, but it would be cool to know how to update the app including the dependencies without redoing the whole procedure.

That is a good question. I usually rename the ~/home/go folder, since it is only used for Axolotl in my case and then redo every step - which is awfully inconvenient.

But I will dig into it later!

Cheers
I did update just now by going into the axolotl folder, running "git pull", "go get -u" and then rebuilding with the last two steps in your instructions. The app runs fine and shows the updated version. But I'm not sure if I correctly updated the dependencies with these steps ... Updates for stuff like textsecure v1.2.13 showed up, but I don't know if that's enough to have it all in the right place.


The update works with
Code:
go get -d -u

followed by all other steps. It takes round about two minutes to update. Comfortable.

I wrote an experimental install script, which should be able to update:

https://github.com/nuehm-arno/axolotl-mobian-installer

Please have a look and try it, if you like. And feel free to give me some feedback.
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#40
(02-11-2021, 08:48 AM)arno_nuehm Wrote:
(02-11-2021, 04:05 AM)kqlnut Wrote:
(02-11-2021, 03:54 AM)arno_nuehm Wrote:
(02-11-2021, 03:29 AM)kqlnut Wrote: What's the proper way to update Axolotl once you have it installed? "git pull", "go get -u", and then rebuild with the last two steps from the installation tutorial? I don't know how go works, but it would be cool to know how to update the app including the dependencies without redoing the whole procedure.

That is a good question. I usually rename the ~/home/go folder, since it is only used for Axolotl in my case and then redo every step - which is awfully inconvenient.

But I will dig into it later!

Cheers
I did update just now by going into the axolotl folder, running "git pull", "go get -u" and then rebuilding with the last two steps in your instructions. The app runs fine and shows the updated version. But I'm not sure if I correctly updated the dependencies with these steps ... Updates for stuff like textsecure v1.2.13 showed up, but I don't know if that's enough to have it all in the right place.


The update works with
Code:
go get -d -u

followed by all other steps. It takes round about two minutes to update. Comfortable.

I wrote an experimental install script, which should be able to update:

https://github.com/nuehm-arno/axolotl-mobian-installer

Please have a look and try it, if you like. And feel free to give me some feedback.
Great, thank you very much! In your script, every step is run regardless if it's an update or a new installation. Not sure if it would take a long time again to redo the whole npm part? Maybe do a quick and dirty check first if the build folder is present (so if Axolotl has been built before and thus npm has been installed) or check more thoroughly for the prerequisites and then only run the neccessary steps.
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