[Gta04-owner] Phosh/Librem5 system on a GTA04
andreas at kemnade.info
Sun Dec 30 20:58:57 CET 2018
On Sun, 30 Dec 2018 20:06:34 +0100
"H. Nikolaus Schaller" <hns at goldelico.com> wrote:
> > Am 30.12.2018 um 20:02 schrieb Andreas Kemnade <andreas at kemnade.info>:
> > Hi,
> > On Sun, 30 Dec 2018 19:20:33 +0100
> > Mark Müller <markmueller86 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On 2018/12/30 0:07, Andreas Kemnade wrote:
> >>> adduser purism
> >>> is important.
> >> Thanks, that's right - I knew I forgot something... ;-)
> >>> I started a fresh debian buster using a patched
> >>> cdebootstrap/libinstaller
> >>> (see https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=904699)
> >>> Now I am with a non-working touchscreen but screen output.
> >> Well, touchscreen is working, but there seems to be a bug in
> >> wlroots/rootston concerning how key presses are handled. I had a lengthy
> >> test yesterday and a phosh developer helped me a lot. So here's what we
> >> found so far:
> >> * "libinput debug-events" shows the touch events for the touch screen
> >> correctly
> >> * try starting /usr/lib/wlroots/touch - it's a stand alone touch demo
> >> for wlroots and needs a tty (f.ex. start it over ssh via "openvt -c 8 --
> >> /usr/lib/wlroots/touch" while rootston/phosh is not running)
> >> * you can start a GTK+3 app under X11 directly and you'll see touch
> >> input working; same app won't work correctly, if you start it directly
> >> with rootston
> >> * here's the issue i've found: the position of a touch event is read
> >> correctly, but only the first touch seems to be correctly recognized as
> >> a "pressed" event. Every following touch event seems to be categorized
> >> as a "mouse over".
> Well, this categorization is done on GUI level. The /dev/input events
> only know about mouse press/move/release.
> So it should not even be possible to generate mouse-over events, because
> there are no position reports between release and press.
> >> * you can try it with a real mouse on the GTA04 and start the "Calls"
> >> app in Phosh. When your mouse is over a digit button, the button changes
> >> it's appearance a bit (="mouse over") and when you click it (="pressed"
> >> event), it changes as well. Remember how a button in "mouse
> >> over"/"pressed" state looks like and then try to touch these buttons.
> >> You'll see a really strange behaviour :D
> > I attached a keyboard+trackpad. I only come to a pin unlock dialog
> > (even with the modem having its pin unlocked!). And there seems to
> > be reception level displayed on the lockscreen.
> > Anything more I forgot?
> > needs the purism user be in special groups/have special properties?
> And does it have a well known default for the password (e.g. for ssh over USB)?
I personally would block that user for ssh and use another one for it.
I manually created that user, so I gave him a sane password. I never
thought that PIN=password here.
Just rebooting... and setting pw to digit only.
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