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Android-x86 4.4-RC1 released
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Chih-Wei Huang
2014-02-14 17:53:52 UTC
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After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.

http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1

Enjoy it and Happy Valentine's Day!
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Zecik123
2014-02-14 19:32:05 UTC
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Unfortunately a live CD ISO is NOT available in the following site:
•http://www.android-x86.org/download
•https://sourceforge.net/projects/android-x86/files/Release 4.4/


W dniu piątek, 14 lutego 2014 18:53:52 UTC+1 uÅŒytkownik Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Wellison Flemming
2014-02-14 19:53:03 UTC
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*the image is not able to download, please fix it.*







Em sexta-feira, 14 de fevereiro de 2014 14h53min52s UTC-3, Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Chih-Wei Huang
2014-02-15 01:46:01 UTC
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Post by Wellison Flemming
the image is not able to download, please fix it.
I use SourceForge download for this release because
the googlecode doesn't offer download function anymore.

I haven't used SourceForge download for a long time.
It seems my settings was wrong so the file was hidden.
Now it should be fixed.
Sorry for that.
Na Gh
2014-04-24 08:59:25 UTC
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Hi, if you need storage for upload/download i can create an ftp space on
our web site storage space. www.galliatech.com
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Post by Wellison Flemming
the image is not able to download, please fix it.
I use SourceForge download for this release because
the googlecode doesn't offer download function anymore.
I haven't used SourceForge download for a long time.
It seems my settings was wrong so the file was hidden.
Now it should be fixed.
Sorry for that.
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job ren
2014-02-14 22:16:16 UTC
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I am not sure if the RC is the same as the nightly build
android_x86-2014-02-12_03-32-38.iso

I tested it yesterday on my Lenovo s10 (atom N270, RealTek HDA CODEC
ALC269, wifi card is BCM43xx)

The liveCD won't boot as it state that my CPU is not 64bit.....So the Atom
family are completely hopeless from now on because of the new design of
Google !?
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Daniele Rubetti
2014-02-14 23:32:09 UTC
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Greg McGee
2014-02-15 04:42:43 UTC
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Booting//working on x200 thinkpad (i915) must use nomodeset boot arg, this
disables opengl.
Still trying to get a build working again, mageia4 uses make v4 so the
build borks.
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
Enjoy it and Happy Valentine's Day!
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Greg McGee
2014-02-15 06:17:27 UTC
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On X200 with wacom pen, cannot seem to get working calibration with
wacom-input, ts_calibrate mostly works if you create the missing
/data/system/tslib/ dir the pointercal lives in
Still working that as it could be malpractice on my part, biggest issue I
see is forcing the screenmose or being able to manually tweak the
pontercal, have not figured out which number is which

The binary inputattach i posted previously works fine, as it uses the
kernel wacom module and does not need external calibration.
Post by Greg McGee
Booting//working on x200 thinkpad (i915) must use nomodeset boot arg, this
disables opengl.
Still trying to get a build working again, mageia4 uses make v4 so the
build borks.
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Adriano Gradenigo
2014-02-19 17:39:51 UTC
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I'm on an asus eeetop et1602 with atom n270 and i915.
same here, with nomodeset it's working but without opengl.
Without nomodeset it's booting with black screen but i think it is working
because i can hear the buttons' sound.
logcat is telling me:

E/GRALLOC-KMS(...): failed to set crtc (permission denied) (crtc_id 3 ,
fb_id 28, com 8, mode 1368x768)

so i think that is something wrong with the function drmModeSetCrtc in
xf86drmMode.c because the mode is wrong: my correct mode is 1366x768.

Is it possible that is reading wrong resolution somewhere?
thanks
Post by Greg McGee
Booting//working on x200 thinkpad (i915) must use nomodeset boot arg, this
disables opengl.
Still trying to get a build working again, mageia4 uses make v4 so the
build borks.
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Usman Latif
2014-02-15 08:36:13 UTC
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hi

congrats on 4.4. i tested it on on dell latitude st tablet. i was hoping
you will put some magic for it. still no touch. couldnt reach anywhere to
test sound and wifi.

plz help us. get us a working version for our device

good luck
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
Enjoy it and Happy Valentine's Day!
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Greg McGee
2014-02-15 09:37:52 UTC
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You have an ntrig pen setup

Ntrig ships on android devices... may need something like inputattach,
might do a little research to see if yours is serial or usb based.

SUSE Linux may work out of the box, try the live cd, you will then be able
to see exactly what hardware you have and the needed drivers etc.

its possible you just need to know to load the kernel module.
Post by Usman Latif
hi
congrats on 4.4. i tested it on on dell latitude st tablet. i was hoping
you will put some magic for it. still no touch. couldnt reach anywhere to
test sound and wifi.
plz help us. get us a working version for our device
good luck
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Vaidotas
2014-02-15 13:53:58 UTC
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Will there be support for EFI boot?
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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P-O
2014-02-15 15:38:18 UTC
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Hello and Thank you very much for the 4.4-RC1. It made my day. Installed on a 16GB SDHC-card on a Fujitsu T730 Tablet Pc. WIFI OK. BT OK, I bcan connect my old GPS-dongle via ASUS BT-dongle anf run OSMAND. I'm happy. Touch-screen not working but I can live with that. No chrashes so far.
P-O
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Quinny899
2014-02-14 18:30:21 UTC
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Is it still uploading? Links seem dead to me
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Dmitriy Kurshakov
2014-02-15 12:14:58 UTC
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Hi all. I have already tried it on my home computer. There is a big
difference between this release candidate and previous 4.3-20130725! There
is a big step forward! System boots up very quickly and doesn't freezes.
And there is much more available apps on Play Store: Google+, Chrome, Play
Music and other. But system contains same bugs as in early version:
1) the system freezes when going to sleep (the solution is turn off sleep
mode in settings -- display -- sleep);
2) the system reboots when I try to connect my Apple Magick Trackpad as
input device
And there is a new bug: icons on main screen have a graphical "garbage" on
their bottom line.

Thanks to all people who worked on this release! 

пятМОца, 14 февраля 2014 г., 21:53:52 UTC+4 пПльзПватель Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Karel Kopp
2014-02-18 17:55:18 UTC
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Problem about icons is in line count on desktop just change line count to
smaller nr and problem fixed
Post by Dmitriy Kurshakov
Hi all. I have already tried it on my home computer. There is a big
difference between this release candidate and previous 4.3-20130725! There
is a big step forward! System boots up very quickly and doesn't freezes.
And there is much more available apps on Play Store: Google+, Chrome, Play
1) the system freezes when going to sleep (the solution is turn off sleep
mode in settings -- display -- sleep);
2) the system reboots when I try to connect my Apple Magick Trackpad as
input device
And there is a new bug: icons on main screen have a graphical "garbage" on
their bottom line.
Thanks to all people who worked on this release! 
пятМОца, 14 февраля 2014 г., 21:53:52 UTC+4 пПльзПватель Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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jdw6
2014-02-15 06:47:39 UTC
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is this code for the iso you released available somewhere???

grabbed the stuff from git and built it and the home screen is totally
different than what you released....don't get it..

shouldn't it be the same??

thanks
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After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Chih-Wei Huang
2014-02-16 03:18:52 UTC
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Are you sure you have synced the latest kitkat-x86 branch? Make sure the
launcher you built is Launcher3 instead of Launcher2.

http://git.android-x86.org/?p=device/generic/x86.git;a=blobdiff;f=packages.mk;h=a402dbfc9816f17befbd357360d7dd4e1efc2cea;hp=c77e5b20fefba769eda8d9cc7c1db3c9109f1f36;hb=85ffd5137c76d5c6706e79cbe0a38b228750ee17;hpb=81f3d6b1ca76254874e03563ae29aab7b9b61b15
Post by jdw6
is this code for the iso you released available somewhere???
grabbed the stuff from git and built it and the home screen is totally
different than what you released....don't get it..
shouldn't it be the same??
thanks
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After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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monstercameron
2014-02-15 21:24:12 UTC
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- wow, great release. works well on my netbook.
- faster and seemingly more stable
- dpm enabled for radeon gpus? seems that way, not running as hot.
- hd video support in youtube, choppy but works
- controller support
- a few texture bugs remain is some games, more games and apps became
compatible and became incompatible[crashes etc.].
- wifi now works with broadcom chipset.
- usb hubs seem to freak it out[or my bluetooth adapter via a usb hub]
- still no netflix, is it possible?

working on a video uploaded later.
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After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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job
2014-02-16 02:53:54 UTC
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Test on Lenovo s10 (atom N270, RealTek HDA CODEC ALC269, wifi card BCM43xx)
Has no issue booting up and shutting down.
Wifi, audio, video playback works.
A small amount of apps like Google Earth shows not compatable with the system.
Heat generated by the machine has semingly reduced a tiny bit?! Will try it on SSD after the suspend/resume issue got resolved.

Issues:

The only issue I encountered is the netbook cannot turn the display off and keeps reading HDD after entering sleep mode. In order to get out of it
I have to mess with the keyboard for a while. It seems to receive key strikes, by looking at numberlock and capslock, yet in a very much delaied fashion. Sometime I have to force shut down as nothing works. Is this originated from some hacks to enable keyboard wakeup?
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Uwe Koch
2014-02-16 06:23:15 UTC
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Hi,
I have tried the live boot version on my Lenovo S10-3t.
It's much better concerning the wifi working already from live boot (my main installation is still on 4.0.4 because it's the best version so far for s10-3t).
Called Antutu - 7945. Seems the same as in 4.0.4.
So far feels good to try a full installation.

Thanks so far!

Issues: Launcher seems to cut the text under the icons. So on my 1024x600 display the text according to the icons is not readable.

*** Question ***
Root partition: Still limited to 2 GB? Could not verify that with live boot. Would be nice if anyone could report if that limitation is gone now!

asys3
volker
2014-02-18 18:35:44 UTC
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@job / google earth
could also not install google earth from the Playstore, BUT could do so
from the Amazon Appstore,
volker
Post by job
Test on Lenovo s10 (atom N270, RealTek HDA CODEC ALC269, wifi card BCM43xx)
Has no issue booting up and shutting down.
Wifi, audio, video playback works.
A small amount of apps like Google Earth shows not compatable with the system.
Heat generated by the machine has semingly reduced a tiny bit?! Will try
it on SSD after the suspend/resume issue got resolved.
The only issue I encountered is the netbook cannot turn the display off
and keeps reading HDD after entering sleep mode. In order to get out of it
I have to mess with the keyboard for a while. It seems to receive key
strikes, by looking at numberlock and capslock, yet in a very much delaied
fashion. Sometime I have to force shut down as nothing works. Is this
originated from some hacks to enable keyboard wakeup?
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2014-02-18 23:47:31 UTC
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It's already pretty nice with google service support with all the core google apps. The app support for me is actually enough. The recent VLC x86 nightly seems to be malfunctioning (maybe it's the nighlty itself causing the problem), yet mx player works pretty well.

The only thing holding me back from moving out of thinkpad 4.0.3 version is the suspend/resume issue. Old atom cpu generates considerable heat. The sleep mode keeps the temperature at bay by turning almost everything off whenever I leave the laptop.
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2014-02-16 08:16:53 UTC
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here is a video of a few working games

great release all-in-all
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http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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here is a video of a few working games
http://youtu.be/_LAdENZIFvc
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great release all-in-all
Thank you for the sharing.
Could you list all the apps you tested in the video?
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2014-02-20 09:12:11 UTC
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gt racing 2, the conduit, dead trigger 2, soulcraft, modern combat 4, gta
vice city, injustice, rage of the gladiator, avp evolution, major mahem,
minecraft pocket, dead trigger 1, sonic, gta 3, wind up knight, dungeon
hunter 4, vector, cordy 2, basemark taiji and epic citadel.

Also there seems to be graphics corruption for GCN/radeonSI gpus. [tested
on kaveri and kabini]
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here is a video of a few working games
http://youtu.be/_LAdENZIFvc
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great release all-in-all
Thank you for the sharing.
Could you list all the apps you tested in the video?
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Meerio
2014-02-16 13:44:20 UTC
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i report an issue: paragon ( ntfs mounter) isn't able to mount ntfs
partitions. some help?

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See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Carsten Schmied
2014-02-16 19:35:11 UTC
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Thanks a lot!!!

I tested on my Thinkpad T510 and my Thinkpad X61s

T510:
I works out of the box. I have a 24 inch FullHD monitor attached via HDMI.
Sadly there is no way to configure resolution or deactivate the output to
the T510's screen - the screens are mirrored and I don't know how to change
it.
Also Android is displayed at the same resolution on the 24' monitor as on
my T510. This means the image on the 24' inch monitor is not fullscreen but
there is a black frame around android.

X61s: I need to use Mesa at the bootmenu. OpenGL doesn't work. It worked in
previous releases (I think 4.0).


Really great release! It would be nice to be able to configure attached
screens and their resolution ;)

Thanks!
Carsten
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Frog
2014-02-17 19:41:34 UTC
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I installed 4.4 RC1 on my netbook (Aspire one D255) and it works fine but I
want dual boot it with linux.

I know the process
http://www.webupd8.org/2012/03/how-to-dual-boot-android-x86-and-ubuntu.html and
I found the line for 4.0 RC1, 4.0 RC2 and for the 4.3 jelly bean but for
the latest I can't found ( I'm not a good linux user)

I try this one but it don't work :

menuentry "Android 4.4-RC1" {
set root=(hd0,5)
linux /android-4.4-RC1/kernel quiet root=/dev/ram0
androidboot.hardware=android_x86 video=-16 SRC=/android-4.4-RC1
initrd /android-4.4-RC1/initrd.img
}

I think it's this parkt is wrong : android_x86 video=-16 SRC=
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P-O
2014-02-17 20:20:36 UTC
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Frog

Have you ever concidered to do the installlation on an usb stick or on a sdhc card.
The sdhc version is what I use as a"dual boot".
It also means that I can take the sdhc to another computer.

P-O
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2014-02-17 20:53:43 UTC
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I installed 4.4 RC1 on my netbook (Aspire one D255) and it works fine but
I want dual boot it with linux.
I know the process
http://www.webupd8.org/2012/03/how-to-dual-boot-android-x86-and-ubuntu.html and
I found the line for 4.0 RC1, 4.0 RC2 and for the 4.3 jelly bean but for
the latest I can't found ( I'm not a good linux user)
menuentry "Android 4.4-RC1" {
set root=(hd0,5)
linux /android-4.4-RC1/kernel quiet root=/dev/ram0
androidboot.hardware=android_x86 video=-16 SRC=/android-4.4-RC1
initrd /android-4.4-RC1/initrd.img
}
It's good :-)
The problem was ME only ME, I made an error when I tape the line !!! The
only things you must change it's the number of the partition "(hd0,?)
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2014-02-19 00:19:56 UTC
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Post by Frog
Post by Frog
I installed 4.4 RC1 on my netbook (Aspire one D255) and it works fine but
I want dual boot it with linux.
I know the process
http://www.webupd8.org/2012/03/how-to-dual-boot-android-x86-and-ubuntu.html and
I found the line for 4.0 RC1, 4.0 RC2 and for the 4.3 jelly bean but for
the latest I can't found ( I'm not a good linux user)
menuentry "Android 4.4-RC1" {
set root=(hd0,5)
linux /android-4.4-RC1/kernel quiet root=/dev/ram0
androidboot.hardware=android_x86 video=-16 SRC=/android-4.4-RC1
initrd /android-4.4-RC1/initrd.img
}
It's good :-)
The problem was ME only ME, I made an error when I tape the line !!! The
only things you must change it's the number of the partition "(hd0,?)
By the time I came back to reply you figured it out, but I'll post my
40_custom entries anyway, might help someone else. This is on my ASUS EeePC
menuentry "Android-x86-4.4-RC1" {
set root='(hd0,4)'
linux /android-4.4-RC1/kernel quiet root=/dev/ram0
androidboot.hardware=eeepc acpi_sleep=s3_bios,s3_mode SRC=/android-4.4-RC1
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Francesco Diaz
2014-02-15 21:10:14 UTC
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For me doesn't work, I have an apu a8 5600k, graphics glit and I receive
this message "UNFORTUNATELY,SETUP WIZARD HAS STOPPED"

My usb wifi doesn't work, TL-WN821N<http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/details/?model=TL-WN821N>
V2
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2014-02-16 11:17:10 UTC
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I tried the iso, but will not start on eeepc 701 and eeepc 1000HD while you
start on EeePC 1215B.
I need to change something in the boot for my eeepc701 or eeepc 1000HD?
thanks in advance
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2014/2/18 €U€È2:09 ©ó "superattilius superattilius" <***@gmail.com>
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Post by superattilius superattilius
I tried the iso, but will not start on eeepc 701 and eeepc 1000HD while
you start on EeePC 1215B.
Post by superattilius superattilius
I need to change something in the boot for my eeepc701 or eeepc 1000HD?
thanks in advance
EeePC 701 & 1000HD use old Celeron CPU
that are not supported since android 4.x.

You need a CPU with SSE3 at least.
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Bnjmn
2014-02-17 10:28:48 UTC
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My machine (using Linux version 3.10.2-android-x86)<https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByCssmFGnnHaVktkZ0xJdVZQSTg/edit?usp=sharing>No
boot live or after install, it formatted ext3 as well! just hangs @ android
boot logo.
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Aaron Tomsett
2014-02-17 08:51:52 UTC
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Hi, thanks for the release!

I'm running a netbook by 'zoostorm'. Sound, network, inputs, etc all working! I installed /system as read/write when asked.
Wireless seems to be dropping out occasionally
System crashes causing soft reboot; Youtube (and some apps I installed) not working possibly permissions related (formatted ext3)

Just looking at logcat now.

Aaron.
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2014-02-18 17:48:50 UTC
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4.4-RC1

works well in virtualbox, v4.3.6, including eth0, german keyboard, several
news apps, such as "tagesschau" (sound and video). Considerably better than
the previous 4.3.
So far, I did not get google maps and the camera working,
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Karel Kopp
2014-02-18 11:07:44 UTC
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On Asus eeepc 1000H is working great
this release is more stable 4.3 and older builds
except for the icons on the desktop icon is visible
but text under icon no :( but this is small bug
Many thanks for this release
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StXh
2014-02-19 07:28:41 UTC
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Boot 4.4.rc1 via grub4dos on my Dell inspiron 7420. But it didn't support
wifi device intel wireless-n 2230.
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Stephan Reimer
2014-02-19 06:31:34 UTC
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Sorry for my bad english.
I installed it on a Windpad 110W and it is wroking great.
For others who want to do it check, that the Partitions are formatted the
right way and *before *you install this version.
Suspend and Gyro doesnt work, but in oppsite to Win7 it is now a great
working tablet.
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Verachten Bruno
2014-02-20 21:24:01 UTC
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Thanks a lot for your work.
I finally got to the end of the compilation, and got my iso booting
and installing tonight.
The vbox_x86-eng didn't want to compile because of a duplicate (kroush
supersu and another soft), but the android_x86-eng works fine for me
(VirtualBox on a HP Probook 6450b).

Best wishes,

Bruno Verachten
Taufik Ridwan
2014-02-20 03:12:34 UTC
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how to install arm translator in this release? i cant find it in
Hou Joshua
2014-02-20 05:51:00 UTC
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Thank you for bringing Android to the X86 machines.
I installed in my Hanvon B16 with a GMA500 graphic. The google map can't
display anymore because no hardware acceleration.
Is there a way for GMA500 to have the hardware acceleration ability. I hate
Intel to totally abandon this chip.
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stevhorn
2014-02-20 11:01:43 UTC
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Thanks for a great release. I've been waiting for this for a long time.

It's working well on my Acer Aspire 5542g - 15.6" - Turion II M500 - 4 GB
RAM - 320 GB HDD.

Most of the apps I tried work - BS Player, Chrome, ES Explorer, Currents,
uTorrent, PrivateInternetAccess VPN app.

These didn't work, or had issues - MX Player, VLC Player, Splashtop Personal

I didn't try any games.

There were two issues - computer won't wake from sleep (disable this in
settings), and apps that open in portrait mode lock the screen in portrait
mode (lock screen rotation).
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Eduardo Patricio
2014-02-21 23:02:20 UTC
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Hi everyone

I've installed android-x86-4.4-RC1.iso on my MSI Wind U-100 and I'd like to
share the results.
When I first tried to boot, I'd get stuck before reaching the logo screen.
I then managed to boot on 'nomodeset' and then, after that, I rebooted
normally.
*What works well:
- Display (I've tweaked things a bit from the terminal( density 170, size
1280x800)
- Trackpad (including the scrolling keeping the finger on the corners of
the pad)
- Brightness and volume controls
- WiFi
- Audio
- USB ports
- Bluetooth (I haven't used it much though)

*What doesn't work:
- Sleep/standby: the display blacks out but the computer won't go on sleep
mode. Sometimes the screen comes back on its own, sometimes it reboots
itself.

*What I haven't tested:
- SD card reader
- Ethernet port

So far, this is the most compatible version I have tried, and I'd like to
thank everyone that helped on its development.

Thank you!


Eduardo
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Eduardo Patricio
2014-02-21 22:41:47 UTC
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Hi everyone

I've installed android-x86-4.4-RC1.iso on my MSI Wind U-100 and I'd like to
share the results.
When I first tried to boot, I'd get stuck before reaching the logo screen.
I then managed to boot on 'nomodeset' and, after that, I rebooted the
machine normally.

*What works well:
- Display (I've tweaked the resolution and density on terminal a bit - size
1280x800, density 170)
- Trackpad (including the scrolling keeping the finger on the corners of
the pad)
- Brightness and volume controls
- WiFi
- Audio
- USB ports
- Bluetooth (I haven't used it much though)

*What doesn't work:
- Sleep/standby: the display blacks out but the computer won't go on sleep
mode. Sometimes the screen comes back on its own, sometimes it reboots
itself.

*What I haven't tested:
- SD card reader
- Ethernet port

So far, this is the most compatible version I have tried, and I'd like to
thank everyone that helped on its development.

Thank you!


Eduardo
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Eduardo Patricio
2014-02-21 22:48:01 UTC
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Hi everyone

I've installed android-x86-4.4-RC1.iso on my MSI Wind U-100 and I'd like to
share the results.
When I first tried to boot, I'd get stuck before reaching the logo screen.
I then managed to boot on 'nomodeset' and then, after that, I rebooted
normally.
*What works well:
- Display (I've tweaked things a bit from the terminal( density 170, size
1280x800)
- Trackpad (including the scrolling keeping the finger on the corners of
the pad)
- Brightness and volume controls
- WiFi
- Audio
- USB ports
- Bluetooth (I haven't used it much though)

*What doesn't work:
- Sleep/standby: the display blacks out but the computer won't go on sleep
mode. Sometimes the screen comes back on its own, sometimes it reboots
itself.

*What I haven't tested:
- SD card reader
- Ethernet port

So far, this is the most compatible version I have tried, and I'd like to
thank everyone that helped on its development.

Thank you!


Eduardo
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Paul Rensing
2014-02-23 19:47:59 UTC
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Tried the Live image on a Dell XPS 12. It worked pretty well, but no touch
screen support. The touch screen does work in recent Ubuntu. Any chance
this might get support in the near future?

Paul Rensing
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See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Chih-Wei Huang
2014-02-24 08:35:22 UTC
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Post by Paul Rensing
Tried the Live image on a Dell XPS 12. It worked pretty well, but no
touch screen support. The touch screen does work in recent Ubuntu. Any
chance this might get support in the near future?

If you can find the driver patch used in Ubuntu,
I'll try to add it.
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Abdullah Salih
2014-02-24 19:29:56 UTC
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A lot of thx 4 ur great work Mr. Chih-Wei Huang. It run very nice on
my Dell Latitude XT2, but I had same problem with touch screen
support. Unfortunately there is no n-trig driver for linux
distributions as I know, but really great work.
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Paul Rensing
Tried the Live image on a Dell XPS 12. It worked pretty well, but no
touch screen support. The touch screen does work in recent Ubuntu. Any
chance this might get support in the near future?
If you can find the driver patch used in Ubuntu,
I'll try to add it.
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Greg McGee
2014-02-25 00:03:10 UTC
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Ntrig is well supported in Linux, may be in the mainline kernel.
Post by Abdullah Salih
A lot of thx 4 ur great work Mr. Chih-Wei Huang. It run very nice on
my Dell Latitude XT2, but I had same problem with touch screen
support. Unfortunately there is no n-trig driver for linux
distributions as I know, but really great work.
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Paul Rensing
Tried the Live image on a Dell XPS 12. It worked pretty well, but no
touch screen support. The touch screen does work in recent Ubuntu. Any
chance this might get support in the near future?
If you can find the driver patch used in Ubuntu,
I'll try to add it.
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2014-02-25 01:16:38 UTC
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Post by Abdullah Salih
A lot of thx 4 ur great work Mr. Chih-Wei Huang. It run very nice on
my Dell Latitude XT2, but I had same problem with touch screen
support. Unfortunately there is no n-trig driver for linux
distributions as I know, but really great work.
N-trig driver is built as a module in the 4.4-RC1 release.
You should check if the module is loaded correctly.
Try modprobe hid-ntrig
Abdullah Salih
2014-02-25 03:31:29 UTC
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Thx 4 for ur kind support, but how I check the module loading, and did
u mean to add "modprobe hid-ntrig" to the menu.lst??
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Abdullah Salih
A lot of thx 4 ur great work Mr. Chih-Wei Huang. It run very nice on
my Dell Latitude XT2, but I had same problem with touch screen
support. Unfortunately there is no n-trig driver for linux
distributions as I know, but really great work.
N-trig driver is built as a module in the 4.4-RC1 release.
You should check if the module is loaded correctly.
Try modprobe hid-ntrig
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2014-02-25 06:09:48 UTC
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you should be able to run it from the alt+f1 root teminal, an if it works,
add it to /system/etc/init.sh so it runs automagically.
Post by Abdullah Salih
Thx 4 for ur kind support, but how I check the module loading, and did
u mean to add "modprobe hid-ntrig" to the menu.lst??
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Abdullah Salih
A lot of thx 4 ur great work Mr. Chih-Wei Huang. It run very nice on
my Dell Latitude XT2, but I had same problem with touch screen
support. Unfortunately there is no n-trig driver for linux
distributions as I know, but really great work.
N-trig driver is built as a module in the 4.4-RC1 release.
You should check if the module is loaded correctly.
Try modprobe hid-ntrig
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2014-02-25 19:52:56 UTC
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Thx Greg McGee 4 ur kind replay. I start root terminal by pressing
Alt+F1 ==> then I wrote modprobe hid-ntrig ==> no luck as the result
was (modprobe: not found). So what is the next step pls.
Post by Greg McGee
you should be able to run it from the alt+f1 root teminal, an if it works,
add it to /system/etc/init.sh so it runs automagically.
On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 9:31 PM, Abdullah Salih
Post by Abdullah Salih
Thx 4 for ur kind support, but how I check the module loading, and did
u mean to add "modprobe hid-ntrig" to the menu.lst??
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Abdullah Salih
A lot of thx 4 ur great work Mr. Chih-Wei Huang. It run very nice on
my Dell Latitude XT2, but I had same problem with touch screen
support. Unfortunately there is no n-trig driver for linux
distributions as I know, but really great work.
N-trig driver is built as a module in the 4.4-RC1 release.
You should check if the module is loaded correctly.
Try modprobe hid-ntrig
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Abdullah Salih
2014-02-25 23:13:58 UTC
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I think the error bcoz i change screen resolution to vesa. when I
restore the original setting the error disappear and new command line
appear as b4 writing the command modprobe hid-ntrig. However, I after
adding it to the last line of init.sh and restart no touch support
work. Pls advice me
Post by Abdullah Salih
Thx Greg McGee 4 ur kind replay. I start root terminal by pressing
Alt+F1 ==> then I wrote modprobe hid-ntrig ==> no luck as the result
was (modprobe: not found). So what is the next step pls.
Post by Greg McGee
you should be able to run it from the alt+f1 root teminal, an if it works,
add it to /system/etc/init.sh so it runs automagically.
On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 9:31 PM, Abdullah Salih
Post by Abdullah Salih
Thx 4 for ur kind support, but how I check the module loading, and did
u mean to add "modprobe hid-ntrig" to the menu.lst??
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Abdullah Salih
A lot of thx 4 ur great work Mr. Chih-Wei Huang. It run very nice on
my Dell Latitude XT2, but I had same problem with touch screen
support. Unfortunately there is no n-trig driver for linux
distributions as I know, but really great work.
N-trig driver is built as a module in the 4.4-RC1 release.
You should check if the module is loaded correctly.
Try modprobe hid-ntrig
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Chih-Wei Huang
2014-02-26 01:13:40 UTC
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Post by Abdullah Salih
I think the error bcoz i change screen resolution to vesa. when I
restore the original setting the error disappear and new command line
appear as b4 writing the command modprobe hid-ntrig. However, I after
adding it to the last line of init.sh and restart no touch support
work. Pls advice me
First, you have to make sure hid-ntrig is the driver
you need and it's loaded correctly.

If it said modprobe: not found, try
busybox modprobe hid-ntrig
then
lsmod
to check if the module is loaded.
(If you switch to console by Alt-F1, use Alt-F7
to switch back to graphic mode. If it doesn't work,
try the command:
stop; start
to restart the graphic mode.
Then check if touch works.

If not, you're not lucky.
Go back to ubuntu to figure out
what driver it uses.
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Abdullah Salih
2014-02-26 04:12:02 UTC
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Result of: modprobe hid-ntrig, lsmod, dmesg from Terminal emu:
***@x86:/ $ su
***@x86:/ # modprobe hid-ntrig
234|***@x86:/ # lsmod
/proc/modules: No such file or directory
1|***@x86:/ # dmesg
<6>[ 681.420192] binder: 2943:2943 transaction failed 29189, size 92-0
<6>[ 681.420246] binder: 2943:2943 transaction failed 29189, size 92-0
<6>[ 681.420301] binder: 2943:2943 transaction failed 29189, size 92-0
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Post by Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Abdullah Salih
I think the error bcoz i change screen resolution to vesa. when I
restore the original setting the error disappear and new command line
appear as b4 writing the command modprobe hid-ntrig. However, I after
adding it to the last line of init.sh and restart no touch support
work. Pls advice me
First, you have to make sure hid-ntrig is the driver
you need and it's loaded correctly.
If it said modprobe: not found, try
busybox modprobe hid-ntrig
then
lsmod
to check if the module is loaded.
(If you switch to console by Alt-F1, use Alt-F7
to switch back to graphic mode. If it doesn't work,
stop; start
to restart the graphic mode.
Then check if touch works.
If not, you're not lucky.
Go back to ubuntu to figure out
what driver it uses.
(show us the output of dmesg & lsmod)
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2014-02-26 04:18:49 UTC
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You didn't succeed to run these commands.
Use
busybox modprobe hid-ntrig
Post by Abdullah Salih
/proc/modules: No such file or directory
busybox lsmod
Abdullah Salih
2014-02-26 04:32:32 UTC
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***@x86:/ $ su
***@x86:/ # busybox modprobe hid-ntrig
***@x86:/ # busybox lsmod
Module Size Used by Tainted: P
wl 3980569 0
ipw2200 109790 0
libipw 20960 1 ipw2200
binfmt_misc 4919 1
vivi 11158 0
videobuf2_vmalloc 2588 1 vivi
videobuf2_memops 2142 1 videobuf2_vmalloc
videobuf2_core 23165 1 vivi
mac_hid 2709 0
kvm_intel 114789 0
kvm 286280 1 kvm_intel
hid_ntrig 7060 0
pppoe 6550 0
dell_wmi 1253 0
sparse_keymap 3016 1 dell_wmi
option 27173 0
usb_wwan 8664 1 option
usbserial 29493 2 option,usb_wwan
atkbd 14352 0
pcspkr 1374 0
lib80211_crypt_tkip 7223 0
lib80211 3716 4 wl,ipw2200,libipw,lib80211_crypt_tkip
cfg80211 338405 3 wl,ipw2200,libipw
pcmcia 40471 0
yenta_socket 25684 0
pcmcia_rsrc 8359 1 yenta_socket
pcmcia_core 14484 3 pcmcia,yenta_socket,pcmcia_rsrc
i2c_i801 9381 0
shpchp 19472 0
snd_hda_codec_idt 32922 1
snd_hda_intel 27267 0
snd_hda_codec 123262 2 snd_hda_codec_idt,snd_hda_intel
snd_hwdep 4213 1 snd_hda_codec
snd_pcm 61301 2 snd_hda_intel,snd_hda_codec
snd_page_alloc 6370 2 snd_hda_intel,snd_pcm
snd_timer 14205 1 snd_pcm
e1000e 177791 0
ptp 6380 1 e1000e
pps_core 7826 1 ptp
i915 455031 13
drm_kms_helper 26920 1 i915
drm 200396 14 i915,drm_kms_helper
wmi 7214 1 dell_wmi
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
You didn't succeed to run these commands.
Use
busybox modprobe hid-ntrig
Post by Abdullah Salih
/proc/modules: No such file or directory
busybox lsmod
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Post by Abdullah Salih
Module Size Used by Tainted: P
wl 3980569 0
ipw2200 109790 0
libipw 20960 1 ipw2200
binfmt_misc 4919 1
vivi 11158 0
videobuf2_vmalloc 2588 1 vivi
videobuf2_memops 2142 1 videobuf2_vmalloc
videobuf2_core 23165 1 vivi
mac_hid 2709 0
kvm_intel 114789 0
kvm 286280 1 kvm_intel
hid_ntrig 7060 0
Fine. It loaded. (seems it's already loaded automatically)
Then does the touch work?
Abdullah Salih
2014-02-26 07:05:40 UTC
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No sir, no touch working
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
Post by Abdullah Salih
Module Size Used by Tainted: P
wl 3980569 0
ipw2200 109790 0
libipw 20960 1 ipw2200
binfmt_misc 4919 1
vivi 11158 0
videobuf2_vmalloc 2588 1 vivi
videobuf2_memops 2142 1 videobuf2_vmalloc
videobuf2_core 23165 1 vivi
mac_hid 2709 0
kvm_intel 114789 0
kvm 286280 1 kvm_intel
hid_ntrig 7060 0
Fine. It loaded. (seems it's already loaded automatically)
Then does the touch work?
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2014-02-26 07:31:51 UTC
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No sir, no touch working
Then I have said, you have to check what driver
that ubuntu uses and port it to android-x86.
Abdullah Salih
2014-02-26 09:11:38 UTC
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thx 4 ur kind help sir, I will check it
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Post by Abdullah Salih
No sir, no touch working
Then I have said, you have to check what driver
that ubuntu uses and port it to android-x86.
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Christopher attwood-thomas
2014-08-10 11:01:07 UTC
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Hi , i can get the touchscreen to work on my xps12 I am running 4.4 rc1 latest release. Any ideas ?

Thanks for your hard work


Chris
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2014-08-13 03:45:21 UTC
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What kind of touchscreen does an XPS12 have?


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Hi , i can get the touchscreen to work on my xps12 I am running 4.4 rc1
latest release. Any ideas ?
Thanks for your hard work
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Gautier Mathon
2015-01-30 09:36:56 UTC
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Hi,

This post is quite old, but I have some good news !
With the new Android x86 4.4-r2 release, (almost) everything works out of
the box on Dell XPS 12 ! Multi touch screen, WiFi, Bluetooth, screen
rotation... Congratulations to the Android x86 team, this release is so
great that it can be used daily.
There is only one problem : when you tilt the screen (tablet mode), the
touchpad is still enabled, so it interferes with the touchscreen (I thought
it would be disabled at the hardware level, as the keyboard is). And the
touchpad is regognized as a screen and not as a pointer.

Gautier
Post by Paul Rensing
Tried the Live image on a Dell XPS 12. It worked pretty well, but no touch
screen support. The touch screen does work in recent Ubuntu. Any chance
this might get support in the near future?
Paul Rensing
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Mark Wagie
2014-02-25 04:41:12 UTC
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Everything is working great & overall performance is much better than
4.0_r1 on my ASUS EeePC 1005HAB. However, the camera force closes. It
worked using 4.0_r1. I captured a logcat with Syslog, here's the
output: https://www.dropbox.com/s/8ncvo92ouudy3ri/2014-02-24_14.36.zip
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After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
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http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Richard Savijn
2014-02-25 22:59:58 UTC
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Hi,

I'm very happy with 4.4.. However I run my androids on a hyper-V platform.
4.2 had I minor bug that I fixed with a post from someone else because it
didn't loaded the appropriate HV modules. After that 4.2 runs like a charm
on hyper-v.

4.3 and now 4.4 directly installs without modifications on hyper-v however
performance is degraded .
I looked further in to that and found out that the kernel drivers module in
the folder HV called hv_utils and HV_VMBUS no longer exists in 4.3 and 4.4.
This is the exact reason why performance is degraded on hyper_v and mouse
integration disk integration (snapshots) etc.. is no longer functioning.

I'm looking for some help to get the correct modules in 4.4 working so you
would have a great x86 virtualization support for 4.4 as well ...
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http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Chloevarian
2014-02-26 07:52:37 UTC
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Tested on Acer Aspire E1 - 471G, almost everythings works, i'm using
camera360 to make camera can capturing, but my wifi is still a problem, i
can connect (with several tries of obtaining IP address) but then after few
seconds the connections is break, still connected to wifi but no internet
access, and the MAC address says "unavailable" it's not a really big deal
actually, at least i can use joypad to play N.O.V.A XD
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Maman Sulaeman
2014-02-27 18:30:44 UTC
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Dear All

Tested on Netbook Toshiba NB520

VGA - Work
TouchPad - Work
Keyboard - Work
WIfi - Work
LAN - Work
WakeUp - Work
Sound - Work
Sleep - Not Work


Tested on Notebook Lenovo G70

VGA - Work
TouchPad - Work
Keyboard - Work
WIfi - Work
LAN - Work
WakeUp - Work
Sound - Work
Sleep - Not Work


Tested on Notebook Compaq Presario V3636TU

VGA - Work
Touch - Work
Keyboard - Work
WIfi - Work
LAN - Work
WakeUp - Work
Sleep - Not Work
Sound - Not Work - HDA-Intel Conexant CX20549 (Venice)

lspci -mk
00:1b.0 "Class 0403" "8086" "284b" "103c" "30cd" "snd_hda_intel"

Thanks


Best Regards

MAMAN SULAEMAN
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SumaroUno The 4th
2014-03-02 09:26:53 UTC
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On my laptop (Compaq CQ42 intel Processor), everything running well.
Camera, wi-fi, sound, I will test to play video later. The only make me
annoyed is I can't copy file to intenal storage (sdcard legacy), while I'm
copying a file it's noticed me "Not enough space". In system setting my
free space is 8Gb. But tq very much for your great job. I will report more
later.
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Cristian Gonzalez
2014-03-19 05:19:26 UTC
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On my Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 14 is running fine, the touchscreen working perfect, audio, video....

Hard to boot sometimes it boots, sometimes not.

When it hangs on kernel boot it show 2 different messages

1.Switching to clocksource tsc (then hangs)
2.VFS: could not find a valid V7 on sda1 (sda4, sda5 sda6 sda7 sda8, and loops on this)

I managed to boot by shut it down a couple of seconds, then boot, if it fail,try again, thats the most anoying issue.

This notebook have an light sensor but android cant use it.

No Netflix :( , fast as a hell i got 36539 points on antutu!

This is working great, best than the win8 monster!

Im writing this on the notebook with android ;)
Cristian Gonzalez
2014-03-19 05:19:27 UTC
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On my Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 14 is running fine, the touchscreen working perfect, audio, video....

Hard to boot sometimes it boots, sometimes not.

When it hangs on kernel boot it show 2 different messages

1.Switching to clocksource tsc (then hangs)
2.VFS: could not find a valid V7 on sda1 (sda4, sda5 sda6 sda7 sda8, and loops on this)

I managed to boot by shut it down a couple of seconds, then boot, if it fail,try again, thats the most anoying issue.

This notebook have an light sensor but android cant use it.

No Netflix :( , fast as a hell i got 36539 points on antutu!

This is working great, best than the win8 monster!

Im writing this on the notebook with android ;)
Cristian Gonzalez
2014-03-19 05:19:27 UTC
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On my Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 14 is running fine, the touchscreen working perfect, audio, video....

Hard to boot sometimes it boots, sometimes not.

When it hangs on kernel boot it show 2 different messages

1.Switching to clocksource tsc (then hangs)
2.VFS: could not find a valid V7 on sda1 (sda4, sda5 sda6 sda7 sda8, and loops on this)

I managed to boot by shut it down a couple of seconds, then boot, if it fail,try again, thats the most anoying issue.

This notebook have an light sensor but android cant use it.

No Netflix :( , fast as a hell i got 36539 points on antutu!

This is working great, best than the win8 monster!

Im writing this on the notebook with android ;)
Ilham Fitrahriansyah
2014-04-16 06:48:56 UTC
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2014-04-17 04:05:04 UTC
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What problem are you having? We'll need more information than "problem
booting."


On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 12:48 AM, Ilham Fitrahriansyah <
problem for booting androidx86 4.4 rc1 please solusion
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Mario Ray Mahardhika
2014-04-19 13:45:31 UTC
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Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP Pavilion
14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to use) I
already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account manager
stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one, another
will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
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See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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2014-04-22 23:43:44 UTC
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HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic on
linux/android...

check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP Pavilion
14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to use) I
already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account manager
stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one, another
will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic on
linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the integrated
intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to be active,
which I don't expect to.

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HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic on
linux/android...
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP Pavilion
14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to use) I
already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account manager
stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one, another
will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1, a
candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public. See the release
note for details. >>
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1 >>
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2014-04-23 03:52:47 UTC
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows the NVIDIA
card.....

so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I thought an
optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a discrete GPU
automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or
something??

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Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic on
linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the integrated
intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to be active,
which I don't expect to.
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HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic on
linux/android...
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP
Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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Mario Ray Mahardhika
2014-04-23 03:57:58 UTC
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I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a
discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??

It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented by my
notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows the NVIDIA
card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I thought an
optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a discrete GPU
automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
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Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic on
linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the integrated
intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to be active,
which I don't expect to.
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NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic on
linux/android...
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Post by dscm
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP
Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
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release note for details. >>>>
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2014-04-23 04:35:42 UTC
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have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics
and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented by my
notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
runs the program.
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows the
NVIDIA card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I thought an
optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a discrete GPU
automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic
on linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the integrated
intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to be active,
which I don't expect to.
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Post by dscm
HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic on
linux/android...
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP
Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
nope, I'll try tonight

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have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics >
and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented by my
notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
runs the program.
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows the
NVIDIA card.....
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I thought
an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a discrete
GPU automatically....as mostly
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or
something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic
on linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the integrated
intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to be active,
which I don't expect to.
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HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic on
linux/android...
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by dscm
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP
Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
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After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the
4.4-RC1, a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public. See
the release note for details. >>>>>>
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Mario Ray Mahardhika
2014-04-23 16:50:31 UTC
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hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's nothing wrong
with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).

attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what happens.

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have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
nope, I'll try tonight
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have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
Post by dscm
I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics
and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
Post by dscm
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or
something??
Post by dscm
Post by dscm
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented by
my notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
runs the program.
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows the
NVIDIA card.....
Post by dscm
Post by dscm
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I thought
an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a discrete
GPU automatically....as mostly
Post by dscm
Post by dscm
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or
something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
Post by dscm
Post by dscm
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic
on linux/android...
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the
integrated intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to
be active, which I don't expect to.
Post by dscm
Post by dscm
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
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HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic
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Post by dscm
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by dscm
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
On Saturday, April 19, 2014 9:45:31 AM UTC-4, Mario Ray Mahardhika
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP
Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
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the release note for details. >>>>>>
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searching these forums shows that when your screen goes black it is usually
graphics problems / graphics driver problems....

check documents....


http://www.android-x86.org/documents/how-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard
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hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's nothing
wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what happens.
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have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when
booting??
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have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated
graphics and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented by
my notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
runs the program.
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows the
NVIDIA card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I thought
an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a discrete
GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the
integrated intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to
be active, which I don't expect to.
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Post by dscm
HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic
on linux/android...
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP
Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
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After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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2014-04-24 00:05:56 UTC
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Did you see the attachment? It's not a black screen problem
Post by rbg
searching these forums shows that when your screen goes black it is
usually graphics problems / graphics driver problems....
check documents....
http://www.android-x86.org/documents/how-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.android-x86.org%2Fdocuments%2Fhow-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNER8StZLNYDpLJC4pHHEABjWMi9fA>
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's nothing
wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what happens.
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Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when
booting??
nope, I'll try tonight
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Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated
graphics and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented by
my notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
runs the program.
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows the
NVIDIA card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I
thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a
discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the
integrated intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to
be active, which I don't expect to.
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Post by dscm
HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic
on linux/android...
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP
Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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rbg
2014-04-24 02:08:08 UTC
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nope missed those...only read your write up where you said...

"The screen is then black with only unusable back button at the bottom. I
can't go"

and saw where someone said nvidia was involved and don't think android-x86
has ever supported nvidia....

maybe you should use debug mode and remove quiet and see what the kernel is
telling you.....

maybe something like can't load nvidia driver....because it's not available
in android-x86 kernel....

the attachment appear like stuff just isn't running correctly....
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Did you see the attachment? It's not a black screen problem
Post by rbg
searching these forums shows that when your screen goes black it is
usually graphics problems / graphics driver problems....
check documents....
http://www.android-x86.org/documents/how-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.android-x86.org%2Fdocuments%2Fhow-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNER8StZLNYDpLJC4pHHEABjWMi9fA>
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's nothing
wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what happens.
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Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when
booting??
nope, I'll try tonight
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Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated
graphics and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented by
my notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
runs the program.
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows the
NVIDIA card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I
thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a
discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the
integrated intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to
be active, which I don't expect to.
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Post by dscm
HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are problematic
on linux/android...
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP
Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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I'll check kernel logs, but I doubt nvidia is involved since it can't be active

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Post by rbg
nope missed those...only read your write up where you said...
"The screen is then black with only unusable back button at the bottom. I
can't go"
and saw where someone said nvidia was involved and don't think android-x86
has ever supported nvidia....
maybe you should use debug mode and remove quiet and see what the kernel is
telling you.....
maybe something like can't load nvidia driver....because it's not available
in android-x86 kernel....
the attachment appear like stuff just isn't running correctly....
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Did you see the attachment? It's not a black screen problem
Post by rbg
searching these forums shows that when your screen goes black it is
usually graphics problems / graphics driver problems....
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
check documents....
http://www.android-x86.org/documents/how-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.android-x86.org%2Fdocuments%2Fhow-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNER8StZLNYDpLJC4pHHEABjWMi9fA>
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Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's nothing
wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what happens.
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On April 23, 2014 11:48:30 AM Mario Ray Mahardhika
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Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when
booting??
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have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when
booting?? >>>>>
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I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated
graphics and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or
something??
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by dscm
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented
by my notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
runs the program.
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows
the NVIDIA card.....
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Post by dscm
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I
thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a
discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
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Post by dscm
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or
something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
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On Tuesday, April 22, 2014 11:21:39 PM UTC-4, Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are >>>>>>>>
problematic on linux/android...
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But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the
integrated intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to
be active, which I don't expect to.
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NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
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Post by rbg
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Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
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check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
On Saturday, April 19, 2014 9:45:31 AM UTC-4, Mario Ray
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my HP
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use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
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configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
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rbg
2014-04-24 06:12:27 UTC
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in that case it maybe the same i-5 video others have faced here....re:


https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/android-x86/i-5$20video/android-x86/a7-WVfrtNts/pllER7HlC4YJ


https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/android-x86/ivybridge/android-x86/y_SGAUg5Gi0/Iwxb9iXJQSoJ
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
I'll check kernel logs, but I doubt nvidia is involved since it can't be active
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Post by rbg
nope missed those...only read your write up where you said...
"The screen is then black with only unusable back button at the bottom. I
can't go"
and saw where someone said nvidia was involved and don't think
android-x86 has ever supported nvidia....
maybe you should use debug mode and remove quiet and see what the kernel
is telling you.....
maybe something like can't load nvidia driver....because it's not
available in android-x86 kernel....
the attachment appear like stuff just isn't running correctly....
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Did you see the attachment? It's not a black screen problem
Post by rbg
searching these forums shows that when your screen goes black it is
usually graphics problems / graphics driver problems....
check documents....
http://www.android-x86.org/documents/how-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.android-x86.org%2Fdocuments%2Fhow-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNER8StZLNYDpLJC4pHHEABjWMi9fA>
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's nothing
wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what happens.
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Post by dscm
Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when
booting??
nope, I'll try tonight
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Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated
graphics and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented
by my notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
runs the program.
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows
the NVIDIA card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I
thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a
discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or
something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the
integrated intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to
be active, which I don't expect to.
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Post by dscm
HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
On Saturday, April 19, 2014 9:45:31 AM UTC-4, Mario Ray
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my
HP Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
On Saturday, February 15, 2014 12:53:52 AM UTC+7, Chih-Wei
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the
4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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rbg
2014-04-24 06:15:58 UTC
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in that case it maybe the same i-5 video others have faced here....re:


https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/android-x86/i-5$20video/android-x86/a7-WVfrtNts/pllER7HlC4YJ


https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/android-x86/ivybridge/android-x86/y_SGAUg5Gi0/Iwxb9iXJQSoJ

I think it should be the i965 driver that should be loaded and there maybe
issues with it and mesa/etc.
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
I'll check kernel logs, but I doubt nvidia is involved since it can't be active
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Post by rbg
nope missed those...only read your write up where you said...
"The screen is then black with only unusable back button at the bottom. I
can't go"
and saw where someone said nvidia was involved and don't think
android-x86 has ever supported nvidia....
maybe you should use debug mode and remove quiet and see what the kernel
is telling you.....
maybe something like can't load nvidia driver....because it's not
available in android-x86 kernel....
the attachment appear like stuff just isn't running correctly....
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Did you see the attachment? It's not a black screen problem
Post by rbg
searching these forums shows that when your screen goes black it is
usually graphics problems / graphics driver problems....
check documents....
http://www.android-x86.org/documents/how-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.android-x86.org%2Fdocuments%2Fhow-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNER8StZLNYDpLJC4pHHEABjWMi9fA>
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's nothing
wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what happens.
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On April 23, 2014 11:48:30 AM Mario Ray Mahardhika <
Post by dscm
Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when
booting??
nope, I'll try tonight
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Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated
graphics and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or something??
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented
by my notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
runs the program.
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows
the NVIDIA card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I
thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics and a
discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or
something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the
integrated intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly asked to
be active, which I don't expect to.
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Post by dscm
HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
On Saturday, April 19, 2014 9:45:31 AM UTC-4, Mario Ray
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my
HP Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home) since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
On Saturday, February 15, 2014 12:53:52 AM UTC+7, Chih-Wei
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the
4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
Enjoy it and Happy Valentine's Day!
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Mario Ray Mahardhika
2014-04-24 16:16:32 UTC
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OK, kernel logs (without quiet) shows a lot, but nothing seems related
(everything runs too fast for my eyes to see). Instead, logcat who shows some
informative output. All the intents started received SIGILL signal with exact
same stacktrace. The top level cause is something in the logging library.
Post by rbg
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/android-x86/i-5$20video/android-x
86/a7-WVfrtNts/pllER7HlC4YJ
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/android-x86/ivybridge/android-x86
/y_SGAUg5Gi0/Iwxb9iXJQSoJ
I think it should be the i965 driver that should be loaded and there maybe
issues with it and mesa/etc.
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
I'll check kernel logs, but I doubt nvidia is involved since it can't be
active
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Post by rbg
nope missed those...only read your write up where you said...
"The screen is then black with only unusable back button at the bottom. I
can't go"
and saw where someone said nvidia was involved and don't think
android-x86 has ever supported nvidia....
maybe you should use debug mode and remove quiet and see what the kernel
is telling you.....
maybe something like can't load nvidia driver....because it's not
available in android-x86 kernel....
the attachment appear like stuff just isn't running correctly....
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Did you see the attachment? It's not a black screen problem
Post by rbg
searching these forums shows that when your screen goes black it is
usually graphics problems / graphics driver problems....
check documents....
http://www.android-x86.org/documents/how-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-c
d-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard<http://www.google.com/ur
l?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.android-x86.org%2Fdocuments%2Fhow-to-boot-the-andr
oid-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard&sa=D&sntz=
1&usg=AFQjCNER8StZLNYDpLJC4pHHEABjWMi9fA>
On Wednesday, April 23, 2014 12:50:31 PM UTC-4, Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's nothing
wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what happens.
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On April 23, 2014 11:48:30 AM Mario Ray Mahardhika <
Post by dscm
Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when
booting??
nope, I'll try tonight
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Post by dscm
have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when booting??
On Tuesday, April 22, 2014 11:57:58 PM UTC-4, Mario Ray Mahardhika
I thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated
graphics and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or
something??
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as implemented
by my notebook) so the switching can only be done at software level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows. On
Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing requests and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel HD that
runs the program.
Sent with AquaMail for Android
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device shows
the NVIDIA card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not enabled....I
thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated graphics
and a
discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through bios or
something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_
task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
On Tuesday, April 22, 2014 11:21:39 PM UTC-4, Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by dscm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the
integrated intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless explicitly
asked to
be active, which I don't expect to.
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Post by dscm
HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
On Saturday, April 19, 2014 9:45:31 AM UTC-4, Mario Ray
Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my
HP Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog asking for
language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc. including
google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times. After I
close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run stops
after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at home)
since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then
black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
On Saturday, February 15, 2014 12:53:52 AM UTC+7, Chih-Wei
Post by Chih-Wei Huang
After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the
4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
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2014-04-24 18:32:11 UTC
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surely if you provide the lsmod / logcat outputs from the debug(no quiet)
mode
others here can help assertain what you issue maybe....
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
OK, kernel logs (without quiet) shows a lot, but nothing seems related
(everything runs too fast for my eyes to see). Instead, logcat who shows some
informative output. All the intents started received SIGILL signal with exact
same stacktrace. The top level cause is something in the logging library.
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/android-x86/i-5$20video/android-x
Post by rbg
86/a7-WVfrtNts/pllER7HlC4YJ
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/android-x86/ivybridge/android-x86
Post by rbg
/y_SGAUg5Gi0/Iwxb9iXJQSoJ
I think it should be the i965 driver that should be loaded and there
maybe
Post by rbg
issues with it and mesa/etc.
On Wednesday, April 23, 2014 11:30:05 PM UTC-4, Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
I'll check kernel logs, but I doubt nvidia is involved since it can't
be
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
active
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Post by rbg
nope missed those...only read your write up where you said...
"The screen is then black with only unusable back button at the
bottom. I
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
can't go"
and saw where someone said nvidia was involved and don't think
android-x86 has ever supported nvidia....
maybe you should use debug mode and remove quiet and see what the
kernel
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
is telling you.....
maybe something like can't load nvidia driver....because it's not
available in android-x86 kernel....
the attachment appear like stuff just isn't running correctly....
On Wednesday, April 23, 2014 8:05:56 PM UTC-4, Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Did you see the attachment? It's not a black screen problem
Post by rbg
searching these forums shows that when your screen goes black it is
usually graphics problems / graphics driver problems....
check documents....
http://www.android-x86.org/documents/how-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-c
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
d-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard<
http://www.google.com/ur
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
l?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.android-x86.org%2Fdocuments%2Fhow-to-boot-the-andr
oid-x86-live-cd-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard&sa=D&sntz=
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
1&usg=AFQjCNER8StZLNYDpLJC4pHHEABjWMi9fA>
On Wednesday, April 23, 2014 12:50:31 PM UTC-4, Mario Ray
Mahardhika
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's
nothing
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what
happens.
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
Post by Mario Ray Mahardhika
Post by rbg
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have you tried it with hwaccel=0 nomodeset on command line when
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something??
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as
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by my notebook) so the switching can only be done at software
level. The
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and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always Intel
HD
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device
shows
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something??
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NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
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But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the
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asked to
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close one,
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after wifi
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since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is then
black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
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surely if you provide the lsmod / logcat outputs from the debug(no quiet) mode
others here can help assertain what you issue maybe....

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OK, kernel logs (without quiet) shows a lot, but nothing seems related
(everything runs too fast for my eyes to see). Instead, logcat who shows
some informative output. All the intents started received SIGILL signal
with exact same stacktrace. The top level cause is something in the logging
library. >
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On Wednesday 23 April 2014 23:15:58 rbg wrote: > in that case it maybe
the same i-5 video others have faced here....re: > > >
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I'll check kernel logs, but I doubt nvidia is involved since it can't be
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those...only read your write up where you said... > >> > >> "The screen is
then black with only unusable back button at the bottom. I > >> can't go" >
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and saw where someone said nvidia was involved and don't think > >>
android-x86 has ever supported nvidia.... > >> > >> maybe you should use
debug mode and remove quiet and see what the kernel > >> is telling
you..... > >> > >> maybe something like can't load nvidia driver....because
it's not > >> available in android-x86 kernel.... > >> > >> the attachment
appear like stuff just isn't running correctly.... > >> > >> On Wednesday,
April 23, 2014 8:05:56 PM UTC-4, Mario Ray Mahardhika wrote: > >>> Did you
see the attachment? It's not a black screen problem > >>> > >>> On
Thursday, April 24, 2014 1:43:51 AM UTC+7, rbg wrote: > >>>> searching
these forums shows that when your screen goes black it is > >>>> usually
graphics problems / graphics driver problems.... > >>>> > >>>> check
documents.... > >>>> > >>>> > >>>>
http://www.android-x86.org/documents/how-to-boot-the-android-x86-live-c >
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It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as
implemented > >>>>>>>> by my notebook) so the switching can only be done at
software > >>>>>>>> level. The > >>>>>>>> automatic switching based on load
ATM only works on Windows. On > >>>>>>>> Linux, the > >>>>>>>> switching
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"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing
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Without it, it's always Intel HD > >>>>>>>> that > >>>>>>>> runs the
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Installation goes smooth on my desktop PC, but it's not on my
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close one, > >>>>>>>>>>>> another will come in a moment.
Simply put, the first run stops > >>>>>>>>>>>> after wifi > >>>>>>>>>>>>
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in debug mode I think log output is at /data/log*.txt.....or somewhere like
that...

as for lsmod just pipe to a file...then post both to a msg here

you can look it all up...or pictures if you want sometimes that's all that
people can get...
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OK, kernel logs (without quiet) shows a lot, but nothing seems related
(everything runs too fast for my eyes to see). Instead, logcat who shows some
informative output. All the intents started received SIGILL signal with exact
same stacktrace. The top level cause is something in the logging library.
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I think it should be the i965 driver that should be loaded and there
maybe
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issues with it and mesa/etc.
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I'll check kernel logs, but I doubt nvidia is involved since it
can't be
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nope missed those...only read your write up where you said...
"The screen is then black with only unusable back button at the
bottom. I
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can't go"
and saw where someone said nvidia was involved and don't think
android-x86 has ever supported nvidia....
maybe you should use debug mode and remove quiet and see what the
kernel
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is telling you.....
maybe something like can't load nvidia driver....because it's not
available in android-x86 kernel....
the attachment appear like stuff just isn't running correctly....
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Did you see the attachment? It's not a black screen problem
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searching these forums shows that when your screen goes black it
is
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usually graphics problems / graphics driver problems....
check documents....
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hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's
nothing
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wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what
happens.
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when
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booting??
nope, I'll try tonight
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booting??
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I thought an optimus system transitioned between
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graphics and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through
bios or
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something??
It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as
implemented
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by my notebook) so the switching can only be done at software
level. The
automatic switching based on load ATM only works on Windows.
On
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Linux, the
switching must be done manually by running programs through a
specialized
"runner" (from Bumblebee project) which scans for drawing
requests
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and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always
Intel HD
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device
shows
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the NVIDIA card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not
enabled....I
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thought an optimus system transitioned between integrated
graphics
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and a
discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
a battery saving feature....so how is it disabled through
bios or
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something??
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03953820&tmp_
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task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5448940
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NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
But it's an optimus system, the default graphic card is the
integrated intel HD. NVIDIA will stay inactive unless
explicitly
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asked to
be active, which I don't expect to.
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HP Pavilion 14-n038tx
NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M maybe the issue.....drivers are
problematic on linux/android...
check these forums for others with NVIDIA issues/solutions
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on my
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HP Pavilion 14-n038tx. On the first run (that dialog
asking for
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language to
use) I already get download manager, clock, etc.
including
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google account
manager stops. And the popup appears a couple of times.
After I
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close one,
another will come in a moment. Simply put, the first run
stops
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after wifi
configuration (which I skip because I don't have one at
home)
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since the
next AFAIR is google account connection. The screen is
then
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black with only
unusable back button at the bottom. I can't go further.
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4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the
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correction...
pictures if you want sometimes that's all that people can get...
problem being is pictures don't show the full information...and what's
important may not be obvious....
in debug mode I think log output is at /data/log*.txt.....or somewhere
like that...
as for lsmod just pipe to a file...then post both to a msg here
you can look it all up...or pictures if you want sometimes that's all that
people can get...
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surely if you provide the lsmod / logcat outputs from the debug(no
quiet) mode
others here can help assertain what you issue maybe....
I want to, but taking pictures is cumbersome. Where are my other
partitions mounted? I saw in the kernel message all found partitions are
mounted
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surely if you provide the lsmod / logcat outputs from the debug(no quiet) mode
others here can help assertain what you issue maybe....
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OK, kernel logs (without quiet) shows a lot, but nothing seems related
(everything runs too fast for my eyes to see). Instead, logcat who shows some
informative output. All the intents started received SIGILL signal with exact
same stacktrace. The top level cause is something in the logging library.
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in that case it maybe the same i-5 video others have faced
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/android-x86/i-5$20video/android-x
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I think it should be the i965 driver that should be loaded and there
maybe
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issues with it and mesa/etc.
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I'll check kernel logs, but I doubt nvidia is involved since it
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nope missed those...only read your write up where you said...
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can't go"
and saw where someone said nvidia was involved and don't think
android-x86 has ever supported nvidia....
maybe you should use debug mode and remove quiet and see what the
kernel
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is telling you.....
maybe something like can't load nvidia driver....because it's not
available in android-x86 kernel....
the attachment appear like stuff just isn't running correctly....
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Did you see the attachment? It's not a black screen problem
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usually graphics problems / graphics driver problems....
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hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's
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wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what
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booting??
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something??
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by my notebook) so the switching can only be done at
software
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level. The
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On
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Linux, the
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a
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specialized
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and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always
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aha...you didn't mention that and the specs for the device
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the NVIDIA card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not
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Sorry for the late reply, my system got broken a little.

Attached is /data/log.txt that I can get. lsmod only gives:

/proc/modules: No such file or directory
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correction...
pictures if you want sometimes that's all that people can get...
problem being is pictures don't show the full information...and what's
important may not be obvious....
in debug mode I think log output is at /data/log*.txt.....or somewhere
like that...
as for lsmod just pipe to a file...then post both to a msg here
you can look it all up...or pictures if you want sometimes that's all that
people can get...
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surely if you provide the lsmod / logcat outputs from the debug(no
quiet) mode
others here can help assertain what you issue maybe....
I want to, but taking pictures is cumbersome. Where are my other
partitions mounted? I saw in the kernel message all found partitions are
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surely if you provide the lsmod / logcat outputs from the debug(no quiet) mode
others here can help assertain what you issue maybe....
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OK, kernel logs (without quiet) shows a lot, but nothing seems related
(everything runs too fast for my eyes to see). Instead, logcat who shows some
informative output. All the intents started received SIGILL signal with exact
same stacktrace. The top level cause is something in the logging library.
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in that case it maybe the same i-5 video others have faced
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/android-x86/i-5$20video/andr
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I think it should be the i965 driver that should be loaded and there
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issues with it and mesa/etc.
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I'll check kernel logs, but I doubt nvidia is involved since it
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nope missed those...only read your write up where you said...
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can't go"
and saw where someone said nvidia was involved and don't think
android-x86 has ever supported nvidia....
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is telling you.....
maybe something like can't load nvidia driver....because it's not
available in android-x86 kernel....
the attachment appear like stuff just isn't running correctly....
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usually graphics problems / graphics driver problems....
check documents....
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d-when-you-have-problems-with-your-graphiccard<
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hwaccel=0 nomodeset gives no difference. after all, there's
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wrong with the graphics (why wouldn't I think about it?).
attached are the photos of my notebook screen describing what
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booting??
nope, I'll try tonight
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I thought an optimus system transitioned between
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graphics and a discrete GPU automatically....as mostly
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It was. BIOS setting is no longer part of the spec (as
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by my notebook) so the switching can only be done at
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level. The
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specialized
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and
redirect them to the NVIDIA card. Without it, it's always
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the NVIDIA card.....
so guess your all set on that as long as it's not
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close one,
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Na Gh
2014-04-24 09:34:03 UTC
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Hello Chih-Wei, do you need shared web storage ? i can provide freelly on
my web site
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After several months of development, I'm glad to announce the 4.4-RC1,
a candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release, to the public.
See the release note for details.
http://www.android-x86.org/releases/releasenote-4-4-rc1
Enjoy it and Happy Valentine's Day!
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