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Goodmorning everyone, I have an Xperia X F5122, and I have problems with Patchmanager, in the sense that it is doing the flash with Nurmjoki both starting from Mouhijoki and then updating it, it does not work. I have always followed this "procedure" and I have never had any problems: - enable untrusted software; - active the developer mode; - install the "Sailfish Utilities" app from the official store; - I install Storeman; - install the "Patchmanager for Jolla Settings" app I go to "Settings", I click on Patchmanager and I enter the patch management screen. While in fact, with Nurmjoki, this last step does not do it, I can install the patches but without checking them. For example: the patch to have multiple folders, from Storeman install correctly, but I can not view it nor can I enable / disable it from Patchmanager. Where am I wrong?
 
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Originally Posted by mercurio View Post
Goodmorning everyone, I have an Xperia X F5122, and I have problems with Patchmanager, in the sense that it is doing the flash with Nurmjoki both starting from Mouhijoki and then updating it, it does not work. I have always followed this "procedure" and I have never had any problems: - enable untrusted software; - active the developer mode; - install the "Sailfish Utilities" app from the official store; - I install Storeman; - install the "Patchmanager for Jolla Settings" app I go to "Settings", I click on Patchmanager and I enter the patch management screen. While in fact, with Nurmjoki, this last step does not do it, I can install the patches but without checking them. For example: the patch to have multiple folders, from Storeman install correctly, but I can not view it nor can I enable / disable it from Patchmanager. Where am I wrong?
Hi.
Did you install which version of Patchmanager? Because this error was in version 2 and version 3 is all with it. First of all update your repsitorios:
Open the terminal and type:
devel-su
rootme
pkcon refresh
pkcon update


Doing this install Patchmanager 3 and install its patches as you wish.
 

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Originally Posted by RafaelVlmendes View Post
Hi.
Did you install which version of Patchmanager? Because this error was in version 2 and version 3 is all with it. First of all update your repsitorios:
Open the terminal and type:
devel-su
rootme
pkcon refresh
pkcon update


Doing this install Patchmanager 3 and install its patches as you wish.
Hello,
and I'm sorry if I answer you only today: I've only just seen your answer, which I thank you for!
So I have to install Patchmanager 3 Beta by patchmanager3_beta? Because on Storeman I can not find other Patchmanager 3 ...
 

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#2594
What is going on here? Patchmanager has been playing up all day, getting progressively more and more messed up. At some point it listed as a patch a similarly named stand-alone application. Unti, in the end, it all toppled over like this:

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(Been spinning like that for the past 10 minutes.)

EDIT: a reboot seems to have sorted it out, at least temporarily. I had a brief issue with a patch in the web catalogue appearing with an empty description but a Silica restart from Utilities has fixed that.
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Originally Posted by pichlo View Post
What is going on here? Patchmanager has been playing up all day, getting progressively more and more messed up. At some point it listed as a patch a similarly named stand-alone application. Unti, in the end, it all toppled over like this:

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(Been spinning like that for the past 10 minutes.)

EDIT: a reboot seems to have sorted it out, at least temporarily. I had a brief issue with a patch in the web catalogue appearing with an empty description but a Silica restart from Utilities has fixed that.
Who knows, i'd like to see logs.
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Originally Posted by coderus View Post
Who knows, i'd like to see logs.
Where would they be?
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Originally Posted by pichlo View Post
Where would they be?
Hm, I had a problem some time ago - coderus mentioned how somewhere in the thread. Yes I know this is not the best help...

@coderus: would it be possible to explain the logging stuff in the first post near the troubleshooting section, please?
 

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Probably this is my fault - I've uploaded updates with json-files. I will re-upload them soon.

EDIT:
done, now they're correct
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Originally Posted by cy8aer View Post
Hm, I had a problem some time ago - coderus mentioned how somewhere in the thread. Yes I know this is not the best help...
Probably this one?
https://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?...postcount=2479

@coderus: would it be possible to explain the logging stuff in the first post near the troubleshooting section, please?
Second that.
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"Patchmanager logging" means just filtering the systemd journal for relevant entries, as Patchmanager does not have any own logging facility, but writes lots of information to the systemd journal.

Originally Posted by peterleinchen View Post
Probably this one?
https://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?...postcount=2479
... which is:
devel-su journalctl -al _COMM=patchmanager _COMM=jolla-settings > patchmanager.log

Yes, that is what @coderus usually suggests, extracting all output of the components Patchmanager and Jolla Settings, but filtering may be adapted for specific debugging use-cases (and IIRC @coderus also has suggested amended variants).

If one is able to basically understand entries the systemd journal, I also suggest to issue a simple journalctl -r while having less installed, and search with "/" (for whatever you deem as suspicious) while using the keys Up / Down and PgUp / PgDwn for looking at the context of a search hit.
This way you may detect an offending Patch or setting on your own.

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