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Thanks. Could you please explain how to do that exactly (the commands)? I'm still haven't pulled the "factory reset" trigger so I could try this, but I am not sure which commands to run in the shell (I don't know the exact package names for instance).

I forgot to disable openrepos prior to the update too, so that might be my issue as well.
 

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I mostly followed this guide here to have an chroot with internet access in recovery mode:
https://together.jolla.com/question/...#post-id-45710

You have to change the rootfs mount on Jolla C to /dev/mapper/sailfish-root.

After that you can use pkcon / zypper to fix your packages. Try to upgrade the packages and see, if you get errors with missing / wrong dependencies and try to fix them.
 

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HELLO: SAILORS
Updated : 0.1.8-10.6.3.jolla -- 0.2.0-10.7.1.jolla
[ambiences] Pre-calculate grayscale info for inverted ambiences.

[ambiences] Pre-calculate grayscale info for inverted ambiences.

What is: inverted ambiences. ??
 

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Originally Posted by ejjoman View Post
I mostly followed this guide here to have an chroot with internet access in recovery mode:
https://together.jolla.com/question/...#post-id-45710

You have to change the rootfs mount on Jolla C to /dev/mapper/sailfish-root.

After that you can use pkcon / zypper to fix your packages. Try to upgrade the packages and see, if you get errors with missing / wrong dependencies and try to fix them.
Thanks! Unfortunately I'm stuck at the very first step in the shell:

Code:
mount: mounting /dev/mmcblk0p28 on /mnt/rootfs failed: Device or resource busy
I have no idea why the resource is busy, and of course I can't umount it first.
 

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Please paste the output of

Code:
mount
Edit: If you are on a Jolla C, use /dev/mapper/sailfish-root instead of /dev/mmcblk0p28
 

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Originally Posted by ejjoman View Post
I forgot to disable openrepos-repositories which may have messed up my update process...
All third party repositories are disabled if you update through the officially supported method (via Settings).
 

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Originally Posted by nthn View Post
All third party repositories are disabled if you update through the officially supported method (via Settings).
I know... but: nope - I am not very patient...
 

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Ejjoman, the issue was indeed that I'm using a Jolla C so rootfs is already mounted by default apparently. I could mount it to /mnt/rootfs and chroot in doing as you said though. However, I can't seem to get any Internet on the phone in recovery mode after doing the ip forwarding/iptables/route manipulation in the guide you cited. I did everything as explained (Linux computer), no error, but yet no connection. :/

I'm clueless. I did everything as mentioned in the guide, the 10.42.66.66 (Jolla C Recovery shell) and 10.42.66.67 (computer telnet interface) IP correspond to what is written in the guide as well, got no error, but I cannot get Internet on the phone.

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Can you ping your computer from your recovery shell? Can you try to ping the IP of some public service, like the Google DNS (8.8.8.8)?
 

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#50
Originally Posted by karlos devel View Post
HELLO: SAILORS
Updated : 0.1.8-10.6.3.jolla -- 0.2.0-10.7.1.jolla
[ambiences] Pre-calculate grayscale info for inverted ambiences.

[ambiences] Pre-calculate grayscale info for inverted ambiences.

What is: inverted ambiences. ??
I maybe wrong here, but I think 'inverted ambience' means this; white wallpaper with black text/icons. I have already created a white ambience, but it doesn't look too great. The Settings menu is very grey in the background with thin black text on it. The homescreen, locked or not, has a mixture of black and white icons, for example; The battery percentage text is black but the battery image is still white, same with internet activity icon, it's black, but network reception remains white and of course, with a white background, white icons are just not very visible.

Don't wait for Jolla to develop this new idea at any great speed, it's been 4 years since we've seen any actual, tangible updates and sadly, the ambience module is proprietary/not OSS, so we can't (well, I can't) do anything with it ourselves.

I noticed that Russian Sailfish has capability for inverted ambience, but I have no idea if it is fully implemented yet, I'm certain I have seen it in an image somewhere, possibly a link from Coderus signature here on TMO, but of course, so many images these days are just CGI mock-ups and have yet to materialise.
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