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  1. #1101  
    Hi - I'm using MS 2.5.4 on my Pre3 but I found it is not really working any longer for some time.
    Also now I detected that in my filesystem I see a lot of such entries when I run a "df" command:
    Quote Originally Posted by df output
    /dev/mapper/store-root
    572468 447640 124828 78% /var/palm/jail/org.webosinternals.modeswitcher.srv/etc/ssl
    /dev/mapper/store-var
    63472 20720 42752 33% /var/palm/jail/org.webosinternals.modeswitcher.srv/var/ssl/trustedcerts
    /dev/mapper/store-var
    63472 20720 42752 33% /var/palm/jail/org.webosinternals.modeswitcher.srv/var/ssl/certs
    /dev/mapper/store-var
    63472 20720 42752 33% /var/palm/jail/org.webosinternals.modeswitcher.srv/var/ssl/crl
    /dev/mapper/store-root
    572468 447640 124828 78% /var/palm/jail/org.webosinternals.modeswitcher.srv/etc/ls2
    tmpfs 2048 220 1828 11% /var/palm/jail/org.webosinternals.modeswitcher.srv/dev/logdir
    /dev/mapper/store-var
    63472 20720 42752 33% /var/palm/jail/org.webosinternals.modeswitcher.srv/var/luna/preferences
    /dev/mapper/store-cryptofilecache
    130528 104176 26352 80% /var/palm/jail/org.webosinternals.modeswitcher.srv/var/file-cache
    /dev/mapper/store-root
    572468 447640 124828 78% /var/palm/jail/org.webosinternals.modeswitcher.srv/etc/palm
    Not sure what these are good/bad for and how to get rid of them.

    BTW - so far I had the nodeleteipk patch installed which I no longer need and removed now. This patch was also adding many lines to the df output. These are gone after removing the patch and a reboot.
  2. #1102  
    well, df shows the total space / used space / free space (and % used total) for all "filesystems"
  3. #1103  
    Quote Originally Posted by mazzinia View Post
    well, df shows the total space / used space / free space (and % used total) for all "filesystems"
    yes, this is why I used the df commang. I just wonder what are these "filesystems" good for /var/palm/jail/<app>
    I see almost 300 of such "filesystem" entries which seem to be bound to some running apps.
    I wonder if this is normal for modeswitcher to have these many "filesystems" or something is going wrong here.
  4. #1104  
    I would say that it's normal. Some apps install in that jail space (mojowhatsup , picsel, agentz, etc ), and that area is a bit particular, as in parts are shown as under /media/internal and so on, so df states that xxx is part of a specific filesystem, yyy of another, and so on (if I'm not mistaking)
  5. #1105  
    Hi everyone!

    It's 2018 and still using my Pre3. Crazy? Noo! ;-)
    Not to mention my newly procured Veers...;-)

    But now I had to doctor my Pre3 (lots of small bugs accumulated over time), and I have my MS modes exported to Google Drive (actually it's there for some 3-4 years), but as I see the import doesn't really get to login. I suppose Google has since made a dozen API changes.

    Now my question would be is there anybody (most preferably Sconix if you're still reading this), who can help me with information/guidance/anything to hack some file system export/import code into Mode Switcher. Or to fix the gDrive export/import, although the file system support would be a set-and-forget fix, while gDrive - as Google changes it's APIs as other people change their underwear - would mean fix-it-over-and-over-again.

    As I saw in Preware, MS has BSD Open Source license, but where is the source?

    Thx,
    Tylla
  6. #1106  
    Quote Originally Posted by tylla View Post
    As I saw in Preware, MS has BSD Open Source license, but where is the source?
    There is an archive of it from git.webosinternals.org here: https://github.com/wosigh/modeswitcher

    EDIT: This actually might be newer: https://github.com/sconix/modeswitcher I would probably use that.

    This reminds me... I think I have a few changes I need to add!
    Last edited by dkirker; 03/27/2018 at 07:55 PM. Reason: Strike out old repo
    Did you know:

    webOS ran on a Treo 800 during initial development.
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  7. #1107  
    THX for the repo.
    I took a peek, and it seems it would be not too hard to hack together with the FileMgr service.

    Now I have one further question: what the **** is "wosi-package"? (it's in the makefile: wosi-package -p ./build)
    From the name I would deduct it is "WebOSInternals package creator", but I can't find anything related to this. Not even on WebOS Internals...
  8. #1109  
    OK, I know Ipk Packager, and most probably will use it, despite the fact that under Linux (at least on my laptop - Debian 9.4) it looks almost unusable - the text boxes are half their normal height.
    But I always try to use the provided makefile and before use I tend to check the content. And it struck me that I don't know what this command is and more surprisingly I couldn't find any information online.
    So if anyone knows where does the "wosi-package" command come from, don't hold back the information.
  9. #1110  
    The "wosi-*" sets of commands are webOS-Internals equivalents of "palm-*" commands, I believe. There is information about them and the WIDK ("webOS Internals Developer Kit") here: WebOS Internals PDK - WebOS Internals

    That said...... I can't seem to find anything on "wosi-package" specifically, so you might just be able to use "palm-package."
    Did you know:

    webOS ran on a Treo 800 during initial development.
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