Halium is a hardware abstraction layer developed collaboratively by multiple open source communities (KDE, UBPorts, Mer, LuneOS) to enable Android devices to run GNU/Linux distributions.
I had posted this news on Twitter some time ago, but I’m still happy that my port got mature enough to deliver hardware-accelerated graphics:
This port is quite special as the phone has an x86 CPU, a PowerVR GPU and a closed-source HWComposer. To make it possible, I authored a number of patches to Libhybris and Halium; as of now, most of them have been merged. I am going to continue my work on the device.
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Hello. I cloned the repo from halium which is contained your work. but I can’t “mka systemimage” I got this error https://pastebin.com/Veqg54xR. What can possible to cause this error ?
This error could happen if you are missing stlport in your tree. Though I can see it in the manifest: https://github.com/Halium/android/blob/halium-5.1/default.xml#L118 — so it should be fetched. Could you check if you have it?
Oh. I’ll check that later
But. what is the halium version of this ? 5.1 or 7.1 ?