Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by varun.chitre15, Nov 10, 2011.
in this method you require only 12gb space and dont have to partition also....
I required 17 gb.
hey good news.
i created a custom rom successfully.
in that rom all features are working and it is working great.
It is smooth as Leandros.
Can any one tell me wat to do now to port cm7.
i will do my best.
how about tryn to port ur rom to gingerbread
do u know wat commands to execute for that?
can u find on google or can u gimme any link which will redirect me to do that.
as i have ubuntu now i can do anything possible for our a70.
follow the commands in this link to download aosp gb ...it will take 2hours with a speed of 8mbs....
hit thanks if this helped
Downloading the Source Tree | Android Open Source
will update u abt success or failure after sometime.
i m doing it.
after executing this command in d link u gave me i get an error
$ repo init -u https://android.googlesource.com/platform/manifest
above is the command
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/varun/bin/repo", line 685, in <module>
File "/home/varun/bin/repo", line 652, in main
File "/home/varun/bin/repo", line 184, in _Init
File "/home/varun/bin/repo", line 209, in _CheckGitVersion
proc = subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/subprocess.py", line 672, in __init__
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/subprocess.py", line 1213, in _execute_child
OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory
this is the error for that.
can u resolve it.
Did you install python
Initializing a Build Environment
The "Getting Started" section describes how to set up your local work environment, how to use Repo to get the Android files, and how to build the files on your machine. To build the Android source files, you will need to use Linux or Mac OS. Building under Windows is not currently supported.
Note: The source is approximately 2.6GB in size. You will need 10GB free to complete the build.
For an overview of the entire code-review and code-update process, see Life of a Patch.
To see snapshots and histories of the files available in the public Android repositories, visit the GitWeb web interface.
Setting up a Linux build environment
The Android build is routinely tested in house on recent versions of Ubuntu (10.04 and later), but most distributions should have the required build tools available. Reports of successes or failures on other distributions are welcome.
Note: It is also possible to build Android in a virtual machine. If you are running Linux in a virtual machine, you will need at least 8GB of RAM/swap and 12GB or more of disk space in order to build the Android tree.
In general you will need:
Python 2.4 -- 2.7, which you can download from python.org.
JDK 6 if you wish to build Gingerbread or newer; JDK 5 for Froyo or older. You can download both from java.sun.com.
Git 1.5.4 or newer. You can find it at git-scm.com.
(optional) Valgrind, a tool that will help you find memory leaks, stack corruption, array bounds overflows, etc. Download from valgrind.org.
Detailed instructions for Ubuntu 10.04+ follow.
i m downloading python now.
how to install it after its completion.
will python solve the error?
Oh god lights are gone
it will solve ..check the above link you need to install some other tools and after that setup the buid environment .....only then you can start downloadind src and build
I will continue my work tonight at 9pm.
Thanks fr puttin up so mich effort to build gb i think u r gonna make a70 rokin man
installing python now
i downloaded it bt how to install it
See in the link how to install... or install normally... how u installed ubuntu virtual box or by deleting windows
Sorry guys but it is quite difficult.
I would have downloaded the source tree no matter how much its size would be but I m not able to reach till that process.
any other way to download source tree?
what are the errors you're getting???
See post no 33.
To solve that I need to install python,git for that.
I have downloaded both of them but how to install it?????
To install python
Installing Python, Django, and DB2 on Ubuntu 11.04
See if this helps
here is a guide to install git...you have to use commands to install them and everything was there in the link i gave in above post..read it...it has detailed instructions to install on ubuntu ...
How to install Git on Ubuntu Lucid (10.04) Kibet's Brain Leaks
Its for 10.04 whereas my version is 11.04
But I'll try it.
hey sam thanks i have setup the GIT also installed it successfully.
can u tell me how to verify whether it is installed or not so that no problems arise further.
also gimme such a link to install python 2.7.
this link was very simple.
waiting for ur rply.
pytjon is already installed in ununtu so dont install...now try to download the source from git...and see if you have python dependencies