Hello Celadon developers,
I have been following up on using CIV instead of bare metal, and it is already quite
promising! Thank you very much for all your work 🙂
Contrary to what the documentation says (as stated
later OS version should also work"), the installation scripts do not work properly on
They rely on a differently named package ("libusb-1.0.0-dev" is named
"libusb-1-0-0-dev" in Ubuntu 20.04, and "python-dev" is now
"python2-dev") and there's some other issue with compilation of ovmf
(compilation fails due to a missing file, I didn't investigate).
Additionally, the scripts do not terminate on error, leading to the assumption that
installation somehow succeeded. You could at least add "set -eux" at the
beginning to block the script on errors.
I am now using Ubuntu 18.04.4 (where it all worked perfectly) but it being the new LTS, I
think this will be a problem!
I also have a few questions for you, if you don't mind:
1. Will you provide a Celadon IVI target for CIV ? Or if an Android Auto target or mode
is already available, how to enable it?
2. Is it, by chance, a planned feature to allow mirroring the screen DPI info from the
host into the Android guest?
3. Wifi is broken for me (clean Ubuntu 18.04.4 install on a NUC7i5BNH, Wifi working in
the host, using latest release CIV_01.20.01.12_A10). I attached the logcat. Is there
anything I am missing or that is not stated in the documentation?
Thanks in advance,
Valerio Pilo / PU IVI Amsterdam / valerio.pilo(a)tomtom.com / +31 (0)
20 7575 218 Amsterdam ODE / www.tomtom.com