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#!/bin/sh
# NOTE: Stupid workaround to make sure the script we end up running is a *copy*,
# living in a magical land that doesn't suffer from gross filesystem deficiencies.
# Otherwise, the vfat+fuse mess means an OTA update will break the script on exit,
# and potentially leave the user in a broken state, with the WM still paused...
if [ "$(dirname "${0}")" != "/var/tmp" ]; then
cp -pf "${0}" /var/tmp/koreader.sh
chmod 777 /var/tmp/koreader.sh
exec /var/tmp/koreader.sh "$@"
fi
export LC_ALL="en_US.UTF-8"
PROC_KEYPAD="/proc/keypad"
PROC_FIVEWAY="/proc/fiveway"
[ -e "${PROC_KEYPAD}" ] && echo unlock >"${PROC_KEYPAD}"
[ -e "${PROC_FIVEWAY}" ] && echo unlock >"${PROC_FIVEWAY}"
# KOReader's working directory
export KOREADER_DIR="/mnt/us/koreader"
# NOTE: Same vfat+fuse shenanigans needed for FBInk, before we source libko...
cp -pf "${KOREADER_DIR}/fbink" /var/tmp/fbink
chmod 777 /var/tmp/fbink
# Load our helper functions...
if [ -f "${KOREADER_DIR}/libkohelper.sh" ]; then
# shellcheck source=/dev/null
. "${KOREADER_DIR}/libkohelper.sh"
else
echo "Can't source helper functions, aborting!"
exit 1
fi
# Handle logging...
logmsg() {
# Use the right tools for the platform
if [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "sysv" ]; then
msg "koreader: ${1}" "I"
elif [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "upstart" ]; then
f_log I koreader wrapper "" "${1}"
fi
# And throw that on stdout too, for the DIY crowd ;)
echo "${1}"
}
# Go away if we're on FW 5.0, it's not supported
if [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "upstart" ]; then
if grep '^Kindle 5\.0' /etc/prettyversion.txt >/dev/null 2>&1; then
logmsg "FW 5.0 is not supported. Update to 5.1!"
# And... scene!
exit 0
fi
fi
# Keep track of what we do with pillow...
export AWESOME_STOPPED="no"
export CVM_STOPPED="no"
export VOLUMD_STOPPED="no"
PILLOW_HARD_DISABLED="no"
PILLOW_SOFT_DISABLED="no"
USED_WMCTRL="no"
PASSCODE_DISABLED="no"
# List of services we stop in order to reclaim a tiny sliver of RAM...
TOGGLED_SERVICES="stored webreader kfxreader kfxview todo tmd rcm archive scanner otav3 otaupd"
REEXEC_FLAGS=""
# Keep track of if we were started through KUAL
if [ "${1}" = "--kual" ]; then
shift 1
FROM_KUAL="yes"
REEXEC_FLAGS="${REEXEC_FLAGS} --kual"
else
FROM_KUAL="no"
fi
# By default, don't stop the framework.
if [ "${1}" = "--framework_stop" ]; then
shift 1
STOP_FRAMEWORK="yes"
NO_SLEEP="no"
REEXEC_FLAGS="${REEXEC_FLAGS} --framework_stop"
elif [ "${1}" = "--asap" ]; then
# Start as soon as possible, without sleeping to workaround UI quirks
shift 1
NO_SLEEP="yes"
STOP_FRAMEWORK="no"
REEXEC_FLAGS="${REEXEC_FLAGS} --asap"
# Don't sleep during eips calls either...
export EIPS_NO_SLEEP="true"
else
STOP_FRAMEWORK="no"
NO_SLEEP="no"
fi
# If we were started by KUAL (either Kindlet or Booklet), we have a few more things to do...
if [ "${FROM_KUAL}" = "yes" ]; then
# Yield a bit to let stuff stop properly...
logmsg "Hush now . . ."
if [ "${NO_SLEEP}" = "no" ]; then
# NOTE: This may or may not be terribly useful...
usleep 250000
fi
# If we were started by the KUAL Kindlet, and not the Booklet, we have a nice value to correct...
if [ "$(nice)" = "5" ]; then
# Kindlet threads spawn with a nice value of 5, go back to a neutral value
logmsg "Be nice!"
renice -n -5 $$
fi
fi
# we're always starting from our working directory
cd "${KOREADER_DIR}" || exit
# Handle pending OTA update
ko_update_check() {
NEWUPDATE="${KOREADER_DIR}/ota/koreader.updated.tar"
INSTALLED="${KOREADER_DIR}/ota/koreader.installed.tar"
if [ -f "${NEWUPDATE}" ]; then
logmsg "Updating KOReader . . ."
# Let our checkpoint script handle the detailed visual feedback...
eips_print_bottom_centered "Updating KOReader" 3
# Setup the FBInk daemon
export FBINK_NAMED_PIPE="/tmp/koreader.fbink"
rm -f "${FBINK_NAMED_PIPE}"
FBINK_PID="$(/var/tmp/fbink --daemon 1 %KOREADER% -q -y -6 -P 0)"
# NOTE: See frontend/ui/otamanager.lua for a few more details on how we squeeze a percentage out of tar's checkpoint feature
# NOTE: %B should always be 512 in our case, so let stat do part of the maths for us instead of using %s ;).
FILESIZE="$(stat -c %b "${NEWUPDATE}")"
BLOCKS="$((FILESIZE / 20))"
export CPOINTS="$((BLOCKS / 100))"
# NOTE: To avoid blowing up when tar truncates itself during an update, copy our GNU tar binary to the system's tmpfs,
# and run that one (c.f., #4602)...
# This is most likely a side-effect of the weird fuse overlay being used for /mnt/us (vs. the real vfat on /mnt/base-us),
# which we cannot use because it's been mounted noexec for a few years now...
cp -pf "${KOREADER_DIR}/tar" /var/tmp/gnutar
# shellcheck disable=SC2016
/var/tmp/gnutar --no-same-permissions --no-same-owner --checkpoint="${CPOINTS}" --checkpoint-action=exec='printf "%s" $((TAR_CHECKPOINT / CPOINTS)) > ${FBINK_NAMED_PIPE}' -C "/mnt/us" -xf "${NEWUPDATE}"
fail=$?
kill -TERM "${FBINK_PID}"
# And remove our temporary tar binary...
rm -f /var/tmp/gnutar
# Cleanup behind us...
if [ "${fail}" -eq 0 ]; then
mv "${NEWUPDATE}" "${INSTALLED}"
logmsg "Update successful :)"
eips_print_bottom_centered "Update successful :)" 2
eips_print_bottom_centered "KOReader will start momentarily . . ." 1
# NOTE: Because, yep, that'll probably happen, as there's a high probability sh will throw a bogus syntax error,
# probably for the same fuse-related reasons as tar...
# NOTE: Even if it doesn't necessarily leave the device in an unusable state,
# always recommend a hard-reboot to flush stale ghost copies...
eips_print_bottom_centered "If it doesn't, you'll want to force a hard reboot" 0
else
# Huh ho...
logmsg "Update failed :( (${fail})"
eips_print_bottom_centered "Update failed :(" 2
eips_print_bottom_centered "KOReader may fail to function properly" 1
fi
rm -f "${NEWUPDATE}" # always purge newupdate to prevent update loops
unset CPOINTS FBINK_NAMED_PIPE
unset BLOCKS FILESIZE FBINK_PID
# Ensure everything is flushed to disk before we restart. This *will* stall for a while on slow storage!
sync
fi
}
# NOTE: Keep doing an initial update check, in addition to one during the restart loop, so we can pickup potential updates of this very script...
ko_update_check
# If an update happened, and was successful, reexec
if [ -n "${fail}" ] && [ "${fail}" -eq 0 ]; then
# By now, we know we're in the right directory, and our script name is pretty much set in stone, so we can forgo using $0
# NOTE: REEXEC_FLAGS *needs* to be unquoted: we *want* word splitting here ;).
# shellcheck disable=SC2086
exec ./koreader.sh ${REEXEC_FLAGS} "${@}"
fi
# load our own shared libraries if possible
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="${KOREADER_DIR}/libs:${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}"
# export trained OCR data directory
export TESSDATA_PREFIX="data"
# export dict directory
export STARDICT_DATA_DIR="data/dict"
# export external font directories (In order: stock, stock custom (both legacy & 5.9.6+), stock extra, font hack)
export EXT_FONT_DIR="/usr/java/lib/fonts;/mnt/us/fonts;/var/local/font/mnt;/mnt/us/linkfonts/fonts"
# Only setup IPTables on devices where it makes sense to do so (FW 5.x & K4)
if [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "upstart" ] || [ "$(uname -r)" = "2.6.31-rt11-lab126" ]; then
logmsg "Setting up IPTables rules . . ."
# accept input ports for calibre companion
iptables -A INPUT -i wlan0 -p udp --dport 8134 -j ACCEPT
fi
# check if we need to disable the system passcode, because it messes with us in fun and interesting (and, more to the point, intractable) ways...
# NOTE: The most egregious one being that it inhibits the outOfScreenSaver event on wakeup until the passcode is validated, which we can't do, since we capture all input...
if [ -f "/var/local/system/userpasswdenabled" ]; then
logmsg "Disabling system passcode . . ."
rm -f "/var/local/system/userpasswdenabled"
PASSCODE_DISABLED="yes"
fi
# check if we are supposed to shut down the Amazon framework
if [ "${STOP_FRAMEWORK}" = "yes" ]; then
logmsg "Stopping the framework . . ."
# Upstart or SysV?
if [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "sysv" ]; then
/etc/init.d/framework stop
else
# The framework job sends a SIGTERM on stop, trap it so we don't get killed if we were launched by KUAL
trap "" TERM
stop lab126_gui
# NOTE: Let the framework teardown finish, so we don't start before the black screen...
usleep 1250000
# And remove the trap like a ninja now!
trap - TERM
fi
fi
# Normalize a version string for easy numeric comparisons
# c.f., https://stackoverflow.com/a/37939589
version() { echo "$@" | awk -F. '{ printf("%d%03d%03d\n", $1,$2,$3); }'; }
# There's no pillow if we stopped the framework, and it's only there on systems with upstart anyway
if [ "${STOP_FRAMEWORK}" = "no" ] && [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "upstart" ]; then
# NOTE: If we were launched from KUAL, don't even try to deal with KPVBooklet-specific workarounds
if [ "${FROM_KUAL}" = "yes" ]; then
kpv_launch_count="0"
else
kpv_launch_count="$(lipc-get-prop -eiq com.github.koreader.kpvbooklet.timer count)"
fi
# Check if KPVBooklet was launched more than once, if not we will disable pillow
# c.f., https://github.com/koreader/koreader/commit/60f83e842ccce57931cbed5ffcebb28515f6f5d7
if [ "${kpv_launch_count}" = "" ] || [ "${kpv_launch_count}" = "0" ]; then
# NOTE: Dump the fb so we can restore something useful on exit...
cat /dev/fb0 >/var/tmp/koreader-fb.dump
# We're going to need our current FW version...
FW_VERSION="$(grep '^Kindle 5' /etc/prettyversion.txt 2>&1 | sed -n -r 's/^(Kindle)([[:blank:]]*)([[:digit:]\.]*)(.*?)$/\3/p')"
# NOTE: We want to disable the status bar (at the very least). Unfortunately, the soft hide/unhide method doesn't work properly anymore since FW 5.6.5...
if [ "$(version "${FW_VERSION}")" -ge "$(version "5.6.5")" ]; then
export PILLOW_HARD_DISABLED="yes"
# FIXME: So we resort to killing pillow completely on FW >= 5.6.5...
logmsg "Disabling pillow . . ."
lipc-set-prop com.lab126.pillow disableEnablePillow disable
# NOTE: And, oh, joy, on FW >= 5.7.2, this is not enough to prevent the clock from refreshing, so, take the bull by the horns, and SIGSTOP the WM while we run...
if [ "$(version "${FW_VERSION}")" -ge "$(version "5.7.2")" ]; then
# Less drastically, we'll also be "minimizing" (actually, resizing) the title bar manually (c.f., https://www.mobileread.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2449275&postcount=5).
# NOTE: Hiding it "works", but has a nasty side-effect of triggering ligl timeouts in some circumstances (c.f., https://github.com/koreader/koreader/pull/5943#issuecomment-598514376)
# FIXME: There's apparently a nasty side-effect on FW >= 5.12.4 which somehow softlocks the UI on exit (despite wmctrl succeeding). Don't have the HW to investigate, so, just drop it. (#6117)
if [ "$(version "${FW_VERSION}")" -lt "$(version "5.12.4")" ]; then
logmsg "Hiding the title bar . . ."
TITLEBAR_GEOMETRY="$(${KOREADER_DIR}/wmctrl -l -G | grep ":titleBar_ID:" | awk '{print $2,$3,$4,$5,$6}' OFS=',')"
${KOREADER_DIR}/wmctrl -r ":titleBar_ID:" -e "${TITLEBAR_GEOMETRY%,*},1"
logmsg "Title bar geometry: '${TITLEBAR_GEOMETRY}' -> '$(${KOREADER_DIR}/wmctrl -l -G | grep ":titleBar_ID:" | awk '{print $2,$3,$4,$5,$6}' OFS=',')'"
USED_WMCTRL="yes"
fi
if [ "${FROM_KUAL}" = "yes" ]; then
logmsg "Stopping awesome . . ."
killall -STOP awesome
AWESOME_STOPPED="yes"
fi
fi
else
logmsg "Hiding the status bar . . ."
# NOTE: One more great find from eureka (http://www.mobileread.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2454141&postcount=34)
lipc-set-prop com.lab126.pillow interrogatePillow '{"pillowId": "default_status_bar", "function": "nativeBridge.hideMe();"}'
export PILLOW_SOFT_DISABLED="yes"
fi
# NOTE: We don't need to sleep at all if we've already SIGSTOPped awesome ;)
if [ "${NO_SLEEP}" = "no" ] && [ "${AWESOME_STOPPED}" = "no" ]; then
# NOTE: Leave the framework time to refresh the screen, so we don't start before it has finished redrawing after collapsing the title bar
usleep 250000
# NOTE: If we were started from KUAL, we risk getting a list item to popup right over us, so, wait some more...
# The culprit appears to be a I WindowManager:flashTimeoutExpired:window=Root 0 0 600x30
if [ "${FROM_KUAL}" = "yes" ]; then
logmsg "Playing possum to wait for the window manager . . ."
usleep 2500000
fi
fi
# Murder a few services to reclaim some RAM...
for job in ${TOGGLED_SERVICES}; do
stop "${job}"
done
fi
fi
# stop cvm (sysv & framework up only)
if [ "${STOP_FRAMEWORK}" = "no" ] && [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "sysv" ]; then
logmsg "Stopping cvm . . ."
killall -STOP cvm
CVM_STOPPED="yes"
fi
# SIGSTOP volumd, to inhibit USBMS (sysv & upstart)
if [ -e "/etc/init.d/volumd" ] || [ -e "/etc/upstart/volumd.conf" ]; then
logmsg "Stopping volumd . . ."
killall -STOP volumd
VOLUMD_STOPPED="yes"
fi
# finally call reader
logmsg "Starting KOReader . . ."
# That's not necessary when using KPVBooklet ;).
if [ "${FROM_KUAL}" = "yes" ]; then
eips_print_bottom_centered "Starting KOReader . . ." 1
fi
# we keep at most 500KB worth of crash log
if [ -e crash.log ]; then
tail -c 500000 crash.log >crash.log.new
mv -f crash.log.new crash.log
fi
RETURN_VALUE=85
while [ "${RETURN_VALUE}" -eq 85 ]; do
# Do an update check now, so we can actually update KOReader via the "Restart KOReader" menu entry ;).
ko_update_check
./reader.lua "$@" >>crash.log 2>&1
RETURN_VALUE=$?
done
# clean up our own process tree in case the reader crashed (if needed, to avoid flooding KUAL's log)
if pidof reader.lua >/dev/null 2>&1; then
logmsg "Sending a SIGTERM to stray KOreader processes . . ."
killall -TERM reader.lua
fi
# Resume volumd, if need be
if [ "${VOLUMD_STOPPED}" = "yes" ]; then
logmsg "Resuming volumd . . ."
killall -CONT volumd
fi
# Resume cvm (only if we stopped it)
if [ "${STOP_FRAMEWORK}" = "no" ] && [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "sysv" ]; then
logmsg "Resuming cvm . . ."
killall -CONT cvm
# We need to handle the screen refresh ourselves, frontend/device/kindle/device.lua's Kindle3.exit is called before we resume cvm ;).
echo 'send 139' >/proc/keypad
echo 'send 139' >/proc/keypad
fi
# Restart framework (if need be)
if [ "${STOP_FRAMEWORK}" = "yes" ]; then
logmsg "Restarting framework . . ."
if [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "sysv" ]; then
cd / && env -u LD_LIBRARY_PATH /etc/init.d/framework start
else
cd / && env -u LD_LIBRARY_PATH start lab126_gui
fi
fi
# Display chrome bar if need be (upstart & framework up only)
if [ "${STOP_FRAMEWORK}" = "no" ] && [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "upstart" ]; then
# Resume the services we murdered
for job in ${TOGGLED_SERVICES}; do
start "${job}"
done
# Depending on the FW version, we may have handled things in a few different manners...
if [ "${AWESOME_STOPPED}" = "yes" ]; then
logmsg "Resuming awesome . . ."
killall -CONT awesome
fi
if [ "${PILLOW_HARD_DISABLED}" = "yes" ]; then
logmsg "Enabling pillow . . ."
# NOTE: Try to leave the user with a slightly more useful FB content than our own last screen...
cat /var/tmp/koreader-fb.dump >/dev/fb0
rm -f /var/tmp/koreader-fb.dump
lipc-set-prop com.lab126.pillow disableEnablePillow enable
lipc-set-prop com.lab126.appmgrd start app://com.lab126.booklet.home
fi
if [ "${PILLOW_SOFT_DISABLED}" = "yes" ]; then
logmsg "Restoring the status bar . . ."
# NOTE: Try to leave the user with a slightly more useful FB content than our own last screen...
cat /var/tmp/koreader-fb.dump >/dev/fb0
rm -f /var/tmp/koreader-fb.dump
lipc-set-prop com.lab126.pillow interrogatePillow '{"pillowId": "default_status_bar", "function": "nativeBridge.showMe();"}'
lipc-set-prop com.lab126.appmgrd start app://com.lab126.booklet.home
fi
if [ "${USED_WMCTRL}" = "yes" ]; then
logmsg "Restoring the title bar . . ."
# NOTE: Wait and retry for a bit, because apparently there may be timing issues (c.f., #5990)?
usleep 250000
WMCTRL_COUNT=0
until [ "$(${KOREADER_DIR}/wmctrl -l -G | grep ":titleBar_ID:" | awk '{print $2,$3,$4,$5,$6}' OFS=',')" = "${TITLEBAR_GEOMETRY}" ]; do
# Abort after 5s
if [ ${WMCTRL_COUNT} -gt 20 ]; then
log "Giving up on restoring the title bar geometry!"
break
fi
${KOREADER_DIR}/wmctrl -r ":titleBar_ID:" -e "${TITLEBAR_GEOMETRY}"
usleep 250000
WMCTRL_COUNT=$((WMCTRL_COUNT + 1))
done
logmsg "Title bar geometry restored to '$(${KOREADER_DIR}/wmctrl -l -G | grep ":titleBar_ID:" | awk '{print $2,$3,$4,$5,$6}' OFS=',')' (ought to be: '${TITLEBAR_GEOMETRY}') [after ${WMCTRL_COUNT} attempts]"
fi
fi
if [ "${INIT_TYPE}" = "upstart" ] || [ "$(uname -r)" = "2.6.31-rt11-lab126" ]; then
logmsg "Restoring IPTables rules . . ."
# restore firewall rules
iptables -D INPUT -i wlan0 -p udp --dport 8134 -j ACCEPT
fi
if [ "${PASSCODE_DISABLED}" = "yes" ]; then
logmsg "Restoring system passcode . . ."
touch "/var/local/system/userpasswdenabled"
fi
# Wipe the clones on exit
rm -f /var/tmp/koreader.sh /var/tmp/fbink
exit ${RETURN_VALUE}