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#!/bin/sh
export LC_ALL="en_US.UTF-8"
# working directory of koreader
KOREADER_DIR="${0%/*}"
# we're always starting from our working directory
cd "${KOREADER_DIR}" || exit
# Attempt to switch to a sensible CPUFreq governor when that's not already the case...
current_cpufreq_gov="$(cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor)"
# NOTE: We're being fairly conservative here, because what's used and what's available varies depending on HW...
if [ "${current_cpufreq_gov}" != "ondemand" ] && [ "${current_cpufreq_gov}" != "interactive" ]; then
# NOTE: Go with ondemand, because it's likely to be the lowest common denominator.
# Plus, interactive is hard to tune right, and only really interesting when it's a recent version,
# which I somehow doubt is the case anywhere here...
if grep -q ondemand /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_available_governors; then
ORIG_CPUFREQ_GOV="${current_cpufreq_gov}"
echo "ondemand" >"/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor"
fi
fi
# NOTE: That doesn't actually help us poor userspace plebs, but, short of switching to performance,
# I don't really have a golden bullet here... (conservative's rubberbanding is terrible, so that's a hard pass).
# All I can say is that userspace is a terrible idea and behaves *very* strangely (c.f., #4114).
# update to new version from OTA directory
ko_update_check() {
NEWUPDATE="${KOREADER_DIR}/ota/koreader.updated.tar"
INSTALLED="${KOREADER_DIR}/ota/koreader.installed.tar"
if [ -f "${NEWUPDATE}" ]; then
./fbink -q -y -7 -pmh "Updating KOReader"
# NOTE: See frontend/ui/otamanager.lua for a few more details on how we squeeze a percentage out of tar's checkpoint feature
# NOTE: %B should always be 512 in our case, so let stat do part of the maths for us instead of using %s ;).
FILESIZE="$(stat -c %b "${NEWUPDATE}")"
BLOCKS="$((FILESIZE / 20))"
export CPOINTS="$((BLOCKS / 100))"
# shellcheck disable=SC2016
./tar xf "${NEWUPDATE}" --strip-components=1 --no-same-permissions --no-same-owner --checkpoint="${CPOINTS}" --checkpoint-action=exec='./fbink -q -y -6 -P $(($TAR_CHECKPOINT/$CPOINTS))'
fail=$?
# Cleanup behind us...
if [ "${fail}" -eq 0 ]; then
mv "${NEWUPDATE}" "${INSTALLED}"
./fbink -q -y -6 -pm "Update successful :)"
./fbink -q -y -5 -pm "KOReader will start momentarily . . ."
else
# Huh ho...
./fbink -q -y -6 -pmh "Update failed :("
./fbink -q -y -5 -pm "KOReader may fail to function properly!"
fi
rm -f "${NEWUPDATE}" # always purge newupdate in all cases to prevent update loop
unset BLOCKS CPOINTS
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 $0
exec ./koreader.sh "${@}"
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 directory
export EXT_FONT_DIR="/mnt/onboard/fonts"
# fast and dirty way of check if we are called from nickel
# through fmon/KFMon, or from another launcher (KSM or advboot)
# Do not delete this line because KSM detects newer versions of KOReader by the presence of the phrase 'from_nickel'.
export FROM_NICKEL="false"
if pkill -0 nickel; then
FROM_NICKEL="true"
fi
if [ "${FROM_NICKEL}" = "true" ]; then
# Detect if we were started from KFMon
FROM_KFMON="false"
if pkill -0 kfmon; then
# That's a start, now check if KFMon truly is our parent...
if [ "$(pidof kfmon)" -eq "${PPID}" ]; then
FROM_KFMON="true"
fi
fi
# Siphon a few things from nickel's env (namely, stuff exported by rcS *after* on-animator.sh has been launched)...
eval "$(xargs -n 1 -0 <"/proc/$(pidof nickel)/environ" | grep -e DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS -e NICKEL_HOME -e WIFI_MODULE -e LANG -e WIFI_MODULE_PATH -e INTERFACE 2>/dev/null)"
export DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS NICKEL_HOME WIFI_MODULE LANG WIFI_MODULE_PATH INTERFACE
# flush disks, might help avoid trashing nickel's DB...
sync
# stop kobo software because it's running
# NOTE: We don't need to kill KFMon, it's smart enough not to allow running anything else while we're up
killall -TERM nickel hindenburg sickel fickel fmon 2>/dev/null
fi
# fallback for old fmon, KFMon and advboot users (-> if no args were passed to the script, start the FM)
if [ "$#" -eq 0 ]; then
args="/mnt/onboard"
else
args="$*"
fi
# check whether PLATFORM & PRODUCT have a value assigned by rcS
if [ -z "${PRODUCT}" ]; then
PRODUCT="$(/bin/kobo_config.sh 2>/dev/null)"
export PRODUCT
fi
# PLATFORM is used in koreader for the path to the WiFi drivers (as well as when restarting nickel)
if [ -z "${PLATFORM}" ]; then
PLATFORM="freescale"
if dd if="/dev/mmcblk0" bs=512 skip=1024 count=1 | grep -q "HW CONFIG"; then
CPU="$(ntx_hwconfig -s -p /dev/mmcblk0 CPU 2>/dev/null)"
PLATFORM="${CPU}-ntx"
fi
if [ "${PLATFORM}" != "freescale" ] && [ ! -e "/etc/u-boot/${PLATFORM}/u-boot.mmc" ]; then
PLATFORM="ntx508"
fi
export PLATFORM
fi
# Make sure we have a sane-ish INTERFACE env var set...
if [ -z "${INTERFACE}" ]; then
# That's what we used to hardcode anyway
INTERFACE="eth0"
export INTERFACE
fi
# end of value check of PLATFORM
# We'll want to ensure Portrait rotation to allow us to use faster blitting codepaths @ 8bpp,
# so remember the current one before fbdepth does its thing.
ORIG_FB_ROTA="$(cat /sys/class/graphics/fb0/rotate)"
echo "Original fb rotation is set @ ${ORIG_FB_ROTA}" >>crash.log 2>&1
# In the same vein, swap to 8bpp,
# because 16bpp is the worst idea in the history of time, as RGB565 is generally a PITA without hardware blitting,
# and 32bpp usually gains us nothing except a performance hit (we're not Qt5 with its QPainter constraints).
# The reduced size & complexity should hopefully make things snappier,
# (and hopefully prevent the JIT from going crazy on high-density screens...).
# NOTE: Even though both pickel & Nickel appear to restore their preferred fb setup, we'll have to do it ourselves,
# as they fail to flip the grayscale flag properly. Plus, we get to play nice with every launch method that way.
# So, remember the current bitdepth, so we can restore it on exit.
ORIG_FB_BPP="$(./fbdepth -g)"
echo "Original fb bitdepth is set @ ${ORIG_FB_BPP}bpp" >>crash.log 2>&1
# Sanity check...
case "${ORIG_FB_BPP}" in
16) ;;
32) ;;
*)
# Hu oh? Don't do anything...
unset ORIG_FB_BPP
;;
esac
# The actual swap is done in a function, because we can disable it in the Developer settings, and we want to honor it on restart.
ko_do_fbdepth() {
# Check if the swap has been disabled...
if grep -q '\["dev_startup_no_fbdepth"\] = true' 'settings.reader.lua' 2>/dev/null; then
# Swap back to the original bitdepth (in case this was a restart)
if [ -n "${ORIG_FB_BPP}" ]; then
# Unless we're a Forma, don't even bother to swap rotation if the fb is @ 16bpp, because RGB565 is terrible anyways,
# so there's no faster codepath to achieve, and running in Portrait @ 16bpp might actually be broken on some setups...
if [ "${ORIG_FB_BPP}" -eq "16" ] && [ "${PRODUCT}" != "frost" ]; then
echo "Making sure we're using the original fb bitdepth @ ${ORIG_FB_BPP}bpp & rotation @ ${ORIG_FB_ROTA}" >>crash.log 2>&1
./fbdepth -d "${ORIG_FB_BPP}" -r "${ORIG_FB_ROTA}" >>crash.log 2>&1
else
echo "Making sure we're using the original fb bitdepth @ ${ORIG_FB_BPP}bpp, and that rotation is set to Portrait" >>crash.log 2>&1
./fbdepth -d "${ORIG_FB_BPP}" -r -1 >>crash.log 2>&1
fi
fi
else
# Swap to 8bpp if things looke sane
if [ -n "${ORIG_FB_BPP}" ]; then
echo "Switching fb bitdepth to 8bpp & rotation to Portrait" >>crash.log 2>&1
./fbdepth -d 8 -r -1 >>crash.log 2>&1
fi
fi
}
# Remount the SD card RW if it's inserted and currently RO
if awk '$4~/(^|,)ro($|,)/' /proc/mounts | grep ' /mnt/sd '; then
mount -o remount,rw /mnt/sd
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 [ $RETURN_VALUE -eq 85 ]; do
# Do an update check now, so we can actually update KOReader via the "Restart KOReader" menu entry ;).
ko_update_check
# Do the fb depth switch, unless it's been disabled
ko_do_fbdepth
./reader.lua "${args}" >>crash.log 2>&1
RETURN_VALUE=$?
done
# Restore original fb bitdepth if need be...
# Since we also (almost) always enforce Portrait, we also have to restore the original rotation no matter what ;).
if [ -n "${ORIG_FB_BPP}" ]; then
echo "Restoring original fb bitdepth @ ${ORIG_FB_BPP}bpp & rotation @ ${ORIG_FB_ROTA}" >>crash.log 2>&1
./fbdepth -d "${ORIG_FB_BPP}" -r "${ORIG_FB_ROTA}" >>crash.log 2>&1
else
echo "Restoring original fb rotation @ ${ORIG_FB_ROTA}" >>crash.log 2>&1
./fbdepth -r "${ORIG_FB_ROTA}" >>crash.log 2>&1
fi
# Restore original CPUFreq governor if need be...
if [ -n "${ORIG_CPUFREQ_GOV}" ]; then
echo "${ORIG_CPUFREQ_GOV}" >"/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor"
fi
if [ "${FROM_NICKEL}" = "true" ]; then
if [ "${FROM_KFMON}" != "true" ]; then
# start kobo software because it was running before koreader
./nickel.sh &
else
if grep -q "reboot_on_exit=false" "/mnt/onboard/.adds/kfmon/config/koreader.ini" 2>/dev/null; then
# KFMon asked us to restart nickel on exit (default since KFMon 0.9.5)
./nickel.sh &
else
# KFMon asked us to restart the device on exit
/sbin/reboot
fi
fi
else
# if we were called from advboot then we must reboot to go to the menu
# NOTE: This is actually achieved by checking if KSM or a KSM-related script is running:
# This might lead to false-positives if you use neither KSM nor advboot to launch KOReader *without nickel running*.
if ! pgrep -f kbmenu >/dev/null 2>&1; then
/sbin/reboot
fi
fi
exit $RETURN_VALUE