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[07:21] <blindcoder> moin
[08:20] <blindcoder> th, stf^rocklinux: what about that livecd iso?
[09:08] <blindcoder> 1.8 MB diff between ROCK 2.0.3 and TRUNK (excluding packages/)
[09:08] <blindcoder> one third of which being Documentation/
[09:18] <blindcoder> hmm
[09:18] <blindcoder> what could I put into the changelog for ROCK?
[09:19] <blindcoder> added package splitting and package forking
[09:19] <blindcoder> anything else?
[09:35] <th> stf^rocklinux: please confirm 83ef9a82a4672b3b91e2e66208f7cb53  livecd-pentium-mmx-r7663.iso
[09:36] <th> blindcoder: it's in the official/test-releases dir
[09:49] <blindcoder> th: great, thanks
[13:50] <blindcoder> wow, spiegel.de realizes that people using webbrowsers don't like flash
[13:50] <blindcoder> that's about the discovery of teh century
[13:51] <daja77_> heh
[14:45] <daja77_> in which dir should a new core package go?
[15:10] <blindcoder> base/
[15:21] <daja77_> ah ok wine isn't core, so the new package will go into my repo i guess
[15:25] <blindcoder> what package?
[15:25] <daja77_> fontforge
[15:26] <blindcoder> what's that?
[15:27] <daja77_> a font editor, wine screamed without it it can't work with fonts properly
[15:27] Action: daja77_ playing with a wine update
[15:27] <blindcoder> w(h)iner :P
[15:28] <daja77_> just for fun ^^
[16:11] <stf^rocklinux> th: confirmed.
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[19:27] <ewiget> can anyone explain why I am getting this error message - ltrace - == 12:39:57 =[3]=> Building base/ltrace [0.4 0].
[19:27] <ewiget> -> Preparing build in src.ltrace.1150389596.31848.4175704716
[19:27] <ewiget> -> Building. Writing output to $root/var/adm/logs/3-ltrace.out
[19:27] <ewiget> !> trace.c:111: error: 'R9' undeclared (first use in this f ..
[19:27] <ewiget> !> trace.c:126: error: 'R10' undeclared (first use in this  ..
[19:27] <ewiget> !> make[2]: *** [trace.o] Error 1
[19:27] <ewiget> !> make[2]: Leaving directory `/ROCK/src.ltrace.1150389596. ..
[19:27] <ewiget> !> make[1]: *** [x86_64/arch.o] Error 2
[19:27] <ewiget> !> make[1]: Leaving directory `/ROCK/src.ltrace.1150389596. ..
[19:27] <ewiget> !> make: *** [sysdeps/sysdep.o] Error 2
[19:27] <ewiget> -> $root/var/adm/logs/3-ltrace.out -> 3-ltrace.err
[19:27] <ewiget> == 06/15/06 12:40:06 =[3]=> Aborted building package ltrace.
[19:27] <ewiget> !> Creation of binary package isn't possible,
[19:27] <ewiget> !> because the package was not successfully
[19:27] <ewiget> !> built in (at least) the current stage
[19:29] <stf^rocklinux> hm, what architecture are you building for?
[19:29] <ewiget> I am building the livecd, using x86 32bit generic - I have tried to figure out this error for a few days now
[19:30] <ewiget> pretty much a default livecd configuration
[19:31] <ewiget> revision 7664
[19:31] <stf^rocklinux> I've built an x86 livecd (for pentium-mmx) from svn rev. 7663 and everything worked :S
[19:32] <stf^rocklinux> could you please post the some lines above and including  trace.c:126: error: 'R10' undeclared ?
[19:33] <ewiget> I tried 7663 over the last few days, just updated today because I was getting this ltrace error and also a checksum error on tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.gz - both still exist on 7664
[19:34] <ewiget> how do I post trace.c:126 - from the log??
[19:35] <stf^rocklinux> use: cat build/<build-ID>/var/adm/logs/3-ltrace.err and copy&paste the lines
[19:40] <ewiget> pretty large file so I uploaded the file to here - http://www.edwiget.name/3-ltrace.err.txt
[19:44] <stf^rocklinux> thx
[19:44] <ewiget> thank you for offering to help - this error is driving me crazy
[19:44] <stf^rocklinux> looks like ltrace trys to build itself for x86_64 ... in the ltrace log from my build there's no sign of x86_64 :S
[19:45] <ewiget> I wonder if I need to enable cross compile options in the config since I am building on x64?
[19:46] <stf^rocklinux> hm, that might well be.
[19:47] <stf^rocklinux> The problem is cross-compiling the X server and KDE doesn'T work yet afaik.
[19:48] <stf^rocklinux> But if you just want the ISO image, my build (based on rev. 7663) is available for download at iso.rocklinux.de
[19:49] <ewiget> I will try to set cross compile options.  Thanks for the offer to download your iso - I am just trying to play with something new - figured i would build a standard livecd before I modified it.  Also, any idea why I am getting the checksum error for tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.gz?  Here is the error
[19:50] <ewiget> Downloading download/mirror/t/tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.gz ...
[19:50] <ewiget> ERROR: According to src/Download-Errors we had already an error for the URL
[19:50] <ewiget> ERROR:    http://rock.inode.at/ROCK-2.1/t/tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.bz2
[19:50] <ewiget> ERROR: So I'm not trying to download it again (remove src/Download-Errors
[19:50] <ewiget> ERROR: if you want to force a retry).
[19:50] <ewiget> INFO: download from mirror failed, trying original URL.
[19:50] <ewiget> ######################################################################## 100.0%
[19:50] <ewiget> Finished downloading 91402377 bytes in 340.205 seconds (268668.000 bytes/sec).
[19:50] <ewiget> bzip'ing + cksum-test: download/mirror/t/tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.gz
[19:50] <ewiget> Cksum ERROR: download/mirror/t/tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.gz.cksum-err (2315570839)
[19:50] <ewiget> I have removed the file to force redownload, still get the same message
[19:52] <stf^rocklinux> either the checksum in the package .desc file is simply wrong, or the content of the download has changed (but not it's name)
[19:54] <ewiget> having used gentoo for a few years now, I know that is perfectly possible.
[19:55] <stf^rocklinux> I'm just checking the download I have...
[19:56] <stf^rocklinux> btw. the livecd ISO is located here http://iso.rocklinux.de/rock-ftp/official/test-releases/
[19:56] <stf^rocklinux> hm, my download has the cksum that's also in the .desc file
[19:57] <ewiget> thanks for your help.  Im not necessarily a noob, but will probably be hanging out here while I play with rock since I am currently unemployed
[19:57] <ewiget> does your checksum also fail?
[19:58] <stf^rocklinux> no, the file I've downloaded some time ago has the "correct" checksum
[19:58] <stf^rocklinux> I'll download the file again and compare old and new ones 
[19:58] <ewiget> I will try to manually download it and do the compares.
[20:02] <stf^rocklinux> btw. np.  and feel free to hang out here as you like
[20:02] <ewiget> In may, there were some tetex bugs reported to bugtraq for other distro's, so maybe its an updated package but not updated checksum
[20:04] <stf^rocklinux> yes that's quite possible. If my new download has the same checksum I'll update the .desc file accordingly.
[20:07] <ewiget> does it use md5sum for checksum?  If so, here is the one I just downloaded - 4e4300d280b56823c42f590e40ef6701  tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.bz2
[20:09] <stf^rocklinux> no, it uses cksum on uncompressed archives (for .tar.bz2 e.g. bunzip2 < "$x" | cksum | cut -f1 -d' ')
[20:10] <stf^rocklinux> ok, so I get the same cksum as you for the download from the original URL...
[20:11] <stf^rocklinux> let's just see what the differences are...
[20:15] <ewiget> probably gonna be just a bad download....then I will feel stupid since the fix would have been a manual download and copy the file to download/mirror/t/
[20:16] <stf^rocklinux> it's not a bad download, since the cksums on your and my download are the same!
[20:18] <stf^rocklinux> btw. you can simply rename download/mirror/t/tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.gz.cksum-err to download/mirror/t/tetex-texmf-3.0.tar.gz, and rerun scripts/Download so that the files is re-compressed as .bz2.
[20:19] <ewiget> o.k., will try that and see what happens
[20:23] <ewiget> if I stop this build and then change the config for cross compile, can I just restart the build over or do I need to do a cleanup first?
[20:26] <stf^rocklinux> you'll have to wipe the build first with ./scripts/Cleanup -full build/<build-ID>, or use a different config name
[20:26] <stf^rocklinux> you can e.g. cp -a config/<cfg1> config/<cfg2> 
[20:27] <stf^rocklinux> and then ./scripts/Build-Target -cfg <cfg2>
[20:28] <ewiget> guess I have been doing this wrong all along then, cause each time I have built this, I always use the same config files - I am learning a lot here...vbg
[20:29] <stf^rocklinux> when the <build-ID> changes (e.g. when changing the target or architecture in a config), then another build/ subdirectory will be used automatically
[20:30] <stf^rocklinux> and if it doesn't exist already, the build will start from zero.
[20:32] <ewiget> I have to step out for a few minutes, but when I get back I am going to stop this build and start over.  Mostly just curious if anything else errors while I am gone.
[20:33] <ewiget> almost forgot, the entire reason why I am doing this build is that I am going to do an article for the Maysville Linux Users Group on how to customize a linux installation, based on rock linux build.
[20:34] <stf^rocklinux> nice :)
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[20:49] <th> finally back home
[20:51] <stf^rocklinux> wb
[20:51] <th> that was a to warm journey
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[22:21] <blindcoder> re
[22:25] <blindcoder> ewiget: you might be interested in the {un,}packiso.sh scripts, too, then
[22:25] <blindcoder> ewiget: http://scavenger.homeip.net/~blindcoder/ROCK/
[22:25] <blindcoder> ewiget: they've been discussed on rock-devel malinglist but no decision had been reached
[22:25] <blindcoder> ewiget: you can use them to unpack a ROCK LiveCD, then change it to your hearts content, and then repack it
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