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#1 Re: Pacman / Pacman Upgrades » libsasl (2.1.27-1.0) breaks dependency 'libsasl=2.1.26'/ by cyrus-sasl » 2019-02-14 05:30:53

ah, yes, I see - the move cyrus-sasl is also too old ... the right one is still stuck on the build list, I'll have a look why that is the case.


#3 Re: Kernel & Hardware » How to install linux-ck without compiling? » 2019-02-13 05:42:35

I see two possibilities there:
Either compile the packages you need yourself from aur (preferably with devtools32 from [releng] on or ask the maintainers of linux-ck if they are willing to provide i686 packages, too.


#4 Re: Pacman / Pacman Upgrades » libsasl (2.1.27-1.0) breaks dependency 'libsasl=2.1.26'/ by cyrus-sasl » 2019-02-13 05:37:30

hmm, I'll need to check a few lines in the buildmaster - it appears, that the version information was ignored.
I moved cyrus-sasl* to stable

#6 Re: Creating/Maintaining Packages » extra/firefox » 2019-02-10 09:10:31

I'll give it a try - but that machine does not have too much ram (it must be an i686 vm to allow for skipping systemd-nspawn) - andreas: do you have a slave running on i686 with 3-4GB RAM? Then you could try to build with "-s :without_systemd_nspawn:"

#7 Re: Mirrors » Online Mirrorlist » 2019-02-10 08:58:08

I fixed reflector - abaumann, I'll look into why you don't have push rights ... you should now have the necessary rights.

btw: we moved to, but$subdir/ should now be$subdir/ for certain subdirs (e.g. mirrors, buildmaster)

sry for the trouble - I didn't have these urls in mind when migrating.

#8 Re: Creating/Maintaining Packages » extra/firefox » 2019-02-08 05:38:12

jonathon wrote:

Could your build host be running out of RAM?

That's possible for some, but not all build slaves.
E.g. nlopc46 and nlopc43 have 64 and 32GB memory respectively.
I can schedule firefox on one of those to make sure it was tried to build there.

Any other options I need to set on the host?

#9 Re: Creating/Maintaining Packages » extra/firefox » 2019-02-07 05:20:10

there are builds scheduled and failing
I didn't have a look into them yet, sry


#10 Re: Mirrors » Online Mirrorlist » 2019-02-04 21:02:16

That was me. Your mirror appeared inactive and I sent you an email on 2018-10-03 but got no response, so I just assumed you moved along. Thus I removed the mirror from the mirrorlist.

I reverted that commit now.


#11 Re: System Administration » Ruby 2.6 Rubygems error » 2019-02-02 07:16:41

pacman -Qlp (or pacman -Ql) is the cleaner way to look at the included files: rubygems.rb is not included and was not included in ruby-2.5. Something else seems to be the problem, but I don't know (yet) what.


#12 Re: System Administration » getting many audit log entries from crond » 2019-01-31 06:16:20

rossboulet wrote:

When you mention rules, are you referring to logwatch rules or are there rules somewhere for what gets journaled?

yes, logwatch rules.
Have a look in /usr/share/logwatch/scripts/services/ - and put modifications thereof into /etc/logwatch/scripts/services/


#13 Re: System Administration » getting many audit log entries from crond » 2019-01-31 05:39:02

What command do you run by cron?
Does that also happen when you run the command manually?

logwatch sees much stuff as "unmatched" on my system - usually I add rules to ignore that noise
to 1&2 I cannot say much as you didn't mention the command which is being executed.


#14 Re: Installation » Advice for partitioning a new 1 TB hard disk » 2019-01-31 05:35:52

A new hard disk often accelerates the system a lot - especially if you happen to changed from a hard disk to an ssd. smile

#15 Re: Pacman / Pacman Upgrades » [SOLVED] pacman update broke postfix » 2019-01-25 05:31:27

yeah, my mistake - I meant postfix. courier (actually "courier-mta") is another email server ... I got confused at that late hour.

#16 Re: System Administration » [SOLVED] After last update VLC won't start anymore: skins2 interface.. » 2019-01-24 22:28:14

andreas_baumann: is this something we should run on the package by default?

#17 Re: Pacman / Pacman Upgrades » [SOLVED] pacman update broke postfix » 2019-01-24 22:25:49

ah, damn, courier also needed to be moved from testing to extra - what else depends on libmariadbclient which I'm missing here?

#18 Re: Pacman / Pacman Upgrades » [SOLVED] pacman update broke postfix » 2019-01-24 16:56:57

hmm, upstream does not _have_ libmariadbclient - just replace it by mariadb-libs, I just removed libmariadbclient from the repositories, too.

#19 Re: Pacman / Pacman Upgrades » [Solved] Updating Linux kernel/firmware » 2019-01-24 05:50:16

the canadian mirror is no longer active - remove it and _then_ update the mirrorlist wink

#22 Re: Creating/Maintaining Packages » community/rust » 2019-01-20 18:01:40

Thanks for the fix!

I'm not sure, but afaik: reproducibility does not mean, that you must not update incrementally - you simply need to "define" what packages are required for building ...

jonathon: do you have some intermediate package around, so we can skip some steps of the bootstrapping?


#24 Re: Announcements » libreadline was moved too early » 2019-01-14 19:32:52

yeah, the logic is not error-free, it seems - in the past I was always assuming human (=mostly my) error: you can overrule the buildmaster's logic ("force").
regarding holding back a move: the bugtracker is (=should be) considered for that! ... but again, it can be overruled by --force

P.S.: no offense taken

#25 Re: Announcements » libreadline was moved too early » 2019-01-14 15:19:00

I meant "the buildmaster" moved - not "I" (or anybody else) moved ...
This is really strange, as the dependencies are all there and recognized in our mysql database sad

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