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#1 Re: Creating/Maintaining Packages » Telegram-desktop produces segmentation fault error. » 2019-06-28 19:04:37

Thanks !

So, I think the problem seems basically solved here on the Archlinux32 side. I just thought to ask here as I saw the reference 'arch32' on the packager information.

#2 Re: Creating/Maintaining Packages » Telegram-desktop produces segmentation fault error. » 2019-06-28 15:15:29

I'm on i686. And the packages with segmentation fault are telegram-desktop-1.7.9-3.0-i686.pkg.tar.xz and telegram-desktop-1.7.10-5.0-i686.pkg.tar.xz.

The latter one came with the recent system update. I hoped, that after system update and the new version will fix this issue but no, they both give the same error.
Interestingly it throws the segmentation error after registering and logging, when it attempts to load some kind of contents to the final window.

The binay from https://telegram.org/dl/desktop/linux32 works well and they both have the same version number 1.7.10. But when I compare the binary sizes the one from Telegram is 110649K and the one from repo is 51649K. Maybe this bigger one have some libraries included into binary and the problem is caused by the dependency ?! In such case you are right, the problem probably will go away after some system updates. I am on Manjaro32.

#3 Creating/Maintaining Packages » Telegram-desktop produces segmentation fault error. » 2019-06-28 10:37:41

mocambo
Replies: 6

$ telegram-desktop
QApplication: invalid style override passed, ignoring it.
    Available styles: bb10dark, bb10bright, cleanlooks, gtk2, cde, motif, plastique, qt5ct-style, QtCurve, Windows, Fusion
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

Same time downloaded binary from desktop.telegram.org works well. Here (https://github.com/telegramdesktop/tdesktop/issues/5221) they recommend to contact with the package maintainer in case of this error.

Thanks !

#4 Re: Creating/Maintaining Packages » How can I see PKGBUILD's of packages in repository ? » 2017-12-17 22:52:40

There is also an other solution for future purposes for consideration. Namely compiling icu with -–disable-renaming option. This helps to avoid all that version number mess. Recently Libreoffice-still had similar icu version problem.

http://userguide.icu-project.org/design … el-Library

#5 Re: Creating/Maintaining Packages » How can I see PKGBUILD's of packages in repository ? » 2017-12-17 15:24:25

Thanks, that helped much.

But now I suspect that you have still the same problem with xerces-c 3.2.0-2 in archlinux32 repo. It still built against icu 59 instead icu 60.

https://forum.manjaro.org/t/xml-securit … es-c/36548

#6 Creating/Maintaining Packages » How can I see PKGBUILD's of packages in repository ? » 2017-12-16 19:53:53

mocambo
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Namely I interested to see the build options of icu and xerces-c packages.

Thanks !

#7 Re: Creating/Maintaining Packages » community/opensc planned building schedule » 2017-11-22 16:48:57

Yes, AUR package was the alternative solution I previously considered.

Anyway, thats clear now. Thank you !

#8 Re: Creating/Maintaining Packages » community/opensc planned building schedule » 2017-11-22 16:32:31

The crucial changes for ID-cards were performed here
https://github.com/OpenSC/OpenSC/pull/1158

And when I pulled from https://github.com/OpenSC/OpenSC, these patches were already available there. I dont know much about opensc versioning, maybe it's ok to release 0.17.0-2 (as the current one is 0.17.0-1) ?

But in same time the link to sources provided https://github.com/OpenSC/OpenSC/wiki doesn't have these patches.

#9 Creating/Maintaining Packages » community/opensc planned building schedule » 2017-11-22 16:02:07

mocambo
Replies: 5

What is the planned schedule for rebuilding opensc package ?

I dont know if this a right place for my question. Starting from November some electronic ID-cards don't work with current opensc 0.17.0 package (built on 06. Sept. 17) anymore. For now there are patches already available in git and are merged to master branch. I think for first it's easier to ask here for planned schedule, before starting to compile temporary build.

Thank you !

#10 Re: Installation » What happens to my current programs after migration to Archlinux32: » 2017-10-03 19:07:18

Thanks Andreas, your reply was promising.

The most important to me was, that after performing new mirrors / full update the core of the machine still boots up and brings Xfce session to the display. This means that Achlinux32 is already almost ready to serve transitions. In one point i will do it as well.

#11 Installation » What happens to my current programs after migration to Archlinux32: » 2017-09-29 22:19:21

mocambo
Replies: 3

Hi !

Currently I'm using Manjaro. It is still unclear to me, what exactly happens to my current programs after replacing repositories and performing full update. Does my programs upgrade, downgrade or stay intact ? I know that repostitories don't overlap, so for example does pacman remove existing programs that do not exist in Archlinux32 repo ?

Thank you in advance !

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