#archlinux-ports | Logs for 2017-10-12

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[13:50:20] <tyzoid_work> hey deep42thought, the x86_64 endpoint on your mirror worked with the iso building for the -dual iso quite nicely
[13:50:36] <deep42thought> :-)
[13:50:44] <tyzoid_work> What do you think about leaving that, vs building up a package cache locally?
[13:50:56] <tyzoid_work> in terms of complexity/reliability?
[13:51:02] <deep42thought> I'd just leave that and encourage everyone to sync the rest only
[13:51:23] <tyzoid_work> ok. How did you get the folder structure to be the same on both endpoints?
[13:52:28] <deep42thought> its one folder with three symlinks
[13:52:31] <deep42thought> *it's
[13:53:23] <deep42thought> I can add symlinks for testing, staging, gnome-unstable, kde-unstable, community-testing and community-staging, too
[13:53:29] <deep42thought> then it would be complete
[14:07:49] <tyzoid_work> do you have any time today to look at those build artifacts?
[14:08:01] <tyzoid_work> I haven't had a chance to verify them yet
[14:10:12] <tyzoid_work> deep42thought: If you do, the i686 iso will be at https://dl.tyzoid.com when it's done uploading
[14:10:58] <deep42thought> I can have a look in the evening
[14:15:14] <deep42thought> we should unify the whole iso-build-and-publish process at some point
[14:15:47] <deep42thought> e.g. building, signing, uploading to the master mirror, creating of the torrents, update of the website
[14:30:04] <tyzoid_work> yeah. I'll eventually add that into the script
[14:30:40] <tyzoid_work> but I think it'd be cool to have an ISO build site to monitor the build status
[14:31:07] <tyzoid_work> but I can't do that quite yet, since none of my VPSs can run VMs.
[14:31:11] <deep42thought> like a web frontend to the output of the shell script?
[14:31:23] <tyzoid_work> More of a custom jenkins-like interface
[14:31:36] <tyzoid_work> admins can manually trigger a build (possibly with custom config/packages)
[14:31:45] <tyzoid_work> and it would automatically build the official iso once a month
[14:38:14] <deep42thought> sounds interesting, but quite elaborate :-)
[14:41:19] <deep42thought> for now I'd prefer a shell script which runs build.sh, gpg, dopsi's script, uploads the images, runs the update-website script
[14:41:34] <deep42thought> this could be run automatically by a cron job and by hand if necessary
[14:53:10] <tyzoid_work> deep42thought: In that case, I'll probably write a script that calls each of the build-{$arch}.sh scripts, and reruns each if the iso failed to build. After two retries, it would give up on that iso, and send an email.
[14:54:25] <deep42thought> good
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[16:18:08] <Jiikuy> Hello!
[16:18:32] <Jiikuy> Is there a place where i can report outdated packages in the Archlinux32 repos?
[16:42:45] <tyzoid_work> Jiikuy: Here is fine, or on the forum
[16:42:57] <tyzoid_work> Jiikuy: https://bbs.archlinux32.org
[16:43:00] <phrik> Title: Arch Linux 32 Forums (at bbs.archlinux32.org)
[16:43:08] <Jiikuy> ok
[16:44:27] <Jiikuy> the packages libreoffice-fresh and libreoffice-still require the libboost libraries version 1.64.0 but the newest version is 1.65.1
[16:45:12] <Jiikuy> i had to symlink the files to get it work
[17:04:40] <brtln> which isn't even a workaround but pure luck
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[17:34:51] <deep42thought> Jiikuy: do the libreoffice-* packages from testing work for you (out of the box)?
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[17:38:49] <Jiikuy> deep42thought: i will try
[17:39:12] <deep42thought> thanks
[17:39:25] <Jiikuy> how do i get them?
[17:39:58] <deep42thought> the easiest way is to download the package(s) via http and install via 'pacman -U'
[17:40:17] <deep42thought> or you could enable [testing] tmporarily and only install libreoffice-*
[17:40:24] <Jiikuy> ok thanks
[17:40:30] <deep42thought> ah, wait
[17:41:16] <deep42thought> it's in extra now, the update command just finished
[17:42:03] <Jiikuy> ok
[17:49:04] <deep42thought> the broken package is a result of arch's minimal-dependency policy: libreoffice-* depends on libetonyek, which depends on boost-libs. And they were updated in the order 2, 3, 1 - so the bump of boost-libs was not "seen" by db-update for libreoffice
[17:49:23] <deep42thought> at least, that's what I think currently ;-)
[17:55:29] <Jiikuy> :) Thank you for your help!
[17:57:00] <deep42thought> everything works now?
[18:02:51] <Jiikuy> i thought, but as i see the error still occurs - it still crashes because of the boost-libs
[18:03:11] <deep42thought> hmm
[18:04:03] <Jiikuy> and i have the updated version of libreoffice (5.4.2-2)
[18:04:38] <deep42thought> this was built with boost-libs 1.65.1-1 installed
[18:05:49] <deep42thought> maybe, there is a difference between upstream boost-libs for i686 and archlinux32's boost-libs?
[18:05:50] <deep42thought> idk
[18:06:08] <Jiikuy> do you have
[18:06:10] <Jiikuy> sry
[18:06:14] <deep42thought> can you try 'pacman -S boost-libs'?
[18:06:54] <Jiikuy> doesnt work :/
[18:07:16] <tyzoid_work> dang, forum went down 20 mins ago
[18:07:31] <Jiikuy> what version of libboost_system do you have in /usr/lib?
[18:08:08] <deep42thought> I'm not running X on archlinux32
[18:08:21] <deep42thought> and I'm afk for dinner now, sry
[18:08:21] <Jiikuy> oh ok
[18:08:26] <Jiikuy> no problem
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[18:19:17] <tyzoid_work> Jiikuy: What does pacman -Qs boost give you?
[18:19:31] <tyzoid_work> !give Jiikuy ptpb
[18:19:33] <phrik> Jiikuy: “<command> 2>&1 | curl -F c=@- https://ptpb.pw” OR “curl -F c=@path/to/a/file https://ptpb.pw” OR install community/pbpst
[18:44:21] <Jiikuy> tyzoid_work: it gives me boost and boost-libs, both version 1.65.1-1
[18:45:12] <tyzoid_work> Jiikuy: Is this a new arch32 system? Or a migrated one?
[18:45:43] <Jiikuy> I installed with the old arch cd and migrated to arch32 then
[18:46:01] <tyzoid_work> did you pacman -Syyuu?
[18:46:09] <Jiikuy> yes
[18:46:19] <Jiikuy> but i can do it again if it helps
[18:46:25] <tyzoid_work> shouldn't need it
[18:46:31] <Jiikuy> ok
[18:46:42] <tyzoid_work> what does the new libreoffice package report as a dependency?
[18:47:29] <Jiikuy> how can i figure this out?
[18:47:38] <tyzoid_work> pacman -Qi <nameofpackage>
[18:47:39] <deep42thought> I guess it's rather the internal that are wrong, but I have no idea, why it differs from upstream
[18:48:19] <tyzoid_work> deep42thought: I was going to have him check if ldd + pacman -Qi have a discrepency here
[18:48:32] <tyzoid_work> deep42thought: If you have a better idea as to what might be going on, go ahead
[18:48:32] <deep42thought> sounds good
[18:48:37] <tyzoid_work> my lunch break is just about over
[18:48:47] <deep42thought> no, I'm out of ideas (and almost out of the house)
[18:48:53] <tyzoid_work> lol
[18:48:56] <tyzoid_work> heading out?
[18:49:41] <tyzoid_work> Jiikuy: Once the forum comes back up (max 3 hrs from now), post there, and we can continue to take a look at it.
[18:49:47] <tyzoid_work> I'm working with my hosting provider to see what's up
[18:50:06] <tyzoid_work> deep42thought: have fun
[18:50:16] <Jiikuy> ok thank you
[18:50:25] <deep42thought> tyzoid_work: I will :-)
[18:50:27] <deep42thought> thanks
[18:51:01] <Jiikuy> pacman -Qi gives me these dependencies: https://pastebin.com
[18:51:02] <phrik> Title: curl>=7.20.0 hunspell>=1.2.8 python>=3.6 libwpd>=0 - Pastebin.com (at pastebin.com)
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[19:06:06] <tyzoid_work> Jiikuy: What package did you search on?
[19:06:14] <tyzoid_work> Jiikuy: Was that the libreoffice package?
[19:06:45] <Jiikuy> it was libreoffice-fresh
[19:07:52] <tyzoid_work> Jiikuy: Can you paste the full output of -Qi? It's odd that it's not mentioning boost at all
[19:08:18] <tyzoid_work> Jiikuy: Also, please use ptpb instead of pastebin
[19:13:28] <Jiikuy> https://ptpb.pw it's in german, but you should understand it
[19:14:30] <tyzoid_work> wierd
[19:21:08] <tyzoid_work> Jiikuy: Just for completeness sake, can you paste the output of ldd on libreoffice?
[19:33:53] <tyzoid_work> ... host is claiming it's a ddos attack against that server.
[19:34:01] <tyzoid_work> I highly doubt that
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[22:20:19] <tyzoid_work> deep42thought: Forum's back online
[22:20:24] <tyzoid_work> deep42thought: finally.
[22:20:36] <deep42thought> :-)
[22:20:51] <tyzoid_work> deep42thought: Looking to migrate away from my hosting provider within the next 2 weeks, it's been more trouble than it's been worth.
[22:21:18] <deep42thought> it seems to be the same with all of them
[22:21:37] <deep42thought> mine moved my vps to a different host after I complained a lot
[22:21:45] <tyzoid_work> well, the migration would be vps to dedi
[22:21:55] <deep42thought> ok
[22:22:01] <deep42thought> that's an improvement :-)
[22:22:14] <tyzoid_work> yeah. I was talking to rewby about it a few days ago
[22:22:28] <tyzoid_work> my issue is kvm doesn't give much in the way of value for the extra cost
[22:22:39] <tyzoid_work> and on a dedi, I can run whatever I want/create my own vms
[22:23:18] <tyzoid_work> only thing I need to figure out is how to effectively create a new vm/machine from my vps backups
[22:23:34] <tyzoid_work> but I suspect that just takes some fiddling around with.
[22:24:00] <deep42thought> yep
[22:24:06] <tyzoid_work> anyway, I'm heading out. Did you have a chance to look at that iso?
[22:24:44] <deep42thought> no, not yet
[22:25:23] <tyzoid_work> ok, no worries. I might have some extra time tonight due to a cancelled meeting
[22:26:12] <deep42thought> you have meetings at night?
[22:26:59] <tyzoid_work> Mondays and Thursdays I take flight training after work.
[22:27:11] <tyzoid_work> Weather considerations have caused for tonight's training session to be cancelled
[22:27:47] <tyzoid_work> plus I have a part time job outside of {$DAYJOB}
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