#archlinux-ports | Logs for 2017-11-01

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[04:18:00] <sdrausty> Hi. Are there any i686 tar.gz image files around.
[04:18:27] <sdrausty> I cannot seem to any.
[04:20:44] <fsckd> what do you mean?
[04:21:43] <sdrausty> fsckd: I working on an Arch installation script.
[04:22:20] <sdrausty> https://sdrausty.github.io
[04:23:51] <fsckd> bear in mind that users of your script can't seek support for it in Arch channels, but as an ARch and Termux user, i am curious.
[04:24:24] <fsckd> concerrning your original question, i don't understand what you are asking for.
[04:25:00] <sdrausty> It works well with arm, aarch64, x86_64 and i am looking for an i686 image, not iso.
[04:26:09] <sdrausty> I have checked the mirrors and can not find a i686boot.tar.gz for arch.
[04:27:03] <sdrausty> Like ArchLinuxARM-armv7-latest.tar.gz for arm, are there any for i686?
[04:28:57] <fsckd> oh, i think i understand your question now. and i have not a clue. but others who would know will hopefully see your question in the backlog and may be will answer in the morning (for them).
[04:30:47] <sdrausty> Thanks fsckd
[04:46:46] <guys> sdrausty: neither Arch Linux nore archlinux32 has had or will have any intentions to provide a tarball for flashing a new system. The installation process involves booting to a live system and installing chosen packages to a mounted disk...
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[04:48:07] <guys> arch arm is a bit of a special case, I guess because people probably don't have a great environment for booting to an arm system and running the installation on yet another drive.
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[06:29:17] <deep42thought> I don't quite understand what would be in sdrausty's tar.gz - would it be the content of the boot image (e.g. the content of arch/x86_64/airootfs.sfs)? Or is it something needed for network booting the system?
[06:35:51] <deep42thought> ah, found it - but I have no idea how it is created
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[08:48:58] <deep42thought> WarheadsSE: How do you create the bootstrap images for arm?
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[13:46:16] <tyz> hey deep42thought, can you add the dual mirror simlinks back for today? I was going to do it with my mirror, but it's down again, and I didn't get a chance to finish the migration last night.
[13:46:29] <deep42thought> https://arch.eckner.net
[13:46:56] <tyz> sweet
[13:47:30] <deep42thought> there is i686, x86_64, arm, armv7h, armv8h and aarch64 :-)
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[14:00:04] <tyz> deep42thought: Lol, was just checking, and I just saw that it's already set for the merged mirror in the mirrorlist.
[14:00:13] <tyz> Is this a post install script added to archiso-dual?
[14:00:15] <deep42thought> I'm lazy
[14:00:32] <deep42thought> the mirrorlist in archlinuxewe has this mirror uncommented
[14:00:59] <deep42thought> the others shouldn't, though
[14:01:15] <tyz> ah, thats probably why.
[14:01:28] <tyz> Regardless, that makes my job easier, since the build-dual script I already wrote should work
[14:01:38] <deep42thought> :-D
[14:01:44] <deep42thought> lazyness^2
[14:01:49] <tyz> the build-i686 is complaining up a storm, though
[14:02:00] <tyz> since my mirror is down, it's getting all sorts of timeout issues.
[14:02:18] <deep42thought> _timeout_???
[14:02:34] <deep42thought> what crazy timeouts have you set?
[14:02:58] <tyz> nah, the vps that runs the mirror is down, so pacman is complaining about not being able to reach it.
[14:03:12] <tyz> the "mirror hasn't responded within 10000ms" timeout thing.
[14:03:24] <deep42thought> ah, I thought, you got timeouts, because you changed to my mirror :-)
[14:03:32] <tyz> nah, yours is rock solid
[14:03:42] <tyz> mine has more problems than holes in swiss cheese.
[14:03:42] <deep42thought> lol
[14:10:55] <tyz> deep42thought: Do we want our own bugtracker for stuff?
[14:11:13] <deep42thought> is it easy to set up/maintain?
[14:11:15] <deep42thought> -> yes
[14:11:20] <deep42thought> else: -> yes, later
[14:11:41] <tyz> depends on if we're fine with a proprietary solution or not
[14:12:20] <deep42thought> why not use flyspray?
[14:12:46] <tyz> iirc there are solutions that host for free for open source projects
[14:13:01] <tyz> flyspray would work fine for me, if you wanted me to set it up.
[14:13:41] <tyz> If you want, you can forward bugs.archlinux32.org to bugs.arch32.tyzoid.com, and I'll set up my end sometime within the next day or so
[14:13:44] <deep42thought> If you're ok with setting up flyspray, I'd prefer that, but my opinion on the topic is not really strong
[14:13:57] * tyz wonders if there's a flyspray docker container
[14:14:15] <tyz> looks like it.
[14:14:22] <tyz> I'll play around with it.
[14:15:06] <deep42thought> dns is set up
[14:16:20] <deep42thought> btw, I put some instructions on the forum on how to semi-automate testing: https://bbs.archlinux32.org
[14:23:26] <tyz> I saw those, but that doesn't report errors, just that the user has packages installed.
[14:23:29] <tyz> right?
[14:23:34] <deep42thought> yes
[14:23:48] <deep42thought> it assumes, when you run the command, that all installed packages are fine
[14:23:57] <tyz> I was just about to ask that
[14:24:11] <deep42thought> I'm currently interested in white lists, not blacklists ;-)
[14:24:14] <tyz> why not have a report-issues and report-good script?
[14:24:27] <deep42thought> but marking a package as faulty might be valuable in the future, too
[14:24:28] <tyz> that way, they can be automanually marked?
[14:24:51] <deep42thought> there is currently no valid package state for a faulty package in *testing
[14:24:55] <deep42thought> but I could introduce that
[14:25:05] <deep42thought> there are only untested and tested packages in testing
[14:25:30] <tyz> or just have report-issues create a ticket in <ticketing_system> with installed packages/uname/etc. already filled out?
[14:26:00] <deep42thought> once we have a bug tracker, I can automatically block packages with open tickets on it
[14:26:14] <tyz> does that require db-level access?
[14:26:35] <deep42thought> at least some dumb would be helpful
[14:26:58] <deep42thought> some php file giving a list of bug titles
[14:26:59] <deep42thought> or similar
[14:27:05] * tyz wonders if flyspray has a rest api
[14:28:00] <tyz> don't see one
[14:31:46] <tyz> deep42thought: I'm at work rn, and can't test the iso until later tonight. if you have some time, let me know, and I'll throw it up for you to look at.
[14:31:54] <tyz> Otherwise, I'll get to it later
[14:32:07] <tyz> i686 is built, -dual had a minor issue to fix
[14:32:21] <deep42thought> sry, I can't access a 32 bit machine at the moment
[14:32:32] <tyz> I just usually boot it in a vm
[14:32:42] <tyz> since my hardware platform is inoperative
[14:38:29] <guys> Yeah, we have a bit of a love/hate relationship with flyspray in the main Arch Linux project. :D
[14:38:54] <deep42thought> guys: any serious issues?
[14:38:59] <guys> CLI access does not exist, certainly
[14:39:07] <deep42thought> hmm
[14:39:54] <deep42thought> do you know if it's possible to extract a list of all bug titles?
[14:41:19] <guys> I don't think so, but with local database access you could write your own interface...
[14:47:17] <tyz> guys: I'm a full stack dev, I'm sure I can write a quick rest API
[14:47:43] <tyz> I just need to investigate the database
[14:47:50] <deep42thought> sounds good
[14:49:37] <tyz> deep42thought: I'm getting a gpg key failure for pacman-mirrorlist on your merged mirror, any ideas?
[14:49:52] <tyz> x86_64, I believe
[14:50:00] <deep42thought> let me check
[14:50:45] <deep42thought> which repository?
[14:51:02] <deep42thought> core has upstream signature from CFA6AF15E5C74149FC1D8C086D1655C14CE1C13E (bluewind)
[14:51:18] <deep42thought> and archlinuxewe has my signature
[14:51:34] <deep42thought> I think, you got the wrong version in the package cache
[14:51:49] <deep42thought> (it's not a good idea to use archlinuxewe before core on any box except mine)
[14:52:45] <tyz> error: pacman-mirrorlist: signature from "Florian Pritz <bluewind@xinu.at>" is invalid
[14:52:45] <tyz> :: File /var/cache/pacman/pkg/pacman-mirrorlist-20171027-1-any.pkg.tar.xz is corrupted (invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature))
[14:53:15] <deep42thought> md5sum ad9117ee671fa38d9c3b66abc41271d9?
[14:53:23] <deep42thought> then it's the package from archlinuxewe
[14:53:40] <tyz> let me check
[14:54:55] <tyz> md5sum is 5ad94c653c97c8b9fcb072b64d675997
[14:56:06] <deep42thought> I can't find this file on my mirror
[14:56:23] <tyz> !ptpb
[14:58:55] <deep42thought> ah, wait
[14:59:02] <deep42thought> this is pacman-mirrorlist32-20170809-1-any.pkg.tar.xz
[15:00:42] <deep42thought> how does that package end up in your package cache under that name?
[15:01:01] <tyz> This is while building the -dual iso
[15:01:48] <tyz> for the x86_64 part
[15:02:16] <WarheadsSE> deep42thought: you missed armv6h ;)
[15:02:30] <deep42thought> WarheadsSE: oh, I did?
[15:03:32] <WarheadsSE> arm (armv5), armv6h (armv6-vfpv2), armv7h (cortex-a7, vfpv3/4 targetted), aarch64 (armv8-a)
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[15:03:58] <deep42thought> ah, right, s/armv8h/armv6h/
[15:04:44] <WarheadsSE> We make tarballs via script, using pacstrap & a few per-machine settings files
[15:05:14] <deep42thought> anything, from which I can fork something for archlinux32?
[15:05:27] <WarheadsSE> I am not sure we have them in a public repo
[15:06:19] <tyz> WarheadsSE: is this similar to the packer script that mainline uses to build x86_64 vagrant boxes?
[15:07:16] <WarheadsSE> tyz: I'd have to look at said script
[15:08:22] <tyz> WarheadsSE: https://github.com
[15:12:01] <WarheadsSE> No, nothing like this, as there are no VMs for ARM
[15:12:54] <WarheadsSE> Similar to the end of https://github.com
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[19:47:48] <deep42thought> hmm, textrels do not seem to prevent packages from being run
[21:17:18] <tyz> deep42thought: https://ptpb.pw
[21:17:47] <tyz> :: rfkill and util-linux are in conflict
[21:17:47] <tyz> ==> ERROR: Failed to install packages to new root
[21:18:17] <tyz> has something changed in the installed package list on the x86 archiso?
[21:18:56] <guys> not at all, and that is the problem.
[21:19:21] <guys> https://bugs.archlinux.org
[21:19:54] <guys> phrik: where are you? :(
[21:19:57] <tyz> guys: Thanks, I'll try the proposed workaround
[21:19:57] <tyz> Removing rfkill from configs/releng/packages.both helped. I get a fresh new ISO after tweaking packages.both file
[21:20:04] <tyz> guys: not in the channel, I'm afraid
[21:20:08] <tyz> and I don't have admin rights to phrik
[21:20:09] <tyz> so
[21:20:13] <tyz> yeah
[21:20:19] <guys> Didn't he used to be, unti he timed out one time?
[21:20:24] <tyz> yeah
[21:20:29] <tyz> at some point he vanished
[21:20:49] <tyz> but over in x86_64-- land, we tend to get forgotten.
[21:21:07] <tyz> or maybe it was x86_64<<1 land.
[21:21:08] <tyz> Not sure
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[21:21:26] <deep42thought> Hi phrik!
[21:21:30] <guys> welcome, phrik
[21:21:40] <tyz> phrik, welcome
[21:21:40] <phrik> Welcome to #archlinux-ports, tell us how you fucked up.
[21:24:05] <guys> demize says he must have been kicked or something
[21:24:31] <deep42thought> https://mirror.archlinux32.oss
[21:35:44] <tyz> deep42thought: can you please use the .org domain when posting mirror links? It'd be great if you could, since I don't usually browse through a system that has that functionality
[21:36:04] <deep42thought> ah, sry, this is in my bookmarks
[21:36:12] <tyz> No problem.
[21:36:15] <deep42thought> I try to remember
[21:56:42] <fsckd> guys: wasn't kicked. quit on 23rd and didn't return.
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