#archlinux-ports | Logs for 2018-01-01

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[01:20:35] <drathir> happy new year...
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[14:28:21] <abaumann> deep42thought: I tried to build mongodb on 32-bit, but there is just too much forked code in third_party, blacklisted for now.
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[14:32:49] <jelle> abaumann_: iirc we use system boost :)
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[14:41:32] <abaumann> mmh. what about all those local copies of mozjs45, gperftools and stuff?
[14:42:11] <abaumann> mongodb deploys them with certain platform/build folders
[14:44:24] <jelle> abaumann: checked our PKGBUILD?
[14:47:30] <abaumann> I can only see an aarch64.
[14:48:17] <jelle> abaumann: wut?
[14:48:29] <jelle> abaumann: https://git.archlinux.org
[14:48:30] <phrik> Title: PKGBUILD\trunk - svntogit/community.git - Git clone of the 'community' repository (at git.archlinux.org)
[14:48:34] <jelle> # --use-system-asio # https://jira.mongodb.org
[14:48:36] <jelle> etc.
[14:49:50] <abaumann> yeah. but if you don't use --use-system-tcmalloc it will compile a gperftools in third_party.
[14:50:05] <abaumann> and those are not preconfigured for 32-bit.
[14:50:20] <abaumann> I tried to reconfigure them, gperftools comes from 32-bit originally, so no problem.
[14:50:22] <jelle> so you could try using system malloc :)
[14:50:48] <abaumann> I have to dig deeper. :-)
[14:52:44] <abaumann> aarch64: I was checking out, what Archlinux ARM is doing with mongodb.
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[15:50:54] <DarthDepa> Hi guys! I have a little problem installing KDE on my fresh Arch (i686) installation, on a Sony VAIO... I have installed "plasma", "kde-applications", "sddm" and
[15:50:57] <DarthDepa> "xorg-server" packages... When I get the SDDM login screen, I enter the password and it starts to load something... I can see the black screen with KDE central logo and the
[15:51:01] <DarthDepa> mouse cursor... But nothing happens :'(
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[16:04:32] <deep42thought> DarthDepa: can you test the [testing] / [community-testing] packages
[16:04:41] <deep42thought> they're a lot more recent (unfortunately)
[16:25:43] <DarthDepa> Oh yeah! Sure
[16:25:52] <DarthDepa> How I can do that?
[16:26:06] <DarthDepa> Which are the packages that I have to install?
[16:26:47] <deep42thought> just activate testing and community-testing repositories in /etc/pacman.conf
[16:26:50] <deep42thought> and try again
[16:28:16] <DarthDepa> Ok. So u confirm me that I simply have to install only that packages?
[16:28:37] <deep42thought> um
[16:29:06] <deep42thought> plasma sounds about right
[16:29:13] <deep42thought> I'm not 100% familiar with kde, myseld
[16:29:14] <deep42thought> *f
[16:29:52] <DarthDepa> Ok. A suggestion for remove all kde installed packages?
[16:29:53] <deep42thought> but it might be a configuration-thing as well: the sddm doesn't know which desktop to load
[16:29:54] <DarthDepa> lol
[16:29:57] <deep42thought> no
[16:30:08] <deep42thought> no, just pacman -Syu
[16:30:13] <DarthDepa> Ok
[16:30:15] <DarthDepa> ;-)
[16:30:29] <DarthDepa> I can switch back from testing to normal?
[16:30:35] <deep42thought> yes
[16:30:39] <DarthDepa> thanks a lot
[16:30:57] <deep42thought> but keep in mind: our "testing" is compiled from x86_64's stable
[16:31:07] <deep42thought> so it is "more stable" than upstreams testing
[16:31:37] <DarthDepa> AH, okok
[16:31:52] <DarthDepa> I'm tring ;-)
[16:31:57] <DarthDepa> Please, wait
[16:31:58] <DarthDepa> thanks
[16:32:26] <DarthDepa> It will take some minutes
[16:32:29] <DarthDepa> lol
[16:32:48] <deep42thought> np
[16:37:03] <DarthDepa> (while it's updating) I'm very happy about i686 "porting"... I really love arch also on "old" PCs
[16:37:32] <DarthDepa> I'm glad for your work
[16:39:03] <deep42thought> thanks for the kind words
[16:41:07] <deep42thought> If you want to contribute, you can keep the testing repositories enabled and report broken and working packages :-)
[16:41:32] <deep42thought> this way, we can tighten the gap between testing and stable a little more ;-)
[16:41:39] <DarthDepa> :-D Yeah
[16:41:43] <DarthDepa> Sure, I will do that
[16:42:13] <DarthDepa> (still updating)
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[16:51:34] <DarthDepa> deep42thought: I have to write something in .xinitrc?
[16:52:41] <deep42thought> yes
[16:52:49] <deep42thought> at least for fluxbox
[16:52:59] <deep42thought> as I said: I'm not a kde expert ;-)
[16:53:00] <DarthDepa> "exec startkde" ?
[16:53:08] <deep42thought> sounds right
[16:53:10] <DarthDepa> Oh, okok
[16:54:15] <DarthDepa> as for sdd? I don't have anything inside /etc/
[16:54:46] <deep42thought> but you see the sddm login screen
[16:54:55] <deep42thought> so I guess, it's started by its systemd-unit
[16:55:26] <DarthDepa> Okok. So, lets wait for the update end
[16:55:39] <DarthDepa> :-)
[17:01:09] <DarthDepa> Ok, finish.
[17:01:15] <DarthDepa> But nothing change :-(
[17:01:53] <DarthDepa> I can see kde logo on a black screen and the mouse cursor
[17:02:26] <DarthDepa> I can move mouse but nothing else... No bars or icons... nothing
[17:03:02] <deep42thought> hmm
[17:03:11] <deep42thought> sounds like some problem _inside_ kde
[17:03:22] <deep42thought> does XOrg.log say anything?
[17:03:59] <deep42thought> /var/log/Xorg.0.log
[17:04:05] <DarthDepa> Ok, wait
[17:08:21] <DarthDepa> deep42thought: https://pastebin.com
[17:08:23] <phrik> Title: Xorg.log - Pastebin.com (at pastebin.com)
[17:08:23] <DarthDepa> Thanks
[17:09:30] <DarthDepa> I'm not an expert... I can not see something interesting :'(
[17:10:38] <deep42thought> looks totally normal to me, too
[17:11:16] <DarthDepa> Something related with missing packages?
[17:12:21] <deep42thought> someone should complain, but I'm not sure who and where
[17:13:45] <DarthDepa> Ok. For the moment, I can try fluxbox ;-)
[17:13:48] <deep42thought> journalctl looks normal, too?
[17:14:08] <deep42thought> if you're used to kde, then I cannot recommend fluxbox
[17:14:14] <deep42thought> its really slim
[17:14:40] <deep42thought> e.g. "black screen, cursor" is exactly what you will get with fluxbox only
[17:14:46] <DarthDepa> I'm used with GNOME (classic) and KDE on my Arch x64
[17:15:01] <DarthDepa> but this is an old PC, so fluxbox maybe fine for me
[17:15:11] <deep42thought> right
[17:15:25] <deep42thought> but be warned, that you might need to do a lot more configuration in text files
[17:15:47] <DarthDepa> which is your suggestions?
[17:15:50] <DarthDepa> are*
[17:15:57] <deep42thought> fluxbox :-)
[17:16:03] <DarthDepa> eheheheh
[17:16:09] <DarthDepa> and for the theme?
[17:16:26] <deep42thought> load some background image with feh
[17:16:30] <deep42thought> add a slit
[17:16:37] <deep42thought> put conky on the background
[17:16:46] <deep42thought> and that's pretty much all I like, anyway
[17:17:03] <deep42thought> :-D
[17:17:04] <DarthDepa> yeah, sounds good
[17:17:14] <DarthDepa> do you suggest me SDD?
[17:17:36] <DarthDepa> maybe one more "simple"/"minimal"
[17:17:40] <deep42thought> use anything you like for that
[17:18:06] <deep42thought> sdd seems to work for you
[17:18:38] <deep42thought> I'd just avoid the gnome and kde login screens
[17:18:49] <deep42thought> because they pull in a lot dependencies
[17:19:38] <DarthDepa> yeah
[17:20:06] <DarthDepa> How I can completly remove ALL kde stuffs?
[17:21:16] <deep42thought> hmm, dunno
[17:23:06] <deep42thought> just use 'pacman -Rs' for removal
[17:23:15] <deep42thought> and you should also kick out all the dependencies, too
[17:23:42] <deep42thought> regarding the desktop tools, I really have no recipe
[17:31:21] <DarthDepa> Ok. So, thank you so much for your help.
[17:31:26] <DarthDepa> Have a nice day.
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