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commit 913a973623fa9d71da00d2150fe980fa38ccc8bd
Author: VÖRÖSKŐI András <voros...@frugalware.org>
Date:   Tue Jul 6 17:07:44 2010 +0200

docs/upgrade.txt: openssl related changes

With openssl bump we have also removed some packages from FST
but not all of them has its exact replacement so add some
guidelines for users to help system upgrade.

diff --git a/docs/upgrade.txt b/docs/upgrade.txt
index 1a45259..ae8ee62 100644
--- a/docs/upgrade.txt
+++ b/docs/upgrade.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,8 @@

== Preamble

-The aim of this howto is to show how you can upgrade a Frugalware-1.1
-(Getorin) system to Frugalware-1.2 (Locris).
+The aim of this howto is to show how you can upgrade a Frugalware-1.2
+(Locris) system to Frugalware-1.3 (Haven).

== pacman-g2

@@ -14,13 +14,13 @@ install it:
# pacman-g2 -Sy pacman-g2
-----

-//== Removing obsolete packages
-//
-//Some software has been marked as obsolete in Getorin. To remove them:
-//
-//----
-//# pacman-g2 -Rd pygobject-gvfs gst-plugins-bad-x264
-//----
+== Removing obsolete packages
+
+Some software has been marked as obsolete in Getorin. To remove them:
+
+----
+# pacman-g2 -Rd pident ctorrent farsight gst-plugins-farsight 
libjingle-tapioca libchipcard2 libchipcard3 bitswash
+----

== Upgrading the system

@@ -28,33 +28,7 @@ Now it's time to upgrade the system itself:

----
# pacman-g2 -Su
-:: Replace bluez-libs with frugalware/bluez? [Y/n]
-:: Replace fast-user-switch-applet with frugalware/gdm? [Y/n]
-:: Replace frugalrledit with frugalware/gservice? [Y/n]
-:: Replace nuvola with frugalware/kdeartwork? [Y/n]
-:: Replace dbus-qt3 with frugalware/kdebase-workspace? [Y/n]
-:: Replace kdeaddons with frugalware/kdeplasma-addons? [Y/n]
-:: Replace libungif with frugalware/libgif-libungif? [Y/n]
-:: Replace perl-xml-libxml-common with frugalware/perl-xml-libxml? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-magictouch with frugalware/xf86-input-keyboard? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-microtouch with frugalware/xf86-input-keyboard? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-calcomp with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-digitaledge with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-dmc with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-elo2300 with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-jamstudio with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-magellan with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-palmax with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-spaceorb with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-summa with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-tek4957 with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-input-ur98 with frugalware/xf86-input-mouse? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-video-cyrix with frugalware/xf86-video-geode? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-video-via with frugalware/xf86-video-openchrome? [Y/n]
-:: Replace xf86-video-vga with frugalware/xf86-video-vesa? [Y/n]
-:: Replace lbxproxy with frugalware/xorg-server? [Y/n]
-:: Replace proxymngr with frugalware/xorg-server? [Y/n]
-:: Replace liblbxutil with frugalware/xorg-server? [Y/n]
+FIXME - replaced pkg list
----

You will be asked to replace the above packages automatically.  These
@@ -64,75 +38,49 @@ just hit ENTER).
After this, the list of to-be-upgraded packages is displayed. Just hit
enter and wait. Make some tea, it can take a while. :-)

-//== Installing replacement packages
-//
-//In case you removed anything in section 3, now you can install the
-//replacement packages:
-//
-//----
-//# pacman-g2 -S gst-plugins-ugly-x264
-//----
-
-== Kernel-Mode Setting
-
-If you are not using an Intel or a Radeon video card (kernel module
-names: i915 and readeon), then just skip this section.
+== Installing replacement packages

-KMS is enabled by default in Locris for Intel and Radeon cards.
+In case you removed anything in section 3, now you can install the
+replacement packages:

-KMS stands for Kernel-Mode Setting, more
-http://kerneltrap.org/node/8242[here].

-If you upgrade and you just reboot, you will have a blank framebuffer,
-but once X comes up, you will have a working system. To avoid this
-situation you have to edit your `/boot/grub/menu.lst` and remove the
-`vga=791` (or similar) kernel parameter from the kernel command line.
-That way you will have a similar framebuffer as before.
+=== ctorrent, bitswash ===

-If you did not have a `vga=` line before (because you manually removed
-it) and now you are angry about having a framebuffer, you can add
-`i915.modeset=0` to the kernel command line and you will no longer have
-a framebuffer.
+Those projects are abandoned. Just look for an other bittorrent client
+in the tree. Those can be: rtorrent, deluge, btg, libtorrent-rasterbar
+to mention some of them.

-== UDev config files
-
-We used to have all rules under `/etc/udev/rules.d`, but nowadays only
-the configfile-like rules (network interface naming, etc) ones are
-there, the rest lives under `/lib/udev/rules.d`. Because of this, we
-moved the `/etc/udev/rules.d/50-udev.rules` file to
-`/lib/udev/rules.d/50-udev-default.rules`. It's possible that the old
-`/etc/udev/rules.d/50-udev.rules` file is still there, if you have drm
-problems, please check if you need to remove it.
+----
+# pacman-g2 -S deluge
+----

-== KDE 4.x upgrade
+=== pident ===

-KDE has been upgraded from the old 3.x series to the new 4.x one. This
-is a major change, multiple parts of the Software Compilation has been
-completely rewritten, and as a result, sometimes the old configuration
-files are not parsed completely. So be warned, it's expected that you
-need to re-configure a few of your favorite KDE applications before they
-are ready to work again.
+No replacement for this package. You should not use it anyway.
+http://www.clock.org/~fair/opinion/identd.html

-== DHCP client 5.x upgrade
+=== farsight, gst-plugins-farsight, libjingle-tapioca ===

-We shipped the DHCP client daemon 3.x series in Getorin and now we
-updated to 5.x in Locris. This includes a major internal dhcpcd rework,
-but there should be no big incompatibility on the user side. (See
-http://roy.marples.name/projects/dhcpcd/wiki/DhcpcdHistory[here] for a
-more detailed history.) Minor issues may appear, for example if you do
-not want dhcpcd touch your `/etc/resolv.conf` file, and you used the
-following directive in a `netconfig` profile:
+farsight2, gst-plugins-good and gst-plugins-bad are the replacements
+here. Farsight2 will install the others as well.

----
-dhcp_opts = -R
+# pacman-g2 -S farsight2
----

-now you need:
+=== libchipcard2, libchipcard3 ===

+These libraries are very old. None of your packages should depend on them,
+so use libchipcard package instead of these.

-----
-dhcp_opts = -C 20-resolv.conf
-----
+//== KDE 4.x upgrade
+//
+//KDE has been upgraded from the old 3.x series to the new 4.x one. This
+//is a major change, multiple parts of the Software Compilation has been
+//completely rewritten, and as a result, sometimes the old configuration
+//files are not parsed completely. So be warned, it's expected that you
+//need to re-configure a few of your favorite KDE applications before they
+//are ready to work again.

== The reboot
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