Trouble with building packages in F16: The moc has changed too much

2011-08-01 Thread Richard Hughes
In F16 and rawhide the PackageKit koji build is failing with This file was generated using the moc from 4.7.2. It cannot be used with the include files from this version of Qt. (The moc has changed too much.) when it gets to building the PackageKit-qt library. See

Re: Trouble with building packages in F16: The moc has changed too much

2011-08-01 Thread Richard Hughes
On 1 August 2011 15:24, Jaroslav Reznik jrez...@redhat.com wrote: It's not very good idea to ship pre-generated moc files, better to autogenerate them during the build-time. PackageKit is using automake, so it's a little bit more difficult but possible, check for example [1]. Right, I *think*

Re: Trouble with building packages in F16: The moc has changed too much

2011-08-02 Thread Richard Hughes
On 2 August 2011 14:54, Laurent Rineau laurent.rineau__fed...@normalesup.org wrote: Yes. MOC files are generated files like .o files. The difference is that it is generated *source* files. MOC files are with a version of Qt is not guaranted to be usable with another one x.y.z, even if only the

Re: Default services enabled

2011-08-19 Thread Richard Hughes
On 19 August 2011 13:35, Steve Grubb sgr...@redhat.com wrote: All security guidance says turn off or get rid of avahi. We really don't want to require it just to print. Then security is flying in the face of usability. Richard. -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org

Re: Default services enabled

2011-08-23 Thread Richard Hughes
On 23 August 2011 01:32, Lennart Poettering mzerq...@0pointer.de wrote: This is something we should set for a number of services which never should get network access, like upower, dbus, or colord. As the upstream for two of those, what do I need to do? At the moment both upower and colord are

Re: Default services enabled

2011-08-23 Thread Richard Hughes
On 23 August 2011 12:01, Lennart Poettering mzerq...@0pointer.de wrote: I'll blog about it and use colord as an example. I'll ping you when I have done that. Legend, thanks. Richard. -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/devel

Re: Default services enabled

2011-08-24 Thread Richard Hughes
On 24 August 2011 01:35, JB jb.1234a...@gmail.com wrote: ...do not expect them to accept your sick world domination drive ...and this is why some upstream developers have unsubscribed from fedora-devel list. Ever wonder why people like David Zeuthen unsubscribed? People like you. I'm also ---

Duplicate provides for provides for perl(DynaLoader)

2011-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
Not really a big problem, but I got this in my daily updates check: (zif:836): Zif-WARNING **: found multiple provides for perl(DynaLoader) ~ : (zif:836): Zif-WARNING **: 1. perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker-6.57.5-187.fc16.noarch (updates-testing) (zif:836): Zif-WARNING **: 2.

Re: Duplicate provides for provides for perl(DynaLoader)

2011-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
On 7 September 2011 16:31, Jesse Keating jkeat...@j2solutions.net wrote: It is intentional that both the base perl package and the split off package provide the same things, they are expecting n-v-r ordering to sort it out. Sure, but I couldn't see why something that is involved with creating

Re: submitters +1ing their own packages

2011-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
On 7 September 2011 01:02, Adam Williamson awill...@redhat.com wrote: Is this a Bodhi bug? Or does FESCo expect voluntary compliance / case-by-case enforcement of this policy? I'm guilty of this too; when I file an update that's not getting enough karma (after a few weeks) then I give it a spin

Re: aggregation of gnome tools

2011-09-08 Thread Richard Hughes
On 8 September 2011 05:03, Joachim Backes joachim.bac...@rhrk.uni-kl.de wrote: gnome-tweak-tool Current, high level. gconf-editor Legacy. dconf-editor Current, low level. gconftool-2 Legacy. gnome-session-properties Kinda current. Richard -- devel mailing list

Re: submitters +1ing their own packages

2011-09-08 Thread Richard Hughes
On 8 September 2011 03:13, Andre Robatino robat...@fedoraproject.org wrote: If a packager repeatedly submits +1 for updates which turn out later couldn't possibly have worked in actual testing, then their karma privileges could be revoked. Makes sense to me. Richard. -- devel mailing list

libmash API bump

2011-09-13 Thread Richard Hughes
I'm intending to build a new version of libmash in rawhide. The only user I'm aware of is gnome-color-manager, which I'll also also rebuild. Thanks, Richard. -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/devel

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-16 Thread Richard Hughes
On 16 September 2011 18:43, seth vidal skvi...@fedoraproject.org wrote: having different tools is not acceptable. Especially when one of them is not even remotely covering the use cases of our actual users. Installing 205 new i686 packages when updating the system is not acceptable. I think

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-16 Thread Richard Hughes
2011/9/16 Miloslav Trmač m...@volny.cz: How about the 1126 members of the packager group - i.e. most of us - that would have to create and maintain packages compatible with two different systems? That's nonsense, sorry. Zif is quite capable of using the same metadata as yum and performing the

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-16 Thread Richard Hughes
On 16 September 2011 20:07, Jef Spaleta jspal...@gmail.com wrote: A methodology I could use to then verify suboptimal performance of any number of depsolving policies for myself in my own testing. This is what I've come up with already:

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-16 Thread Richard Hughes
On 16 September 2011 20:02, Richard W.M. Jones rjo...@redhat.com wrote: Is Zif a SAT solver? No, but I've been playing a few times with libsatsolver in the past year or so. We could really use a SAT solver to replace the current yum depsolver. SAT is pretty awesome, and there are some pretty

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-16 Thread Richard Hughes
On 16 September 2011 20:32, Jef Spaleta jspal...@gmail.com wrote: local: the package installed Yup, the installed store. remote: the available provider(s) that satify the transaction requirements? The packages available in remote stores. transaction: command performed Yup. config: system

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-16 Thread Richard Hughes
On 16 September 2011 20:46, Jef Spaleta jspal...@gmail.com wrote: Are you sure you didn't cut it down so much that you are hiding problems that your depsolving rules don't solve well?   Did you throw out someone's baby with all that bathwater? Perhaps I did; the tests were made intentionally

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 September 2011 02:36, Kevin Kofler kevin.kof...@chello.at wrote: So you came up with this really complex heuristic in a vain attempt to always do the right thing without requiring changes to the packages, and now it does a completely wrong thing which would be straightforward to avoid,

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 September 2011 10:38, Richard W.M. Jones rjo...@redhat.com wrote: Yeah, it looks possible. The very fact that you're exposing a C API and a library is a promising start, even if it didn't yet do specifically what I needed. Would it be easier if I provided a GIR file so you can just use

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 September 2011 11:05, Richard W.M. Jones rjo...@redhat.com wrote: I don't mind as long as it's callable from other languages (either using generated bindings like GIR or using hand written bindings). I've just pushed: commit 4132eb5a40e1a6a85358e96f7adfd3cf56e8ef3f Author: Richard Hughes

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 September 2011 11:59, Rahul Sundaram methe...@gmail.com wrote: I think zif needs to be command line compatible and support delta RPMs The former should work pretty well. If I've missed any obvious aliases yell and I'll add them. The latter is 80% implemented, but I don't use delta-rpms

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 September 2011 13:56, Kevin Kofler kevin.kof...@chello.at wrote: Richard Hughes wrote: And Python too, I suppose? Sure. I'd welcome any python dudes to write a small program in examples/ just to test if the GIR annotations are complete enough. Richard. -- devel mailing list devel

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-18 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 September 2011 23:06, Jef Spaleta jspal...@gmail.com wrote: zif as packaged in F15 is returning with Zif in F15 is a really old version, and F16 is the first release where I'm going to support zif. The latest upstream release is 0.2.3 and I think the version in F15 is much older than that

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-18 Thread Richard Hughes
On 18 September 2011 19:22, Panu Matilainen pmati...@laiskiainen.org wrote: I'm talking about means of having all the rpm-related tools use the same abstract dependency resolution algorithm though an API. Whether that is /in/ rpm, or something that rpm itself /uses/ (and possibly further

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-19 Thread Richard Hughes
On 19 September 2011 01:46, Kevin Kofler kevin.kof...@chello.at wrote: Well, looks like we also need a rebuild of PackageKit-zif against the new soname (libzif.so.3, the package in F15 is built against libzif.so.2), so I think the repo is the best solution if we want people to be able to test

Re: how to have yum prefer one dependency over others

2011-09-19 Thread Richard Hughes
On 19 September 2011 17:41, Jef Spaleta jspal...@gmail.com wrote: I've installed this zif from koji and I'm still not able to complete a zif install paprefs transaction with realworld F15 configured public repository set, whereas all the yum based tools: yum. repoquery etc... complete as

Re: F-16 suspends my *desktop* after 30 minutes at the gdm , making it impossible to ssh in

2011-10-03 Thread Richard Hughes
On 1 October 2011 12:02, Hans de Goede hdego...@redhat.com wrote: I would like to suggest to change the default power policy to never suspend while on AC power. That's what it was supposed to be, but due to an oversight on my part the wrong keys were being set. I've fixed this upstream in

Re: F-16 suspends my *desktop* after 30 minutes at the gdm , making it impossible to ssh in

2011-10-04 Thread Richard Hughes
On 3 October 2011 08:57, Richard Hughes hughsi...@gmail.com wrote: That's what it was supposed to be, but due to an oversight on my part the wrong keys were being set. I've fixed this upstream in https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=660395 -- which will of course be included in 3.2.1

Re: Subject: IMPORTANT: Mandatory password and ssh key change by 2011-11-30

2011-10-12 Thread Richard Hughes
On 12 October 2011 17:44, Kevin Fenzi ke...@scrye.com wrote: All existing users of the Fedora Account System (FAS) at https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts are required to change their password and upload a NEW ssh public key before 2011-11-30. I have to upload a *new* public key? Why

Re: PackageKit vice shell

2011-10-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 16 October 2011 19:00, JB jb.1234a...@gmail.com wrote:  pk-command-not-found [OPTION...] We fixed this quite a long time ago. Perhaps upgrading to F15 or F16 might be a good idea? Richard. -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org

Re: why do I need colord?

2011-11-08 Thread Richard Hughes
2011/11/7 Michał Piotrowski mkkp...@gmail.com: Out of curiosity I wanted to ask, why do I need colord on my system? Checkout http://www.freedesktop.org/software/colord/ for details about the project. Richard. -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org

Re: A software center for Fedora

2011-11-29 Thread Richard Hughes
On 25 November 2011 23:31, Rex Dieter rdie...@math.unl.edu wrote: These?  app-install (and friends) still pending review it seems, https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=488962 https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=488968 If the objections truly have been dropped, I'd be happy to

hughsie AFK for two weeks

2010-08-11 Thread Richard Hughes
-desktop if it's really important. Thanks. Richard Hughes -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/devel

Re: yum appmarket

2010-08-29 Thread Richard Hughes
On 19 August 2010 16:46, seth vidal skvi...@fedoraproject.org wrote: Yesterday someone was talking about installing apps in fedora and how it was hard to figure out what to install/try b/c there were too much STUFF in fedora. They suggested an ‘app store’ like functionality. I explained that

Re: yum appmarket

2010-08-29 Thread Richard Hughes
On 29 August 2010 15:07, seth vidal skvi...@fedoraproject.org wrote: I realized after this that I don't even need it the pkgTags db that we already generate has the information needed b/c all the apps are tagged with 'Application'. So no separate program is needed to generate the app metadata

Linux and application installing

2010-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
Linux has traditionally shown the user packages to update and install, which is great for administrators, but sucks hard for end users. How many times have you been prompted with an update list that asks you to decide whether to update something you have no idea about[1]? Mo illustrated[2] a few

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
On 7 September 2010 12:57, Rahul Sundaram methe...@gmail.com wrote: Thoughts on making the software center less distro specific?  Couldn't the UI be grafted on top of the PK api? app-install is completely distro-neutral. GNOME PackageKit and KPackageKit get the same kind of data from

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
2010/9/7 Miloslav Trmač m...@volny.cz: Um, do I understand this correctly that e.g. a kernel update usually won't get installed because it belongs in system infrastructure and few packages depend on kernel? By default, all updates will be selected, even those in the system infrastructure

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
On 7 September 2010 14:11, seth vidal skvi...@fedoraproject.org wrote: okay - I'll bite - why do we want to make it less distro-specific? For the same reason as pirut and pup were replaced. Fedora is *not* a big enough ecosystem to drive fully localized and feature rich user experiences. Working

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
On 7 September 2010 14:39, seth vidal skvi...@fedoraproject.org wrote: Except we don't seem to do that. Over half of all commits to PK are from you. The next closest committer has 6% of commits. If I exclude the backends and translations then PK is written almost exclusively by you. I'm not

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
On 7 September 2010 15:23, James Antill ja...@fedoraproject.org wrote:  Are you having any discussions about applications like postfix, or is version 2 going to be just GUI stuff? Postfix is not an application. Applications have translated desktop files and icons.  I assume you have a plan

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
On 7 September 2010 16:39, James Antill ja...@fedoraproject.org wrote:  However this is very much the same problem as a user trying to find sql server and getting results like voms-mysql-plugin etc. If you intentionally ignore this problem, it just means even more work in the long term as we

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
On 7 September 2010 17:20, Nicolas Mailhot nicolas.mail...@laposte.net wrote: ??? This was done 100% Fedora-side (not that I mind if it were adopted by other distros) Incorrect. It was done on the Fedora transifex instance, but I know from fact that a few of the translators are from other

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-07 Thread Richard Hughes
On 7 September 2010 17:32, Matthias Clasen mcla...@redhat.com wrote: And BTW a request at the time was to extend it with font previews to get a font store (because for fonts, gfx preview is really relevant and not eye candy) and it never happened :( If you send a patch it might ! A patch

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-08 Thread Richard Hughes
On 8 September 2010 13:16, Adam Williamson awill...@redhat.com wrote: First off, I think this is a great idea and very much needed, thanks for working on it. Cool, thanks. Some positive feedback at last! Too... much... stop... energy... On the cross-distro front, is Canonical / Ubuntu

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-09 Thread Richard Hughes
On 9 September 2010 09:52, Nicolas Mailhot nicolas.mail...@laposte.net wrote: It needs works both packagekit-side and font packaging side, but there is absolutely no way I'm going to expand energy on pushing the packaging changes through FPC other font packagers if there is no buy-in

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-13 Thread Richard Hughes
On 13 September 2010 08:36, Hans de Goede hdego...@redhat.com wrote: But Adam is not the only one I love this idea too! And I would like to think there are other silent admirers of this idea too! Cool, thanks. I've even considered taken the review for the app data package and approving it,

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-13 Thread Richard Hughes
On 13 September 2010 21:49, James Antill ja...@fedoraproject.org wrote: So Seth spent half a day implementing a proof of concept: http://skvidal.wordpress.com/2010/08/19/fedora-app-market-proof-of-concept/ Translations? Icons? Offline queries? Co-operating with other distros? Formal database

Re: Plan for tomorrow's FESCo meeting (2010-09-14)

2010-09-13 Thread Richard Hughes
On 13 September 2010 20:42, Kevin Fenzi ke...@scrye.com wrote: If you would like to add something to this agenda, you can reply to this e-mail, file a new ticket at https://fedorahosted.org/fesco, e-mail me directly, or bring it up at the end of the meeting, during the open floor topic. Could

Re: Meeting summary/minutes from today's FESCo meeting (2010-09-14)

2010-09-15 Thread Richard Hughes
On 14 September 2010 23:01, Kevin Fenzi ke...@scrye.com wrote: 21:33:35 nirik The other 2 items I had were: 21:33:56 nirik application installer issues 21:33:57 nirik https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=488968 21:34:04 nirik and 21:34:05 nirik BuildIdBuild infrastructure 21:34:06

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-16 Thread Richard Hughes
On 16 September 2010 09:57, drago01 drag...@gmail.com wrote: Lets say we ever want to implement this https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=612628 (or any similar feature in another upstream project) without a cross distro way to get the application data (icons, names, etc. ) it would be

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-16 Thread Richard Hughes
On 16 September 2010 20:05, Colin Walters walt...@verbum.org wrote: Personally I'd much prefer some nice asynchronous GObject API somewhere for this, rather than parsing SQLite directly.  PackageKit seems like as good a place as any for this. app-install in git master has a GObject library,

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 September 2010 08:01, FlorianFesti ffe...@redhat.com wrote: Can someone please elaborate a bit what pieces of information are really needed? The .desktop files as a whole? Information we use in app-install: TABLE translations: STRING application_id Name of the desktop file, with no

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 September 2010 13:36, Arthur Pemberton pem...@gmail.com wrote: Wouldn't that require the tool to download every package just to get the embedded information. Yes, that's what my generator tool does. Of course, it only downloads the packages that contain .desktop files (which we can tell

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 September 2010 15:28, Bill Nottingham nott...@redhat.com wrote: Not if it's provided in the RPM header in a way where it can be easily stuffed into the metadata or a similar place. Bear in mind: 'n' applications per package, where 'n' can be a large number. This means you have to come up

Re: Linux and application installing

2010-09-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 September 2010 16:39, FlorianFesti ffe...@redhat.com wrote: open the payload and unpack the content of the desktop files... I got told by infrastructure this would take too much bandwidth and too much time to do on each compose. Apparently the link between the machine doing the compose and

Re: Fedora backports repo? (Was Re: PostgreSQL 9 for F14?)

2010-09-23 Thread Richard Hughes
On 23 September 2010 08:37, drago01 drag...@gmail.com wrote: Well this cycle there was on the way to gnome3 and back situation, which caused a lot of churn (even upstream). For what it's worth, the GNOME will we, won't we on a few different issues (GApplication, GTK3, etc) has cost a lot of

docbook and glibc breakage?

2010-09-27 Thread Richard Hughes
All three of my newly released GNOME 2.32.0 projects failed to build on koji (f14) today: http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/getfile?taskID=2491737name=build.log http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/getfile?taskID=2491754name=build.log

Re: docbook and glibc breakage?

2010-09-27 Thread Richard Hughes
On 27 September 2010 19:58, Jaroslav Skarvada jskar...@redhat.com wrote: The character class must be inside bracketed expression, thus double brackets, please see man grep. The new grep-2.7 checks for this common fault: Right, but you could argue it's a regression as the behavior changed.

Re: docbook and glibc breakage?

2010-09-27 Thread Richard Hughes
On 27 September 2010 21:04, Jesse Keating jkeat...@j2solutions.net wrote: Unless this change was made in f14. That is not acceptable for f14 at this stage. I'm using dist-f14. Richard. -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/devel

Re: docbook and glibc breakage?

2010-09-30 Thread Richard Hughes
On 28 September 2010 18:06, Kevin Kofler kevin.kof...@chello.at wrote: Bill Nottingham wrote: Exactly... this is way late to be introducing this into Fedora 14. Any reason it can't be held for F15? (Bug filed to this effect.) The old behavior of that expression is not what the code probably

Review request please (required for PackageKit)

2010-10-01 Thread Richard Hughes
Could someone please review this package please: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=631763 I need it as a dependency in the next version of PackageKit. I can bribe with beer if required. Thanks. Richard. -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org

Re: Review request please (required for PackageKit)

2010-10-01 Thread Richard Hughes
On 1 October 2010 13:24, Michal Schmidt mschm...@redhat.com wrote: I've taken it for review. Thanks dude. Richard. -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/devel

Re: Command not found misfeature

2010-10-02 Thread Richard Hughes
On 2 October 2010 09:51, Richard W.M. Jones rjo...@redhat.com wrote: ..., then (sometimes, not always) displays some sort of error[1]. Yes, it's fixed upstream, apologies. There's a new release on Monday which will be pushed to F14. Richard -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org

Re: docbook and glibc breakage [STILL BREAKING EVERYTHING]

2010-10-04 Thread Richard Hughes
On 4 October 2010 11:32, Jaroslav Skarvada jskar...@redhat.com wrote: You can force grep-2.7 to silently process it (above mentioned way, same as with older greps) by setting POSIXLY_CORRECT environment variable. But all such REs are probably typos Dude, that's so not the point. I have a f14

Re: Making Fedora work with laptops on docking station with external monitor

2010-10-05 Thread Richard Hughes
On 5 October 2010 05:30, Orion Poplawski or...@cora.nwra.com wrote: Are we really stuck with gdm/kdm/lxdm/...dm implementing it? No, I think what we need to do is to teach GPM how to turn off the internal panel when docked and with the lid closed. The only missing piece is for the kernel to

Re: Making Fedora work with laptops on docking station with external monitor

2010-10-05 Thread Richard Hughes
On 5 October 2010 09:55, FlorianFesti ffe...@redhat.com wrote: Sorry for my may be naive question: Why do we need to know if we are docked or not. Isn't there exactly the same situation if the external Monitor is directly connected to the laptop? If there is an external monitor and the lid is

Re: Command not found misfeature

2010-10-05 Thread Richard Hughes
On 2 October 2010 11:23, Richard Hughes hughsi...@gmail.com wrote: On 2 October 2010 09:51, Richard W.M. Jones rjo...@redhat.com wrote: ..., then (sometimes, not always) displays some sort of error[1]. Yes, it's fixed upstream, apologies. There's a new release on Monday which will be pushed

Re: xulrunner 2.0 in rawhide (F15) bundles several system libs

2010-10-05 Thread Richard Hughes
On 5 October 2010 15:51, Brandon Lozza bran...@pwnage.ca wrote: It really wouldn't be a fork at all. From what I can tell it's a build flag that can be enabled or disabled and automatically takes out the trademark and copyright artwork. People just don't want to remove the branding because

Re: Any progress in Software Center in Fedora effort?

2012-10-05 Thread Richard Hughes
On 5 October 2012 16:19, Jiri Eischmann eischm...@redhat.com wrote: 1) Software Center based on PackageKit by Matthias 2) Light Software Center - a new app based on PackageKit from the beginning 3) Apper already supports AppStream [2] Basically, Fedora needs to ship Appstream metadata and

Re: The GNOME 3.6.1 Megaupdate

2012-10-16 Thread Richard Hughes
On 16 October 2012 15:11, Kalev Lember kalevlem...@gmail.com wrote: If anybody wants to add builds to the GNOME 3.6.1 update, now is the time to do it. Like usual, please use the spreadsheet: Cheers for doing this. I'm off until next week on paternity leave, so I really appreciate you wrangling

Re: Anaconda is totally trashing the F18 schedule (was Re: f18: how to install into a LVM partitions (or RAID))

2012-10-30 Thread Richard Hughes
On 30 October 2012 18:45, Adam Williamson awill...@redhat.com wrote: so if were to try and switch back to oldui at this point, we'd have to go through the whole process of adjusting the code for the changes to dracut again, quite apart from any other issues. I don't understand how fixing up

Using snapper for OfflineSystemUpdates

2012-11-14 Thread Richard Hughes
In https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/OfflineSystemUpdates we've implemented doing the package updates at first-boot time. This makes a lot of the hard-to-fix problems a lot easier. The question then becomes, how do we make the OS Update process even smarter? A simple check would be to see if

Re: Using snapper for OfflineSystemUpdates

2012-11-14 Thread Richard Hughes
On 14 November 2012 16:27, Bill Nottingham nott...@redhat.com wrote: If you're using the yum backend, it already has support for this via a plugin. Yes, I'm using yum but this problem applies for other distros too. snapper's just a wrapper around the other commandline tools, right? We do

Splitting out PackageKit-Qt -- help required

2012-11-26 Thread Richard Hughes
I'm here asking advice. PackageKit used to ship subpackages of PackageKit-glib, PackageKit-glib-devel, PackageKit-qt, and PackageKit-qt-devel amoung others. Upstream PackageKit-Qt has been split out into another separate project as it had different API and ABI promises to PackageKit-glib and it

Re: Splitting out PackageKit-Qt -- help required

2012-11-26 Thread Richard Hughes
On 26 November 2012 15:19, Rex Dieter rdie...@math.unl.edu wrote: I'll help with the review, if still needed. Yes please, all help very welcome. I want to get the new version of PK into F18 if possible, as it's got quite a few nice fixes that people want. Imo, the Obsoletes/Provides should

Re: Problem with F17 yum requesting old repodata?

2012-11-27 Thread Richard Hughes
On 27 November 2012 15:22, Zdenek Pavlas zpav...@redhat.com wrote: Or, maybe it's PackageKit, trying to fetch changelogs of updated packages, without updating primary metadata first? Plausible, given PK tries to use a larger cache time than yum by default. Richard. -- devel mailing list

Re: Why samba-client not installed by default?

2012-12-20 Thread Richard Hughes
On 19 December 2012 19:46, Reindl Harald h.rei...@thelounge.net wrote: as example the colord crap pulls X11 deps on servers because you install Imagemagick which is a COMMANDLINE tool in the first front It does? That's a bug if that's true. colord is the simple mapping daemon and doesn't know

Re: [rawhide] colord pulling in 32bit packages on 64bit installs

2013-01-10 Thread Richard Hughes
On 10 January 2013 17:07, Kevin Fenzi ke...@scrye.com wrote: If someone wants to go fix it, please do, otherwise I will later today. ;) Opps, sorry. I've got a little baby to keep amused this afternoon, so If someone could jump in and push a fix with a rebuild I would be very grateful. Thanks.

Re: [rawhide] colord pulling in 32bit packages on 64bit installs

2013-01-10 Thread Richard Hughes
On 10 January 2013 20:23, Kevin Fenzi ke...@scrye.com wrote: It's a archfull package obsoleting/providing a noarch package. We could split out a colord-profiles subpackage (noarch) and make colord dep on colord-profiles if that makes things easier. Richard. -- devel mailing list

Re: [rawhide] colord pulling in 32bit packages on 64bit installs

2013-01-10 Thread Richard Hughes
On 10 January 2013 20:58, Kalev Lember kalevlem...@gmail.com wrote: But the better solution I was thinking of is to split colord packaging into two: one package with the shared library (colord-libs) and another package with the daemon (colord). With a setup like this, only the library

Re: [rawhide] colord pulling in 32bit packages on 64bit installs

2013-01-11 Thread Richard Hughes
On 10 January 2013 23:55, Kalev Lember kalevlem...@gmail.com wrote: It's 'mash' that decides what gets multilibbed. If I read it right, it multilibs packages that install files that match the libdir/*.so.* pattern, plus a number of hardcoded special cases. It's a bit like magic, we'll see how

Something is killing my Koji build

2013-01-11 Thread Richard Hughes
I've tried to build colord for f18 a few times now. It builds locally fine, but when run on Koji it gets killed: make[3]: *** [FOGRA28L_webcoated.icc] Killed It only seems to happen when the print profiles are being created, which do take some time to complete. It probably takes about 20 minutes

Re: Something is killing my Koji build

2013-01-11 Thread Richard Hughes
On 11 January 2013 09:13, Dan Horák d...@danny.cz wrote: I'd say it's the OOM killer in kernel what kills your processes. Do the generators run in parallel? No, serially. I've just submitted a scratch build that uses ulimit -Sv 50 which will cause the profiles to be built in chunks rather

Re: Something is killing my Koji build

2013-01-11 Thread Richard Hughes
On 11 January 2013 10:21, Ralf Corsepius rc040...@freenet.de wrote: builds verbose Good idea. Do I just do this or is there some Fedora macro? @@ -87,10 +91,10 @@ This may be useful for CMYK soft-proofing or for extra device support. --disable-examples \

Re: Something is killing my Koji build

2013-01-11 Thread Richard Hughes
On 11 January 2013 11:32, Ralf Corsepius rc040...@freenet.de wrote: Then its configure script likely honors --disable-silent-rules That works a treat, thanks. In both cases, it's worth contacting upstream to tell them about the harmfulness of silent make rules Well, I am upstream :) When I'm

Re: Candidate packages for removal due to FTBFS, implications

2010-01-15 Thread Richard Hughes
2010/1/15 Matt Domsch matt_dom...@dell.com: ohm-0.1.1-9.39.20091215git.fc11.src.rpm https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=539200 This should be a dead package, upstream is no longer being maintained. Richard. -- devel mailing list devel@lists.fedoraproject.org

Re: Draft privilege escalation policy for comments

2010-02-01 Thread Richard Hughes
On 30 January 2010 07:33, Kevin Kofler kevin.kof...@chello.at wrote: The current PackageKit policy in F12 updates still allows upgrading (as opposed to installing or removing, not sure about downgrading, does PackageKit even support that?) No, PackageKit won't let you downgrade a package. Is

Re: KDE-SIG meeting report (05/2010)

2010-02-02 Thread Richard Hughes
On 2 February 2010 15:12, Sebastian Vahl deadbaby...@googlemail.com wrote: * setroubleshoot introduced a hard dependency on gnome-packagekit (#561001) * The dependency should be made generic or setroubleshoot has to be removed from KDE spin. Is it just a dep on the PackageKit session API? If

Re: LD Changes To Implicit DSO Linking Update

2010-02-09 Thread Richard Hughes
On 8 February 2010 22:46, Kevin Kofler kevin.kof...@chello.at wrote: As a result, you'll be causing dozens of FTBFS bugs just before the feature freeze. I think this is entirely the wrong time in the release cycle to do such a change, if it is done at all. I've been fixing upstream projects

Re: LD Changes To Implicit DSO Linking Update

2010-02-09 Thread Richard Hughes
2010/2/9 Parag N(पराग़) panem...@gmail.com: when one of my package fails to build? Should I ask upstream to hardcode required DSO names in Makefile or we need to modify CFLAGS in %build section? Most of the time upstream (myself included) just forgets to add a library at the end of the LDADD

Re: Color Management Test Day Thursday 2010-02-18

2010-02-17 Thread Richard Hughes
On 17 February 2010 01:48, Dariusz J. Garbowski thufo...@yahoo.co.uk wrote: Features/ColorManagement describes per-screen / per-output support. I have a dual monitor setup here (potentially even triple-monitor if I could setup SurroundView with on-board Radeon and discrete Radeon card). I

Re: FESCo wants a more sane updates policy (feedback requested)

2010-02-27 Thread Richard Hughes
On 26 February 2010 22:54, Kevin Fenzi ke...@scrye.com wrote: - If stable pushes were more restricted, perhaps that would get us more  testing? If someone required a newer version and could easier  install/test from updates-testing and provide feedback, don't we all  win? Perhaps we could have

Re: [Guidelines Change] Changes to the Packaging Guidelines 04/09 - 02/10

2010-03-04 Thread Richard Hughes
On 3 March 2010 21:45, Tom spot Callaway tcall...@redhat.com wrote: Here are the list of changes to the Fedora Packaging Guidelines: I've done some updates, and now rpmlint reports: argyllcms.spec: W: no-cleaning-of-buildroot %install argyllcms.spec: W: no-buildroot-tag Does rpmlint need an

Re: Fedora 13 Alpha Go/No-Go Meeting: 2010-03-04 @ 01:00 UTC Recap

2010-03-04 Thread Richard Hughes
On 4 March 2010 13:17, Kevin Kofler kevin.kof...@chello.at wrote: But of course the GNOME spin works (for some definition of works, they also have a PackageKit issue which was declared not a blocker – For the record, it is a yum-langpacks issue. If you're running an up to date gnome-packagekit

Re: Fedora 13 Alpha Go/No-Go Meeting: 2010-03-04 @ 01:00 UTC Recap

2010-03-05 Thread Richard Hughes
On 4 March 2010 19:59, Kevin Kofler kevin.kof...@chello.at wrote: I think we really need to be more conservative about what version of our default updating tool we include in our releases (and in fact pushing PackageKit 0.6 as a post-release enhancement update once the issues with it are

sos update causing PackageKit to barf

2010-03-08 Thread Richard Hughes
The latest sos update is not signed: [hugh...@hughsie-t61 packages]$ rpm -qp sos-1.9-1.fc12.noarch.rpm warning: sos-1.9-1.fc12.noarch.rpm: Header V3 RSA/SHA256 Signature, key ID 57bbccba: NOKEY This causes PackageKit to barf. How come this update was pushed without a signature and all the other

Re: sos update causing PackageKit to barf

2010-03-08 Thread Richard Hughes
On 8 March 2010 10:59, Michael Schwendt mschwe...@gmail.com wrote: That means you don't have the key installed: This is a fresh F13 pre-alpha spin, updated last a few days ago. $ rpm -Kv sos-1.9-1.fc12.noarch.rpm sos-1.9-1.fc12.noarch.rpm:    Header V3 RSA/SHA256 signature: OK, key ID

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