Re: Proposal: Use Moodin for the KDE splash

2007-02-19 Thread Rex Dieter
Chitlesh GOORAH wrote: On 2/18/07, Rahul Sundaram wrote: Thanks for the suggestion. Added to our KDE spec for Fedora 7 at http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/FeatureFedoraKDE. The final implementation decisions are left to the folks working on it. Moodin is actually being reviewed:

Re: F8 artwork

2007-06-12 Thread Rex Dieter
Chitlesh GOORAH wrote: However, like i said before, we should bear in mind KDE4 is different from KDE3.5. Meaning your work on kde3.5 might not be ported to kde4. +1. F8 will (almost certainly) include kde4, and only skeleton bits of kde3 for compatibility purposes, so I'd recommend not

Re: Fedora's kde custom rubber band (the selection box)

2007-06-27 Thread Rex Dieter
Stefan S. wrote: On Fedora 7 the selection box in kde is blue (just like in gnome). I'm _very_ curios how is this custom rubber band implemented? I've looked in kdelibs, kdebase, kdeartwork, kde-settings, redhat-artwork SRPMs (this is where I expected to find a patch) and couldn't find any

Re: Fedora's kde custom rubber band (the selection box)

2007-06-27 Thread Rex Dieter
Stefan S. wrote: On Wednesday 27 June 2007 14:40:58 Rex Dieter wrote: Stefan S. wrote: On Fedora 7 the selection box in kde is blue (just like in gnome). I'm referring to this: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/preview.php?preview=1id=16962file1=16962-1.pngfile2=16962-2.pngfile3=16962-3

Re: Art Studio Spin?

2007-09-07 Thread Rex Dieter
Nicu Buculei wrote: - there are a few art applications using QT which may be useful: Scribus and Krita (I don't know if Krita can be installed without the rest of KOffice, fwiw, yes, yum install koffice-krita -- Rex ___ Fedora-art-list mailing

Re: Free fonts

2007-10-18 Thread Rex Dieter
Mark wrote: • You may not Sell or Distribute my Fonts for profit or alter the font file(s) [.ttf .fon] in any way without asking me first. I understand your quote but is that a issue? is isn't for a profit and it isn't altering the font files themselve.. The licensing adds restrictions

infinity kde ksplash theme needed

2007-10-19 Thread Rex Dieter
In short, I need the assistance of any able-bodied fedora-artesian to create an infinity conversion/adaptation of png's from /usr/share/apps/ksplash/Themes/Bluecurve /usr/share/apps/ksplash/Themes/Echo from fedora-logos. See also: http://bugzilla.redhat.com/336301 Here's a quick-n-dirty version

Re: infinity kde ksplash theme needed

2007-10-19 Thread Rex Dieter
Rex Dieter wrote: Here's a quick-n-dirty version which lacks a themed version of splash_bottom.png: http://www.math.unl.edu/~rdieter1/Infinity/ Oops, Make that: lacks... of splash_(in)active_bar.png -- Rex ___ Fedora-art-list mailing list Fedora

Re: KDE Splash top

2007-10-24 Thread Rex Dieter
Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek wrote: Let me eat and I'll get to work :) . PS: I don't use KDE but I'm thinking about Moodin based splash screen for F9 (there's no time for such thing for F8). Including additional themes isn't a problem, it's making them the default that you need to be more careful

Re: Infinity 24 for KDE

2007-11-14 Thread Rex Dieter
Laith Juwaidah wrote: I made a small --literally-- script that does that (change the background), it is to be used with KDE's advanced desktop options and the 24 pictures that can be found here[1]. The script itself can be found on my fedorapeople[2]. [2]

Re: Infinity 24 for KDE

2007-11-15 Thread Rex Dieter
Rahul Sundaram wrote: Rex Dieter wrote: Laith Juwaidah wrote: I made a small --literally-- script that does that (change the background), it is to be used with KDE's advanced desktop options and the 24 pictures that can be found here[1]. The script itself can be found on my fedorapeople

kdesktop-infinity-0.2

2007-11-15 Thread Rex Dieter
Rex Dieter wrote: Laith Juwaidah wrote: I made a small --literally-- script that does that (change the background), it is to be used with KDE's advanced desktop options and the 24 pictures that can be found here[1]. The script itself can be found on my fedorapeople[2]. [2] http

Re: KDE4 ksplash: Waves

2008-03-27 Thread Rex Dieter
Pavel Shevchuk wrote: I made Waves splash out of recently posted Waves RHGB, but mizmo said repositioning of Fedora word is bad idea and suggested to make second version (Waves2) with icons on bottom. neat, many thanks. I'll snag this (Waves2) and put it into fedora-logos and marked as the

Re: F9 XFCE

2008-04-07 Thread Rex Dieter
Pavel Shevchuk wrote: shouldn't we have XFCE SIG? yep. -- Rex ___ Fedora-art-list mailing list Fedora-art-list@redhat.com http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-art-list

Re: IAX Phone Icon Request

2008-06-13 Thread Rex Dieter
Máirín Duffy wrote: Hi Stojan, Stojan Dimitrovski wrote: Hello everyone, I'd like to claim the IAX Phone applications icon request from the DesignService. I already finished a 48x48 Tango-standards (some exceptions as to the buttons and darker gradients) icon of the phone (smaller

Re: Echo vs the destkop

2008-09-26 Thread Rex Dieter
Martin Sourada wrote: On Thu, 2008-09-25 at 17:22 -0400, William Jon McCann wrote: Fedora does not equally support QT/KDE applications. And even if we I'd strongly disagree with that. QT/KDE applications has equal love from the KDE SIG as GTK/Gnome from the Desktop team I'm going to give

Re: Echo Icon Theme in F10?

2008-10-13 Thread Rex Dieter
Martin Sourada wrote: Because of the nature of the change it is IMHO possible to make the decision last minute (i.e. around the development freeze). What I'd like to ask you now is the preferred way to decide upon it. fyi, the kde-sig has chosen to *not* use echo (as default) for kde(1) in

Re: Bug 468277 - Solar: progress bar seems out of place

2008-10-24 Thread Rex Dieter
Charlie Brej wrote: Yeah. Could be possible although I will need to ammend the code a little. Jaroslav could you take a few more shots with the bar at different levels so I can get an idea of how it progresses? Here's a quick-n-dirty screencast:

Re: Final artwork for F11, for KDE Spin, deadline final freeze

2009-04-10 Thread Rex Dieter
Jaroslav Reznik wrote: As we are running out of time, I'd like to see if there's a progress with current artwork ... We appreciate your hard work but we really need it ASAP to work on it... Here's the deal for the KDE Spin: unless there's some usable/final artwork available by the final

Re: fast repo updates

2006-05-26 Thread Rex Dieter
Mike McLean wrote: This patch allows createrepo to recycle existing metadata so that it only has to scan the rpms that have been changed or added. How is this different than the existing --cachedir option? -- Rex -- Fedora-buildsys-list mailing list Fedora-buildsys-list@redhat.com

Re: mock builds failing under CentOS 4.4 host

2006-09-12 Thread Rex Dieter
Karanbir Singh wrote: Jeff Sheltren wrote: I'm not sure if it was the move to CentOS 4.4 or what, but now my mock builds are failing on CentOS 4.4 hosts where they were working fine a couple weeks ago... patch attached, for mock 0.4, easy to adapt to 0.6, I've not looked at 0.6+ as yet,

Re: [mock] yum = 3.0?

2007-07-07 Thread Rex Dieter
Jeff Sheltren wrote: I noticed when doing some EPEL dependency checking that the newer versions of mock (I'm looking at the spec for 0.7.1-1) have a requires on yum = 3.0 in the spec file. Is there code in newer versions of mock which actually requires yum = 3.0, or should any (~2.2+)

mock not processing /etc/profile.d/*, not a login shell?

2007-12-03 Thread Rex Dieter
With recent versions of mock, (ie, mock-0.8 series), I've noticed change in behavior, seemingly the mockbuild user doesn't include stuff from /etc/profile.d/* (my guess is that it's no longer being treated as a login shell). I mention this because bunch of kde-related packages that once built

Re: mock not processing /etc/profile.d/*, not a login shell?

2007-12-03 Thread Rex Dieter
Michael Schwendt wrote: On Mon, 03 Dec 2007 09:28:43 -0600, Rex Dieter wrote: With recent versions of mock, (ie, mock-0.8 series), I've noticed change in behavior, seemingly the mockbuild user doesn't include stuff from /etc/profile.d/* (my guess is that it's no longer being treated

Re: mock not processing /etc/profile.d/*, not a login shell?

2007-12-04 Thread Rex Dieter
Jesse Keating wrote: On Mon, 03 Dec 2007 12:32:39 -0600 Rex Dieter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is a hack to cater to the I just installed pkg X after logging in, why doesn't my local rpmbuild work? croud. That's all fine and dandy, but I'd much rather not make manual source'ing

Re: mock not processing /etc/profile.d/*, not a login shell?

2007-12-04 Thread Rex Dieter
Jesse Keating wrote: On Tue, 04 Dec 2007 07:55:41 -0600 Rex Dieter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sigh, so can someone come up with a better solution to I want to install pkg foo, where it defines env vars, and pkgs consuming/using pkg foo shouldn't need to know it's implementation details (ie

Re: mock not processing /etc/profile.d/*, not a login shell?

2007-12-04 Thread Rex Dieter
Mike Bonnet wrote: Why not convert qt to use pkg-config like so many other projects do, rather than stuffing build configuration details into my environment, where I don't care about them 99% of the time? qt itself *does* use pkg-config, many qt-consuming apps don't use pkg-config (yet).

Re: gnome trash (UGENT: found problem)

2006-03-08 Thread Rex Dieter
Louis E Garcia II wrote: Seems to occur with user accounts. root is ok. Very strange. It works for me with user accounts. Can you try making a new account and try that? Something must be different with the computers or accounts where it doesn't work. I did some investigating and found that

Re: Grub Fallback -- Is it for real?

2006-03-13 Thread Rex Dieter
Janina Sajka wrote: The grub documentation includes provides kernel failover provisions, but these don't appear to work. http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/html_node/Making-your-system-robust.html#Making-your-system-robust Should I expect this to work? ... Is there some other mechanism

Re: ancient memtest86

2006-03-17 Thread Rex Dieter
Florin Andrei wrote: The version of memtest86 included on the Fedora installer CDs as a boot option is 1.55 while the newest memtest86 is now at version 3.2 Check your facts again (note memtest86 != memtest86+) (-: Now, keeping that in mind, per http://www.memtest.org/ the latest memtest86+

Re: RPM Soft dependencies (Was: Re: Agenda for the 2009-05-26 Packaging Committee meeting)

2009-05-31 Thread Rex Dieter
Horst H. von Brand wrote: This whole soft dependencies idea has been discussed to death numerous times already, and the conclusion has always been that they really don't solve anything. Whoa. That's far from my recollection, which is that most folks (me included) seem to think some variant

Re: Why a multilib wrapper for non-multilib architectures?!

2009-06-13 Thread Rex Dieter
Tom Lane wrote: Personally I don't use multilib wrappers on arches that don't need it; I think not needing extra cases in the wrapper header outweighs the added complexity in the specfile. But I'm not going to tell the gmp maintainer he's wrong for doing it the other way. +1 -- Rex --

Re: Where do i file a bug against the kde-redhat repository?

2009-06-14 Thread Rex Dieter
Yaakov Nemoy wrote: Hey All, As the subject says, i'm looking to figure out where is the accountable place for filing bug reports. For anyone who can apply a quick fix, the repo is missing repo closure, and i can't install the latest KDE beta because PyKDE is out of date. fedora-kde

Re: Heads up: NoArch Sub Packages Feature continues

2009-06-15 Thread Rex Dieter
Seth Vidal wrote: On Mon, 15 Jun 2009, Rex Dieter wrote: Seth Vidal wrote: It's not about the upgrade process. It is only about compare_providers. You have 3 pkgs providing 'foo' foo-1.1.noarch foo-1.0.x86_64 foo-1.0.i386 Which one do you pick on x86_64 or i686? We weight

Re: Localization versus Requires: aspell-en

2009-06-18 Thread Rex Dieter
Chitlesh GOORAH wrote: Hello there, We have some doubt about the Requires: of a default localization. For example, eclipse-texlipse needs aspell https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=506431 By default I chose aspell-en, # For Spell-Check (choosing default : English) Requires:

Re: Odd omission for qt4-devel package

2009-06-26 Thread Rex Dieter
Michael Schwendt wrote: On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 03:05:41 -0500, King wrote: I found a very strange omission for the qt4-devel package. The path to qt4-devel binaries (/usr/lib/qt4/bin) isn't automatically added to $PATH like qt3's are. Additionally, when I removed the qt3-devel package, the

Re: FESCo meeting summary for 2009-06-26

2009-06-28 Thread Rex Dieter
Rahul, I question the point of ... making laundry lists of pros, cons, bugs of desktop X vs Y... I'm sure folks can come up with a similar list of gnome (or other) related negative items, or kde-only features too but I question it's constructiveness. My only comments here: 1. The desktop

Re: FESCo meeting summary for 2009-06-26

2009-06-28 Thread Rex Dieter
Mathieu Bridon (bochecha) wrote: 1. The desktop spin *is* gnome for cryin out loud. Seriously, common sense is just screaming in my head to call a spade a spade. We have a Desktop team. So IMHO the default desktop is what they decide it to be. They are currently focused only on Gnome.

Re: FESCo meeting summary for 2009-06-26

2009-06-28 Thread Rex Dieter
Matthias Clasen wrote: On Sun, 2009-06-28 at 23:35 +0200, Kevin Kofler wrote: Matthew Garrett wrote: The reality is that KDE *is* a second class citizen in Fedora - it doesn't get anywhere near the attention that Gnome does. SARCASMThanks/SARCASM for insulting our (KDE SIG's) work yet

Re: Porting amarok-1.4 to F11

2009-06-29 Thread Rex Dieter
Rex Dieter wrote: Ingvar Hagelund wrote: * Rex Dieter amarok2 supports qtscript (which is why it currently has a dependency on qtscriptbindings) So, it should be possible to access a mounted iPod db in amarok-2.x using qtscript? I'm unfamiliar with programatic access to ipod db's

GraphicsMagick-1.3.x coming to rawhide

2009-07-01 Thread Rex Dieter
Manually, sending to -devel list, while one to -announce sits for moderation... - Up'ing to GraphicsMagick-1.3.x in rawhide, which involves an ABI break. I'll take care of (re)building dependent apps, dvdauthor and koffice. Issue tracked here:

GraphicsMagick-1.3.x coming to rawhide

2009-07-06 Thread Rex Dieter
Up'ing to GraphicsMagick-1.3.x in rawhide, which involves an ABI break. I'll take care of (re)building dependant apps, dvdauthor and koffice. Issue tracked here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=487605 If you're aware of any other deps I missed, please comment or block the

Re: readline update?

2009-07-07 Thread Rex Dieter
Miroslav Lichvar wrote: On Fri, Jul 03, 2009 at 02:48:47PM +0200, Kevin Kofler wrote: Miroslav Lichvar wrote: kdeedu-4.2.95-1.fc12 kdeedu only uses readline in KAlgebra which is GPLv2+ (and only in the command-line version (calgebra) at that), so no problems there. (I also verified that

Re: [pkgdb] libatomic_ops: sharkcz has requested approveacls

2009-07-24 Thread Rex Dieter
Nicolas Chauvet wrote: 2009/7/24 Dan Horák d...@danny.cz: Nicolas Chauvet píše v Pá 24. 07. 2009 v 10:06 +0200: This package was orphaned because libatomic_ops is going to be merged with gc. Do we have a particular rationale about why to continue to maintain it over splitting

Re: F12 mass rebuild status

2009-07-30 Thread Rex Dieter
Jon Ciesla wrote: Many of mine, and others', seem to be due to the new freeglut. Does anyone have any pointers for this, generally speaking? One common issue for at least 2 packages (jasper being one), was that freeglut no longer links libGLU, so if your package uses libGLU symbols, it

Re: kde-4.3.0 coming to F-10, F-11

2009-08-04 Thread Rex Dieter
Christopher Stone wrote: On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 12:53 PM, Adam Jacksona...@redhat.com wrote: On Tue, 2009-08-04 at 13:55 -0500, Rex Dieter wrote: The KDE SIG is now working on KDE-4.3.0-related builds for Fedora 10 and 11 candidate updates. As this requires some buildroot overrides, if your

Re: kde-4.3.0 coming to F-10, F-11

2009-08-04 Thread Rex Dieter
Jesse Keating wrote: It's supported, but there are those of us that feel that it shouldn't be getting version updates, only bug fixes. Just going by the version numbers, 4.2.4 to 4.3.0 seems like a fairly big jump. However it could just be a bugfix rollup, it's hard to tell just by looking

Re: KDE vs. GNOME on F10

2009-08-05 Thread Rex Dieter
Josephine Tannhäuser wrote: KDE 4.3 will come to F11 and F10. It's a cool thing. There aren't updates like this for Gnome. Why not? For the most part, those are hard decisions best left to the discretion of the maintainers in question. -- Rex -- fedora-devel-list mailing list

Re: Mozvoikko doesn't build on F12, please help

2009-08-05 Thread Rex Dieter
Ville-Pekka Vainio wrote: results in `nsISupports::COMTypeInfoint::kIID' referenced in section `.data.rel.ro' of /usr/lib64/xulrunner-sdk-1.9.1/lib/libxpcomglue_s.a(nsGenericFactory.o): defined in discarded section

Re: Fedora 12 Features Proposed for Removal

2009-08-06 Thread Rex Dieter
On 08/06/2009 12:37 PM, Adam Williamson wrote: I think the correct question here is why has a perfectly routine version bump for components included in Fedora been submitted as a 'feature'? I figure it's largely about which items of the distro gets focus marketing-wise. -- Rex --

Re: Broken dependencies in Fedora 11 - 2009-08-20

2009-08-20 Thread Rex Dieter
Rex Dieter wrote: Michael Schwendt wrote: == The results in this summary consider Test Updates! == Summary of broken packages (by src.rpm name

Re: Firmware licence question

2009-08-20 Thread Rex Dieter
Pavel Alexeev (aka Pahan-Hubbitus) wrote: I very want see this driver in Fedora: http://dag.wieers.com/rpm/packages/dkms-tiacx/ This is free and even packaged, so no problem there... May be except what it dkms? But it have not kernel modules (I known what it is not permitted) and built

Re: gwenview - Re: Orphaning packages

2009-08-23 Thread Rex Dieter
Rahul Sundaram wrote: On 08/23/2009 11:18 PM, Michael Schwendt wrote: Doubtful. How much will that save? - A typical problem with KDE apps is that not only they pull in some KDE libraries, the KDE packages come with lots of additional KDE-specific dependencies. Installing: ktorrent

Re: PolicyKit 0.9 is going away

2009-08-28 Thread Rex Dieter
Matthias Clasen wrote: I have been able to port some 10-12 PolicyKit users from 0.9 to 0.90 in a matter of a few days. The KDE sig should really be able to get this port done. We really don't want to ship multiple authorization databases, that way lies confusion and madness. The PolicyKitOne

Re: rpms/kdebase/devel kdebase.spec,1.386,1.387

2009-08-30 Thread Rex Dieter
Rahul Sundaram wrote: On 08/30/2009 10:33 PM, Rex Dieter wrote: Anyway, I'm open to suggestions on how to better achive what we want here. Maybe drop the kde-plasma-folderview dep, and just add to comps instead? FWIW, this is the solution, I prefer. sounds like a winner, done. -- Rex

Re: $PATH

2009-09-09 Thread Rex Dieter
Valent Turkovic wrote: I found out while compiling some apps manually that they are failing because they can't find files, I investigated and found out that the binaries are installed but just not in $PATH. /usr/lib/qt4/bin/ Is this path left out on purpose? Shrug, there's app-qt4

Re: status of forked zlibs in rsync and zsync

2009-09-15 Thread Rex Dieter
Toshio Kuratomi wrote: This would be great if maintainers were willing to fix issues after the fact. Look at rsync -- there's no incentive to fix the library issue at this point because rsync is already in the distribution. We need to fix this lack of incentive for other reasons -- but we

Re: default fonts in Fedora

2009-09-18 Thread Rex Dieter
Colin Walters wrote: On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 3:40 PM, Rex Dieter rdie...@math.unl.edu wrote: As far as I can tell, gnome-desktop doesn't include explicit (default or otherwise) fonts either. I haven't dug through the dependency graph yet, but looking at fedora-livecd-desktop.ks: google

Re: rpms/libXt/devel .cvsignore, 1.11, 1.12 libXt.spec, 1.33, 1.34 sources, 1.12, 1.13

2009-10-13 Thread Rex Dieter
Christoph Wickert wrote: Am Dienstag, den 13.10.2009, 10:21 -0700 schrieb Jesse Keating: On Tue, 2009-10-13 at 22:18 +0530, Parag N(पराग़) wrote: I am confused here. Why this is removed? I still see xt.pc needs those Requires. rpm now autogenerates the pkgconfig requirements, both

Re: Rationale behind _cmake_skip_rpath choice in /etc/rpm/macros.cmake

2009-10-14 Thread Rex Dieter
Theodore Papadopoulo wrote: I would like to understand why the file macros.cmake as distributed in fedora-10 defines: %_cmake_skip_rpath -DCMAKE_SKIP_RPATH:BOOL=ON or just %define _cmake_skip_rpath %{nil} to disable (why it was made a macro, so it's easy to change or override). It's probably

Re: Rationale behind _cmake_skip_rpath choice in /etc/rpm/macros.cmake

2009-10-20 Thread Rex Dieter
Theodore Papadopoulo wrote: There might be some other very good reason for keeping those lines, but I do not see it (Rex ? since you added the lines, maybe you remember what was the motivation ?). I'm convinced to revert, I'll run the change by my fellow cmake maintainers (I think we have

Re: Rationale behind _cmake_skip_rpath choice in /etc/rpm/macros.cmake

2009-10-21 Thread Rex Dieter
Kevin Kofler wrote: Rex Dieter wrote: I'm convinced to revert, I'll run the change by my fellow cmake maintainers (I think we have buy-in from everyone though). Please test that we really don't end up with standard paths like /usr/lib or /usr/lib64 in the rpath of installed executables

Re: The future of rawhide (was [Fwd: Re: What is the Fedora Project?])

2009-10-22 Thread Rex Dieter
Tomas Mraz wrote: We could allow adding numbers after the dist tag in release for this purpose. That is already allowed, and encouraged, for branch-specific modfications, http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging/NamingGuidelines#Minor_release_bumps_for_old_branches -- Rex --

orphaning (eol) gtk-qt-engine

2009-10-23 Thread Rex Dieter
This is to announce my intentions to orphan (and hopefully eol) gtk-qt- engine in fedora. For F-12+, my plan is to allow the new kcm-gtk package to Obsoletes it. It will provide a systemsettings/kcm module to configure gtk theming, but without the problematic Qt gtk engine. See also:

Re: orphaning (eol) gtk-qt-engine

2009-10-23 Thread Rex Dieter
Petrus de Calguarium wrote: Rex Dieter wrote: For F-12+, my plan is to allow the new kcm-gtk package to... provide a systemsettings/kcm module to configure gtk theming When will it be available, even as a testing rpm? I looked in koji and it is not there and yum knows nothing about

Re: orphaning (eol) gtk-qt-engine

2009-10-23 Thread Rex Dieter
Petrus de Calguarium wrote: Petrus de Calguarium wrote: I will give it a try. After a few hours of testing, I see that the font selection works well, but the widget style does not work. I know this is a new program and this is the very first step. Works for me (though you'll have to

Re: orphaning (eol) gtk-qt-engine

2009-10-23 Thread Rex Dieter
Rex Dieter wrote: Petrus de Calguarium wrote: Petrus de Calguarium wrote: I will give it a try. After a few hours of testing, I see that the font selection works well, but the widget style does not work. I know this is a new program and this is the very first step. Works for me

Re: Adding packages to comps.xml

2009-11-02 Thread Rex Dieter
alekc...@googlemail.com wrote: Hi all. I want to add to comps.xml for F10-F13 some optional packages which I not own. To kde-desktop group: kde-plasma-quickaccess kde-plasma-runcommand kde-plasma-translatoid kde-plasma-yawp qt-recordmydesktop skanlite To graphical-internet group: arora

Re: Dependency problems on upgrade from F-11 to F-12

2009-11-09 Thread Rex Dieter
Michael Schwendt wrote: ?? No polkit-qt package set in F-12 anymore, although there are builds in koji. Fixed these in rawhide/cvs (added Obsoletes to kdebase-workspace), will be included in next batched kde update. -- Rex -- fedora-devel-list mailing list fedora-devel-list@redhat.com

Re: Who handles lidclose at login screen?

2009-11-23 Thread Rex Dieter
Orion Poplawski wrote: On 11/23/2009 12:43 PM, Matthew Garrett wrote: On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 12:26:41PM -0700, Orion Poplawski wrote: What is responsible for suspending a laptop when the lid is closed and it is at the login screen? Running kdm and the machine does not suspend. In

Re: rawhide report: 20091128 changes

2009-11-28 Thread Rex Dieter
Rawhide Report wrote: Compose started at Sat Nov 28 08:15:06 UTC 2009 Broken deps for i386 kipi-plugins-0.8.0-3.fc13.i686 requires libcxcore.so.2 kipi-plugins-0.8.0-3.fc13.i686 requires libcvaux.so.2 kipi-plugins-0.8.0-3.fc13.i686 requires libcv.so.2 kipi-plugins-0.8.0-3.fc13.i686

Re: rawhide report: 20091128 changes

2009-11-30 Thread Rex Dieter
Nicolas Chauvet wrote: 2009/11/28 Rex Dieter rdie...@math.unl.edu: Rawhide Report wrote: Compose started at Sat Nov 28 08:15:06 UTC 2009 Broken deps for i386 kipi-plugins-0.8.0-3.fc13.i686 requires libcxcore.so.2 kipi-plugins-0.8.0-3.fc13.i686 requires libcvaux.so.2 kipi-plugins-0.8.0-3

Re: All I want for Christmas is digiKam 1.0 in F12-stable...

2009-12-21 Thread Rex Dieter
Linuxguy123 wrote: digiKam 1.0.0 was released today. I think a lot of us are running 1.0-beta 6 installed via yum. Would it be possible to get 1.0.0 into F12 stable prior to Christmas ? https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/digikam-1.0.0-1.fc12 stable that quickly? I'd feel a bit

Re: Bodhi CA problem

2009-12-31 Thread Rex Dieter
Jussi Lehtola wrote: Hi, for some time now I've been experiencing the following problem with bodhi: $ make update Creating a new update for gromacs-4.0.7-1.el4 gromacs-4.0.7-1.el5 Traceback (most recent call last): File /usr/bin/bodhi, line 360, in module main() File

Re: packages up for adoption

2010-01-05 Thread Rex Dieter
Matthias Clasen wrote: I intend to give up the following packages: libspectre I can help out here. -- Rex -- fedora-devel-list mailing list fedora-devel-list@redhat.com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-devel-list

Re: packages up for adoption

2010-01-05 Thread Rex Dieter
Kevin Kofler wrote: Matthias Clasen wrote: I intend to give up the following packages: [snip] FYI: libexif This is used by a lot of stuff, including kdegraphics (but also WINE and several GNOME packages). indeed, I missed that, can jump on that one too. -- Rex --

Re: Fedora 9 - KDE 4

2008-05-14 Thread Rex Dieter
Lasith Sameera wrote: After waiting for long time today i have install *fedora 9*. But i was unsatisfied with the features it provides. It has nice LOOK * FEEL, but it's functionality is very wee. Any body knows how to over come this issue. Some times i feel fedora 8 better when compare with

Re: Fwd: Re: releasing updates-testing packages without VERIFY votes

2005-09-28 Thread Rex Dieter
Michal Jaegermann wrote: Personally I think that if a release early, release often principle would be applied to Legacy releases too, with a quick re-release to follow for an occasional dud (which happened anyway), we would be much further in the whole project. Hear, hear. Amen brother. If

Re: Which is the last stable kernel for FC2?

2005-10-18 Thread Rex Dieter
thomas Armstrong wrote: About yum, I usually use it to upgrade some programs, but I'm not very confidence to do it with the kernel. I've got the memory problems with a production server. Isn't it too risky? It's safe. It'll only install the new kernel. Your old, working kernel will still

Re: Package Submission?

2005-10-18 Thread Rex Dieter
James Kosin wrote: I would like to know how to submit a package for FC1 to be updated... Of course, not through the normal means of patching the existing version; but, a new build. In particualar, the gcc package I've built for 3.3.6 for FC1. fedoralegacy is only for security updates, not

Re: [FLSA-2005:166941] Updated httpd: rh9 apt metadata stale?

2005-11-10 Thread Rex Dieter
Marc Deslauriers wrote: Red Hat Linux 9: i386: http://download.fedoralegacy.org/redhat/9/updates/i386/httpd-2.0.40-21.20.legacy.i386.rpm I see the packages there, but apt doesn't see it (yet)? $apt-get -q update $apt-cache showpkg httpd Package: httpd Versions:

Re: RPM/YUM/Mach catch-22

2005-12-20 Thread Rex Dieter
John Dalbec wrote: Mach/apt is no longer supported Mach/yum doesn't work unless yum is at least the FC3 version RHL 7.3 libpng-devel is uninstallable using FC3 RPM because FC3 RPM expects versioned dependencies to include the epoch. I don't know whether adding the epoch to the versioned

Re: RPM/YUM/Mach catch-22

2005-12-20 Thread Rex Dieter
Jesse Keating wrote: When no epoch is present, 0 is assumed. Adding epoch 0 shouldn't break anything. Please try this and test within a chroot? Not with rh73's version of rpm. Epoch-less packages are the equivalent of Epoch -1 (ie, Epoch: 0 trumps a lack of Epoch). -- Rex --

mock/rh73

2005-12-20 Thread Rex Dieter
John Dalbec wrote: Mach/apt is no longer supported Mach/yum doesn't work unless yum is at least the FC3 version Speaking of rh73... I've been trying to get mock/rh73 working (hosted on an rhel4 box), but have gotten stuck(*). Anyone have any luck with it? (*) chroot

Re: mock/rh73

2005-12-20 Thread Rex Dieter
seth vidal wrote: On Tue, 2005-12-20 at 14:11 -0600, Rex Dieter wrote: John Dalbec wrote: Mach/apt is no longer supported Mach/yum doesn't work unless yum is at least the FC3 version Speaking of rh73... I've been trying to get mock/rh73 working (hosted on an rhel4 box), but have gotten

Re: Fedora Legacy buildsystem

2006-01-26 Thread Rex Dieter
Dan Williams wrote: Anything that prevents mock/yum/plague from being used to build packages for Legacy will certainly get my attention and some of my time. OK, here ya go: http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-legacy-list/2005-December/msg00060.html -- Rex -- fedora-legacy-list mailing

Re: mock rh73 target

2006-01-27 Thread Rex Dieter
Jeff Sheltren wrote: And some of my time, too! Although I do have mock/plague working with RH7.3 - Rex, if you want to send more details of your problem maybe I can help. As per my original post: http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-legacy-list/2005-December/msg00060.html mock's init

Re: mock rh73 target

2006-01-30 Thread Rex Dieter
Jeff Sheltren wrote: On Jan 27, 2006, at 9:15 AM, Rex Dieter wrote: Jeff Sheltren wrote: And some of my time, too! Although I do have mock/plague working with RH7.3 - Rex, if you want to send more details of your problem maybe I can help. As per my original post: http

Re: X-Chat 2.4.0 to 2.6

2006-03-08 Thread Rex Dieter
Danny Terweij - Net Tuning | Net wrote: From: Rex Dieter [EMAIL PROTECTED] Can someone provide a new version of X-Chat in legacy updates fc3 repo? Probably not. legacy updates is for security and critical bug fixes only. Hmm that sucks. It's prominent on http://fedoralegacy.org/ What

Re: X-Chat 2.4.0 to 2.6

2006-03-10 Thread Rex Dieter
Danny Terweij - Net Tuning | Net wrote: From: Mike McCarty [EMAIL PROTECTED] Are there here people that wants create a *real* legacy-updates repo for NEW versions? Isn't that what FC4 is supposed to be? Where it ends? FC is not a good choice for production. Easy: If you don't like

Re: upgrade from RHL 7.2 to 7.3

2006-03-16 Thread Rex Dieter
Cyril Zlachevsky wrote: I have server runs Red Hat Linux 7.2 Unfortunately version 7.2 support suspended. I'm use apt-get for system updates. My question is - it is safe to upgrade 7.2 to 7.3 by apt-get like this way? Should be. I recall myself doing exactly that many moons ago... (-: --

Re: apt sources.list

2006-03-20 Thread Rex Dieter
Jesse Keating wrote: On Monday 20 March 2006 03:19, Dag Wieers wrote: I'm including the fedora legacy project in this mail to see if they can provide empty repositories in advance so they can be included at all times. I'm toying w/ the idea of dropping apt support as of FC3. With the start

Re: All rpm Commands Hang Indefinitely (RH 9)

2006-07-25 Thread Rex Dieter
Tim Evans wrote: The hang was indefinite; I left it sit all night and shell prompt never returned. Process listing shows 'rpm' still running, even after logging off the terminal; ctrl-c does not kill the process either. Only 'kill -9' will end it. In looking into this, I see all 'rpm'

Re: You Need Fedora Legacy!! Re: [fab] looking at our surrent state a bit

2006-11-06 Thread Rex Dieter
David Eisenstein wrote: Fedora Board, please take heed. Although providing a stable, long-term operating system/environment is *not* one of Fedora Project's stated goals, the practical lifetime of a Fedora release of 1 year (without Legacy to be there to security-maintain them for (at

Re: nails in coffins? Re: Openssl updates

2006-11-30 Thread Rex Dieter
Nils Breunese (Lemonbit) wrote: Unfortunately I will have to be migrating our last Fedora servers over to CentOS even sooner now... I take it, then, that extending Fedora's (supported) life-cycle to 13+ mos isn't sufficient for your needs? -- Rex -- fedora-legacy-list mailing list

[Fedora-legal-list] media metadata parsing/editing

2009-03-23 Thread Rex Dieter
The amarok project includes code that parses metadata/tags for various media formats, including asf, audiofile(?), mp4, rm, wav. no decoding/demuxing is involved. In particular, this affects a new amarok dependency, recently submitted for review, taglib-extras: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/491647

[Fedora-legal-list] Re: media metadata parsing/editing

2009-03-23 Thread Rex Dieter
Rex Dieter wrote: The amarok project includes code that parses metadata/tags for various media formats, including asf, audiofile(?), mp4, rm, wav. no decoding/demuxing is involved. In particular, this affects a new amarok dependency, recently submitted for review, taglib-extras: https

[Fedora-legal-list] Re: media metadata parsing/editing

2009-03-23 Thread Rex Dieter
Rex Dieter wrote: The amarok project includes code that parses metadata/tags for various media formats, including asf, audiofile(?), mp4, rm, wav. no decoding/demuxing is involved. ... I know I asked spot awhile back(1), but I'd like it reviewed publically... (esp for the benefit of amarok

[Fedora-legal-list] Re: modified MIT license in GPLv3+ source

2009-04-11 Thread Rex Dieter
Christian Krause wrote: Any person wishing to distribute modifications to the Software is requested to send the modifications... It's not a requirement, but a request. Imo, is ok. -- Rex ___ Fedora-legal-list mailing list

Re: KDE 4.0 desktop... can I... back to KDE 3.5.9 ?

2008-05-22 Thread Rex Dieter
linuxguy wrote: Is there a way to run KDE 3.5.x instead of KDE4.0 ? Use Fedora 8. -- Rex -- fedora-list mailing list fedora-list@redhat.com To unsubscribe: https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-list

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