[gentoo-dev] Automated Package Removal and Addition Tracker, for the week ending 2008-12-21 23h59 UTC
The attached list notes all of the packages that were added or removed from the tree, for the week ending 2008-12-21 23h59 UTC. Removals: sys-kernel/mips-headers 2008-12-17 05:45:47 kumba x11-themes/gtk-engines-begtk2008-12-18 18:31:24 ssuominen x11-themes/gtk-engines-industrial 2008-12-18 18:31:24 ssuominen x11-themes/gtk-engines-notif2 2008-12-18 18:31:25 ssuominen x11-themes/gtk-engines-thinice 2008-12-18 18:31:25 ssuominen x11-themes/gtk-engines-xenophilia 2008-12-18 18:31:25 ssuominen x11-themes/gtk-engines-icegradient 2008-12-18 18:34:16 ssuominen x11-themes/gtk-engines-lighthouseblue 2008-12-18 18:34:16 ssuominen x11-themes/gtk-engines-mac2 2008-12-18 18:34:16 ssuominen x11-themes/gtk-engines-gtkstep 2008-12-18 18:36:18 ssuominen net-im/gnome-jabber 2008-12-20 21:49:26 darkside x11-libs/xview 2008-12-21 09:03:33 ssuominen sci-chemistry/nmrpipe 2008-12-21 09:03:56 ssuominen media-libs/pablio 2008-12-21 09:04:56 ssuominen Additions: app-admin/eselect-boost 2008-12-16 16:21:07 dev-zero app-dicts/stardict-quick-ru-en 2008-12-16 19:36:33 pva app-text/sdcv 2008-12-16 19:39:34 pva sci-misc/lttoolbox 2008-12-17 00:16:14 anant sci-misc/apertium 2008-12-17 00:32:22 anant dev-util/nvidia-cuda-profiler 2008-12-18 16:30:42 spock dev-python/xlwt 2008-12-19 12:28:39 bicatali dev-perl/Gtk2-WebKit2008-12-19 14:51:18 tove dev-java/jupidator 2008-12-20 04:06:28 serkan media-sound/gbsplay 2008-12-20 18:50:09 ssuominen media-sound/bpmdetect 2008-12-21 17:00:36 ssuominen -- Robin Hugh Johnson Gentoo Linux Developer E-Mail : robb...@gentoo.org GnuPG FP : 11AC BA4F 4778 E3F6 E4ED F38E B27B 944E 3488 4E85 Removed Packages: sys-kernel/mips-headers,removed,kumba,2008-12-17 05:45:47 x11-themes/gtk-engines-begtk,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-18 18:31:24 x11-themes/gtk-engines-industrial,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-18 18:31:24 x11-themes/gtk-engines-notif2,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-18 18:31:25 x11-themes/gtk-engines-thinice,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-18 18:31:25 x11-themes/gtk-engines-xenophilia,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-18 18:31:25 x11-themes/gtk-engines-icegradient,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-18 18:34:16 x11-themes/gtk-engines-lighthouseblue,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-18 18:34:16 x11-themes/gtk-engines-mac2,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-18 18:34:16 x11-themes/gtk-engines-gtkstep,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-18 18:36:18 net-im/gnome-jabber,removed,darkside,2008-12-20 21:49:26 x11-libs/xview,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-21 09:03:33 sci-chemistry/nmrpipe,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-21 09:03:56 media-libs/pablio,removed,ssuominen,2008-12-21 09:04:56 Added Packages: app-admin/eselect-boost,added,dev-zero,2008-12-16 16:21:07 app-dicts/stardict-quick-ru-en,added,pva,2008-12-16 19:36:33 app-text/sdcv,added,pva,2008-12-16 19:39:34 sci-misc/lttoolbox,added,anant,2008-12-17 00:16:14 sci-misc/apertium,added,anant,2008-12-17 00:32:22 dev-util/nvidia-cuda-profiler,added,spock,2008-12-18 16:30:42 dev-python/xlwt,added,bicatali,2008-12-19 12:28:39 dev-perl/Gtk2-WebKit,added,tove,2008-12-19 14:51:18 dev-java/jupidator,added,serkan,2008-12-20 04:06:28 media-sound/gbsplay,added,ssuominen,2008-12-20 18:50:09 media-sound/bpmdetect,added,ssuominen,2008-12-21 17:00:36 Done.
Maybe I should have filed this as a bug, but don't have a clue to which package should I assign it, if any. I was forced to switch baselayout from stable 1.12.11* to 2.0.0, which triggered openrc install etc. I did all that etc , then after some time I noticed that system doesn't respond to PnP events. So I started looking around and have noticed that I have no /etc/init.d/hald and that hal daemon never gets called during boot. Then I tried to find alternate hald starting mechanism, but couldn't find any. I did emerge -pv system | grep hal and noticed that hal damon is not part of the system, but it is part of the world and it gets reemerged if I unmerge it, since 15-something packages depend on it throuh hal use flag. I took a peek at old and new baselayout and all openrc packages in tree I emerged ( 0.3 and 0.4.0). Their tar.bz2 files have nothing even remotely like /etc/init.d/hald Is this a bug or some kind of omission from my part ? Regards, Branko
Branko Badrljica bran...@avtomatika.com posted 494f1518.2020...@avtomatika.com, excerpted below, on Mon, 22 Dec 2008 05:18:32 +0100: Maybe I should have filed this as a bug, but don't have a clue to which package should I assign it, if any. FWIW, this would have been a perfect question for the gentoo-desktop list, but doesn't really belong on the -dev list. There's also the gentoo-user list, altho that one has very heavy volume so you might not wish to subscribe there. I know you didn't know where to post, so this is simply for future reference. Try to keep the -dev list for technical dev discussion, as every post the devs have to deal with here is time they can't be spending on fixing packages. =:^( I was forced to switch baselayout from stable 1.12.11* to 2.0.0, which triggered openrc install etc. I did all that etc , then after some time I noticed that system doesn't respond to PnP events. So I started looking around and have noticed that I have no /etc/init.d/hald and that hal daemon never gets called during boot. Then I tried to find alternate hald starting mechanism, but couldn't find any. I did emerge -pv system | grep hal and noticed that hal damon is not part of the system, but it is part of the world and it gets reemerged if I unmerge it, since 15-something packages depend on it throuh hal use flag. equery belongs /etc/init.d/hald [ Searching for file(s) /etc/init.d/hald in *... ] sys-apps/hal-0.5.11-r4 (/etc/init.d/hald) So did you actually remerge hal? What version? The above hal-0.5.11-r4 is the ~arch version, but -r1 appears to be the latest stable (except for arm and sh, on which 0.5.9.1-r3 is latest stable) and at least my archived binpkg -r1 has /etc/init.d/hald as well. Even my oldest archived hal-0.5.10 binpkg has that file. So if it's not being created when you remerge hal and you aren't running something terribly outdated, I'd say it's time to look up hal bugs, and to file one if necessary. (As above, please post anything further on the topic to the desktop list, which I read as well, to keep the dev list from getting too cluttered. Thanks.) -- Duncan - List replies preferred. No HTML msgs. Every nonfree program has a lord, a master -- and if you use the program, he is your master. Richard Stallman