pkgsrc-HEAD DragonFly 2.3.1/i386 2009-06-01 02:14

2009-06-06 Thread Hasso Tepper
pkgsrc bulk build report


DragonFly 2.3.1/i386
Compiler: gcc

Build start: 2009-06-01 02:14
Build end:   2009-06-06 04:38

Full report: 
http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~hasso/pbulk-logs/20090601.0214/meta/report.html
Machine readable version: 
http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~hasso/pbulk-logs/20090601.0214/meta/report.bz2

Total number of packages:   8820
  Successfully built:   7999
  Failed to build:   369
  Depending on failed package:   127
  Explicitly broken or masked:   263
  Depending on masked package:62

Packages breaking the most other packages

Package   Breaks Maintainer
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sysutils/libgtop  17 pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
print/cups13 j...@pkgsrc.org
lang/sun-jre15 8 pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
lang/sun-jre14 8 pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
textproc/py-xml7 droch...@netbsd.org
security/libpreludedb  5 shanno...@netbsd.org
graphics/GeometryKit   5 pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
security/openvas-libraries 4 adri...@netbsd.org
security/nessus-libraries  4 pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
graphics/libv4l4 tech-multime...@netbsd.org

Build failures

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audio/bmp-macpkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
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audio/gogo   pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
audio/gtkpod s...@netbsd.org
audio/libao-nas  pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
audio/libvisual0.2-plugins   pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
audio/moc-devel  peter.schul...@infidyne.com
audio/sndpkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
audio/wsoundprefspkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
benchmarks/iozonepkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
benchmarks/lmbench   pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
benchmarks/randread  gr...@netbsd.org
biology/py-mol   pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
py26-mol-0.98nb4 pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
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cad/boolean  pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
cad/eagler...@netbsd.org
chat/i2cbjw...@netbsd.org
chat/irchat-pj 1 tech-pkg...@jp.netbsd.org
chat/silc-client-icb s...@netbsd.org
chat/tircpkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
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comms/gammu4 pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
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comms/xtel   bou...@netbsd.org
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devel/gtlpkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
devel/java-subversiong...@netbsd.org
devel/libFoundation2 pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org

Re: pkgsrc-HEAD DragonFly 2.3.1/i386 2009-06-01 02:14

2009-06-06 Thread Hasso Tepper
-Build start: 2009-05-20 10:24
+Build start: 2009-06-01 02:14

-Total number of packages:   8797
-  Successfully built:   7973
-  Failed to build:   371
-  Depending on failed package:   128
+Total number of packages:   8820
+  Successfully built:   7999
+  Failed to build:   369
+  Depending on failed package:   127

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-emulators/bochs  pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
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-graphics/py-matplotlib-tkpkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
+graphics/ruby-clutter-gtk  1 oba...@netbsd.org
-ham/gnuradio-core-docs 1 w...@netbsd.org
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-mail/postfix-current   1 mar...@netbsd.org
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-net/unfs3pkgsrc-us...@netbsd.org
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Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-06-06 Thread Jordan Gordeev

Aggelos Economopoulos wrote:

Jordan Gordeev wrote:
  

It's time public testing of the amd64 port begins.

The code is available in my git repo at
git://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~smtms/dragonfly.git in branches amd64 and
amd64+hacks.
The amd64+hacks branch contains what amd64 contains + some band aid
to keep the system working even when a proper fix to a known problem is
not yet developed.



Great!

  

You can now begin to find and report (and fix) bugs.



Does it work in an emulator and if so, which ones are known to work? Do
you plan to offer a CD image we can install from (not necessarily using
the installer, the old cpdup method is fine at this stage)?

  
It is known to work in qemu. See Matt's instructions for using 
/usr/src/test/amd64.
It should work in any emulator that supports DragonFly. It sure works on 
real hardware.
I do not plan to offer a CD image. I'm unable to imagine the use case. 
The amd64 port is a work in progress, so one should be able to build and 
re-build from source, and the lack of CD image shouldn't be a problem.

Can we build amd64 world and kernel on an amd64 installation?
  
You can. However, I'm yet to test if world and kernel built on amd64 
actually work. :-)




Re: Instant crash with Linux OpenOffice

2009-06-06 Thread Bill Hacker

Matthew Dillon wrote:

:Hi,
:
:I have recently upgraded the root fs to Hammer on one of my machines. Since
:then, I have been unable to run any version of OpenOffice.
:Previously, misc/openoffice2-bin and misc/openoffice3-bin ran fine.
:
:The OS is DragonFly 2.2.2-RELEASE.
:
:The splash screen begins to appear and then OpenOffice crashes with some weird
:errors:
:
:$ soffice
:javaldx: Could not find a Java Runtime Environment! 
:sh: g/,: No such file or directory

:
:$ soffice
:javaldx: Could not find a Java Runtime Environment! 
:sh: -c: line 0: unexpected EOF while looking for matching `''

:sh: -c: line 1: syntax error: unexpected end of file
:
:I'm not sure how to debug this.
:
:-- 
:Francois Tigeot


I've had similar issues with OpenOffice but I have never been able
to figure out what's wrong.  I don't think it is HAMMER per-say, but
instead something related to our linux emulation that is breaking.
It seems to happen more consistently with HAMMER but issues also pop
up with UFS.


OO 2.X also consistently useless on Mac OSX 10.3.9 with all-UFS fs. Shows OO 
splash screen, dies and goes where all responsible bloatware should take itself.


OOS 1.X did work on Mac UFS  10.3.9.

OO 2.X works OK on OSX 10.4 with hfs+ fs.



It could be related to the path prefixing the linux emulation does
to give priority to the emulation directory structure on lookups.

-Matt
	Matthew Dillon 
	dil...@backplane.com


Probably a lot more to it than that I'd point at javishness, but Mac's have 
/* oxymoron warning */ fairly usable java


Bill


AHCI driver port update - working with hot-plug

2009-06-06 Thread Matthew Dillon
The AHCI driver is now working for DISK and ATAPI attachments, and
hot-plug also now works.

All major features except port multiplier support are now operational.

The hot-plug support is very recent and probably needs some tweaking,
but it works with my basic tests.

Port multiplier support is upcoming, I expect to get it written fairly
quickly once I get the PM hardware I've ordered.


TESTING (not for the light hearted)


Both the AHCI and the NATA devices may be specified in kernel builds,
and AHCI can be loaded as a module too which is how I would suggest
people use it for the moment.  That is, you can leave NATA in your
kernel build and load AHCI as a module in /boot/loader.conf:

ahci_load=YES

Note that you must do a full kernel build and install to make sure
everything is in sync.

Your ATA disk devices, for example, 'ad4', will become SCSI disk devices,
for example 'da0'.  You thus need to modify your /etc/fstab and if you
are using a boot + root HAMMER configuration you also need to adjust
the root filesystem mount line in your /boot/loader.conf.

It's fairly easy to get it wrong and for the system to not be able to
find the root mount, in which case carefully specifying it on the
kernel's mountroot line should get you into single-user.

I am particularly interested in systems which have a separate,
traditional non-AHCI ATA device as well as one or more AHCI devices,
I'd like to know that AHCI picks up the AHCI devices and NATA picks
up the non-AHCI devices properly.

-Matt