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HOWTO google-chrome current version 32-64

Post#1 by liguero » 03 Apr 2012, 12:51

Make your modules "google-chrome current version" (64 and 32 bit)

A. Introduction :

This script will download the files to the appropriate version of Porteus (32 or 64 bit).
It tries to overcome the file names. In effect they can be changed from one revision to another.
Everything is still based on Slackware 13.37.

The script "chrome32-64.sh" install packages in the temporary directory "g-dir".
It is possible to create the modules in several passes. Files already present will not be downloaded again.

This script uses "slackyd", so remember to update packages list and md5 hash list :
guest@porteus:~$ slackyd -u

Before downloading a new package, remember to empty the last package (it's very important!):
guest@porteus:~$ slackyd -p

B. chrome32-64.sh :

1. code: SELECT ALL
2. copy and paste under Kwrite.
3. save as "chrome32-64.sh" for instance.
4. make script executable : chmod +x chrome32-64.sh
5. run this script as root (su, password).

Become root.
guest@porteus:~$ su root
Password:
root@porteus:/home/guest#

root@porteus:/home/guest# ./chrome32-64.sh

First step : download "google-chrome-stable_current_xxx.deb". (xxx = i386 ou amd64)
Second step: download "google-chrome.SlackBuild".
Third step : create package google-chrome (.txz) from (.deb)
Step four : download packages "GConf", "ORBit2" and "mozilla-nss".
Fifth step : indication of existing modules and packages downloaded.

From this information, it is up to you to remove old version of module(s), before proceeding to the creation of new modules.
For this, use the command "deactivate module-name.xzm" and store it elsewhere. You can delete it later if all goes well!
With a little help of "Dolphin" or "Konqueror" (super user mode) you can do everything at once.
"right click" -> activate, move the file with the mouse and "shift-suppr" -> delete.

Sixth step : creating module(s).
Seventh step: activation of module(s).

At the end of the script you are prompted to delete the directory "g-chrome".
Answer no until you have not tested the new module.

You can then delete "g-chrome" by restarting the script or manually :
root@porteus:/home/guest# rm -r g-chrome

Enjoy!

Code: Select all

#!/bin/bash
# Google-chrome current version 32-64 bits ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Google Chrome requires google-chrome-pam-solibs-1.1.3-i486-1, ORBit2-2.14.19-i486-1, GConf-2.32.1-i486-1, mozilla-nss-3.13.3-i486

BW="\\033[1;02m"; NC="\\033[00m"; BR="\\033[1;31m"; BG="\\033[1;32m"
packages="google-chrome GConf ORBit2 mozilla-nss"

mkdir g-chrome 2>/dev/null ; cd g-chrome
# Get the version from the Debian/Ubuntu .deb (thanks to Fred Richards):----------------
case "$(uname -m)" in
  i?86) DEBARCH="i386" SLACKARCH="" ARCH="i386" MOZ="i486" ;;
  x86_64) DEBARCH="amd64" SLACKARCH="64" ARCH="x86_64" MOZ="x86_64" ;;
  *) echo "Package for $(uname -m) architecture is not available." ; exit 1 ;;
esac

carroll="ftp://carroll.cac.psu.edu/pub/linux/distributions/slackware/slackware"$SLACKARCH"-13.37/extra/google-chrome"
mozilla="ftp://ftp.slackware.org.uk/people/alien/slackbuilds/mozilla-nss/pkg"$SLACKARCH"/13.37"
PKGNAM="google-chrome-stable_current_"$DEBARCH".deb"

#Download .deb from google
if [ ! -s $PKGNAM ]; then
  echo -e $BG"\\n"$PKGNAM$NC
  wget -nv -nc --no-check-certificate https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/$PKGNAM
fi
#echo $PKGNAM
VERSION=$(ar p $PKGNAM control.tar.gz 2> /dev/null | tar zxO ./control 2> /dev/null | grep Version | awk '{print $2}' | cut -d- -f1)
BUILD=${BUILD:-1}

#real package's name
pack_name="google-chrome-"$VERSION"-"$ARCH"-"$BUILD
echo -e \\n$PKGNAM" -> "$BG$pack_name$NC
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
if [[ `slackyd -l |grep $pack_name` != "" ]];then	
	echo -e $BR"Sorry, package " $pack_name " is already installed !\\n"$NC
	pack_name=""
        elif [ ! -s $pack_name.txz ]; then
	  if [ ! -s google-chrome.SlackBuild ]; then
	      echo -e $BG"\\nDownload SlackBuild"$NC
	      wget -nv -nc --reject=txt,asc,txz $carroll/*
	      chmod +x google-chrome.SlackBuild
	  fi
	  echo -e $BW"SlackBuild package creation : "$PWD"/"$pack_name".txz"$NC
	  export OUTPUT=$PWD
	  ./google-chrome.SlackBuild
	  if [ $? != 0 ]; then 
		echo -e $BR"error installing package\\n"$pack_name$NC; unset OUTPUT; exit
	  fi
	  unset OUTPUT
# Download GConf, ORBit2 ,mozilla-nss ---------------------------------------------------
	  if [ ! -s GConf* -a ORBit2* -a mozilla-nss* ];then
	    echo -e $BG"\\nDownload files GConf, ORBit2, mozilla-nss"$NC
	    wget -nv -nc --accept=txz $carroll/*
	    wget -nv -nc --accept=txz $mozilla/*
	  fi
fi
# Search for installed packages ---------------------------------------------------------
for pack in `ls *.txz 2>/dev/null`
  do
    if [[ `slackyd -l | grep ${pack%.txz}` != "" ]]; then
       echo -e ${pack%.txz}".xzm: "$BR"already installed."$NC
	else
	  echo -e ${pack%.txz}".xzm: "$BG"not installed."$NC
	  loadpack=$loadpack${pack%.txz}" "			 
    fi
  done

if [ ${#loadpack} != 0 ]; then
yes="y"
	echo -e $BG"\\nmake & activate modules for porteus 1.1 "$ARCH"\\n"$NC
	echo -e $BW"[1]$NC Create modules"
	echo -e $BW"[2]$NC Do not create module"
	  while [ true ]; do
	    read  -n 1 -s option
	      case "$option" in
		"1") for pack in $loadpack
			do
			  if [ ! -s $pack.xzm ]; then		# already a module ?
			  txz2xzm $pack.txz $pack.xzm		# no, make a module.
			  fi
			done
		     break;;
		 "2") yes="n"; break;;
	      esac
	  done
	  echo
	      echo -e $BG"\\nActivated modules [$NC Remember to disable the old version modules!] :"$NC
	      for inst_pkg in $packages; do
		pkg=`slackyd -l |grep $inst_pkg`
		echo -e $BW${pkg//"->" /"\\n "}$NC
	      done
	      echo -e $BG"\\nModules to activate :"$NC
	      for inst_pkg in $loadpack; do
		echo -e $BW$ $inst_pkg".xzm" $NC
	      done
	      if [ "$yes" = "y" ]; then
		echo
		read -p 'activate modules for porteus 1.1 ? [y/n] : ' -n 1 -s yes
		if [ "$yes" = "y" ]; then
			for pack in $loadpack
				do
					activate $pack.xzm
					if [ $? != 0 ]; then 
					  echo "error activating module "$pack; exit
					else
					  echo -e $BG"\\t"$pack".xzm is activated\\n"$NC
					fi
				done
		fi
	      fi
fi
	cd ..
	echo
	read -p 'remove directory g-chrome created later ? [y/n] : ' -n 1 -s yes
	if [ "$yes" = "y" ]; then
	  rm -r g-chrome
	fi
echo "all is done"
Publié after 4 hours 20 minutes 35 seconds:
Google-chrome : add plugin flash-player

1. Download flash-player using slackyd :

root@porteus:/home/guest# slackyd -g flash-player-plugin-11.2b2-x86_64-1sl

Download flash-player-plugin-11.2b2-x86_64-1sl.txz [from slacky] ? [y/N] y

Downloading flash-player-plugin-11.2b2-x86_64-1sl.txz. [100 % @ 645.8 KB/s]
* Verify md5 checksum: ok.


2. Make a module & activate:

root@porteus:/home/guest# txz2xzm /var/slackyd/flash-player-plugin-11.2b2-x86_64-1sl.txz flash-player-plugin-11.2b2-x86_64-1sl.xzm
root@porteus:/home/guest# activate flash-player-plugin-11.2b2-x86_64-1sl.xzm

or use Dolphin : "right clic" on flash-player-plugin-11.2b2-x86_64-1sl.txz for "Convert tgz/txz to xzm" and then "Open with activate"

3. If you add some lines to the script :

Insert line 15 :
flash="ftp://ftp.slackware.org.uk/slacky/slack ... gin/11.2b2"

Search for these lines (from line 49) :

# Download GConf, ORBit2 ,mozilla-nss ---------------------------------------------------
if [ ! -s GConf* -a ORBit2* -a mozilla-nss* ];then
echo -e $BG"\\nDownload files GConf, ORBit2, mozilla-nss"$NC
wget -nv -nc --accept=txz $carroll/*
wget -nv -nc --accept=txz $mozilla/*
wget -nv -nc --accept=txz $flash/* # <------- insert this line
fi

Good luck...

Publié after 16 minutes 20 seconds:
Ooops!

You can, (you must) modify line 6 as below :
before -> packages="google-chrome GConf ORBit2 mozilla-nss"
after -> packages="google-chrome GConf ORBit2 mozilla-nss flash-player"

Cheers

Publié after 7 hours 13 minutes:
Hello,
The situation is more complicated than I thought.In fact, in my case, flash-player must be added in the 64 bit version
and not the 32 bit version! I should have done the test before releasing the patch.

The proposed correction for the script is not very smart because it concerns only the 64 bit version!
For now, you should use the "manual" version if you have a problem with flash-player!
Sorry... to later...

Publié after 8 hours 45 minutes 22 seconds:
Tested release on Porteus 1.1 (32 et 64 bit) :

By line number, it must be understood: not far from the line...

line 6 : insert "flash-player" :
packages="google-chrome GConf ORBit2 mozilla-nss flash-player"

lines 11-12 : add FLASHP variable :
i?86) DEBARCH="i386" SLACKARCH="" ARCH="i386" MOZ="i486" FLASHP="11.1.102.62" ;;
x86_64) DEBARCH="amd64" SLACKARCH="64" ARCH="x86_64" MOZ="x86_64" FLASHP="11.2b2" ;;

insert line 15 ;
flash="ftp://ftp.slackware.org.uk/slacky/slack ... n/"$FLASHP

line 55-56 (between "fi" and "# Search for installed packages ------------------------------------------")

Insert these few lines :

# Download flash-player if necessary
pack=`slackyd -l | grep "flash-player" | cut -c5-`
if [ "$pack" = "" ]; then
wget -nv -nc --accept=txz $flash/*
else echo -e "\\n"$pack $BR"already installed."$NC
fi


This is not the ideal solution, but it allows a change relatively simple.

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