64bit official Porteus repository bug reports

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Re: 64bit official Porteus repository bug reports

Post#46 by xtudiux » 10 Aug 2013, 05:20

good pm,

the qcomics needs qt...it was not resolve by ppm...thx

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Re: 64bit official Porteus repository bug reports

Post#47 by fanthom » 10 Aug 2013, 09:01

will add this dependency and tie up whole 64bit repo to fit porteus-2.1 on Monday.
thanks
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Re: 64bit official Porteus repository bug reports

Post#48 by neko » 13 Aug 2013, 02:57

'scim-1.4.14+extras-x86_64-1Ahau.xzm' is depending on 'libltdl.so.7'.
But '003-kde.xzm' and '003-razor.xzm' do not include 'libltdl.so.7'.
('003-lxde.xzm', '003-mate.xzm' and '003-xfce.xzm' include it)

Therefore scim dose not run on 'Porteus-KDE4-v2.1-x86_64.iso' and 'Porteus-RazorQT-v2.1-x86_64.iso'
with 'scim-1.4.14+extras-x86_64-1Ahau.xzm' created by '/opt/porteus-scripts/gtk-language-selection-tool-start'.

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Re: 64bit official Porteus repository bug reports

Post#49 by Ahau » 13 Aug 2013, 14:31

Thanks, neko!

libltdl is found inside the 05-devel.xzm module, which is no longer included in the iso's by default. Some of the desktops require it but others don't; for those that do, we copy this library into the module.

I've copied libltdl into the scim modules and updated them on the server.
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