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Pidgin module

Post#1 by guttaslax » 27 Aug 2011, 19:56

Downloaded from the official repository and doesn't work.
Tried in a terminal and:
<b>error loading shared libraries: libgstreamer-0.10.so.0</b>
or something like this.

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Re: Pidgin module

Post#2 by Hamza » 27 Aug 2011, 20:20

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slackyd -d "pidgin"
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Re: Pidgin module

Post#3 by guttaslax » 27 Aug 2011, 21:13

Hamza wrote:

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slackyd -d "pidgin"

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bash-4.1# slackyd -d "pidgin"

Checking pidgin-2.7.11-i486-1: done.

Found 4 missing dependencies:
libgstreamer-0.10.so.0 required by:
 --> Package: pidgin-2.7.11-i486-1 (/usr/bin/pidgin)
 --> Package: pidgin-2.7.11-i486-1 (/usr/bin/finch)
 --> Package: pidgin-2.7.11-i486-1 (/usr/lib/purple-2/libjabber.so.0.0.0)
 --> Package: pidgin-2.7.11-i486-1 (/usr/lib/libpurple.so.0.7.11)
libgtkspell.so.0 required by:
 --> Package: pidgin-2.7.11-i486-1 (/usr/bin/pidgin)
libgstinterfaces-0.10.so.0 required by:
 --> Package: pidgin-2.7.11-i486-1 (/usr/lib/purple-2/libjabber.so.0.0.0)
 --> Package: pidgin-2.7.11-i486-1 (/usr/lib/libpurple.so.0.7.11)
libgnutls.so.26 required by:
 --> Package: pidgin-2.7.11-i486-1 (/usr/lib/purple-2/ssl-gnutls.so)

Searching libgstreamer-0.10.so.0:

Error, no MANIFEST files found.
Try to update or fix your slackyd.conf.

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Re: Pidgin module

Post#4 by Hamza » 27 Aug 2011, 21:15

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slackyd -u
# Update/Download MANIFEST files

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slackyd -d "pidgin"
# Search deps for pkg "pidgin"
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Re: Pidgin module

Post#5 by guttaslax » 28 Aug 2011, 06:29

This left out one dependency I can't remember, if you want I can try and repeat the process.
Solved instead with a fanthom suggestion from the chat, using the package manager.
Anyway, the last step of merging downloaded modules crashed with some error regarding permissions, so I keep
all them in a folder under <modules> and they are loaded.
When I'll be awake I'll report more details.

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Re: Pidgin module

Post#6 by Hamza » 28 Aug 2011, 10:35

Anyway, the last step of merging downloaded modules crashed with some error regarding permissions, so I keep
How much RAM Memory have you ?
If you have not enought RAM, I suggest you to make a SWAP file.
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Re: Pidgin module

Post#7 by guttaslax » 28 Aug 2011, 12:25

ram 1.5 G, swap partition the same size
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Re: Pidgin module

Post#8 by Hamza » 28 Aug 2011, 12:42

What's the size of all modules extracted ? Have you some I/O errors before the crash ?
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Re: Pidgin module

Post#9 by guttaslax » 28 Aug 2011, 14:06

8 modules, 12.8 MB of which 9.2 MB pidgin itself.
Note that it isn't a system crash, only a procedure crash, I'll post the error asap.

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create_inode: failed to create symlink /mnt/sda1/porteus/porteus/modules/pidgin/tmp/usr/lib/libenchant.so, because Operation not permitted

create_inode: failed to create symlink /mnt/sda1/porteus/porteus/modules/pidgin/tmp/usr/lib/libenchant.so.1, because Operation not permitted

create_inode: failed to create symlink /mnt/sda1/porteus/porteus/modules/pidgin/tmp/usr/lib/libgnutls-extra.so, because Operation not permitted

create_inode: failed to create symlink /mnt/sda1/porteus/porteus/modules/pidgin/tmp/usr/lib/libgnutls-extra.so.26, because Operation not permitted
and so on for all the modules
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Re: Pidgin module

Post#10 by fanthom » 28 Aug 2011, 16:03

@guttaslax
this may be a bug in PPM (brokenamn needs to confirm it) as from my point of view it looks like PPM tries to merge modules in /porteus/modules folder which is placed on a FAT/NTFS filesystem.
PPM could check if /porteus/modules is placed on posix compatible fs, if not then /tmp is a better place for doing the job.

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Re: Pidgin module

Post#11 by guttaslax » 28 Aug 2011, 16:50

Yes, it's a FAT32 partition.
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Re: Pidgin module

Post#12 by brokenman » 04 Nov 2011, 01:48

The PPM in v1.1 checks if the selected module storage is inside AUFS but does not take into account a FAT32 partition. Links are trashed here. I'll double check if the merging is done in the storage folder or on live file system ... and will fix this for next version ... which is much tighter and less 'clunky' than this one.

Guttaslax please try to choose a module storage on linux style partition to verify. This works OK for me in latest version. You can remove /opt/.firstrun (or use menu to remove configs) which should allow you to choose new directory for storage.
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