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NuTyX General Helps / Re: Error in 2nd pass of "build your own"
« Last post by myrddin on Sun May 28 22:40:06 2017 »
The zic command is installed when glibc is installed (the first package). If zic is not found it can be two possibility:

Check that glibc is indeed installed

Compare the log of glibc with the official one:

http://downloads.nutyx.org/logs/x86_64/development/base/glibc.log

Thanks Thierry,

I'll check it out tomorrow.... Not so easy doing it all from scratch. Procedures and checks, are only too easily forgotten.
Good fun though !!
Merci
Richard
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NuTyX General Helps / Re: Error in 2nd pass of "build your own"
« Last post by tnut on Sun May 28 17:59:21 2017 »
The zic command is installed when glibc is installed (the first package). If zic is not found it can be two possibility:

- The PATH variable is wrong
- glibc package went wrong and did not succeed to install

Make shure you did the point 12:

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export PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/usr/sbin:/tools/bin:/root/bin
Check that glibc is indeed installed

Compare the log of glibc with the official one:

http://downloads.nutyx.org/logs/x86_64/development/base/glibc.log
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NuTyX General Helps / Re: Error in 2nd pass of "build your own"
« Last post by tnut on Fri May 26 07:30:33 2017 »
I'm away the all we. I will answer/check Sunday :-\
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NuTyX General Helps / Error in 2nd pass of "build your own"
« Last post by myrddin on Fri May 26 03:01:17 2017 »
Hi there,
I got all the way to point 14 in the Pass 2, with no errors (a couple of typos !!) and there is an error in building tzdata
'Error building /root/development/base/tzdata/tzdata1495932294x86_64.cards.tar.xz failed;
Pkgfile:  line 15 : zic command not found...


All this time, and careful effort and disappointment... Any suggestions would be welcomed......I have followed your instructions very pedantically, and this is the only error I have had.. Pass1 went through with no problems....
Have a good weekend
Richard ........Oh yes, the laptop has a brand new install of NuTyX on /dev/sda1, only the base install (upgraded) and cards.devel.. No graphics, as I wanted to have a clean base system to use as the host..The' Build your own' is on sda2... both ext4 partitions.. I,ll use the host grub to point to both systems



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Let's talk about you / Re: New nuty user
« Last post by tnut on Sun May 21 19:31:21 2017 »
Hello John,

Welcome to NuTyX.

As we are a (very) small team, and if the package you are looking for is not available, you gona have to build it your self.

Take your time and if you still happy with NuTyX in a few weeks, you can investigate (by checking the doc and the YT channe) how to build your owns packages
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Let's talk about you / New nuty user
« Last post by john on Sun May 21 16:52:07 2017 »
 8)
Hello folks so i thought i would give nutyx a go in virtualbox it never lasted long it went straight as main os on my pc  8)

Been a ubuntu user for 4 months felt is was so bloated and slow so been testing distros last few weeks think i found a solid os

just a few questions as been an apt user i have to learn cards but seem easy enough but what i want to know how can i install bleachbit and bitmask on system many thanks

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Cards: The Package Manager / Re: where are CLI commands such as lspci
« Last post by tnut on Thu May 18 12:19:48 2017 »
Merci,
I feel a little foolish, but it now works....

Don't worry, enjoy NuTyX : ;) ;) ;)
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Cards: The Package Manager / Re: where are CLI commands such as lspci
« Last post by myrddin on Thu May 18 11:48:07 2017 »
Merci,
I feel a little foolish, but it now works....  The best place to hide a pebble is on the beach !!

Bon Weekend
Richard

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Cards: The Package Manager / Re: where are CLI commands such as lspci
« Last post by tnut on Thu May 18 07:34:17 2017 »
Hi there,
I've installed the base and the devel packages, but there seem to be a number of important system commands missing..
lspci which is part of the pciutils package,, is nowhere to be found....
Just do a:
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get pciutils
lspci

I am trying to find out what services start at boot, but there are no commands such as 'service' initctl sysv-rc-conf, etc
All the services are split as well and can be found via:

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cards search serviceSee http://www.nutyx.org/en/nutyx-man#23
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Cards: The Package Manager / where are CLI commands such as lspci
« Last post by myrddin on Wed May 17 23:33:22 2017 »
Hi there,
I've installed the base and the devel packages, but there seem to be a number of important system commands missing..
lspci which is part of the pciutils package,, is nowhere to be found....
I am trying to find out what services start at boot, but there are no commands such as 'service' initctl sysv-rc-conf, etc
If I have missed something obvious, please tell me...
Regards
Richard
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