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General discussions / Re: Screenshots
« Last post by oyim on Wed Nov 06 08:02:15 2019 »
NuTyX 11.2 Openbox

cmus music player in the Tilda drop-down terminal...using the Night color scheme  (sorry to include cmus again, but I love this music player!)   ;D

obmenu-generator providing the Openbox right-click menu! :)

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From script / Re: not full base?
« Last post by dufresnep on Fri Nov 01 18:05:13 2019 »
Answering to my own question:

The variable CHROOT_LIST determines the list of packages to be installed by the script nutyx-install.

Inside it you will see:
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check_variables() {
if [ -z "$CHROOT_LIST" ]; then
CHROOT_LIST="nutyx acl attr bash bzip2 coreutils curl \
expat gcc readline ncurses lzo glibc gmp xz zlib \
libarchive mpc mpfr openssl cards"

So if it is not already defined, it is defined there.
I think util-linux is added if on X86_64.

Maybe, pkgmk is part of cards.devel, and sed and grep is messing for it's dependencies? (I did not check)
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From script / not full base?
« Last post by dufresnep on Fri Nov 01 14:57:47 2019 »
After a fresh reinstall of my chroot
I saw that pkgmk was complaining about sed, grep not found.
I think pkgmk2 wanted more: like find.
less is not there
lspci is not there (from pciutils package)
I think all these are in base repository collection.

But it looks like install-nutyx did not install them.

How nutyx-install decide if a base package must be installed or not.
I thought to myself a package set, maybe basebase would be possible, but as package sets are new to version 11.2 (I think...), surely
this is an other mechanism that is used.
Frankly, I am enclined to say I expect all base packages to be installed by install-nutyx.
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Fixed
95
I confirm this bug  >:(

Working on it
 
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Just try here, no issues:

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su -
rm -r /mnt/hd
install-nutyx

Try without any configuration files "/etc/install-nutyx.conf and /etc/install-nutyx.conf.d" , as in most of the case they are not need.
It means if you have issues with the installation of the first 20 packages, it's your host linux responsible
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Edit: I have the feeling of redoing the exact same thing and it works now!

Trying to reinstall from Ubuntu by script.
I erased /mnt/*, /etc/install-nutyx.conf and /etc/install-nutyx.conf.d:
Always getting:
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   ADD: (base) ncurses 6.1-1, 2848 files: 100 %
post-install: start
post-install: finish                                                   [  OK  ]
Retrieve info about the 11 packages: 100 %
   ADD: (base) lzo 2.10-2, 7 files: 100 %
post-install: start
post-install: finish                                                   [  OK  ]
Retrieve info about the 12 packages: 100 %
.POST
post-install: start
post-install: finish
pkgadd 2.4.105: glibc: listed file(s) already installed (use -f to ignore and overwrite)                                                               [ FAIL ]
 FAILURE:

 You should not read this error.

 It means something went wrong with the installation of glibc  Thanks to inform us via the website http://www.nutyx.org. Thanks again for your collaboration.

Press Enter to continue...



Including the config at the beginning:
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root@paul-FQ516AA-A2L-a6648f:/home/paul# bash ./install-nutyx
LFS        : /mnt/hd
DEVICE     : /mnt/hd
URL        : http://downloads.nutyx.org
VERSION    : rolling
KERNEL     : linux-firmware eudev sysklogd sysvinit reiserfsprogs e3 grub lz4 mdadm jfsutils xfsprogs btrfs-progs dhcpcd kernel-lts eudev sysklogd sysvinit
DEPOT      : /var/lib/pkg/depot
MOUNT      :
FOLDER     : /mnt/hd
DEPOT_BASE : http://downloads.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/base
DEVEL      :
CHROOT_LIST: nutyx acl attr bash bzip2 coreutils curl expat gcc readline ncurses lzo glibc gmp xz zlib libarchive mpc mpfr openssl cards
Downloading cards...                     
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News / Re: NuTyX 11.2 will need manual intervention
« Last post by Thierry on Sat Oct 26 07:20:56 2019 »
That's a very nice initiative from you. This way the project will move forward.
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News / Re: NuTyX 11.2 will need manual intervention
« Last post by dufresnep on Sat Oct 26 06:26:15 2019 »
Well, I tried to return to my github account, fork parts of your projects, and propose 2 new changes to the site web to reflect new collections in 11.2:
https://github.com/NuTyX/nutyx.org/pull/6

I think this is my first pull request ever.
And my git skills where quite rusted, and never was very good.
Please have a look.
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Well, first I have found:  cat /var/log/sys| grep -i gnome
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Oct 25 19:22:58 nutyx dbus-daemon[3070]: [session uid=0 pid=3068] Activating service name='org.a11y.Bus' requested by ':1.0' (uid=0 pid=3080 comm="/usr/libexec/gnome-session-check-accelerated ")
Oct 25 19:22:58 nutyx dbus-daemon[3070]: [session uid=0 pid=3068] Activating service name='org.gtk.vfs.Daemon' requested by ':1.2' (uid=0 pid=3080 comm="/usr/libexec/gnome-session-check-accelerated ")
Oct 25 19:22:58 nutyx gnome-session-binary[3052]: WARNING: Falling back to non-systemd startup procedure due to error: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.freedesktop.systemd1 was not provided by any .service files
Oct 25 19:22:58 nutyx gnome-session-binary[3052]: WARNING: Could not get session id for session. Check that logind is properly installed and pam_systemd is getting used at login.
Oct 25 19:22:58 nutyx gnome-session-binary[3052]: WARNING: App 'org.gnome.Shell.desktop' exited with code 1
Oct 25 19:22:58 nutyx gnome-session-binary[3052]: WARNING: App 'org.gnome.Shell.desktop' exited with code 1
Oct 25 19:22:58 nutyx gnome-session-binary[3052]: WARNING: App 'org.gnome.Shell.desktop' respawning too quickly
Oct 25 19:22:59 nutyx gnome-session-binary[3052]: WARNING: App 'pulseaudio.desktop' exited with code 1

Now, this Could not get session id for session. Check that logind is properly installed and pam_systemd is getting used at login.
seems to be often present on Linux distros NOT USING Systemd. The solution is easy: use systemd  ;D

No more seriously, one can read that it has been a problem with Gnome:
https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Gentoo-GNOME-3.30-No-Systemd
which links to:
https://www.gentoo.org/news/2019/03/27/gnome-330-openrc.html

which explains that elogind, is a program that somehow fake the presence of systemd, and allows login.

We have a very recent (if not the last) of elogind.
But this is not enough, some programs must be patched to use elogind (through the use of pkg-config):
https://github.com/elogind/elogind/issues/70
but I have not investigated (not even sure I am qualified to investigate this) that we haved patched versions for these packages.

In a related bug: https://github.com/elogind/elogind/issues/61
the guy seems to suggest the problem was that he was using a su from busybox, rather than from... I don't know, I don't really understood this.
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