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#1 2012-07-05 06:40:27

Vamp898
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systemd-186 system breaks

On Gentoo it seems like systemd-186 (udev-186) breaks some packages inclusive lvm2 (and so udisks and so kdelibs) and pulseaudio.

Did somepony here experienced something smiliar?

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#2 2012-07-05 08:37:51

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Re: systemd-186 system breaks

Hi,
after  updating my  system (gentoo ~x86_64) this mornig, i can confirm that udev-186 is breaking lvm2, udisks and pulseaudio.
I think the only way to get arround this issue is masking udev-186.

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#3 2012-07-05 08:47:33

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Re: systemd-186 system breaks

ZappeL wrote:

Hi,
after  updating my  system (gentoo ~x86_64) this mornig, i can confirm that udev-186 is breaking lvm2, udisks and pulseaudio.
I think the only way to get arround this issue is masking udev-186.

I know, thats what i did on my gentoo wink i just wonder if the same will happen to arch when systemd-186 comes

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#4 2012-07-05 12:08:07

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Re: systemd-186 system breaks

Seems like LVM2 provieded an upstream patch (without a release) which works fine. But PulseAudio's broken

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#5 2012-07-05 12:10:33

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Re: systemd-186 system breaks

It is in [testing] without reported issue...

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#6 2012-07-05 12:20:51

tomegun
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Re: systemd-186 system breaks

Please try with Arch. It works fine for me (both lvm and pulse).

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#7 2012-07-05 12:37:36

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Re: systemd-186 system breaks

hmmm seems like pulse also provieded an upstream patch.

Just wasnt shure if there were already upstream patches for both but good to know that on Archlinux everything worked fine (i bet those upstream patches are used in the packages as those are upstream bugs and so it would be a wonder when it does not happen in Arch)

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#8 2012-07-05 19:21:39

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Re: systemd-186 system breaks

back @ home... wink
lvm2 and pulseaudio now working with the upstream patches.. already in portage..

[edit]
on gentoo..

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#9 2012-07-05 20:00:18

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Re: systemd-186 system breaks

ZappeL wrote:

back @ home... wink
lvm2 and pulseaudio now working with the upstream patches.. already in portage..

[edit]
on gentoo..

i know, but the pulseaudio packager wanted to wait for PulseAudio 2.1 until he got pushed (from me too) to apply the upstream patch. Seems like PulseAudio is not that common on Gentoo (seems like if you have the choose, you dont want it xD)

but yes, seems everything is fine with udev-186 and seems the same on Arch smile

everything is fine tongue

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#10 2012-07-06 01:40:24

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Re: systemd-186 system breaks

Please amend the title to indicate (on gentoo) since by definition these are the ARCH forums....


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