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#26 2002-11-22 19:48:41

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

hey yes, the echo "" | thingy was a leftover from some tryouts...but indeed, cvs login is totally unnecesary here :-) thanks!

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#27 2002-11-22 21:52:16

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

did I say I love pacman/makepg already? smile


apt-get install arch

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#28 2002-11-23 05:33:35

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

id do it but i have no clue when it comes to cvs sad

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#29 2002-11-23 05:44:24

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

bah fine i will LOOK at it tomorrow can someone give me a link i am too lazy to look it up myself right now.


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#30 2002-11-23 13:55:11

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

Hi all ,

just uploaded WineX into the incoming folder so pls give it a try .....

have fun


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#31 2002-11-26 16:49:41

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

How about some more fun stuff?  I was thinking xearth (yes, I know about xplanet), xsnow and xfishtank.

On a more serious note, any chance of getting the Java Development Kit ported to AL?

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#32 2002-11-26 17:23:46

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

i will take a look at all of your suggestions when i get a chance.

jdk could be a bit of a task though! Some have had success installing and using the current j2re 1.4.1. I think there is a package in the incoming tree that has a jdk in it as well.


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#33 2002-11-26 17:26:49

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

I got JDK 1.4.1 downloaded and installed but I'm getting some UnsatisfiedLinkErrors when I try and run anything with a gui.  I'm looking at the Java web site to see if there's any help there, but I'm not holding my breath.

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#34 2002-11-26 18:38:14

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

if you want java to work absolutely the best in a gcc 3.2 environment then the best option is to rebuild it using gcc3.2. there is a procedure on how to do this on the LFS hints site.


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#35 2002-11-26 18:43:08

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Do you have a link to the lfs site?

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#36 2002-11-26 20:16:55

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

this explains the entire procedure to recompile java for using gcc3.2.


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#37 2002-11-27 10:05:33

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

hope you have a fast system smile


apt-get install arch

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#38 2002-12-02 12:41:45

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

Alas!  A fast system is not what you could call what I have.  That's a few more steps than I really wanted to go through for the jdk.
How about my other suggestions?

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#39 2002-12-02 15:08:53

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

as for your other package suggestions i will take a look at them once i have finished updating the unofficial tree this week (which i should have done by tuesday or wednesday).

Actually i will be going through this thread again and taking a crack at packaging most of the packages suggested that have not been done.


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#40 2002-12-04 20:22:58

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

how about. RPM support.  pacman is far better then RPM, but it would make life alot easier when installing nvidia modules to to a rpm --rebuild and rpm -ivh (or however u fancy) then the going on with the cpio, and blah blah blah.  its always been my train of thought that u shouldn't burn a bridge

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#41 2002-12-05 07:49:35

ody
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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

http://www.netrux.com/pages/downloads/rpm2pkg

athlough its far from stable, so use at your own risk wink

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#42 2002-12-09 17:50:29

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

How about a package for NTP?  I got a pretty good one from www.ntp.org and it compiled and installed fine.

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#43 2003-01-10 13:11:42

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

i would like gtkmm and libsigc included and properly configured so that cheesetracker will compile.

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#44 2003-01-10 13:24:57

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

nevermind i see them in the unnoficial package list now
doh]

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#45 2003-01-16 19:41:50

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

i'm not from holland, isn't that weird?

but i do want gnome 1.4 in arch
real bad like

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#46 2003-01-16 20:29:20

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

gnome 1.4 is a PITA to build, so i doubt it's gonna happen, especially since we're almost at gnome 2.2...at least I won't do it wink

Why would you want gnome 1.4 btw?

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#47 2003-01-17 08:25:18

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

Actually there are many good reasons for gnome 1.4. At least the libs. I can name at least 3 things I can't get going in arch because I can't get gtk-perl to run (based on gnome-libs 1.4). I do dvdripping and drip and dvd::rip are both high on the list, but I'm shut out of them because gnome-libs 1.4 won't build because of a bad docbook implementation (if there even is one). A lot of apps depend on gtk-perl so packages for that would be great.

Also, we could use some precompiled nvidia binaries for the stock kernel, or at least an abs script, not to mention audigy drivers. Since the kernel compiling and linking proceedure is different with abs, the audigy drivers were a joy to compile (joy = 2 hours of fiddling).

matt

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#48 2003-01-17 09:45:36

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

i am really missing sodipodi sad
i just installed today.....
so i must start looking how to build packages  roll


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#49 2003-01-17 12:02:30

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

why not use transcode for dvd ripping it is only just a little more typing than in say dvd::rip which is just a frontend afterall. to me as a maintaine does not see the practicality of making virtually all of gnome 1.4 to make one program that make two more. well okay you would have galeon too but still building and compiling and mian taining most of gnome 1.4's core for four packages seems a tad excessive.


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#50 2003-01-17 13:26:59

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Re: Packages Wish-Slip

i am busy on building packages for gnome1.4, because i need sodpodi for my work.......
when i am done i will submit them...

it will be possible to run gnome 2 and 1.4 next to each other, because i gave 1.4 his own dir....
within a day or 3 i hope i got everything working  8)

so i did upload everything to the icoming folder... please try them and let me know how you think about them  wink


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