Recently there was GNOME Logs released which is a log viewer for the systemd journal.
Will it be made available in the official Arch repos or rather the AUR, if at all?
Last edited by KingYes (2013-10-01 20:48:51)
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Yes, that seems to be it. Thanks!
Yet it really seems to be in an early testing stage. Therefore I am waiting until gtk 3.9 is out.
[orschiro@thinkpad ~]$ sudo aura -A gnome-system-log-git aura >>= Determining dependencies... aura >>= Dependency checking failed for these reasons: The dependency `gtk3` demands version `>=3.9.11`but the most recent version is `3.8.4-1`.
Those are different two apps, gnome-system-logs and gnome-logs
GNOME System Log and GNOME Logs those are different two apps.
You want GNOME Logs.
I try to build GNOME Logs, but I have a problem with run GNOME Logs:
Note: in Fedora 20 GNOME Logs work fine.
I'm also interested in Gnome Logs for Arch. Any progress on this?
OK - it's in the AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/gnome-logs/
It's currently out of date. I tried editing the PKGBUILD to get the current version, but got the following error:
Requested 'gio-unix-2.0 >= 2.39.90' but version of GIO unix specific APIs is 2.38.2
What's gio-unix-2.0? It's not listed in Arch Packages or in AUR, but it is installed, apparently, but not a high enough version.
a search for gio in arch packages indicates that may be from the glib-networking package, which is indeed at 2.38.2 in [extra] .
glib-networking 2.40.0 is in the gnome-unstable repo, looks like you'll have to switch to gnome-unstable or wait until gnome 3.12 hits [extra] .
Booting with apg Openrc, NOT systemd.
Automounting : not needed, i prefer pmount
Aur helpers : makepkg + my own local repo === rarely need them
What's the difference compared to gnome-system-log from [extra]?
I think mainly that it is based on GTK3.
That's exactly the same thing I have:
The difference is that the 3.10 version isn't as advanced but still picks up your pacman.log. Still it's GTK 3 as you can see from the headerbar.
Last edited by blackout23 (2014-03-28 19:24:29)
Thats a good new
gnome-system-log is the old program that shows log files from /var/log
gnome-log is the new program that uses structured logs from the systemd journal
And Gnome-Logs is already in [gnome-unstable]. I have it installed. Works.