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#1 2010-04-01 03:15:55

Allan
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WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

You really, really, really do not want to do an update at the moment.   Seriously!

http://mailman.archlinux.org/pipermail/ … 16360.html

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#2 2010-04-01 03:43:32

skottish
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

It's been over a week since the last time I completely broke my system by not reading the mailing list. Dude, how bad can it be?

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#3 2010-04-01 03:44:17

Allan
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

How bad....   If you update now pacman will stop working as it will not pull in the rebuilt deps it needs.  (fixing that now)

Edit: then we only have 200 more packages to go!

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#4 2010-04-01 04:03:59

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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

Allan, out of curiosity, would it be possible to mirror the rebuild lists on a public page when there are huge updates like this? TIA


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#5 2010-04-01 04:14:52

Allan
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

What do you mean?  The list?

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#6 2010-04-01 04:18:36

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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

Allan wrote:

What do you mean?  The list?

Yes, the list of all the packages that have to be rebuilt.

edit/ typo

Last edited by bangkok_manouel (2010-04-01 04:18:56)


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#7 2010-04-01 04:22:14

Allan
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

aircrack-ng
alpine
anjuta
apache
arch
autofs
balsa
bigloo
bind
bind-geodns
boinc
castget
centerim
cherokee
claws-mail
claws-mail-extra-plugins
courier-imap
courier-mta
cups
curl
cvs
cvs-feature
cyrus-sasl
cyrus-sasl-plugins
d4x
dar
dillo
dnsutils
dovecot
dsniff
dvbshout
ecore-svn
ejabberd
ekg
ekg2
elinks
encfs
epic4
erlang
ettercap
ettercap-gtk
evolution-data-server
exim
fdm
fetchmail
freeradius
gftp
gimmie
git
gkrellm
gnome-vfs
gnubiff
gnubiff-gtk
gnustep-base
google-gadgets-common
go-openoffice
gpac
gq
gstreamer0.10-bad-plugins
gtk2
gwenhywfar
gyachi
heimdal
hostapd
hplip
htmldoc
hula
icecast
imap
inn
ipsec-tools
irssi
john
kadu
kftpgrabber
kvirc
lastfm-client
lib32-curl
lib32-gtk2
lib32-heimdal
lib32-libcups
lib32-openssl
lib32-qt
libarchive
libcups
libesmtp
libetpan
libexosip2
libfetch
libflashsupport
libfprint
libgadu
libgnomecups
libgnomeprint
libjingle
liblastfm
libldap
libmsn
librpcsecgss
libssh
libtorrent
libtorrent-rasterbar
libwww
licq
lighttpd
links
links-g
linphone
linuxdcpp
lynx
mail-notification
mailx-heirloom
mcabber
miro
mktorrent
mmap
monit
mutt
nbsmtp
neon
net-snmp
netsurf
network-ups-tools
nfs-utils
nginx
ngircd
nmap
ntop
ntp
nx-common
omniorb
opal
openconnect
openntpd
openoffice-base
openoffice-base-beta
openoffice-base-devel
opensips
openslp
openssh
openssl
openvpn
ortp
osec
osiris
p3scan
pacman
pantomime
parrot
partimage
pdns
perl-crypt-openssl-bignum
perl-crypt-openssl-random
perl-crypt-openssl-rsa
perl-crypt-ssleay
perl-gssapi
perl-net-ssleay
perl-www-curl
php
php52
pinot
postfix
postgresql
postgresql-libs
pound
proftpd
prosody
proxytunnel
psi
psqlodbc
ptlib
pulseaudio
pure-ftpd
pwsafe
pyopenssl
python
python24
python3
python-m2crypto
python-pycurl
qbittorrent
qca-ossl
qingy
qmc2
qpxtool
qstardict
qt
qtscriptgenerator
rdesktop
recoll
ruby
rusxmms
samba
slrn
smbclient
snownews
socat
sofia-sip
spamassassin
spamassassin-spamc
splix
squid
ssmtp
stunnel
subversion
supertux
swi-prolog
sword
sylpheed
syslog-ng
tcpdump
telepathy-idle
testdisk
texmaker
tls
tmsnc
tor
transmission-cli
transmission-gtk
tripwire
unrealircd
vde2
virtualbox-ose
virtuoso
vpnc
vsftpd
vyqchat
w3m
webfs
wget
wireshark
wpa_supplicant
wvstreams
x11vnc
xchat
xchat-gnome
xfprint
xiphos
xmlsec
xmms2
xorg-server
yaz

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#8 2010-04-01 04:24:44

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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

thanks!


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#9 2010-04-01 10:59:38

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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

Even thought I saw this thread, I saw the mails and that I did what was recommended, I still ended with broken system.

First Konquror and rekonq didn't work anymore, but that could be something with kdemod, so that's not really important.
But this made decide to turn off testing for now and reinstall core / extra packages.
I stupidly decided to remove them instead of just reninstall them. So after I removed openssl pacman doesn't want to work anymore.

Is there any way to repair this? I was thinking in lines of chroot and installing pacman from LiveCD, but I have no idea how to install it, if pacman doesn't work.
Any ideas?


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#10 2010-04-01 11:11:56

Ramses de Norre
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

This sounds like a real challenge smile

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#11 2010-04-01 11:17:15

bangkok_manouel
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

what if you just simply untar the packages to their proper locations ?


All design goals must be phrased in such a way that it is hard to use them as slogans to justify stupidity.

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#12 2010-04-01 11:50:32

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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

What exactly did you do? The mail/forum post suggested to don't do anything; so you really didn't do what was recommend.

If you want to disable testing, remove it from pacman.conf and run pacman -Syuu. And how did you remove openssl? I hope you are not using something like -d.

The best way is probably to run pacman from a live cd and set the root via its config parameter.

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#13 2010-04-01 12:35:41

Primoz
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

Pierre wrote:

What exactly did you do? The mail/forum post suggested to don't do anything; so you really didn't do what was recommend.

If you want to disable testing, remove it from pacman.conf and run pacman -Syuu. And how did you remove openssl? I hope you are not using something like -d.

The best way is probably to run pacman from a live cd and set the root via its config parameter.

Sorry I did just that, I used pacman -Rd to remove it. I wasn't thinking.
I'm currently in LiveCD tryig to repair what I've done but I'm not sure how to do this.
Currently I'm trying to install openssl with pacman -b and -r (-b specifiys database, where I specify my database, and -r specify root where I specify my mounted root /mnt) But I can't install it as the pacman on LiveCD doesn't support pkg.tar.xz. And I have no idea how to resolve this.
I think I've learnt a lesson with this. When Allans says don't upgrade it means don't upgrade, and if you do don't evert through -Rd but just through reinstall...


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#14 2010-04-01 12:44:19

Pierre
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

use the most recent install cd or try to run -Syu on the live cd.

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#15 2010-04-01 14:13:32

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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

Hum, i've done the upgrade, everything is fine after rebuilding some of the packages that need it, but : mutt stops his build every time with this :

gcc -DPKGDATADIR=\"/usr/share/mutt\" -DSYSCONFDIR=\"/etc\" -DBINDIR=\"/usr/bin\" -DMUTTLOCALEDIR=\"/usr/share/locale\" -DHAVE_CONFIG_H=1 -I.  -I. -I. -I./imap  -Iintl -I/usr/include -I/usr/include -I/include -I./intl  -Wall -pedantic -Wno-long-long -march=native -mtune=native -O2 -pipe -MT mutt_ssl.o -MD -MP -MF .deps/mutt_ssl.Tpo -c -o mutt_ssl.o mutt_ssl.c
mutt_ssl.c: In function 'check_host':
mutt_ssl.c:655: erreur: 'STACK' undeclared (first use in this function)
mutt_ssl.c:655: erreur: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
mutt_ssl.c:655: erreur: for each function it appears in.)
mutt_ssl.c:655: erreur: 'subj_alt_names' undeclared (first use in this function)
mutt_ssl.c:656: attention : ISO C89 interdit les mélanges de déclarations et de code
mutt_ssl.c: In function 'ssl_cache_trusted_cert':
mutt_ssl.c:738: attention : assignment from incompatible pointer type
make[2]: *** [mutt_ssl.o] Erreur 1
make[2]: quittant le répertoire « /tmp/yaourt-tmp-erus/abs-mutt/src/mutt-1.5.20 »
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Erreur 1
make[1]: quittant le répertoire « /tmp/yaourt-tmp-erus/abs-mutt/src/mutt-1.5.20 »
make: *** [all] Erreur 2

Any idea?

Last edited by Erus_Iluvatar (2010-04-01 14:15:55)


I'm french, don't mind my mistakes in english.

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#16 2010-04-01 14:14:25

Primoz
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

Today isn't my day...
First I've broke my system with force reinstalling base, then I decided to just reinstall root and leave home intact. And what I did, I formated home instead of root...
It's like everything conspired against me.


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#17 2010-04-01 14:52:49

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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

Fuckme i just did the same as you primoz LOL


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#18 2010-04-01 15:47:47

Tets
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

8am - upgrade broke my system.
8am-15pm - tried (almost) everything, either X-server or pacman was broken.
15:15pm - disabled "Testing", downgraded all packages, everything works again. Uffff...

Work done today - none :-(

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#19 2010-04-01 16:03:06

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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

brake my system this morning too. firstly updated everything from testing, then x didn't started again (crypo thingy was missing), then i downgraded pacman. after that, i wasn't able to run pacman anymore because of openssl from testing. however, i was able to backup the most important things and gave the new arch install iso a spin and reinstalled / .

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#20 2010-04-01 16:33:35

martin_herndl
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

i did the update earlier today and noticed the problems now. (but i learned that i should had subscribed to the dev-mailing-list..)
should i wait until the openssl/heimdal builds are fixed? if i disable testing and revert the changing i'm going to break pacman, am i right?

edit: yeah, a -Syu after testing was updated worked fine so long. thanks

Last edited by martin_herndl (2010-04-01 19:38:03)

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#21 2010-04-01 18:47:43

deej
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

Try again now - I broke mine as well :{, but I just pacman'd and a new xorg-server was installed, now all is OK. If your mirror hasn't updated yet, just try uncommenting a mirror from
each country, you'll get one eventually :>)

Deej

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#22 2010-04-01 18:55:33

sverre
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

Same, update do work... restart computer--> fucked. x would not start missing libcrypto. Me fuck it I have some libcrypto, made a symlink for the missing libcrypto. Seems to work o_O wonder what will crash, and how hard big_smile

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#23 2010-04-01 19:32:38

tomk
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

Did four -Syu's during the day, pulling in the updates as they hit testing. Didn't see a new kernel, so no reboot. Didn't see new xorg (until just now), so no X restart.

Couldn't use mplayer, because of its smbclient dep, which was broken when heimdal was rebuilt against new openssl. Posted a bug, rebuild was in the repos on the next Syu.

Overall, a very smooth day, like (almost) all my Arch-using days. smile

In a while, I'll restart X. I expect no fireworks.

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#24 2010-04-02 00:17:08

Allan
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

It is at a point where nothing too major (depending on your definition of major) will break if you update, but expect some issues.

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#25 2010-04-02 00:49:00

gun26
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Re: WARNING - openssl rebuild in [testing]

I just got bit by the openssl upgrade, but not too seriously. Had to rebuild xorg-server from abs before x would start. Nothing else seems broken, at least for now. Compared to the recent libpng and libjpeg updates, this one's a walk in the park. big_smile

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