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#1201 2012-02-25 12:03:26

Wey
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

Anyone else having locale issues with systemd-43-3? Since the upgrade, my locale is not set and defaults to english. Downgrading to systemd-43-2 makes it work again. Any hints on how to debug this problem?

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#1202 2012-02-25 14:20:54

alex_pa
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

@Wey
I don't have any issues with locale using systemd. Do you have '/etc/locale.conf' in place? Also I read somewhere in this thread that you may have problems with locale if you delete 'initscripts' package.

I have another issue with systemd-journalctl - it refuses to show the log

# systemd-journalctl
Failed to iterate through journal: No such file or directory
Feb 25 17:51:30 powerpc kernel: Initializing cgroup subsys cpuset

I'm not sure when it actually broke, but I suspect it was after last update to 43-3

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#1203 2012-02-25 15:09:02

lucke
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

I fixed some problem with the log (I'm not sure if that's the error message I was getting) by removing /var/log/journal and recreating it.

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#1204 2012-02-25 15:34:45

alex_pa
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

Thanks lucke, it fixed my problem too

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#1205 2012-02-25 20:35:32

Wey
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

So the offending change in the PKGBUILD was:

- # Don't unset locale in getty
- # https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=663900
- sed -i -e '/^Environ.*LANG/s/^/#/' \
- -e '/^ExecStart/s/agetty/& -8/' units/getty@.service.m4

As advised in IRC, /etc/profile.d/locale.sh from initscripts seems to be neccessary to set locales now...

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#1206 2012-02-25 23:24:55

blackout23
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

When I'm running "sudo systemctl halt" from the console it goes on and unmounts everything and prints [ 123.134324] System halted.
But it doesn't power off. With "sudo halt" (which is not using systemd?) it works as expected.

Anyone has any advice?

Kind Regards,

blackout23

Last edited by blackout23 (2012-02-25 23:25:15)

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#1207 2012-02-25 23:28:12

tomegun
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Posts: 661

Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

blackout23 wrote:

When I'm running "sudo systemctl halt" from the console it goes on and unmounts everything and prints [ 123.134324] System halted.
But it doesn't power off. With "sudo halt" (which is not using systemd?) it works as expected.

Your expectations are wrong ;-)

sysvinit treated halt the same as poweroff (so what's the point of having two separate commands one might ask...). In systemd they are treated differently. I.e. halt will not actually switch of the power, just halt the machine. As you experienced. This is useful for debugging the shutdown sequence, not sure if it is useful for anything else...

To get the old behavior use poweroff.

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#1208 2012-02-26 01:47:58

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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

Has anyone who uses NetworkManager been able to get systemd's automount working with a cifs share?  I set up my mountpoint like this: http://thalamus.no-ip.com/blog/?p=466.  At boot, the mountpoint is created but it is empty.

If I manually mount it like this:

#systemctl restart mycifsshare.automount

the cifs share is mounted properly.

I also tried using an fstab entry for the cifs share set up to be mounted on access as discussed here:
http://www.happyassassin.net/2011/05/12 … te-shares/, but that gives me the same empty mountpoint.

So I ended up using this script in /etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d:

#!/bin/bash
# $2 = The new state of the interface (up | down)
case "$2" in
   up)
              systemctl start mycifsshare.mount
              ;;
esac

and it works, but with systemd's automounting and "transactional dependency-based service control logic" should a dispatcher.d script still be necessary?

Last edited by Da_Coynul (2012-02-26 14:52:50)

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#1209 2012-02-26 02:00:16

MartinZ
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

This seems pretty logic to me.  However, how do I tell KDE to use poweroff instead of halt?


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#1210 2012-02-26 08:05:51

herredgar
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Posts: 7

Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

Da_Coynul wrote:

Has anyone who uses NetworkManager been able to get systemd's automount working with a cifs share?  I set up my mountpoint like this: http://thalamus.no-ip.com/blog/?p=466.  At boot, the mountpoint is created but it is empty.

If I manually mount it like this:

#systemctl restart mycifsshare.automount

the cifs share is mounted properly.

I also tried using an fstab entry for the cifs share set up to be mounted on access as discussed here:
http://www.happyassassin.net/2011/05/12 … te-shares/, but that gives me the same empty mountpoint.

So I ended up using this script in /etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d:

#!/bin/bash
# $2 = The new state of the interface (up | down)
case "$2" in
   up)
              systemctl start mycifsshare.mount
              ;;
esac

and it works, but with systemd's automounting and "transactional dependency-based service control logic" should a dispatcher.d script still be necessary?

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Sy … tem_mounts

tested it lately by myself and it works.

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#1211 2012-02-26 08:27:27

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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

MartinZ wrote:

This seems pretty logic to me.  However, how do I tell KDE to use poweroff instead of halt?

System settings > Login screen (its in System administration)  and then in shutdown tab.  I use

/bin/systemctl poweroff

and

/bin/systemctl reboot

but i guess poweroff is better since it works everywhere.


If it ain't broke, broke it then fix it.

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#1212 2012-02-26 12:47:02

MartinZ
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

Thanks a lot man.  I think I was too tired to find it myself yesterday...    wink


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#1213 2012-02-26 13:41:10

blackout23
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

Anyone has tried out the readahead service?
I tried it but did not get any advantages or even disadvantages even after 2 days of rebooting.

I'm not sure If I have to enable readahead collect and readahead replay at the same time instead of using collect alone
and then disabling it and only use replay after that. The wiki doesn't make this clear.

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#1214 2012-02-26 14:04:05

tomegun
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Posts: 661

Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

blackout23 wrote:

Anyone has tried out the readahead service?
I tried it but did not get any advantages or even disadvantages even after 2 days of rebooting.

I'm not sure If I have to enable readahead collect and readahead replay at the same time instead of using collect alone
and then disabling it and only use replay after that. The wiki doesn't make this clear.

You should enable both. How much of a speedup you'll see depends on your setup, and the way the files are laid out on the disk (if readahead can do sequential readahead of all the needed files in the order they will be accessed that will help a lot).

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#1215 2012-02-26 14:47:22

Da_Coynul
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

herredgar wrote:

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Sy … tem_mounts

tested it lately by myself and it works.

Didn't work for me.  Same empty mountpoint.  Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

Last edited by Da_Coynul (2012-02-26 15:28:50)

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#1216 2012-02-26 17:03:31

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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

the.ridikulus.rat wrote:
falconindy wrote:
BasT wrote:

If so, how do I get rsyslog to subscribe to the new socket?

Change your rsyslog config to listen to /run/systemd/journal/socket instead of /dev/log.

Which line to change? Current rsyslog.conf

See http://www.rsyslog.com/doc/imuxsock.html
Add a line:

$AddUnixListenSocket /run/systemd/journal/socket

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#1217 2012-02-26 18:52:30

herredgar
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Posts: 7

Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

Da_Coynul wrote:

herredgar wrote:

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Sy … tem_mounts

tested it lately by myself and it works.

Didn't work for me.  Same empty mountpoint.  Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

pls, show me your .mount file and fstab entry.

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#1218 2012-02-26 19:03:56

Da_Coynul
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

herredgar wrote:

pls, show me your .mount file and fstab entry.

Here is my /etc/fstab

# 
# /etc/fstab: static file system information
#
# <file system>        <dir>         <type>    <options>          <dump> <pass>
devpts                 /dev/pts      devpts    defaults            0      0
shm                    /dev/shm      tmpfs     nodev,nosuid        0      0

#/dev/cdrom             /media/cd   auto    ro,user,noauto,unhide   0      0
#/dev/dvd               /media/dvd  auto    ro,user,noauto,unhide   0      0
#/dev/fd0               /media/fl   auto    user,noauto             0      0

UUID=bcdf55aa-5240-4ac1-b405-42da25d24745 / ext4 defaults 0 1
/dev/sdb1 /home ext4 defaults 0 2
/dev/sdb2 swap swap defaults 0 0
/dev/sdb3 /storage ext4 defaults 0 2
//192.168.1.1/USB_Storage /mnt/mycifsshare cifs credentials=/home/dacoynul/.smbcredentials,UID=1000,_netdev 0 0

and mnt-mycifsshare.mount

[Unit]
Description=ReadySHARE USB storage
After=network.target
Wants=network.target

[Mount]
What=//192.168.1.1/USB_Storage
Where=/mnt/mycifsshare
Type=cifs
Options=credentials=/home/dacoynul/.smbcredentials,UID=1000,_netdev
StandardOutput=syslog
StandardError=syslog

I tried this with and without rpc-statd.service after network.target in the Unit section for After and Wants and it made no difference.

Last edited by Da_Coynul (2012-02-26 21:17:52)

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#1219 2012-02-26 19:27:06

falconindy
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

The .mount file is not needed -- delete it. just add 'noauto,comment=systemd.automount' to your fstab entry.

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#1220 2012-02-26 19:34:09

Da_Coynul
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

falconindy wrote:

The .mount file is not needed -- delete it. just add 'noauto,comment=systemd.automount' to your fstab entry.

I tried that too.  Just gives me an empty /mnt/mycifsshare directory.  I did notice that if I use comment=systemd.automount without noauto, then mount manually

#mount -a

the share is mounted properly.

Last edited by Da_Coynul (2012-02-26 20:53:36)

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#1221 2012-02-26 21:04:31

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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

[SOLVED] (see the EDIT)

Just tried systemd today, and it hangs when mounting my filesystems (local-fs.service or whaterver)
The journal shows this funny nonsense:

Feb 26 22:37:23 blubpc systemd[1]: Job dev-mapper-isw_dejdfhfcag_Volume0p3.device/start timed out.

This makes no sense at all. That device is actually there, it's added in the initramfs already, and my root filesystem is mounted in the same volume-set, so, what is it doing there beside being silly?

EDIT:
Created .mount entries for the raid entries with Before=local-fs.mount and added them to /etc/systemd/system/local-fs.target.wants and now everything works fine smile

Last edited by Blµb (2012-02-27 17:31:20)


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#1222 2012-02-26 21:16:24

Da_Coynul
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

@falconindy -

I just re-read your reply, went back and deleted the .mount and .automount files I had created.
Now the fstab entry with 'noauto,comment=systemd.automount' is working.  Thanks for your help smile

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#1223 2012-02-27 09:28:21

lucke
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

Wey wrote:

Anyone else having locale issues with systemd-43-3? Since the upgrade, my locale is not set and defaults to english. Downgrading to systemd-43-2 makes it work again. Any hints on how to debug this problem?

I have just noticed a problem with locale, but I don't know if it's systemd's fault. I got rid of initscripts, I have "LANG=en_US.UTF-8" in /etc/locale.conf, after boot I have proper locale in vc, but in KDE I get POSIX, and exporting proper locale doesn't really let me use UTF-8 characters in the konsole (they used to work). Downgrading systemd to 43-2 doesn't change anything.

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#1224 2012-02-27 16:36:57

Loose_Control
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Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

look at page 47 #1162

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#1225 2012-02-27 17:03:16

MartinZ
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Posts: 378

Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement

I just updated my box (haven't done that in about a week) and now I can't boot. I'm currently running from a liveUSB. I use testing repo (because I need Libreoffice 3.5) and linux-ck.

Trying to boot gives me this:

Welcome to emergency mode. Use "systemctl default" or ^D to activate default mode.

However, I cannot log in nor write anything, just rebooting with ctrl+alt+supr works. This seems to be because of an update which overwrote my /etc/inittab thus misconfiguring fgetty, will test in next reboot.

Deleting init=/bin/systemd gives me the same. I think that I (stupidly) deleted initscripts, but I'm not sure.

While booting I see 2 errors:

Failed to start Remount API VFS

and

Failed to start /tmp

after which it gives dependency failures for starting /home, File System Check and KDM.

I don't really know what to do or where to start from. The last pacman log is as follows:

[2012-02-27 11:49] starting full system upgrade
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded asunder (2.1-1 -> 2.2-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded avahi (0.6.30-7 -> 0.6.31-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded bash-completion (1.3-2 -> 1.3-3)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded ca-certificates-java (20111223-1 -> 20120225-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded calibre (0.8.40-1 -> 0.8.41-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded colord (0.1.16-1 -> 0.1.17-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded xextproto (7.2.0-1 -> 7.2.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded fixesproto (5.0-1 -> 5.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded damageproto (1.2.1-1 -> 1.2.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded dmxproto (2.3.1-1 -> 2.3.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded docbook-xml (4.5-4 -> 4.5-5)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded extundelete (0.2.0-1 -> 0.2.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded fftw (3.3-1 -> 3.3-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded file (5.10-1 -> 5.11-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded fluidsynth (1.1.5-1 -> 1.1.5-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] Symlinking new configuration files... done.
[2012-02-27 12:08] 
[2012-02-27 12:08] ===> Important Fontconfig configuration change <===
[2012-02-27 12:08] 
[2012-02-27 12:08]   The way fontconfig is configured has been changed. 
[2012-02-27 12:08]   Configuration is done via /etc/fonts/conf.avail and conf.d.
[2012-02-27 12:08]   Read /etc/fonts/conf.d/README for more information.
[2012-02-27 12:08] 
[2012-02-27 12:08]   Configuration via /etc/fonts/local.conf is still possible,
[2012-02-27 12:08]   but is no longer recommended for options available in conf.avail.
[2012-02-27 12:08] 
[2012-02-27 12:08] Removing outdated configuration files... done.
[2012-02-27 12:08] updating font cache... done.
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded fontconfig (2.8.0-1 -> 2.8.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded fontsproto (2.1.1-1 -> 2.1.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded gavl (1.2.0-1 -> 1.2.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded giflib (4.1.6-4 -> 4.1.6-5)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded git (1.7.9.1-1 -> 1.7.9.2-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libtasn1 (2.9-1 -> 2.9-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded gnutls (3.0.13-2 -> 3.0.14-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libsigc++ (2.2.10-1 -> 2.2.10-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded gparted (0.11.0-1 -> 0.12.0-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded gstreamer0.10-ugly (0.10.18-5 -> 0.10.18-6)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libcdio (0.82-1 -> 0.83-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded opencore-amr (0.1.2-2 -> 0.1.3-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded gstreamer0.10-ugly-plugins (0.10.18-5 -> 0.10.18-6)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded hddtemp (0.3.beta15.46-1 -> 0.3.beta15.46-2)
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[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded id3lib (3.8.3-11 -> 3.8.3-12)
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[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded kbproto (1.0.5-1 -> 1.0.5-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded kdeplasma-applets-networkmanagement (1:0.9.0rc4-1 -> 1:0.9.0-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded lib32-glibc (2.15-5 -> 2.15-6)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libarchive (3.0.3-3 -> 3.0.3-5)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxext (1.3.0-1 -> 1.3.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libdmx (1.1.1-1 -> 1.1.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libexif (0.6.20-1 -> 0.6.20-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libfontenc (1.1.0-1 -> 1.1.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libglade (2.6.4-2 -> 2.6.4-3)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libice (1.0.7-1 -> 1.0.7-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libmp3splt (0.7-2 -> 0.7.1-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libmusicbrainz3 (3.0.3-1 -> 3.0.3-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded util-linux (2.20.1-2 -> 2.21-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libsm (1.2.0-1 -> 1.2.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libspectre (0.2.6-2 -> 0.2.6-3)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libsynaptics (0.14.6c-4 -> 0.14.6c-5)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libwpd (0.9.2-1 -> 0.9.2-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libwps (0.2.2-1 -> 0.2.2-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxau (1.0.6-1 -> 1.0.6-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxt (1.1.1-1 -> 1.1.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxmu (1.1.0-1 -> 1.1.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxpm (3.5.9-1 -> 3.5.9-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxaw (1.0.9-1 -> 1.0.9-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxfixes (5.0-1 -> 5.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxcomposite (0.4.3-1 -> 0.4.3-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxdmcp (1.1.0-1 -> 1.1.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded xineramaproto (1.2.1-1 -> 1.2.1-2)
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[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded printproto (1.0.5-1 -> 1.0.5-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxp (1.0.1-2 -> 1.0.1-3)
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[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded scrnsaverproto (1.2.1-1 -> 1.2.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxss (1.2.1-1 -> 1.2.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded recordproto (1.14.1-1 -> 1.14.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxtst (1.2.0-1 -> 1.2.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded videoproto (2.3.1-1 -> 2.3.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxv (1.0.6-1 -> 1.0.6-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxvmc (1.0.6-1 -> 1.0.6-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxxf86dga (1.1.2-1 -> 1.1.2-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded xf86vidmodeproto (2.3.1-1 -> 2.3.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded libxxf86vm (1.1.1-1 -> 1.1.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded mkinitcpio-busybox (1.19.2-1 -> 1.19.4-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] warning: /etc/mkinitcpio.conf installed as /etc/mkinitcpio.conf.pacnew
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded mkinitcpio (0.8.2-2 -> 0.8.3-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] >>> Updating module dependencies. Please wait ...
[2012-02-27 12:08] >>> Generating initial ramdisk, using mkinitcpio.  Please wait...
[2012-02-27 12:08] ==> Building image from preset: 'default'
[2012-02-27 12:08]   -> -k /boot/vmlinuz-linux-ck -c /etc/mkinitcpio.conf -g /boot/initramfs-linux-ck.img
[2012-02-27 12:08] ==> Starting build: 3.2.7-3-ck
[2012-02-27 12:08]   -> Parsing hook: [base]
[2012-02-27 12:08]   -> Parsing hook: [udev]
[2012-02-27 12:08]   -> Parsing hook: [autodetect]
[2012-02-27 12:08] ==> Generating module dependencies
[2012-02-27 12:08] ==> Creating lzma initcpio image: /boot/initramfs-linux-ck.img
[2012-02-27 12:08] ==> Image generation successful
[2012-02-27 12:08] ==> Building image from preset: 'fallback'
[2012-02-27 12:08]   -> -k /boot/vmlinuz-linux-ck -c /etc/mkinitcpio.conf -g /boot/initramfs-linux-ck-fallback.img -S autodetect
[2012-02-27 12:08] ==> Starting build: 3.2.7-3-ck
[2012-02-27 12:08]   -> Parsing hook: [base]
[2012-02-27 12:08]   -> Parsing hook: [udev]
[2012-02-27 12:08] ==> Generating module dependencies
[2012-02-27 12:08] ==> Creating lzma initcpio image: /boot/initramfs-linux-ck-fallback.img
[2012-02-27 12:08] ==> Image generation successful
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded linux-ck-corex (3.2.7-1 -> 3.2.7-3)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded lpsolve (5.5.2.0-1 -> 5.5.2.0-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded ortp (0.18.0-1 -> 0.20.0-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded mediastreamer (2.8.0-2 -> 2.8.2-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded mesa-demos (8.0.1-1 -> 8.0.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded mp3gain (1.5.2-1 -> 1.5.2-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded mp3info (0.8.5a-3 -> 0.8.5a-4)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded mp3splt (2.4-1 -> 2.4.1-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded nspr (4.8.9-2 -> 4.9-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded nss (3.13.1-2 -> 3.13.3-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded obexfs (0.12-2 -> 0.12-3)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded orbit2 (2.14.19-1 -> 2.14.19-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded perl-image-exiftool (8.76-1 -> 8.79-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded perl-mp3-info (1.24-2 -> 1.24-3)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded perl-string-shellquote (1.04-1 -> 1.04-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded pycddb (0.1.3-5 -> 0.1.3-6)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded pysmbc (1.0.11.1-1 -> 1.0.13-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded qmmp (0.5.2-3 -> 0.5.3-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded randrproto (1.3.2-1 -> 1.3.2-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded recode (3.6-6 -> 3.6-7)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded reflector (2011.05.13.1-1 -> 2012.02.18.5553-15)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded renderproto (0.11.1-1 -> 0.11.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded shadow (4.1.5-3 -> 4.1.5-4)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded soundkonverter (1.2.0-1 -> 1.3.3-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded sudo (1.8.4-1 -> 1.8.4.p1-1)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded swh-plugins (0.4.15-4 -> 0.4.15-5)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded system-config-printer-common (1.3.7-1 -> 1.3.8-2)
[2012-02-27 12:08] installed libsystemd (43-3)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded systemd (43-2 -> 43-3)
[2012-02-27 12:08] upgraded xorg-fonts-encodings (1.0.4-1 -> 1.0.4-2)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded ttf-dejavu (2.33-1 -> 2.33-2)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-bdftopcf (1.0.3-1 -> 1.0.3-2)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-font-utils (7.6-2 -> 7.6-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] Updating font cache... done.
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded ttf-liberation (1.07.1-1 -> 1.07.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:09] installed gconf (3.2.3-1)
[2012-02-27 12:09] installed libgnome-keyring (3.2.2-1)
[2012-02-27 12:09] installed libgksu (2.0.12-4)
[2012-02-27 12:09] installed gksu (2.0.2-4)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded unetbootin (565-1 -> 568-2)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded vcdimager (0.7.24-1 -> 0.7.24-2)
[2012-02-27 12:09] installed libkate (0.4.1-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] installed libtiger (0.3.4-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded vlc (2.0.0-3 -> 2.0.0-8)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded wine (1.4rc4-1 -> 1.4rc5-1)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xbitmaps (1.1.1-1 -> 1.1.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xine-lib (1.2.1-1 -> 1.2.1-2)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xbacklight (1.1.2-2 -> 1.1.2-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xgamma (1.0.4-2 -> 1.0.4-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xhost (1.0.4-2 -> 1.0.4-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xmodmap (1.0.5-2 -> 1.0.5-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xrdb (1.0.9-1 -> 1.0.9-2)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xrefresh (1.0.4-2 -> 1.0.4-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xsetroot (1.1.0-2 -> 1.1.0-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-server-utils (7.6-2 -> 7.6-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xdriinfo (1.0.4-2 -> 1.0.4-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xev (1.1.0-3 -> 1.2.0-1)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xlsatoms (1.1.0-2 -> 1.1.0-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xlsclients (1.1.2-1 -> 1.1.2-2)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-xvinfo (1.1.1-2 -> 1.1.1-3)
[2012-02-27 12:09] upgraded xorg-utils (7.6-7 -> 7.6-8)

I'll really appreciate any help with this.


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