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Old 04-09-2008, 06:18 PM
Andrew Cagney
Default where should test-suites be packaged, and ...

For instance, the upstream frysk project, as part its install, includes
tests that run against the installed package. We're bundling that as
part of the frysk's rpm suite. This, for me, brings up two questions:

- where should test-suites be packaged

Hiding them in frysk-devel is probably not a good idea :-); but making
them available as packages (but perhaps not part of a distro), so that
we have the ability easily install and run them as part of an automated
integration test process, I contend, is.

- how can we stop separate-debug-info destroying the test-suite RPM's

For instance, frysk's test-suite includes sys-rooted source and
separate-debug-info tests; unfortunatly the RPM packaging process
corrupts these by trying to make sys-rooted source and
separate-debug-info rpms out of them ... :-) We'd like to avoid this
:-), in effect, have a way to prevent all such post "make install"
manipulation on certain files.

hints and resolution welcome,

Andrew (who hopes this hasn't been addressed already :-)

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Subject: Re: [gentoo-user] firefox crash when playing flash
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Roman Zilka pisze:


I don't have any specific idea, but try recompiling Firefox without any
CFLAGS/CXXFLAGS set. Using another Flash implementation (Gnash/Adobe)
might solve the problem too (or introduce new problems. Also try
cleaning up your Firefox profile (in terms of add-ons, most


[ebuild R ] www-client/mozilla-firefox- USE="ipv6 -bindist -debug -filepicker -gnome -iceweasel -java
-mozdevelop -moznopango -restrict-javascript -xforms -xinerama -xprint" LINGUAS="zh_CN -af -ar -be -bg -ca -cs -da -de
-el -en_GB -es -es_AR -es_ES -eu -fi -fr -fy -fy_NL -ga -ga_IE -gu -gu_IN -he -hu -it -ja -ka -ko -ku -lt -mk -mn -nb
-nb_NO -nl -nn -nn_NO -pa -pa_IN -pl -pt -pt_BR -pt_PT -ro -ru -sk -sl -sv -sv_SE -tr -uk -zh -zh_TW" 0 kB

uname -a
Linux bobbin 2.6.24-gentoo-r3 #15 SMP Sun Mar 30 20:16:31 Local time zone must be set--see zic i686 Intel(R) Core(TM)2
CPU T5600 @ 1.83GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux

Do you have 32 or 64-bits Linux (exec. x86_64). If You use 64 bits (36
physical and 48 virtual addressing) You will have problem with flash.
Flash by adobe was only release 32-bit. NSWrapper emulates (converts)
address spaces but ABI have running issues between 32 and 64bit version.
Also Adobe is far enough to release 64-bit version, so You must try to
live with it. If you have enough flash problem install 32-bit Gentoo Linux.

Mateusz M.
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