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Old 08-15-2012, 07:42 AM
Jürgen Hötzel
 
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Any options about moving this to AUR. I dont use ScummVM.

Jürgen

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Joe Davison <joedavison.davison@gmail.com>
Date: 2012/8/4
Subject: ScummVM in [extra]
To: juergen@archlinux.org


Hi there,

ScummVM in [extra] has taken a while to update, so I went ahead and did it.
It's attached for you. I've moved fluidsynth to optdepends and added
timidity along with it; they're not required for build and can be run in
daemon mode to provide MIDI support if the user wishes.

This is the second time I've provided a PKGBUILD to whoever's maintaining
scummvm at whatever time. It's obviously a very low priority package so
maybe it might be worth thinking about moving it to the AUR. It took
several months to get it to 1.4.0 (the last version I submitted a PKGBUILD
for). I'd be happy to take over maintenance of it if was in the AUR.

- Joe
 
Old 08-15-2012, 08:07 AM
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* networkmanager-vpnc-0.9.6.0-1 (i686)
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* nvidia-304.37-2 (i686)
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* poppler-0.20.3-1 (i686)
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Old 08-15-2012, 08:07 AM
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* pdf2djvu-0.7.13-4 (x86_64)
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* slmodem-2.9.11-67 (i686), since 2012-07-30
* open-vm-tools-modules-2012.05.21-6 (x86_64), since 2012-07-30
* open-vm-tools-modules-2012.05.21-6 (i686), since 2012-07-30
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2. heftig - 8 signoffs
3. dan - 5 signoffs
4. bisson - 2 signoffs
 
Old 08-15-2012, 08:30 AM
Rashif Ray Rahman
 
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On 15 August 2012 15:42, Jürgen Hötzel <juergen@hoetzel.info> wrote:
> Any options about moving this to AUR. I dont use ScummVM.
>
> Jürgen
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Joe Davison <joedavison.davison@gmail.com>
> Date: 2012/8/4
> Subject: ScummVM in [extra]
> To: juergen@archlinux.org
>
>
> Hi there,
>
> ScummVM in [extra] has taken a while to update, so I went ahead and did it.
> It's attached for you. I've moved fluidsynth to optdepends and added
> timidity along with it; they're not required for build and can be run in
> daemon mode to provide MIDI support if the user wishes.
>
> This is the second time I've provided a PKGBUILD to whoever's maintaining
> scummvm at whatever time. It's obviously a very low priority package so
> maybe it might be worth thinking about moving it to the AUR. It took
> several months to get it to 1.4.0 (the last version I submitted a PKGBUILD
> for). I'd be happy to take over maintenance of it if was in the AUR.
>
> - Joe

If nobody else is interested I'll take it. Even if you realise that
you're interested just adopt it and I'll disown later.


--
GPG/PGP ID: C0711BF1
 
Old 08-15-2012, 11:38 AM
Baho Utot
 
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On 08/14/2012 08:53 PM, Oon-Ee Ng wrote:

On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 8:13 AM, Tom Gundersen <teg@jklm.no> wrote:

On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 1:55 AM, David Benfell
<benfell@parts-unknown.org> wrote:

Does systemd not use the standard
mount program and follow /etc/fstab?

It does. Though it does not use "mount -a", but rather mounts each fs
separately.




[putolin]

I came across another anomaly on my systemd boxes that I would like
someone to verify if they could. Please do this on a backup system.


I was changing some lvm partitions about that were mounted in
/etc/fstab, actually I removed them and created two new lvm partitions
with different names, but failed to update the fstab. Upon rebooting the
systems failed to boot and where stuck at trying to mount the non
existing lvm partitions. I could not fix the systems as I could not get
a "recovery" bash prompt. I had to use a boot live CD to edit the fstab
and then all was well. On all my sysvinit systems a bad mount point
would just give me an error and continue booting.


Could some brave enterprising soul confirm this?

This created the following question: Can systemd boot a system without a
fstab?
 
Old 08-15-2012, 01:30 PM
Christoph Vigano
 
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I could not fix the systems as I could not get
> a "recovery" bash prompt. I had to use a boot live CD to edit the fstab
> and then all was well. On all my sysvinit systems a bad mount point
> would just give me an error and continue booting.

Wouldn't it have been easier to just start with init=/bin/bash ?
Just asking, as this would have been my first attempt at solving the
problem.

Greetings,
Christoph
 
Old 08-15-2012, 01:44 PM
Baho Utot
 
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On 08/15/2012 09:30 AM, Christoph Vigano wrote:

I could not fix the systems as I could not get

a "recovery" bash prompt. I had to use a boot live CD to edit the fstab
and then all was well. On all my sysvinit systems a bad mount point
would just give me an error and continue booting.

Wouldn't it have been easier to just start with init=/bin/bash ?
Just asking, as this would have been my first attempt at solving the
problem.

Greetings,
Christoph



maybe, I usually just boot to a rescue cd or usb mount the root
partition and go to work at it.
When I break things or have boot failures I don't know what is wrong
until I look. Some times if you are using jfs on root all that is
needed is an fsck but it won't boot because something is buggered so
init=/bin/bash doesn't work, so I just get the usb drive and plug and play.


I do this so I can invoke the maximum damage to the system under abuse
 
Old 08-15-2012, 03:01 PM
C Anthony Risinger
 
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On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 6:38 AM, Baho Utot <baho-utot@columbus.rr.com> wrote:
> On 08/14/2012 08:53 PM, Oon-Ee Ng wrote:
>>
>> On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 8:13 AM, Tom Gundersen <teg@jklm.no> wrote:
>>>
>>> On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 1:55 AM, David Benfell
>>> <benfell@parts-unknown.org> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Does systemd not use the standard
>>>> mount program and follow /etc/fstab?
>>>
>>> It does. Though it does not use "mount -a", but rather mounts each fs
>>> separately.
>>
>>
>
> [putolin]
>
> I came across another anomaly on my systemd boxes that I would like someone
> to verify if they could. Please do this on a backup system.
>
> I was changing some lvm partitions about that were mounted in /etc/fstab,
> actually I removed them and created two new lvm partitions with different
> names, but failed to update the fstab. Upon rebooting the systems failed to
> boot and where stuck at trying to mount the non existing lvm partitions. I
> could not fix the systems as I could not get a "recovery" bash prompt. I
> had to use a boot live CD to edit the fstab and then all was well. On all my
> sysvinit systems a bad mount point would just give me an error and continue
> booting.
>
> Could some brave enterprising soul confirm this?
>
> This created the following question: Can systemd boot a system without a
> fstab?

you would have to provide the mountpoints -- depending on what you
were mounting i'm quite sure initscripts would fail (/usr? /var? what
was changed??), though they may very well just keep chugging on,
pretending all is well.

root mount depends on nothing more than what's listed on the kernel
cmdline in grub.cfg or equivalent. you could have also added
`break=y` (legacy form, i forget the new syntax) to open a shell in
the initramfs and correct from there.

AFAIK systemd doesn't NEED an fstab, but you would then need to
provide native *.mount files instead ... SOMETHING has to tell it
where the mounts go, yes?

--

C Anthony
 
Old 08-15-2012, 03:29 PM
Kevin Chadwick
 
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> though they may very well just keep chugging on,
> pretending all is well.

Very last post on systemd as you've said this before and I chose not to
respond.

No, they will throw a decriptive or general error and do what the script
author intended which could be sub routines, traps which could be ask
the user anything and ^C may work too. You see this as a good thing? Was
systemd intended to just stop without a prompt?

--
__________________________________________________ _____________________

'Write programs that do one thing and do it well. Write programs to work
together. Write programs to handle text streams, because that is a
universal interface'

(Doug McIlroy)
__________________________________________________ _____________________
 
Old 08-15-2012, 04:26 PM
C Anthony Risinger
 
Default

On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 10:29 AM, Kevin Chadwick <ma1l1ists@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>> though they may very well just keep chugging on,
>> pretending all is well.
>
> Very last post on systemd as you've said this before and I chose not to
> respond.
>
> No, they will throw a decriptive or general error and do what the script
> author intended which could be sub routines, traps which could be ask
> the user anything and ^C may work too. You see this as a good thing? Was
> systemd intended to just stop without a prompt?

i don't at all understand what you're trying to say/insinuate here?

systemd will indeed drop to a prompt if the problem is critical
(though i'm admittedly not 100% sure where that boundary lies, i think
if `basic.target` isn't reached or something ...), but it has an
rather long timeout that could easy lead a user into thinking it's
"stuck" (something obnoxious like 5 minutes IIRC).

at any rate, i'm pretty sure a failing mount only blocks boot if it's
a system/api mountpoint ... i had a bad fstab at one point and i don't
recall any serious issue, which is why the OP needs to provide more
information.

initscripts != sysvinit. there are no sufficiently unique
requirements across distributions to warrant each one writing near
100% custom boot routines -- we all boot pretty much the same way.

--

C Anthony
 

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