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Old 04-26-2008, 06:36 AM
Ralf Stephan
 
Default mktemp dependency problems

Hello,
recently sys-apps/mktemp is blocking coreutils even in x86.
mktemp is needed by baselayout, debianutils and a2ps.
As a2ps is optional and newer baselayout (~x86) version
no longer require mktemp, that leaves debianutils requiring
mktemp, even in ~x86 versions.

So, we have a problem.

What am I missing here?


Regards,
ralf
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Old 04-26-2008, 06:38 AM
Ralf Stephan
 
Default mktemp dependency problems

> no longer require mktemp, that leaves debianutils requiring
> mktemp, even in ~x86 versions.

Make that 'even in x86 versions'
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Old 04-26-2008, 07:15 AM
Uwe Thiem
 
Default mktemp dependency problems

On Saturday 26 April 2008, Ralf Stephan wrote:
> Hello,
> recently sys-apps/mktemp is blocking coreutils even in x86.
> mktemp is needed by baselayout, debianutils and a2ps.
> As a2ps is optional and newer baselayout (~x86) version
> no longer require mktemp, that leaves debianutils requiring
> mktemp, even in ~x86 versions.

Mktemp is now part of coreutils. Unmerge mktemp, emerge coreutils, and
you are set.

Uwe

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Old 04-28-2008, 03:30 PM
Chris Brennan
 
Default mktemp dependency problems

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I've noticed that after my upgrade to bl2/openrc and upgrading coreutils
(and unmerging mktemp) that wgetpaste complains about mktemp not being
found.

Uwe Thiem wrote:
| On Saturday 26 April 2008, Ralf Stephan wrote:
|> Hello,
|> recently sys-apps/mktemp is blocking coreutils even in x86.
|> mktemp is needed by baselayout, debianutils and a2ps.
|> As a2ps is optional and newer baselayout (~x86) version
|> no longer require mktemp, that leaves debianutils requiring
|> mktemp, even in ~x86 versions.
|
| Mktemp is now part of coreutils. Unmerge mktemp, emerge coreutils, and
| you are set.
|
| Uwe
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Old 04-28-2008, 03:56 PM
"Francisco Rivas"
 
Default mktemp dependency problems

Hi everybody,

I have a laptop Dell Inspiron 6400 with an ATI Mobility X1300 video card and Kernel 2.6.23-gentoo-r3. I installed ATI driver using emerge ati-drivers, the version installed 8.40.4, after the installation I did the aticonfig --initial but I not getting acceleration, plus there is another thing that I want to understand, if I use the command eselect opengl set ati (as root) the system switch to it, but my normal user doesn't. Actually wheter I execute glxinfo as normal user I get :



//some stuff erased
0x5f 24 dc* 0 32* 0 r* y* .* 8* 8* 8* 8* 0 24* 8* 0* 0* 0* 0* 0 0 None
0x60 24 dc* 0 32* 0 r* .* .* 8* 8* 8* 8* 0 24* 8* 0* 0* 0* 0* 0 0 None
0x61 24 dc* 0 32* 0 r* y* .* 8* 8* 8* 8* 0 24* 0* 0* 0* 0* 0* 0 0 None


0x62 24 dc* 0 32* 0 r* .* .* 8* 8* 8* 8* 0 24* 0* 0* 0* 0* 0* 0 0 None
Segmentation Fault
But wheter I execute as root I get no Segmentation Fault.

Besides, looking at dmesg I found this

glxinfo[5928]: segfault at 00000018 eip b7f73b9a esp bfa0b1f0 error 4

glxinfo[5929]: segfault at 00000018 eip b7f6db9a esp bfbcabb0 error 4
glxinfo[5930]: segfault at 00000018 eip b7f13b9a esp bf84a030 error 4
glxinfo[5931]: segfault at 00000018 eip b7f63b9a esp bfe6be50 error 4
glxinfo[5932]: segfault at 00000018 eip b7fe8b9a esp bfe8ce70 error 4

glxinfo[5933]: segfault at 00000018 eip b7efdb9a esp bfc63450 error 4
glxinfo[5934]: segfault at 00000018 eip b7f06b9a esp bfcbdca0 error 4
glxinfo[5935]: segfault at 00000018 eip b7fcab9a esp bfe1c600 error 4
glxinfo[5936]: segfault at 00000018 eip b7fbeb9a esp bf896880 error 4

glxinfo[5937]: segfault at 00000018 eip b7f72b9a esp bfa0f1f0 error 4

And I don't know what to do. Is my mistake?, could anyone help me with this?

thanks in advance and best regards..
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Old 04-28-2008, 04:05 PM
Alan McKinnon
 
Default mktemp dependency problems

On Monday 28 April 2008, Chris Brennan wrote:
> I've noticed that after my upgrade to bl2/openrc and upgrading
> coreutils (and unmerging mktemp) that wgetpaste complains about
> mktemp not being found.

1. Please don't top post. This thread now reads in the sequence 2,3,1
which is harder to parse than necessary

2. coreutils provides mktemp, as /usr/bin/mktemp which ought to be in
your $PATH. Check the output of 'equery files coreutils' to see if
mktemp is there, if not then remerge coreutils.

alan





>
> Uwe Thiem wrote:
> | On Saturday 26 April 2008, Ralf Stephan wrote:
> |> Hello,
> |> recently sys-apps/mktemp is blocking coreutils even in x86.
> |> mktemp is needed by baselayout, debianutils and a2ps.
> |> As a2ps is optional and newer baselayout (~x86) version
> |> no longer require mktemp, that leaves debianutils requiring
> |> mktemp, even in ~x86 versions.
> |
> | Mktemp is now part of coreutils. Unmerge mktemp, emerge coreutils,
> | and you are set.
> |
> | Uwe



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Old 04-28-2008, 04:24 PM
"Dirk Heinrichs"
 
Default mktemp dependency problems

Am Montag, 28. April 2008 schrieb Francisco Rivas:

> I have a laptop Dell Inspiron 6400 with an ATI Mobility X1300 video card
> and Kernel 2.6.23-gentoo-r3. I installed ATI driver using emerge
> ati-drivers, the version installed 8.40.4, after the installation I did the
> aticonfig --initial but I not getting acceleration, plus there is another
> thing that I want to understand, if I use the command eselect opengl set
> ati (as root) the system switch to it, but my normal user doesn't. Actually
> wheter I execute glxinfo as normal user I get :

I don't see how this is related to "mktemp dependency problems". Please do not
hijack other threads by replying to an existing one when you really want to
post a new question.

Bye...

Dirk
 

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