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Old 03-22-2011, 10:50 AM
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Old 03-22-2011, 03:49 PM
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On 20 September 2011 23:03, <gentoo-desktop+help@lists.gentoo.org> wrote:

Topics (messages 1986 through 1994):

[gentoo-desktop] How to get rid of things depending on KDE4.

* * *1986 - Dale <rdalek1967@gmail.com>

[gentoo-desktop] How to get rid of things depending on KDE4.
* * *1987 - Sebastian Beßler <sebastian@darkmetatron.de>


[gentoo-desktop] How to get rid of things depending on KDE4.
* * *1988 - Alex Schuster <wonko@wonkology.org>

[gentoo-desktop] How to get rid of things depending on KDE4.

* * *1989 - Michał Górny <mgorny@gentoo.org>

[gentoo-desktop] How to get rid of things depending on KDE4.
* * *1990 - Sebastian Beßler <sebastian@darkmetatron.de>


[gentoo-desktop] How to get rid of things depending on KDE4.
* * *1991 - Alex Schuster <wonko@wonkology.org>

[gentoo-desktop] kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves-3.5.10-r1 and hal USE flag

* * *1992 - Alex Schuster <wonko@wonkology.org>

[gentoo-desktop] How to get rid of things depending on KDE4.
* * *1993 - Dale <rdalek1967@gmail.com>


[gentoo-desktop] How to get rid of things depending on KDE4.
* * *1994 - Dale <rdalek1967@gmail.com>



I am still working on a stable install of KDE3 for a friend. *Thing is, some KDE4 stuff keeps getting pulled in. *This is the list as best as I can tell with my command:


kde-base/khelpcenter-4.7.1
kde-base/kdesu-4.7.1
kde-base/nepomuk-4.7.1
kde-base/kdelibs-4.7.1
kde-base/kde-env-4.7.1

I suspect this is a USE flag problem but I can't figure it out for the life of me. *Here is the USE line from emerge --info:


USE="3dnow 3dnowext X aac acpi alsa aml apng auto-hinter automount avahi bash-completion berkdb bzip2 cairo cdda cddb cdr chroot cleartype cli clucene consolekit corefonts cracklib cups curl cxx dbus declarative dri dvd dvdr emboss encode escreen esd exif fam fdftk ffmpeg firefox flac fortran gdbm gdu gif gimp gkrellm gnutls gphoto2 gpm gtk hbci hddtemp iconv ipv6 java _javascript_ jbig jpeg jpeg2k justify kde kipi lcms libnotify libwww logrotate loop-aes mad mdnsresponder-compat melt mmx mng modules mp3 mp4 mpeg mplayer mudflap mysql ncurses nls nptl nptlonly nsplugin offensive ofx ogg opengl openmp pam pango parport pcre pdf perl phonon plasma png policykit ppds ppp pppd python qt3 qt3support qt4 readline sasl sdl seamonkey semantic-desktop session sift smp spell sse ssl startup-notification svg sysfs syslog tcl tcpd threads tiff tk truetype type1 udev unicode usb vcd vorbis webkit win32codecs wma wmf x264 x86 xcb xcomposite xinerama xml xorg xscreensaver xv xvid yahoo zeroconf zlib"


I have policykit disabled in make.conf but it is enabled according to emerge --info. *Is that the problem? *One of them at least? *I have tried to remove that but they keep getting pulled in. *I did get rid of some but these last few are hair pullers to get rid of.


Thanks for any tips.

Dale

:-) *:-)

Am 18.09.2011 21:39, schrieb Dale:

> Thanks for any tips.

The first I would try is to remove the kde and kipi flags. If that helps
then set them via package.use for one package at a time *so you find

what pulls kde4.

Greetings

Sebastian


Dale writes:

> I am still working on a stable install of KDE3 for a friend.

I gave up on this. I was not able to enable HAL :-)

> Thing is,

> some KDE4 stuff keeps getting pulled in. *This is the list as best as I
> can tell with my command:
>
> kde-base/khelpcenter-4.7.1
> kde-base/kdesu-4.7.1
> kde-base/nepomuk-4.7.1
> kde-base/kdelibs-4.7.1

> kde-base/kde-env-4.7.1

Use the -t/--tree argument to emerge, this will tell you what is pulling
them in.

* * * *Wonko

On Sun, 18 Sep 2011 14:39:12 -0500
Dale <rdalek1967@gmail.com> wrote:


> I am still working on a stable install of KDE3 for a friend. *Thing
> is, some KDE4 stuff keeps getting pulled in. *This is the list as
> best as I can tell with my command:
>
> kde-base/khelpcenter-4.7.1

> kde-base/kdesu-4.7.1
> kde-base/nepomuk-4.7.1
> kde-base/kdelibs-4.7.1
> kde-base/kde-env-4.7.1

emerge --depclean -v =kde-base/khelpcenter-4.7.1

should show what keeps it around. And similarly for remaining packages.


--
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Michał Górny

Am 18.09.2011 23:23, schrieb Alex Schuster:
> Dale writes:
>
>> I am still working on a stable install of KDE3 for a friend.
>
> I gave up on this. I was not able to enable HAL :-)


HAL is just on of many good reasons to avoid KDE3 and use something else
like e17 or xfce4. If KDE tools are needed then use the ones from KDE4,
they work flawless with other DE and WM

Greetings

Sebastian Beßler




Sebastian Beßler writes:

> Am 18.09.2011 23:23, schrieb Alex Schuster:
> > Dale writes:
> >
> >> I am still working on a stable install of KDE3 for a friend.
> >

> > I gave up on this. I was not able to enable HAL :-)
>
> HAL is just on of many good reasons to avoid KDE3 and use something else
> like e17 or xfce4. If KDE tools are needed then use the ones from KDE4,

> they work flawless with other DE and WM

The problem were the kioslaves, without HAL, KDE3 was unable to detect
and automount external media. I wanted to keep the setup, the PC is
rather old and slow, but in the end I switched to KDE4. Using Sabayon

Linux instead of Gentoo, in order to avoid the compiles.

* * * *Wonko

Sorry for the looong delay. It's partially because I the system it remote
and I do not always have access to it, and partially because I nearly

forgot about this *Sorry for that.

Long, long ago Tiago Marques wrote:

> On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 11:29 PM, Brent Busby <brent@keycorner.org>
> wrote:

> > On Tue, 12 Jul 2011, Alex Schuster wrote:

> >> Auto-mounting of external media like CDs does not work, I assume
> >> it's because I have no HAL support for kioslaves:
> >>

> >> leela ~ # USE=hal emerge -pv kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves:3.5
> >>
> >> These are the packages that would be merged, in order:
> >>
> >> Calculating dependencies... done!

> >> [ebuild * R * *] kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves-3.**5.10-r1 *USE="ldap
> >> samba -
> >> debug (-hal) -kdehiddenvisibility -openexr" 0 kB [1]

> >> The (-hal) probably means that this USE flag is disabled by profile.

> >> Is there a way to enable it? Or does one have to mount CDs manually
> >> with KDE 3.5 now?
> >>
> >> I tried to put -hal in package.use.mask, and hal in
> >> package.use.force (whatever thsi is). And in package.use of course,

> >> but this does not help. When I look into the ebuild, it seems that
> >> sys- apps/dbus has to be compiled with qt3, but there is no such USE
> >> flag for this package. Maybe that's why hal is masked in the first

> >> place.
> >>
> >> So, is there anything I can do about it?
> >
> > Here's what I've had to do...
> >
> > In /etc/portage/package.use.mask:

> >
> > kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves -hal
> > app-cdr/k3b -hal

Here, too.

> > In /etc/portage/package.keywords (because newer masked ebuilds of
> > these two packages solve some build issues):

> >
> > kde-base/kdelibs:3.5 ~amd64
> > kde-base/kcontrol:3.5 ~amd64

Done (with ~x86 instead).

> > In /etc/portage/package.unmask:
> >
> > kde-base/kdelibs:3.5

> > kde-base/kcontrol:3.5
>
> > Hope this helps...

No, it did not help

> Install this and all will be ok:
>
> kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves-3.5.10-r1
> sys-apps/dbus-1.2.24

> sys-apps/hal-0.5.13-r2

I tried, getting these ooold versions from the attic. *But it still
didn't work out.

But the PC is a rather old one, and so I decided to go away from Gentoo.
Using distcc helped, but only when I and my fast (well not really, but

much faster than that old Sempron) PC were there. I decided to try
Sabayon Linux, which is based on Gentoo, but binary. There is no KDE3,
though, so I had to install KDE4. Which is somewhat slow, maybe Xfce4 or
LXDE will be better.


BTW, I'm not too happy with Sabayon either. The equo package manager is
not as sophisticated as emerge, for example it looks like it is not
possible to call it when another instance is already running. And I do

not yet understand how I can mix equo with portage. But I dod not dig
into this too much, the person using this PC mainly uses KMail, Firefox
and aMSN, and this is working fine.

Anyway, thanks both of you for your assistance.


* * * *Wonk

Michał Górny wrote:

On Sun, 18 Sep 2011 14:39:12 -0500
Dale<rdalek1967@gmail.com> *wrote:



I am still working on a stable install of KDE3 for a friend. *Thing
is, some KDE4 stuff keeps getting pulled in. *This is the list as

best as I can tell with my command:

kde-base/khelpcenter-4.7.1
kde-base/kdesu-4.7.1
kde-base/nepomuk-4.7.1
kde-base/kdelibs-4.7.1
kde-base/kde-env-4.7.1
emerge --depclean -v =kde-base/khelpcenter-4.7.1


should show what keeps it around. And similarly for remaining packages.

Did some of that already, just forgot to mention it. *It seems to go into circles. *I installed KDE4 first then KDE3. *I'm thinking about getting rid of them both then installing just KDE3. *I really think there is some USE flag that is doing this.


I did remove the KDE USE flag. *It didn't help. *I'm going to switch to a plain Desktop profile. *I think I have it on the KDE profile not that I think about it.

Thanks.

Dale

:-) *:-)


Sebastian Beßler wrote:

Am 18.09.2011 21:39, schrieb Dale:


Thanks for any tips.
The first I would try is to remove the kde and kipi flags. If that helps

then set them via package.use for one package at a time *so you find
what pulls kde4.

Greetings

Sebastian


I set it to a plain desktop profile and that seemed to clean things up nicely. *Now we cooking with KDE3.


Thanks much. *I knew it was something simple that I was missing.

Dale

:-) *:-)
 
Old 09-21-2011, 03:56 PM
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Envoy: Jeudi 1 Mars 2012 19:12:12
Objet: Re: [gentoo-doc] ARM manuals

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On 03/01/12 01:44, Sven Vermeulen wrote:


On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 8:35 PM, wireless< wireless@tampabay.rr. com > wrote:


A while back there was talk of Gentoo and Ubuntu exploring
some deeper form of cooperation; a merger of sorts. Surely
an interesting idea.

I wasn't aware of that. Do you have some info on this?

The apr 1 info, may be the key parameter. I remember reading snippets
in several locations.... but nothing to recall now. I did not
really focus on the issue at the time, so it is completely
possible it was but a lark, I did not discern.....

Still, an interesting idea, some would think. I have taken
the path of setting up raid under Ubuntu, as suggested to me
by a few old gentoers. While visiting the Ubuntu offerings,
it surprises me to see so many (gentoo) familiar folks bouncing
around and using Ubuntu, for a wide variety of purposes.
Quite a lively and social bunch over there at Ubuntu, many
old friends.....






Curiously, Ubuntu seems to be able to
publish documents, very easily.

Publication isn't an issue. We also have http://wiki.gentoo.org where
you can quickly set up and publish documents.
]
Yes you are correct. Also, I did find the Ubuntu installation media
(alternate.iso) for explicitly setting up RAID, as part of the
native Ubuntu installation docs and media.

Furthermore, Ubuntu on arm boards; documents intended for the rank and file users; very cool indeed.

I'm still looking for equivalents in Gentoo; maybe after grub-2
is stable on gentoo, we can get a singular document and matching installation media for installing RAID from scratch.....

Also note,native ARM support for netbooks, laptop and lite-workstations
is coming to many linux distros. I just hope Gentoo leads
rather than follows in that regard. Surely the talent
is in the dev_pool to make it work, it's the documentation
that is the real challenge, imho.

sincerely,
James
 
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> Dear ,
> The place is at value_search in symbols.c line 4252,I must apologize
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OK -- but the same question still applies:

struct syment *
value_search(ulong value, ulong *offset)
{
struct syment *sp, *spnext;

if (!in_ksymbol_range(value))
return((struct syment *)NULL);


How does it get past in_ksymbol_range()? What is the value of st->symtable[0].value and the passed-in "value"?

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> Below you find my version of the ptov function. I have just added a
> few lines and placed them under "#if defined(ARM)". The test is
> reasonable for ARM so I would appreciate if you include it. For other
> platforms please do whatever you like.
>
> Jan
>
>
> void
> cmd_ptov(void)
> {
> int c;
> ulong vaddr;
> physaddr_t paddr;
> #if defined(ARM)
> physaddr_t paddr_tst;
> #endif
> char buf1[BUFSIZE];
> char buf2[BUFSIZE];
> int others;
>
> while ((c = getopt(argcnt, args, "")) != EOF) {
> switch(c)
> {
> default:
> argerrs++;
> break;
> }
> }
>
> if (argerrs || !args[optind])
> cmd_usage(pc->curcmd, SYNOPSIS);
>
> others = 0;
> while (args[optind]) {
> paddr = htoll(args[optind], FAULT_ON_ERROR, NULL);
> vaddr = PTOV(paddr);
>
> #if defined(ARM)
> if (kvtop(0, vaddr, &paddr_tst, 0) && paddr_tst==paddr) { #endif
> fprintf(fp, "%s%s %s
", others++ ? "
" : "",
> mkstring(buf1, VADDR_PRLEN, LJUST, "VIRTUAL"),
> mkstring(buf2, VADDR_PRLEN, LJUST, "PHYSICAL"));
> fprintf(fp, "%s %s
",
> mkstring(buf1, VADDR_PRLEN, LJUST|LONG_HEX, MKSTR(vaddr)),
> mkstring(buf2, VADDR_PRLEN, LJUST|LONGLONG_HEX,
> MKSTR(&paddr)));
> #if defined(ARM)
> } else {
> fprintf(fp, "Unknown virtual address for physical address
> 0x%08llx
", paddr);
> }
> #endif
>
> optind++;
> }
> }

I hate the "#ifdef ARM" sections and the error message doesn't fit into multiple-argument usage. How's this work for you?

--- crash-6.0.8/memory.c.orig 2012-07-06 11:28:13.000000000 -0400
+++ crash-6.0.8/memory.c 2012-07-06 11:32:02.000000000 -0400
@@ -2975,9 +2975,9 @@
void
cmd_ptov(void)
{
- int c;
+ int c, unknown;
ulong vaddr;
- physaddr_t paddr;
+ physaddr_t paddr, paddr_test;
char buf1[BUFSIZE];
char buf2[BUFSIZE];
int others;
@@ -2999,10 +2999,14 @@
paddr = htoll(args[optind], FAULT_ON_ERROR, NULL);
vaddr = PTOV(paddr);

+ unknown = BITS32() && (!kvtop(0, vaddr, &paddr_test, 0) ||
+ (paddr_test != paddr));
+
fprintf(fp, "%s%s %s
", others++ ? "
" : "",
mkstring(buf1, VADDR_PRLEN, LJUST, "VIRTUAL"),
mkstring(buf2, VADDR_PRLEN, LJUST, "PHYSICAL"));
- fprintf(fp, "%s %s
",
+ fprintf(fp, "%s %s
", unknown ?
+ mkstring(buf1, VADDR_PRLEN, LJUST, "unknown") :
mkstring(buf1, VADDR_PRLEN, LJUST|LONG_HEX, MKSTR(vaddr)),
mkstring(buf2, VADDR_PRLEN, LJUST|LONGLONG_HEX,


With one my sample ARM dumps, it looks like this:

crash> kmem -p
PAGE PHYSICAL MAPPING INDEX CNT FLAGS
c0b47000 80000000 0 0 0 0
c0b47020 80001000 0 0 0 0
c0b47040 80002000 0 0 0 0
... [ cut ] ...
c0d46fa0 8fffd000 0 0 1 400
c0d46fc0 8fffe000 0 0 1 400
c0d46fe0 8ffff000 0 0 1 400
crash>

crash> ptov 7ffff000 80000000 8ffff000 9000000
VIRTUAL PHYSICAL
unknown 7ffff000

VIRTUAL PHYSICAL
c0000000 80000000

VIRTUAL PHYSICAL
cffff000 8ffff000

VIRTUAL PHYSICAL
unknown 9000000
crash>

Dave


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