New home for the New FDOM
david at tuxbrain.com
Thu Oct 30 12:12:38 CET 2008
Please send it to me and I will upload it,
El jue, 30-10-2008 a las 11:07 +0000, Vasco Névoa escribió:
> I've also tried FDOMizer yesterday, and I had to patch it by hand in a
> few cases. Mainly, I had to update a few download links from
> angstrom-distribution.org .
> Citando Jonathan Schultz <jonathan at imatix.com>:
> > I just tried updating my FDOM using FDOMizer from the 20080927
> > version and have had some gains but a few losses and problems.
> > Some of the applications work but others (notably GnuChess and
> > Openmoocow) don't. In particular GnuChess just goes and consumes
> > all available CPU without apparently doing anything. OpenMooCow
> > doesn't appear to do anything either but at least doesn't take any
> > CPU time.
> > I'm guessing here but I'd think that all those forced dependencies
> > are likely to be causing problems. For example I only have gtk+ v
> > 2.10.14-r2 instead of 2.12.11; libglib-2.0.0 v 22.214.171.124-r4 instead
> > of 2.16.4; libcairo2 v 1.4.10-r0 instead of 1.6.4. Should I be
> > using a different repository here?
> > There were a couple of files that the script attempted to download
> > from angsgtrom that weren't available. Curiously enough the files
> > that are available are older versions than those requested by the
> > script. These are:
> > http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/feeds/2008/ipk/glibc/armv4t/base/libpurple-protocol-msn_2.5.1-r0.1_armv4t.ipk
> > http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/feeds/2008/ipk/glibc/armv4t/base/libpurple-libjabber_2.5.0-r0_armv4t.ipk
> > There was something funny about the rc.local file, which the script
> > update-rc.d expected to find in /etc/init.d but which were in /etc
> > I copied it then re-ran update-rc.d and things looked a bit better.
> > I suspect that I'd be better off abandoning the FDOMizer script and
> > reinstalling the latest version, which seems a pity because update
> > scripts are a great idea.
> > Cheers, Jonathan
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