meino.cramer | 28 Nov 19:35 2014
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Slighty confused about net connections

Hi,

I am /slightly/ confused about a specific net setup:

There are two small (technically identical) embedded
gentoo "systems" (too small to call them without thos "s).

Both run the same Gentoo.
Both do ethernet over usb.

Both are configured to have different IPs of the same subnet
and do have different MACs.

Both are connected to the same usb hub of the motherboard of
my PC (shich runs Gentoo...).

I setup one usb0 interface on my PC.

But regardless in which order I plug in the USB cables to
those little boards: I cannot ssh to the second board.
When used alone there are no problems, so both boards
are technically ok.

Do I really need two interfaces isb0 and usb1 with different
subnets here?

Or do I miss something?

Best regards,
Meino
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siefke_listen@web.de | 27 Nov 19:45 2014
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nginx ssl

Hello,

has someone here running nginx with comodo ssl? I try it yet since few
hours but nginx say something what i can not understand.

nginx -t
nginx: [emerg] SSL_CTX_use_PrivateKey_file("/var/www/de/etc/ssl/de.key") failed (SSL:
error:0B080074:x509 certificate routines:X509_check_private_key:key values mismatch)
nginx: configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf test failed

I become from comodo a zip with a bundle file and the crt file.

# ssl
ssl_certificate /var/www/de/etc/ssl/de.ca-bundle;
ssl_certificate_key /var/www/de/etc/ssl/de.key;
ssl_protocols TLSv1 TLSv1.1 TLSv1.2;
ssl_ciphers 'AES256+EECDH:AES256+EDH';
ssl_prefer_server_ciphers on;

But want not work. Check run with the error message missmatch. Has someone
expierence here?

Thank you & Nice day

Silvio

Helmut Jarausch | 27 Nov 14:48 2014
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Python Installation

Hi,

I have python2.7 and python3.4 installed here.
I'd like to emerge any packages which use python only for python3.4  
unless this package
can only be installed for python2.7.

Currently, I have the following in /etc/portage/make.conf and with this  
configuration, packages
which can be installed for python2.7 and python3.4 are install twice  
(for 2.7 and 3.4).
What am I doing wrong?

PYTHON_TARGETS="python2_7 python3_4"
USE_PYTHON="2.7 3.4"
PYTHON_SINGLE_TARGET="python2_7"

Many thanks for a hint,
Helmut

Paige Thompson | 27 Nov 03:24 2014

Re: Gentoo's future directtion ?

Have a look at this

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2935899/is-there-any-git-repository-with-official-daily-updated-gentoo-portage

On 11/27/14 02:03, Rich Freeman wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 8:51 PM, Paige Thompson <erratic <at> yourstruly.sx> wrote:
>> you might check out webrsync fwiw
>>
> Webrsync is great, of course, but not really the same thing as git.
>
> Changelogs will also go away when we move to git.
>
> --
> Rich
>

Paige Thompson | 27 Nov 03:17 2014

Re: Gentoo's future directtion ?

You know I don't think thats going to happen because if you look at
layman its not as if they didn't think of using git for package trees;
all of them do use git.

A good example of why I don't think they will be using git for portage:
``git clone https://git.kernel.org'

This takes a very long time and a lot of bandwidth and a lot of space.
Why move data that isn't going to be used? With rsync I believe you can
exclude categories:
http://www.gentoo-wiki.info/TIP_Exclude_categories_from_emerge_sync

If they were gonna do that with git every category would have to be a
submodule. I could be wrong but I just want to believe it hasn't been
made available despite being supported for a good reason.

On 11/27/14 02:03, Rich Freeman wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 8:51 PM, Paige Thompson <erratic <at> yourstruly.sx> wrote:
>> you might check out webrsync fwiw
>>
> Webrsync is great, of course, but not really the same thing as git.
>
> Changelogs will also go away when we move to git.
>
> --
> Rich
>

Tanstaafl | 26 Nov 14:56 2014

Layman - list any/all apps installed from a layman repo

Is this possible?

I have two layman repos I have added at some point in time in the past:
sunrise, and ultrabug.

I'd like to see what, if any packages, I have installed from them, and
see if I can remove them and ultimately remove the layman repo.

Thanks

Joseph | 25 Nov 19:13 2014
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dependencies for media-libs/phonon-vlc

I'm getting a message for: media-libs/phonon-vlc

Calculating dependencies /

!!! Problem resolving dependencies for media-libs/phonon-vlc
... done!

!!! The ebuild selected to satisfy "media-libs/phonon-vlc" has unmet requirements.
- media-libs/phonon-vlc-0.7.2::gentoo USE="-debug -qt4 (-qt5)" ABI_X86="64"

  The following REQUIRED_USE flag constraints are unsatisfied:
    any-of ( qt4 qt5 )

What does it want?
I've tried in package.use 
media-libs/phonon-vlc -debug -qt4 (-qt5)

it doesn't help.

--

-- 
Joseph

Frank Steinmetzger | 25 Nov 04:35 2014
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World update and changed PYTHON_TARGETS

Hey list

during yesterday's upgrade I read the news about python 3.4 being the
new profile default. In its course a lot of python-related packages were
indeed rebuilt (up until then I had set PYTHON_TARGETS to 2.7, 3.3 and
3.4 manually due to blender, which already required 3.4). But in the
end, depclean will still not remove python 3.3. So I dug and after some
more cleanup (some packages had to be un-keyword to support 3.4) I got:

---[ $ emerge -cpv python:3.3 ]-------------------------------------------------
Calculating dependencies... done!
  dev-lang/python-3.3.5-r1 pulled in by:
    dev-python/lxml-3.3.5 requires >=dev-lang/python-3.3.2-r2:3.3
    dev-python/setuptools-7.0 requires >=dev-lang/python-3.3.2-r2:3.3
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

What I don't understand:

---[ $ emerge -pvuD --changed-use --with-bdeps=y world ]------------------------
[...]
Total: 0 packages, Size of downloads: 0 kB

---[ $ emerge -p lxml setuptools ]----------------------------------------------
[ebuild     U ~] dev-python/lxml-3.4.1 [3.3.5] PYTHON_TARGETS="-python3_3*"
[ebuild   R   ~] dev-python/setuptools-7.0  PYTHON_TARGETS="-pypy3% -python3_3*"

The following keyword changes are necessary to proceed:
 (see "package.accept_keywords" in the portage(5) man page for more details)
# required by lxml (argument)
=dev-python/lxml-3.4.1 ~amd64
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Alec Ten Harmsel | 24 Nov 23:24 2014

cups-filters failing to build

Hey guys,

I've been having a really strange issue with net-print/cups-filters for
the last few weeks, wondering whether or not it's a bug or I just have
something configured wrong. Somehow ${S} is defined as:

    /var/tmp/portage/net-print/cups-filters-1.0.53/work/cups-filters-3.2.10

and the build predictably fails. Normally this wouldn't bother me (I
don't use cups at all), except that cups is a build-time dependency for
dev-java/icedtea.

Build log and output of `emerge --info` attached.

Regards,

Alec
 * Package:    net-print/cups-filters-1.0.53
 * Repository: gentoo
 * Maintainer: printing <at> gentoo.org
 * USE:        abi_x86_64 amd64 dbus elibc_glibc foomatic kernel_linux userland_GNU
 * FEATURES:   preserve-libs sandbox userpriv usersandbox
 * Package:    net-print/cups-filters-1.0.53
 * Repository: gentoo
 * Maintainer: printing <at> gentoo.org
 * USE:        abi_x86_64 amd64 dbus elibc_glibc foomatic kernel_linux userland_GNU
 * FEATURES:   preserve-libs sandbox userpriv usersandbox
>>> Unpacking source...
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James | 24 Nov 22:36 2014
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lxqt-meta-0.8.0 install

Ok,

>
>

So I currently have lxde installed, and clearly there are bugs
with upgrading directly to lxqt-meta, on gentoo. But, these
0.8.0 ebuilds collectively have been moved from the overlay for
lxqt on gentoo. to the portage tree, and hard masked (red on my system).

I'm building up on new btrfs systems and some old test boxes should be
ready soon; so I can get around the upgrade problem by just installing
lxqt-meta-0.8.0 anew, right?

Here is what I get on the lxde workstation:

# emerge -uDNvp lxqt-meta

These are the packages that would be merged, in order:

Calculating dependencies... done!
[ebuild  N     ] x11-apps/setxkbmap-1.3.0  123 kB
[ebuild     U ~] x11-libs/libfm-1.2.3:0/4.3.0 [1.1.4:0/4.7.1] USE="automount
examples udisks -debug -doc -exif% -gtk% -vala" 878 kB
[ebuild  N    ~] dev-libs/libqtxdg-0.5.3  USE="{-test}" 52 kB
[ebuild  N    ~] x11-misc/obconf-qt-0.1.0  51 kB
[ebuild  N    ~] lxqt-base/lxqt-config-randr-0.7.0  58 kB
[ebuild  N    ~] x11-misc/pcmanfm-qt-0.7.0  123 kB
[ebuild  N     ] sys-auth/polkit-qt-0.112.0  USE="examples qt4 -debug
(-qt5)" 67 kB
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James | 24 Nov 18:09 2014
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flag details

Hello,

So, I use euse to read aobut flags. Sometimes the same flag has slightly,
but significantly different meanings depending on the packages it
is use on. A tool with perhaps more detail or that parse the ebuild/sources
for even greater detail information?

I also use Ciaran's old (filter)script on flags:

explainuseflag(){ sed -ne "s,^\([^ ]*:\)\?$1 - ,,p" $(portageq
portdir)/profiles/use.{,local.}desc; }

Which is due for updating. If does a nice job of filtering out the
package version details, which I do not need most of the time.

Suggested fixes to Ciarans old filter quickie I use from by bashrc?

Are there any more detailed tools, even gui based tools, for 
reading about the details of what a flag does on a given package
or information related to compile-time or run-time settings on a
given code (but not including looking at the sources, I know I can 
do that)?

(Gmane on gentoo user is working again from a browser window (yea).
Sorry for the recent noisy_posts.

curiously,
James

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