MacPorts | 1 Sep 01:11 2011

Re: [MacPorts] #31051: Unified py*-anyjson Portfile

#31051: Unified py*-anyjson Portfile
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  Reporter:  stromnov <at> …             |       Owner:  blair <at> …           
      Type:  enhancement            |      Status:  closed            
  Priority:  Normal                 |   Milestone:                    
 Component:  ports                  |     Version:  2.0.1             
Resolution:  fixed                  |    Keywords:                    
      Port:  py-anyjson             |  
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Changes (by blair <at> …):

  * status:  new => closed
  * resolution:  => fixed

Comment:

 Thanks.  Updated in r83414, r83415, r83416 and r83417.

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MacPorts | 1 Sep 02:30 2011

Re: [MacPorts] #30168: adduser results in macports users appearing as interactive users

#30168: adduser results in macports users appearing as interactive users
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  Reporter:  michal.vanco <at> …          |       Owner:  macports-tickets <at> …                   
      Type:  defect                  |      Status:  reopened                             
  Priority:  Normal                  |   Milestone:  MacPorts 2.0.1                       
 Component:  base                    |     Version:  1.9.99                               
Resolution:                          |    Keywords:  adduser lion                         
      Port:                          |  
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Changes (by rich <at> …):

  * status:  closed => reopened
  * resolution:  fixed =>

Comment:

 Replying to [comment:22 dluke <at> …]:
 > Replying to [comment:21 blargh.macfag <at> …]:
 > > reserved for what? how does that stop anyone from using these UIDs?
 >
 > Reserved by Apple, for Apple's use.
 >
 > If we use them, we run the risk of having problems later (when Apple
 decides to use the one we were using), so it's not something that we're
 going to do.

 I'd be interested to see where Apple have stated that UIDs < 500 are
 reserved by Apple - I've had a good search through Apple documentation and
 can't seem to find anything stating this, would it maybe be an option to
 get feedback from Apple on this?
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MacPorts | 1 Sep 02:32 2011

[MacPorts] #31055: libusb-devel neglects to link IOKit

#31055: libusb-devel neglects to link IOKit
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 Reporter:  njbutko <at> …          |       Owner:  macports-tickets <at> …                   
     Type:  defect             |      Status:  new                                  
 Priority:  Normal             |   Milestone:                                       
Component:  ports              |     Version:  2.0.1                                
 Keywords:                     |        Port:                                       
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 when libusb-devel is built, the resulting library is not linked to IOKit,
 but should be.

 Appending the following to the end of the Portfile fixes the issue:

 {{{
 configure.ldflags-append "-framework IOKit -framework CoreFoundation"
 }}}

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MacPorts | 1 Sep 02:46 2011

Re: [MacPorts] #30951: Samba3 not reading groups resulting in logon failure. (Lion)

#30951: Samba3 not reading groups resulting in logon failure. (Lion)
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 Reporter:  mandrake <at> …           |       Owner:  mww <at> …           
     Type:  defect               |      Status:  new             
 Priority:  Normal               |   Milestone:                  
Component:  ports                |     Version:  2.0.1           
 Keywords:  lion                 |        Port:  samba3          
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Comment(by joe.neal <at> …):

 Replying to [ticket:30951 mandrake <at> …]:
 > I installed samba3 on my 2010 Mac Mini. I try to log in from another Mac
 Mini and get a NT_STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE (using smbclient). I have added the
 smb user with smbpasswd -a. I have disabled the OSX windows file sharing
 and removed the launchd file that starts apple's netbios.
 >
 > I enabled debugging in smbd and nmbd to see where the login fails. The
 failure is attached in a text file. It seems to be because the server
 can't get a correct list of groups. I can pull up a group list with no
 problem in a terminal window for the user.

 I have the exact same issue, and with my debug set to 10, I see the same
 exact log messages and errors.  After some searching, I don't know if this
 is related to > 16 groups, or not?

 My user is a member of 17 groups.

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MacPorts | 1 Sep 02:54 2011

Re: [MacPorts] #30951: Samba3 not reading groups resulting in logon failure. (Lion)

#30951: Samba3 not reading groups resulting in logon failure. (Lion)
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 Reporter:  mandrake <at> …           |       Owner:  mww <at> …           
     Type:  defect               |      Status:  new             
 Priority:  Normal               |   Milestone:                  
Component:  ports                |     Version:  2.0.1           
 Keywords:  lion                 |        Port:  samba3          
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Comment(by joe.neal <at> …):

 Verified that this is related to too many groups.  As I mentioned above,
 my user is a member of 17 groups.  I created a new user (who with no other
 changes, is a member of 6 groups), and that user works fine.

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MacPorts | 1 Sep 03:09 2011

Re: [MacPorts] #30951: Samba3 not reading groups resulting in logon failure. (Lion)

#30951: Samba3 not reading groups resulting in logon failure. (Lion)
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 Reporter:  mandrake <at> …           |       Owner:  mww <at> …           
     Type:  defect               |      Status:  new             
 Priority:  Normal               |   Milestone:                  
Component:  ports                |     Version:  2.0.1           
 Keywords:  lion                 |        Port:  samba3          
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Comment(by mandrake <at> …):

 It seems that the >16 groups bug had been addressed a few years ago. I
 wonder if it has somehow found its way back into the code. I'm not sure
 how to remove myself from groups in Lion and what sort of impact that
 might have. I'm hoping it can be addressed through this route, instead.

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MacPorts | 1 Sep 03:16 2011

Re: [MacPorts] #30951: Samba3 not reading groups resulting in logon failure. (Lion)

#30951: Samba3 not reading groups resulting in logon failure. (Lion)
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 Reporter:  mandrake <at> …           |       Owner:  mww <at> …           
     Type:  defect               |      Status:  new             
 Priority:  Normal               |   Milestone:                  
Component:  ports                |     Version:  2.0.1           
 Keywords:  lion                 |        Port:  samba3          
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Comment(by joe.neal <at> …):

 Yes, I agree that this was resolved previously.  However, I have verified
 that in my case, a user with less than 16 groups works, and one over 16,
 does not.  I certainly agree that it would be nice to have this resolved
 properly, and not a workaround, as I don't know how to remove myself from
 groups (without breaking things at least).

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MacPorts | 1 Sep 03:27 2011

Re: [MacPorts] #30951: Samba3 not reading groups resulting in logon failure. (Lion)

#30951: Samba3 not reading groups resulting in logon failure. (Lion)
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 Reporter:  mandrake <at> …           |       Owner:  mww <at> …           
     Type:  defect               |      Status:  new             
 Priority:  Normal               |   Milestone:                  
Component:  ports                |     Version:  2.0.1           
 Keywords:  lion                 |        Port:  samba3          
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Comment(by mandrake <at> …):

 I created another non-admin account on the machine to connect to. It works
 fine now. It will suffice until someone can find time to re-address the
 >16 group bug.

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MacPorts | 1 Sep 03:57 2011

[MacPorts] #31056: Locking somewhat broken in MacPorts 2

#31056: Locking somewhat broken in MacPorts 2
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 Reporter:  ryandesign <at> …             |       Owner:  macports-tickets <at> …                   
     Type:  defect                   |      Status:  new                                  
 Priority:  Normal                   |   Milestone:                                       
Component:  base                     |     Version:  2.0.1                                
 Keywords:                           |        Port:                                       
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 There is something broken about locking ever since MacPorts 2.0.0.

 Example 1: I tell MacPorts to uninstall a port, while some other port is
 installing; it tells me it's locked, but then silently doesn't complete
 the operation when the lock disappears. Retrying while MacPorts is not
 busy with other tasks works fine.

 {{{
 fossil $ sudo port uninstall
 Waiting for lock on /opt/local/var/macports/registry/.registry.lock
 fossil $ port installed fossil
 The following ports are currently installed:
   fossil  <at> 20110523151112_1+universal (active)
 fossil $ sudo port uninstall
 Password:
 --->  Deactivating fossil  <at> 20110523151112_1+universal
 --->  Uninstalling fossil  <at> 20110523151112_1+universal
 fossil $
 }}}

 Example 2: I tell MacPorts to upgrade a port, while some other port is
 busy; after the lock disappears, it tells me the port I asked to upgrade
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MacPorts | 1 Sep 03:59 2011

Re: [MacPorts] #31054: wxWidgets-devel fails to compile

#31054: wxWidgets-devel fails to compile
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 Reporter:  anatol.pomozov <at> …          |       Owner:  jwa <at> …           
     Type:  defect                    |      Status:  new             
 Priority:  Normal                    |   Milestone:                  
Component:  ports                     |     Version:                  
 Keywords:                            |        Port:  wxWidgets-devel 
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Changes (by ryandesign <at> …):

  * owner:  macports-tickets <at> … => jwa <at> …
 * cc: jwa <at> … (removed)

Comment:

 Why is clang being used?

 Are you really on OS X 10.6 or did you mean 10.7?

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