Arthur Koziol | 3 Jul 22:26 2012

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Testing port 25

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Ken Moore | 3 Jul 22:35 2012

Re: test

On 07/03/2012 16:26, Arthur Koziol wrote:
> Testing port 25
>
Test received.... :-)

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Koziol, Arthur | 3 Jul 22:37 2012

Re: test

Sorry, that wasn't meant for the group. Auto-fill got me again. ^_^

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On 07/03/2012 16:26, Arthur Koziol wrote:
> Testing port 25
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Test received.... :-)

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Curt Dox | 6 Jul 21:59 2012
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64bit OpenOffice PBI launch by icon fails

Hello, 

I just heard on irc that the new Apache Open Office PBI couldn't launch from the desktop.  I had recently installed it myself, so I verified the problem and then looked at the details in the icon to discover any obvious mistake.  Since everything seemed okay, I had to go to its pbi directory to discover the appropriate executable to add to the path.  I don't know if the same is true for the 32bit version, or for the localized versions, but below are my findings.

The desktop icon (launcher) has an inaccurate path: /usr/pbi/apacheopenoffice-amd64/.sbin/soffice

The proper path for the launcher is: /usr/pbi/apacheopenoffice-amd64/.sbin/openoffice-3.4.0


Thanks for your time and efforts!

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Ken Moore | 7 Jul 02:03 2012

Re: 64bit OpenOffice PBI launch by icon fails

On 07/06/2012 15:59, Curt Dox wrote:
Hello, 

I just heard on irc that the new Apache Open Office PBI couldn't launch from the desktop.  I had recently installed it myself, so I verified the problem and then looked at the details in the icon to discover any obvious mistake.  Since everything seemed okay, I had to go to its pbi directory to discover the appropriate executable to add to the path.  I don't know if the same is true for the 32bit version, or for the localized versions, but below are my findings.

The desktop icon (launcher) has an inaccurate path: /usr/pbi/apacheopenoffice-amd64/.sbin/soffice

The proper path for the launcher is: /usr/pbi/apacheopenoffice-amd64/.sbin/openoffice-3.4.0


Thanks for your time and efforts!


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Thank you for letting me know!
It looks like the last testing version of the of the unlocalized Apache Openoffice PBI got approved by mistake. I just remove that one from the index for the AppCafe, and the proper PBI's are getting approved right now.

The fixed PBI should be available in the AppCafe within ~24 hours, but since it is technically the the same version and everything, I would recommend that you just uninstall and reinstall the PBI to make sure that everything is working properly.

All of the localized PBI's should not have this problem because they were not created until the module for the unlocalized PBI was completed.

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Jacob Daniels | 9 Jul 18:54 2012
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Re: Testing Digest, Vol 65, Issue 37

I am detecting unusually high cpu usage, 45% across all six cpu cores when running the included browser that comes with the gnome install, but still its runs about half that, between 15 and 29% when idle

gnome 2 is not usually known to be that resource heavy... is there any reason to be concerned?

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Kris Moore | 9 Jul 18:56 2012

Re: Testing Digest, Vol 65, Issue 37

On 07/09/2012 12:54, Jacob Daniels wrote:
I am detecting unusually high cpu usage, 45% across all six cpu cores when running the included browser that comes with the gnome install, but still its runs about half that, between 15 and 29% when idle

gnome 2 is not usually known to be that resource heavy... is there any reason to be concerned?



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Any specific process causing the usage? Anything in "top" look odd?

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Jacob Daniels | 10 Jul 11:55 2012
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Re: Testing Digest, Vol 66, Issue 3

no, I did not look at top, did not think of that utility, it seems fine now as long as I use chrome and stay away from skype, epiphany


right now every shows0% cpu usage, in top


But I am getting other errors such as the various PBI startup icons/links not being trusted, those include PBI-xchat.desktop , PBI-opera.desktop and PBI-virtualbox.desktop

It seems anything installed via PBI does not get menu and desktop listings updated automatically, nor correctly

where would the pbi installation log, be found so I can post it here?

Thanks for all your help, kris in making this wonderful bsd flavor!
It's like gentoo, but several steps up!




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On 07/09/2012 12:54, Jacob Daniels wrote:
> I am detecting unusually high cpu usage, 45% across all six cpu cores
> when running the included browser that comes with the gnome install,
> but still its runs about half that, between 15 and 29% when idle
>
> gnome 2 is not usually known to be that resource heavy... is there any
> reason to be concerned?
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Any specific process causing the usage? Anything in "top" look odd?

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Dru Lavigne | 10 Jul 16:36 2012
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Re: Cannot run pencil after installing from AppCafe


> >> Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 22:43:58 +0300
> >> From: claive alvin Acedilla <cabpacedilla@...>
> >> To: testing@...
> >> Subject: [PC-BSD Testing] Cannot run pencil after
> installing
> >> from
> >>      AppCafe
> >> Message-ID:
> >>      <CAO-zLy2rcdS41PNMtF-3ygRYNsAhWSWxBs2GXjMvhAGoZva3sQ <at> mail.gmail.com>
> >> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> >>
> >> After installing pencil from AppCafe, I tried
> running pencil
> >> from desktop
> >> and menu but would not run.
> >> I tried to run from terminal, i get this error
> >> /usr/local/lib/qt4/libQtOpenGL.so.4: Undefined
> symbol
> >> "_ZN15QGraphicsSystem17platformExtensionEv"
> >>
> >> Im using the USBLite 32-bit PCBSD 9.0

As a followup, the latest version of the pencil PBI fixes this issue.

Cheers,

Dru
Dru Lavigne | 10 Jul 16:51 2012
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Re: Xsane PBI from AppCafe does not start


> >> Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2012 13:41:59 +0200
> >> From: Stephan Lichtenauer <sl-pub-lists@...>
> >> To: testing@...
> >> Subject: [PC-BSD Testing] Xsane PBI from AppCafe
> does not
> >> start
> >> Message-ID: <1333366919.12395.8.camel@...>
> >> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
> >>
> >> Good day,
> >>
> >> Xsane (being installed from AppCafe) does not start
> on my
> >> computer,
> >> neither from the menu (I have only installed Gnome,
> no
> >> other
> >> destkops/WMs) nor from a terminal window.
> >>
> >> On the console it prints as error message: Shared
> object
> >> "libcam.so.5"
> >> not found, required by "xsane"
> >>
> >> I assume that might be a bug in the PBI package?
> >>
> >> Best regards
> >>
> >> Stephan

As a followup, the 64-bit version of the PBI is fixed and now works. 

There is still an issue with the 32-bit version so it has been removed from AppCafe until the issue can be
tracked down and fixed.

Cheers,

Dru

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