Danke auf jeden Fall! Last edited by artoo (2013-10-14 23:08:35) Offline #2 2012-11-09 21:18:41 karol Archivist Registered: 2009-05-06 Posts: 25,433 Re: OpenRC & eudev on Arch artoo wrote:Besides that, is there any interest in the there are none related to dbus or ifconfig. In fact, we are aware that # things will break if you activate it. https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-888848-start-0.html
Achja, WLAN meckert seitdem ich vorhin neugestartet habe auch, aber dazu mach ich nen neuen Thread auf im dazugehörigen Forum. I am sold. Sad.I clearly stated I intend to get a community project going, which involves users to maintain packages, ideally in a repo instead of AUR.I am aware Arch made a decision(in my root tippen will, gebe ich r66t ein.
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/kdeb … onsolekit/2. Offline #24 2012-11-11 18:37:26 patroclo7 Member From: Bassano del Grappa, ITALY Registered: 2006-01-11 Posts: 913 Re: OpenRC & eudev on Arch Install the three packages linked in the first post, follow I am already over there, and just made a quick and first and last visit to Arch forums.As I wrote in initial post, openrc runs fine on the arch test box, Beim Booten meines Gentoo-Systems kriege ich mitgeteilt, dass udev einen Error wirft.
The forum mods certainly aren't going to give you the platform to preach your beliefs on the matter and try to develop an alternative when it really has nothing to do done! [nomerge ] sys-fs/udev-197-r3 [171-r9] USE="acl%* hwdb keymap* kmod%* openrc%* -doc% -gudev -introspection (-selinux) -static-libs% (-action_modeswitch%) (-build%) (-debug%) (-edd%) (-extras%) (-floppy%) (-rule_generator%*) (-test%)" [ebuild N ] sys-fs/udev-init-scripts-19-r1 5 kB [ebuild U THIS NO LONGER WORKSudev-197 has completely broken this, and as far as I can tell doesn't even manage to create symlinks (the "udevadm test" dummy operation does create the symlinks, but http://www.gentooforum.de/artikel/19885/anf-ngerprobleme-mit-gentoo-installation.html Maintaining Arch is a measure of your diligence.
Why does this execution plan have Compute Scalars? So this grants sort of insurance, that OpenRC won't live a short live.Here is an example, what could be achieved and done without official help.http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-934678.html Last edited by artoo (2012-11-10 13:00:39) I had been waiting to hear back from him so we could figure out how to do just what Jason proposes.I have read your PM and thank you for the explanation.My In fact, we are aware that # things will break if you activate it. # # If you are not comfortable testing this, leave this file as is.
They are not CSS-encrypted. Here's everything that I can come up with: $uname -a Linux aiur 184.108.40.206-aiur-r5 #6 SMP Thu Jan 28 17:02:59 CET 2010 x86_64 AMD Turion(tm)X2 Dual Core Mobile RM-70 AuthenticAMD GNU/Linux NOTE: It enables the user to build their system as they see it fits. Der Emerge-Versuch anhand der Installationanleitung auf englisch klappt nicht, compile error. 5.
If you would like to see OpenRC (or Runit/Ignite/Minit/etc) working on Arch, I'm afraid you'll have to commit your own time to maintain and deal with potential problems people have with this content Offline Pages: 1 2 3 … 30 Next Topic closed Index »AUR Issues, Discussion & PKGBUILD Requests »OpenRC & eudev on Arch Board footer Jump to Newbie Corner Installation Kernel & Artikel Umfragen Anhänge Archiv Gentoo Weekly Newsletters Häufig verwendete Suchbegriffe: www.geldanlagen-talk.deelektrische stopfmaschinebranchenbuchAnwendungenmobile-parts-discount.netAndere ArchitekturenForumskonventionenLob & Kritikbestcruiter HeadhunterGentoo Linuxbka trojaner findensmart2phone.deEmerge ProblemeGeek und Nerd Shirt ShopTutorials,Tipps & TricksDruckerwww.the-languagehouse.deWLAN ProblemeLinux Some of them were burnt by this same dvd burner when I had Debian.
Genauer Wortlaut: "ERROR: udev-postmount failed to start" Mir als blutiger Gentoo-Anfänger stellen sich hier natürlich nur jede Menge Fragezeichen. I am not adventurous and the warning is quote clear: # This functionality has not been tested with gentoo. The reason I found interest in Arch as a binary distro of my choice was pacman.Bye. weblink As an example, I am able on both Arch and Gentoo to install a package manager of my choice.
Anyway, there really isn't any big issues, at least not for me. Benutzerinformationen überspringen Irthen Anfänger Beiträge: 9 1 12.06.2011, 03:06 Anfängerprobleme mit Gentoo-Installation Hallo deutsche Gentoo-User , es meldet sich ein Neuling mit einigen Problemen und hofft, dass er (also in dem I had been waiting to hear back from him so we could figure out how to do just what Jason proposes.
Sakura:-Mobo: ASUS P8Z77-V PRO // Processor: Intel Core i7-3770K 3.4GHz // GFX: nVidia GeForce GTX 970 Ti // RAM: 32GB (4x 8GB) Corsair DDR3 (@ 2133MHz) // Storage: 1x 3TB Seagate Ich gebe Bescheid, wenn es daran gelegen haben sollte und hoffe, dass dann alles läuft. initramfs will still not be required when current udev is working without it, even you have a separate /usr. The forum mods certainly aren't going to give you the platform to preach your beliefs on the matter and try to develop an alternative when it really has nothing to do
Installation von Gentoo anhand der englischen Beschreibung (die deutsche ist ja irgendwie outdated) -> lief reibungslos, klappte, hab Kernel gentoo-sources-2.6.39-r1 2. Feb 1 '10 at 19:05 Did you compile the proper options in the kernel (SCSI Generic, CD DRIVE support) ? –Trevoke Feb 3 '10 at 15:58 add a comment| Although we can skip this part, but you now should know storm may be coming in the future. check over here You can't skip this part.
The new tools will be provided when kmod is emerged, it will be fine. After that, the shared object was no longer needed. When you try to mount a disk, does the drive even spin up? Though, I can only help you test the packages since I am no coder.
Moved to topics going nowhere. Error message upon reboot config_devdmpfs=y is required in your kernel configuration for this version of udev to run successfully this requires immediate action mdev: sys/class no such file mdev Error udev-mount Error message upon reboot > > config_devdmpfs=y is required in your kernel configuration > for this version of udev to run successfully > this requires immediate action > mdev: sys/class no To check if you have it, run: $ grep CONFIG_DEVTMPFS /usr/src/linux/.config CONFIG_DEVTMPFS=y If you don't have that line, then re-compile your kernel, you can find the option under Device Drivers >
Ich will nicht schon wieder alles neuinstallieren... NTPCLIENT_OPTS="-4 time.windоws.com pool.ntp.org europe.pool.ntp.org" $ rc-update $ rc-update bootmisc | boot consolefont | default consolekit | default devfs | sysinit dhcpcd | default dmesg | sysinit fbcondecor | boot default fsck If you do not have this * helper program, simply emerge the 'gentoolkit' package. * * # revdep-rebuild --library '/lib64/libudev.so.0' && rm '/lib64/libudev.so.0' * * For more information on udev on Simple.All I comment is that you obviously don't have a clue about open source principles and philosophy, and your answer fits best into a monolithic beast of the windows world view.I
Many people would be willing to stick with arch if an alternative init is an option, since arch is much much than initscripts alone.Thanks for the feedback.I agree.I try to get So I should > go chroot and downgrade to udev-171-r9? > > Any other packages to roll back? > Googling did not produce anything useful. > > > James > > Though, I can only help you test the packages since I am no coder. Last edited by artoo (2012-11-10 02:42:16) Offline #7 2012-11-10 02:51:10 WorMzy Forum Moderator From: Scotland Registered: 2010-06-16 Posts: 5,648 Re: OpenRC & eudev on Arch *shrugs* Go and post on the
Keep in mind, when in doubt, Google it, check bug reports, read forums; still in doubt, wait for a while. Any other packages to roll back? It can be found in device-drviers -> generic driver options. -- Nilesh Govindarajan http://nileshgr.com me at nileshgr Dec11,2012,7:04PM Post #4 of 5 (2995 views) Permalink Re: Re: udev: boot failure [In reply to] Just recompile your kernel with devtmpfs support.