Er, devl547, how do I even boot SliTaz Rolling? Seems like a pretty big mess if we can't even boot it :/
[4 all developers] Cooking & headers(28 posts) (7 voices)
Hi, Trixar! You can't boot Rolling? Strange... Not all smooth, but it loads (not loaded some kernel modules and video drivers until HAL transition, works with VESA video).
We started this topic with Firefox.
Alexander, can you apply to receipt stuff some settings described here? Maybe, I'll use Firefox again... :/
Oh I can boot some of it. Tux is broken again, but root logs in. I admit I'm not impressed with rolling. It's worse than slitaz 4's cooking which made me rage quit for a month. We need to do better. SliTaz deserves that much. But it feels like the left hand has no idea what the right hand is doing...
Trixar, I agree with you. Rolling, in it's current state, is just unusable. Have you ideas, or, better, clear list, what is broken, what to fix?
It's not my strong side. I don't know, seems like system already contains all drivers I need, but not loads them. Why? Maybe, not scanned for devices? Have, but not load intel video, etc. Which it's job? HAL/UDev? (as for me, it's only names of strange creatures :/ )
Or it's job of kernel? Or XOrg? Sorry, I'm only deletant, and see no way.
I can't switch to Rolling. I write new receipts in my Stable, satisfy depends for package will builds. Then push receipt to cooking wok. And it is 90% possibility that receipt will builds in cooking (there are electricsheep and nanoshot packages that builds in stable and fails in cooking). But I can't debug building process in cooking/rolling. It's strange game, but it is.
And, you say that tux user is broken? I successfully started X as tux, about two weeks ago. From console log in as root, command 'slim' (I know that slim should auto start, and with system permissions), then user tux and no password. And, new Pcmanfm can't handle desktop, or what? No icons nor wallpaper...
>can you apply to receipt stuff some settings described here? Maybe, I'll use Firefox again... :/
oki. I've tested em - FF uses about 70Mb idle with no webpages open and no extensions.
Still way too much.
@Aleksej and Trixar
very nice, that you start dealing with cooking
is it possible to move there
I will start to edit tonight the first post, with all the rest I know in the meantime
I'll try rolling again in meantime and will post a couple of lines there.
If I understand correctly, our main butthurt is with hal/udev. So, firstly, we need to change set of packages - flavor(s), and then try again (and again). Ok, I stop twitting and let's move on...
[4 all developers] Cooking & headers
Some more non-agressive size optimizations:
CFLAGS: -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections -fno-asynchronous-unwind-tables -fvisibility=hidden -fvisibility-inlines-hidden
LDFLAGS: -Wl,--strip-all -Wl,--gc-sections
// Also, I had to remove this commit on my system as cooker became broken after it: http://hg.slitaz.org/cookutils/rev/21033ee28b15
i have plenty of space for log.
i'm trying to build a new package that got cooked ok, takes a lot of time to cook and in the end does not work as expected.
if logs would kept integer even if cookit exit with no error (tee -a instead of tee) i could grep them for errors i'm searching for without staring at monitor while package get cooked.
maybe these two different behaviour could be implemented with a bolean NOLIMITSLOG in /etc/slitaz/cook.conf ?
thanks a lot
Cooker note => 2013-01-07 12:27 : thunderbird log fill disk (>> 100G !)
I had same problem with faulty genpkg_rules() moving a file from stuff that didn't exist to fs
Log went berserk after compiling,growing in size,the only way I could stop it was Ctrl+C ;-)
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