[Clc-crux64] New x86_64 iso available!

Lars Helmer lasso at spacecentre.se
Sun Apr 10 13:41:33 UTC 2005


ok.

i made a repo with my fixes. get the httpup-file here:
http://lasso.spacecentre.se/crux64/crux64-fixes.httpup

the latest addition is mplayerplug-in, and there is
most likely more coming as i install more.

cheers,

lars

On Sun, April 10, 2005 2:27 am, Lars Helmer said:
> hi
>
> i have played around a bit and started to install some
> ports from clc to make it useable.
>
> i just thought i'd share my findings so far:
>
> * imlib2 and eterm needs --disable-mmx added to their
>   ./configure parameters
>
> * xaw3d has a harmless lib vs lib64 footprint mismatch
>
> * libsdl needs a tiny patch that i put up here:
>   http://lasso.spacecentre.se/crux64/sdl-1.2.8.patch
>
> * cdparanoia also needs an almost as tiny patch:
>   http://lasso.spacecentre.se/crux64/cdparanoia-III-alpha9.8.patch
>   i think this is a general gcc issue and not amd64 specific
>
> * mplayer needs --disable-win32 added to the ./configure parameters
>
> * t1lib needs a patch:
>   http://lasso.spacecentre.se/crux64/t1lib-1.3.patch
>   i didn't write this myself at all so i don't know if the
>   footprint mismatch (usr/share/t1lib/t1lib.config missing)
>   is because of the patch
>
> moreover, i will probably try a bit harder with the mplayerplug-in
> when i'm less tired...
>
> cheers,
>
> lars
>
> On Sun, April 10, 2005 12:53 am, Jeremy Jones said:
>> <Sorry if this shows up twice -- sent it once from the wrong email
>> address.
>> Duh!  Moderator: don't bother approving the one sent from jeremy at
>> captainstupid dot net>
>>
>> Hi Lars,
>>
>> On Saturday, April 09, 2005 12:49 PM, Lars Helmer wrote:
>>>
>>> just did a _successful_ install with your new iso! :)
>>
>> Great!
>>
>>> it took some work because the cd i burned was defect (as usual), and,
>>> because the handbook.txt file on the cd was just an empty file. maybe
>>> something to fix for
>>> -rc2 ?
>>
>> On the system where I created the iso, there was no libxslt or docbook
>> stuff
>> installed, so I didn't make the handbook -- sorry 'bout that!
>>
>>> on another note, the bin86 and emacs ports in your repo are older than
>>> the ones that comes with the iso...
>>
>> Actually, the bin86 is 0.16.17 on mine, and 0.16.0 on vanilla crux --
>> 0.16.0
>> wouldn't build properly.  Same with emacs -- I had to use
>> 22.0.something,
>> as
>> opposed to 21.something.something...
>>
>>> besides that... great work!
>>
>> Thanks!  Glad to hear it's good for someone other than me.
>>
>> A couple points:
>>
>> The known bugs from 2.1rc1 vanilla crux are also problems for this
>> version.
>> For one thing, sshd is broke -- there's a fix, involves creating an
>> empty
>> directory somewhere, but I can't recall what that directory is a the
>> moment.
>>
>> Also, you'll find that building some pieces of software bomb out in
>> ./configure stage -- take a look at the dhcpcd Pkgfile for the fix: copy
>> newer config.guess and config.sub over the top of the old ones in the
>> source
>> directory.
>>
>> Another thing:
>>
>> Because the pkgmk64 script copies and moves Pkgfiles, etc. around during
>> the
>> make process, pkgmk will always think that the pkg.tar.gz files are
>> outdated
>> and will rebuild them even if they don't need to be if you let it.  Has
>> to
>> do with timestamps.  I'll get that straightened out with the next
>> release.
>>
>> And:
>>
>> Anyone who cares to try to build multilib capabilities into this, please
>> do!
>> I'll get around to figuring it out at some point, but for now, you can
>> only
>> build 64-bit software.  That doesn't mean you can't run 64-bit binaries,
>> though, as long as you have ia32 bit emulation in your kernel.
>>
>> Enjoy,
>>
>> Jeremy
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> Clc-crux64 mailing list
>> Clc-crux64 at lists.berlios.de
>> http://lists.berlios.de/mailman/listinfo/clc-crux64
>>
>
> _______________________________________________
> Clc-crux64 mailing list
> Clc-crux64 at lists.berlios.de
> http://lists.berlios.de/mailman/listinfo/clc-crux64
>




More information about the crux64 mailing list