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TCE Bugs / Re: Audacious missing extensions?
« Last post by thane on Today at 07:30:05 PM »
I downloaded the updated audacious and audacious-plugins extensions (version 3.7.1).

When I ran audacious in a terminal, got messages about libraries not found. Downloading the following extensions corrected most of this:


Also got a message that referred to a library I couldn't find:

/usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6:version 'GLIBCXX_3.4.21' not found

And possibly curl.tcz is outdated?

/usr/local/lib/libcurl.so.4: undefined symbol: SSLv2_client_method

edit: Audacious does work though as far as playing mp3 and m3u files, in spite of the last two messages.
dCore X86 / Re: sce-debpurge request to purge no longer needed
« Last post by nitram on Today at 06:56:17 PM »
If above tl;dr in my happy place this would be the  sce-debpurge --help  entry:

'sce-debpurge -n'  Purge all files from /etc/sysconfig/tcedir/import/debs not required by any system SCE.
dCore X86 / Re: sce-debpurge request to purge no longer needed
« Last post by nitram on Today at 06:26:04 PM »
Guess there's a couple ways to do it, though as per the thread title i meant it as a seperate  sce-debpurge  feature. That way user can scan entire /debs directory and remove everything not required by any SCE, not just related to one specific SCE.

The present  sce-remove  is very fast, i like that, just reboot for SCE to be removed. Purging the DEBs would take longer, so i was thinking a dedicated seperate  sce-debpurge --purge-unneeded  scan that could run in the background. If the DEB removal option gets tied to  sce-remove --all-debs-too  and the user doesn't use the option but later decides he'll never want to re-import that particular software, then the chance to purge the DEBs is gone unless he re-imports the undesired software just to re-run  sce-remove --all-debs-too. Hope that made sense.

Whatever method you feel works best or easiest to incorporate, my preference would be with  sce-debpurge  but i'm not much of a coder :)
dCore X86 / Re: sce-debpurge request to purge no longer needed
« Last post by Jason W on Today at 06:07:08 PM »
So when sce-remove, remove the debs that are no longer needed by the SCE that is removed that is also not needed by other SCEs.  If that is the case, got it.  Took me a bit to get what you were saying.
dCore X86 / Re: sce-debpurge request to purge no longer needed
« Last post by Jason W on Today at 05:05:26 PM »
Ok, so remove anything that is not needed by currently installed SCEs?  If so, will put it on the agenda.
TCE Corepure64 / Re: QEMU for 64bit?
« Last post by flyingfishfinger on Today at 04:09:09 PM »
Solved the sound, AC97 did it for ALSA.
What's open-vm? Haven't seen it anywhere...
I don't have a dep file yet, I just added everything it wanted to run to onboot to see if I could get it to work. Everything else loads fine (in particular, once built it only asks for  SDL and bzip2 for some reason). Showapps seems to finish loading, but I can't tell if it does. It gets to the last app in the onboot file, then switches screens and hangs.

dCore X86 / Re: sce-debpurge request to purge no longer needed
« Last post by nitram on Today at 04:00:40 PM »
Should have given an example, sorry. Nothing manual, too tedious, automatic scan and removal from /debs.

Simplified example, importing nano.sce downloads the following /debs:

Running  sce-remove nano  , removes only /sce/nano.sce*, nothing from /debs.

Running  sce-debpurge  only removes deprecated DEBs. Until these DEBS become deprecated they won't get removed, even if user will never want to re-install nano.

Running  sce-debpurge -a  removes everything, even stuff the user wants to keep for re-imports and updates.

So user may want something like  sce-debpurge -n  to remove all DEBs that are NO longer required by any system SCEs. For nano.sce this may include:

To do this manually would be a nightmare, especially figuring out which DEBS other SCEs require. This feature would benefit those with limited drive space, bandwidth issues and/or want to maintain a more pristine installation over a long duration.

As mentioned, nano.sce is a simplified example with only a few dependencies. A better example might be installing Gnome desktop or emacs, decide you'll never want to re-install the software again. Now the only practical way to clean up /debs is with  sce-debpurge -a  , but of course then everything needs to be re-downloaded when updating existing SCEs.
dCore X86 / Re: lock file
« Last post by nitram on Today at 03:45:13 PM »
sce-debpurge was locked out while running sce-update -a, looks good, thanks.
Release Candidates / Re: Announcements
« Last post by Jason W on Today at 03:23:29 PM »
Bugfixes, along with all debinx data including files from deb2sce.tar.gz are now located in "$TCEDIR"/import/debinx.

Files changed:

   modified:   usr/bin/deb2sce
   modified:   usr/bin/debExtract
   modified:   usr/bin/debGetDeps
   modified:   usr/bin/debGetEnv
   modified:   usr/bin/debGetRecommends
   modified:   usr/bin/debGetSuggests
   modified:   usr/bin/debGetUpdateList
   modified:   usr/bin/importupdatecheck
   modified:   usr/bin/sce-debpurge
   modified:   usr/bin/sce-import
   modified:   usr/bin/sce-update

dCore Imported Extensions / Re: file-roller misses libglib2.0-bin
« Last post by Jason W on Today at 03:21:16 PM »
All debinx data including files extracted from deb2sce.tar.gz is in import/debinx with the latest upload.
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