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Re: [K12OSN] v5 beta9 install notes



On Thu, 2006-06-29 at 13:40 -0700, Eric Harrison wrote:
> On Wed 28 Jun, James P. Kinney III wrote:
> 
> > I had python "issues" installing beta 9 (i386 version). The anaconda
> > would crash complaining about a gui library issue. It happened 2 times
> > at about the same spot (disk 2). I was not able to capture the exact
> > error as that machine had no working floppy drive. I was able to install
> > with the text method.
> 
> > The yum update process cause gdm issues. The k12ltsp version removed the
> > file that controls the graphics display mapping and gdm would no longer
> > start. I pulled an older version over and renamed it for the new gnome
> > version and recovered. (can't locate notes on this event at the moment
> > for the file name... Hmm.)
> 
> No GDM issues here. Let me know if you can repeat the problem & if you
> can let me know what file fixed it.

The file that vanished was /etc/gtk-2.0/gdk-pixbuf.loaders.

I'll be testing the update process again later tonight.
> 
> I had a problem with the latest font server upgrade (xorg-x11-xfs)
> on my laptop, but I chalked that one up as my problem (heavily abused
> computer + I ran out of disk space right about the same time as the
> font server issue). All of my other upgrades went fine. I'm doing
> a series of tests today, I'll keep my eyes open.

I also hope to have full test of the x86_64 version this weekend. As a
side note, the google earth for linux crashed immediately on my dual
opteron machine. I have not tested with a 32 bit machine yet.
> 
> > Many of the yum updates in the k12ltsp repo failed to successfully
> > complete post-install scripts. The default setting in yumex (and yum)
> > was to remove after install so the package was no longer around to work
> > by hand. Add to this the gui for yumex no longer worked after the
> > update. I used rpm -e to remove it (yumex), turned off the k12ltsp repo
> > and reinstalled yumex from the Fedora repo.
> 
> The yumex package in the K12LTSP repo is the same package as the Fedora
> repo. I'll double-check the MD5SUM to make sure it is 100% identical.

There are other things that are python related that are broken after
that first update. The network config gui won't run. I don't recall if
there was a library update in the process or not. I do recall that most
of the post-install scripts failed. Unfortunately, I don't have a list
of what was getting updated. Hmm. I'll check the yum logs.
> 
> > Please note: these were mostly minor issues for me (except the lost
> > gnome that threw me for a loop for hours!) I have tested this on several
> > different TC system and it works very well. An impromptu demo was a nice
> > surprise as sound "just worked".
> > 
> > Release date on v5 final?
> 
> Probably pretty soon. I hope to have a close-to-last beta release out
> today. I'm working on a number of minor packaging refinements that won't
> make a difference to most people + doing a lot of testing.
> 
> There is a known bug in the new USB thumbdrive access feature. If Jim
> doesn't put out an official update real-soon-now, I'll bug him for a
> patch ;-)
> 
> -Eric
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