[winswitch] Missing dependencies in CentOS 5.4 -> Bug?
antoine at nagafix.co.uk
Wed Oct 8 11:50:42 BST 2014
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On 08/10/14 17:38, Bob Tennent wrote:
> >|> Yes, but now I can't attach to a running 0.14.9 server:
> >|> % xpra attach ssh:******:100
> >|> 2014-10-08 00:04:12,592 xpra client version 0.14.9
> >|> 2014-10-08 00:04:13,023 OpenGL_accelerate module loaded
> >|> 2014-10-08 00:04:13,023 Using accelerated ArrayDatatype
> >|> 2014-10-08 00:04:13,177 detected keyboard: rules=evdev,
> >|model=pc105inet, layout=us
> >|> 2014-10-08 00:04:13,178 desktop size is 3600x2000 with 1 screen(s):
> >|> 2014-10-08 00:04:13,178 ':0.0' (855x474 mm) workarea: 2560x1406
> >|> 2014-10-08 00:04:13,178 DVI-D-0 2560x1440 at 0x560 (597x336 mm)
> >|> Ambiguous output redirect.
> >|That's odd. What login shell does this user have?
Ah, maybe that's the problem.
This could be related to one of those tickets:
More than likely, this change:
> >|The shell syntax was changed in 0.14.x, but nothing new here since 0.14.0
> >|There was also a bug in 0.14.9-1, I have just rebuilt 0.14.9-2
> >|specifically for CentOS 5.x
> >|The strange thing is that I don't see how this bug could have
> >|error message you posted!
> >|Please try the same thing again:
> >|yum clean all && yum update
> >|To see if the updated package fixes it.
> Running Centos-6.5 32-bit. That repo doesn't have a
No, it doesn't. The rebuild was for CentOS 5.x as per above.
The title of this thread is about CentOS 5, not 6.
> xpra-0.14.4-1 works as a client.
> Bob T.
> P.S. The new *-xpra packages make it quite hard to revert
> to an earlier version. AFAIK one has to explicitly remove
> all of them and install older versions by hand.
Older xpra builds should be compatible with most of the newer dependencies.
The ones that are not compatible will be detected by yum.
> It would be
> easier if they were all bundled into the xpra package.
Absolutely no chance of ever doing this.
This is what is done on OSX and mswindows (not by choice) and is
maintenance and packaging nightmare.
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