[pkg-fso-maint] fso: state of packaging?
elektranox at gmail.com
Sun Sep 13 17:59:45 UTC 2009
On Sun, Sep 13, 2009 at 06:19:33PM +0200, arne anka wrote:
> what fso-usaged version are you using?
> here it is : 0.9.0+git20090818-2
> fso-frameworkd is 0.9.5.5-1
> as far as i see, fsousaged crashes when attempting to suspend.
> starting fsousaged (when crashed already) and doing
> mdbus -s org.freesmartphone.ousaged /org/freesmartphone/Usage Suspend
> results almost immediately in a segfault of fsousaged.
ah I didn't suspend it after the last update, so I didn't notice. If I
try to suspend it crashs for me, too :(
Versions on my freerunner are:
Both from debian unstable/main. I will try to find the reason for
the segfault later.
> >actually it should work at the moment just with old frameworkd and
> >up2date fso-usaged. The only "old" thing is the framework itself. I
> >can't tell you much about this package.
> but at least the version?
done already ;)
> ok, that's at least understandable.
> i entertained the idea of debian's extensive workflow being the
> culprit and wondered how meaningfull following that path is for a
> user base of a handfull people.
it's absolutely worth it, because this is what Debian stands for.
But in addition to debian main we have the pkg-fso repository, with
less extensive workflow ;)
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