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I’m just not all that savy with making packages like you are : ) Someday I’ll learn, or at least get better at this thing called Linux : ) I appreciate your work, and all that you do for the Slackware Community, Thank you.
Comment from János Posted: August 24, 2015 at Not sure if this is the right place to report it, but here it is: I have just upgraded an x86 current; Libre Office (5) fails to start – throws error: /usr/lib/libreoffice/program/soffice.bin: error while loading shared libraries: 51: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory ldd /usr/lib/libreoffice/program/says: …
I had to boot into my 3.18.11 to get the desktop running up again.
Perhaps i will try Ponce’s xf86-video-intel from git to test that.
Comment from Phil Posted: August 24, 2015 at Calibre seems to be broken following the updates.
This is what I get when started from the command line: lib GL error: No matching fb Configs or visuals found lib GL error: failed to load driver: swrast Unrecognized Open GL version Unrecognized Open GL version Comment from alienbob Posted: August 24, 2015 at Lone Star, you tell me!
But the real interesting stuff is not just those sheer number of updated packages – it’s the new 4.1.6 Linux kernel, the gcc 4.9.3 compiler suite, glibc 2.22 C libraries, mesa 10.6.4, a new libepoxy package which was required to get glamor 1.0.0 into the xorg-server…
With 281 new lines in the Change Log.txt, this update to slackware-currrent can be called a big one.
A note about mesa: it refuses to compile on 32-bit Slackware unless the ARCH is set to i586… Well, if you had watched the Change these past months you’d already have noticed that updated packages switched from i486 to i586, but that was voluntary. I am in the process of upgrading my slackware64-current virtual machine and will compile new packages for the multilib gcc and glibc versions… You can of course go ahead and upgrade to the latest slackware-current, overwriting gcc and glibc with the official versions.All you lose is the ability to run 32-bit programs until my packages are ready. Pat also warned me about the upgrades to nettle and gnutls.They are likely to break many 3rd party packages because of the change in library version.Please report any broken package from my own repository, so that I can release rebuilt and fixed versions ASAP.Also, libelf was replaced with elfutils but a copy of 0 was added to the aaa_elflibs package to keep the breakage to a minimum.