Keyboard input / init + questions
tramjoe.merin at gmail.com
Sun Sep 26 13:36:11 PDT 2010
On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 10:29 PM, Ray Strode <halfline at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 3:40 PM, Jerome Martin <tramjoe.merin at gmail.com>
> > 1) I upgraded to git version, still no luck with the keyboard messup with
> > init (from sysvinit debian squeeze) when it starts the rc2.d after rcS
> > execution.
> Can you post a log booted with plymouth:debug ?
Mmmh, I'll try to get that setup back online and do that ASAP.
> > And the patches themselves in attached file...
> Most of these changes are script specific, so I'll leave this stuff
> for Charlie to respond to.
> > the current git version certainly deserves a
> > proper release and some documentation though ...
> Right, I was going to do some logging changes before doing a 0.8.4
> release, but maybe i'll do those changes after the release.
> Documentation is something very much lacking in plymouth. I want to
> rectify that before 1.0.
> > 5) As a sidenote, I did a quick debian packaging of the git version, but
> > to adapt a bit the debian package rules from squeeze because it assumed
> > plymouth original sources already had autoconf ran there, when those that
> > downloaded had an autogen.sh script ... This is weird, and it is either
> > unclean package in debian OR the fact that you released last time with
> > autogen.sh already ran. Is that the case ?
> the autogoo model is a little weird here. The version of the source
> in the tarball contains generated files that aren't checked into
> version control. When making a release, I do
> "make distcheck"
> which creates the tarball and adds the generated files to the tarball.
> If you're just building a snapshot you can do:
> "make dist"
> which does the same thing but skips a bunch of checks and a test
> compile that take a lot of time.
Mmmhh. But against which makefile ? You need to generate it first don't you
So the release from git tree would be ./autogen.sh; ./configure OPTIONS and
then your make distcheck ?
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