it’s working here too. many thanks
it’s working here too. many thanks
Grazie! for the feedback
I’d say we need to get a bug report started on missing dependency for libsane.so.1.
Ok I’ve been told that libreoffice-kde5 currently is optional because it has stability issues, however the users who don’t like the current default ugly look may try and see what happens
$ sudo dnf --refresh install libreoffice-kde5
Yes, that package does improve the look of LibreOffice in Cooker/Lx4.
Calamares Welcome screen:
“Known issues” opens
It should open
“OpenMandriva Lx support” opens
Is it expected or we want to open forum link instead ?
I think it’s here.
These would be for Infra right? Anyway I believe @rugyada is correct on both.
For support it is better to start users in forum then if issue warrants user files bug report. Many issues won’t need or deserve a bug report only an explanation or correction of what user is trying to do.
We do need these fixed before Alpha release IMO.
Post-edit: 2018-12-2 The nano issue is fixed, package is now in main/release repo. Thanks to someone.
Package nano has gone missing. It’s gone from contrib repo.
# dnf install nano OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 - Contrib 1.5 MB/s | 10 MB 00:06 OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 - Nonfree 50 kB/s | 159 kB 00:03 OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 - Restricted 43 kB/s | 137 kB 00:03 OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 2.1 MB/s | 15 MB 00:06 No match for argument: nano Error: Unable to find a match
Post-edit: 2018-12-2 this issue persists.
Package mplayer-gui won’t install due to missing soundwrapper.
# dnf install mplayer-gui OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 - Contrib 1.2 kB/s | 1.5 kB 00:01 OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 - Nonfree 1.1 kB/s | 1.5 kB 00:01 OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 - Restricted 1.1 kB/s | 1.5 kB 00:01 OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 1.1 kB/s | 1.5 kB 00:01 Error: Problem: conflicting requests - nothing provides soundwrapper needed by mplayer-gui-1.3.0+38016-2.x86_64
nano is in main, but I got this. Not sure why
$ sudo dnf --refresh install nano OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 - Restricted 0.0 B/s | 0 B 00:01 OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 0.0 B/s | 0 B 00:01 Failed to synchronize cache for repo 'cooker-x86_64-restricted', ignoring this repo. Failed to synchronize cache for repo 'cooker-x86_64', ignoring this repo. No match for argument: nano Error: Unable to find a match
And btw it’s the same when try to install for example inkscape
$ sudo dnf --refresh install inkscape OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 - Restricted 0.0 B/s | 0 B 00:01 OpenMandriva Cooker - x86_64 0.0 B/s | 0 B 00:01 Failed to synchronize cache for repo 'cooker-x86_64-restricted', ignoring this repo. Failed to synchronize cache for repo 'cooker-x86_64', ignoring this repo. No match for argument: inkscape Error: Unable to find a match
Ok, that was a temporary net failure
$ sudo dnf --refresh install nano ... Dependencies resolved. ... Installing: nano x86_64 3.1-1 cooker-x86_64 517 k Transaction Summary Running transaction Preparing : 1/1 Installing : nano-3.1-1.x86_64 1/1 Running scriptlet: nano-3.1-1.x86_64 1/1 Verifying : nano-3.1-1.x86_64 1/1 Installed: nano-3.1-1.x86_64 Complete!
While at it I made experiment and removed
# rpm -e --nodeps openmandriva-repos-4.0-0.0.10.x86_64
Situation changed from
[ruru@omlx-2331 yum.repos.d]$ ls cooker-contrib-i686.repo openmandriva-contrib-x86_64.repo cooker-contrib-x86_64.repo openmandriva-contrib-x86_64-source.repo cooker-contrib-x86_64-source.repo openmandriva-i686.repo cooker-i686.repo openmandriva-nonfree-i686.repo cooker-nonfree-i686.repo openmandriva-nonfree-x86_64.repo cooker-nonfree-x86_64.repo openmandriva-nonfree-x86_64-source.repo cooker-nonfree-x86_64-source.repo openmandriva-restricted-i686.repo cooker-restricted-i686.repo openmandriva-restricted-x86_64.repo cooker-restricted-x86_64.repo openmandriva-restricted-x86_64-source.repo cooker-restricted-x86_64-source.repo openmandriva-x86_64.repo cooker-x86_64.repo openmandriva-x86_64-source.repo cooker-x86_64-source.repo openmandriva-contrib-i686.repo [ruru@omlx-2331 yum.repos.d]$
[ruru@omlx-2331 yum.repos.d]$ ls cooker-contrib-i686.repo cooker-nonfree-x86_64.repo cooker-x86_64.repo cooker-contrib-x86_64.repo cooker-nonfree-x86_64-source.repo cooker-x86_64-source.repo cooker-contrib-x86_64-source.repo cooker-restricted-i686.repo cooker-i686.repo cooker-restricted-x86_64.repo cooker-nonfree-i686.repo cooker-restricted-x86_64-source.repo [ruru@omlx-2331 yum.repos.d]$
All openmandriva-* files gone.
So it looks like we currently get OM4 release repos along with cooker repos.
FWIW I did express my doubts on this regard in cooker IRC chan, but…
nano used to be in contrib, last night it was nowhere so maybe that is when it was moved. It was discussed to move it to main so it is available on Lx4 without enabling contrib repo. Just as we are moving other necessary packages from contrib to main and unnecessary packages from main to congrib.
Today nano installs with no problem.
Why bother, developers don’t seem to have a clue how things like this look to non-tech savvy users. When I try to tell them about this I’ll here “that is trivial” or “that doesn’t matter” which is completely missing the point.
And last update of openmandriva-repos 0.0.11 pushed again all release (openmandriva-*.repo) files
So I removed the culprit again