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Month: April 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] New Qt3 xsession crash on x86_64 - need collective wisdom :)

From: Baho Utot <baho-utot@...>
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 18:38:07 -0400

On Thursday 14 April 2011 12:45:40 pm David C. Rankin wrote:
> On 04/13/2011 08:38 PM, Baho Utot wrote:
> > PS. the link from the devel directory to the web served directory is gone
> > so I can't update what the http server has.
> > You will need to remake the symlink.
> I'll check this out after work today. Thanks!
> Looking at it, the link is gone - I didn't delete it, must be something
> that happened with the latest kernel update and reboot?

I did, I used my rsync script which had --delete option.  So it deleted 
everything that wasn't in the source directory when I updated the server. 

> You have write 
> permission to:
> /srv/http/dl/dt/trinity/arch/dev/baho/
> or
> /srv/http/dl/dt/trinity/arch
> I have forgotten how we had it linked. When I first looked at
> /srv/http/dl/dt/trinity/arch/dev/baho it was owned by 1070:baho, so it
> looks like there was some UID mixup and the link probably disappeared on
> reboot since /srv and /home are on different partitions.

> How do you want me to set it back up for you?  Let me know if you have a
> preference, otherwise, I'll think through this tonight. IIRC, you just
> uploaded to /home/baho and it was linked to
> /srv/http/dl/dt/trinity/arch/dev/baho.

> (I'm getting old... :) 

Not as old as I am, see above ;)

The best way would be able to rsync directly into the directory that the web 
server serves ( I can't say that again ).
So I tried my rsync script to place the files 
in/to /srv/http/dl/dt/trinity/arch/dev/baho/  and it worked so all is well.

I then went to and 
that worked so I think we are good.


After the two large update to trinity svn of yesterday and today I now have a 
build problem with kdepim.. so I am working on that currently.

I also have trouble with kdevelop and gtk-qt-engine.

Currently I am only working the i686 side.  When TDE gets to the point where 
the cmake port is complete and I have a mostly usable desktop ie kmail 
working good, wallet etc, I'll go for the x86_64.