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The Thinly Sliced Developments
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RE: The Thinly Sliced Developments
Didbs version 0.0.2.

Git location:

https://github.com/danielhams/didbs

Direct release package:

https://github.com/danielhams/didbs/arch...0.2.tar.gz

This release adds some new packages but the main update is that it should enable running/building on hosts where there are already nekoware packages installed and in the path.

As before, you'll need a fair chunk of disk, MIPS4 CPU, 7.4.4m compilers. systune ncargs 131072.

I'm looking for feedback now - particularly if it isn't working for you.

Suggested approach (do everything as your user, I do not recommend use of root or installing into /usr/local or other existing directories. If you have to do things as root, I consider that a bug!):

* Create a directory like /usr/didbs
* chown myuser:people /usr/didbs # (have to do this as root, of course)
* gunzip 0.0.2.tar
* tar xf 0.0.2.tar
* cd didbs-0.0.2
* nedit defaultenv.vars
* Set the DIDBS_JOBS to CPU+1, or just one if RAM is < 512Mb, save, exit
* ./bootstrap.pl -p /usr/didbs/packages -b /usr/didbs/build -i /usr/didbs -v # (this sets up paths)
* ./bootstrap.pl # (This builds the stage0 pieces)
* ./bootstrap.pl # (This builds the stage1 then release packages)

Packages included here:


Code:
autoconf-2.69
automake-1.16.1
bash-3.2.57
bison-2.7.1
bzip2-1.0.6
cmake-2.8.12.2
coreutils-8.30
curl-7.61.0
diffutils-3.6
emacs-23.3
findutils-4.6.0
gawk-3.1.8
gettext-0.19.8.1
git-2.17.0
gmp-6.1.2
gnutls-3.1.5
grep-3.1
gzip-1.9
jpeg-9c
less-530
libXpm-3.5.12
libarchive-3.3.2
libiconv-1.15
libpng-1.6.34
libtool-2.4.6
libxml2-2.9.8
m4-1.4.18
make-3.82
mpfr-4.0.1
nc110
ncurses-6.1
neofetch-5.0.0
nettle-3.4
openssh-7.7p1
openssl-1.1.0h
perl-5.22.4
pkg-config-0.29.2
readline-7.0
rsync-3.1.3
rxvt-unicode-9.22
sed-4.5
tar-1.30
tcsh-6.20.00
texinfo-6.5
tiff-4.0.9
unrar
unzip60
uuid-1.6.2
vim81
wget-1.19.5
xli-2005-02-27
xosview-1.20
xz-5.2.4
zlib-1.2.11

If all successful (fingers crossed) and you want to try and use the packages it has built above, do the following (bash example):

Code:
export PATH=/usr/didbs/bin:$PATH
export LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH=/usr/didbs/lib:$LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/didbs/lib/pkgconfig:$PKG_CONFIG_PATH

For the moment the berkeley-db and python2 builds are broken, I'm not willing to support those yet.

Mr TS.
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