Upstream fixes for issues with make-3.82. This should fix all build
issues reported due to make-3.82. Any remaining issues are probably not
make's fault but need to be addressed in the software being built...
just to let you know: I have moved isos from 2008 and older to our
archives. They are of no use and recently we found out that at least one
tier1 mirror had excluded them which caused some broken symlinks.
Pierre Schmitz, https://users.archlinux.de/~pierre
is needed because > consolekit 0.4.2 changed the default policy and
expects that a third party to authorize the user. That works out of the
box with graphically login managers as GDM/KDM/LXDM.
Note that ck-launch-session hack is still needed in ~/.xinitrc.
Tested with gnome and xfce and mounting/reboot/shutdown works.
exec ck-launch-session gnome-session
exec ck-launch-session xfce-session
2011/1/26 Andrea Scarpino <andrea(a)archlinux.org>:
> On Wednesday 26 January 2011 16:23:46 Ángel Velásquez wrote:
>> Why partition table plugin was disabled? any particular reason?
> I talked with some MySQL dev and they said that their usage is very low, do we
> need them?
Well I use it on productions systems, and though previous versions of
Arch package had this support enabled by default. I figured out that
the support was disabled cause I was trying to partitionate some
Anyway I've rebuilt with abs the mysql and I have it for my machine,
just I thought it was any reason in particular to don't add this.
angvp @ irc.freenode.net
Arch Linux Developer / Trusted User
Linux Counter: #359909
Following an earlier discussion, I have stepped forward as a volunteer
to continue namcap maintenance: in my personal clone at
you may find several patches addressing issues reported in FlySpray. I
have also tried to update the NEWS file in some sensible way. Can
someone have a look at these? I'd also like to know more about the
release process of namcap and the main directions of development?
My next goal would be the support for split packages.
In testing for both architectures. Please signoff.
Arch changes: remove patch which is now upstream
This version of iproute2 utilities intended for use with 2.6.37 or
later kernel, but should be backward compatible with older releases.
Most of the changes are minor cleanups and fixes; new features
* support for flow matching based on rxhash
* checksum update action
Source: (note old developer.osdl.org address works as well)
For more info on iproute2 see:
Report problems (or enhancements) to the netdev(a)vger.kernel.org mailing list.
Andreas Schwab (1):
iproute2: remove useless use of buffer
Ben Greear (2):
iproute2: Fix filtering related to flushing IP addresses.
Allow 'ip addr flush' to loop more than 10 times
Changli Gao (1):
iproute2: tc: f_flow: add key rxhash
Dan Smith (1):
Add ip route save/restore
Eric Dumazet (2):
ip: add RTA_MARK support
iproute2: add 64bit support to ifstat
Gerrit Renker (1):
tc-red: typo in man page
Gregoire Baron (1):
tc: add ACT_CSUM action support (csum)
Mike Frysinger (1):
m_xt: stop using xtables_set_revision()
Octavian Purdila (1):
iproute2: initialize the ll_map only once
Petr Sabata (3):
ss(8) improvements by Jiri Popelka <jpopelka(a)redhat.com>
ss: Change "do now" to "do not" in ss(8), -n option
ip: Few typo and grammar errors fixes for ip(8) manpage
Sridhar Samudrala (1):
Support 'mode' parameter when creating macvtap device
Stephen Hemminger (11):
Snapshot for 22.214.171.124
Update kernel headers to 2.6.36-rc2
Use correct rt_link_statistics
Fix GRED options clearing
Update to 2.6.36 headers
Workaround for repeated distclean
Use standard routines for interface name to index etc
Increase size of ifindex hash heads
Update to 2.6.37-rc8 headers
Timo Teräs (2):
iproute2: treat gre key as number
iproute2: support xfrm upper protocol gre key
Ulrich Weber (2):
iproute2: dont filter cached routes on iproute_get
iproute2: display xfrm socket policy direction
Upstream update, updated configuration.
One small change: Re-added halt/reboot/poweroff, so you can now call
'reboot -f' or 'poweroff -f' from the emergency shell to reboot or shut
down (this doesn't work without -f).
Please sign off.