Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2012 03:14:51 +0400 From: Aleksey Cherepanov <aleksey.4erepanov@...il.com> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Aleksey's daily status report #13 For two days... Done - .debs are finished - .rpms are finished Ugh... %-) - All packages are on the wiki. http://openwall.info/wiki/john/johnny There are one .deb per architecture and one .rpm per distro+arch pair due to different paths on all distros. Frank, could you try .rpm for Fedora? Observations and problems - Fedora gives "..." in "Passwords" label always under gnome3 fallback mode(?) Frank, do you see it? Is it important? - all Fedora, Mageia and OpenSUSE uses different doc pathes On Fedora it is /usr/share/doc/<name>-<version> On Mageia /usr/share/doc/<name> On OpenSUSE /usr/share/doc/packages/<name> And as I understand rpm does not provide a way to alter this path during installation easily. This path is hardcoded into rpm during its creation. I attached .spec file. Despite its name it is suitable for both x86 and x86_64. Should I put it on the wiki and make an instruction how to build rpm for other distributions? (Should I add automatic download of tarballs?) Or maybe should I provide explanation on differences between .rpms so user could choose right prebuit one? Is it important at all? - my .spec file just repackages tarball from wiki i.e. it could not build rpm for other architectures - Fedora uses i386 name for x86 while Mageia and OpenSUSE use i586 My .spec uses it. So it may not work out of the box on some x86 distros. - installation of any .rpm package from file through gui on OpenSUSE pulls a lot of other packages including non-free (adobe flash) Also installation did not work for me due to lack of space (limited by ram per guest). With more space it did not work with error about not responded message on message bus. Looks very strange. Though `zypper install package.rpm` works well. To do - announce release on john-users I think it is ready. Frank, do you think so? Thanks! -- Regards, Aleksey Cherepanov View attachment "johnny-1.1.2-1.spec" of type "text/plain" (1405 bytes)
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