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Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« on: 2017/08/16, 11:32:41 »
This will wreck existing Qt and KDE installations right now - keep calm. If Qt is done i guess that KF5 transiton will start - so this can last a week or so.
https://release.debian.org/transitions/html/qtbase-abi-5-9-1.html
https://release.debian.org/transitions/html/qtdeclarative-5-9-1.html
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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #1 on: 2017/08/19, 16:50:20 »
^The one link is broken. I guess you were going for: https://release.debian.org/transitions/html/qtbase-abi-5-9-0.html

Thanks for heads up.

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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #2 on: 2017/08/24, 15:29:33 »
Dist-upgraded today. No problems so far
Linux is highly user friendly, it is just highly selective who it is friends with.

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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #3 on: 2017/08/24, 17:24:19 »
Pretty much went thru last night, depending on your mirrors.
I either give too many fucks or no fucks at all, it's like I cannot find a middle ground for a moderate fuck distribution, it's like what the fuck

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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #4 on: 2017/08/24, 19:03:45 »
On LXQt, qt5-style-plugins is removed.  Not a problem.


On KDE/plasma-desktop, qt5-style-plugins and akonadi-backend-sqlite are removed. Not a problem for me ...
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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #5 on: 2017/08/25, 12:59:28 »
Hi,


the list of removals won't stop growing here.


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The following packages will be REMOVED:
  akonadi-backend-sqlite build-essential debhelper dh-autoreconf dh-strip-nondeterminism g++ g++-4.8 g++-4.9 g++-5 g++-5-multilib g++-6 g++-6-multilib g++-7 g++-7-multilib g++-multilib gcc-5-multilib
  gcc-6-multilib gcc-7-multilib gcc-multilib gfortran gfortran-4.9 gfortran-5 gfortran-6 gfortran-7 ghc ghc-doc ghc-prof java-package lib32stdc++-5-dev lib32stdc++-6-dev lib32stdc++-7-dev libc6-dev
  libc6-dev-i386 libc6-dev-x32 libclang1-3.6 libftdi-dev libncurses5-dev libstdc++-4.8-dev libstdc++-4.9-dev libstdc++-5-dev libstdc++-6-dev libstdc++-7-dev libtool libusb-dev libx32stdc++-5-dev
  libx32stdc++-6-dev libx32stdc++-7-dev
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  akonadi-backend-mysql binutils-common binutils-x86-64-linux-gnu default-mysql-client-core default-mysql-server-core fdisk libbinutils libdirectfb-1.7-7 libemf1 libftdi1-2 libjemalloc1 libqt5sql5-mysql
  libx265-130 linux-headers-4.12.9-towo.1-siduction-amd64 linux-image-4.12.9-towo.1-siduction-amd64 mariadb-client-core-10.1 mariadb-server-core-10.1
The following packages have been kept back:
  audacious audacious-plugins-data libc6 libc6-dbg libc6-i386 libc6-x32
The following packages will be upgraded:
  apt ...
366 upgraded, 17 newly installed, 47 to remove and 6 not upgraded.
Need to get 332 MB/2,001 MB of archives.
After this operation, 1,579 MB disk space will be freed.
Do you want to continue? [Y/n]
How did I get all these -dev packages? Prolly safe to let them go, but build-essential would be the end of nvidia modules I guess. And what's Haskell to do with this?


I'll keep waiting.


Habe a nice weekend all,
Stephan

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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #6 on: 2017/08/25, 13:46:52 »
@Oppa -- On a good working LXQt laptop, I checked your gcc-6 situation:


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root@n5110:/# apt policy gcc-6-multilib
gcc-6-multilib:
  Installed: (none)
  Candidate: 6.4.0-4
  Version table:
     6.4.0-4 500
        500 http://deb.debian.org/debian unstable/main amd64 Packages
root@n5110:/# apt install -s gcc-6-multilib
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
The following additional packages will be installed:
  lib32asan3 lib32atomic1 lib32cilkrts5 lib32gcc-6-dev lib32gcc1
  lib32gomp1 lib32itm1 lib32mpx2 lib32quadmath0 lib32stdc++6 lib32ubsan0
  libc6-dev-i386 libc6-dev-x32 libc6-i386 libc6-x32 libx32asan3
  libx32atomic1 libx32cilkrts5 libx32gcc-6-dev libx32gcc1 libx32gomp1
  libx32itm1 libx32quadmath0 libx32stdc++6 libx32ubsan0
Recommended packages:
  gcc-multilib
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  gcc-6-multilib lib32asan3 lib32atomic1 lib32cilkrts5 lib32gcc-6-dev
  lib32gcc1 lib32gomp1 lib32itm1 lib32mpx2 lib32quadmath0 lib32stdc++6
  lib32ubsan0 libc6-dev-i386 libc6-dev-x32 libc6-i386 libc6-x32
  libx32asan3 libx32atomic1 libx32cilkrts5 libx32gcc-6-dev libx32gcc1
  libx32gomp1 libx32itm1 libx32quadmath0 libx32stdc++6 libx32ubsan0
0 upgraded, 26 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Inst libc6-i386 (2.24-15 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libc6-dev-i386 (2.24-15 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libc6-x32 (2.24-15 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libc6-dev-x32 (2.24-15 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32gcc1 (1:7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libx32gcc1 (1:7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32gomp1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libx32gomp1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32itm1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libx32itm1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32atomic1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libx32atomic1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32stdc++6 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32asan3 (6.4.0-4 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libx32stdc++6 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libx32asan3 (6.4.0-4 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32ubsan0 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libx32ubsan0 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32cilkrts5 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libx32cilkrts5 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32mpx2 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32quadmath0 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libx32quadmath0 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst lib32gcc-6-dev (6.4.0-4 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libx32gcc-6-dev (6.4.0-4 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst gcc-6-multilib (6.4.0-4 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libc6-i386 (2.24-15 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libc6-dev-i386 (2.24-15 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libc6-x32 (2.24-15 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libc6-dev-x32 (2.24-15 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32gcc1 (1:7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libx32gcc1 (1:7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32gomp1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libx32gomp1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32itm1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libx32itm1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32atomic1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libx32atomic1 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32stdc++6 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32asan3 (6.4.0-4 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libx32stdc++6 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libx32asan3 (6.4.0-4 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32ubsan0 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libx32ubsan0 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32cilkrts5 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libx32cilkrts5 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32mpx2 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32quadmath0 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libx32quadmath0 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf lib32gcc-6-dev (6.4.0-4 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libx32gcc-6-dev (6.4.0-4 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf gcc-6-multilib (6.4.0-4 Debian:unstable [amd64])
root@n5110:/# 


And for build-essential:


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root@n5110:/# apt policy build-essential
build-essential:
  Installed: 12.3
  Candidate: 12.3
  Version table:
 *** 12.3 500
        500 http://deb.debian.org/debian unstable/main amd64 Packages
        100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
root@n5110:/# apt depends build-essential
build-essential
 |Depends: libc6-dev
  Depends: <libc-dev>
    libc6-dev
  Depends: gcc (>= 4:6.3)
  Depends: g++ (>= 4:6.3)
  Depends: make
    make-guile
  Depends: dpkg-dev (>= 1.17.11)
root@n5110:/#


and gfortran-5:


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root@n5110:/# apt policy gfortran5
N: Unable to locate package gfortran5
root@n5110:/# apt policy gfortran-5
gfortran-5:
  Installed: (none)
  Candidate: 5.4.1-12
  Version table:
     5.4.1-12 500
        500 http://deb.debian.org/debian unstable/main amd64 Packages
root@n5110:/# apt install -s gfortran-5
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
The following additional packages will be installed:
  cpp-5 gcc-5 libasan2 libgcc-5-dev libgfortran-5-dev libmpx0
Suggested packages:
  gcc-5-locales gcc-5-multilib gcc-5-doc libgcc1-dbg libgomp1-dbg
  libitm1-dbg libatomic1-dbg libasan2-dbg liblsan0-dbg libtsan0-dbg
  libubsan0-dbg libcilkrts5-dbg libmpx0-dbg libquadmath0-dbg
  gfortran-5-multilib gfortran-5-doc libgfortran3-dbg
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  cpp-5 gcc-5 gfortran-5 libasan2 libgcc-5-dev libgfortran-5-dev libmpx0
0 upgraded, 7 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Inst cpp-5 (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libasan2 (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libmpx0 (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libgcc-5-dev (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst gcc-5 (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libgfortran-5-dev (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst gfortran-5 (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf cpp-5 (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libasan2 (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libmpx0 (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libgcc-5-dev (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf gcc-5 (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libgfortran-5-dev (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf gfortran-5 (5.4.1-12 Debian:unstable [amd64])
root@n5110:/#


and gfortran:


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root@n5110:/# apt install -s gfortran
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
The following additional packages will be installed:
  gfortran-7 libgfortran-7-dev libgfortran4
Suggested packages:
  gfortran-multilib gfortran-doc gfortran-7-multilib gfortran-7-doc
  libgfortran4-dbg libcoarrays-dev
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  gfortran gfortran-7 libgfortran-7-dev libgfortran4
0 upgraded, 4 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Inst libgfortran4 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst libgfortran-7-dev (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst gfortran-7 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Inst gfortran (4:7.1.0-2 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libgfortran4 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf libgfortran-7-dev (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf gfortran-7 (7.2.0-1 Debian:unstable [amd64])
Conf gfortran (4:7.1.0-2 Debian:unstable [amd64])
root@n5110:/#

I think maybe your needed packages will reinstall after you do full-upgrade.  (Easy for me to risk YOUR system!)  :)
« Last Edit: 2017/08/25, 14:12:53 by dibl »
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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #7 on: 2017/08/25, 17:22:09 »
@OppaErich - https://forum.siduction.org/index.php?topic=6811.msg55382#msg55382 - just let the dev-stuff go and re-install as needed.
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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #8 on: 2017/08/25, 20:42:41 »
OK, I've updated one of my systems today.

I've noticed (so far) a couple of things:
  • The firefox icon on panel now looks pixelated.
  • The icon for chromium disappeared, from the panel and launcher menu.
Not a big deal, but just FYI.
(BTW, the same happened to my updated siduction aptosid system.)
« Last Edit: 2017/08/25, 22:35:41 by finotti »

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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #9 on: 2017/08/25, 21:37:30 »
The chromium icon is actually still there where it was -- hover your cursor over it and launch it to verify.
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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #10 on: 2017/08/25, 22:14:00 »
The chromium icon is actually still there where it was -- hover your cursor over it and launch it to verify.

To clarify: indeed, an "invisible" icon is there (replacing the chromium one) and clicking on it indeed launches the program, but the chromium icon is (visually) gone.

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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #11 on: 2017/08/26, 13:32:17 »
Hi,


DU went through without errors. Let's see what happens when a new nvidia module build is due...


Thanks,
Stephan

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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #12 on: 2017/08/26, 15:02:56 »
Quote from: finotti on Yesterday at 17:14:00
... clicking on it indeed launches the program, but the chromium icon is (visually) gone.

If you want to see something for an icon there, open /usr/share/applications/chromium.deskop with a root-mode text editor, and on this line:

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Icon=chromium
(I am using SRWare Iron so it might be a little different)

change it to an application that you don't use, such as

Code: [Select]
Icon=kmines

Of course we have to watch for a fix and change the .desktop file (or update the package) accordingly ....    :P
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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #13 on: 2017/08/27, 09:43:56 »
Given that others have mentioned success with dist-upgrade, I just went ahead myself.

All good, no problems on my ASUS K55A laptop.

The only 'funky' as mentioned by others earlier is the 'missing' chromium icon.

The workaround I use in such situations is download a .png with transparency, save it to a Sub Folder of Pictures I have for 'custom' icons.

Then using the KDE menu editor, point the menu entry at the icon of my choice.

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Re: Qt 5.9.1 Transition started
« Reply #14 on: 2017/08/28, 08:41:28 »
My system: Siduction KDE: update-level from begin of last week

Tested an complete apt-get update followed by dist-upgrade. Nothing is deinstalled. Afterwards the system boots, but the logon (SDDM) screen does not appear. If I log in via commandline on a terminal session and start the the xserver the background of the KDE environment appears and then the session hangs. Any hints?