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New/updated pkgs compiled in T2

October 02, 2015 — BarryK
Quirky is built in woofQ, which uses binary packages compiled in T2.

Sometimes I compile directly in a running Quirky, and create a PET, however, mostly I want to compile in T2, so that there is an automated build system in place, for future compiles, maybe for a different architecture such as ARM.

Here is a summary of what has changed since the last release of Quirky (Appril 7.1):

Deleting: gparted-0.22.0.tar.bz2
Deleting: gtkdialog-0.8.3.tar.bz2
Deleting: samba-3.6.22.tar.bz2
Deleting: hardinfo-0.5.1.tar.bz2
Deleting: flsynclient-0.6-patched2.tar.bz2
Deleting: nss-3.17.4.tar.bz2
Deleting: ffmpeg-2014-12-19.tar.bz2
Deleting: ntfs-3g-2014.2.15.tar.bz2
Deleting: nspr-4.10.7.tar.bz2
Deleting: f2fs-tools-1.4.0.tar.bz2
Deleting: sqlite-3080803.tar.bz2
Deleting: seamonkey-2.33.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: ntfs-3g-2015.3.14.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: sqlite-3081101.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: samba-4.2.0.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: gtkdialog-0.8.4pre-svn514.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: gparted-0.23.0.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: f2fs-tools-1.4.1.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: x265-1.7.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: ffmpeg-2.7.2.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: nspr-4.10.9.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: arp-scan-1.9.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: nss-3.20.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: flsynclient-0.6-patched3.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: seamonkey-2.35.tar.bz2
Adding new PKG: hardinfo-20150425-fd.tar.bz2

These are x86 (32-bit) binary packages, and are uploaded to here:

The sources are here:


Regarding PETs, there are some new ones used for the 7.1.93 "neo64" build of Quirky:

Adding new PET:
Adding new PET:
Adding new PET:

These are x86_64 packages, however I found that I did not need the 64-bit Xorg, so have not used zz_xorg64 PET.

The PET zz_lib64 provides basic shared libs for 64-bit commandline utilities, such as 'ddcprobe' in the zz_xresprobe PET.

I have not provided any other 64-bit libs in 7.1.93, so only commandline utilities can be executed, and even then there may be extra libs required. Look in /lib64

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