A new version of anopa - init system/service manager built around s6 supervision suite - has been released. Main changes since 0.4.0 are :
tty: Fix when multiple devices are listed as console. Thanks to linsam.
status: Report "Up; Getting ready..." as needed. Longruns that are up (i.e. not (yet) ready) but do support readiness will be announced as such, making it obvious they support readiness and therefore aren't yet in their "final" state.
--alarm-s6When adding new servicedirs to an active repodir (i.e. its scandir has a running s6-svscan), for new longruns to be properly set/usable we need to "alarm" s6-svscan, so it rescans the scandir.
This had to be done manually via
s6-svscanctl -a $REPODIR/.scandirbut can now be done automatically from aa-enable.
As long last, a new version of statusnotifier is out! This has been due for a (very) long time, and it's finally arrived. Many thanks to everyone who helped, especially contributors Bradley Xu and Vladimir Perepechin, and apologies it took so long for a release to happen.
As you've no doubt noticed, this is version 1.0.0 -- Two reasons for that: one, it's indeed considered stable; And two, it comes with a soname bump and incompatibility with the previous version.
Time for a new release of slicd - a simple lightweight Linux cron daemon - with fixes regarding DST handling and the addition of a new per-job "special DST" mode, amongst other things.
This is a "minor" bugfix release, mainly affecting building of journal-triggerd;
though there was an important issue since
configure was still looking for
libsystemd-journal even though it has been removed & merged into
Time for a new release of kalu. Mostly a bugfix release, though thanks to AdmiringWorm kalu now speaks Norwegian Bokmål!
Note that there was a bug in the updater, where
/etc/pacmand.d/hooks was not
set as default
HookDir if none were specified in
pacman.conf - which means
unless you set it there, any custom hooks were not used.
alsactl: sysfs_init:48: sysfs path '/sys' is invalid Found hardware: "HDA-Intel" "Analog Devices AD1989B" "HDA:11d4989b,10438311,00100300" "0x1043" "0x8311" Hardware is initialized using a generic method
This is what I could read on boot after a recent kernel upgrade (4.4.1-2 ->
4.4.3-1, to be exact), as a result of running
alsactl restore Now, the good
thing is my audio didn't stop working, but that's still not right (and my
settings (e.g. volume levels) weren't restored as they should have been).
"Release often" they say, right? Yet another release of kalu, since a stupid mistake on my part led to notifications being empty in 4.0.1, making them much less useful indeed.
This is now fixed; Thanks to adam777 for the report. Hopefully this is the last release for this week :p
2016 will be different, and there's already a new release of kalu! Nothing to be pleased about though, as I let slip a bad bug with the templates reworking, and kalu would segfault when running and no configuration has been loaded.
In other words, news users - or anyone without an existing
kalu.conf - would
see a segfault as soon as the first checks were ran. Not good.
As I don't doubt you're aware, pacman 5.0 is out. I managed to take some time and here we go with new releases for kalu & PkgClip -- though, really, only the former has a link to the new pacman, since as said before PkgClip wasn't actually affected by the API changes.
(For pacdep: API changes aren't relevant, so a simple rebuild will do the trick. No new version coming as of yet.)
As you may know, pacman 5.0 was just released (and is available in
you might want to give it a try (and play with hooks) !
To do so, here's what you need to know wrt my tools: