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Philippe Roussel
Hi all,

Now that I have a somewhat automated build process it would be nice to
have some feedback on the result.

I tried to use libobjc2, and did a preliminary debianization, but ran
into linking errors when using gcc 4.7 and didn't investigate much. If
someone is successfully using libojc2 with gcc 4.7 I would appreciate
any help.

This time I built packages for precise and wheezy, for both i386 and amd64.
The packages list looks like :
 * gnustep-{make,base,gui,back} and related dev packages
 * addressmanager
 * agenda
 * cynthiune (didn't build for some configs)
 * easydiff
 * edenmath
 * gnumail
 * gorm
 * gworkspace
 * gnustep-examples
 * laternamagica
 * lusernet
 * notebook
 * poe
 * terminal
 * textedit
 * systempreferences
 * vindaloo (with iconkit and popplerkit from Etoile)
 * waiho
 * renaissance
 * zipper
 * helpviewer

I changed the directory tree to be able to easily add distributions and
architectures. Everything is now under the following url :

http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/

For example, for precise x86 you can add to sources.list :

deb http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/precise/i386/ ./

Please let me know if you find this useful, if a package is broken, if
you would like to add another package to the list etc.

Thanks,
Philippe

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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Csanyi Pal
Hi Philippe,

Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:

> Now that I have a somewhat automated build process it would be nice to
> have some feedback on the result.

Sure.

> I tried to use libobjc2, and did a preliminary debianization, but ran
> into linking errors when using gcc 4.7 and didn't investigate much. If
> someone is successfully using libojc2 with gcc 4.7 I would appreciate
> any help.

I have installed libobjc2 and gcc 4.7
aptitude search libobjc2
i A libobjc2
aptitude search gcc
i A gcc-4.7

and I have symlink:
/usr/bin/@gcc -> gcc-4.7

With these conditions I had installed some GNUstep packages, like:
addressmanager.app
gnumail.app
projectcenter.app
gorm.app
textedit.app
etc.

> This time I built packages for precise and wheezy, for both i386 and amd64.
> The packages list looks like :
>  * gnustep-{make,base,gui,back} and related dev packages
>  * addressmanager
>  * agenda
>  * cynthiune (didn't build for some configs)
>  * easydiff
>  * edenmath
>  * gnumail
>  * gorm
>  * gworkspace
>  * gnustep-examples
>  * laternamagica
>  * lusernet
>  * notebook
>  * poe
>  * terminal
>  * textedit
>  * systempreferences
>  * vindaloo (with iconkit and popplerkit from Etoile)
>  * waiho
>  * renaissance
>  * zipper
>  * helpviewer


> I changed the directory tree to be able to easily add distributions and
> architectures. Everything is now under the following url :
>
> http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/
>
> For example, for precise x86 you can add to sources.list :
>
> deb http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/precise/i386/ ./

> Please let me know if you find this useful, if a package is broken, if
> you would like to add another package to the list etc.

I added the following line to my sources.list:
deb http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/wheezy/amd64/ ./

[sources.list]
deb-src http://ftp.debian.org/debian/ sid main contrib non-free
deb     http://ftp.debian.org/debian/ sid main contrib non-free

deb-src http://ftp.debian.org/debian/ testing main contrib non-free
deb     http://ftp.debian.org/debian/ testing main contrib non-free

deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org sid main
deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org testing main

# GNUstep
deb http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/wheezy/amd64/ ./

# Bitlbee
deb http://code.bitlbee.org/debian/devel/testing/amd64/ ./
[/sources.list]

After I did:
sudo aptitude update
sudo aptitude safe-upgrade

and get the new gnustep packages, I can give the following
informations.

I can't start some gnustep applications:
Gorm
GNUMail
TextEdit

Say, when I try to start Gorm, I get messages:
Gorm
2012-07-22 21:29:57.746 Gorm[28286] Did not find correct version of
backend (libgnustep-art-023.bundle), falling back to std
(libgnustep-art.bundle).
2012-07-22 21:29:57.747 Gorm[28286] NSApplication.m:304  Assertion
failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend
libgnustep-art
Gorm: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException, reason:
NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.
Unable to find backend libgnustep-art

GNUMail
Segmentation fault

TextEdit
2012-07-22 21:31:40.534 TextEdit[28293] Did not find correct version of
backend (libgnustep-art-023.bundle), falling back to std
(libgnustep-art.bundle).
2012-07-22 21:31:40.535 TextEdit[28293] NSApplication.m:304  Assertion
failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend
libgnustep-art
TextEdit: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException, reason:
NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.
Unable to find backend libgnustep-art

HelpViewer
2012-07-22 21:32:15.175 HelpViewer[28297] Did not find correct version
of backend (libgnustep-art-023.bundle), falling back to std
(libgnustep-art.bundle).
2012-07-22 21:32:15.176 HelpViewer[28297] NSApplication.m:304  Assertion
failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend
libgnustep-art
HelpViewer: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException, reason:
NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.
Unable to find backend libgnustep-art

Affiche
2012-07-22 21:32:52.693 Affiche[28301] Did not find correct version of
backend (libgnustep-art-023.bundle), falling back to std
(libgnustep-art.bundle).
2012-07-22 21:32:52.694 Affiche[28301] NSApplication.m:304  Assertion
failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend
libgnustep-art
Affiche: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException, reason:
NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.
Unable to find backend libgnustep-art

EdenMath
2012-07-22 21:33:15.831 EdenMath[28304] Did not find correct version of
backend (libgnustep-art-023.bundle), falling back to std
(libgnustep-art.bundle).
2012-07-22 21:33:15.833 EdenMath[28304] NSApplication.m:304  Assertion
failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend
libgnustep-art
EdenMath: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException, reason:
NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.
Unable to find backend libgnustep-art

I have aptitude log for this upgrade (in Hungarian):

[snip]
[ELTÁVOLÍTÁS, HASZNÁLATON KÍVÜLI] mknfonts.tool:amd64
[VISSZAFOGÁS, FÜGGŐSÉGEK] evolution-data-server:amd64
[VISSZAFOGÁS, FÜGGŐSÉGEK] evolution-data-server-common:amd64
[VISSZAFOGÁS, FÜGGŐSÉGEK] libedataserverui-3.0-1:amd64
[VISSZAFOGÁS, FÜGGŐSÉGEK] poppler-data:amd64
[TELEPÍTÉS, FÜGGŐSÉGEK] gnustep-back0.23:amd64
[TELEPÍTÉS, FÜGGŐSÉGEK] gnustep-back0.23-cairo:amd64
[TELEPÍTÉS, FÜGGŐSÉGEK] libgnustep-base1.24:amd64
[TELEPÍTÉS, FÜGGŐSÉGEK] libgnustep-gui0.23:amd64
[VISSZAFOGÁS] ia32-libs:amd64
[VISSZAFOGÁS] nautilus-sendto:amd64
[FRISSÍTÉS] addressmanager.app:amd64 0.4.7-1+b4 -> 0.4.8-4+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] affiche.app:amd64 0.6.0-8+b1 -> 0.6.0-10+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] bootlogd:amd64 2.88dsf-28 -> 2.88dsf-29
[FRISSÍTÉS] busybox:amd64 1:1.20.0-5 -> 1:1.20.0-6
[FRISSÍTÉS] edenmath.app:amd64 1.1.1a-7+b4 -> 1.1.1b-1+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] flashplugin-nonfree:amd64 1:2.8.5 -> 1:2.8.6
[FRISSÍTÉS] gnumail.app:amd64 1.2.0~pre3+snap20071004-5 -> 1.2.0-1+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] gnumail.app-dbg:amd64 1.2.0~pre3+snap20071004-5 -> 1.2.0-1+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] gnustep-back-common:amd64 0.20.1-2 -> 0.23.0-2+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] gnustep-base-common:amd64 1.22.1-4 -> 1.24.2-3+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] gnustep-base-runtime:amd64 1.22.1-4 -> 1.24.2-3+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] gnustep-common:amd64 2.6.2-2 -> 2.6.2-3+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] gnustep-gpbs:amd64 0.20.1-2+b1 -> 0.23.0-2+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] gnustep-gui-common:amd64 0.20.0-3 -> 0.23.0-2+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] gnustep-gui-runtime:amd64 0.20.0-3 -> 0.23.0-2+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] gnustep-make:amd64 2.6.2-2 -> 2.6.2-3+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] gorm.app:amd64 1.2.16-1 -> 1.2.18-1+120722
[FRISSÍTÉS] gworkspace-apps-wrappers:amd64 0.9.0-rev34919 -> 0.9.1-1+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] helpviewer.app:amd64 0.3-7+b2 -> 0.3-9+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] initscripts:amd64 2.88dsf-28 -> 2.88dsf-29
[FRISSÍTÉS] libaddresses0:amd64 0.4.7-1+b4 -> 0.4.8-4+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] libaddressview0:amd64 0.4.7-1+b4 -> 0.4.8-4+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] libgnustep-base-dev:amd64 1.22.1-4 -> 1.24.2-3+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] libgnustep-gui-dev:amd64 0.20.0-3 -> 0.23.0-2+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] libpantomime1.2:amd64 1.2.0~pre3+snap20071004+dfsg-4 -> 1.2.0-1+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] librenaissance0:amd64 0.9.0-4+b2 -> 0.9.0-6+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] librenaissance0-dev:amd64 0.9.0-4+b2 -> 0.9.0-6+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] libxml2:amd64 2.8.0+dfsg1-4 -> 2.8.0+dfsg1-5
[FRISSÍTÉS] libxml2-dev:amd64 2.8.0+dfsg1-4 -> 2.8.0+dfsg1-5
[FRISSÍTÉS] libxml2-utils:amd64 2.8.0+dfsg1-4 -> 2.8.0+dfsg1-5
[FRISSÍTÉS] nmh:amd64 1.5-release-0.4 -> 1.5-release-1
[FRISSÍTÉS] python-libxml2:amd64 2.8.0+dfsg1-4 -> 2.8.0+dfsg1-5
[FRISSÍTÉS] python-scipy:amd64 0.10.1+dfsg1-3 -> 0.10.1+dfsg1-4
[FRISSÍTÉS] renaissance-doc:amd64 0.9.0-4 -> 0.9.0-6+120721
[FRISSÍTÉS] sysv-rc:amd64 2.88dsf-28 -> 2.88dsf-29
[FRISSÍTÉS] sysvinit:amd64 2.88dsf-28 -> 2.88dsf-29
[FRISSÍTÉS] sysvinit-utils:amd64 2.88dsf-28 -> 2.88dsf-29
[FRISSÍTÉS] textedit.app:amd64 4.0+20061029-3.2 -> 4.0+20120721
===============================================================

ELTÁVOLÍTÁS, HASZNÁLATON KÍVÜLI
mean (something like)
REMOVING, OUT OF USE

VISSZAFOGÁS, FÜGGŐSÉGEK
mean (something like)
HOLDING, DEPENDENCIES

TELEPÍTÉS, FÜGGŐSÉGEK
mean (something like)
INSTALLING, DEPENDENCIES

FRISSÍTÉS
mean (something like)
UPDATING

In the future I setup aptitude install process to get log in English.

Any question further?

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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

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Hi and thanks for testing

On Sun, Jul 22, 2012 at 09:42:05PM +0200, Csanyi Pal wrote:

> Hi Philippe,
>
> Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:
>
> > Now that I have a somewhat automated build process it would be nice to
> > have some feedback on the result.
>
> Sure.
>
> > I tried to use libobjc2, and did a preliminary debianization, but ran
> > into linking errors when using gcc 4.7 and didn't investigate much. If
> > someone is successfully using libojc2 with gcc 4.7 I would appreciate
> > any help.
>
> I have installed libobjc2 and gcc 4.7
> aptitude search libobjc2
> i A libobjc2

I think this isn't the libobjc2 I from gnustep svn repository but
gcc's version. Debian version numbering is quite confusing sometimes...

[snip]

> I can't start some gnustep applications:
> Gorm
> GNUMail
> TextEdit
>
> Say, when I try to start Gorm, I get messages:
> Gorm
> 2012-07-22 21:29:57.746 Gorm[28286] Did not find correct version of
> backend (libgnustep-art-023.bundle), falling back to std
> (libgnustep-art.bundle).

This could be a problem : I 'simplified' gnustep-back package and kept
only the cairo backend...

What does 'defaults read NSGlobalDomain' gives you ?

Philippe
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Csanyi Pal
Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:

> Hi and thanks for testing

Not at all.

> On Sun, Jul 22, 2012 at 09:42:05PM +0200, Csanyi Pal wrote:

>> Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:
>>
>> > Now that I have a somewhat automated build process it would be nice to
>> > have some feedback on the result.
>>
>> Sure.
>>
>> > I tried to use libobjc2, and did a preliminary debianization, but ran
>> > into linking errors when using gcc 4.7 and didn't investigate much. If
>> > someone is successfully using libojc2 with gcc 4.7 I would appreciate
>> > any help.
>>
>> I have installed libobjc2 and gcc 4.7
>> aptitude search libobjc2
>> i A libobjc2
>
> I think this isn't the libobjc2 I from gnustep svn repository but
> gcc's version. Debian version numbering is quite confusing sometimes...

aptitude search libobjc
i A libobjc2
i   libobjc3
i A libobjc4

aptitude show libobjc2
Package: libobjc2                        
State: installed
Automatically installed: yes
Multi-Arch: same
Version: 4.5.4-1
Priority: optional
Section: libs
Maintainer: Debian GCC Maintainers <[hidden email]>
Architecture: amd64
Uncompressed Size: 446 k
Depends: gcc-4.5-base (= 4.5.4-1), libc6 (>= 2.3.2), libgcc1 (>= 1:4.1.1)
PreDepends: multiarch-support
Description: Runtime library for GNU Objective-C applications
 Library needed for GNU ObjC applications linked against the shared library.
Homepage: http://gcc.gnu.org/

aptitude show libobjc3
Package: libobjc3                        
New: yes
State: installed
Automatically installed: no
Multi-Arch: same
Version: 4.6.3-8
Priority: optional
Section: libs
Maintainer: Debian GCC Maintainers <[hidden email]>
Architecture: amd64
Uncompressed Size: 494 k
Depends: gcc-4.6-base (= 4.6.3-8), libc6 (>= 2.3.2), libgcc1 (>= 1:4.1.1)
PreDepends: multiarch-support
Description: Runtime library for GNU Objective-C applications
 Library needed for GNU ObjC applications linked against the shared library.
Homepage: http://gcc.gnu.org/

aptitude show libobjc4
Package: libobjc4                        
New: yes
State: installed
Automatically installed: yes
Multi-Arch: same
Version: 4.7.1-5
Priority: optional
Section: libs
Maintainer: Debian GCC Maintainers <[hidden email]>
Architecture: amd64
Uncompressed Size: 415 k
Depends: gcc-4.7-base (= 4.7.1-5), libc6 (>= 2.3.2), libgcc1 (>= 1:4.1.1)
PreDepends: multiarch-support
Description: Runtime library for GNU Objective-C applications
 Library needed for GNU ObjC applications linked against the shared library.
Homepage: http://gcc.gnu.org/

> [snip]
>
>> I can't start some gnustep applications:
>> Gorm
>> GNUMail
>> TextEdit
>>
>> Say, when I try to start Gorm, I get messages:
>> Gorm
>> 2012-07-22 21:29:57.746 Gorm[28286] Did not find correct version of
>> backend (libgnustep-art-023.bundle), falling back to std
>> (libgnustep-art.bundle).
>
> This could be a problem : I 'simplified' gnustep-back package and kept
> only the cairo backend...
>
> What does 'defaults read NSGlobalDomain' gives you ?

defaults read NSGlobalDomain

NSGlobalDomain 'Local Time Zone' Europe/Budapest
NSGlobalDomain NSMessageFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSLabelFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSUserFixedPitchFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSPaletteFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSControlContentFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSUserFixedPitchFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSMessageFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSLabelFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSBoldFont 'Arial Black'
NSGlobalDomain GSFileBrowserHideDotFiles 1
NSGlobalDomain NSPaletteFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSTitleBarFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSToolTipsFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSMenuFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-cairo
NSGlobalDomain NSMenuFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSControlContentFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSToolTipsFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain GSRemovableMediaPaths '(
    "/mnt/floppy",
    "/mnt/cdrom"
)'
NSGlobalDomain NSUserFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain GSReservedMountNames '(
    proc,
    devpts,
    shm,
    usbdevfs,
    devpts,
    sysfs,
    tmpfs
)'
NSGlobalDomain NSUserFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSBoldFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSTitleBarFontSize 14.0

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Csanyi Pal <[hidden email]> writes:

> Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:

 [snip]

>> This could be a problem : I 'simplified' gnustep-back package and kept
>> only the cairo backend...
>>
>> What does 'defaults read NSGlobalDomain' gives you ?
>
> defaults read NSGlobalDomain

Sorry, the previously sended output of the abowe command was run when I
hasn't upgraded to your's packages. Now these bellow are the output with
your's packags installed.

defaults read NSGlobalDomain
NSGlobalDomain NSUserFixedPitchFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-art
NSGlobalDomain NSMenuFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSControlContentFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain GSDiskSpaceUnits 0
NSGlobalDomain GSSavePanelShowProgress YES
NSGlobalDomain NSPaletteFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSControlContentFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSMenuFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain GSFontAntiAlias YES
NSGlobalDomain NSUserFixedPitchFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSToolTipsFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSBoldFont Arial-Bold
NSGlobalDomain NSPaletteFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSUserFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSBoldFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSTitleBarFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSMessageFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSUserFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSTitleBarFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain 'Local Time Zone' Europe/Budapest
NSGlobalDomain NSFontSize 12.0
NSGlobalDomain NSFonts 'DejaVu Sans'
NSGlobalDomain NSLabelFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain GSRemovableMediaPaths '(
    "/mnt/floppy",
    "/mnt/cdrom"
)'
NSGlobalDomain NSToolTipsFont Arial
NSGlobalDomain NSLanguages '(
    Hungarian,
    English
)'
NSGlobalDomain NSMessageFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain NSLabelFontSize 14.0
NSGlobalDomain GSReservedMountNames '(
    proc,
    devpts,
    shm,
    usbdevfs,
    devpts,
    sysfs,
    tmpfs
)'
NSGlobalDomain UseWindowMakerIcons YES


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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

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Are the packages built periodically?

On Sunday, July 22, 2012, Philippe Roussel wrote:
Hi all,

Now that I have a somewhat automated build process it would be nice to
have some feedback on the result.

I tried to use libobjc2, and did a preliminary debianization, but ran
into linking errors when using gcc 4.7 and didn't investigate much. If
someone is successfully using libojc2 with gcc 4.7 I would appreciate
any help.

This time I built packages for precise and wheezy, for both i386 and amd64.
The packages list looks like :
 * gnustep-{make,base,gui,back} and related dev packages
 * addressmanager
 * agenda
 * cynthiune (didn't build for some configs)
 * easydiff
 * edenmath
 * gnumail
 * gorm
 * gworkspace
 * gnustep-examples
 * laternamagica
 * lusernet
 * notebook
 * poe
 * terminal
 * textedit
 * systempreferences
 * vindaloo (with iconkit and popplerkit from Etoile)
 * waiho
 * renaissance
 * zipper
 * helpviewer

I changed the directory tree to be able to easily add distributions and
architectures. Everything is now under the following url :

http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/

For example, for precise x86 you can add to sources.list :

deb http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/precise/i386/ ./

Please let me know if you find this useful, if a package is broken, if
you would like to add another package to the list etc.

Thanks,
Philippe

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The reason I ask is because I have been thinking of a repo which automatically builds packages for gnustep every week or every few days do that we would be in control of our packages and also people who prefer package managers could keep up to date more easily.

GC

On Sunday, July 22, 2012, Gregory Casamento wrote:
Are the packages built periodically?

On Sunday, July 22, 2012, Philippe Roussel wrote:
Hi all,

Now that I have a somewhat automated build process it would be nice to
have some feedback on the result.

I tried to use libobjc2, and did a preliminary debianization, but ran
into linking errors when using gcc 4.7 and didn't investigate much. If
someone is successfully using libojc2 with gcc 4.7 I would appreciate
any help.

This time I built packages for precise and wheezy, for both i386 and amd64.
The packages list looks like :
 * gnustep-{make,base,gui,back} and related dev packages
 * addressmanager
 * agenda
 * cynthiune (didn't build for some configs)
 * easydiff
 * edenmath
 * gnumail
 * gorm
 * gworkspace
 * gnustep-examples
 * laternamagica
 * lusernet
 * notebook
 * poe
 * terminal
 * textedit
 * systempreferences
 * vindaloo (with iconkit and popplerkit from Etoile)
 * waiho
 * renaissance
 * zipper
 * helpviewer

I changed the directory tree to be able to easily add distributions and
architectures. Everything is now under the following url :

http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/

For example, for precise x86 you can add to sources.list :

deb http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/precise/i386/ ./

Please let me know if you find this useful, if a package is broken, if
you would like to add another package to the list etc.

Thanks,
Philippe

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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Stefan Bidi
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Something seems messed up with your packages.  They seem to depend on
something that bring the debian version of gnustep with it.  This is
what I got when I did 'apt-get install addressmanager.app gorm.app':
The following extra packages will be installed:
  gnumail.app gnustep-back-common gnustep-back0.20 gnustep-back0.20-art
  gnustep-back0.23 gnustep-back0.23-cairo gnustep-base-common
  gnustep-base-runtime gnustep-common gnustep-gpbs gnustep-gui-common
  gnustep-gui-runtime gnustep-make gobjc libaddresses0 libaddressview0
  libgnustep-base-dev libgnustep-base1.22 libgnustep-base1.24
  libgnustep-gui-dev libgnustep-gui0.20 libgnustep-gui0.23 libobjc3
  libpantomime1.2 projectcenter.app

As you can see it install libgnustep-gui0.23/base1.24 (yours) and
libgnustep-gui0.20/base1.22.  You can see it also installs
projectcenter.app which isn't in your repository.

AddressManager, Gorm and GNUMail all worked wonderfully.
ProjectCenter, the application I didn't choose to install, did not.

Stef

On Sun, Jul 22, 2012 at 1:49 PM, Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Now that I have a somewhat automated build process it would be nice to
> have some feedback on the result.
>
> I tried to use libobjc2, and did a preliminary debianization, but ran
> into linking errors when using gcc 4.7 and didn't investigate much. If
> someone is successfully using libojc2 with gcc 4.7 I would appreciate
> any help.
>
> This time I built packages for precise and wheezy, for both i386 and amd64.
> The packages list looks like :
>  * gnustep-{make,base,gui,back} and related dev packages
>  * addressmanager
>  * agenda
>  * cynthiune (didn't build for some configs)
>  * easydiff
>  * edenmath
>  * gnumail
>  * gorm
>  * gworkspace
>  * gnustep-examples
>  * laternamagica
>  * lusernet
>  * notebook
>  * poe
>  * terminal
>  * textedit
>  * systempreferences
>  * vindaloo (with iconkit and popplerkit from Etoile)
>  * waiho
>  * renaissance
>  * zipper
>  * helpviewer
>
> I changed the directory tree to be able to easily add distributions and
> architectures. Everything is now under the following url :
>
> http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/
>
> For example, for precise x86 you can add to sources.list :
>
> deb http://coyote.octets.fr/pub/gnustep/packages/precise/i386/ ./
>
> Please let me know if you find this useful, if a package is broken, if
> you would like to add another package to the list etc.
>
> Thanks,
> Philippe
>
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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Philippe Roussel
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Le 22/07/2012 22:20, Csanyi Pal a écrit :

> Csanyi Pal <[hidden email]> writes:
>
>> Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:
>
>  [snip]
>
>>> This could be a problem : I 'simplified' gnustep-back package and kept
>>> only the cairo backend...
>>>
>>> What does 'defaults read NSGlobalDomain' gives you ?
>>
>> defaults read NSGlobalDomain
>
> Sorry, the previously sended output of the abowe command was run when I
> hasn't upgraded to your's packages. Now these bellow are the output with
> your's packags installed.
>
> defaults read NSGlobalDomain
> NSGlobalDomain NSUserFixedPitchFont Arial
> NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-art

Please try 'default write NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-cairo' and
if it doesn't work 'default delete NSGlobalDomain GSBackend'

Philippe


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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Philippe Roussel
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Le 22/07/2012 22:30, Gregory Casamento a écrit :
> The reason I ask is because I have been thinking of a repo which
> automatically builds packages for gnustep every week or every few days
> do that we would be in control of our packages and also people who
> prefer package managers could keep up to date more easily.

I don't have a cron job building the packages or anything like that for
the moment but I guess it could be done. I'm not sure it's needed
anyway, there aren't that many commits every week and I can easily start
the build when needed.

Philippe


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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Philippe Roussel
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Hi Stefan,

Le 22/07/2012 23:33, Stefan Bidi a écrit :

> Something seems messed up with your packages.  They seem to depend on
> something that bring the debian version of gnustep with it.  This is
> what I got when I did 'apt-get install addressmanager.app gorm.app':
> The following extra packages will be installed:
>   gnumail.app gnustep-back-common gnustep-back0.20 gnustep-back0.20-art
>   gnustep-back0.23 gnustep-back0.23-cairo gnustep-base-common
>   gnustep-base-runtime gnustep-common gnustep-gpbs gnustep-gui-common
>   gnustep-gui-runtime gnustep-make gobjc libaddresses0 libaddressview0
>   libgnustep-base-dev libgnustep-base1.22 libgnustep-base1.24
>   libgnustep-gui-dev libgnustep-gui0.20 libgnustep-gui0.23 libobjc3
>   libpantomime1.2 projectcenter.app
>
> As you can see it install libgnustep-gui0.23/base1.24 (yours) and
> libgnustep-gui0.20/base1.22.  You can see it also installs
> projectcenter.app which isn't in your repository.
>
> AddressManager, Gorm and GNUMail all worked wonderfully.
> ProjectCenter, the application I didn't choose to install, did not.

Ok, my fault. Gorm package recommended ProjectCenter and by default
apt-get installs recommended packages.

I'm rebuilding gorm now.

Thanks,
Philippe


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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Philippe Roussel
Le 23/07/2012 00:10, Philippe Roussel a écrit :

> Hi Stefan,
>
> Le 22/07/2012 23:33, Stefan Bidi a écrit :
>> Something seems messed up with your packages.  They seem to depend on
>> something that bring the debian version of gnustep with it.  This is
>> what I got when I did 'apt-get install addressmanager.app gorm.app':
>> The following extra packages will be installed:
>>   gnumail.app gnustep-back-common gnustep-back0.20 gnustep-back0.20-art
>>   gnustep-back0.23 gnustep-back0.23-cairo gnustep-base-common
>>   gnustep-base-runtime gnustep-common gnustep-gpbs gnustep-gui-common
>>   gnustep-gui-runtime gnustep-make gobjc libaddresses0 libaddressview0
>>   libgnustep-base-dev libgnustep-base1.22 libgnustep-base1.24
>>   libgnustep-gui-dev libgnustep-gui0.20 libgnustep-gui0.23 libobjc3
>>   libpantomime1.2 projectcenter.app
>>
>> As you can see it install libgnustep-gui0.23/base1.24 (yours) and
>> libgnustep-gui0.20/base1.22.  You can see it also installs
>> projectcenter.app which isn't in your repository.
>>
>> AddressManager, Gorm and GNUMail all worked wonderfully.
>> ProjectCenter, the application I didn't choose to install, did not.
>
> Ok, my fault. Gorm package recommended ProjectCenter and by default
> apt-get installs recommended packages.
>
> I'm rebuilding gorm now.

Gorm packages rebuilt and synched to the repositories.

Philippe


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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Csanyi Pal
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Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:

> Le 22/07/2012 22:20, Csanyi Pal a écrit :
>> Csanyi Pal <[hidden email]> writes:
>>
>>> Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:
>>
>>  [snip]
>>
>>>> This could be a problem : I 'simplified' gnustep-back package and kept
>>>> only the cairo backend...
>>>>
>>>> What does 'defaults read NSGlobalDomain' gives you ?
>>>
>>> defaults read NSGlobalDomain
>>
>> Sorry, the previously sended output of the abowe command was run when I
>> hasn't upgraded to your's packages. Now these bellow are the output with
>> your's packags installed.
>>
>> defaults read NSGlobalDomain
>> NSGlobalDomain NSUserFixedPitchFont Arial
>> NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-art
>
> Please try 'default write NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-cairo' and
> if it doesn't work 'default delete NSGlobalDomain GSBackend'

I run:
defaults write NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-cairo

and after that try to run Gorm:
Gorm
2012-07-23 06:29:20.022 Gorm[8643] Did not find correct version of
backend (libgnustep-cairo-023.bundle), falling back to std
(libgnustep-cairo.bundle).
2012-07-23 06:29:20.024 Gorm[8643] NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed
in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend libgnustep-cairo
Gorm: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException, reason:
NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.
Unable to find backend libgnustep-cairo

So I run:
defaults delete NSGlobalDomain GSBackend

and after that I can start Gorm. :)

But then I can't start ProjectCenter:
ProjectCenter
2012-07-23 06:34:03.063 ProjectCenter[8674] Did not find correct version
of backend (libgnustep-cairo-020.bundle), falling back to std
(libgnustep-cairo.bundle).
2012-07-23 06:34:03.064 ProjectCenter[8674] NSApplication.m:304
Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend
libgnustep-cairo
ProjectCenter: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException,
reason: NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in
initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend libgnustep-cairo

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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Csanyi Pal
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Stefan Bidi <[hidden email]> writes:

> Something seems messed up with your packages.  They seem to depend on
> something that bring the debian version of gnustep with it.  This is
> what I got when I did 'apt-get install addressmanager.app gorm.app':
> The following extra packages will be installed:
>   gnumail.app gnustep-back-common gnustep-back0.20 gnustep-back0.20-art
>   gnustep-back0.23 gnustep-back0.23-cairo gnustep-base-common
>   gnustep-base-runtime gnustep-common gnustep-gpbs gnustep-gui-common
>   gnustep-gui-runtime gnustep-make gobjc libaddresses0 libaddressview0
>   libgnustep-base-dev libgnustep-base1.22 libgnustep-base1.24
>   libgnustep-gui-dev libgnustep-gui0.20 libgnustep-gui0.23 libobjc3
>   libpantomime1.2 projectcenter.app
>
> As you can see it install libgnustep-gui0.23/base1.24 (yours) and
> libgnustep-gui0.20/base1.22.  You can see it also installs
> projectcenter.app which isn't in your repository.
>
> AddressManager, Gorm and GNUMail all worked wonderfully.

GNUMail doesn't run here, it can't be started:
GNUMail
Segmentation fault

Gorm can be started successfully.

AddressManager
2012-07-23 06:47:44.730 AddressManager[10687] Did not find correct
version of backend (libgnustep-cairo-020.bundle), falling back to std
(libgnustep-cairo.bundle).
2012-07-23 06:47:44.730 AddressManager[10687] NSApplication.m:304
Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend
libgnustep-cairo
AddressManager: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException,
reason: NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in
initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend libgnustep-cairo

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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Philippe Roussel
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Le 23/07/2012 06:35, Csanyi Pal a écrit :

> Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:
>>> defaults read NSGlobalDomain
>>> NSGlobalDomain NSUserFixedPitchFont Arial
>>> NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-art
>>
>> Please try 'default write NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-cairo' and
>> if it doesn't work 'default delete NSGlobalDomain GSBackend'
>
> I run:
> defaults write NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-cairo
>
> and after that try to run Gorm:
> Gorm
> 2012-07-23 06:29:20.022 Gorm[8643] Did not find correct version of
> backend (libgnustep-cairo-023.bundle), falling back to std
> (libgnustep-cairo.bundle).
> 2012-07-23 06:29:20.024 Gorm[8643] NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed
> in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend libgnustep-cairo
> Gorm: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException, reason:
> NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.
> Unable to find backend libgnustep-cairo
>
> So I run:
> defaults delete NSGlobalDomain GSBackend
>
> and after that I can start Gorm. :)
>
> But then I can't start ProjectCenter:
> ProjectCenter
> 2012-07-23 06:34:03.063 ProjectCenter[8674] Did not find correct version
> of backend (libgnustep-cairo-020.bundle), falling back to std
> (libgnustep-cairo.bundle).
> 2012-07-23 06:34:03.064 ProjectCenter[8674] NSApplication.m:304
> Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend
> libgnustep-cairo
> ProjectCenter: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException,
> reason: NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in
> initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend libgnustep-cairo

ProjectCenter doesn't come from my packages and needs old librairies.
Did you installed it from sources or is it a debian package that wasn't
deleted ?

Philippe



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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Csanyi Pal
Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:

> Le 23/07/2012 06:35, Csanyi Pal a écrit :
>> Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:
>>>> defaults read NSGlobalDomain
>>>> NSGlobalDomain NSUserFixedPitchFont Arial
>>>> NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-art
>>>
>>> Please try 'default write NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-cairo' and
>>> if it doesn't work 'default delete NSGlobalDomain GSBackend'
>>
>> I run:
>> defaults write NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-cairo
>>
>> and after that try to run Gorm:
>> Gorm
>> 2012-07-23 06:29:20.022 Gorm[8643] Did not find correct version of
>> backend (libgnustep-cairo-023.bundle), falling back to std
>> (libgnustep-cairo.bundle).
>> 2012-07-23 06:29:20.024 Gorm[8643] NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed
>> in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend libgnustep-cairo
>> Gorm: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException, reason:
>> NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.
>> Unable to find backend libgnustep-cairo
>>
>> So I run:
>> defaults delete NSGlobalDomain GSBackend
>>
>> and after that I can start Gorm. :)
>>
>> But then I can't start ProjectCenter:
>> ProjectCenter
>> 2012-07-23 06:34:03.063 ProjectCenter[8674] Did not find correct version
>> of backend (libgnustep-cairo-020.bundle), falling back to std
>> (libgnustep-cairo.bundle).
>> 2012-07-23 06:34:03.064 ProjectCenter[8674] NSApplication.m:304
>> Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend
>> libgnustep-cairo
>> ProjectCenter: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException,
>> reason: NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in
>> initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend libgnustep-cairo
>
> ProjectCenter doesn't come from my packages and needs old librairies.
> Did you installed it from sources or is it a debian package that wasn't
> deleted ?

It is a debian package that wasn't deleted.

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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Philippe Roussel
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On Sun, Jul 22, 2012 at 08:49:23PM +0200, Philippe Roussel wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Now that I have a somewhat automated build process it would be nice to
> have some feedback on the result.
>
> I tried to use libobjc2, and did a preliminary debianization, but ran
> into linking errors when using gcc 4.7 and didn't investigate much. If
> someone is successfully using libojc2 with gcc 4.7 I would appreciate
> any help.
>
> This time I built packages for precise and wheezy, for both i386 and amd64.
> The packages list looks like :
>  * gnustep-{make,base,gui,back} and related dev packages
>  * addressmanager
>  * agenda
>  * cynthiune (didn't build for some configs)
>  * easydiff
>  * edenmath
>  * gnumail
>  * gorm
>  * gworkspace
>  * gnustep-examples
>  * laternamagica
>  * lusernet
>  * notebook
>  * poe
>  * terminal
>  * textedit
>  * systempreferences
>  * vindaloo (with iconkit and popplerkit from Etoile)
>  * waiho
>  * renaissance
>  * zipper
>  * helpviewer

You can add

 * projectcenter to the list
 
Thanks for the feedback so far.

Cheers,
Philippe
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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Csanyi Pal
Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:

> On Sun, Jul 22, 2012 at 08:49:23PM +0200, Philippe Roussel wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> Now that I have a somewhat automated build process it would be nice to
>> have some feedback on the result.
>>
>> I tried to use libobjc2, and did a preliminary debianization, but ran
>> into linking errors when using gcc 4.7 and didn't investigate much. If
>> someone is successfully using libojc2 with gcc 4.7 I would appreciate
>> any help.
>>
>> This time I built packages for precise and wheezy, for both i386 and amd64.
>> The packages list looks like :
>>  * gnustep-{make,base,gui,back} and related dev packages
>>  * addressmanager
>>  * agenda
>>  * cynthiune (didn't build for some configs)
>>  * easydiff
>>  * edenmath
>>  * gnumail
>>  * gorm
>>  * gworkspace
>>  * gnustep-examples
>>  * laternamagica
>>  * lusernet
>>  * notebook
>>  * poe
>>  * terminal
>>  * textedit
>>  * systempreferences
>>  * vindaloo (with iconkit and popplerkit from Etoile)
>>  * waiho
>>  * renaissance
>>  * zipper
>>  * helpviewer
>
> You can add
>
>  * projectcenter to the list

I see there is now the projectcenter.app too so I did:
sudo aptitude update
sudo aptitude safe-upgrade

--------------
Resolving dependencies...                
The following packages will be REMOVED:
  gnustep-back0.20{u} gnustep-back0.20-art{u} libgnustep-base1.22{u}
  libgnustep-gui0.20{u}
The following packages will be upgraded:
  linux-headers-3.2.0-3-amd64 linux-headers-3.2.0-3-common
  linux-image-3.2.0-3-amd64  linux-libc-dev projectcenter.app
5 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 4 to remove and 5 not upgraded.
Need to get 28.9 MB of archives. After unpacking 3850 kB will be freed.
Do you want to continue? [Y/n/?]
WARNING: untrusted versions of the following packages will be installed!

Untrusted packages could compromise your system's security.
You should only proceed with the installation if you are certain that
this is what you want to do.

  projectcenter.app

Do you want to ignore this warning and proceed anyway?
To continue, enter "Yes"; to abort, enter "No":
---------------

Now what can do to get rid of this message about untrusted packages?


> Thanks for the feedback so far.

Not at all. You'r welcome.

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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Gerold Rupprecht
Hi,

This seems to be due to a missing GPG signing key.

From the "Debian Administrator's Handbook, Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas, 1212, ISBN: 979-10-91414-00-5 (paperback)
ISBN: 979-10-91414-01-2 (ebook)
http://debian-handbook.info/

see page 120

When a third-party package source is added to the sources.list file, APT
needs to be told about the corresponding GPG trusted key (otherwise it will keep complaining that it can't ensure the authenticity of the packages coming from that repository). The first step is of course to get the public key. More oen than not, the key will be provided as a small text file, which we'll call key.asc in the following examples.
To add the key to the trusted keyring, the administrator can run apt-key a dd < key.asc. Another way is to use the synaptic graphical interface: its “Authentication” tab in the Seings → Repositories menu gives the possibility
of importing a key from the key.asc file.
For people who would want a dedicated application and more details on the trusted keys, it is possible to use gui-apt-key (in the package of the same name), a small graphical user interface which manages the trusted keyring.

Disclaimer: I worked on proofreading this book - hope you like it!

Thanks for your efforts,

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On lun, 2012-07-23 at 17:19 +0200, Csanyi Pal wrote:
Philippe Roussel <[hidden email]> writes:

> On Sun, Jul 22, 2012 at 08:49:23PM +0200, Philippe Roussel wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> 
>> Now that I have a somewhat automated build process it would be nice to
>> have some feedback on the result.
>> 
>> I tried to use libobjc2, and did a preliminary debianization, but ran
>> into linking errors when using gcc 4.7 and didn't investigate much. If
>> someone is successfully using libojc2 with gcc 4.7 I would appreciate
>> any help.
>> 
>> This time I built packages for precise and wheezy, for both i386 and amd64.
>> The packages list looks like :
>>  * gnustep-{make,base,gui,back} and related dev packages
>>  * addressmanager
>>  * agenda
>>  * cynthiune (didn't build for some configs)
>>  * easydiff
>>  * edenmath
>>  * gnumail
>>  * gorm
>>  * gworkspace
>>  * gnustep-examples
>>  * laternamagica
>>  * lusernet
>>  * notebook
>>  * poe
>>  * terminal
>>  * textedit
>>  * systempreferences
>>  * vindaloo (with iconkit and popplerkit from Etoile)
>>  * waiho
>>  * renaissance
>>  * zipper
>>  * helpviewer
>
> You can add
>
>  * projectcenter to the list

I see there is now the projectcenter.app too so I did:
sudo aptitude update
sudo aptitude safe-upgrade

--------------
Resolving dependencies...                
The following packages will be REMOVED:
  gnustep-back0.20{u} gnustep-back0.20-art{u} libgnustep-base1.22{u} 
  libgnustep-gui0.20{u} 
The following packages will be upgraded:
  linux-headers-3.2.0-3-amd64 linux-headers-3.2.0-3-common
  linux-image-3.2.0-3-amd64  linux-libc-dev projectcenter.app 
5 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 4 to remove and 5 not upgraded.
Need to get 28.9 MB of archives. After unpacking 3850 kB will be freed.
Do you want to continue? [Y/n/?] 
WARNING: untrusted versions of the following packages will be installed!

Untrusted packages could compromise your system's security.
You should only proceed with the installation if you are certain that
this is what you want to do.

  projectcenter.app 

Do you want to ignore this warning and proceed anyway?
To continue, enter "Yes"; to abort, enter "No":
---------------

Now what can do to get rid of this message about untrusted packages?


> Thanks for the feedback so far.

Not at all. You'r welcome.


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Re: Debian and Ubuntu packages

Philippe Roussel
In reply to this post by Csanyi Pal
On Mon, Jul 23, 2012 at 05:19:25PM +0200, Csanyi Pal wrote:

[snip]

> Resolving dependencies...                
> The following packages will be REMOVED:
>   gnustep-back0.20{u} gnustep-back0.20-art{u} libgnustep-base1.22{u}
>   libgnustep-gui0.20{u}
> The following packages will be upgraded:
>   linux-headers-3.2.0-3-amd64 linux-headers-3.2.0-3-common
>   linux-image-3.2.0-3-amd64  linux-libc-dev projectcenter.app
> 5 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 4 to remove and 5 not upgraded.
> Need to get 28.9 MB of archives. After unpacking 3850 kB will be freed.
> Do you want to continue? [Y/n/?]
> WARNING: untrusted versions of the following packages will be installed!
>
> Untrusted packages could compromise your system's security.
> You should only proceed with the installation if you are certain that
> this is what you want to do.
>
>   projectcenter.app
>
> Do you want to ignore this warning and proceed anyway?
> To continue, enter "Yes"; to abort, enter "No":
> ---------------
>
> Now what can do to get rid of this message about untrusted packages?

You can add --allow-unauthenticated to apt-get or --allow-untrusted to
aptitude. Take a look at the apt-get manpage.

Or I could start signing the release and publish mu public key. I
might do that in the future.

Thanks,
Pḧilippe
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