[packman] amarok 1.4 packet for opensuse 11.2
bazza at snafu.de
Fri Dec 4 13:58:08 CET 2009
thanks again for your efforts to bring amarok1.4 on opensuse 11.2! I
just wanted to let you know that the database connection to mysql works
flawless now. Bad news is that collection scanning won't work if amarok
2 is installed at the same time. Seems like the amarokcollectionscanner
does not work anymore because the one from amarok2 is first in path
(unfortunately both collection scanners have the exact same name), thus
amarok1.4 fails to update the collection. Can this be resolved somehow
in the amarok1.4 packet?
Am 24.11.2009 09:32, schrieb Sebastian Peters:
> Hi Pascal,
> thanks for looking into this! The /etc/my.cnf file on opensuse 11.2
> contains the following socket:
> # The following options will be passed to all MySQL clients
> #password = your_password
> port = 3306
> socket = /var/run/mysql/mysql.sock
> I just installed the kde3-amarok-packman package from the new
> kde3-packman repository. Please note that when selecting the
> meta-package i had to ignore a dependency for amarok-engine in order to
> install it.
> Am 24.11.2009 09:11, schrieb Pascal Bleser:
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>> On 11/23/2009 03:51 PM, Sebastian Peters wrote:
>>> can you please create amarok 1.4 packets for the newest opensuse
>>> version? the amarok 1.4 from opensuse kde backports repository fails to
>>> offer mysql connection :(
>> But I heard there might be a problem with the location of the MySQL
>> socket, that has changed on 11.2.
>> Unfortunately, I didn't have the time to install 11.2 anywhere yet.
>> Could you please let me know where the mysql.sock is on 11.2 ?
>> That way I can patch our kde3-amarok package.
>> - --
>> -o) Pascal Bleser http://linux01.gwdg.de/~pbleser/
>> /\\ <pascal.bleser at skynet.be> <guru at unixtech.be>
>> _\_v The more things change, the more they stay insane.
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