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wine build queue not advancing?

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dingo35 Mardi 15 September 2020 à 11:36
dingo35Anonymous

I am trying to get more software migrated, but I notice I need some patches that are in wine-staging, e.g. linux-x86 wine5.15-staging or later. But when I go to https://www.playonlinux.com/wine/ the progress bar is at 14% for some days now. Is the server hanging or is that page not really a real-time picture? How would I get a new request in the queue, like wine5.16-staging for linux-x86, or does that go automatically with every new wine release (5.17 now I believe?).

Thank you!

H all!

I am trying to get more software migrated, but I notice I need some patches that are in wine-staging, e.g. linux-x86 wine5.15-staging or later. But when I go to https://www.playonlinux.com/wine/ the progress bar is at 14% for some days now. Is the server hanging or is that page not really a real-time picture? How would I get a new request in the queue, like wine5.16-staging for linux-x86, or does that go automatically with every new wine release (5.17 now I believe?).

Thank you!

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Dadu042 Mardi 15 September 2020 à 19:09
Dadu042
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It is because the 'server is hanging' (precisely: the building is hanging).

 

I think it's because the web admin (Tinou) is over busy, he has not the time to fix every Wine version build for POL/POM.

dingo35 Mercredi 16 September 2020 à 9:37
dingo35Anonymous

Anything I can do to help? I have experience compiling wine and I have run cross-compile servers for open-source projects some years ago...

Dadu042 Mercredi 16 September 2020 à 14:15
Dadu042
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Cool, you may look at : https://github.com/PhoenicisOrg/phoenicis-winebuild

and the debug logs: https://www.playonlinux.com/wine/logs/

dingo35 Jeudi 17 September 2020 à 16:02
dingo35Anonymous

Ok I installed the building environment and did some tests:

1) linux-x86-5.16-staging and linux-x86-5.17 compile fine on my machine, so I don't see why the buildserver doesn't build them. I can upload them to some place as some workaround so they are made available to the playonlinux users? Or perhaps someone can make the "request compile" or other queue managing stuff of the buildserver available, whatever is easiest for you guys...

 

2) linux-x86-5.17-staging gives an error in the building environment, but if I build it by hand it all compiles fine. I'll try to find out what is going wrong in the building environment.

 

3) all the darwin stuff is going wrong with 404 page not found errors. I am not sure whether this is a problem of the building environment, or that it is because I am running all this stuff on amd64-linux. Cross-compiling should work, but doesn't.

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dingo35 Jeudi 17 September 2020 à 16:16
dingo35Anonymous

Ok found the problem with the Darwin stuff is I don't have the right SDK, it is behind an "Apple ID" wall, and I don't have that.

The problem with 5.17-staging is that the function renameat2 is missing, this is probably because an outdated kernel and/or glibc in the building environment:

renameat2() was added to Linux in kernel 3.15; library support was
       added in glibc 2.28.

Edité par dingo35