recent port upgrades causing missing libraries

Jeremy Messenger mezz.freebsd at gmail.com
Tue Dec 11 16:21:16 UTC 2012


On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 9:45 AM, Bryan Drewery <bryan-lists at shatow.net> wrote:
> On 12/11/2012 9:03 AM, Adam McDougall wrote:
>> I used poudriere to build pkgng packages from the latest round
>> of port updates since the freeze.  I know in the commit message
>> for xcb-util it bumped some other ports, but it seems like not
>> enough to make poudriere reinstall enough packages to make things
>> work.
>
>
> Poudriere does the right thing here, it recompiles all affected ports.
>
> The pcre upgrade also caused some problems.  I'm sorry that
>> I don't have time to make an extensive report of ports vs. libraries
>> or a PR but I can add some brief details.  Using pkg install -fR
>> on xcb-util and pcre cured the issues for now, but that doesn't mean
>> I've caught them all.  pkg_libchk doesn't work with pkgng.  I could
>> have told pkg to reinstall all packages but that is a big hammer.
>
> The problem then comes here, pkgng doesn't automatically know that ports
> have been rebuilt (without PORTREVISION bumps) or that their checksums
> do not match, unless you use pkg install -fR on the proper packages.
>
> I've written a script that does the same as `portmaster -w`, which will
> preserve old libraries when running `pkg upgrade`, which will at least
> prevent a broken system while you use pkg_libchk to force reinstall
> affected packages:
>
> https://gist.github.com/3099160

I don't think the 'portmaster -w' will help with his issue. His issue
is pretty mess up, because his binaries below have been compiled with
old and new library at the same time. For some reason, it doesn't
uninstall (or move when use 'portmaster -w') old libraries first
before build with new libraries.

>>         Reinstalling libiconv-1.14
>>         Upgrading pcre: 8.31_1 -> 8.32
>>         Upgrading png: 1.5.12 -> 1.5.13
>>         Upgrading jpeg: 8_3 -> 8_4
>>         Upgrading xcb-util: 0.3.8,1 -> 0.3.9_1,1
>>         Upgrading glib: 2.28.8_4 -> 2.28.8_5
>>         Upgrading tiff: 4.0.2_1 -> 4.0.3
>>         Upgrading gobject-introspection: 0.10.8_2 -> 0.10.8_3
>>         Upgrading cairo: 1.10.2_4,2 -> 1.10.2_5,2
>>         Reinstalling ghostscript9-nox11-9.06_1
>>         Upgrading pciids: 20120906 -> 20121208
>>         Upgrading startup-notification: 0.12 -> 0.12_1
>>         Upgrading openldap-client: 2.4.33 -> 2.4.33_1
>>         Upgrading cups-client: 1.5.2_2 -> 1.5.4
>>         Upgrading postfix: 2.9.4,1 -> 2.9.4_2,1
>>         Upgrading binutils: 2.22_3 -> 2.23.1
>>         Upgrading javavmwrapper: 2.4_2 -> 2.4_3
>>         Upgrading xterm: 287 -> 287_1
>>         Upgrading Thunar: 1.4.0_2 -> 1.4.0_3
>>         Upgrading goffice: 0.8.17_2 -> 0.8.17_3
>>         Upgrading ImageMagick: 6.7.9.4 -> 6.8.0.7
>>         Upgrading wireshark: 1.8.3 -> 1.8.3_1
>>
>> Upgrading Thunar from 1.4.0_2 to 1.4.0_3...Shared object "libpcre.so.1" not found, required by "update-desktop-database"
>> Shared object "libpcre.so.1" not found, required by "update-desktop-database"
>>  done
>>
>> # pkg which `which update-desktop-database`
>> /usr/local/bin/update-desktop-database was installed by package desktop-file-utils-0.18
>>
>> Terminal:
>>         libpcre.so.1 => not found (0)
>>
>> exo-desktop-item-edit:
>>         libxcb-util.so.0 => not found (0)
>>         libpcre.so.1 => not found (0)
>>         libpcre.so.3 => /usr/local/lib/libpcre.so.3 (0x807942000)
>>
>> mousepad:
>>         libxcb-util.so.0 => not found (0)
>>         libxcb-util.so.1 => /usr/local/lib/libxcb-util.so.1 (0x807749000)
>>         libpcre.so.1 => not found (0)
>>         libpcre.so.3 => /usr/local/lib/libpcre.so.3 (0x80794e000)
>>
>> I think either more port version bumps are needed, or an entry in UPDATING.
>> The UPDATING entry for perl is still wrong, I discussed on a list that it
>> should not contain -x in the pkg command but it still does.  The -x will make
>> it install unwanted things.
>
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