antiX-21/22 to antiX-23

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  • #116704
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    xanthian

      Thanks to everybody for your really kind attention!
      I eventually decided that the issue is too complicated for me, so that I just installed antix-23 live on my all-round stick. It only took a couple of hours to install apps and settings that were critical for me.
      I believe that sometime a clear method to resolve DNS issues will be necessary.
      I think that the forum subject that I raised a couple of days ago is not really useful, as all useful information are here, so that it can be deleted.
      Thank you!

      #117150
      Member
      Kempelen

        Hi guys,

        Thanks for all the above – I’ve run this today on my PC and my Laptop. Thanks to everyone who worked on this new version!

        I’m very happy to see LibreWolf is added. Also some other software is newer here, that I was hoping to get an upgrade for, excellent!

        My Hungarian translations didn’t fully make it to the release, that’s sad after so much work. The menu originally was very badly translated, and my main reason to do a full Hungarian translation was because the menu was so bad. Maybe it gets to antiX24 then…(I alerted about the problem after beta2 and beta3 too in corresponding announcement forum).. well, not the most important feature, I know. 😉

        (zzzFM got my new translations, this is excellent! (or the upgrade kept my local “.mo” file, I hope that’s not the case 😉 ), And probably many more software is now fully OK in Hungarian.

        My little laptop running antiX22 32bits ended up without X11 – but I’ll get back to that later. Maybe I’ll simply do a clean install there, it has a separated /home, and there is no other OS on that one. (And there is yet another similar laptop in the family for upgrade later (or better reinstall maybe).)

        My PC is better: running antiX 22 64bits. No problems with the antiX23 upgrade, I’m writing from that one.

        The upgrade ended up with this message on BOTH: (Is “BlockQuote” the right way to insert such code here??)

        Processing triggers for dbus (1.14.8-2.0nosystemd1) …
        Processing triggers for libgdk-pixbuf-2.0-0:i386 (2.42.10+dfsg-1+b1) …
        Processing triggers for wine (8.0~repack-4) …
        Available xsessions have changed
        Updating Slimski /etc/slimski.local.conf
        desktop-session-update-wm-menus: Writing file: /usr/share/desktop-session/wm-menus/fluxbox-wm-menu
        desktop-session-update-wm-menus: Writing file: /usr/share/desktop-session/wm-menus/icewm-wm-menu
        desktop-session-update-wm-menus: Writing file: /usr/share/desktop-session/wm-menus/jwm-wm-menu
        desktop-session-update-wm-menus: Writing file: /usr/share/desktop-session/wm-menus/RAW-wm-menu

        (desktop-menu:4464): Gtk-CRITICAL **: 20:49:35.890: gtk_icon_theme_get_for_screen: assertion ‘GDK_IS_SCREEN (screen)’ failed
        Writing Menu: icewm
        Traceback (most recent call last):
        File “/usr/local/bin/desktop-menu”, line 477, in <module>
        build_menu()
        File “/usr/local/bin/desktop-menu”, line 313, in build_menu
        process_menu(menu)
        File “/usr/local/bin/desktop-menu”, line 219, in process_menu
        icon = find_icon(entry) or default_folder_icon
        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
        File “/usr/local/bin/desktop-menu”, line 148, in find_icon
        if icon_theme.lookup_icon(appicon, icon_size, 0) and not no_gtk:
        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
        AttributeError: ‘NoneType’ object has no attribute ‘lookup_icon’
        root@star:/etc/apt/sources.list.d#

        Probably this was at the end, because apt -f install didn’t find more packages to do, even after reboot.

        In RoxTerm I started seeing bad unicode errors in VIM – I had the same problem on another antiX somewhere. What’s the good solution to that? This makes VIM unusable, because I don’t see what’s overwritten by those character code errors. Image attached – that is after “vim newfile.txt” (empty file, but happens on all files). Any ideas?

        And I cannot yet solve the previously mentioned GPG key problem. Based on above ideas, I ran “antiX repo manager”, saved a different mirror, then apt update, same error. Then selected the HU mirror again, apt update, same error. I didn’t try “debian repo manager” (mentioned above by Brian) because I don’t know where to find that.

        Says the signatures cannot be checked because the public key is not available:

        GPG hiba: http://quantum-mirror.hu/mirrors/pub/mx-linux/packages/antix/bookworm bookworm InRelease: Az alábbi aláírások nem ellenőrizhetők, mert a nyilvános kulcs nem érhető el: NO_PUBKEY DB36CDF3452F0C20

        Thanks in advance for any ideas. I’m very happy that I have no big errors on my main PC. 😉

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        #117329
        Member
        Kempelen

          Small updates to my previous post. 🙂

          The repo GPG issue can be resolved by editing /etc/apt/sources.list.d/antix.list and by modify the [signed-by=/etc/apt/keyrings/antix-archive-keyring.gpg] part to [signed-by=/etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/antix-archive-keyring.gpg] (or by removing this part, but I’m not sure if that’s the same result).

          On my 32bits Laptop I fixed everything by a fresh reinstall, and keeping my old /home partition. Worked like charm. It would still be interesting to see why that above displayed error ended the apt based upgrade on both.

          On same 32bits laptop, the volumeicon does not start if Pipewire is OFF (this was the default). It shows this if I try to start it, and in this case the Hardware volume keys also do not work:

          $ volumeicon
          volumeicon: alsa_backend.c:86: asound_get_volume: Assertion `m_elem != NULL’ failed.
          $ alsamixer
          cannot open mixer: A gép nem működik

          (“A gép nem működik” means: “The machine does not work”.)

          (Volumeicon works OK with Pipewire ON! So it’s OK for me, I’m just mentioning this FYI.)

          SMPlayer was not installed by default (32 bits full release), while this is the default player in SMTube, so videos didn’t play by default and there was no error message.

          Watching videos on Odysee or Invidious in Firefox-ESR results in crash. (Invidious: full crash, Odysee: tab crash). I reported both to FF with their crash reporter. This is both with Pipewire On AND Off. (SMPlayer is OK, so this is not important, just mentioning FYI.)

          I still would like to get ideas for that VI/Terminal/Unicode-chars problem. This appears with both “vim-tiny” and “vim-gtk3”, and both that 32bits Laptop and my 64bits PC. (Pictured in previous post.)

          Thanks in advance. 😉

          #117974
          Moderator
          Brian Masinick

            Thanks @Kempelen!

            @marcelocripe since you did such a good job working with translators and contributing many
            translations yourself, would you help antiX yet again and keep track of this matter and
            any others that have arisen regarding translation, and present a list of translations
            that need to be performed and updated?

            Whoever has been participating in the work can then make sure that they are appropriately
            updated in our GIT development repository so that the next time packages are updated,
            corrections like this can be included.

            It’s attention to details like this that keep things running well; I know that you,
            Wallon, PPC and a few others have done a great job with this; keep up the good work!

            --
            Brian Masinick

            #121353
            Member
            kirara

              For me those upgrade instructions did the trick.

              Reading package lists... Done
              Building dependency tree... Done
              Reading state information... Done
              The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
                insserv startpar
              Use 'apt autoremove' to remove them.
              The following additional packages will be installed:
                binutils binutils-common binutils-x86-64-linux-gnu libbinutils libc-bin libc-dev-bin libc-l10n libc6 libc6-dev libctf-nobfd0 libctf0 libgprofng0
                libjansson4 libzstd1 locales rpcsvc-proto
              Suggested packages:
                binutils-doc glibc-doc libnss-nis libnss-nisplus manpages-dev
              Recommended packages:
                manpages-dev libc-devtools
              The following packages will be REMOVED:
                lsb-base
              The following NEW packages will be installed:
                libgprofng0 rpcsvc-proto
              The following packages will be upgraded:
                binutils binutils-common binutils-x86-64-linux-gnu libbinutils libc-bin libc-dev-bin libc-l10n libc6 libc6-dev libctf-nobfd0 libctf0 libjansson4 libzstd1
                locales sysvinit-utils-antix
              15 upgraded, 2 newly installed, 1 to remove and 1545 not upgraded.
              Need to get 13.4 MB/16.7 MB of archives.
              After this operation, 3200 kB of additional disk space will be used.
              Do you want to continue? [Y/n] y
              Get:1 http://security.debian.org bookworm-security/main amd64 libc6 amd64 2.36-9+deb12u3 [2755 kB]
              Get:2 http://ftp.be.debian.org/debian bookworm/main amd64 libgprofng0 amd64 2.40-2 [812 kB]
              Get:3 http://ftp.be.debian.org/debian bookworm/main amd64 libjansson4 amd64 2.14-2 [40.8 kB]
              Get:4 http://ftp.be.debian.org/debian bookworm/main amd64 binutils-x86-64-linux-gnu amd64 2.40-2 [2246 kB]
              Get:5 http://security.debian.org bookworm-security/main amd64 libc-bin amd64 2.36-9+deb12u3 [606 kB]
              Get:6 http://security.debian.org bookworm-security/main amd64 locales all 2.36-9+deb12u3 [3904 kB]                                                           
              Get:7 http://ftp.be.debian.org/debian bookworm/main amd64 libbinutils amd64 2.40-2 [572 kB]                                                                  
              Get:8 http://ftp.be.debian.org/debian bookworm/main amd64 binutils-common amd64 2.40-2 [2487 kB]                                                             
              Fetched 11.0 MB in 22s (495 kB/s)                                                                                                                            
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              Checking for services that may need to be restarted...
              Checking init scripts...
              Restarting services possibly affected by the upgrade:
                ssh: restarting...done.
                cups: restarting...done.
                cron: restarting...done.
              Services restarted successfully.
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              dpkg: lsb-base: dependency problems, but removing anyway as you requested:
               x11-common depends on lsb-base (>= 1.3-9ubuntu2).
               wpasupplicant depends on lsb-base.
               winbind depends on lsb-base (>= 3.0-6).
               vnstat depends on lsb-base.
               ufw depends on lsb-base (>= 3.0-6).
               tlp depends on lsb-base.
               sysvinit-utils-antix depends on lsb-base (>= 11.0.0~).
               sudo depends on lsb-base.
               smartmontools depends on lsb-base (>= 3.2-14).
               samba depends on lsb-base (>= 4.1+Debian).
               rsync depends on lsb-base.
               rpcbind depends on lsb-base (>= 4.1+Debian3).
               procps depends on lsb-base (>= 3.0-10).
               openvpn depends on lsb-base (>= 3.0-6).
               openssh-server depends on lsb-base (>= 4.1+Debian3).
               ntp depends on lsb-base (>= 3.2-13).
               nfs-common depends on lsb-base (>= 1.3-9ubuntu3).
               lm-sensors depends on lsb-base (>= 3.2-13).
               kmod depends on lsb-base.
               ifupdown depends on lsb-base.
               hdparm depends on lsb-base.
               haveged depends on lsb-base (>= 3.2-14).
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               connman depends on lsb-base.
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               bluez depends on lsb-base.
               anacron depends on lsb-base (>= 3.0-10).
               alsa-utils depends on lsb-base (>= 3.0-9).
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               acpi-support depends on lsb-base (>= 1.3-9).
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              lsb-base and sysvinit having problems tho after the upgrade is done:

              Reading package lists... Done
              Building dependency tree... Done
              Reading state information... Done
              Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
              requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
              distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
              or been moved out of Incoming.
              The following information may help to resolve the situation:
              The following packages have unmet dependencies:
               lsb-base : Depends: sysvinit-utils (>= 3.05-4~)
              E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
              Reading package lists... Done
              Building dependency tree... Done
              Reading state information... Done
              Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
              requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
              distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
              or been moved out of Incoming.
              The following information may help to resolve the situation:
              The following packages have unmet dependencies:
               sysvinit-utils : Conflicts: lsb-base (< 11.3~)
                                Conflicts: lsb-base:i386 (< 11.3~)
               sysvinit-utils-antix : Conflicts: lsb-base (< 11.3~)
                                      Conflicts: lsb-base:i386 (< 11.3~)
                                      Breaks: sysvinit-utils
                                      Breaks: sysvinit-utils:i386
              E: Error, pkgProblemResolver::Resolve generated breaks, this may be caused by held packages.
              

              Any way to fix these?

              I want sysvinit back.

              #121356
              Forum Admin
              anticapitalista

                sysvinit-utils-antix is used by runit versions of antiX
                sysvinit-utils is used by sysVinit versions of antiX

                Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways; the point is to change it.

                antiX with runit - leaner and meaner.

                #121363
                Member
                kirara

                  Ok so it was sysvinit version I upgraded from :/ I want sysvinit again please don’t tell me I have to reinstall from scrath.

                  #121364
                  Forum Admin
                  anticapitalista

                    Try

                    apt purge sysvinit-utils-antix

                    Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways; the point is to change it.

                    antiX with runit - leaner and meaner.

                    #121365
                    Member
                    PPC

                      @kirara – if you updated manually to antiX 23 (something I never risked doing), you also have to try to read between the lines… From what anticapitalista said, I understand that you can’t have both packages that he mentioned. Since you are using sysvinit, you have to uninstall the package sysvinit-utils-antix, meant for runit.

                      EDIT: anticapitalista types faster than me 🙂

                      P.

                      • This reply was modified 8 months ago by PPC.
                      #121367
                      Member
                      marcelocripe

                        @marcelocripe since you did such a good job working with translators and contributing many
                        translations yourself, would you help antiX yet again and keep track of this matter and
                        any others that have arisen regarding translation, and present a list of translations
                        that need to be performed and updated?

                        The answer is simple, but it requires a lot of work and methodology from the official antiX and MX Linux packagers.

                        My suggestions are:
                        1 – Whenever you update a “.deb” package, you must collect the “.po” and “.ts” files from Transifex.
                        2 – Check whether or not the “.desktop” files have the entries Name[de]=, Name[fr]=, Name[fr_BE]=, Name[it]=, Name[pt_BR]= (for my language always there must be the text in “pt_BR” followed by the original name of the program at the end of the sentence in 90% of cases), for the “hu” language, at least “GenericName[hu]=” and “Comment[hu]=” should be in the “.desktop” files. If at least these five languages do not exist, then it means that our team of translators did not have contact with the respective “.desktop” file and the need for translation needs to be disclosed in this forum. (We will be very happy to add our translations).

                        Several Transifex resources or translations were not collected and uploaded to the respective programs’ GitLab, which is why Kempelen did not receive their translations in the antiX 23 ISO.

                        When a “.deb” package does not have the latest translation “.mo” or “.qm” file, we do not receive the translations we do in Transifex.

                        To date, it has not been updated in the “.deb” package of the most recent translations I made. As there are no comments in the “.pot” files to guide translators where a phrase or word will be used in the graphical interface (we translate completely blindly), the correction or improvement process is continuous, so we need it to be collected from the Transifex always has the latest translations.

                        For example, we (the antiX community) own the translations of several “.desktop” files, but the developers refuse to receive the translations:

                        https://github.com/TASEmulators/desmume/issues/570
                        https://forums.desmume.org/viewtopic.php?id=12120
                        https://github.com/mpv-player/mpv/pull/10627
                        https://github.com/celluloid-player/celluloid/issues/803
                        https://github.com/fullstory-morgue/ceni/pull/1
                        https://l10n.gnome.org/vertimus/gparted/master/po/pt_BR/

                        I’ve tried several times to make a merge request for Searchmonkey https://salsa.debian.org/debian/searchmonkey/-/merge_requests, but they don’t approve any of my requests. The developer also doesn’t respond to my emails where I ask him to accept our translations.

                        So we have two scenarios, antiX and MX’s Transifex being underutilized and programs where developers refuse to receive translations.

                        – – – – –

                        @marcelocripe since you did such a good job working with translators and contributing many
                        translations yourself, would you help antiX yet again and keep track of this matter and
                        any others that have arisen regarding translation, and present a list of translations
                        that need to be performed and updated?

                        A resposta é simples, mas requer muito trabalho e metodologia dos empacotadores oficiais do antiX e do MX Linux.

                        As minhas sugestões são:
                        1 – Sempre que for atualizar um pacote “.deb”, deve-se colher os arquivos “.po” e “.ts” do Transifex.
                        2 – Verifique se os arquivos “.desktop” possuem ou não as entradas Name[de]=, Name[fr]=, Name[fr_BE]=, Name[it]=, Name[pt_BR]= (para o meu idioma sempre terá que existir o texto em “pt_BR” seguido do nome original do programa no final da frase em 90% dos casos), para o idioma “hu”, ao menos “GenericName[hu]=” e “Comment[hu]=” deve ter nos arquivos “.desktop”. Se não existir ao menos estes cinco idiomas, então significa que a nossa equipe de tradutores não teve contato com o respectivo arquivo “.desktop” e precisa ser divulgado neste fórum a necessidade da tradução. (Nós ficaremos muito contentes em adicionar as nossas traduções).

                        Diversos recursos ou traduções do Transifex não foram coletados e enviados para o GitLab dos respectivos programas, e é por isso que o Kempelen não recebeu as suas traduções na ISO do antiX 23.

                        Quando um pacote “.deb” não possui o arquivo “.mo” ou “.qm” da tradução mais recente, não recebemos as traduções que fazemos no Transifex.

                        Até o presente momento não foi atualizado no pacote “.deb” das traduções mais recentes que eu fiz. Como não há os comentários nos arquivos “.pot” para orientar os tradutores onde uma frase ou uma palavra será utilizada na interface gráfica (traduzimos totalmente às cegas), o processo de correção ou melhoria é contínuo, por isso, precisamos que seja colhido do Transifex sempre as traduções mais recentes.

                        Por exemplo, nós (a comunidade do antiX) possuímos as traduções de vários arquivos “.desktop”, mas os desenvolvedores se recusam a receber as traduções:

                        (Os URLs estão no texto em Inglês)

                        Eu já tentei várias vezes fazer a solicitação de mesclagem para o Searchmonkey (O URL está no texto em Inglês), mas não aprovam nenhum dos meus pedidos. O desenvolvedor também não responde aos meus e-mails onde eu peço para ele aceitar as nossas traduções.

                        Então nós temos dois cenários, o Transifex do antiX e do MX que está sendo subutilizado e os programas onde os desenvolvedores se recusam a receber as traduções.

                        #121476
                        Member
                        kirara

                          Doesn’t allow me to do it:

                          The following additional packages will be installed:
                            bootlogd initscripts sysv-rc sysvinit-core sysvinit-utils
                          Recommended packages:
                            orphan-sysvinit-scripts
                          The following packages will be REMOVED:
                            acpi-support* acpi-support-base* acpid* anacron* cmst* connman* console-common* dnsmasq* gpm* haveged* hdparm* lm-sensors* ntp* ntpsec*
                            openssh-server* runit-core-services-antix* runit-init-antix* smartmontools* sysvinit-utils-antix* tlp*
                          The following NEW packages will be installed:
                            initscripts sysv-rc sysvinit-core sysvinit-utils
                          The following packages will be upgraded:
                            bootlogd
                          WARNING: The following essential packages will be removed.
                          This should NOT be done unless you know exactly what you are doing!
                            sysvinit-utils-antix
                          1 upgraded, 4 newly installed, 20 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
                          Need to get 376 kB of archives.
                          After this operation, 13.0 MB disk space will be freed.
                          E: Removing essential system-critical packages is not permitted. This might break the system.

                          Then just quits.

                          #121480
                          Member
                          PPC

                            First note: anticapitalista’s how to advised to backup your files. I assume you did that. It’s probably better to just install antiX 23 from scratch and restore your backed up files.
                            Second note: you can force remove essential packages using the “–allow-remove-essential” flag. Since you did not know that already, I assume you don’t have the technical skills to solve the problems that doing this may cause. Once again, it’s better to just install antiX 23 from scratch. You can, of course still try to do this, but then again you are not learning how to “build” or “manually update” Linux… you are just asking for help, since it seems have no idea of what you are doing… I do have a general idea of what you are doing, I’ve been using Linux for about 20 years, and antiX for about 7, and I know my way around the terminal, config files and internet search engines, and I still never tried what you are trying to do… It’s probably much faster and safer to just install antiX 23 from a .iso and solve all your problems.

                            P.

                            #121484
                            Member
                            stevesr0

                              Hi kirara,

                              Simple (dumb noobie) question. Is your system working?

                              stevesr0

                              #121488
                              Member
                              iznit

                                kirara, you can use the “allow-remove-essential” option in order to override the “Removing essential system-critical packages is not permitted” safety check.

                                Also, can (((and probably should))) first perform a dry-run of the intended operation, by using the “simulate” option

                                
                                apt-get --simulate --allow-remove-essential purge sysvinit-utils-antix

                                If the above indicates that it will succeed, then you may remove the simulate option to perform the actual operation

                                
                                apt-get --allow-remove-essential purge sysvinit-utils-antix

                                Even though the sysvinit-utils-antix package is marked “Replaces: sysvinit-utils”…..

                                
                                Package: sysvinit-utils-antix
                                Priority: required
                                Essential: yes
                                Architecture: any
                                Multi-Arch: foreign
                                Depends:
                                 lsb-base (>= 11.0.0~),
                                 ${misc:Depends},
                                 ${shlibs:Depends},
                                Replaces: sysvinit-utils
                                Breaks: sysvinit-utils
                                Description: System-V-like utilities
                                  This package contains the important System-V-like utilities.

                                …..I do not know whether the purge operation will automatically trigger installation of the “sysvinit-utils” package (((immediately following the purge, you may need to manually install sysvinit-utils))). Maybe you should post here the output of “simulate” operation, then wait for anticapitalista to inspect it and instruct whether to proceed.

                                #121504
                                Moderator
                                Brian Masinick

                                  Just a reminder of what anticapitalista told us:

                                  “sysvinit-utils-antix is used by runit versions of antiX
                                  sysvinit-utils is used by sysVinit versions of antiX”

                                  They are mutually exclusive; that is, the one with the -antix suffix is ONLY for use with runit versions and the version without -antix is ONLY for use with sysVinit versions; just emphasizing it again in case anyone missed it.

                                  --
                                  Brian Masinick

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