Request: scanbd-nosystemd

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  • #1718
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    cpoakes
    cpoakes

    The scanbd package (scan button daemon) is dependent on libystemd0 (in stretch, not jessie). A quick glance at the sources show the package has a configure option to ignore/avoid systemd. The button on my multi-document scanner simpifies scanning large batches compared bouncing between the scanner and computer UI.

    Related Questions: If not prioritized by the dev team and I get around to building a package: 1) Is there a how to?, and 2) What is the appropriate way to submit it for inclusion in antiX nosystemd repos?

    #1720
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    anticapitalista
    anticapitalista

    I’ll see what I can do – give me some time

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    #1742
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    cpoakes
    cpoakes

    Appreciated, no rush.

    #1860
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    anticapitalista
    anticapitalista

    I added a nosystemd package to the repos. Can you test and see if it works.

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    #2563
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    cpoakes
    cpoakes

    Away from home now. Will test at end of November.

    #3396
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    cpoakes
    cpoakes

    Working correctly: installing the package does not require systemd; daemon grabs scanner button messages (with correct configuration). Thanks.

    #3455
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    jdmeaux1952
    jdmeaux1952

    Another satisfied customer, anti. Great job.

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