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Latest packages for LTS versions of Frameworks and Plasma

Plasma 5.8 and Frameworks 5.32.

Comments for KDE:Frameworks5:LTS (15)

Wolfgang Bauer wolfi323 wrote 9 months ago

Is building debuginfo packages disabled on purpose, or should we enable it?

Fabian Vogt Vogtinator wrote 9 months ago

I'm not aware of a reason. Just enabled it for all targets.

Nderitu Wachiuri Nderitu_Wachiuri wrote 5 months ago

The QT dependencies for KDE:Frameworks5:LTS Leap 42.1 are from KDE:Qt56 project which is unavailable for Leap 42.1. KDE:Qt56 is listed as INCOMPATIBLE. Is there a way to remedy this issue or use KDE:Qt57/KDE:Qt58 projects as both are available for openSUSE Leap 42.1.

Fabian Vogt Vogtinator wrote 5 months ago

KDE:Qt56 is available for Leap 42.1.

Nderitu Wachiuri Nderitu_Wachiuri wrote 5 months ago

When I click on "Add Repository" in my appliance and try searching for "KDE:Qt", it yeilds 3 repositories: KDE:Qt58 Leap_42.1, KDE:Qt55 Leap_42.1 and KDE:Qt57 Leap_42.1 only.

I then tried searching for "libqt5-creator" and it yeilded 6 repositories:debug leap 42.1, KDE:Qt58 Leap_42.1, KDE:Qt55 Leap_42.1, openSUSE Leap 42.1 OSS, KDE:Qt57 Leap_42.1, and openSUSE Leap 42.1 Updates only.

I try again this time, I click on, "Import new repository". Using the project name KDE:Qt56 or KDE:Qt56 Leap_42.1 to add the repository fails with no error message. Using "Add a repository via URL", http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/KDE:/Qt56/openSUSE_Leap_42.1/ also fails.

By default, "Exclude incompatible repositories" is enabled by default. I disable it and try to look for the repository again using "KDE:Qt" and this the repository is found but adding it with the above option disabled results in an error where the appliance/build is unable to retrieve the "Software Information". At that state one cannot proceed with his/her build as a result of the error.

This is why I stated that KDE:Qt56 was unavailable for openSUSE Leap 42.1 and listed under the Incompatible Repository.

Fabian Vogt Vogtinator wrote 5 months ago

That sounds like a bug in SUSE Studio. Anyway, you should use 42.2 for that.

Nderitu Wachiuri Nderitu_Wachiuri wrote 5 months ago

I reported the issue over at susestudio forum a day or 2 before posting the issue over here. I have not received a reply as of yet but I have beem adding a few details to aid in explaining the issue.

As of using 42.2, My current appliance based on Leap 42.1 is just about right after months of work. This issue is the only hurdle in my way. IF YOU CAN, PLEASE HELP IN RESOLVING THIS ISSUE.

Fabian Vogt Vogtinator wrote 5 months ago

I'm sorry, but I need more information about why suse studio considers the repository as invalid. I currently do not have any 42.1 installations where I could try the repo, if you do you could try to add it there.

Nderitu Wachiuri Nderitu_Wachiuri wrote 5 months ago

I have the added the appliance/build.

Nderitu Wachiuri Nderitu_Wachiuri wrote 5 months ago

It should appear on your home page ready for cloning.

Fabian Vogt Vogtinator wrote 5 months ago

I was able to add the repository using the URL just fine

Nderitu Wachiuri Nderitu_Wachiuri wrote 5 months ago

I'm sorry, but it is just not working for me. How did you go about it?

Fabian Vogt Vogtinator wrote 5 months ago

I clicked on "Add repositories" and entered a name + the URL. While the status pane on the left showed an error, the repo was still added successfully. Anyway, 42.1 is already EOL and does not receive any updates (not even security!) anymore.

Nderitu Wachiuri Nderitu_Wachiuri wrote 5 months ago

My account does not even provide me with a base template for 42.2 or an option to upgrade my appliance to 42.2. Could be there is something wrong with the account.

Nderitu Wachiuri Nderitu_Wachiuri wrote 5 months ago

I tried using: Repository name: KDE:Qt56 Leap_42.1 Location (URL): http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/KDE:/Qt56/openSUSE_Leap_42.1/

I haven't been able to add it to my appliance/build.