Friday, 2023-05-26

poetasterOBS blocked? downloading 2 dod packages10:12
poetastermal, can you tell me who to adress with obs issues? lbt?10:17
malpoetaster: which project has the issue?11:11
malfound it11:11
malpoetaster: lbt or Keto, I pinged already internally about the issue11:15
poetastermal, thanks!11:20
Ketopoetaster: it's building now12:48
poetasterKeto, thank you!12:52
poetasterrinigus: last hurdle, kaidan:
riniguspoetaster: geoclue plugin is a separate package14:54
riniguspoetaster: look at . you are missing one requirement (libQXmppQt5). it has to be replaced by a package14:58
rinigusyou can fix it in chum testing14:59
piggz[m]rinigus: with community encryption, is it possible to have home in a loop mount, even if users chooses no?17:43
riniguspiggz: if user chooses no then it stays away from changing fs. so, it is not expected that user would like to have /home in loop mount in this case17:45
rinigusI struggle to figure out what would be advantage of such approach17:46
rinigus... as to having home in loop mount without any other advantage17:46
piggz[m]rinigus: on my volla 22/23 ports ... / is installed to a system partition of 8gb, leaving lots of space on /userdata ... if user chooses encruption, a 60gb loopmount is created in /userdata for home ... if user chooses no, they get what ever space is left on system17:48
piggz[m]id prefer home to be 60gb regardless17:48
riniguspiggz: can't you mount then userdata as /home?17:49
piggz[m]well, /userdata contains a lot of other stuff too17:50
piggz[m]is there a simple config for that?17:50
riniguspiggz: sfos related stuff or remains from something else?17:51
rinigusas for config... let me think17:51
piggz[m]androidy stuff .... the volla people like to have multi-boot setups, and the idea of a home loopmount makes it easy to allocate fixed space to a system17:53
piggz[m]but maybe just using the space on the drive will suffice17:53
riniguspiggz: looked through sources for community encryption. if you define userdata as a device in devices.ini, it will be formatted if user will select not to have encryption. so, by setting device=/dev/whatever-it-is-userdata you would get either fully encrypted partition or partition with ext4. but then you will loose that androidy stuff18:07
riniguscorresponding code:
rinigussee there and below for generation of systemd mount units as well18:07
piggz[m]rinigus: i think in a multi-boot config where there is also android, loosing userdata completely would be bad18:08
riniguspiggz: indeed, probably not what you want :(18:08
riniguspiggz: I wonder whether good old symlink would work? something like in your / having /home/defaultuser -> /dev/userdata/defaultuser?18:10

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