#archlinux32 | Logs for 2024-01-02

[00:24:31] <mavica> dosbox-staging built and ... it SIGILLs, lol
[00:24:53] <mavica> somewhere in libsdl2
[00:40:30] <KillerWasp> mavica: why dosbox need qt? only use sdl!
[00:40:45] <mavica> dosbox needs munt needs qt
[00:41:08] <KillerWasp> no. it's bad.
[00:41:19] <mavica> ok
[00:41:47] <mavica> i'll let #dosbox know :')
[00:41:48] <KillerWasp> mavica: you're complie from source or from aur?
[00:41:52] <mavica> aur
[00:42:05] <KillerWasp> forget of aur, try the source
[00:42:50] <mavica> the problem is arch32's sdl2 package
[00:42:56] <mavica> rolling back to 2.26 works
[00:43:02] <mavica> the sigill is in libsdl2
[00:44:00] <KillerWasp> mavica: you know how to complie the source? like configure from make or cmake
[00:44:13] <mavica> i don't need to. dosbox is working now.
[00:44:25] <mavica> the fault was in arch32's libsdl2 2.28
[00:44:31] <mavica> rolling back to 2.26 fixed the sigill
[00:44:37] <KillerWasp> well, ok.
[00:44:38] <mavica> https://archive.archlinux32.org
[00:46:00] <KillerWasp> before in my side i remember turn off all except sdl, and turn on the monitor window, very useful.
[00:54:37] <KillerWasp> mavica: btw, you really don't need make a rollback, you can compile and install your own sdl2 library in a separate directory of your user account, and late can use LD_LIBRARY_PATH for run dosbox.
[00:58:00] <mavica> it also breaks retroarch
[00:58:07] <mavica> i don't think i have anything that uses sdl2 that has worked until now
[00:58:13] <mavica> i only didn't know it was libsdl2
[00:58:20] <mavica> that caused the sigill
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[11:35:41] <KitsuWhooa> For future reference, run it in gdb and it'll tell you
[11:35:57] <KitsuWhooa> But yes. Lots of packages are completely broken at the moment