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23rd
Jun 2015
drunken-monkey
@drunken-monkey
Jun 23 2015 07:53
Hi, @slobo 's Arch Linux user here. It seems the problem was that I used a symlink in the path instead of an alias, which confused azk. Maybe that should/could be a note in the documentation?
Anyways, thanks for the help!
Gullit Miranda
@gullitmiranda
Jun 23 2015 10:05

Hello @drunken-monkey ,
Which version of azk you are using, it is from the master?
For this problem, after make clean; make work?

Another thing, it was possible to install libnss-resolver and use azk smoothly on Arch Linux?

drunken-monkey
@drunken-monkey
Jun 23 2015 17:26
With the latest version it worked, yes, thanks!
Gullit Miranda
@gullitmiranda
Jun 23 2015 17:31
nice
drunken-monkey
@drunken-monkey
Jun 23 2015 17:32
But no, libnss-resolver did not work smoothly. I have a /usr/lib/libnss_resolve.so.2 pre-installed with the systemd package, and it doesn't seem to support configuration in /etc/resolver/.
Gullit Miranda
@gullitmiranda
Jun 23 2015 17:35
then the libnss-resolver that adds support for /etc/resolver. @fearenales could give a help in that?
drunken-monkey
@drunken-monkey
Jun 23 2015 19:54
Ah, my apologies, I thought they were the same. Bit confusing, the naming.
Anyways, installation was a bit bumpy. At first, scons install failed because the script first goes into "build/" and then tries to download an archive to "build/…" from there.
cd build ; ln -s . build solved that problem. It would also be good to note in the instructions, though, that you need to run the command as root. I did that, but the library file then ends up in /az/lib/– not ideal, of course. After moving it to /usr/lib/manually, though, it now seems to work fine (as far as I can tell).
Gullit Miranda
@gullitmiranda
Jun 23 2015 20:38
These important points you raised. We will try to improve it.