maemo.org Bugzilla – Full Text Bug Listing
|Summary:||xkbdata: Inconsistency between installed packages in SDK and FW|
|Product:||[Maemo Official Platform] Development platform||Reporter:||Roman Moravcik <roman.moravcik>|
|Component:||SDK||Assignee:||Janne Johansson <ext-janne.p.johansson>|
|Status:||RESOLVED FIXED||QA Contact:||sdk-bugs|
SOFTWARE VERSION: 5.0-final EXACT STEPS LEADING TO PROBLEM: Install Maemo 5.0-final SDK using scratchbox and sdk installer script. EXPECTED OUTCOME: Package xkb-data-1.5-2maemo11.1+0m5 will be installed by default ACTUAL OUTCOME: Package xkbdata-0.8-0osso39+0m5 was installed by default REPRODUCIBILITY: always EXTRA SOFTWARE INSTALLED: nothing OTHER COMMENTS: According to information in xkb-data package changelog: xkeyboard-config (1.5-2maemo1) unstable; urgency=low * Synchronization with upstream. Replacement of the old xkbdata package. * Fixes: NB#116300 - added support for Nokia keyboards to upstream version xkbdata package is obsolete and it's not installed in device firmware, but it's installed by sdk by default, because package maemo-core-runtime-5.0+2+0m5 depend on it.
Ahoj, > EXPECTED OUTCOME: > Package xkb-data-1.5-2maemo11.1+0m5 will be installed by default > > ACTUAL OUTCOME: > Package xkbdata-0.8-0osso39+0m5 was installed by default Note the hypen difference in the package name. According to http://repository.maemo.org/stable/5.0/5.0beta2_vs_5.0_content_comparison.html the final SDK includes: * xkb-data 1.5-2maemo10+0m5 * xkbdata 0.8-0osso39+0m5 So you say that xkb-data is shipped but not installed for you?
(In reply to comment #1) > Ahoj, > > > EXPECTED OUTCOME: > > Package xkb-data-1.5-2maemo11.1+0m5 will be installed by default > > > > ACTUAL OUTCOME: > > Package xkbdata-0.8-0osso39+0m5 was installed by default > > Note the hypen difference in the package name. > > According to > http://repository.maemo.org/stable/5.0/5.0beta2_vs_5.0_content_comparison.html > the final SDK includes: > * xkb-data 1.5-2maemo10+0m5 > * xkbdata 0.8-0osso39+0m5 > > So you say that xkb-data is shipped but not installed for you? > Yes you are right. xkb-data package is available for download in SDK, but it's not installed automatically. xkb-data is a replacement for xkbdata package and it's installed on the real device. So, in order to have the same versions of xkb definition files (/usr/share/X11/xkb/*) in the SDK as they are on the real device, I need to install xkb-data package manually after SDK installation.
A new meta package 5.0+3 has been created and will be released together with the next SDK update.
Update released today.