Since I started using Slackware in 2010 I’ve always used an official method described in and never had any problems with that.
I have finished making the package noarch, after which i can not reproduce the gtk errors you listed below so it must be something in the included database.That’s it – you’re now running a new version of Slackware.Here is a place for your projects which are not officially supported by the Porteus Team.I need access to the full repository in order to do this.It would be nice if the repo maintainers took 5 minutes and generated this file which is a simple readelf, objdump or ldd query to see what libraries will be called by the binary when it is executed. I've automated it so on my end all i need to do is set a cronjob to run my script every 5 days to update the files. One request was NOT to have the choice when two files of the same version are available. ------------------------------- Wed Jan 22 UTC 2014 usm-3.0.1-noarch-1.txz: updated Added slackbuilds support (see man page) Fixed slackware exclusion list in update_database() Fixed bad cleanup after invalid command Fixed sniff of package size for ponce repo Added check for existing file when downloading Added file to insert missing libraries into LIBS.As far as i can tell there is no other way to have any kind of dependency resolution except in the case of slacky which actually uses the PACKAGES REQUIRED: line in the /var/log/packages file as it is meant to be used. The suggestion was to just automatically choose one for the user, since the versions are the same (repositories may be different). TXT Fixed bug for updating of slackwarepatches Removed compat32 package from showing up as dependency Removed duplicated packages of same version when resolving deps Added usm Change to options: usm -c usm Please test as much as you can.I've uploaded a new 'noarch' version which fixes a number of bugs. Feedback like phhpro and Francois above will help refine the application.USM is a CLI slackware package manager that resolves dependencies and integrates various slackware repositories including slackware, slacky, slackers, salix and alien.At the moment i have only written it for 64bit but will update for 32bit shortly. Once all bugs are squashed and features are stable a front end will come.Are you talking about the 'env' command which gives environment variables? I would say the anomaly with your setup showing 14.0 instead was something more to do with the database files i uploaded.In any case i don't have enough info to make an informed statement about it.