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  • Gentoo and PTS

    Hello,
    I have already posted elsewhere,
    but is there anyone running PTS on Gentoo flawlessly? I can't upload results, login.. also, the HDD space shows only one partition (9GB /) and not whole drive... Information about running programs are missing as well (using 0.5.0).

    Thanks.

  • #2
    i use it.. i couldnt login, but i got the submission id from michael, and manually put into the xml file, which allows me to upload as my user.

    as for hdd space, it only reports root. I dont use firefox or thunderbird or compiz, so it doesent say any of these, i do use konqueror, which it does not appear to mention in test notes.

    0.5.0 and 0.5.1

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    • #3
      USE flags for PHP

      Maybe we can make this the Gentoo thread instead of starting many.

      I have a general question about installing the PTS.

      I know it needs PHP, but I'm wondering what USE flags it requires. Is it just the "cli" flag as well as the default ones, like unicode, xml, etc.

      Maybe this is why people are having problems...

      I'll try it now with the following flags:

      berkdb bzip2 cli crypt exif gdbm iconv kerberos ldap ncurses nls pcre readline reflection session spell spl sqlite ssl threads truetype unicode xml zlib

      and see if it works.

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      • #4
        The useflags it does need are:
        Code:
        dev-lang/php cli gd posix
        With those use flags set, the scripts should work. Though for me it is not able to find stuff in $PATH (like the etqw-demo) so, uhm, it does not work too well for me...

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        • #5
          ivanovic: What problems does it have with etqw-demo? Though I haven't touched that profile in like a month and last time I did I wasn't sure if it was even working at all, because unfortunately id got rid of a timenetdemoquit in that game.

          But yeah, it really should just need cli, gd, and posix.
          Michael Larabel
          http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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          • #6
            I installed the etqw demo (ETQW-demo2-client-full.r1.x86.run) via portage.

            Using pts 0.6.0, this happens:
            Code:
            $ ./phoronix-test-suite run etqw-demo
            
            ================================================================
            Etqw-demo isn't installed on this system.
            To install this test, run: phoronix-test-suite install etqw-demo
            ================================================================
            I have installed it systemwide, so it should be usable...
            Code:
            $ which etqw-demo
            /usr/games/bin/etqw-demo
            But okay, after installing it via ./phoronix-test-suite install etqw-demo, too, this is the result:

            Code:
            $ LC_ALL=C ./phoronix-test-suite run etqw-demo
            Would you like to save these benchmark results (Y/n)? n
            
            Video RAM:
            
            1: 128MB
            2: 256MB
            3: 512MB
            4: 640MB
            5: 1GB
            
            Please Enter Your Choice: 3
            
            ========================================
            Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (Run 1 of 3)
            ========================================
            
            ./etqw: line 2: cd: data/n./etqw.x86: No such file or directory
            
            ========================================
            Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (Run 2 of 3)
            ========================================
            
            ./etqw: line 2: cd: data/n./etqw.x86: No such file or directory
            
            ========================================
            Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (Run 3 of 3)
            ========================================
            
            ./etqw: line 2: cd: data/n./etqw.x86: No such file or directory
            
            Warning: Division by zero in /home/nils/Desktop/phoronix-test-suite/pts-core/functions/pts-functions-run.php on line 324
            
            ====================================
            Enemy Territory: Quake Wars:
            Video RAM: 512MB
            
            
            Average: .00 FPS
            ====================================
            Please tell me which info you need for further debugging and I will tell it you. I compiled php with these useflags:
            dev-lang/php-5.2.6-r1 USE="bzip2 cli crypt ftp gd gdbm iconv ipv6 ncurses nls pcre posix readline reflection session spell spl ssl truetype unicode xml zlib"

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            • #7
              I'm having a few problems using PTS 0.6.0 on gentoo now that I have it installed.

              I try commands like:

              Code:
              % phoronix-test-suite run wine
              Which gives the error:
              ===========================================================
              Wine isn't installed on this system.
              To install this test, run: phoronix-test-suite install wine
              ===========================================================
              
              % which wine
              /usr/bin/wine
              
              % wine --version
              wine-0.9.61
              I tried a few of the tests that I knew I had the prerequisites installed for like openssl:

              Code:
              % which openssl
              /usr/bin/openssl
              
              % phoronix-test-suite run openssl
              
              ===========================================================
              Openssl isn't installed on this system.
              To install this test, run: phoronix-test-suite install openssl
              ===========================================================
              The compress-gzip test does run once I install it (install only gets the .tar.gz, doesn't install anything).

              I think all the tests that I ran also gave this error just after executing it, just before the output starts for the actual test:
              Code:
              /usr/bin/xdg-screensaver: line 410: xset: command not found
              I don't want to overload this thread now, but I can continue to provide information if you like.

              My php was compiled with these USE flags: bcmath bzip2 cli crypt gd ncurses nls pcre posix ssl threads unicode xml

              My system is amd64:
              % uname -r
              2.6.24-gentoo-r7
              Last edited by xris; 05-10-2008, 11:45 AM.

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              • #8
                Pretty much all of the tests require that you install them locally through PTS rather than relying on system-wide installed versions.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by uncle_fungus View Post
                  Pretty much all of the tests require that you install them locally through PTS rather than relying on system-wide installed versions.
                  Yep in large part because different distributions use different arguments / optimizations while compiling, etc. By having a local copy for many of the tests is the only fair way of doing it.
                  Michael Larabel
                  http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by xris View Post
                    I think all the tests that I ran also gave this error just after executing it, just before the output starts for the actual test:
                    Code:
                    /usr/bin/xdg-screensaver: line 410: xset: command not found
                    I don't want to overload this thread now, but I can continue to provide information if you like.

                    My php was compiled with these USE flags: bcmath bzip2 cli crypt gd ncurses nls pcre posix ssl threads unicode xml

                    My system is amd64:
                    % uname -r
                    2.6.24-gentoo-r7
                    That should be fixed in git now.
                    Michael Larabel
                    http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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