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drb
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drb re the package version mismatch, make SURE to post the versions, I'm not seeing any version mismatch today.


h2,

As you say, they are both the same version now at 3.11.1-3 - the fail was when one was 3.11.1-2 and the other was 3.1.1-2+b1

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techAdmin
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oh, ok, I'll update the version detection to handle the +b1, though my experience is that usually that isn't a version mismatch... except when it is. I've always found it odd that a distro made by people who are so fond of rules would allow such a loose interpretation of what constitutes a version mismatch, but that's Debian, so we have to adjust to it.
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aus9
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hi

not many ppl would swap between Debian and liq kernels but you may like to see if this is a bug or not

1) I attempted to add liq sources and got this screenshot using smxi today 5/June/2011 09:00 WST (Perth Australia)


FWIW I used a package called fbgrab and used

fbgrab -C 1 /pathway/filename.png



the key component I can duplicate in a booted up system as is

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W: GPG error: http://liquorix.net sid InRelease: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY 3EFF4F272FB2CD80


2) I believe one solution already exists at
liquorix.net/ which is

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apt-get install '^liquorix-([^-]+-)?keyring.?'


but I for me, appears as

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apt-get install '^liquorix-([^-]+-)?keyring.?'
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
Note, selecting 'liquorix-archive-keyring' for regex '^liquorix-([^-]+-)?keyring.?'
Note, selecting 'liquorix-keyring' for regex '^liquorix-([^-]+-)?keyring.?'
Note, selecting 'liquorix-keyrings' for regex '^liquorix-([^-]+-)?keyring.?'
liquorix-archive-keyring is already the newest version.
liquorix-keyring is already the newest version.
liquorix-keyrings is already the newest version.
The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
  libdvbpsi6 xli
Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them.
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 79 not upgraded.


but a repeat of

apt-get update shows that did not work


3) Instead I looked at

www.thelinuxdaily.com/2010/02/how-to-fix-public-key-is-not-available-message/

and used

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gpg --keyserver wwwkeys.eu.pgp.net --recv-keys 3EFF4F272FB2CD80
gpg: requesting key 2FB2CD80 from hkp server wwwkeys.eu.pgp.net
gpg: keyserver timed out
gpg: keyserver receive failed: keyserver error

AND

gpg --keyserver http://pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 3EFF4F272FB2CD80
gpg: requesting key 2FB2CD80 from http server pgp.mit.edu
gpgkeys: no key data found for http://pgp.mit.edu/
gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found.
gpg: Total number processed: 0



I am not an expert on gpg and I have port 11371 enabled in my modem/router firewall and previously been able to import keys


regards
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aus9
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ok better success in a terminal with

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gpg --recv-key 3EFF4F272FB2CD80  && gpg -a --export 3EFF4F272FB2CD80  | apt-key add -
gpg: requesting key 2FB2CD80 from hkp server keys.gnupg.net
gpg: key 2FB2CD80: public key "Steven Barrett <damentz@gmail.com>" imported
gpg: Total number processed: 1
gpg:               imported: 1
OK

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aus9
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hi

current smxi says don't do a update and look at sidux forums. AND various sites....I smile as I know what you may mean is ....aptosid?

2) You may need to mention the "user scripts and dragons sub-forum."
which details some issues for Nvidia?


hope that helps
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secipolla
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Would like just to report two things that seem to be not working as expected.
In this system I installed sgfxi 4.17.27 (from June 21) and now I have 4.17.28
The first thing is that every time when I ran sgfxi it didn't accuse its own version and downloaded sgfxi again.
The text output was something like "sgfxi local version - remote version 4.17.28" etc. That is, it sees the local version only as a dash and always downloads sgfxi again (even if it's already the latest version).

The other thing is that it didn't work when I had only xserver-xorg-core (/usr/bin/Xorg) and I had to install xserver-xorg (/usr/bin/X) for it to work.
That was sgfxi version 4.17.27. I didn't test 4.17.28 in this respect as I had xserver-xorg installed already.

*edit- note that package xserver-xorg isn't by no means as "bloated" as package xorg so it isn't really much problem to install it (although it isn't really needed). I'm just saying what I saw.
But it is easier to build a minimal system only with xserver-xorg-core (xserver-xorg depends on xorg's input and video drivers so one has to make sure to install the ones he needs beforehand so the package won't pull them all).
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techAdmin
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I'll assume I made an upload error on sgfxi / version file, that's fixed now, tested and working.

I think I updated sgfxi as you noted to check for either X or Xorg version, so it should work with just xserver-xorg-core now.
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aus9, wow, that message is old, I'll see if I can find it in the warnings and update that, heh.
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iotaka
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inxi: Sensors: System Temperatures: cpu: 36.0C mobo: 38.0C gpu: 0.0:42C

gpu: 0.0:42C

if can help the output of: nvidia-smi -q

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==============NVSMI LOG==============

Timestamp                       : Wed Aug 10 10:06:54 2011

Driver Version                  : 280.13

Attached GPUs                   : 1

GPU 0000:04:00.0
    Product Name                : GeForce GT 220
    Display Mode                : N/A
    Persistence Mode            : Disabled
    Driver Model
        Current                 : N/A
        Pending                 : N/A
    Serial Number               : N/A
    GPU UUID                    : N/A
    Inforom Version
        OEM Object              : N/A
        ECC Object              : N/A
        Power Management Object : N/A
    PCI
        Bus                     : 4
        Device                  : 0
        Domain                  : 0
        Device Id               : 0A2010DE
        Bus Id                  : 0000:04:00.0
    Fan Speed                   : 60 %
    Memory Usage
        Total                   : 1023 Mb
        Used                    : 140 Mb
        Free                    : 882 Mb
    Compute Mode                : Default
    Utilization
        Gpu                     : N/A
        Memory                  : N/A
    Ecc Mode
        Current                 : N/A
        Pending                 : N/A
    ECC Errors
        Volatile
            Single Bit           
                Device Memory   : N/A
                Register File   : N/A
                L1 Cache        : N/A
                L2 Cache        : N/A
                Total           : N/A
            Double Bit           
                Device Memory   : N/A
                Register File   : N/A
                L1 Cache        : N/A
                L2 Cache        : N/A
                Total           : N/A
        Aggregate
            Single Bit           
                Device Memory   : N/A
                Register File   : N/A
                L1 Cache        : N/A
                L2 Cache        : N/A
                Total           : N/A
            Double Bit           
                Device Memory   : N/A
                Register File   : N/A
                L1 Cache        : N/A
                L2 Cache        : N/A
                Total           : N/A
    Temperature
        Gpu                     : 41 C
    Power Readings
        Power State             : N/A
        Power Management        : N/A
        Power Draw              : N/A
        Power Limit             : N/A
    Clocks
        Graphics                : N/A
        SM                      : N/A
        Memory                  : N/A

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that looks right to me.

if nvidia driver, the command is:
nvidia-settings -c :0.0 -q GPUCoreTemp

First line shows the temp.

If it's nouveau driver, the temp is in the output of sensors.
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