trusted-xorg should be installed by default during GUI installation
I see this in Xorg.0.log (fresh new /hipster installation):
[ 25.693] Loading extension SolarisIA [ 25.693] (II) LoadModule: "xtsol" [ 25.696] (WW) Warning, couldn't open module xtsol [ 25.696] (II) UnloadModule: "xtsol" [ 25.696] (II) Unloading xtsol [ 25.696] (EE) Failed to load module "xtsol" (module does not exist, 0)
Checked for package:
$ pkg info x11/trusted/libxtsol Name: x11/trusted/libxtsol Summary: libXtsol - Solaris Trusted Extensions X11 extension client library Category: System/Trusted State: Installed Publisher: openindiana.org Version: 0.5.11 Branch: 2015.0.1.0 Packaging Date: October 27, 2015 08:19:30 AM Size: 55.42 kB FMRI: pkg://firstname.lastname@example.org:20151027T081930Z Project URL: https://hg.java.net/hg/solaris-x11~x-s12-clone $ pkg contents x11/trusted/libxtsol PATH usr/include/X11/extensions/Xtsol.h usr/include/X11/extensions/Xtsolproto.h usr/lib/amd64/libXtsol.so usr/lib/amd64/libXtsol.so.1 usr/lib/libXtsol.so usr/lib/libXtsol.so.1
But Xorg expects different package (which was NOT installed during OI initial build - I guess that has to be fixed):
$ pfexec pkg install -v x11/trusted/trusted-xorg $ pkg contents x11/trusted/trusted-xorg PATH usr/lib/xorg/modules/extensions/amd64/libxtsol.so usr/lib/xorg/modules/extensions/libxtsol.so $ pkg info x11/trusted/trusted-xorg Name: x11/trusted/trusted-xorg Summary: Xorg X server - Trusted Extensions support Category: System/X11 State: Installed Publisher: openindiana.org Version: 1.14.7 Branch: 2015.0.1.0 Packaging Date: December 9, 2015 08:44:17 PM Last Install Time: January 12, 2016 02:05:18 PM Size: 330.72 kB FMRI: pkg://email@example.com:20151209T204417Z Project URL: http://www.x.org/wiki/ Source URL: http://ftp.x.org/pub/individual/xserver/xorg-server-1.14.7.tar.bz2
Which provides proper module for Xorg.
I guess it should be installed during OS installation as well.
This is just annoying, once installed error goes away.
Updated by Alexander Pyhalov almost 6 years ago
- Status changed from New to Rejected
- Assignee changed from OI XNV to Alexander Pyhalov
The warning is harmless and is not an issue. The downside of having it installed by default is bringing a lot of dependencies for no good reason. Perhaps, the best thing you can do with xtsol is to follow upstream and remove it.
Updated by Alan Coopersmith almost 6 years ago
There's no need for this - unless and until you've installed all the trusted extensions packages and set up zones with different labels, all the xtsol module will do is detect you're not running on a labeled system and unload itself. Ignore the warnings, they're harmless.