rarian and rarian-compat (scrollkeeper) and more not needed
|Reported by:||skierpage||Owned by:||mstone|
|Component:||distro||Version:||1.5 Software Build os206 aka 10.1.1|
|Deployments affected:||Action Needed:||diagnose|
I noticed a lot of /usr/bin/scrollkeeper-xyz programs on my XO in joyride-2301. Package rarian-compat provides these in a reimplementation of scrollkeeper, and it in turn depends on rarian. But nothing on my XO seems to depend on these packages or /usr/lib/librarian.so.
The only thing that requires scrollkeeper is totem-2.23.4-1.olpc3.4.i386. Perhaps if you build with --disable-scrollkeeper, you could nuke rarian-compat.
I guess the only thing scrollkeeper does is build the docs in /usr/share/gnome and/or /usr/share/omf. But since totem is the ONLY thing in those two directories, the directories themselves are probably unneeded on the XO, which might allow nuking rarian.
Finally, I'm not sure that the XO even needs the totem package. It is pulled in by totem-gstreamer, but the totem application /usr/bin/totem probably shouldn't be on the OLPC; only the Totem plugin to Browse, totem-mozplugin, is exposed to kids.
I apologize if I'm wasting your time, my rpm-foo is weak.
Change History (11)
comment:7 Changed 7 years ago by Quozl
- Action Needed changed from test in build to diagnose
- Milestone changed from 10.1.2 to 10.1.3
- Version changed from not specified to 1.5 Software Build os206 aka 10.1.1