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Re: Ubuntu 20.04 / python issue with ngettext

Posted: Sun Oct 11, 2020 5:37 pm
by mhertz

Not enough though. Usually would work, but there's first a sysv-compatibility-layer that needs disabling, which disturbs the process, which gets disabled by first disabling deluged service and then enabling it again. Sounds strange I know, but it also prints on terminal when doing this, that deluge is now omitted from that sysv-compatibility layer, which rewrites/generates systemd-service-files on-the-fly under /run at runtime. I was pulling my hair out almost, before understanding/finding-that-out, as even though systemctl cat deluged.service did show the -d switch added, then still failed, before that.

On other distros than ubuntu 20.04, with default deluge 2.0,3 package from ubuntu repo's, then adding a -d if missing, would be the fix agreed.

Re: Ubuntu 20.04 / python issue with ngettext

Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2020 6:30 pm
by f1xx0rz
mhertz wrote:a quick check shows ubuntu 20.04 uses deluge 2.0.3, and for py3.8 with that, needs this pacth from deluge develop branch backported: ... ed0f2c3206

How do I get or compile a standalone version with the patch at ... ed0f2c3206?

Re: Ubuntu 20.04 / python issue with ngettext

Posted: Fri Dec 25, 2020 3:17 pm
by mrkvchm
I have opened a bug report with Ubuntu asking them to backport the fix from the deluge dev branch to 20.04.

Please feel free to go and report that this bug effects you too in order to help it get a higher priority. ... ug/1909320