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I've been trying to create a librewolf template file using the firefox template, but when I try to build the file I get an error that xbps-src cannot access the wrksrc directory [/builddilibrewolf-75.0], and when I check buildir I cannot find the wrksrc directory for librewolf at all, even though the wrksrcs for other packages are there. Even if I run the extract phase by itself it yields no results. If anyone could give me a few ideas as to what is wrong that would be fantastic. I included the template file below in case that can be of any help.

#Template file for 'librewolf' pkgname=librewolf version=75.0 revision=1 build_helper="rust" short_desc="LibreWolf web browser, to Firefox what Chromium is to Chrome" maintainer="Blah " license="MPL-2.0" homepage="https://librewolf-community.gitlab.io" distfiles="https://gitlab.com/librewolf-community/browselinux/uploads/e7bfcab39b5012bf06bf96c0c8ebe11a/librewolf-${version}-${revision}-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz" checksum=a886d34613144ac68e26f5ba1aab436dbf7a07487ce2c3eb8d84e1229b42dd04 lib32disabled=yes hostmakedepends="autoconf213 unzip zip pkg-config perl python3 yasm rust cargo llvm clang nodejs-lts-10 cbindgen python nasm which tar" makedepends="nss-devel libjpeg-turbo-devel gtk+-devel gtk+3-devel icu-devel pixman-devel libevent-devel libnotify-devel libvpx-devel libXrender-devel libXcomposite-devel libSM-devel libXt-devel rust-std libXdamage-devel freetype-devel $(vopt_if alsa alsa-lib-devel) $(vopt_if dbus dbus-glib-devel) $(vopt_if pulseaudio pulseaudio-devel) $(vopt_if startup_notification startup-notification-devel) $(vopt_if xscreensaver libXScrnSaver-devel) $(vopt_if sndio sndio-devel) $(vopt_if jack jack-devel)" depends="nss>=3.47.1 desktop-file-utils hicolor-icon-theme" conflicts="firefox-esr>=0" build_options="alsa jack dbus pulseaudio startup_notification xscreensaver sndio wayland" build_options_default="alsa jack dbus pulseaudio startup_notification xscreensaver sndio wayland" case $XBPS_TARGET_MACHINE in armv6*) broken="required NEON extensions are not supported on armv6" ;; ppc64*) ;; ppc*) broken="xptcall bitrot" ;; esac if [ "$XBPS_TARGET_NO_ATOMIC8" ]; then makedepends+=" libatomic-devel" fi # we need this because cargo verifies checksums of all files in vendor # crates when it builds and gives us no way to override or update the # file sanely... so just clear out the file list _clear_vendor_checksums() { sed -i 's/\("files":{\)[^}]*/\1/' third_party/rust/$1/.cargo-checksum.json } post_extract() { case "$XBPS_TARGET_MACHINE" in *-musl) cp "${FILESDIR}/stab.h" toolkit/crashreportegoogle-breakpad/src/ ;; esac # Google API key (see http://www.chromium.org/developers/how-tos/api-keys) # Note: This is for Void Linux use ONLY. echo -n "AIzaSyCIFdBA7eQP43R6kXRwTq7j6Mvj1ITze90" > google-api-key # Mozilla API keys (see https://location.services.mozilla.com/api) # Note: This is for Void Linux use ONLY. echo -n "cd894504-7a2a-4263-abff-ff73ee89ffca" > mozilla-api-key } post_patch() { _clear_vendor_checksums audio_thread_priority _clear_vendor_checksums num-traits } do_build() { cp "${FILESDIR}/mozconfig" "${wrksrc}/.mozconfig" case "$XBPS_TARGET_MACHINE" in *-musl) echo "ac_add_options --disable-jemalloc" >>.mozconfig echo "ac_add_options --disable-gold" >>.mozconfig echo "ac_add_options --enable-release" >>.mozconfig ;; 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esac # work around large debug symbols on 32-bit hosts if [ "$XBPS_WORDSIZE" = "32" ]; then export CFLAGS="${CFLAGS/-g/-g1}" export CXXFLAGS="${CXXFLAGS/-g/-g1}" export LDFLAGS+=" -Wl,--no-keep-memory" # patch the rust debug level, this is hardcoded sed -i "s/debug_info = '2'/debug_info = '1'/" \ build/moz.configure/toolchain.configure fi export LDFLAGS+=" -Wl,-rpath=/uslib/firefox" if [ "$SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH" ]; then export MOZ_BUILD_DATE=$(date --date "@$SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH" "+%Y%m%d%H%M%S") fi export MOZ_MAKE_FLAGS="${makejobs}" export MOZ_NOSPAM=1 export MOZBUILD_STATE_PATH="${wrksrc}/mozbuild" export AS=$CC cat <>.mozconfig ac_add_options --with-google-location-service-api-keyfile="${wrksrc}/google-api-key" ac_add_options --with-google-safebrowsing-api-keyfile="${wrksrc}/google-api-key" ac_add_options --with-mozilla-api-keyfile="${wrksrc}/mozilla-api-key" ac_add_options $(vopt_enable alsa) ac_add_options $(vopt_enable jack) ac_add_options $(vopt_enable sndio) ac_add_options $(vopt_enable dbus) ac_add_options $(vopt_enable dbus necko-wifi) ac_add_options $(vopt_enable pulseaudio) ac_add_options $(vopt_enable startup_notification startup-notification) ac_add_options --enable-default-toolkit=$(vopt_if wayland 'cairo-gtk3-wayland' 'cairo-gtk3') ! rm -f old-configure ./mach build } do_install() { DESTDIR="$DESTDIR" ./mach install vinstall ${FILESDIR}/vendor.js 644 uslib/firefox/browsedefaults/preferences vinstall taskclustedockefirefox-snap/firefox.desktop 644 usshare/applications for i in 16x16 22x22 24x24 32x32 48x48 128x128 256x256; do vinstall https://gitlab.com/librewolf-community/branding/-/blob/masteicon/icon.svg done # We don't want the development stuff rm -rf ${DESTDIR}/us{include,lib/firefox-devel,share/idl} # https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=658850 ln -sf firefox ${DESTDIR}/uslib/firefox/firefox-bin vbin ${FILESDIR}/firefox-wayland } 
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USB Ethernet Hiccup (kernel?)

Final Update (2017-04-06)

Well herp-a-derp. The short answer is that it seems the problem was not any distribution-upgrade hiccup. It seems to have been a bad driver, plain and simple.
All past post-update successes seem to have been absolute flukes. Some reboots would work, though these seem to be few and far between compared to the lock-ups.
I downloaded the latest driver from here and set it up. This fixed everything, even after multiple reboots to avoid false positives.
dnf install -y kernel-devel wget "http://www.asix.com.tw/FrootAttach/driveAX88772C_772B_772A_760_772_178_LINUX_DRIVER_v4.20.0_Source.tar.gz" tar xvzf AX88772C_772B_772A_760_772_178_LINUX_DRIVER_v4.20.0_Source.tar.gz modprobe -r asix make sudo make install modprobe asix 
With thanks to Plugable for the reminder that it can in fact be just a driver issue.

Update (2017-04-03)

The problem is back. Considering my success with the USB test and immediately after my re-install, I'm now wondering if part of my post-install configuration could somehow be the problem instead the esoteric kernel/driver hiccup that I thought I had.
When I have the time, I'll be systematically undoing my setup changes to try and isolate to find the problem issue. If necessary, I'll do another re-install and start from the beginning to confirm that I didn't miss anything.

Update (2017-03-28)

After losing patience with another network-related hiccup (off-topic, but second problem was that the laptop was not connecting to my main access point properly), I decided to hit the whole problem with a proverbial hammer. I did a step beyond my Live CD test and did a full install of Fedora on a USB drive.
Even after running updates on the USB installation and rebooting, I was not able to reproduce my problem. Though I still can't peg the exact point where things went off the rails, overall I am taking this as a cautionary tale against upgrading a distribution versus a fresh install (especially when I jumped at least two Fedora releases to reach 25).
My last attempt at solving this with some grace will be to double-check that don't have some leftover driver file from the original fresh installation by removing and re-installing the driver packages (for either this problem or my WiFi problem). If that doesn't work, then I will be double-checking that all of my documents on the laptop are backed up and doing a clean installation.

Original Post

Hello all,
I'm having some trouble with my laptop (Lenovo T540p, Fedora 25) that I'm having some trouble pinning down. I think I've somewhat sorted out my own problem while making sure that I covered all of my bases before posting, but I'm still a bit confused.
Whenever I try to set the link state of one my USB Ethernet NICs, a number of programs stop working. I haven't tried absolutely everything, but tentatively this seems to affect anything networking-related at some stage or another. These programs (including the offending call) cannot be ctrl-C'd out of).
The following commands cause this problem:
  • ifconfig eth1 up (and anything under ifconfig else that would alter the link state)
  • ip l s eth1 up
  • Manual C example (see below)
Affected programs tested before I called it at "pretty much everything networking":
  • ifconfig
  • ip
  • ping (after closing)
  • sudo
  • openvpn
  • Firefox
  • rsyslog doesn't have anything new after trying to put the interface up.
  • Cannot seem to shut down naturally.
USB devices on my machine are normally left unmanaged with the following entry in /etc/NetworkManageNetworkManager.conf:
[keyfile] unmanaged-devices=mac:aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff;mac:ff:ee:dd:cc:bb:aa 
dmesg output while plugging in a problem USB doesn't seem out of the ordinary.
[ 1077.162934] usb 3-6: new high-speed USB device number 5 using xhci_hcd [ 1077.345132] usb 3-6: New USB device found, idVendor=0b95, idProduct=7720 [ 1077.345133] usb 3-6: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3 [ 1077.345134] usb 3-6: Product: AX88x72A [ 1077.345135] usb 3-6: Manufacturer: ASIX Elec. Corp. [ 1077.345136] usb 3-6: SerialNumber: 000001 [ 1078.286286] asix 3-6:1.0 eth1: register 'asix' at usb-0000:00:14.0-6, ASIX AX88772 USB 2.0 Ethernet, re:da:ct:ed:..:.. [ 1078.286307] usbcore: registered new interface driver asix 
Problem products:
  • Cisco USB300M
  • Plugable USB2-E100
My Ethernet USB NICs, which are set to be unmanaged by NetworkManager, seem to be the only interfaces affected by this. Debugging attempted:
  • No troubles with the built-in interface on my laptop (both unmanaged and managed by NetworkManager).
  • The same USB NICs worked on a Fedora 25 desktop machine (4.9.5-200).
  • No problems on my laptop using a Fedora 25 LiveUSB (4.8.3).
  • No difference with a one-older kernel version (Current is 4.9.5-200, previous is 4.9.4-201)
  • Found a C example on StackExchange (Link, see below for code) for manually meddling with interface flags, which I think is as low down as I can go without going into the kernel, and the problem still happened.
  • With NetworkManager either stopped or started, a wireless USB NIC that is brought up and down through hostapd, ip, and ifconfig without bringing down the house. I'm cautiously optimistic that the wireless NICs are entirel
  • With NetworkManager stopped, the problem would still happen for the USB Ethernet NICs.
  • With my list of unmanaged devices commented out so that NetworkManager will start to meddle in things, networking does not go down when the device is plugged in.
    • With eth1 on the managed list, it can (sometimes) be brought up/down without crashing things. Things looked alright for a moment, then crashed again after a few toggles.
C code for bringing an interface up (triggers the problem):
#include  #include  #include  #include  #include  int main(int argc, char** argv){ int sockfd; struct ifreq ifr; if((sockfd = socket(AF_INET, SOCK_DGRAM, 0)) < 0) return 1; memset(&ifr, 0, sizeof ifr); // Works cleanly for eth0 strncpy(ifr.ifr_name, "eth1", IFNAMSIZ); ifr.ifr_flags |= IFF_UP; // Things go BOOM here. ioctl(sockfd, SIOCSIFFLAGS, &ifr); } 
My main goal is to be able to plug these in as needed for manual shenanigans without NetworkManager sticking its nose in and trying to "help". For the short-term, it seems I'm more or less back to how things were before if I set my USB NICs to 'Disabled' in NetworkManager and avoid poking the bear more than necessary. I think that my main options for getting the original method back for the long-term are to either wait for an update and try the old method on occasion or to give myself a crash course in kernel programming (assuming that a checked/unchecked option when configuring options wouldn't be enough to fix to this). Has anyone else encountered this problem?
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