Package Details: intel-lpmd 0.0.6-1

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Package Base: intel-lpmd
Description: Intel Low Power Mode Daemon
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Licenses: GPL-2.0-or-later
Submitter: npreining
Maintainer: npreining
Last Packager: npreining
Votes: 6
Popularity: 2.09
First Submitted: 2024-02-27 13:49 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-07-16 14:11 (UTC)

Latest Comments

npreining commented on 2024-06-17 08:26 (UTC)

@eworm thanks, fixed in -3

eworm commented on 2024-06-17 07:40 (UTC)

I build in a clean build environment ( and the systemd unit file is not included for me. Possibly another make dependency is missing.

npreining commented on 2024-06-17 02:49 (UTC)

Indeed, when I purged the git clone of upstream and let makepkg re-checkout it, the same happend. I pushed a new commit that adds the build dep. Thanks!

stereomato commented on 2024-06-15 19:16 (UTC)

I also have the same issue as enrique, and it was also fixed by installing glib2-devel.

enrique commented on 2024-06-15 12:23 (UTC)

@npreining I get slightly different error:

==> Starter build()...
  GEN      intel_lpmd_dbus_interface.h
  GEN      lpmd-resource.c
Compilation failed: Failed to execute child process “glib-genmarshal” (Permission denied)
make: *** [Makefile:1434: intel_lpmd_dbus_interface.h] Fejl 1

Compiles after installing glib2-devel

npreining commented on 2024-06-15 07:12 (UTC)

@msa81 I cannot reproduce this. I don't have glib2-devel installed, and I don't see any reference to glib-genmarshal in the source code.

Can you send the log of the build/compile run?

msa81 commented on 2024-06-14 08:15 (UTC)

core/glib2-devel is a dependency; otherwise, it exits with error Compilation failed: Failed to execute child process “glib-genmarshal” (No such file or directory)

npreining commented on 2024-06-13 14:43 (UTC)

@eworm which file? The package I did build and have running locally contains


eworm commented on 2024-06-12 13:32 (UTC)

Hmm, there's a systemd service file in the repository, but it is not installed in the package. Guess it makes sense to do, no?