Package Details: mycroft-core 19.8.1-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/mycroft-core.git (read-only)
Package Base: mycroft-core
Description: The Mycroft Artificial Intelligence platform.
Upstream URL: https://github.com/MycroftAI/mycroft-core
Licenses: Apache
Submitter: manzo
Maintainer: robertfoster
Last Packager: robertfoster
Votes: 21
Popularity: 0.143130
First Submitted: 2016-12-27 12:48
Last Updated: 2019-10-14 00:13

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xenrox commented on 2019-05-15 12:01

Last update (pkgrel 2) should fix the problem with mycroft trying to change permissions.

ConorIA commented on 2019-03-31 20:39

Here are some patches to bring this up to date. Two key changes:

1) Instead of trying to patch out the check_dependencies function, I just avoid calling it in the start script.

2) I specify /usr/bin/python when init-ing the venv, because if you have conda activated, it leads to a permission error (might be an error in my setup).

https://pastebin.com/TzEM8Ney

This seems to be working so far, but I'll comment here if something went wrong.

librewish commented on 2019-03-20 07:49

mycroft-core is outdated it asks to be upgraded to version 19

ixil commented on 2018-10-31 20:55

@xenrox, sorry for slow reply forgot to enable notifications. The problem was that I only tried to run it through systemctl --user start starting it directly from start-mycroft.sh cli Shows that it trying to create (requires sudo) /opt/mycroft{,/skills}. Then changes the ownership(also needs sudo) and group to my user, shouldn't this be the user and group mycroft-core - it tries to change the owner/group every startup.

Now I have connection problems, the websocket library throws an uncaught exception which doesn't seem to appear in the logs (I assume in /var/log/mycroft/*)

xenrox commented on 2018-10-23 08:43

@ixil That sounds more like an issue with your sudo setup/pam module than with this package. Can you tell me which command you used which caused this problem? Normally you would do: systemctl --user enable mycroft.service Sudo is not even required. /opt/mycroft/skills/ is created by mycroft when it is started for the first time and downloads the default skills. Edit: If you want a faster reply, write me an email (address is encoded in the PKGBUILD).

ixil commented on 2018-10-21 14:31

Using the systemd user file I'm getting an error:

hostname sudo[14288]: pam_unix(sudo:auth): conversation failed
hostname sudo[14288]: pam_unix(sudo:auth): auth could not identify password for myuser

Any hints?

Also previously it was trying to create /opt/mycroft/skills/ which I manually did and changed the group to mycroft-core - should this be in the post-install instructions? or changed in the settings - in which case that should probably follow the default arch directories

idleshand commented on 2018-10-19 20:25

Thanks for maintaining this package. :)

xenrox commented on 2018-10-19 12:18

@idleshand Thanks for notifying me. I updated the package.

idleshand commented on 2018-10-18 13:08

Looks to me like it is worth updating the pkgbuild to reflect the changes that have been made to the original "dev_setup.sh".

The only changes I can actually see are related to pip. Specifically upgrading to using pip v18 as in this commit: https://github.com/MycroftAI/mycroft-core/commit/5e6c1773e4daa2da99f63110944fd220bf2298ee#diff-18dbf5207379240f00af7b954cde81ff

And then using curl to get pip directly and installing to the virtual_env instead of using easy_install, in this commit https://github.com/MycroftAI/mycroft-core/commit/923ea9f532175ba70027d09eb250b2c81655bdde#diff-18dbf5207379240f00af7b954cde81ff

z3ntu commented on 2018-08-12 09:13

The postinstall script fails to build pyyaml for some reason. edit: Patching /usr/share/mycroft-core/requirements.txt to use pyyyaml 3.13 instead of 3.11 works (see https://github.com/yaml/pyyaml/issues/152) edit2: still can't properly start the mycroft service due to some permission problems even though I'm in the mycroft-core group