It has been a while since I’ve been able to put in sufficient time into MineOS lately; my family has had a few hospitalizations that has made interacting-with-project-duties a bit too difficult.
So here’s what I’m hoping for, going forward:
- I’m able to put in a bit of time here and there. I really want to focus on the code review from @Zachary_Baker and pull it into the mainline, because this might be one of the most critically important QOL improvements in years.
- I want to produce a new ISO.
The thing is, I’ve set up my whole Turnkey buildbox, but I’m finding that the most recent Debian–Buster–has somehow broken the auth system.
That is, I can reliably see that
PAM auth requests fail. Recently, I’ve introduced
/test/test-passwords.js which allows very simple tests of the underlying systems’ auth operation. On Buster, (the TKL tkldev respin), none work out of box, and that has been 100% of the biggest blocker on having Java 17 shipped with the ISO.
If anybody is able to help me in troubleshooting this, I would really help the turnaround time. I hope that the output is straightforward, and that whether there are package installations required, node package version updates required, or code modification, anything that gets a successful pass (expected value == returned value) means I can make that be the primary auth of the ISO.
I hope to lastly, go through many more of the pull requests in the meantime, and we’ll see how this goes.
I hope all is well on your end, and I hope I can deliver some optimistic updates soon.