To run this application there are some missing dependencies in the repository, like:
- pybind11 requested also on T8246
This has moved down in my priority list because I had a deeper dive in to this and had a little conversation with the Carla developer (also main maintainer for jack1 and jack2). It turns out that Carla features a windows bridge that needs MinGW64 to build but he said that it is much better than fully relying on wine like this software. The whole way this software works also seems to be a bit annoying, but I haven’t tested using it apart from looking at the manual.
I can step up to officially maintain this package if it's okay for you? I have one of these GPUs and I have updated it a couple times now :)
Fix: license identifier in pspec_x86_64.xml
Thanks for the comments, it's too bad that suspend doesn't really work; it's the kind of function that I would also like to use quite often but I can't because of this. Also thanks for the tips, but unfortunately the commands didn't help. Output looks like this:
It is working now!
Thanks for the response!
Actually, do you have radeon-profile-daemon running? Try running
sudo systemctl enable radeon-profile-daemon sudo systemctl start radeon-profile-daemon
and see if that fixes it. I can reproduce your issue if the service isn't running.
Prodding @serebit since he's been the one updating it.
This option enables detection of Realtek 8723/8188/8191/8192 WiFi USB devices which have not been tested directly by the driver author or reported to be working by third parties.
Closing since we've since done a stack upgrade.
Upstream issue in kernel. https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=204753
Considering this resolved since we've since reverted to 5.2.x
It appears your touchpad issue is an upstream kernel issue that has been reported since 4.17 series. I'd suggest reporting your other issue related to input with the kernel devs as well: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=200243
Closing as there has been a couple updates made to spyder3 since then. Should the issue persist, feel free to re-open and we can have @maverick1 take a look.
Closing since Wayland support is not planned at this time and there has been multiple stack upgrades since then.
Closing this as VLC was resolved clear back with R3140:8e2abe927a0a41f721df801c8e76a15bd1b5b15b and libidn needs to stay around as binary compat for Steam.
Closing due to lack of response.
Closing due to lack of response.
Closed by D7355
I'll consider it when they're properly rebased, with a new release, against i3lock 2.12 (note that i3lock-color 2.12 is not the same as i3lock 2.12). Until then, no.
Mon, Oct 14
They've had release tarballs for a while now, this has been marked as accepted for inclusion, open, and needs maintainer. As nobody has stepped up to become the maintainer, closing as wontfix. Feel free to reopen in the event you are willing to become a maintainer for this package and have a submitted patch for review.
Okay so, I've tried on multiple occasions to reach out with an application for an NTP vendor pool allocation and haven't ever heard anything back. Marking this as WONTFIX.
Needs comprehensive testing and not just against JACK.
Must be handled with much care. Otherwise will break eopkg / pisi and cyrus-sasl.
As an interim solution after suspend if you have no sound you can run;
I actually have the extract same motherboard as you can confirm this issue. I don't use sleep nowadays so didn't notice this. But, yeah. I'm pretty sure this wasn't an issue before.
x264 + x265 updates + rebuilds in progress. Okay for realsies I can move to Week 42 now :P
Update to containerd 1.3.0 instead
Thanks, this is fixed for me now !
This has now been cherry-picked onto shannon / stable repository. Just run sudo eopkg up and reboot.
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