After installing Discord, discord does not show up in the applications menu.
Yea at this stage it's more just someone stepping up that wants to use Chromium and actively maintain this. I really appreciate all the work Joe has done on this patch and will be closing it per his earlier O.K. on the matter. Should someone step up, they are certainly welcome to use this patch as a reference point, though the build instructions, dependencies, and patches required are likely to be significantly different.
Works fine for me:
Replace conflicts by replaces
I see, thanks for looking into the issue. Also, fyi, we probably can't deprecate fuse-exfat as it would mean that users of exfat on the LTS kernels have no support for that filesystem.
Yeah, that's an issue. Proposal:
- Deprecate exfat-utils now.
- Patch udisks for exfatprogs.
- Deprecate fuse-exfat when LTS has native exfat support.
Sounds more sensible. Though isn't that going to break the FAT partitioning on udisks for LTS users? Suppose at some point we have to draw a line.
Shortened description to single line as requested by reviewer.
change default path name
Fri, Jan 22
And yet it works and doesn't result in breakages for other users. If there is a proposal and patch provided besides just re-enabling it, e.g. having other decoding methods has precedent, I'm interested. Until then, I'm not.
VLC continues to function perfectly fine when the user has NVIDIA proprietary drivers
LGTM, this will get in post-sync for next week's sync.
The change of source was rejected per T8935. Unless they merged in all the Budgie-related changes or made equivalent changes to what arc-design used, I am not interested in using this fork. Marking as requested changes and requesting this be investigated.
Per my commit and per the statement by one of the VLC developers, the "Mesa VDPAU driver is notoriously buggy". The original ticket was filed and closed with no resolution, when VDPAU was the clear issue, with our forum discussion being here. VLC continues to function perfectly fine when the user has NVIDIA proprietary drivers, I would not made those changes if it wasn't the case.
Add back python2 support
Thanks for info.
so i will close this request.
@joebonrichie Thanks for that. My python-backports was broken. Reinstalling it fixed the issue.
Works for me, you probably uninstalled python-backports somehow
Actually the python2 version of flake8 is broken on Solus at the moment, and that is why I am proposing to drop the python2 support. This is the output of running flake8 on my system:
we have a request form regarding security fixed
drop from rundeps as well
The alternative is dropping suid support from the system bubblewrap. Opening the patch to get discussion going.
I would be open to discussing dropping vdpau from mesa instead however, consideration will need to be made to whether steam or any games use vdpau in some way.
@chax any updates on updating arm-none-eabi-gcc?