XWayland probably will support NVIDIA EGLStreams next year with version Xorg 1.20: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Xorg-Server-1.20-Features
Dec 6 2017
Oct 23 2017
@JoshStrobl Keybase uses 777 by Default.
Oct 20 2017
Oct 15 2017
I can understand how hard it can be to maintain a new kernel, but this kernel has so many advantages.
Oct 14 2017
Try getting the -devel packages of all the deps.
Why do we need (to maintain) a new kernel if no one or an extremely small proportion of the users is going to be using it?
Solus has made exceptions for specialist software before but this is a bit much, I feel.
install -Dm 00644 $pkgfiles/keybase.tmpfiles $installdir/%libdir%/tmpfiles.d/keybase.conf
Oct 13 2017
Oct 12 2017
Oct 7 2017
@mate-user Rust is used for things other than Firefox... Like for making buggy softwarez.
Oct 4 2017
installing google-chrome before installing vbox doesn't cause this problem.
Sep 30 2017
- Point .0 releases for major software should never make it into stable such as linux-current, mesa or a gnome stack upgrade. Putting .0 releases in unstable is okay for testing and helping upstream iron out issues, but major software should be updated to the first point release (x.x.1) before making it into stable.
Sep 16 2017
The network speeds are quite slow, IMO. =_=
Sep 12 2017
@yaymalaga I would love to see secure boot in Solus but since it was designed with windows in mind there isn't a huge benefit to use it, but it would be nice to have.
@kyrios123 It is closer to a alternative (FreeBSD/port) package manager, so it allows people with lower storage people to install software that is not included/can't be maintained in Solus.
Sep 11 2017
Sep 10 2017
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Sep 4 2017
@JoshStrobl will it be possible to reopen this task?
@JoshStrobl noted, however, this package has been pending since May and it seems really useful to me.
I never knew Nautilus has such an extension,
use /usr not /usr/local
Aug 13 2017
This was apparently built off the "linux-firmware" git tree, marking this as resolved.