Just a quick note that there's already a diff tool for KDE in Solus called kompare.
Having the same issue. I opened a thread on the forums. https://discuss.getsol.us/d/5093-vpn-openvpn-not-connecting-anymore
Any update on this issue?
KDiff3 has been a KDE project for a while now, that Sourceforge link is very old!
I built using this package.yml and verified it works with Steam games, so this is ready to be accepted into the repos
Can we reconsider the inclusion of kdiff3? Recent tarballs: https://download.kde.org/stable/kdiff3
I'll check that ASAP.
Anyway you can merge this into unstable and if effectively I need to remove libglvnd I'll make sure this happen when I'll update mangohud. It should happen soon enough.
Okay np, maybe in the future this task might be revised again.
Thank you, Silke! I couldn't find the time to update this package since they split the repositories.
I don't see a reason for us to support this yet. The specification itself is still a draft. httpd (apache2) doesn't support HTTP/3 and nginx only has it as a technology preview. Both of those make up the vast majority of web servers around the world. It isn't even supported in OpenSSL until 3.x, which is currently in development.
adding @JoshStrobl as the maintainer
These are proprietary, closed applications that are not redistributable. They can't be added.
Sorry for the off topic, can I ask about the theme you are using?
uhh, I thought I checked. Don't know how I missed that...
That was already fixed. Locking since original issue reported is resolved. https://discuss.getsol.us/d/5042-error-in-connecting-to-pptp-vpn/7
It already is updated in unstable
Cellular modem PPP connection affected as well:
Yes, that's ok.
Updated maintainer file
Hope it will be updated along with Plasma 19.2 ! @Girtablulu :)
Wed, Jul 8
Playing the video from the usershare in mpv works but I don't know how to get those dialect details albeit capturing SMB2packages in wireshark (I'll tune it later). The only thing that was taking me aback from uploading the patch was that I've couth not make curl work with samba.
Remove 'go get', make go build command one line
Change permissions of /usr/share/pdfsam/lib folder from 755 to 644.
Removed unnecessary things from Changelog and created /usr/share/pdfsam/lib folder with 755 permissions.
I'll make a note in my samba maintainer README.md that cifs-utils needs a rebuild when talloc gets updated (which can actually happen at any time as far as I can tell).
Switch sed with patch
According to developer this is intended.
This is intended. I not hardcoded this path, I just used built-in method to get it.
This is because the application have the same name as the company (Crow Translate). And Qt looks at /usr/share/Company/App Name/ on Linux.
Switch sed to patch
Yea I looked into it further on the Fedora side of things and I was indeed incorrect. Still not entirely sure if we should opt to have dnsmasq via sysusers, if that's something you want to tinker with so it has access to that PID you're more than welcome to.
While I appreciate the patch, I'm going to mark this as abandoned due to lack of response / action taken. I'll update audacity.
Patch looks good to me. Just to confirm before landing, is this needing libglvnd-devel or does it need mesalib-devel? @DataDrake performed a mesalib upgrade (including all the stuff around libglvnd-devel) and the gl pkgconfig was moved out of mesalib. If it's mesalib specific headers then the gbm pkgconfig should be used.
Yea at the moment getting it updated has higher priority than making it stateless, so going to accept this patch. Thanks for the comments and thank you @maveonair for the patch!
LGTM, thanks for stepping up as explicit maintainer of this package. I went ahead and did some minor corrections to the changelog (removed unnecessary indentation and GH issue refs)
LGTM, thanks. Went ahead and fixed summary myself.
Fixed it myself. Feel free to check how I formatted it.
Yes, death to more python 2.
Yea don't get me wrong, the patch looks good to me, but mind if I hold off until this is fixed upstream?
forgot to mention that I removed python2 support in case nobody noticed 😛