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- Aug 12 2016, 2:13 PM (271 w, 4 d)
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Dec 13 2018
@DataDrake claimed the task, if your in a hurry you could always build my package.yml, but it will pull in both kernels (current and lts).
Dec 11 2018
I'll maintain it, but it needs the gimimend driver in the repo to be useful which @DataDrake has claimed. I would be fine maintaining this to, seeing I'm already building it everytime my kernel gets updated.
Dec 9 2018
Dec 3 2018
Nov 24 2018
@DataDrake I know your busy, but I was just wondering the state of this package. I can't use my tablet on solus with out it, so I'll be more than willing to help.
Sep 20 2018
I agree to just leave the symlinks to java 8. We could create for now a simple help center page to explain how to change the symlinks for those that would need it.
Jul 23 2018
I just wanted to let you guys know they now have a snap package for it. It still is in early days though.
Jul 20 2018
Yes on one desktop I'm using mate and my laptop I'm using the patron kde iso. Installing gnome-terminal fixed the issue on both.
Jun 3 2018
after trying to build it, I found that two of its dependencies are not in the repo: SuperLU, Lzo2.
@sootstone were you able to make any progress on this?
Apr 29 2018
@simniotiqu How is this coming along? If you need help packing and testing it there is a lot of people who would love to get this in the repo, so I (and possibly others) would be more than willing to help.
Apr 25 2018
Apr 1 2018
@Justin I believe that what you linked to is the game engine that its built with. If you go to the home page for the game and click build from source it instructs you to first build the Anura engine then to just git clone their repo as a module for it.
Feb 26 2018
Feb 20 2018
It can be run with flatpak. You would have to install it first though. So sudo eopkg it flatpak, then use the instructions on the flathub page info on how to install.
Feb 18 2018
Jan 2 2018
Kleak that would be a question for @ikey. It might involve creating a macro for it or just packaging it first, including it as a dependency and running it like a normal terminal command like cd or mkdir.
Jan 1 2018
I created a github issue about snap support. The reason for this is because from the build instructions it looks like it stills use Qt3/Qt4 so having it in a snap seems better to me.
Dec 15 2017
I know you marked this as won't fix, but today when using youtube-dl to download from openload it required this to be installed. I also image that other sites would need it as well.
Dec 3 2017
Here is an updated source: https://github.com/RetroPie/EmulationStation/archive/v2.7.1.zip
Dec 2 2017
Nov 3 2017
I was wondering if there was any progress on this?
Oct 11 2017
So would i, but as I said above it probably won't land until 0.17 is finished.
Aug 22 2017
I believe the only non solus package this will need is freeimage
Jun 10 2017
@teedeeus if you go to their GitHub page you can still download the appimage for 0.16 and the appimage for their development release 0.17. It probably won't land till 0.17 has become stable.
Jun 5 2017
Apr 3 2017
Apr 2 2017
Just in case anyone is interested Freecad now has an appimage that works on Solus
Mar 26 2017
It looks like you'll need this.
Feb 19 2017
it looks like it did build against the vendored version, because in the ldd command output it shows libmozjs38*.so being pulled from my home directory were I build it.
I just compiled 0ad 0.21 locally against the SpiderMonkey in the repo. It worked just fine and I was able to play it without a problem.
Feb 15 2017
Feb 4 2017
Feb 2 2017
I said it best to develop on a laptop or desktop not that it is the best augmented reality toolkit. Do you have another one in mind?
Jan 25 2017
Jan 16 2017
Jan 2 2017
Any word on this, in the first post the patch has been updated with the licenses. Is there any there any other things that need to happen here?
Jan 1 2017
I didn't think it was a problem since plex is in 3rd party? On top of it, I'm a home user who can't afford a separate computer just to have plex/emby installed on it. Right now my media server is my desktop running Solus with plex. (This might come off a little rude, but please don't take it so. What ever your end choice is I'll accept it)
Dec 31 2016
@bugsbunny88 They Don't provide a source tarball. This is as close as it gets
Dec 30 2016
Dec 29 2016
Dec 26 2016
and how to build it? :D sry im not the expert in this things... :D
Dec 25 2016
Here is the link for the Source you need: https://github.com/flaviotordini/minitube/archive/2.5.2.tar.gz
It looks like its GPL-3.0
Please refer to this: https://dev.solus-project.com/T1882
I was wondering if there was any update on this? When looking at the patch at the top the dir was change from '/usr/avr' to '/usr/share/avr'. Is there any other problems with this?
Dec 2 2016
I was wondering if there was any progress on this?
Nov 27 2016
To make sure I tried installing it from the terminal.
Yes, that warning never went away.
Yeah the warring goes away after installing osm-gps-map.
Nov 26 2016
Nov 14 2016
Here is the patch with the desired changes.
Nov 13 2016
Nov 8 2016
To answer your question here is a list of the cad software that has been requested.
Oct 23 2016
Oct 4 2016
Oct 1 2016
Sep 11 2016
Just got done rebuilding it.
Sep 10 2016
I'm sorry this took so long. I fixed the issues that you had and update it to the latest release that came out 2 days ago.
Sep 2 2016
Aug 31 2016
I'm in a robotics team (FRC) and do all my programing in c++. We have to program a device called the RoboRIO witch is an arm based Linux device. All my code gets cross compiled over to arm from my laptop using eclipse as the IDE and GCC set up for arm under the Hood.They provide their own tool-chain but all it is a GCC set up to cross compile to arm with frc- in front of the executable. It pretty Much the same concept as the Arduino with AVR support, it gets compiled on the computer and then pushed to the device by a serial connection.
Aug 26 2016
On Ubuntu I've always added a ppa to my system that auto downloads and installs Java 8. If you extract the .deb file all it is, is a set of bash scripts that have you accept the license and then creates the directors needed and downaloads java and extracts it. The Scripts would need to be modified for Solus. Hope this helps with packaging java in the third party repo.