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- Oct 16 2016, 4:39 AM (136 w, 18 h)
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Apr 1 2018
I contacted the Argentum Age devs on their Discord regarding tagging an official stable release on their github.
Mar 31 2018
Mar 26 2018
Huzzah! The Cendric devs have responded, and are quite alright with Cendric being added to the Solus repo. Here's the link to their response.
Mar 25 2018
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Feb 16 2018
So it appears the github repository I linked to originally for this request back in 2016 was an abandoned fork. Just today I found the upstream of that fork on SourceForge, which still receives updates to this day.
Nov 23 2017
Nov 21 2017
Reading that review intrigued me enough to send Mullvad Support an e-mail regarding the netstat thing, here is their response:
Sep 26 2017
Any update on the status of the required dependencies for this? :)
May 24 2017
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Dec 3 2016
Nov 30 2016
I was under the impression that games were somewhat excluded from the requirement of needing to be actively maintained, as at some point a game will become 'feature complete', and not receive updates.
I'm afraid I still haven't re-installed Solus on the offending desktop. I did just test it on my laptop, and q4wine seems to work fine on it, with no new categories in the menu. :)
Nov 20 2016
Nov 16 2016
I also encountered this when updating today. Everything appears to have installed correctly, but the updater stayed at the "installing updates" for 30 minutes until I closed it. Re-opening it showed that there were no remaining updates to install.
Nov 15 2016
Unfortunately I haven't been able to test that yet, as I've been trying out GeckoLinux on the desktop giving the issue with Krita. However, I did install Solus onto my Thinkpad X201 laptop, and Krita works normally there.
Nov 9 2016
Nov 6 2016
I was going to request this myself, as I too use AMD, and Gallium Nine can give absolutely massive performance gains for AMD cards, often times doubling the framerate in games.
Lutris starts up and runs fine now, as far as I can tell. Superb! :)
Nov 5 2016
I also find Gnome-Multi-Writer to be a bit lacking. From what I've read, the Suse ImageWriter is considered one of the best.
Nov 1 2016
Ahh, Sorry about that. Didn't realize KDE4 stuff wasn't eligible. :(
No change, unfortunately.
Oct 31 2016
I believe so. The software center says 'Software up to Date', even after pressing the 'check for updates' button. And using sudo eopkg up in the terminal also shows it to be up-to-date.
Nothing jumps out to me, but I'd never opened it from the terminal until now, so I'm not sure what a normal start-up would look like.
Particularly happy about this one making it in.
Oct 30 2016
Woah Data, you're on a roll today!
Hi Slacky, Oolite has already been accepted for packaging (I requested it myself, actually). It has yet to be packaged, but it shouldn't be too long before it is included in Solus. :)
Oct 29 2016
Oct 28 2016
Just tested it out, everything is working 100%.
Oct 27 2016
No worries, I wasn't sure how to do it either for my first couple requests :P
You are correct, there does not appear to be a standalone NDS emulator in the software center.
Oct 26 2016
I would certainly appreciate support for the Brother FAX-4100 printer :)
Oct 24 2016
According to this comparison sheet, Kega Fusion is the only Linux compatible emulator that has full speed emulation and full compatibility with all commercial games. It also supports the Sega Master System, Game Gear, and older Sega consoles that the other emulators do not, which would normally require their own individual emulators (where as Kega Fusion would be an all-in-one solution).
Glad to hear it wasn't effecting just me :P
Oct 23 2016
Thanks for packaging this! However, upon attempting to use Caprice, I find that it is impossible to load disk or tape files into the emulator as it arrives from the Software Center. It only allows you to load files from the ./disk, ./tape, and ./snap directories, which as far as I can tell don't exist anywhere on the system.
Oct 22 2016
Wicked! Really appreciate you taking the time to package this, Data. ^_^
Oct 21 2016
It appears this bug may have returned, as I experience the corrupted mouse cursor with Firefox on youtube videos and on the image Cyber-Doug linked to above.
Oct 20 2016
Aye, it occurs on my machine as well.
I can confirm this happened to me as well after updating to kernel 4.8.2. The Update-Grub command resolved it, hopefully it doesn't do this for every kernel update :P
Oct 19 2016
Totally understandable. I appreciate you taking a look, though. ^.^
Oh, I didn't noticed they had it up on Steam. That certainly would make it redundant on Solus, feel free to close this request. :)
Ah, Thanks for the info. I'd been steadily checking these for duplicates, but forgot to do so for this one. Sorry again!
Oct 18 2016
Oct 17 2016
I too have noticed Budgie can be fickle on what it will or will not allow you to pin to the panel. I do not know of a way to force it to pin something. :\