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- Dec 14 2016, 8:06 AM (143 w, 4 d)
Thu, Sep 12
If you don't want to enable that functionality, wouldn't it make sense to inform the user about the about it and tell them where to find the necessary files? Or create a fzf-keybinds package?
Tue, Sep 10
Dec 17 2017
Dec 14 2017
Dec 10 2017
Last release is from 9th of August and last commit 13 days ago. It looks like someone is taking care of it.
It build and works nicely with this package.yml.
Dec 3 2017
Nov 30 2017
I hope it is fine if make two comments here:
Nov 29 2017
Dec 26 2016
Thanks for your corrections. I followed the wiki but received "Profile is not installed: Did you forget to init?". Thats why I chose ypkg for building. Using init -p unstable-x86_64 as shown in the video works.
Dec 22 2016
Ups, I'll blame the clock. Thought that because of the .patch file the "Patch Submission" tag is correct....
My bad, forgot to include that. File is updated.
Dec 21 2016
Maybe someone can help me. I've also created this thread: https://solus-project.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2741
I hope this works:
Okay, I hope I did everything in order. Here is the requested file:
I created a package.yml based on the AUR https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/backintime/
It build fine, however it appears to be necessary to use cronie (or maybe also fcron, etc. I did not try that). Dcron does not work for whatever reason. I could only find people stating that they switched to cronie. With this, everything appears to work. Only the icons appear to be a little bit too large.
If you want to try, install cronie first and start/enable cronie.service
Dec 19 2016
Thanks again for your help!
I included your suggestions and removed the dependency and the licence.
The links are created within the lib64 directory and appear in the package and after install.
However, I am currently just trying to re-create packages I would need for Solus to be my main OS. But I don't know much about packaging so I try to adapt the PKGBUILDs from Arch. I guess the links are there for compatibility reasons, but I don't know if they are truly necessary.
If that is fine for you, I will try to set up Git and provide the files.
Dec 18 2016
Thanks a lot, that did the trick plus changing "/usr/lib" to "usr/lib64".
The package installs fine and provides the library (tested with RStudio, trying to install the udunits2 package without (fail) and with the package (works)).
Dec 17 2016
Okay, this is my first try to build a package, maybe I am not the only one using it. I used solbuild, following your wiki and tried to build it. I attached the package.yml file, it seems to work by using the command
However, not sure if I made some newbie mistakes, etc. Furthermore, I tried to orient myself at the AUR package https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/udunits/ The PKGBUILD format seems very similar, however I am not sure if the additional lines in the AUR package are necessary/required
Dec 14 2016
As soon as you want to create/use more advanced graphics and methods you need to use R packages like ggplot2 and thus compile them before. system.devel is probably overkill, but as gcc and gcc-fortran are installed along the RStudio package, make should be as well. And maybe also the R base package itself for a little bit more convenience.
Sorry, just found the former topics. Can be deleted.