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- Sep 29 2017, 4:01 AM (145 w, 2 d)
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Yep "Always check if Firefox is your default browser" is enabled. Pretty sure "always check" is enabled by default. I knew I could make it stop asking me. I just thought you might like to know the issue exists. :)
Taking over as maintainer with permission of girt
Installed to test.
Fri, Jul 3
Fri, Jun 26
Wed, Jun 24
Fix typo and remove trailing space
Fri, Jun 19
Because the bug was already reported an as such it is a duplicate, because it was reported in another issue tracker it can not be merged with it as a duplicate and as such is invalid.
Wed, Jun 17
Sat, Jun 13
Update is already submitted and is pending review D9003
Jun 11 2020
Jun 6 2020
eopkg sr "libstdc\++"
May 26 2020
Make sure you are fully up to date (not cherry picking updates):
sudo eopkg up -y
May 22 2020
I was going to maintain this at one point so I know it needs pynvml (nvidia-ml-py) run dep for nvidia stats.
May 20 2020
May 15 2020
You have an nvidia GPU and are not using the open source driver, so make sure you install a driver that will work with the -current kernel before you reboot. From what I can tell you're using nvidia-glx-driver which means you would have to install nvidia-glx-driver-current.
May 14 2020
May 13 2020
@JeffLabonte As discussed above. Their code repository did not originally tag releases. But they've agreed to start doing so for future releases.
May 12 2020
Indeed, on Budgie desktop the theme manager window has no app icon in the top left of its window. I assume that is what you're referring to, not a big deal. (To be clear the panel / task bar does have an icon).
Switch to mono-msbuild
So think I figured it out. It will indeed add the base packagename prefix but I was preventing it with ^
May 11 2020
May 10 2020
Add homepage and update maintainer email address
May 3 2020
Apr 30 2020
Rebuild for pspec email change
Lol, I created a protonmail account to try them out and used it for Solus related stuff as I didn't want my primary email public. But Bridge finally came out of beta and they decided to make it paid user only. Seeing I am not willing to spend any money on it, and I want to use thunderbird instead of their site... bye bye protonmail.
To whoever reviews this package request. While the project has no tagged releases currently on github, it has been requested and future releases will be tagged.
Apr 29 2020
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Mar 10 2020
I never got the error in my testing, But I just logged in via TTY just then and noticed it. Now I can reproduce I'll start testing possible solutions.
Mar 4 2020
Feb 25 2020
As discussed in T8750 || isn't working and I don't think its needed. I have made all zsh startup/shudown files stateless which should mean it never needs to look elsewhere.
Add location of stateless zsh startup/shudown files
Make all zsh startup/shutdown files stateless
Feb 24 2020
Feb 23 2020
Make zprofile stateless
Due to some unrelated testing with girt's packaging script 'solt' where I found that || was not working, it made me think maybe its not working in the sddm patch either. So I removed the sddm.conf DefaultPath additions and simplified the Xsession zsh fix to:
[ -d /usr/share/defaults/etc/zsh ] && zdir=/usr/share/defaults/etc/zsh
echo $PATH /sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/snap/bin
Feb 22 2020
Feb 21 2020
Feb 20 2020
Adding additional information in case I made an obvious mistake.
*sighs* I still can't managed to figure it out
Having a little bit of trouble making it stateless:
Added this to zsh:
--enable-etcdir=/usr/share/defaults/etc/zsh \ --enable-zprofile=/usr/share/defaults/etc/zsh/zprofile \
Feb 18 2020
Feb 15 2020
Be less stupid
I feel like I need to explain this change further. Plugins can no longer be installed through the plugin manager (eg. micro -plugin install filemanager) as micro is not reporting its version number correctly, it reports 0.0.0-unknown, so it fails the minimum version check for plugin support. Should also resolve this https://discuss.getsol.us/d/3796-micro-editor-weird-behaviour-after-friday-update
Feb 12 2020
Try removing xorg-driver-video-intel and rebooting, this will result in it using the modesetting driver. Many distros seem to have abandoned the intel driver.
sudo ln -s /usr/share/defaults/etc/shells /etc/shells