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- Aug 2 2016, 10:57 PM (205 w, 5 d)
I haven't tracked down a specific solution for this and since I don't use OpenVPN (I've mostly been getting results related to AES-NI, various hardware solutions, BSD-related OSes, etc.), have any configs, etc. I can't validate much further than providing the two eopkg files below. These files include an updated mbedtls and a build of openvpn that defaults to AES ciphers (patch from Fedora), enables async push and changes the TLS crypto library. The limit of my testing was checking ciphers, tls, and digests via openvpn's CLI.
Kinda forgot about this issue when I was doing R755:0c1a26795c0912699779644a70880fa2c85009b3, but I'm cooking another Firefox build locally with the supplied change and will validate + push when it's fixed.
Should be filed at https://github.com/getsolus/3rd-party
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The ICM files you're referring to should be shipped in ALSA's ucm conf project. This is in fact the case, they're in ucm-conf 1.2.3 so it should just be a matter of us updating to the latest releases of that, topology conf, and alsa itself. We can see about getting that sorted this week.
LGTM and thanks for taking up maintainership of this!
I don't have a strong preference on the matter. A sysuser is probably sufficient.
If you're patching, then you're likely not doing any ABI changes, so rebuilds are not necessary.
Rejected for inclusion. While it doesn't require libhandy yet, implementation of libhandy support is in progress. libhandy isn't something that is accepted in the repository, as it is a mobile-centric library and would inevitably regress the user experience on larger form factor devices (laptops, desktops), which is our focus.
Assigning to silke to look into it given they're the last ones to mess with riot-desktop.
This already landed in git so you would need to rebase this. Not really valid to open up the same diff with different changes.
We already have nitroshare-desktop though.
Rejected for inclusion. As stated on their README: "Zrythm is currently in alpha."
Fri, Jul 10
Sorry @hashhsah, only noticed that this didn't have a release bump. It's going to need to be bumped before it can go into the repo.
LGTM and thanks for taking up maintainership!
In what scenario would brotli decompression be useful in curl?
Why isn't this being changed on the plasma icons side of things?
Thu, Jul 9
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.
These are proprietary, closed applications that are not redistributable. They can't be added.
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
Wed, Jul 8
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.