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- Nov 20 2016, 11:51 AM (222 w, 5 d)
Jan 26 2021
Thanks. I think it's the sort of thing that could have done with being covered in a [section of a] blog post.
Jan 24 2021
I only noticed that this was deprecated after it had been removed from my system, likewise with newsboat.
Sep 23 2020
Aug 24 2020
I had to install zathura-poppler manually to fix zathura after this update, which isn't ideal.
Jul 19 2020
May 20 2020
I'm afraid not and I don't think I'm going to be able to do so in the near term.
Apr 20 2020
Sounds like this warrants some more research? I realise you already scratched your itch, but any additional insights are most welcome. =)
Apr 19 2020
Yes (I used one VM with them all installed simultaneously, rather than separate VMs for each). At the least, there were several theming issues:
Apr 14 2020
Apr 4 2020
Not yet. I wanted to install an Arch VM to have a look at how everything interleaves on there (X server/xinit/xprofile/Xsession/lightdm/... because this isn't something I know a great deal about) but I had a bit of a problem T8871. I've now got a VM running so I can start to poke around it and the wiki soon.
Apr 3 2020
Thanks. I hadn't realised I'd need to add that to the startup configuration.
Apr 1 2020
Mar 31 2020
Sorry, I didn't mean to be accusatory. I suppose I meant "is there a technical reason?"
Mar 29 2020
Mar 25 2020
I just had to reboot?
Oct 28 2018
Yes. This is also discussed more fully by someone more knowledgeable on an issue here on GitHub.
Oct 27 2018
Oct 17 2018
- NordVPN via OpenVPN ...
- ... set up with the NetworkManager Applet
Sep 11 2018
Yes, I have added those lines (I came across them while searching about why powerline might be slow), though I didn't need them before, but it still seems noticeably slower than before, for me anywary, even after the first time.
Sep 3 2018
May 3 2018
Sorry, I didn't mean to be unclear.
$ dmsg | tail `[ 1159.205956] vcut: segfault at 7ffc1bcc40c5 ip 00007fcbdce02451 sp 00007ffc1a3b0bd8 error 4 in libc-2.26.so[7fcbdcd4e000+1db000]
May 2 2018
May 1 2018
T6298 was my issue.
Apr 30 2018
Variation on a theme: For a little while the wifi hasn't connected automatically but since the last updates the nm applet disappears when I manually connect.
Feb 21 2018
Yes. I was being a bit slow to begin with and couldn't see how to properly start over. I just documented it as an aide memoire for myself as much as anything else.
sudo eopkg --purge rm solbuild solbuild-config-unstable solbuild-config-local-unstable sudo find / -name solbuild sudo rm -rv /var/lib/solbuild sudo reboot sudo eopkg it solbuild solbuild-config-unstable solbuild-config-local-unstable sudo solbuild init sudo solbuild up
Feb 11 2018
Jan 20 2018
Thanks. Sorry, I was being stupid.
Given 36345dc94e11, shouldn't this be closed now?
Dec 13 2017
N.B. I wasn't sure of what to do about this part of the README:
Nov 27 2017
The cell highlighting still seems to work if one double clicks on a cell, rather than clicking on the formula bar. I'll close this to reduce clutter, and, if it still bothers me, pursue upstream.
Nov 10 2017
There is already a package request for this (T4694).
Oct 20 2017
Oct 16 2017
Oct 7 2017
Don't forget to fully complete the package requests form. i.e. add:
- if it is open source
- how many users you think would use the software
- a link to the latest release tarball
Sep 24 2017
Sep 22 2017
Apr 22 2017
OK. Thanks for the reference .eopkg. I did a grep -v using that to compare that files.xml mine and found a 'typo':
Apr 19 2017
~ $ sudo eopkg dc && sudo eopkg up Cleaning package cache /var/cache/eopkg/packages... Cleaning source archive cache /var/cache/eopkg/archives... Cleaning temporary directory /var/eopkg... Removing cache file /var/cache/eopkg/packagedb.cache... Removing cache file /var/cache/eopkg/groupdb.cache... Removing cache file /var/cache/eopkg/installdb.cache... Removing cache file /var/cache/eopkg/componentdb.cache... Removing cache file /var/cache/eopkg/sourcedb.cache... Updating repositories Updating repository: Solus eopkg-index.xml.xz.sha1sum (40.0 B)100% 583.06 KB/s [00:00:00] [complete] Solus repository information is up-to-date. Safety switch forces the upgrade of following packages: baselayout The following packages will be upgraded: baselayout Total size of package(s): 4.00 KB Downloading 1 / 1 Package baselayout found in repository Solus baselayout-43-45-1-x86_64.delta.eopkg (4.0 KB)100% 51.53 MB/s [00:00:00] [complete] Installing 1 / 1 baselayout-43-45-1-x86_64.delta.eopkg [cached] Installing baselayout, version 1.8.0, release 45 Upgrading to new distribution release Program terminated. File '/var/lib/eopkg/package/baselayout-1.8.0-43/files.xml' has invalid XML Please use 'eopkg help' for general help. ~ $
Apr 18 2017
Mar 14 2017
Yes I was. Booting into "UEFI boot + secure boot off" worked fine, thanks. I think I only tried "UEFI + secure boot on" before, which didn't work.
Mar 11 2017
No recurrence. Still seems fine.
Feb 19 2017
This is really weird. I have just come back after a weekend away and it seems to have sorted itself out.
Feb 17 2017
Right, I gave that a go but 'clean' doesn't sound like 'broken'?
(I do get messages like systemd-fsck clean X/Y files, x/y blocks at every boot)
live@solus ~ $ sudo fsck -V /dev/sda2 fsck from util-linux 2.26 [/sbin/fsck.ext4 (1) -- /dev/sda2] fsck.ext4 /dev/sda2 e2fsck 1.42.13 (17-May-2015) /dev/sda2: clean, 236196/6553600 files, 2828945/26214400 blocks
Feb 16 2017
Reinstalling zlib didn't resolve the issue. I tried the eopkg check and got a slightly longer list without sudo for some reason. Reinstalling did not fix gnome-control-center, gvfs(, and python), which are the extra ones during the run without su permissions.
~ $ sudo eopkg it --reinstall pisi Password: Total size of package(s): 270.00 KB Downloading 1 / 1 Package pisi found in repository Solus pisi-3.4-66-1-x86_64.eopkg [cached] Installing 1 / 1 pisi-3.4-66-1-x86_64.eopkg [cached] Installing pisi, version 3.4, release 66 Running pre removal operations for pisi Running post removal operations for pisi Extracting the files of pisi Configuring pisi package Configured pisi Installed pisi
but I still get the error:
~ $ eopkg sr gnuplot System error. Program terminated. Error -3 while decompressing data: invalid distance too far back Please use 'eopkg help' for general help. Use --debug to see a traceback.
No... it's still persisting:
Jan 19 2017
I reinstalled Solus this morning and everything seems fine now. I think my (old) hardware makes some odd, random errors sometimes like this and T1752; I also used to sometimes have some odd errors with dpkg in Ubuntu 14.04 where one character would have changed in a text file, yielding an error.
Jan 11 2017
I just checked this and I clicked on "Browse all applications" at the bottom of the pop-up that says that "there are no such applications" and then selected KeePassX. After this, double clicking on a database in Nautilus opens KeePassX.
Dec 29 2016
~ $ sudo eopkg install --reinstall curl curl-32bit Safety switch forces the upgrade of following packages: curl Following packages will be installed: curl curl-32bit Total size of package(s): 526.00 KB Downloading 1 / 2 Package curl found in repository Solus curl-23-24-1-x86_64.delta.eopkg (349.0 KB)100% 1.14 MB/s [00:00:00] [complete] Downloading 2 / 2 Package curl-32bit found in repository Solus curl-32bit-23-24-1-x86_64.delta.eopkg (177.0 KB)100% 120.03 MB/s [00:00:00] [complete] Installing 1 / 2 curl-23-24-1-x86_64.delta.eopkg [cached] Installing curl, version 7.52.1, release 24 Upgrading to new upstream version Program terminated. File '/var/lib/eopkg/package/curl-7.51.0-23/files.xml' has invalid XML Please use 'eopkg help' for general help. ~ $
Very grateful for your perseverance nonetheless.
Apologies if I have misinterpreted.
I saved the *.eopkg to ~/Downloads and from there:
~/Downloads $ sudo eopkg install curl-7.52.1-24-1-x86_64.eopkg curl-32bit-7.52.1-24-1-x86_64.eopkg Installation order: curl curl-32bit Installing curl, version 7.52.1, release 24 Upgrading to new upstream version Program terminated. File '/var/lib/eopkg/package/curl-7.51.0-23/files.xml' has invalid XML Please use 'eopkg help' for general help. ~/Downloads $
Dec 28 2016
After the clearing out:
~ $ sudo eopkg delete-cache Cleaning package cache /var/cache/eopkg/packages... Cleaning source archive cache /var/cache/eopkg/archives... Cleaning temporary directory /var/eopkg... Removing cache file /var/cache/eopkg/groupdb.cache... Removing cache file /var/cache/eopkg/componentdb.cache... Removing cache file /var/cache/eopkg/installdb.cache... Removing cache file /var/cache/eopkg/packagedb.cache... Removing cache file /var/cache/eopkg/sourcedb.cache...
I still get the error:
File '/var/lib/eopkg/package/curl-7.51.0-23/files.xml' has invalid XML
I have checked on and off, including just now, and the error has persisted.
Dec 27 2016
Dec 1 2016
The problem was nothing to do with Brasero; that just happened to be the program I was trying to install from the software centre when it wouldn't work, as I described in previous posts.
Nov 29 2016
First off I'm definitely not using the unstable repository:
Thanks Tristan. Unfortunately, it didn't work: