- User Since
- Mar 13 2018, 1:26 AM (106 w, 6 d)
Wed, Mar 18
Opened and tested the following applications with success and working as intended as far as I can tell.
Tue, Mar 17
GNOME Unstable user checking in. Just updated via eopkg up, I received these two warnings (if it's any relevance I don't know, but I thought I'd mention them). Aside from these two warnings, all 156 packages I had to update on my system updated fine. Thank you very much for all your hard work. Will reboot now and test further.
Jan 12 2020
Sep 27 2019
Tested Bookworm. Downloaded a few free epub format books. Tested the settings, dark mode, import/delete features within the app. Used it for about 30 mins, no crashes, runs pretty good actually. Installed about 10 epub files, no issues. I'd give it a golden seal of approval.
Sep 26 2019
It's not frequent, but it has happened about 5 times now since yesterday's unstable upgrade. My system randomly hangs/freezes for about 2-5 seconds, but it happens randomly, like when trying to move tabs in Chrome, or opening the Dash to Dock, or watching a video on Youtube. I wish I could replicate it, but I'm not sure how yet. Nonetheless, if anyone else is experiencing the same let us know.
So found a big problem, not sure what info/logs you guys might need, but I used Gnome Twitch and stream and chatted on a random Battlefield channel for about 10 minutes. Then the video freezes, so I close the app and try again. Videos on Twitch still don't work, it just shows the first frame of a video. Then I go to Youtube. Can't play a video. I go to Netflix, can't play a video. So I think something that relies on all these breaks or something. My internet connection during all these videos was at least 30MBp/s so hope this bug can maybe be traced or replicated.
In case this helps, I've tested Bluetooth using Airpods and a UE Boom 2 device, and both working just fine as they did in 3.32