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- Aug 6 2016, 3:12 AM (216 w, 14 h)
Apr 15 2018
I managed to put together a package.yml that builds for lgogdownloader, a dependency for games nebula. Figure I may as well finish the job and do Nebula as well. I'll be submitting the patches for lgogdownloader and a couple dependencies after making sure it works.
Mar 3 2018
Mar 2 2018
KDE with proprietary Nvidia drivers tends to set too low DPI so font appear too small.
Feb 27 2018
Feb 23 2018
Feb 7 2018
Feb 6 2018
Feb 1 2018
I've discovered that replacing sddm with lightdm (and lightdm-gtk-greeter - see T5712) and enabling the service causes the X session to actually load with the Nvidia drivers. There is an odd side effect of text seeming smaller than usual, but I'm going to call that a side effect of using LightDM instead of SDDM.
Jan 31 2018
Jan 30 2018
Figured out the problem and it was all me.
Jan 25 2018
Sep 19 2017
Jul 16 2017
I'm not sure I see a difference with sync between KeeWeb and using KeePass(X) with Dropbox/Insync installed. Click the save button and the file syncs to the server, right? Since there are already two KeePass applications in the repositories, I don't see the team including a third one without any large differences between feature sets.
Jul 11 2017
Jun 15 2017
@Justin I have tested it certbot --help, which normally caused crashes due to missing dependencies, and at time of submission showed the help text. I have not used it to request and certificate and am running into issues with doing so - nothing to do with certbot, which is working fine so far, but rather GitLab pages isn't displaying the challenge text. I'm assuming certbot does its job, though, given how often it errored out before.
Jun 14 2017
Moved runtime deps to rundeps
Moved runtime deps to rundeps
Jun 8 2017
I'm also running into this issue on my optimus laptop.
May 28 2017
I thought it was the Gnome Tweak Tool, but after a short hiatus with Arch Linux and a reinstall of Solus, autostart has the correct permissions and seems to work fine....
May 8 2017
Specified what this diff is for (T3063 Certbot)
I'm not sure if I need to make another issue as before or if the diff takes the place of that, but python-configargparse is diff D68
This was one of the remaining dependencies for certbot. I'm working on getting the last few patches up in my free time.
I'm assuming I link to the new patch here: D60
May 1 2017
Apr 24 2017
@iachopolo It's probably part of how it detects the Windows bootloader. I installed Solus in a dual boot on a computer that was running Windows 10 but came with Vista and it detected the bootloader as Windows Vista. I personally doubt it's related to this issue, but others will know better than me.
Apr 22 2017
Doesn't Retroarch already cover the territory of a multi-system emulator? I believe it has a command-line interface as well as multiple graphical interfaces too.
Apr 21 2017
The reason I had it here was because the error message was that python-requests required the package to be installed, while other times it would say that certbot required a certain package. My guess is that python-ndg-httpsclient is an optional dependency of python-requests. I will do as you suggest though and add the dependency to certbot instead.
It's still an issue on my end after the latest updates
Apr 17 2017
There are some dependencies that require one or more of the current subtasks to land before running make will work. Should I wait or upload the other patches based on them working when I used ypkg?
Apr 15 2017
Okay, well I have some patches to add for various dependencies for certbot. Since I started trying to package it, they released a new version that seems to have added a dependency on argparse which, as far as I can tell, is supposed to be bundled with Python 2.7, but running certbot errors without the extra python-argparse package.
Apr 5 2017
I thought I would try to package certbot myself and put the patch up here. So far I've come across 10 unpackaged python library dependencies, one of whose error message is
Mar 31 2017
Mar 27 2017
Mar 23 2017
FWIW, dwarf fortress is available in the Arch Linux repos, so it's possible this game could be made available in the Solus repos too.
Mar 21 2017
@ikey from glancing around the docs and what I remember of previous openSUSE use, it is intended for / usage. Or, at least, it can be used on / and is used in such a way by openSUSE, e.g. in case a system upgrade goes awry.
I'm not sure I follow the logic: the network connection fails on some networks but not others, therefore the issue has nothing to do with the network? Surely if that were the case you would see the connection drop on all networks? I agree that it's likely a driver issue, but I think the network itself plays a role as well.
Went back and tried to reproduce this. Was able to reproduce when trying to save a new file. Existing files default the save directory to the one they are currently located in, as expected. New files default to /.
Mar 14 2017
For my own personal use case, it would be to generate certificates for my websites on the shared server I pay for. They do not have integrated support for Let's Encrypt so I have to run the client from my personal machine and upload the generated certificate to the server. I could download the standalone version, but having it available as a system package means automatically getting updates - updates to Certbot seem to occur about once every two weeks.
Mar 13 2017
I'm assuming @baimafeima is talking about certificate generation in particular, which I would also like to see. The official client is CertBot, but given that the Solus Devs like Go, there is also acmetool (these are also two of the tools mentioned in the above openSUSE article). Certbot is in multiple distributions' core repositories while acmetool has third party repos or build scripts available for multiple distros and is packaged in the Void Linux core repos.
I prefer the DMZ-White cursor theme, particularly on otherwise dark themes. I'm not a fan of how Adwaita is black with a white border on dark backgrounds and white with a black border on light backgrounds. Maybe if it was the other way around, but I'd prefer that my mouse cursor didn't change color at all.
Mar 10 2017
I am still convinced that this issue is at least in part caused due to the network that the computer is connected to, as I don't recall it happening on my home network. I can't double check this for another week since I'm at university, where my network issue is happening.
Mar 9 2017
Last time an issue like this happened for me (on another distro), I had done something to make my user's home directory inaccessible. This could be done by deleting the folder, a separate /home partition not being mounted, bad permissions settings, etc. Is it possible anything like that could be the problem?
@cavaughan I linked to my own issue and the issue is actually the same as listed here. I did reread the details of my own task and edit it to make that more clear. As far as logs, I couldn't find anything either.
This is almost certainly related to T1406
Feb 27 2017
tlp has already been removed. I just updated the system in case it would fix anything, but no. The connection still hung after a few minutes. I am usually connected to a VPN and I thought that perhaps it was the issue, but it still happened when I removed the "autoconnect to VPN" option.
Feb 11 2017
Incremented the release number and updated the patch linked in the task
Feb 10 2017
Feb 4 2017
Jan 29 2017
I have tlp installed as part of the default installation and the systemd process is indeed running.
Dec 19 2016
Not sure if this is related to an issue of mine:
Dec 3 2016
There may be a branch with updates, but Solus uses versioned release archives, not the master.zip file from GitHub. The last version released on GitHub is from 2013.
Are you using a machine with hybrid graphics? I believe this is a known issue for machines with hybrid graphics when you try to install the binary driver.
Nov 25 2016
Nov 18 2016
Whoops. Didn't find the task I made when I searched... -_-
Nov 13 2016
That is not a link to the source tarball, it is a link to the page on which you can download it. To get the tarball links from SourceForge you'll need to start a download and then copy the download link. It will look something like this: