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- Jan 4 2018, 10:00 AM (67 w, 3 d)
Thu, Apr 18
Sun, Apr 14
Sat, Apr 13
Woops, totally did not see that when I searched for "keepassxc" ^^
Fix formatting mistake
Wed, Apr 10
Mon, Apr 8
Hmm, I had no issues running Proton/SteamPlay games with the native runtime so far.
Sun, Apr 7
Well, I'd definitely be willing to package this for Solus if this request gets accepted (in fact I've already done the base work as a test).
Tue, Apr 2
Oh, interesting little tool. I just played around with it for a bit. Not sure what I would use it for, but it's good fun ^^
Fri, Mar 29
Oh interesting. Vivaldi from the repository doesn't work?
Thank you for the additional data point! Not sure where to go from here to be honest. I did quite a bit of googling and tinkering around but I'm way out of my depth in this case.
Thu, Mar 28
Please look at this template on how to file a proper package request: https://getsol.us/articles/packaging/request-a-package/en/
This seems very related:
Journalctl shows the following after selecting "Run this plugin"
Tue, Mar 26
Haha, oh my, good catch. Those sneaky updates.
Mon, Mar 25
Sat, Mar 23
Hmm, it works when run as root with disabled sandbox (NOT RECOMMENDED). No idea what the underlying issue is though.
No problem, for some reason I didn't see it when I did a quick search
Note: There was another Steam update see here and the problem is fixed now, even without these changes. But I guess they don't hurt? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Mar 22 2019
There was a new Steam Beta update that was supposed to fix the issue (but didn't)
Mar 21 2019
Doesn't work with the dev channel version either. I wanted to try the Chromium snap too for good measure but ran into a snap-related problem ^^
Hmm, right, I can't get it to work either. Selecting "Run this plugin" does nothing, and I've tried pretty much everything. Weird.
I'll take a look at it
Mar 20 2019
Mar 19 2019
Mar 17 2019
Mar 8 2019
Yeah, in the past I always removed the Windows-only stuff and edited the changelog more. This time I realized that I wasn't sure this was the proper way to do it, i.e. "am I even supposed to edit changelogs like that?", so I just "blatantly" copied it as is.
Teamviewer 14 is already part of the 3rd party repository
Mar 7 2019
Thanks for the input, Harvey. I will abandon this revision though, since I don't use atop anyway, and can't find the time at the moment to get into it.
This was born out of a sleepy idea to just finish one more package inclusion before going to bed, which clearly isn't a good idea 😆
Hopefully someone else can look into this (or I'll pick it up again when I have more time on my hands).
Unfortunately no new applications are being added to the 3rd-party repository. Also this program seems to require a log-in to even access the downloads. There might also be EULA issues, but I haven't checked that.
Mar 6 2019
Whoops, thanks for fixing the changelog, I somehow switched that around on accident.
Mar 3 2019
Something about the package deltas is bugged. DataDrake just said that it might take a bit to fix this.
Yeah, DataDrake is fixing this atm.
Feb 27 2019
Don't create var/log folder at installation
Okay, thanks for the feedback. I suspected this wasn't the right way, but since I'm still somewhat of a Linux newb I wasn't completely sure. Will fix it at soon as I find the time.
Feb 26 2019
Thanks for the heads-up! I'll take a look at it today.
Feb 25 2019
Feb 23 2019
Feb 20 2019
Feb 1 2019
Jan 31 2019
Tested on my Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti as per joebonrichie's instructions. Hardware acceleration seems to work fine with this update in VLC (~3% CPU utilization with hardware decoding, ~8-10% without in the video I tested).
Jan 30 2019
Jan 28 2019
Jan 20 2019
Weird, works fine on my fresh Solus Unstable VM, my Solus Unstable PC, and my Solus Stable laptop. Also that check should be gone since version 2.1.6 (see this commit: https://github.com/dae/anki/commit/3cb073878a13079185be8fde9f70401da297bbdf) (the version that allowed initial inclusion into the Solus repo). Could you try a reinstall of anki perhaps? Not sure what is happening here.
I'll take a look, since it worked fine on my PC.
Jan 6 2019
Jan 3 2019
Dec 26 2018
Dec 25 2018
Probably should've kept the other stuff from the newer commit. I could do this later, have to go now.
Reverting the latest python-rope update makes Spyder3 launch again.
Oh yeah, I'm getting the same error. Investigating...
Dec 20 2018
Dec 18 2018
Update to 415.23
Nevermind, 415.25 has been released, will update soon
Dec 17 2018
Dec 16 2018
Dec 12 2018
@108saimon I just removed and re-installed Chrome from the Software Center without a problem. Could you try it again? Maybe you just got unlucky and ran into some sort of connection issue between you and the google download servers.
Installing Chrome works fine for me, and it's at the latest version for stable. A dev-channel update was released yesterday (after I already went to bed), which I will update to in a couple minutes.