- User Since
- May 3 2018, 1:57 PM (142 w, 2 d)
Sun, Jan 10
@Girtablulu , I've upgraded to 5.10.5-167.current and can confirm that suspend and wake are working as expected.
Wed, Jan 6
Testing prior xorg-server as requested by @Girtablulu
Fri, Jan 1
Sat, Dec 26
Dec 18 2020
Nov 25 2020
Acceptance criteria: PulseAudio now creates separate stereo and mono (voice) sinks for the headset
Nov 11 2020
Oct 16 2020
The last update in the repo was on Jul 10. There is still no tarball. I'm closing this out for now and will create a new task if/when there's an update to the plugin.
- HP driver and plugin testing
Oct 13 2020
@thumos333 I experienced this problem as well, and not the symptoms described in T9069. I'd agree with @serebit that these are two separate issues.
This is what I did to get the plugin installed. I've got an HP Color LaserJet Pro M478f-9f
Sep 25 2020
- Virtual Machine Manager testing result
Sep 16 2020
I installed vm-manager on my dev VM where it had never been installed before for testing
I experienced the same issue and confusion when I installed virt-manager on my system and later figured out I needed to manually run
sudo systemctl enable libvirtd
For what it's worth all the entries on http://www.fileformat.info/info/emoji/browsertest.htm look right to me
The emoji on http://www.alanwood.net/unicode/emoticons.html also look right
@Fox can you provide more detail on exactly what actions you took in LibreOffice Writer to try to enable "automatic syllabification"?
Also, I wanted to make sure we're on the same page regards to terminology. I don't find that in their help docs, but I do find docs on how to automatically hyphenate text (which would relate to needing a hypen package). Are you talking about hyphenation?
Taking a look
Aug 29 2020
Aug 28 2020
Aug 6 2020
After looking into this with DataDrake, it looks like it's trying to build against pidgin-3 and failing dependencies when it sees pidgin 2. Holding off on updating this for now since there aren't any user complaints and the current version of the plugin is working.
Aug 2 2020
Jul 31 2020
Corrected version number
Jul 30 2020
I have a newer HP mfd that is recognized in Ubuntu on a Lenovo Flex (There it's not because of newer hplip since it's not installed there. I've got libscan-hpaio installed on that)
Updated with new libgnt. Fixes finch having gone missing
Depends on D9339
Updated package.yml to keep docs
Jul 29 2020
- Fixing merge conflict
- Updated files after running make
Jul 26 2020
This plugin hasn't been updated upstream, so it doesn't need an update in Solus. I'm leaving it available for someone else to pick up as maintainer, since I don't have a Facebook account so I can't properly test it.
Submitted newer version in D9319
The maintainer of the upstream package has moved code from mercurial to github, after mercurial shut down. There are no newer tarballs yet, the plugin doesn't need to be updated at this time.
Jul 22 2020
I'm working on an update
Jul 21 2019
Apologies. I forgot this task was out here. This was no longer a problem when I tested out the current ISO recently.
Sep 26 2018
I've been able to reproduce the issue of there being multiple entries for Okular under the "Open With" dialog. It was reproduced on Ubuntu Budgie, so it's likely not Solus specific, but the application installer.
May 19 2018
This is the live ISO dated 2018-02-12
It doesn't have kdenetwork-filesharing installed
I tried what you suggested and ran that command in terminal
It was successful and created the appropriate symlinks