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- May 5 2017, 8:22 PM (193 w, 3 d)
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Nov 1 2020
Patched to 5.5.2 and I can confirm that the tray icon is back!
Oct 31 2020
Sorry for the delay everyone! I'd missed the notification for this. I'll give it a build & test tomorrow to see if we can't get the tray icon to work again.
Jul 31 2020
Jun 4 2020
May 30 2020
May 22 2020
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May 19 2020
@JoshStrobl Thanks for your work on this fix! I can confirm that the latest patch in the unstable repository fixed the issue for me. Also I did not have budgie-desktop-branding-livecd installed on my system.
May 17 2020
May 7 2020
@JoshStrobl I think this might have gotten lost in the stack, but the new version of Magic Wormhole in the unstable repository requires this as a runtime dependency.
May 2 2020
May 1 2020
@JoshStrobl thanks for the comments on removing the redundant cds. I'll remember adding the -C directory flag to the make macros in the future is a much cleaner solution.
- Replaced build step cds with make flags to look into build directory instead. Thanks Josh!
- Fixed legacy description formatting.
Apr 30 2020
I just saw scrolling through recent patches that EbonJaeger already submitted a patch to update this a few days ago with D8749. Apologies on the duplicate patch.
@livingsilver94 I hope this helps! Starting in 9.1 you now have to compile gdb in a different directory from it's source which is a little weird in the packaging world.
Apr 29 2020
Apr 28 2020
I took a bit longer than normal to test out the latest build but everything looks good! D8754 should fix this request.
Apr 23 2020
@adurante I just built 1.7.6. I'll test it out for a couple of hours and if all goes well, I'll submit the patch tonight.
Apr 12 2020
I've been holding off on updating Mailspring to 1.7.4 because since it's release there have been a massive up-tick in in issues on Mailspring's Github page and 1.7.4 appears to break the ability to add new IMAP accounts. I'm following the issues closely however and I'll keep this thread up-to-date if there are changes and update once the issues are fixed.
Mar 19 2020
Wow! I'd totally forgotten about package kit and this patch. Nice job doing some spring cleaning @JoshStrobl :)
Feb 23 2020
Feb 15 2020
Awesome! I'll get on this later tonight.
Feb 14 2020
@JoshStrobl I'll keep an eye out for it! (Well...unless my screen freezes :P)
Feb 10 2020
I experienced this issue on both a Dell XPS 15 and 13 which have HDA-Intel integrated sound cards.
Feb 6 2020
I just had my system lock up again. Happens maybe 1-3 times a week at irregular times. After scrubbing the journal I found these entries just before the system graphics froze. @DataDrake let me know if there's anything else you need/I can help test.
Jan 25 2020
@Jacalz no worries. Keep up the good work with Brave :P
Jan 21 2020
Dec 14 2019
Oh nice! Good find @kyrios123.
@JoshStrobl The GitHub for this project has been archived and the author mentions at the top it's no longer active/maintained. Should we still proceed with packaging this?
Oct 16 2019
Sep 19 2019
Might be related to this bug on Budgie's Github?
Jul 19 2019
Thanks! I promise I'll figure out the sorting at some point :)
Sorted dependencies properly
Fixed git history
After updating to the latest version in the unstable repository I can confirm that I now only have one breeze-cursor option and it works in Flatpak apps. However, after updating breeze my system reverted to Adwaita (after a reboot) and I had to reinstall the breeze-cursor theme through eopkg to get it to show up in budgie desktop settings.
Jul 18 2019
@Girtablulu I can confirm that using breeze-cursor now no longer breaks flatpak apps. However, I'm still seeing two breeze cursor themes in the budgie desktop settings.
Jul 15 2019
Alright, thank you for taking a look!
Jul 6 2019
Fixed build to package shared library object. Thanks @aleksvor!
Jul 5 2019
Jul 4 2019
Jun 17 2019
May 7 2019
It looks like the Clear Linux team is no longer interested in integrating this into clr-boot-manager. If all that needed, is to mount the /boot partition before running fwupd, maybe we could consider integrating this with eopkg for the time being, and then sol later on.
Apr 25 2019
Gnome thunderbolt settings appear to be functioning as expected after installing bolt from the software center.
Apr 13 2019
Apr 9 2019
Have you disabled thunderbolt security in your laptop's BIOS? I'd also checkout this article which references that you might need to update the dock's firmware for a more stable experience in Linux.
Apr 6 2019
Mar 18 2019
- Changed yarn install to yarn
Feb 26 2019
@Juankz I solved this issue on my Dell XPS 15 9560 by adding the kernel parameter acpi_rev_override=1.