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- Oct 18 2016, 2:42 AM (214 w, 17 h)
Jul 3 2017
Interesting. I guess I could have done that. I too have not had any LUKS or disk encryption. I though I would be safe with w10 on a separate disk. I solved this by using the previously mentioned boot-repair.iso to get up and running. Then I removed the grub config file and reinstalled grub.
Jul 1 2017
This effects my installation also. I am able to boot my Solus installation using a boot repair iso on a thumb drive. https://sourceforge.net/projects/boot-repair-cd/ This is only a temporary fix. Once booted, I've tried reinstalling grub through the software center and terminal however this did not correct the problem. I will try the previously mentioned repair and recovery steps.
May 15 2017
Apr 5 2017
Ok i realize you do not wat tags changed. Triage sounded ominous. Noted. Apologies. So https://dev.solus-project.com/T3122 was merged with a closed request. In this new request I specified 1 of the 5 packages mention here previously with better information. They only release a new version with each major Kodi version. What criteria does it not meet for inclusion with respect to the rule changes since my last request?
Apr 2 2017
Dec 12 2016
That was the problem. Thank you sunnyflunk. I hope someone else finds this useful. I will drop over to the forums and ask more questions relating to the issue.
Dec 11 2016
Oct 24 2016
I find its GTK implementation nice. the overall setup is easy. I would like to add another link for more information.
Oct 18 2016
I understand. This was one of the few packages I did not find a replacement for when switching distros. I noticed Kodi 17 Beta 3 is currently available in Solus. While it may be an out of date package for v17, would this be a more appropriate link to submit? Thank you.