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- Sep 12 2016, 3:17 AM (351 w, 4 d)
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Sep 12 2018
Sep 4 2018
Why not? I know it's up to you to include it or not but I thought this would be very helpful for myself to diagnose the system. So why is this rejected for inclusion?
Sep 3 2018
I've contacted an IBus developer and perhaps they found a solution: https://github.com/ibus/ibus/issues/2038
Sep 2 2018
I didn't have openjdk-8 installed. The only issue remaining for me is the flickering of the LibreOffice writer icon in the panel but I think this could be a Budgie issue.
I'm using Solus Budgie as well. It starts but when launching it from the terminal I get the following message:
Aug 31 2018
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Aug 28 2018
Added latest link to tarball. Could we re-open this issue? It's an amazingly beautiful theme.
This has been one of the most long-lived bugs. For me it's still a critical one and I hope as the community grows there's eventually someone who will find a solution to it. There has also been some related discussion on GitHub on this issue: https://github.com/solus-project/budgie-desktop/issues/729
If I find some time I'll try to work on it.
@der_eismann It would be great to have Ring in the repository. Would you still help package and maintain it?
I know Zotero is available as a flatpak. What I meant is whether there are plans to make flatpaks such as Zotero which are hosted on flathub available for graphical installation via the Solus Software Center.
Aug 27 2018
Asking around if anyone is able to package and maintain this (unfortunately I'm unable to do any packaging). Having a well-integrated networkmanager-strongswan is the only way for me to connect to an algo server from Solus. It would not work with libreswan which was requested elsehwere.
I've originally requested this package and it's still one of my most wanted packages I'd like to see in Solus as a native package. Would Zotero at least be a candidate for flatpaks which are directly installable via the new Software Center or would this only be the case for Solus-hosted flatpaks and not those from flathub?
Aug 24 2018
Could this issue be closed in favour of T1001?
Aug 23 2018
I agree with @LanceHaverkamp that Duplicati is a much better choice as backup software and CrashPlan doesn't have a plan for home users anymore and would be third party.
Aug 22 2018
<PartOf>PLEASE FILL ME IN</PartOf>
I think it's currently nowhere to be found, unless you search for it specifically?
Aug 21 2018
There's a new GitHub repo: https://github.com/mnemosyne-proj/mnemosyne/archive/2.6.1.tar.gz
Aug 17 2018
Aug 16 2018
@Devil505 Thanks a lot for pointing me to this. It looks like a very promising project, similar to Fruho (T1503) which was or still is not compatible to systemd operating systems and was hence rejected from inclusion into the repository. I like the convenience of this (as I personally have to use different commercial VPN providers due to censorship issues in the countries I travel and work) but when given a choice, I'd prefer a solution without another party involved which I have to evaluate in terms of its trustworthiness. Do you know anything about the developer? How trustworthy is the project?
@DataDrake @Devil505 Thanks, I've made a request for the new MullvadVPN client and will take a look at qomui as well.
Yes, but the azclient currently doesn't support Wireguard but is necessary to easily connect to non-Wireguard servers.
@i42870 I am not using Solus MATE at the moment, so I cannot confirm whether your suggestion works. In any case, I hope it won't be necessary to adjust this manually and I will reinstall Solus MATE once the IBus issue is sorted out. I'm not sure whether it's on the roadmap for Solus 4 though.
Aug 15 2018
@DataDrake The new app is out now: https://mullvad.net/en/blog/2018/8/14/linux-users-official-release-mullvad-vpn-app/
Thanks a lot! @DataDrake
I would greatly appreciate if someone can help package this.
May 20 2018
1.3.0 is out now: https://github.com/rime/ibus-rime/archive/1.3.0.tar.gz
Can this be re-opened?
Do you need any more info from my side?
I think this was closed a bit too quickly. If re-opened, I'll add my thoughts to it.
I'm not sure what you mean by "macOS part". I think it'll be important to mention that this is an independently developed hence unofficial desktop client which only functions in conjunction with having WeChat installed on a mobile phone (similar to Kontalk). A new user may also be misled into thinking that it is entirely open source which it is not. Only the application is open source, the protocol is proprietary.
May 7 2018
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Apr 16 2018
Any updates about this task?
Apr 10 2018
Nice to see that they also recently fixed Budgie bugs: https://github.com/vinceliuice/Canta-theme/commit/a35af8daf4cd170c28b427d1fcc218c24094a557
They have released tarballs now: https://github.com/vinceliuice/Canta-theme/archive/Canta-theme_2018_03_28.tar.gz
Apr 2 2018
Any updates about this one? I already have two printers in China that could be enabled with this package.
Mar 26 2018
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Feb 10 2018
During my Windows time I used MetaData Stripper: http://codewelt.com/stripper
MAT looks like it comes closest to it and I don't know of any better alternative.
- I checked with the developer via https://github.com/linode/python-linode-api/issues/89
- I run a Streisand server on a Linode VPS and this package is required on the local machine. If ineligible, the older package would also work I think: https://github.com/tjfontaine/linode-python
Feb 2 2018
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Jan 27 2018
@Raymonf Did you try ibus-cangjie?
Jan 25 2018
I'm not sure who we're trying to appeal to by doing that? The site is pretty free of technical jargon, as we're not trying to appeal explicitly to Linux enthusiasts, rather, we're trying to be an OS for everyone.
@yaomtc Are you talking about the NetworkManager Applet or the network settings in GNOME? What type of VPN connection is it?
Would be interesting to know how this compares to Evince and perhaps MuPDF (-->T2156).
Jan 24 2018
Looks like there is some movement: https://github.com/BelledonneCommunications/linphone-desktop/commit/d81a0ee59168902b00134701968b5862144b1518
This issue is also related to: https://www.reddit.com/r/SolusProject/comments/7ri05w/hope_solus_4_would_have_grub_to_dual_boot_with/
Jan 22 2018
It was previously an Electron-based application but has also been recently rewritten in C++.
Jan 21 2018
Don't really see why this is needed over simply downloading the wallpapers you want from GitHub directly.
Jan 20 2018
Jan 19 2018
Yeah or similar to what @joebonrichie has suggested for T4954. The reason behind this - for me at least - is quite simple: give the user maximum control over the programme. If you want to install a specific programme but it comes bundled with tons of others you don't want (of course dependencies are a different issue and they are necessary ingredients in the actual "dish"), the installation essentially circumvents a user's consent.
@joebonrichie I think a distinction between android-tools-adb and android-tools-fastboot solves this quite neatly as the "bundled use case" remains clear but would still allow for separate installation and hence more control over the programme.
I would prefer to be able to install applets individually, never really liked bundles. There may be technical reasons, that is, when a software is very often used in conjunction with another one, as could be argued is the case with android-tools in T4954. But then this is really a problem with the author of the repository in the first place. Maybe it should be discussed there?
Jan 18 2018
Related to T4583.
@theSoenke Thanks for packaging. Looks like it hasn't been reviewed yet.
Opened for re-evaluation given there was a 2017 bugfix update and the C++ rewrite has currently no active development.
Jan 17 2018
Has there already been a reply by the dev?
Opened for re-evaluation given the packaging policy has since changed.
Jan 16 2018
Yeah, I've raised an issue on their github tracker a long time ago but have never gotten a reply: https://github.com/WinterLicht/Chaos-Projectile/issues/13
The latest version should have fixed it. @stigarn
I think what @CamCamCamCam meant was to move Franz from Third Party to the Solus repository as it is open source since version 5.
Duplicate of T4838.
Jan 9 2018
Wireguard is working well in China and would be tremendously helpful in circumventing the nasty censorship system at place. I am running a Streisand server and would love to be able to use Wireguard on Solus. See: https://github.com/StreisandEffect/streisand/pull/1119
Isn't there a possibility to add wireguard-dkms modules as distribution packages to the repository? To my knowledge, these would not have to be rebuilt when kernels are rebuilt. See: https://launchpad.net/~wireguard/+archive/ubuntu/wireguard (Ubuntu), https://packages.debian.org/sid/wireguard-dkms (Debian), https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/jdoss/wireguard/ (Fedora)
Jan 8 2018
You might want to reconsider my original request after reading this article and in light of the meltdown and spectre vulnerabilities: https://www.lawfareblog.com/spectre-advertising-meltdown-what-you-need-know