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- Feb 26 2019, 12:21 PM (173 w, 6 d)
Mar 15 2019
Ok thank you for your time, also updated my previous comment sorry.
You don't need to support snap or flatpack, the google play music manager is a deb file, just repackage it like the other applications have been done on Solus
Mar 14 2019
it does way more than default gnome sound recorder with much more features than default gnome sound recorder and a much nicer and simpler tool than Audacity to do a simple recording of your desktop audio or specific audio of an application which default gnome sound recorder can do, much prefer this and it's simplicity over Audacity
Mar 9 2019
Isn't that the point of 3rd party in the software center tho? while I know this now a new user is going to expect/not know better and find other stuff in the 3rd party section in the software center and find that it's not on there and not know how to do it or maybe even not know how to use the terminal unlike myself, it would be much easier and convient for the user if it was on there I mean again why else would the others and the 3rd party section exist.
I couldn't see it under 3rd party and the steps I found for TeamViewer on solus installed 13 not 14
Mar 8 2019
Confirmed the new version of teamviewer aka Teamviewer 14.1.18533_amd64 works fine and doesn't have the issue, I will make a request for Teamviewer 14
Mar 3 2019
No no, it's not a 404 issue it's just an issue with the software tool updating but using the command to do the same think fixes it on a fresh install. :)
Mar 1 2019
That's true but that's a companies decision to do that not the users, they shouldn't be punished for stupid company decisions also my laptop is from 2016 it isn't that old and we shouldn't limit users and should have an exception for this scenario, I'm not saying 32 bit support for the OS needs to be done I mean I can understand why it's being dropped as 64bit is far better and the norm but if a 64bit laptop has a 32bit OS that's a different story and the 32bit bios should be supported as many laptops old and still new might do this.
But I'm not using a 32bit laptop? it's a 64bit laptop but does it have to do wit the bios itself being 32bit dispute the laptop being 64bit? could there be an exception to a weird case like this because it uses a 64bit OS which is due to Lenovo's decisions and not supporting it or other laptops from other companies who do weird stuff like this on 64bit laptops will only stop using this great OS and will effect the amount of people wanting to use this OS if you could imagine the amount of low end 64bit notebooks that might have this weird 32bit bios on it and a new user not even knowing this after buying a laptop to use Solus.
Hmm I see well Ubuntu and Manjaro boot after being installed on the Ideapad 100s, I didn't even bother to boot Windows 10 when I got it as I just just wiped it as soon as I got it and installed Xubuntu 16.04 LTS when I originally got it in 2016 no problems but as pcwizzy37 said which got to look int into my install and try and manually get systemd to set a boot device in my bios and be bootable but wasn't successful as it seems to not work with eMMC from his diagnosis and he is much more knowledgeable in systemD than me.
I haven't tested it under other DE's on Solus but team viewer for examples works fine on Ubuntu/Ubuntu based systems and Arch
Feb 28 2019
Well it's simuar and may be different or have more features but just like other software like Libre office or WPS office as one example it's good to have support for more software and choice/preferences instead of limiting users which have the choice to use both or more on other distros.
I can confirm that by extracting the data.tar.gz files from the chrome remote desktop deb file and moving them to your root directory works despite this bug that present with remote desktop tools in Solus which I have reported:https://dev.getsol.us/T7640
Yeah CPU X looks good to, it would be nice to also have the choice to use I-Nex as it's a nice tool to use if people prefer it
Feb 26 2019
Actually they do, on Mincraft.net's website it says and I quote
Don't need flatpack or snap package, just use the tar.gz of the new launcher and make it into a package on the repos which I suggested on my post.