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- Jan 20 2017, 5:55 PM (108 w, 1 h)
+1 from me. It's providing a nice overview for CPU, memory, HDD, temperatures and network all at once and is easy to understand.
Tue, Feb 12
Fri, Feb 8
I actually doesn't ignore the first key strokes, it just takes a bit until it's ready. Wait a few seconds and all your key strokes are recognized. I also didn't have the case that it is completely blank when entering the password.
However you are correct regarding the fact that it shouldn't be displayed until it's ready.
Fri, Feb 1
Please run update.sh on our webserver first :)
Was solved with D5023
make install is actually building and installing hub, so I am not sure in which step I should put it in.
Thu, Jan 31
They surely aren't any authority, it was just the best I could find on this topic. But LKDDB is correct - the module was experimental in Linux 2.6.38-3.3. When you scroll down a bit you can see it isn't experimental anymore and also supports more RAID levels in the latest kernels.
As a personal opinion I would always prefer a software RAID over a desktop chipset RAID, but that doesn't matter. Let the team decide whether to include it or not :)
Wed, Jan 30
The dm-raid module is indeed disabled in our kernel, see here. I'm not sure why this is exactly the case, but it looks like using software RAIDs with mdraid is the preferred option nowadays - at least the Arch wiki is saying the following:
Thu, Jan 24
On GitHub you can find them in the releases section of the project:
Can this be committed? :)
Can this be committed? :)
Tue, Jan 22
Jan 12 2019
Sorry, I forgot to mention an important detail. solbuild is designed to be an independent sandbox and as such doesn't have a network connection. But sometimes it is needed to pull some dependencies so you can enable networking.
Jan 11 2019
Jan 10 2019
Go packages can be a bit tricky to build in Solus. You can find an example at terraform.
Jan 7 2019
Dammit... I had the issue, too. The tests succeeded on my Solus laptop, but failed on my Ubuntu server with solbuild.
Going to try this again.
@DataDrake can you please commit this patch this week? Wiredtiger was already accepted last week and I didn't test the compatibility between new wiredtiger/old mongodb.
Jan 4 2019
I wouldn't add all users by default because this would allow them to do some stuff that normales requires root permissions (e.g. open ports < 1024). And this is literally the first result for googling docker without sudo.
Dec 28 2018
Decided to take a look at it, but this is funny. Seems like they don't build it with electron but instead expect to have a system-wide electron.
Latest version is 10.7, but it won't compile since it relies on wxWidgets >= 3.1.1, but this branch isn't stable yet. We can update to 10.5 and then wait for the wxWidgets update.
FTR: This shouldn't just be merged, as databases created with PostgreSQL 10 are not compatible with 11. The databases should be dumped before and restored afterwards. IIRC we did an announcement for the 10.5 upgrade, too.
This is already fixed with c35dc9e0c1c1 and will hit the repos soon. Just run eopkg up in an hour or something like that.
Sorry, I was lazy/dumb and pasted it by hand.
@JoshStrobl what's the status on that since we're on LLVM 7 now?