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- Jan 20 2017, 5:55 PM (99 w, 4 d)
Mon, Dec 17
Sat, Dec 15
Resolved with inclusion of R4604
Just casually mentioning @kyrios123
Tue, Dec 11
Mon, Dec 10
Sun, Dec 9
Rebuild with new license
Fri, Dec 7
Yes, the assets are all compiled into the binary. If I don't execute make static-dist before I get the following error when compiling:
http/handler.go:125:147: undefined: assetFS
So this is working as intended I guess.
Remove debug commands
Wed, Dec 5
Tue, Dec 4
Fri, Nov 30
Sorry that it took so long... I needed to expand my knowledge of Go for this. You can build and try it if you want, we don't have a fully working vault environment (yet).
Wed, Nov 28
Updating to 2.2.2
Switch to ruby gems
Switching to ruby gems
Tue, Nov 27
Is there any guideline how ruby gems should be handled? Here it downloads the gem and then installs it, downloading the tarball works as well.
Mon, Nov 26
Can't switch to the old kernel because of new hardware. You're right, it's possible to mount via file manager, but can I put gvfs stuff into /etc/fstab?
Fri, Nov 23
Thanks for noticing!
Installing the correct binary
Making everyone happy
Remmina, Vinagre & KRDC need rebuilds I guess, there were no problems when I built them.
Only exception: For Vinagre the builddep yelp-tools-devel needs to be changed to yelp-tools.
Tue, Nov 20
What exactly doesn't match? Pspec is listing 5.2.5 packages and was created while building.
Nov 18 2018
Nov 15 2018
Oct 25 2018
Oct 24 2018
That's possible in theory via mod_md for Apache, although our version doesn't offer it yet. The main problem is the variety of plugins - even the download page says
Only choose plugins you trust
So what plugins do we trust? What plugins are needed by our users? Or do we ship it without any plugins?
And since nobody answered these questions for almost a year it seems like the demand is pretty low. Apart from that it's pretty easy to just download it from their website and run it.
Oct 23 2018
Update to 0.11.10
Sure, httpd or nginx.
Caddy is hard to package as I mentioned above. If you really want to use it just download & run it, there's no need for a package.
Removing unnecessary deps