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- Aug 3 2016, 5:01 PM (253 w, 3 d)
Oct 21 2016
Sep 12 2016
Ok, I think I've got it this time. Using rebase I "squashed" the second commit into the first
ahh, I used git merge --squash <branch_name>
Attached is the squashed patch with the changes.
Aug 15 2016
Aug 4 2016
You probably already have this, but here's a list of dependencies (from Arch wiki, so naturally pkg names may be different):
I've been playing around with the app myself and am seeing the same issue. I found this in my Slack logs (~/.config/Slack/logs/rendere-*.log):
Aug 3 2016
Ok, my bad. Only been using it for a little over a week and had trouble finding info on how to do that, so I made a (admittedly bad) assumption.
I can respect that. I don't know a whole lot about Slack's underpinnings to know if its integrations require the desktop app or not, but I would ask if there are any plans to allow users to create their own eopkgs from rpms or debs so we can spin our own packages/repos or will Solus always be semi-locked down?