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- Oct 19 2016, 1:30 PM (180 w, 2 d)
Oct 1 2018
I remember @JoshStrobl mentioned (I'm pretty sure it was Joshua) that they were considering Polo as one of a few replacements for Nautilus. It was a while ago so I don't know where that stands now, maybe he can comment here.
Sep 10 2018
Diff created - https://dev.getsol.us/D3784
Sep 2 2018
If its okay, I plan to do the update for this package. Already have the eopkg built, just need to do some testing.
Aug 16 2018
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May 19 2018
Add summary of changes from 3.1.5 to 3.2.3.
The updates from 3.1.5 to 3.2.3 include several bug fixes and new a bunch of new features. Some of bigger additions:
May 13 2018
Sounds good, I wanted to make sure I didn't miss anything in the process. Thanks!
@kyrios123, is there anything else I need to do for the diff I created above?
May 7 2018
Release notes available here.
May 5 2018
May 3 2018
Update pulseeffects to 3.2.3.
- Update pulseeffects to 3.2.3.
May 2 2018
They're building snap versions for this. The latest version (1.2.0) installs fine as a snap.
May 1 2018
I'd like to do this patch if possible as I'd like to help out more. If I had any questions could I ping you, would you mind?
Apologies, I wasn't aware you needed that for updates. The updates from 3.1.5 to 3.2.3 include several bug fixes and a few convenience features in regards to management of presets. Also, the
I'm hitting this error as well. Rolling back to 0.13.1 got me up and running again.
Apr 30 2018
It's a really solid markdown editor, fully customizable. I'd love to see this in the repo.
Jul 9 2017
My company switched from GoToMeeting to Zoom and thus it's required for me. Sure would be nice to have it in the repos.
Apr 8 2017
My employer also requires us to use Zoom.
Nov 17 2016
Thanks @DataDrake. I've used Robomongo in the past and loved it, but for whatever reason I thought they were no longer open source after their Indiegogo. Glad to hear its still open source.
Nov 15 2016
Thanks for pointing this one out, I was searching in the Software Center and didn't see it. I'll be sure to also search eopkg as well. The app is very good. The main difference is that PomoDoneApp allows for integration with task management applications such as Todoist, Trello, Slack, Asana, Evernote, Toodledo, etc., which is quite nice.
Nov 13 2016
Permissions that I'd have to change to get the application to work if installed into /opt/saleae-logic:
Need to determine permissions after installation. Readme states that it needs write access to install location.
Nov 12 2016
I agree with @DataDrake. Even virtualenvwrapper's install instructions tell you to do that:
Tested with Yubikey NEO and works great now.
Nov 9 2016
That did the trick, thanks @DataDrake.
FWIW, I was able to sudo pip3 install --upgrade pip.
The only stevedore package I found was python-stevedore 1.17.1, for python2.
Still getting error:
@Botanium I've done that, but doesn't fix the error I'm getting.
Nov 8 2016
@aldoiljazi Latest version as of today, 16.10.6
Apologies, thought I searched for it.
Nov 7 2016
@yursan9 That's exactly what I'm doing and it fails to load virtualenvwrapper due to the files not getting loaded (during install) in the python3.5 site-packages folder.
Here are the icons (png), in sizes:
Nov 6 2016
I just noticed that in the most recent released version, you can designate the install location (Settings):
I'll give meld a look, thanks. I've been a longtime BCompare user (paid) and figured there may be other users as well.
Which other solutions allow you to remote desktop to your machine. I use Remmina to remote to other machines, but I use AnyDesk when I'm away and need to remote to my desktop when I'm traveling or at work. The only other solution I know of is Guacamole (open source) but its pretty involved in setting it up - https://guacamole.incubator.apache.org. AnyDesk is free for single user and extremely easy to setup/configure.
I just realized they only are providing a shell script and not a tarball so I'm not sure if this is something that can or should be packaged. A new version is slated to be released soon, supposedly some big changes, so maybe they'll change to distributing a deb, rpm, or tarball. Until then, I'm guessing this can't be packaged.
Nov 5 2016
Nov 4 2016
Could we add the HL-3170CDW model?
Nov 3 2016
This may get fixed in a coming update: