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- Jun 13 2019, 7:59 AM (96 w, 6 d)
Feb 14 2021
I filed it here as I believed this to be a matter of configuration of the package, not an issue of tracker3 itself.
However, I saw that for example Arch just places them inside /usr/lib/tracker3/ which is shared between the two packages, so maybe tracker3 does not support having different folders at all.
Would this approach be possible on Solus?
May 21 2020
Thank you for the fast response and the patch!
May 20 2020
Mar 17 2020
Jan 20 2020
Ok, the command works and so does my touchpad. Thanks a lot!
Just a question: this will be seamless as soon as the packages hit stable? Or will I need to do something on next sync?
Alright, but unfortunately my time is almost up and I won't be able to do this before a few hours. I'll answer as soon as I can.
Thanks for the work you are putting.
I have nothing fancy installed, just
linux-current - Linux kernel image and modules (current) nvidia-glx-driver-current - NVIDIA Binary Driver (Current Kernel) virtualbox-current - VirtualBox host modules for the linux-current kernel virtualbox-guest-current - VirtualBox guest additions for the linux-current kernel
virtualbox-guest could even be uninstalled I think (not inside a VM), but it'll stay there in the meantime.
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but despite looking similar, the two patches are not the same.
I think the patch you sent adds
.is_offset = SPT_GPI_IS,
inside SPT_COMMUNITY, while the patch I linked adds it to SPTH_COMMUNITY
(you can recognize it by the line
.pin_base = (s),
This patch was not applied, you can check in the source currently used to build linux-current, where there is no SPT_GPI_IS inside SPTH_COMMUNITY.
If I'm wrong I will submit the bug to the kernel bug tracker.