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- Feb 10 2017, 12:00 AM (294 w, 4 d)
May 3 2018
FYI, there's a snap for this.
Oct 29 2017
I’ve been completely mobile the last couple of months. However I tried to use HDMI two days ago for audio output and had no HDMI source listed. I’ve not had time to investigate further.
Jun 26 2017
@DataDrake Sorry. I was trying to help out. I thought the Package Request > Backlog were things that needed patches.
updated package.yml per JoshStrobl request.
Jun 22 2017
Okay. Sorry about that.
here's the request: https://dev.solus-project.com/T3875
created package: https://dev.solus-project.com/D464
here's the request: https://dev.solus-project.com/T3892
created the package https://dev.solus-project.com/D459
I created a package request: https://dev.solus-project.com/T3929
oops. I guess I should have made the request before doing this.
Jun 21 2017
Apr 27 2017
I was wrong. I've since had this happen without hexchat open. It seems like the notification is on top but it's window decorations are behind it. It seems to happen more with youtube notifications, but that may be a coincidence.
Apr 18 2017
Apr 5 2017
I hope I did this correctly.
I added the description to the summary.
Apr 4 2017
I used the short description from the Tinc GitHub mirror. Would "Client/server for Tinc VPN" be better for the summary?
Apr 3 2017
Mar 23 2017
I'd be willing to maintain it once I learn how to package it.
Feb 11 2017
I have a similar issue (not sure if it should be a separate ticket). My external display is set to primary. When my screens have been blanked and I unplug the HDMI, I get the login screen background on my laptop but no top panel or login prompt. Typing does not log me in (might have been a number lock issue), nor can I get my pointer to show up on the laptop screen. Plugging the HDMI back in for even a fraction of a second brings the login prompt to the laptop screen.
Feb 10 2017
Should anyone want to install tinc, here are instructions: How to install tinc on Solus
I would like this as well. I use tinc to manage my client's desktops and servers remotely. Tinc is in every major distribution, so it's likely that many people use it. Tinc also offers features that other VPN's don't. Why would this be anymore of a security risk than openvpn? The project is not dead either, there was a commit 2017-01-15.