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- Jul 23 2018, 3:39 AM (103 w, 2 d)
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Mon, Jun 15
Well, I can manually override the boot so that it boots into the installed OS from the BIOS menu. But a system like Ubuntu's that prompts you to remove the USB before restarting would be more user-friendly.
@Girtablulu May I ask why that is?
Jun 12 2020
Jun 6 2020
Jun 3 2020
It seems to only find my webcam. I tried poking around the interface/settings but there doesn't seem to be an option to pick a different scanner.
Jun 2 2020
Just happened again. It sends a notification with title "could not find interface wlp7s0" and body "IP configuration was unavailable."
Jun 1 2020
May 30 2020
I have the same problem :(
May 28 2020
May 27 2020
Remove check because it fails
Address changes suggested by @livingsilver94
Add newline at end of flatpak.sysusers
Add newline at end of package.yml
May 26 2020
Creating the file /usr/lib/sysusers.d/flatpak.conf with contents u flatpak seems to fix it.
@Girtablulu yea, it seems like it's hardcoded to use a theme called "default" by default
May 25 2020
Finally fix git :)
Try again to fix git
May 24 2020
Oh, I wasn't intending to "bump" the task, I just wanted to show agreement with @TeenCorn. But I won't do that in the future
This also requires updating wlroots to 0.10.1
May 23 2020
@algent Taken care of. Thank you
The asdf maintainer is open to making it installed system-wide at some point in the future.
Yikes, I messed up with the version control. I'll get back to this when I can find time.
Try to fix git again
Fix broken git
Improve formatting of package.yml
May 22 2020
How is pulling in polkit-gnome, scrot and dmenu as required dependencies "simple defaults"? I don't even use dmenu with i3 (I use rofi) and you can very well use the KDE or MATE polkit daemon instead of the GNOME one...
I would argue that music player control, which is included in the default configuration, is more complex and inessential than wallpaper configuration.
May 21 2020
A question is, which wallpaper should be used? Should there be a special wallpaper for i3 like there is for KDE?
This isn't really a package request, since AFAIK all of the Fedora battery life changes are kernel config changes
Have you added doxygen as a builddep?
May 20 2020
@JoshStrobl Sorry about that, I'm back on Solus due to Gentoo being extremely troublesome :)
Update to 0.7.2, move patch and configure to setup step
Update python-humanfriendly to 8.2
May 11 2020
Apr 25 2020
Sorry for the nonresponse, and sorry for abandoning my patch after you guys spent a lot of your time teaching me about Solus packaging. I'm on Gentoo right now, with no intention of going back to Solus. I still believe Solus is the best distribution but I want to use the Sway window manager without a desktop environment and it's a bit harder to do that on Solus. I will try to set up a virtual machine to continue contributing to Solus, but I'm very busy with other stuff at the moment.
Mar 16 2020
@DataDrake It appears that this package is meant to be installed exclusively in the home directory, in a folder called ~/.asdf. It would require major patching to make it work system-wide. In light of this, is the package still accepted for inclusion?
@DataDrake I would be willing to package and maintain this. Could you catch me up on the progress so far in packaging this?
I'm using amdgpu too and I have no problems. How long does the freeze happen? Is it short or do you have to shut down your computer afterwards?
Mar 14 2020
Run lspci -k | grep -EA3 'VGA|3D|Display' and paste the output here
I'll have a differential ready by tonight.
It's been a few weeks?
@JoshStrobl What if we just replaced inetutils with iputils?
I have Ryzen 7 2700X and Radeon RX 570 and this doesn't happen to me. Which GPU driver are you using?
@JoshStrobl Should be fixed now
Mar 5 2020
@JoshStrobl Is this still blocked, or would I be able to submit a package? It would be a shame if it's not included in the distribution since it's WAY better than the official launcher and it's overall a very well written piece of software.
I'll package this.
Mar 3 2020
Finding and installing the right package is fine for us advanced users, but I'm worried a newbie will get stuck on this and say "Linux is so hard!" and quit. Newbies are also the people who will most likely encounter a 7zip archive, as they are less likely to be software developers/engineers and more likely to have normal office jobs.
Mar 2 2020
Mar 1 2020
Change name from gtk-stress-testing to gtkstresstesting (closer to upstream)
Add dependency on python-typing-extensions
Wait... python-typing-extensions should be dependency of python-injector
Add dependency python-typing-extensions
Maybe Ark should be patched to install p7zip when it detects a p7zip archive... open a popup and say "P7ZIP is required to open this archive. Would you like to install it?"
Drop dependency on appstream-glib
So should p7zip be added as a runtime dependency for Ark? People migrating from Windows expect to be able to open 7zip files and a lot of people use 7zip for work (in fact, I've had to open many, many 7zip archives for stuff over the years).
[Info] Building gtk-stress-testing-0.7.1 [Build] Building native package [Source] Extracting source [Build] Running step: build [Build] Enabling ccache + cd /home/build/YPKG/root/gtk-stress-testing/build/gst-0.6.1-4179e7af494ef457a30e3a7c5af5f0868afea992
For some reason GtkStressTesting is saying that it's 0.6.1 even though the package.yml clearly states 0.7.1
Incorporate changes from @algent