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- Apr 17 2017, 12:12 PM (82 w, 4 d)
It got even worse with kernel 4.19: I get artifacts before the sddm screen and the computer is unresponsive. I can only force-reset it.
The radeon module is working perfectly though.
Thu, Nov 15
Tue, Nov 13
Makes sense :P
I couldn't find any bug filed for Picard regarding that issue, I'll investigate further. Anyways, the theme was inconsistent in the previous version too.
Mon, Nov 12
In truth, WoeUSB is complaining about more missing deps: https://dev.getsol.us/D3930#63129
Sun, Nov 11
Qt5 theme is not consistent, but it's probably a python-qt5's issue.
Sat, Nov 10
Tue, Nov 6
Let me you if you're willing to accept such a changelog.
Sat, Nov 3
Fri, Nov 2
Tue, Oct 30
I confirm the issue.
I'm linking this as a reference: https://www.reddit.com/r/SolusProject/comments/7v7sig/firefox_hardware_acceleration_by_default
Back then, a user reported this fixed a tearing issue on his Intel GPU as well.
I finally managed to run a VM for Budgie. Calibre looks good to me, like any other Qt application with the adapta theme.
Mon, Oct 29
I know they ship an old version, and I was actually counting on rebasing the patches. Nevermind then.
I'm not a user on neither of two, but can't you use Handbrake in replacement of MakeMKV?
Sun, Oct 28
Use the usual download URL
Could you try booting with the previous kernel and see if this solves your issue? I noticed the latest kernel changed something in the AMDGPU driver, like the output port enumeration.
Wed, Oct 24
I performed a better testing procedure. The patch should be eligible for inclusion IMO now.
Sun, Oct 21
Yeah sorry, should've used "check" instead of "test".
I'm gonna test it manually in a day or two.
Fri, Oct 19
Oct 17 2018
Technically, I didn't. I'm just trying at the moment :)
It requires ruffus as rundep, which looks dead. What's your opinion on this?
@maverick1 already there under the name apache-ant.
Let's give it a try.
Oct 16 2018
Not a Solus issue, actually: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=76380
With that said, I do not exclude that we can modify this behavior.
I think this task should be edited/marked as invalid since, as I said on IRC, it's not just Firefox but the whole system is stuttering with the compositor enabled.
How important do you think is to test restic? I'm asking because it has a critical task to accomplish, yet tests require to download a pretty long list of libraries (yeah, networking: yes is required).
Not an issue anymore to me, running Solus Plasma and Steam beta.
Oct 12 2018
I found a simple workaround: turn off the monitor before hitting Enter to reboot or shutdown (as Plasma will ask you to confirm your intention to reboot or shut down).
Oct 5 2018
I was so hyped I didn't read carefully through the messages.
@sunnyflunk I would suggest you to rename the task in "vvave" and mark it as "awaiting for package updates". I don't think I have the rights to do this myself.
Nope. This is what babe will be. For the time being, let's ignore babe until a stable release of vvave will be out.
Meh I thought this was a better player. It's not very polished. Anyways, package is ready.
I'll take care of this tonight if @clivejo does not precede me. I really want a decent Qt music player.
Oct 4 2018
Sep 28 2018
While the GUI works fine, we have these errors if launched from terminal:
check_runtime_dependencies: Error: WoeUSB requires blockdev command in the executable search path, but it is not found. check_runtime_dependencies: Error: WoeUSB requires parted command in the executable search path, but it is not found. check_runtime_dependencies: Error: WoeUSB requires partprobe command in the executable search path, but it is not found. check_runtime_dependencies: Error: WoeUSB requires wipefs command in the executable search path, but it is not found. check_runtime_dependencies: Error: mkdosfs/mkfs.msdos/mkfs.vfat/mkfs.fat command not found! check_runtime_dependencies: Error: Please make sure that dosfstools is properly installed! check_runtime_dependencies: Error: mkntfs command not found! check_runtime_dependencies: Error: Please make sure that ntfs-3g is properly installed! check_runtime_dependencies: Error: grub-install or grub2-install command not found! check_runtime_dependencies: Error: Please make sure that GNU GRUB is properly installed!
Is this intended? Because we had these errors in the previous version as well.
Sep 27 2018
For the sake of clarity, @JoshStrobl: is it OK to use %libdir%?
Libreoffice Writer I think, or GIMP, or Telegram (the most frequent use I made of it). Even Dolphin, it'll ask you what format you want to save the image in.
I didn't even notice there was such an option, and I've been using Spectacle for a while. I didn't turn it on either.
Anyways, with the option you said turned on, Spectacle doesn't copy the screenshot to the clipboard. It does only if I keep it off.
Sep 26 2018
Sep 24 2018
Isn't this a job supposed to be done by BIOS?
Sep 22 2018
How do you rename and select files with single-click policy?
Sep 21 2018
I have those settings turned on too, and I am using AMDGPU as well (I have a R9 290). On Windows, the rendering is as smooth as in Solus with compositor disabled.
I would try Wayland just to do some troubleshooting but Plasma returns to SDDM immediately after login.
Sep 20 2018
What about using the Safe Mode?
Subscribed. I wonder the same things about hardcoded paths and the presence of macros.
Sep 19 2018
Edit package as suggested by Josh
Sep 16 2018
Is there a particular reason why we don't pass --enable-gtk3-kde5? It would improve LO a lot on Plasma.
There's a typo in the summary :)
Sep 15 2018
Sep 14 2018
Sep 13 2018
I think that without PGO or LTO there's not point to switch to Clang.
Sep 11 2018
Update abi_used_libs; use %PREFIX% macro
The same pattern appears with a Logout as well. I'm using Plasma.
Sep 10 2018
Add patch to skip configuration wizard
Sep 3 2018
Sep 1 2018
Note that qmc2 requires people to know where Solus puts the mame executable, which is not that desirable. Whe could patch the code to have the textbox precompiled with /usr/share/mame/mame, let me know.
Things got more weird.
I noticed, as you can see in the first post, that Solus was running the old kernel, so I manually switched to 4.18. I put my PC on sleep and immediately woke it up to reproduce the error, then this happened right after its awakening...
Aug 31 2018
What about grep bugs /proc/cpuinfo?
Aug 27 2018
Ok solved. Looks like my USB 3.0 ports, which are driven by an external ASMedia controller, on Linux they only support storage devices. It used to be so for Windows as well, but that's not the case anymore as I experienced the contrary. With the native USB 2.0 ports my DAC works like a charm.
Guess we should wait for Elisa then.