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- Apr 17 2017, 12:12 PM (154 w, 11 h)
Sat, Mar 28
We're at v6.2.0. now...
Thu, Mar 26
I'm interested in packaging Robo3T but its last commit is a year old. Is this an issue?
Wed, Mar 25
Mon, Mar 23
Got this issue too. I solved it immediately by launching sudo aa-lsm-hook.
My output is:
● aa-lsm-hook.service - Load AppArmor profiles Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/aa-lsm-hook.service; disabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: inactive (dead) since Mon 2020-03-23 08:55:51 CET; 12h ago Process: 643 ExecStart=/usr/sbin/aa-lsm-hook (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) Main PID: 643 (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
I always check except for this time. Sorry for the trouble.
Sun, Mar 22
Totally missed the release mismatch
What do you mean? Against what?
Sat, Mar 21
Fri, Mar 20
Guys & girls, any thoughts about this ? What shall we do ?
In my opinion it's better to add ccid and acsccid as deps of pcsc-lite. A user shouldn't be required to know what driver they need, they should only install the library because that's what they need to interact with their card reader. Plus, people nowadays are forced to install tons of Electron apps (yuk!), I think that it's perfectly viable to install less than 1 MiB of drivers.
Thu, Mar 19
Wed, Mar 18
I just got this error. Let me say it's very counterintuitive to install and run pcsc-lite and see it does nothing because the driver are missing. I think every user expects to install it, start its systemd service and profit.
Before working at home, I was using pcsc-lite of Fedora at work and in facts ccid is among the recommended deps. Now I know eopkg doesn't have such a feature, yet I think we should make users' life easier.
Mon, Mar 16
Sat, Mar 14
I don't a USB modem to test right now. For tests, wait for me to get one or please go ahead and test my patch.
Fri, Mar 13
Also, I think that putting dnsmasq inside /usr/bin is incorrect. It requires to create sockets in order to work, so I think the default path, /usr/sbin, is better.
You can review now. There's still a little issue to fix imho: dnsmasq is launched with nobody user, in fact I get mar 13 19:31:17 phoenix dnsmasq: chown of PID file /var/run/NetworkManager/dnsmasq.pid failed: Operation not permitted when NetworkManager launches dnsmasq. Other distros add a system used dedicated to it, let me say what you want me to do.
Make it stateless and enable dbus
Oh, I found this task: T7032
@JoshStrobl can I create a Help center article or is it still freezed?
Thu, Mar 12
Do you want to enable dbus for dnsmasq? Most distros have it enabled, though I'm not sure what's useful for. Configuration maybe?
This task should be marked as resolved, per R1561:f61e1cc9199a9f8fde7cc1d679ecdd0fc2da49ef.
Feb 29 2020
Also, our rust and cargo packages are more oriented to build other packages than to users. They do work of course but you cannot install and select the toolchains you want nor you can update Rust at your discretion. I suggest you to install rustup via sudo eopkg it rustup so that you have rustup which you can do whatever you want with, it doesn't have the limitations I listed.
Feb 28 2020
I fired a solbuild up and it went away. IDK, my solbuild image was already using Python 3.7.
Feb 21 2020
Feb 20 2020
Flatten package patterns
Update to 1.9.14
This nice guy solved the issue. Update incoming.
Feb 13 2020
10/10 best troll evah
Feb 11 2020
I hope you meant "Invalid" rather than Wotfix! 😝
Feb 8 2020
Ah no, the delay is still here. It appears when my computer goes to sleep mode and wakes up, not my screen.
I know. I also tried 1.9.10-beta but the bug is still here.
Feb 3 2020
Feb 2 2020
Jan 28 2020
Hmm, static stickers aren't working. Lemme investigate.
Jan 27 2020
There's no support for Node 12.x: https://github.com/Kong/insomnia/issues/1775
Use Solus API ID
Jan 26 2020
I enabled LTO as it produces a smaller binary: 33.3 MiB compared to 39.0 MiB, at the cost of a 10 minutes longer build process. Overall it took 24 minutes to build.
Jan 12 2020
Hm, if you're not on Plasma I'll test it in a Budgie VM and fix it, if @Girtablulu allows me.
Jan 11 2020
Jan 5 2020
Give Girt a cookie
Jan 4 2020
KDE recommends to use libvlc instead of Qt5Multimedia, but I chose the latter because libvlc is not split from the VLC player. Installing a player as a dep of another player is pointless IMO.
Jan 1 2020
Dec 30 2019
OK but the lib is maintaining two majors at the same time. Since @JoshStrobl updated libtorrent-rasterbar the last time, I'm waiting for his feedback.
What update @Girtablulu? I can't find any.
Yeah that's what I think as well.
Dec 29 2019
Could you try to change your output peripheral from alsamixer? You can launch it from the terminal and press... F6 I think (I'm not on a Linux machine currently) to choose one.
This is not your bug, still there are crashes with libtorrent-rasterbar in more occasions than yours: https://github.com/arvidn/libtorrent/issues/4094
In that issue, they advice to update to libtorrent-rasterbar 1.2.x, which also drops the dependency against Boost, which is good. I can try to update the library to the other major release if Core approves.