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- Dec 22 2017, 3:06 AM (102 w, 2 d)
- Replace icon with preferences-desktop-gaming
Wed, Dec 4
- Use reconfigure macro
- Install bash completion to correct directory
Fri, Nov 29
Thu, Nov 28
The results on my desktop were interesting. At complete idle, the system was drawing about a watt less with TEO enabled. With some things running, the system would jump up to a higher power usage every so often, and then go back down. The duration of the higher power usage seemed to be lessened with TEO enabled.
@DataDrake Battery discharge on my i5-7200U laptop at complete idle went up by 50 mW (from 2.90 W to 2.95 W), although I don't think TEO was designed with Intel chips in mind. I'll look into results with my Ryzen 3700X, and I'll also see if I can get results from someone with a Ryzen laptop.
Tue, Nov 26
I can test idle battery usage on my laptop and wall power on my desktop. Laptop will be more granular.
I've built the kernel with CONFIG_CPU_IDLE_GOV_TEO=y and set the cpuidle governor to teo in boot params. Performance seems to be about the same, will test with openbenchmarking soon.
Just to be clear, I'm not suggesting this be the default necessarily, but I do think it's worth including in the kernel build for those who wish to use it.
Thu, Nov 21
The unfortunate truth, though, is that some software (like Gradle) now *requires* building with JDK 9+, so if we're not bundling multiple JDKs at a time, we need to make a decision. Do we shed software like Kotlin and upgrade to a newer JDK, or do we stay on JDK 8 and allow commonly used Java packages like Gradle to rot?
Not everything here builds with 11 either. Read the original post, it shows which packages have been tested and either fail/succeed building with 11.
Because (and I'm estimating here) *none* of the packages on this list build with, or fully support, JDK 13. That's the problem here.
Tue, Nov 19
Maybe we should create a new package called openjdk and start with JDK 9 for now, since most (if not all) things that we package support it. As more packages add support for higher JDK versions, we can update the openjdk package to newer major versions.
Fri, Nov 15
Rebuilt against Gradle
Added bash completion from gradle-completion as per T8483
Actually, scratch that, I'll just update D7512, since it hasn't landed yet.
@JoshStrobl Fine with me. I'll add it to the Gradle package and submit a differential.
@DataDrake Should I add a MAINTAINERS.md file to this package when I update it to 1.3.60?
Tue, Nov 12
Does appear to be NVMe related, yes. My 970 Evo NVMe has the SMART data option greyed out, but my 850 Evo SATA has the option available.
Yeah, I did. Edited. Thought I remembered the task lol
Second, Solus does support the RPM package manager, although it's not recommended for most cases. If support for that printer really is a dealbreaker, you can install rpm from the software center, and use the automatic driver installer that Brother provides to install the drivers via rpm instead of eopkg. I do it for one of my machines.
Sun, Nov 10
Remove whitespace that bothers me
Fix incorrect hashes, now builds successfully
Fixed hash for jdk8u232-ga.tar.bz2 and changed source URLs
Woke up just in time! I'm attempting to build with the updated sources after changing the hash, and I'm getting an error in solbuild that I'm not sure how to solve.
mount: /var/cache/solbuild/unstable-x86_64/openjdk-8/union/home/build/YPKG/sources/corba-8u232-ga.tar.bz2: mount point does not exist. ERRO[12:08:23] Failed to bind mount source error="exit status 32" target="/var/cache/solbuild/unstable-x86_64/openjdk-8/union/home/build/YPKG/sources/corba-8u232-ga.tar.bz2" ERRO[12:08:23] Cannot continue without sources ERRO[12:08:24] Failed to build packages
Nov 4 2019
The tag path for the previous version appeared to be invalid, so I used the GitHub mirror's tag instead. I would have used the tags from https://kernel.ubuntu.com, but I couldn't find a tarball download link.
Oct 30 2019
Thank you :)
Oct 29 2019
Still not fixed in stable, as of the update to 5.3.7.
Oct 28 2019
This was built with a slightly different package.yml due to my inability to upload sources to dev.getsol.us, but the resulting pspec should be the same if I didn't make any mistakes in converting it back.
This is the newest version I could upgrade to without build errors due to various factors. Gradle versions past 4.9 either fail to compile without JDK 9+, or outright refuse to compile without JDK 9+. This Gradle update was necessary to upgrade OpenJFX 8.
Oct 27 2019
- The buildscript uses the project's provided Gradle wrapper, and thus does not depend on the repository's version of Gradle. The current version of Gradle in the repository doesn't work correctly with this project, since it's so far behind (3.5.0 -> 5.5.0). If Solus's version of Gradle is updated to a more recent version, this requirement can be lifted.
- Networking is required to allow Gradle to retrieve the wrapper and the project's JVM dependencies.
- The compiler produces standalone executables, but requires a JDK to work correctly. It only requires JDK 8 or above, no specific versions.
- There are additional experimental targets that I left disabled.
Oct 26 2019
Sure, I can maintain it. I've managed to build locally already and I closely follow Kotlin development anyway. I'll get a differential pushed soon.
Oct 25 2019
Oct 15 2019
Actually, do you have radeon-profile-daemon enabled? Try running
sudo systemctl enable radeon-profile-daemon sudo systemctl start radeon-profile-daemon
and see if that fixes it. I can reproduce your issue if the service isn't running.
Oct 11 2019
Fix incorrect placement of ckb-next-daemon service
Oct 9 2019
Sep 28 2019
Sep 27 2019
Sep 23 2019
Might want to patch T8360 before 5.3.1 hits stable
Sep 19 2019
Sep 18 2019
On my system, the example dav1d decode was over 4.5x the speed of the aom-av1 decode (Ryzen 7 3700X).
Sep 7 2019
Rebuilt to fix pspec
The pspec file isn't updated. Fixing now.
This appears to be fixed after upgrading to kernel 5.2.9.
Sep 6 2019
@joebonrichie You absolute madman. Godspeed.
Sep 4 2019
Sep 1 2019
Kitty is now at 0.14.3. This diff can be closed.
Aug 29 2019
Aug 28 2019
¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I saw the same thing. Not a very helpful error message, admittedly.
Aug 27 2019
I have a working buildscript for the HL L2390DW, @Girtablulu. Should I submit a differential?
Could be related to https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Linux-AMD-Analog-Input-Audio-WA.
Issue still exists, and I have had multiple people with new Ryzen CPUs come to me with the same issue, also on Solus.
Aug 26 2019
Got this error again on Unstable. Disabling LSI allowed Steam to update, but it still will not launch.
Aug 22 2019
Wow, my bad! Thanks @EbonJaeger.
Aug 13 2019
Built and tested with several games, works perfectly for me.