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- Sep 15 2016, 3:15 PM (266 w, 1 d)
Nov 28 2017
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Apr 28 2017
CLIQZ is just slightly modified Firefox.
Apr 19 2017
Correct tarball: https://github.com/multani/sonata/archive/v1.7b1.tar.gz
Apr 18 2017
Will the inclusion of KDE Connect ever be a possibility? It's not very likely for someone to write a Budgie applet since it works just fine with AppIndicator.
@Clifspeare This is Ubuntu Budgie-specific, it's not intended for Solus.
Mar 16 2017
Feb 1 2017
Probably not a very good idea to request packages like that, but this browser looks good enough to be included in third-party. At least some Russian speakers will enjoy that.
Jan 29 2017
Jan 28 2017
Thanks for the explanation. Sounds quite weird though.
Why does it need Qt when it's the GTK theme?
Jan 26 2017
Jan 25 2017
This thing looks good, but it hasn't been updated in a while. Probably yet another wishlist entry, but I hope this will see a new release in one way or another.
Jan 24 2017
Jan 21 2017
You can run just download ZeroBundle (https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroBundle/raw/master/dist/ZeroBundle-linux64.tar.gz) and run ZeroNet.sh. That's it.
Jan 14 2017
Jan 6 2017
(though you can use PlayOnLinux if you really want staging, can't you?)
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Nov 17 2016
@JoshStrobl I'm being a slowpoke here, but this shouldn't be compared to MyPaint. MyPaint is for artists, like Krita. KolourPaint is one of its kind because this is the only MS Paint-like software on Linux.
Nov 8 2016
It's not a crash, just press Ctrl+Alt+F7.
Nov 7 2016
You know, come to think about it, this may actually be related to the locale. Steam didn't work for me when my default language was ru_RU (or ru_UA, don't really remember), and now, when my language is English, it works fine.
Nov 6 2016
This is not really a correct way of requesting a package. Maybe you should tag it as "Software"?
@DataDrake Not anymore. It works great, for me, at least.
Oh, hey, it's the same error I've encountered before, I even made a task T759 for this.
It kinda works in urxvt, but it doesn't in gnome-terminal, even though it should. Guess the issue still exists, so the task should probably be reopened.
Nov 4 2016
A better link to source: https://github.com/vcmi/vcmi/archive/0.99.tar.gz
Nov 3 2016
It was already rejected (T571)
Nov 1 2016
Better GUI that is simpler to navigate, stuff that actually works (subscriptions, notifications, etc.), great configuration options (cause it's based around Livestreamer), ability to output stuff to different players (mpv, VLC, etc.), to play several streams at once, etc.
Oct 31 2016
Oct 30 2016
That doesn't make any sense. Most of the time I only want to download one big file, like a movie. With streaming I can watch it straight away, but if I have to download it completely before I can watch, it will take at least 20min to finish downloading.
It actually does. You watch movie as it downloads, and then delete it. That is kinda like streaming works.
Oct 29 2016
Oh, just noticed that it's a duplicate. My bad :/
I can't find some dependencies neofetch needs in Solus repos, maybe that's the reason it does not work?
Oct 26 2016
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Oct 4 2016
No longer doing this because I don't use Solus for now. Maybe someone else will need it...
Oct 1 2016
@JoshStrobl It is optional, but something still needs to play MIDIs. There are several options on ZDoom Wiki (like the last five to be precise): http://zdoom.org/wiki/Compile_GZDoom_on_Linux#Install_dependencies
@SFaulken Yeah, that's true. The 0.9.0 release will finally move to Qt5 though.
@drakovyrn If I am not mistaking, they said on the Hackfest (which is still live) that it is rather not easy to package. Besides that, it is just a .jar file which you can just download and run.
Sep 30 2016
Name: The Fuck
Open Source: Yes
Sep 29 2016
Sep 28 2016
Will try to do that.
Sep 27 2016
Looks like OpenSUSE guys have fixed the issue.
Sep 25 2016
Isn't 1.9.1 a legacy version?
Sep 24 2016
The working URL is http://jdownloader.org/
Looks like the site where the sources should be is down.