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Sun, Mar 24
@Jacalz That does not appear to be as actively developed and it is Qt-based, not GTK3.
IMO I think it would be better to include something like tux-clocker which does pretty much the same thing but with the plan to add support for AMD GPU’s.
D5834 submitted for review.
Sat, Mar 23
When I run it, it shows that some dependence is lost
Fri, Mar 22
I made a git repo with these package definitions, here it is: https://github.com/chax/solus_pkgs
For now i didn't upload built .eopkg files.
Guys, i managed to build all four packages using Solus packaging system, all from their respective sources.
I might volunteer to be maintainer for those, and also for AVR toolchain (similar to ARM but different arch target).
I just had one problem while building these packages, because we have circular dependency.
I will try to explain it here.
Tue, Mar 19
@kevindkeogh - Thanks for the tips. I commented those lines out and it works! and removing the DNS variable from wireguard config file also seems to do the trick. albeit I have to manually configure DNS servers each time; the PostUp command isnt working as expected for me ATM, but its a start. Cheers!
Mon, Mar 18
Sun, Mar 17
Following up on this, the actual bug is https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=860564
Sat, Mar 16
@stigarn I will package this when we move to the GNOME 3.32 stack.
Wed, Mar 13
I've been doing the same. It seems to be due to a bug in resolvconf. I've commented out the following lines in wg-quick (which is just a shell script)
This was working for me when compiling from source. But since recent updates.. It still complies and installs fine but I get
Sun, Mar 10
Removed comments as they were not relevant to the development topic. Note that this is accepted for inclusion, read my comment as to why it is marked as WONTFIX.
Sat, Mar 9
Tue, Mar 5
@DataDrake version 2.2.2 was released about 3 weeks ago: https://github.com/projecthamster/hamster/archive/v2.2.2.tar.gz
Also, this wasn't the only release between your last comment and now so i'd say upstream is healthy.
I'm currently working on packaging it. Is there a testing server for SSH tunnels somewhere? I didn't find one.
Mon, Mar 4
Sun, Mar 3
Sat, Mar 2
It's going to have to be local tarballs that we toss up on the web server.
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