This project is to enable individuals to request the inclusion of software / packages into the Solus repository.
You should update this to a valid package request. See here: https://getsol.us/articles/packaging/request-a-package/en/
Mon, Jul 15
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Alternatively there's tealdeer shouldn't you like Python.
Oh my that's an awesome idea, I wasn't aware of its existence.
This largely depends on mageia RPM packages so is totally not compatible with Solus repository.
They also use DKMS which are not supported on Solus. It also modify the GRUB2 command line parameters, so wouldn't work for Solus EFI users since it relies on systemd-boot.
Ok this is almost 18 month old version now. I guess none is gonna update this anymore?
Thu, Jul 11
Wed, Jul 10
Just wanted to let everyone know that there is a flatpak build available as of late.
This was removed from the repo as it now requires libhandy. It wilp not be reincluded.
This has been addressed before: https://dev.getsol.us/T649
Wow, that's a rather unfortunate situation. I can't imagine how this helps anyone really, but it seems the decision isn't going to be reversed so I'll look elsewhere. Thanks for the response @Harvey.
Already refused: https://dev.getsol.us/T6870#148770
Mon, Jul 8
The developer will need to release a tarball so we can compile it, launchpad nor Debian should be used.
Sun, Jul 7
Sat, Jul 6
This would be a lifesaver for many of using older Thinkpads. Older batteries need re-calibration to provide more accurate battery reading, and changing charging thresholds to be able to prolong the battery life. Right now I've solved this by occasionally removing hard disk with Solus and booting up old disk with Windows XP to run Lenovo re-calibration app and change thresholds if needed. Many won't be able to do this so batteries will die and be thrown out ahead of time, possibly then also the laptop.