This project is to enable issues to report issues or specific feature enablement for existing software in the Solus repository.
I think it can already be updated next Saturday
Mon, Apr 19
Sorry, I only added it to my previous comment at the bottom, but GNOME Mahjongg works correctly (played two games without any issues).
Sun, Apr 18
Budgie issues should be reported on its own issue tracker @serebit, not here. We state it on the welcome section of Phabricator. Budgie issues may not be Solus specific.
@JoshStrobl So I did a eopkg it --reinstall budgie-desktop and restarted. While I had to re-add most of my applets, everything works fine now. Guess there might have been some leftover from when I built my own Budgie for desktop. Sorry for the confusion!
Notes on the new Budgie sync for those testing this upgrade:
- If you notice the Budgie panel crashing at any point (which can be either restarting or vanishing entirely), report it here with any journalctl logs from budgie-panel from the time of the crash.
- If you use the existing "Disable Night Light mode when windows are fullscreen" or the new "Pause notifications when windows are fullscreen" settings, please report if you find an application that does not properly trigger either of these.
Tested Vocal, added podcasts from iTunes search and directly from URL, played podcasts without issue. Scrolling through audio, skip button working as expected.
If you tried opening up Budgie Desktop Settings and it crashed, as well as seeing the below mentioned log item, then that's curious indeed. The respective schema was correctly added by @serebit in this commit, so it would have the schema. Is it possible you're not running our Budgie somehow, ever compiled it from source yourself?
Budgie: After the update I noticed that some of my applets were gone. I tried to open Budgie Desktop Settings, which restarted the panel. Trying to open it again showed the "Oh no, something went wrong!" screen and forced me to log out.
I get these messages when trying to open Budgie Desktop Settings:
gThumb open and edit an image using the tools crop, rotate and resize.
bookworm open an ebook and a PDF file. Increase/Decrease font size, align lines right and left, dark mode and try different profiles.
Tested IBUS with the following keyboards/character pickers:
- Japanese (had to launch ibus-daemon with the panel)
Tested Transmission, downloaded an iso without issue
Items tested and working:
Budgie here, so far so good, I feel that the session is opening faster :)
budgie-extras applets if you happen to use them
Just updated on Budgie. Was able to login, lock screen, change theme without issue 👍
Fri, Apr 16
The webview can't currently be added to the 32-bit version of wxWidgets because webkit-gtk isn't built in 32-bit:
Thu, Apr 15
@DrSheppard Did you update recently from after having last updated in like March (or earlier)?
Wed, Apr 14
Same error: cannot query current apparmor profile: Invalid argument
This is still an issue.
Mon, Apr 12
Setting sync used to be enabled and functional in our builds, but they did break it a while back. I just haven't updated the product.json to reflect that of Microsoft's. Will see if it's viable.
@akrenz It actually broke with commit https://dev.getsol.us/R4992:9a0facf8e6aa47f6b7fb61f8ce388afbbd9bfa0a, not the most recent one. Anyway, D10859 fixes it on my system, so just waiting for it to be accepted and committed.
Sun, Apr 11
Seems like this is a known issue with JavaFX 11. I'm not sure why it only manifested with the mentioned commit, but in any case, I'm working on a fix. It should also resolve the issues people are having with bisq.
libavif patch here: D10857
Task not required, can just assign you to T9668.
Yea can add this on the next update, was actually waiting for someone requesting this because need to package libavif. Gonna add libheif support as well