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- Apr 7 2017, 9:37 PM (23 w, 3 d)
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I updated my other laptop which is running the lts kernel to the latest sync and get the same error/message. So this isn't something specific to the current kernel, fwiw.
Aug 19 2017
@JoshStrobl - sure thing. I cherry picked a few that I thought were of interest and linked to the full changelog for folks interested in the full details.
add updates and link to changelog
Aug 18 2017
@sixtyfive - yep, I agree and that's essentially how I responded. I will say Zoom's customer service has been surprisingly great. So like I said, I think if others hit them up with the same request it seems reasonably likely to get some traction.
That's awesome, thanks @ikey !
Aug 17 2017
Aug 15 2017
With the recent inclusion of snapcraft in Solus (yay) I've messaged Zoom requesting that they package the app up as a snap. I really think it would make their lives much easier, and ours as end users. Couldn't hurt for others to bother them as well if you agree. The response I got was positive, and they've added it to their feature request list.
Wow, it's case-sensitive.. I had [greeter] at the top, but switching to [Greeter] works. Huh.. Well anyway, thanks @ikey !
Aug 14 2017
What's wrong with the built in 'Night Light' applet? Are you using Budgie or Gnome? It's been rock solid for me, on Budgie at least, and very well integrated.
switch font files back to otf to match repo
Aug 13 2017
Just realized the name of this repo has otf in it. derp..
Aug 8 2017
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Jul 14 2017
beat me to it :)
Jul 9 2017
in my experience, that doesn't scale the entire greeter UI. It just scales the fonts. Which I felt just made the whole thing look.. wonky. Though I guess you can actually read the fonts on the screen.. I guess it depends on your needs, but @kyrios123's suggestion is the best we have with our current greeter.
Jul 2 2017
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Jun 27 2017
FWIW - This wasn't accepted previously last time. See T6
Jun 25 2017
Going to drop this. The files are in root /etc/ which seems odd. But can live with as-is and pass in a local config file via alias.
install dir change to /etc/lynx
Jun 24 2017
3.38 has since come out.
Jun 22 2017
reverting config change, leaving at default
Jun 20 2017
@ikey -- Definitely not :) I think I'm unclear based on a change to a different ticket (D365) what the recommended approach/path is for config files. Was the original/default /etc/highlight directory acceptable? I got the sense that it wasn't. Sorry about this.
I noticed libm.so.6 was removed from the abi. I don't see an explicit -lm in the makefile or errors in reference to it, though I do see math.h included in one file. Any thoughts or advice?
added important changes in new version
Changing config directory to /usr/share/defaults
Jun 16 2017
holy shit, it works! thanks @ikey ! never thought i'd be so happy about a damn touchpad ;)
Jun 15 2017
I feel like there's a joke I'm missing out on.. But happy to make changes needed. After a quick search, I suspect by stateless in this context you're referring to https://clearlinux.org/features/stateless?
Jun 13 2017
Jun 12 2017
Jun 10 2017
Oh.. that helps so much. Thanks again!
@sunnyflunk - Thank you! For my own education, why did inlining the task alongside %make_install work when having it on a separate line did not? The (previous) behavior I saw was that the task didn't have root access to install the generated man page. Just curious, in case I run into this kind of thing again.
properly invoke install-doc
Jun 9 2017
don't bump version twice. that's just crazy.
updated to 1.2.0, in addition to fixing the man page generation
Jun 8 2017
Jun 2 2017
@ikey, was looking back to try and find the commit(s) Masaki was referencing in the 4.10 series.
May 28 2017
@JoshStrobl - I think this is good to go now, assuming you approve.
removing libxslt dependency, no longer required
May 27 2017
clean up commit formatting
removing NOKOGIRI export line, because confusing developers is mean
test plan and updates seem to have gotten lost. Adding again.
Replaced current bin/vagrant installation with symlink. Added test plan. Cleaned up Description.
cleaned up changelog and added test plan
May 26 2017
@JoshStrobl - will do. I need it for an app at work, so I'll get a new patch in for just jp2. Thanks!
May 24 2017
Fixed naming versioning naming convention to align with previous pattern
May 23 2017
Thanks @ikey , fingers crossed over here ;) Someone is helping out already in that ticket, so I'm cautiously optimistic.
After doing more research, I suspect this is not an issue with Solus, but rather in the kernel. It seems to be a pattern with ALPS touchpads..
May 22 2017
May 19 2017
May 18 2017
Adding a few other logs in case that's helpful:
May 17 2017
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May 8 2017
@JoshStrobl will do - thanks for the reminder on this. Will do. Do you have a preference over sticking with the 2.2 series of Ruby vs going to a more recent series such as 2.3 or 2.4? I know rebuilds will be needed, so curious if it makes sense to update to a newer series.
May 6 2017
One note on the docs  for Fixing a patch that needs changes. After running arc diff I received a prompt to enter a message. It wasn't entirely clear whether this was optional or what it was for. Though it did mention my existing ticket, which was cool. Clearly it adds a comment to go along with the changes, which is great. Maybe call that out? Something like what's written in the arc diff section above?
remove system.devel pkgs, pinentry
Nice! I was thinking of --amend on the git side, wasn't sure what arc would want. It's almost like you all planned ahead for such things :)
Pretty simple, though now I need to make an update to the commit in D9, so it will be a good test beyond the simple change/add/commit/arc diff cycle for me to try out. Thanks for all you guys have done, this is a huge step forward!