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- Nov 28 2016, 3:58 AM (51 w, 4 d)
Sat, Nov 18
Could the development team evaluate this request. If it is accepted I can try packaging it.
Thu, Nov 16
Tue, Nov 14
I think you can try rebooting your machine and run
Wed, Nov 1
Thank you. Yeah reinstalling the kernel headers work here too.
Experiencing the same here.
Mon, Oct 30
I think I figured it out. I manually removed the link in the directory ~/.config/systemd/user/default.target.wants (effectively disabled all my previous services) and rebooted the machine. It seems to fix it. Can someone help me close this issue? Thanks.
Sun, Oct 29
Oct 10 2017
Oct 9 2017
Update the link to the source file
Added man files and shell completions for bash. zsh completions are not implemented for this release.
Oct 8 2017
Thanks. I'll wait for the approval of the package request in the future.
Yeah sorry I was actually learning to submit packages following the youtube videos. They used this as an example. Sorry for the trouble. I don't know how to delete it.
Initial commit of budgie-haste-applet
Oct 5 2017
Jul 22 2017
May 5 2017
May 2 2017
Similar issue here when compiling with cmake and clang. I have to unset CFLAGS, CXXFLAGS, LDFALGS to make the build process go smoothly. I have it posted on the Solus forum: https://solus-project.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=7607
Apr 28 2017
Great to see this issue is closed now. It has been a big problem for me for a while. Loving Solus!
Apr 25 2017
I mount the NTFS partition with the following option in /etc/fstab and it works fine:
Apr 24 2017
I can confirm it works properly now. The warning information I have seen before about "No xauth data" also goes away. Thanks a lot.
I checked the file /var/log/Xorg.0.log and it seems the X program looks for the X11 fonts in the following path:
Thanks. I can test it out. But I tried to update the system but it got no packages to upgrade. I guess it is not synced to stable yet?
It seems that the location of xauth is not set to /usr/bin/xauth in Solus now? From what I read this location is hardcoded, but honestly I don't know whether this is what Solus does, nor am I an expert on this issue. If it is hardcoded then it must be set to something other than /usr/bin/xauth, which is actually the location of xauth program (one can check with command "which xauth").
Apr 13 2017
Apr 9 2017
Nov 29 2016
I just figured out that the fonts I need are installed actually in the folder /usr/share/fonts/X11/[75,100]dpi but the program has difficulty finding these fonts for some reason. I have to create file /etc/X11/xorg.conf to specify the font path so that the error message disappears.