Alad wrote:Oaks wrote:If i install #! "32-bit Waldorf for Older PCs (non PAE)" version it will help?No. It's unrelated.machinebacon wrote:https://github.com/trizen/youtube-viewerGreat find!+1 very neat.
Hi there!, I must say that I'm really loving Waldorf and this is my second CB installation- I started out crunchbanging some months ago with Statler.Waldorf is sexy as hell indeed. ..but I have found few bugs so far:- Sometimes the URL handlers directs and open the files with Geany, i.e.
Morning All,On the basis of the only silly question is the one unasked, I would like to ask the following:I'm installing Waldorf on a Netbook and was wondering whether I could simply adjust my 'stable' laptop sources.list to reflect the Waldorf sources.list and then get a Waldorf installation on my 'stable' laptop after an apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgradeI�
Update:OK, here's what I've done - it seems to be working OK, but if anyone reads this and thinks that my system will die, then do please say so...I added the Waldorf repo to my sources.listIn my etc/apt/preferences file, I pinned Jessie at a priority of 1001 and Waldorf at a priority of -10.Hopefully this means that I'm essentially running Debian Jessie, and I can install any Waldo
I think that, with Waldorf pinned much higher than the Debian repos, the Waldorf version of Tint2 doesn't normally get upgraded to the one in Debian. It's only a problem if the Waldorf repo is commented out/removed, which makes its pinning irrelevant.
Greetings Ladies and Germs,Attempting to install Waldorf on a Asus Eee PC 1000HE netbook that currently has #!. In fact, I think it already has Waldorf but I want to do a fresh install because I screwed up the LVM management during the first install in early May.I am trying to install via USB but keep getting the following after I choose the language in the first step: There was a problem re