valeriodean wrote:One week is passed from the release of KDE SC 4.11 but still nothing happens in the stable repo. Are there any problems that block the release in stable?Thanks.KDE 4.11 in testing still has some issues that need resolving.
While installing mailutils on ubuntu 12.04 using apt-get, there are 2 instances when manual intervention is required, first to select the site configuration and secondly to enter the hostname of the box. Is there a way to automate the installation? I need to install the package on many servers and being a n00b sys admin, I haven't been able to find a solution yet.
honor wrote:I'm sure there's no ck repo in chakra, but if you search the forums, you'll find some threads related. Is there any particular reason to need ck patches? I've been down this path in the past, and saw no difference for a desktop user at all.Actually, I concerned the 'CPU-specific optimized' more.
Might seem pretty quick to start another round of installations testing, but this one was about ready before the first Benz release, but we felt the addition of a netinstaller in Tribe should get a lot of testing, and not be lumped together with the other (large amount of) changes already set for that ISO.Anyone who downloaded Benz-2013.02 ISO can use that one, all needed is to install tribe-netin
rwsChris wrote:The abbreviated instructions:1. Add testing repo to etc/apt/sources.list2. Edit the priority of testing in /etc/apt/preferences3. apt-get update4. apt-get -t testing install entangleGreat writeup on pinning but it's not necessary to pin a repo if all you want to do is install a package. Otherwise, the process above is pretty great
New encfs is in testing. It was rebuilt against current libboost. The package should moved shortly to platform. If you want to use it now, install it with:sudo pacman -U http://chakra-project.org/repo/testing/x86_64/encfs-1.7.4-9-x86_64.pkg.t...
comm -12 <(pacman -Qq | sort) <(pacman -Sql <repo> | sort)Replace "<repo>" with e.g. "testing" to see which packages from [testing] you have installed. Note that you must have the repo enabled in pacman.conf for this to work.Wow, thank you much!
The semi annual toolchain update was done over the weekend, plus a much needed update of glib2 (including all the gtk packages in the Chakra repo's). The toolchain will stay in testing much longer then the common 7 days, so there is a good amount of time to find any issues.Glib2 is planned for the normal 7 day testing, please report any issues you may find asap.During this testing time