If you want to update everything with one click, make a little bash script to run pacman, ccr, cinstall concurrently, and a *.desktop file (with dolphin - link to application) or add it to kmenuedit.
on 02/23/2013 – Made popular on 02/23/2013
As I enabled the extra repo then just removed all bundles and cinstall and all related to bundles.Now I search for /tmp/cinstall-1000 and I do not have it.@maxwux try to remove all packages related to bundles and all bundles then see if this folder still exist after a restart.
Hi! I've updated the designs in two icons: the CInstall/Bundle Manager, and the bundles mimetypes.The first, because the prime design wasn't perfect, and I've tried to refit the concept. The new design is much more clear and takes a detail from Oxygen (more visual integration in default KDE).
Since no new bundles will be made or accepted upstream without majority vote, and a lot of people have been rolling their own in the meantime, we should create a Bundle Community Repo where people can upload and cinstall can communicate with.I made a quick and dirty list list of bundles available, but that is no replacement for a true CCR-like solution.I think the best plan is to clone Chakra'
Hey guys I made a very useful application using Bash script I am so excited about it, I wonder can I package this bash script as an installable .Deb package and give it to people to install it ? [I would want my bash script to be copied to the bin folder so it be run able]
another question is, if I be able to do that, what should I do to list my program in software center?
Does anyone know of such a script that works for 12.04? I had one working under 11.10 that I found online, but it doesn't work under 12.04 nor does a popular (older package) called nautilus-wallpaper. Basically, I'd like a right click option added when right clicking on an image file where I can set that particular image as the new desktop background.
You had some bundles not unmounting cleanly, remove all traces of these bundles manually. That is in ~/.cinstall/repo and luanchers plus in ~/.local/share/applications, remove all .desktop files there.
brli wrote:you can find the mounted folder somewhere in /tmp/cinstall-1000/copy your translation inside, and have a trybtw, how do you install ffmpeg-0.8?do you use pacman?can't copy any file to that folder cp: cannot create regular file ‘/tmp/cinstall-1000/audacity-2.0.3-1-x86_64/audacity-zh_CN.mo’: Read-only file systempacman can only install the latest version of ffmpeg , I compiled
Your first pacman -Syu brought a new kernel from that ISO, and yes, you will need a reboot after any kernel update to make all modules work correctly again, that certainly includes bundles.The uname -a though shows the wrong kernel, if that is what you actually have after the update, then your pacman.log might show what all went wrong. Please paste your /var/log/pacman.logYou might have to g