Hi All!Yesterday I reinstalled Waldorf testing 64-bit and did a full dist-upgrade. After the upgrade, attempting to start Chromium hangs the whole system (no mouse, no keyboard, can't drop to a tty) and there's nothing I can do other than a hard reset.
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
From Software Sources | Select Best Server, the "Testing Download Servers" progress bar only gets halfway through and then hangs. Tried several times over many different days, and predictably hangs at the same spot.
Downloading from the repositories is painfully slow, like 30Kbs, so would very much like to find a faster server.
Quite a couple of issues discovered during the build of 4.9.2, 4 have already resulted in updated tars from upstream, so this build is moved from staging to testing.Remaining issues (ongoing email exchange with the kde rls team for these):- kdegames have a few that are renamed in git, but files for those games have the old name, kde will make a decision how they will actually release when 4.9.2 go
I had a pretty old version of Archimedes installed, but I installed all updates it offered (including the full system upgrade a while ago).However, installing broadcom-wl seems to work and the problem is solved, thank you!
As always post any issues you may find with this new kde build, DO NOT post bugs upstream, this is not a final release yet. We want our testers to help us find bugs so the final rls can be as good as possible. We will relay any bugs not related to Chakra errors upstream.Kdepim is not yet included, will be up as soon as build issues are resolved.https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3041
I'm running a Dell Inspiron 1525 with a broadcom wireless card. Of course, Debian didn't ship with a driver, and I've had issues obtaining one manually. I've looked through the forum, but other threads for broadcom firmware seemed very specific on which chipset was in question.
hey ewaller,Turns out I had this problem a while back and have just forgotten about it: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=123131 It seems the "fix" was just moving to 32bit. It also turns out that since the last time I tried it, b43 has added better support for my card. So now I'm up and running with b43.Although, it does still seem that there is some sort of bu
So a couple of days ago, I was messing around with Gparted and my power was knocked out. I spent some time trying to recover everything but thought it'd be easier to reinstall since I had things backed up and I was meaning to reformat anyways.