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Cards: The Package Manager / Re: weird result for command "cards list <string>
« Last post by Thierry on Thu Aug 04 20:02:15 2022 »
I'm a afraid they are going to be some lecture needed  for that:

http://nutyx.org/en/build-package

BR,
Thierry
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Cards: The Package Manager / Re: weird result for command "cards list <string>
« Last post by aus9 on Thu Aug 04 14:19:25 2022 »
Ok what cards.conf setting or something do I need to do....so that
/var/lib/pkg/depot dirs have all the Pkgfile (s) so that

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cards depends <package-name> stops giving me
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depends: could not read /var/lib/pkg/depot/<collection-name>/<package-name>/Pkgfile

Please!
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Tips and Tricks / Re: [TRICK] for alsa users only
« Last post by aus9 on Thu Aug 04 02:27:30 2022 »
All steps below need root powers and assume you are using sysV init

Once manual command works, you may wish to automate it on boot up? If so read on.
Firstly I have no plans of changing root pathway so I use root powers to copy sound to /usr/bin/sound2
or create executable named  /usr/bin/sound2 contents
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#!/bin/bash

/bin/modprobe -r snd_hda_intel
/bin/modprobe snd_hda_intel enable=0
/usr/sbin/alsactl restore
date > /tmp/date

The purpose of the date command is to prove to me, the system has actioned on bootup my new init

step 2
create an system file /etc/rc.d/init.d/sound2
contents
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#!/bin/bash
/usr/bin/sound2

step 3 create sym link to your normal run level (most use 5)
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cd /etc/rc.d/rc5.d/
ln -s ../init.d/sound2 S99sound2

reboot to test.

Note for me, hdmi is first detected and tries to use the "analog" mixer levels saved
visible after  boot up ....Ctl + Alt + F1
but on boot up ....run alsamixer and mixer levels and sound output should now be analog etc

Good luck
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General / Re: Systemd as a non active process and many files
« Last post by Thierry on Wed Aug 03 12:21:55 2022 »
What does:
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cards list -F|grep systemdsays ?
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General / Systemd as a non active process and many files
« Last post by Dj on Tue Aug 02 16:42:25 2022 »
Hello!
 I wonder why is too many systemd files all around ? I have been using XFCE. I know that systemd is not active, but can someone explain how to remove systemd files ?

 Thank you.
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General / Re: How to remove pulseaudio and how to mount partitions with gui
« Last post by Dj on Tue Aug 02 13:38:31 2022 »
Hello.
 Every audio file that I pull is pulling with itself pulseaudio.
 Deadbeef, MPV, Audacious...
 I can't install either one without installing pulseaudio.

Hi Dj
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I tried to uninstall Audacious, "package in use".
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sudo cards remove audacious-plugins audacious
But You need to find out what else is using Pulseaudio to remove it
Right, thank you.
 When I uninstall audacious, I must uninstall audacious-plugins.
 
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General / Re: How to remove pulseaudio and how to mount partitions with gui
« Last post by Thierry on Tue Aug 02 09:52:18 2022 »
Cards package manager tool, provide (like in debian) two differents tools:

One lowlevel one

the available commands are:

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pkgadd
pkgrm
pkginfo

Names are self explaining. Nevertheless a help is available for each of them:

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pkgadd -h
pkgrm -h
pkginfo -h

Thoses commands do not care of dependencies and nor of depots.
Means you can delete and then break your NuTyX very easily if you not pay attention to what you do...

One HiLevel one

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cards
This commands takes care of everything and try to make sure you not  break your distro by removing runtime dependencies (for example).

They is a good help about the command:

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cards help

BR,
Thierry
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Tips and Tricks / Re: NuTyX equivalent of 'apt-file search <a file>'
« Last post by Thierry on Tue Aug 02 09:45:24 2022 »
Hmmm,

I'm a bit lost now. All I can say:

To find a package just go to:

https://www.nutyx.org/en/packages

You can query for any package in 32/64/All bits and in Rolling/Testing/All releases.

By clicking on the respective link, you can find:

- The Arch of the package links to the git <arch> project
- The Branch of the package links to the branch of the git project
- The Collection of the package links to the collection of the branch of the <arch> git project
- The Name of the package links to the name of the package from the ollection of the branch of the <arch> git project
- The Version of the package links to the history of the package
- The Description of the package links to the upstream URL
- The Update of the package links to the final depot directory and shows the UTC building time of the package and sub-packages.

All those features are possible because the nutyx.org website is powered by cards itself.

Still something missing?

BR,
Thierry
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General / Re: How to remove pulseaudio and how to mount partitions with gui
« Last post by aus9 on Tue Aug 02 00:13:37 2022 »
Dj

Look at your installed packages please. The main packages that pull in pulseaudio are web browsers and media players and its gui control panel called pavucontrol.
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Cards: The Package Manager / Re: weird result for command "cards list <string>
« Last post by aus9 on Tue Aug 02 00:04:57 2022 »
this post has no relevance so culled
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