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Your examples / Re: My experience and my review
« Last post by Thierry on Today at 14:55:28 »
My first experience with nutyx has been very positive.
I'm very pleased for that and thanks a lot for your review
Question1:  I noticed that musl is available in the repository, are there any plans to built a whole musl version of NuTyX?
As CARDS is a C++ package manager, I don' think it will be possible. musl was added to be able to compile busybox statically. Means it's actually possible to have a minimalistic initrd without any so lib in it. Quiet impressive for me

Question2:  I have yet to find where downloaded packages are stored.  I tried cards to see if it will spit it out, but no.  I was expecting to see something like /var/cache/cards but it is not there either.
If you make a:
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cards configyou get the answer  ;) ;) ;)
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LANGUAGE=C cards config
1 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/nos from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/nos
2 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/lxqt-extra from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/lxqt-extra
3 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/lxqt from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/lxqt
4 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/lxde-extra from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/lxde-extra
5 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/lxde from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/lxde
6 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/gnome-extra from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/gnome-extra
7 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/gnome from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/gnome
8 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/mate-extra from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/mate-extra
9 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/mate from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/mate
10 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/kde5-extra from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/kde5-extra
11 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/kde5 from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/kde5
12 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/xfce4-extra from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/xfce4-extra
13 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/xfce4 from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/xfce4
14 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/gui-extra from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/gui-extra
15 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/gui from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/gui
16 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/cli-extra from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/cli-extra
17 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/cli from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/cli
18 Directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/base from http://rsync.nutyx.org/x86_64/rolling/base
Base System list directory: /var/lib/pkg/depot/base
Binaries : x86_64
Locale   : fr

In /var/lib/pkg/depot if you keep the defaults settings which is of course not a must. If you would like to switch to a source distro, you would probably use the defaults location for the ports in /usr/ports

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From ISO / Re: mkswap in nutyx-setup changes uuid of all swaps
« Last post by Thierry on Today at 14:43:18 »
This is not an issue because I can't see what's the benefit of it
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LXQt - LXDE / Openbox LXDE here
« Last post by fungalnet on Today at 08:25:28 »
The only thing I have not gotten to work is the weather plugin in lxpanel
When trying to set location it crashes the panel.  No error on terminal.
I am also trying to find how to load the adwaita dark theme, which I thought was part of a group of GTK-themes.

Conky:  Is it too old to run newer conky scripts like the ones found on conky-manager elsewhere?

Cheers
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Your examples / My experience and my review
« Last post by fungalnet on Today at 08:17:59 »
My first experience with nutyx has been very positive.  Even though there is plenty of documentation on how to do an installation I like struggling to figure it out with no reading :)   Eventually I did go and read some to figure out what I did wrong.  It was actually fun doing this, for a change.  I usually start cursing with things that don't work, but this was different.
Anyway, I eventually got a minimal openbox running with consolekit2, no slim or lxdm, and I was under the wrong impression that xdm was at least necessary, but it seems it is not.
The weather plugin for lxpanel when trying to set location kills the panel.  I didn't get any errors running lxpanel on a terminal, and in all years using it I've never seen it act like this before.  No major issue, just worth reporting.

I wrote a review article based on my experience, and I am glad I had the opportunity to be introduced to Nutyx.
http://sysdfree.wordpress.com/241

It has also been the first encounter with LFS which I have been meaning to try.

Good job people!

Question1:  I noticed that musl is available in the repository, are there any plans to built a whole musl version of Nutyx?
Question2:  I have yet to find where downloaded packages are stored.  I tried cards to see if it will spit it out, but no.  I was expecting to see something like /var/cache/cards but it is not there either.
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Your examples / Re: Tip: Flash drive of 9.1, not able to boot initially
« Last post by Dwanmealy on Thu Sep 27 02:27:49 2018 »
I want to get information about this very much. Please help me
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From ISO / Re: mkswap in nutyx-setup changes uuid of all swaps
« Last post by Dwanmealy on Thu Sep 27 02:27:34 2018 »
The feeling of me now is very glad to be with everyone here.
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News / bugs.nutyx.org is now active
« Last post by Thierry on Wed Sep 26 11:12:24 2018 »
Bug tracking is now available at https://bugs.nutyx.org.

There are (for now) 3 projects:

- NuTyX
- Cards
- New recipes to propose

Yours truly

Thierry
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General discussions / youtube-dl
« Last post by basketdou on Fri Sep 21 16:56:44 2018 »
Hello.
Could you update youtube-dl? The current version is 2018.09.26.

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# Depends on: python2 python2-setuptools ffmpeg

description="A small command-line program to download videos from YouTube."
url="http://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/"
packager="fanch at nutyx dot org, tnut at nutyx dot org"

name=youtube-dl
version=2018.09.26
release=1
host="yt-dl.org"
run=(python2 python2-setuptools)

source=(http://$host/downloads/$version/$name-$version.tar.gz)

build() {
  cd $name
  sed -i 's|etc/bash_completion.d|share/bash-completion/completions|' setup.py
  sed -i 's|etc/fish/completions|share/fish/completions|' setup.py

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A user / rule permitting the user to be installed without privileges
« Last post by cdrw on Tue Sep 04 18:09:18 2018 »
Hello!

Tired of installing or unmounting disks, enter the user's password.
Found on the Internet the rule allowing the mounting to the user without privileges.

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cat /etc/polkit-1/rules.d/20-plugdev-group-mount-override.rules
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/* http://udisks.freedesktop.org/docs/latest/udisks-polkit-actions.html */
/*20-plugdev-group-mount-override.rules*/

polkit.addRule(function(action, subject) {
  if (action.id.match("org.freedesktop.udisks2.") && subject.isInGroup("wheel")) {
    return polkit.Result.YES;
  }
});

Now the connection of disks and usbkeys does not require a password.

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Dear contributors,

I am happy to announce that we are ready to release preliminary results of the "Developer Perception to Microsoft's acquisition of GitHub" survey. These results can be accessed at "https://naist-se.github.io/study-of-microsofts-github-acquisition/". Again thank you for your participation and please feel free to share or discuss these results.

Natnaree
NAIST, Japan
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