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by kurotsugi
22 Feb 2017 07:32
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Breakages and News tracking Debian Testing
Replies: 962
Views: 72944

Re: Breakages and News tracking Debian Testing

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the RC bugs decreased from ~600 to ~200 in February. stretch is really close :3
by kurotsugi
21 Feb 2017 02:54
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: No AMD drivers in Testing
Replies: 16
Views: 262

Re: No AMD drivers in Testing

ilu only want to know what ddm offer for your cards. I think you only need to run ddm and see what appeared in the menu.
by kurotsugi
21 Feb 2017 01:35
Forum: Bug control
Topic: Cannot launch fresh installed SolydK due to kernel panic
Replies: 9
Views: 164

Re: Cannot launch fresh installed SolydK due to kernel panic

the kernel got loaded so it's not a grub issue. the problem lies somewhere between:
1. the kernel or the system configuration
2. the installer
3. the harddisk
the interesting stuff is that the system broke very early. sounds like it couldn't read the root partition.
by kurotsugi
21 Feb 2017 01:27
Forum: Open Chat / General Discussion
Topic: Any ETA on SolydXK 9 - advice on new install
Replies: 9
Views: 138

Re: Any ETA on SolydXK 9 - advice on new install

I am lost. The next SolydXK stable, based on Debian Stretch, is now called SolydXK-EE? Am I right? If so, I would consider it stable a long time already. I used it last year for quite some time and didn't have major problems, almost no problems at all. I know someone will eventually come and ask it...
by kurotsugi
20 Feb 2017 00:26
Forum: Open Chat / General Discussion
Topic: Any ETA on SolydXK 9 - advice on new install
Replies: 9
Views: 138

Re: Any ETA on SolydXK 9 - advice on new install

I'd suggest to install a debian testing then change the repo list and solydxk-ing it. testing is on freeze period so it's quite stable for daily use. with a proper repo setting when new debian got released, your system will automagically converted into solydxk-9
by kurotsugi
20 Feb 2017 00:22
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: No AMD drivers in Testing
Replies: 16
Views: 262

Re: No AMD drivers in Testing

no worries. 3D acceleration on older card is quite good with the open source better. in some cases it even better than the propietary driver. though, the performance level won't be as good as newer cards due to generation and technology gap :3
by kurotsugi
20 Feb 2017 00:16
Forum: Software
Topic: [pulseaudio-equalizer] not in the repos ?
Replies: 9
Views: 274

Re: [pulseaudio-equalizer] not in the repos ?

ladspa plugins are meant to be used without jack , there are NOT jack-plugin neither jack compatible plugins, is that right ? Or would it be possible to make the following route ladspa-plugin (for example ) --> other jack pluging (for exple an EQ) --> system playback (in order to combine effect) N....
by kurotsugi
16 Feb 2017 00:30
Forum: Software
Topic: [pulseaudio-equalizer] not in the repos ?
Replies: 9
Views: 274

Re: [pulseaudio-equalizer] not in the repos ?

pulse was made to make stuff easier. no script or file editing required. that means you can use alsa+jack without pulse. though, it's not an easy feat to do that. pulse can (and probably should) removed if you need lossless low latency system and/or need a professional grade audio setup. keep on min...
by kurotsugi
16 Feb 2017 00:18
Forum: KDE specific (SolydK)
Topic: Only boots up with Sysvinit
Replies: 22
Views: 307

Re: Only boots up with Sysvinit

journalctl give you rubbish. you'll need to filter it to get useful information. "sudo dmesg -l warn" or "sudo dmesg -l err" is lot easier to read but it only provide kernel related information. I have tendency to use systemctl to show systemd related logs. "systemctl status...
by kurotsugi
16 Feb 2017 00:13
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Installing EE and transforming it to stable when it is released
Replies: 6
Views: 116

Re: Installing EE and transforming it to stable when it is released

it depends on your repo configuration. your repo structure will looks like this deb http://blabla.com stretch main contrib non-free we can break it one by one. 1. deb means that it's a repo for packages. deb-src is for source code 2. http://blabla.com is the repo address 3. stretch is the debian bra...
by kurotsugi
14 Feb 2017 07:12
Forum: KDE specific (SolydK)
Topic: Only boots up with Sysvinit
Replies: 22
Views: 307

Re: Only boots up with Sysvinit

personally I'd give up. debugging systemd is really pain in the a**. the complexity is too big for me. I'm assuming that you're running the stable version. if that true, I'd suggest to use sysvinit until new solydxk got released so that you can reinstall your system. meanwhile, you can use this on b...
by kurotsugi
14 Feb 2017 06:57
Forum: Software
Topic: [pulseaudio-equalizer] not in the repos ?
Replies: 9
Views: 274

Re: [pulseaudio-equalizer] not in the repos ?

yes. I'm using something similar with this method The new way The basic idea is that killing PulseAudio is a bad idea because it may crash any apps using PulseAudio and disrupt any audio playing. The flow of how this setup works: PulseAudio releases the sound card JACK grabs sound card and starts up...
by kurotsugi
13 Feb 2017 02:11
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: [Solved] Problem with boot by pen drive
Replies: 14
Views: 239

Re: Problem with boot by pen drive

linux can't read ntfs as default. it require 3rd party plugin called ntfs-3g which normally only loaded on userspace...well, let's save the boring technical explanation.

in short, don't use ntfs on pendrive if you want to make it bootable :lol"
by kurotsugi
13 Feb 2017 00:48
Forum: Software
Topic: [pulseaudio-equalizer] not in the repos ?
Replies: 9
Views: 274

Re: [pulseaudio-equalizer] not in the repos ?

unfortunately, no. there was alsa equalizer but that require more works than using ladspa inside pulseaudio. pulseaudio works with jack but you need to make sure you've loaded pulse's jack module. after that you can simply change the audio route of your apps to jack plugin. keep on mind that only on...
by kurotsugi
09 Feb 2017 01:40
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: One step further
Replies: 11
Views: 186

Re: One step further

AFAIK mint is using new mint y theme which has dark accent on it (the theme isn't dark but you can trace some dark element on it). I don't know about manjaro but IIRC it wasn't a dark theme. that was long time ago so they might have changed it. the trend seems have moved from dark theme to flat and ...
by kurotsugi
07 Feb 2017 15:30
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: One step further
Replies: 11
Views: 186

Re: One step further

IIRC the current theme on plasma didn't work well. the team would be gladly accept any suggestion for a new plasma theme. though, keep on mind that the team also want to achieve similar looks between K and X. it was the main reason why did they choose the current theme. if you could suggest a theme ...
by kurotsugi
06 Feb 2017 05:58
Forum: Software
Topic: [pulseaudio-equalizer] not in the repos ?
Replies: 9
Views: 274

Re: [pulseaudio-equalizer] not in the repos ?

pa-equalizer have been deprecated long time ago for an alternative you can use ladspa modules on pulseaudio. the good news is that ladspa provide richer effect than just an equalizer. you can add stereo enhancer, equalizer, reverb, and lot more. I've read a tutorial about it here https://forums.soly...
by kurotsugi
06 Feb 2017 05:47
Forum: Xfce specific (SolydX)
Topic: 4.9.0.0 boot error
Replies: 3
Views: 122

Re: 4.9.0.0 boot error

at a glance it seems that you're using the propietary driver and that the new kernel module haven't properly build yet. you can try manually rebuild the kernel modules for 4.9.
by kurotsugi
03 Feb 2017 01:38
Forum: Newbie Questions
Topic: Memory Usage (Question answered)
Replies: 2
Views: 100

Re: Memory Usage

IIRC, yes. solydxk automatically move some directories into tmpfs to enhance SSD life. the content could be disabled (or tweaked) by modifying the fstab content. though, I don't know if the memory usage rose that high.
by kurotsugi
02 Feb 2017 13:20
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Community ISO maintenance and build issues
Replies: 187
Views: 7208

Re: Community ISO maintenance and build issues

stable user can't seamlessly move between stable release. AFAIK they need to do lot of stuff before (and after) upgrading their system. the update process can't be done with 'apt-get update' (the correct one is 'apt-get dist-upgrade'). IMO the upgrade process should not be done automatically just li...

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