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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby Arjen Balfoort » 13 Nov 2014 07:14

It's either that or install mintInstall.
Currently there are no differences. So, there is no reason to maintain a SolydXK specific version.
I am slowly changing all our software to a more generic solution. This way other distributions can more easily adapt that to their needs. I have done this also for mintInstall. I only want to leave configuration packages for SolydXK because they are very specific. I also hope to attract developers this way because doing this alone is not the ideal situation (for SolydXK and me personally).

softwaremanager and solydxk-softwaremanager have identical code, only the branding has changed and the installation directories. You would have had the some problem if solydxk-softwaremanager was installed and it probably would have been resolved if you reinstalled softwaremanager instead of solydxk-softwaremanager.

In this case it's just a bug: softwaremanager is a python2.7 application, not python3. I will look at that when the time comes.


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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby zerozero » 13 Nov 2014 17:04

update-jessie.txt
(503.91 KiB) Downloaded 194 times
see for yourself.
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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby Arjen Balfoort » 17 Nov 2014 13:30

New ISOS were uploaded to dev:
  • live-installer updated with several translations.
  • softwaremanager was replaced by the old solydxk-softwaremanager.
If everybody agrees, these are the version ready for production.


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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby zerozero » 17 Nov 2014 13:45

it looks fine to me.
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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby balloon » 17 Nov 2014 14:31

I confirmed installer of new iso at once.
I want to revise some sentences, but may I carry it out?
But this is not a big problem. It may be released as the present.

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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby Arjen Balfoort » 17 Nov 2014 14:37

balloon wrote:I confirmed installer of new iso at once.
I want to revise some sentences, but may I carry it out?
But this is not a big problem. It may be released as the present.
You can upload the the changes to GitHub. They will, however, not be included in these ISOs (it takes a lot of time to build and upload them).


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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby balloon » 17 Nov 2014 14:45

Schoelje wrote: You can upload the the changes to GitHub. They will, however, not be included in these ISOs (it takes a lot of time to build and upload them).
OK, I take time for the next release slowly and carefully and make modifications.

There is no point to be worried about remarkably elsewhere.

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Re: ISO testing 201410

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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby fleabus » 17 Nov 2014 15:13

SolydK64-201411, perfect install! Smooth sailing, Thank you Schoelje, really like the new installer!

So incredibly boring! :lol:

I know it's been tough, to understate the issue you've been busting butt for a long time trying to smooth things out.

Ya done good.

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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby Arjen Balfoort » 17 Nov 2014 15:26

MAYBL8 wrote:Was this fixed in the isos:
http://forums.solydxk.com/viewtopic.php ... nky#p46791
I haven't had time to look at conky.


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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby Snap » 17 Nov 2014 16:05

Downloading.
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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby Snap » 17 Nov 2014 16:57

Total smoothness in English (SolydK32). Gonna try a second install in Spanish. 64 bit will follow.
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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby Snap » 17 Nov 2014 17:33

The same for the second install.

BTW. I'm happy with the installer translation, but not too much with the system translation. It's not very es_ES. It's more es_somewhere-in-south-america. But I guess this doesn't depend on SolydXK and more in KDE and LibreOffice, isn't it?
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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby Snap » 17 Nov 2014 17:53

SolydK64 smooth as a baby's butt. Great job, Schoelje.
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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby Arjen Balfoort » 17 Nov 2014 17:59

Snap wrote:The same for the second install.

BTW. I'm happy with the installer translation, but not too much with the system translation. It's not very es_ES. It's more es_somewhere-in-south-america. But I guess this doesn't depend on SolydXK and more in KDE and LibreOffice, isn't it?
I have no influence over any translation packages except for our own software.


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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby just » 18 Nov 2014 08:39

the live-installer in the 201411 development ISOs continues to install without a problem 2+ SolydXK-64bit occurences in different partitions on the same computer. a mission impossible for me with 201407 installer.

plymouth-on-nvidia works flawlessly as well, in both live session and installed system.

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Re: ISO testing 201410

Postby Arjen Balfoort » 18 Nov 2014 10:31

The ISOs are now in production: http://forums.solydxk.nl/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=5053

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