I can't reproduce this. I just installed apt-listchanges in Byzantium
Thu, Jul 9
This bug was indeed fixed by me earlier this week :-)
@adaian What happens when you turn on the computer? What do you see? Can you write down any messages that the screen shows? The term 'brick' doesn't describe very much unfortunately. Do you have a USB device you can burn a live ISO to and boot from?
I have a Purism Librem 13 bricked version 3 laptop, I need you to help me with the initial bin file
I'm getting a "page not found" for the depcheck byzantium issue.
Mon, Jul 6
Sun, Jul 5
This appears to be fixed as I was able to re-install it tonight
Fri, Jul 3
I'm not sure what this means but I think it is related:
I tried switching to repo.puri.sm, apt update, and install apt-listchanges. I still get the same dependency error.
Wed, Jul 1
It looks like you're using the Sonic mirror.
Tue, Jun 30
We no longer are going to maintain Purebrowser given upstream lack of support.
Sun, Jun 28
Very strange. Are we using different repositories?
Wed, Jun 24
The issue is resolved on my side too. The version of libhandy is now correct.
Tue, Jun 23
Is this on reboot?
I can't reproduce;
I can't reproduce;
$ sudo apt install gnome-contacts
Which device is this @francois?
@jeremiah.foster If it is ok for you I would like to take a shot at this task as a weekend learning experience.
Fri, Jun 19
Found this issue because I had the same idea, it is a really cool app :D
Thu, Jun 18
I think this might also be the cause of this problem: https://tracker.pureos.net/T915
I just found out that the python3-apt package in Byzantium is not up to date and is at version 1.8.4, which is the same version as Debian stable, which is not compatible with python 3.8 : https://packages.debian.org/buster/python3-apt
@jeremiah.foster I get the same output from the same command.
Wed, Jun 17
My python version is;
0.0.11-1pureos1 can be removed from buzantium and we can switch to the Debian version. There's no downstream changes in there, it was just a rebuilt since the package wasn't in Debian at that time.
@jeremiah.foster I am still getting the same error after updating and upgrading.
Tue, Jun 16
Looks like a dup for T907
Considering that we phased out Purebrowser in Favor of Epiphany and Firefox-ESR and that the bug was closed in Debian.
After trying to install gnome-software again, I now get the following error :
Mon, Jun 15
Thanks for the update @alexngould
Sun, Jun 14
Switched my sources.list back to the mirrors.sonic.net repositories today, and now it seems to work without any errors.
Nitrokey app folked merged support for the Librem Key upstream yesterday: https://github.com/Nitrokey/libnitrokey/pull/163
Fri, Jun 12
@mak Considering that Purebrowser has been phased out in favor of Epiphany/Firefox-ESR can this ticket be closed?
Jun 11 2020
Jun 10 2020
Jun 4 2020
I'm not sure - it looks like they do have a signed release file here: https://mirrors.sonic.net/pureos/repo/pureos/dists/byzantium/
That works. It must be a problem with mirrors.sonic.net.
You can try the main repos;
Thank you @mak ! I will retry in a few days then. Do you know how many days?
What do you mean with "breaks"? Does it crash? Is it not installable? In the former case, a backzrace or at least console output would be nice.
Jun 3 2020
This should be fixed now, but the update will need a few days to migrate out of landing.
Exciting - we should test this in Byzantium and hopefully we can close this bug.
Debian bug report: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=928893 indicates that this has been fixed.
@jeremiah.foster Perhaps this might help:
Jun 2 2020
Jun 1 2020
I am sorry that did not help.
Thank you @Wayne, but I don't find a solution there or something that could help me.
May 31 2020
You may want to check and track this post. It may be related to your issue.
May 30 2020
May 29 2020
they're already on it!
If you follow the upstream discussion you can see that they're already on it! :-)
ok, so we should contact the Litrokey app devs? To see if they merge that request?
Debian maintainer states "I'm concerned that the addition of vendor_id might cause an ABI break. There are multiple packages that use libnitrokey in Debian (not just nitrokey-app) and so we can't silently change the ABI."
May 28 2020
May 27 2020
May 24 2020
Please note that this issue is about whether or not a package in PureOS is violating policies defined by Debian and/or FSF.
I wanted to add to this issue that Geogebra is no longer updated in Debian due to the license, cf. https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=692728. The problem is not only the documentation is licensed for non-commercial, but also the language files. As a result, it seems impossible to me to have a package with the free parts only, because such a version would not include any strings and hence be unusable?
May 23 2020
I tried octave in Byzantium and the bug is not present (at least the proposed example above works).
May 22 2020
Looks like this is the diff;
May 21 2020
Matthias is looking upstream to see if the fix has been already made in effort to de-duplicate work.
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