The correct link is https://mirror.linux.pizza/pureos/
I dont mirror images (yet).
The .onion address:
Tue, Dec 10
Mon, Dec 9
that wold be so super cool since it would prevent dragging around deboostrap scripts by hand.
Sun, Dec 8
Fri, Dec 6
Fixed this way;
Wed, Dec 4
This issue is maintained after some upgrades in the default user.
Tue, Dec 3
Removing libmutter may not be an option;
Mon, Dec 2
Actually, I managed to upgrade the OS by upgrading the packages one by one. None of them triggered that error.
I do not have a solution to installing libmutter, but I was able to upgrade everything else after removing mutter as a package.
Sat, Nov 30
Thank you for the explanation. Anyways, I recognize again I confused the default behavior of suggested packages with recommended packages.
There are many, many, MANY ways you can break your system, by changing how its configuration to behave differently from what it did when initially installed.
Fri, Nov 29
It started of whatever I thought it was an issue and finished as a question or request about the possibility to let people choose if "install recommends" should be enabled or disabled by default.
Thanks Wayne. Closing this one.
This looks like a duplicate of tracker item. You might wish to check there, but there has been no resolution that I have seen. I too uninstalled it.
This may not be your issue, but there are problems with add-ons for Thunderbird 68. (I am not sure from which version your are updating for example.) From the release notes, one unresolved issue is:
Thu, Nov 28
Yes, unrar-free recommends unar.
Tue, Nov 26
I am using the following script to report battery level to a log:
I am running without gnome (dwm/x11) and have UPower.conf as attached. I have had my librem 15v3 simply poweroff many times between 25-50% batter as reported by /sys/class/power_supply/BAT/capacity.
Mon, Nov 25
The Yubikey has a USB Keyboard driver included on the key. This may affect the way it appears in different operating systems.
Sun, Nov 24
can't reproduce, cancelling ticket
My Yubikey has worked on:
- Windows 10 laptop
- Ubuntu 18.04 on System76 PC
- Ubuntu 18.04 on Chromebook
Thanks for reporting this issue.
I have a Librem 15v4 (running Xorg and Debian 10) and, like @jeremiah.foster, a 3440x1440 monitor. None of the mentioned modelines have worked for me. Only the autodetected 1920x1080 outputs anything at all on the screen.
Okay, I confirm that apt is configured to install recommended packages by default.
Well it is that or apt by default is configured to install recommended software.
Sat, Nov 23
@mladen , it did actually work with 3840 2160 26. I don't know what I had missed earlier. I now have 4K on my external monitor, Join Displays or Mirror, both work. Thanks!!!
I tried identifier HDMI1, but it doesn't work, the resolution disappears from the list, and xrandr throws this:
@t1b0 You have two errors:
I tried the other half of kyle's suggestion about /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-monitor.conf , then I rebooted, and I logged in with GNOME on Xorg, but it still doesn't display to the external monitor. I tried both the xrandr command and the Display Settings UI:
Fri, Nov 22
HDMI output limited to 1080p
Thu, Nov 21
@mak Please block pipx from entering PureOS.
Wed, Nov 20
The package telegram-desktop is Free software, and its ties to commercial rtworked services does not affect PureOS compliance as a GNU Free Software Distribution.
I see no reason for blocking MAME from PureOS.
Sun, Nov 17
I am just about to package 1.2.13 in Debian, which got a fix for
Sat, Nov 16
Fri, Nov 15
Oh neat, but we need 1.2.12 (the latest when I checked), it fixes issues for the phone. :)
Thu, Nov 14
Should be there: https://software.pureos.net/sw/org.gnome.Lollypop :-)
Nov 11 2019
Nov 10 2019
Nov 9 2019
After I installed PureOS 9 for the 4th time, but this time without encrypted HOME partition, there were no problems after the update of packages and I didn't receive any warnings of wrong keyboard layout so far. So, the it seems that the problem appears when encryption during partitioning comes in place.
These are the last messages, after I do "apt full-upgrade"...
No, unfortunately not! I just installed the latest ISO with PureOS 9 from a USB flash drive, and it even gets worse! I mean, as long as the installation process is done, and after the reboot, 5 minutes later I get the notification there are system updates available. Whether I do these updates or I follow the instructions above and do it from the terminal with "sudo apt full-upgrade", after the next reboot I get the same error from the photos I've posted here earlier.
I guess the problem is connected to these 2 facts:
- During the setup I set up my home partition to be encrypted (LUKS) with a password.
- There may be really a problem with my keyboard layout, but I have no damn idea why, because: I'm using Librem15v3 - so you know what type of keyboard there is and I don't change the default settings during the installation process: the system language is English "unspecified" and the keyboard layout is US. After installation, when I do the system account setting, I choose again the default US layout and US English as environment locals (although as Bulgarian, living in Bulgaria I should later install my BG environment).
But that's the situation right now, and I can reproduce is to you. In the last 2 hours, it happens already 3 times in a row... :(
Nov 8 2019
This is the content of a Matrix chat I had with the Felix Häcker in this room https://riot.im/app/#/room/#shortwave:matrix.org