Plan is to package as flatpak.
Dec 10 2020
Dec 7 2020
Why? We want the users to stay secure by default, and disabling automatic upgrades is the opposite of that. So I think disabling updates is a huge disservice and definitely not beginner-friendly. Users who want to disable autoupdates can always do that via the respective GUI (software-properties-gtk).
@mak ping! This is the issue ticket about unattended upgrades
Dec 6 2020
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Nov 30 2020
Ah, okay. That is a good catch, I've never seen that behavior before. I'll have to investigate and it may be a bug in GNOME-SOFTWARE, or, as you point out, it may be in the packaging.
I can install freecad via the command line. apt-get install freecad gives a functional installation. Clicking install button in gnome-software results in only freecad-common package being installed, which is not enough to run freecad.
Thanks for filing the bug. I'm not sure of the issue - can you install freecad via the command line?
Removing the contents of /var/lib/apt/lists removes out of date files. Re-running apt update brings in new Release file and one can download all packages again.
I can reproduce on the L13;
Cannot reproduce on my mini running byzantium.
Nov 28 2020
Nov 27 2020
@joao.azevedo I'll have to update and/or repackage youtube-dl ASAP.
@jeremiah.foster youtube-dl_2020.09.14 is no longer functional with YouTube.
Nov 26 2020
yes, that is fixed in the recent upload and a tagged version is uploaded to amber-phone-staging.
I think @adrien.plazas pushed a workaround for this recently: https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/pureos-store/-/merge_requests/14
it looks like a metadata repo issue, we should update the repos. @theodotos.andreou
Nov 25 2020
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Nov 18 2020
@adrien.plazas can you close this? I have no perms for it :D
this can be closed, whatip 0.2 is now in the repos
Nov 12 2020
Assign this to me :D
Nov 10 2020
The packaged version here https://source.puri.sm/librem5-apps/tootle is terribly old and not compatible with the Librem 5, we need the master version, or at the *very* least the 1.0-alpha2 version release 12 days ago.
Mmmh, I see it's available here https://source.puri.sm/librem5-apps/whatip so I suppose it's in progress? I'm not sure how all of this works. :)
Nov 8 2020
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Nov 4 2020
iirc there was an issue with Avahi.
Is anything blocking that? That would be great to have it.
Is anything blocking that? That would be great to have it especially as they are working on supporting encryption.
Nov 3 2020
since i don't have permissions to edit the content. If a package is blocked at https://master.pureos.net/migrations/
then it has Not touching package due to block request by laniakea in the list of excuses.
That depends on how the suite is set up and where it gets its overrides from - the phone suites do not share overrides with the main amber suite, so everything goes through NEW once (but that also means the changing overrides for the phone suite is easier and there is less room for error and it impacting one of the main suites).
should that read 'If a package (source or binary) is new to a suite of the PureOS archive' since we need to new-process packages NEW in amber-phone that are in byzantium or is that a speciality of amber-phone?
Nov 2 2020
Excellent - we'll get to work on that. :-)
I asked Felix if we can package Shortwave now, he said "sure, there’s a stable release which you can use / package".
Any idea if the situation improved? :)
Erf sorry I duplicated https://tracker.pureos.net/T848…
Oct 30 2020
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Oct 25 2020
I believe it's already fixed in amber-phone (we ship gnome-bluetooth 3.34).
We already have GNOME Chess 3.34 in amber-phone.